Sara woke up to the sound of Nick's alarm clock. They had been dating for three months. Sara rolled over and kissed Nick on the lips. He was already awake.
"Good morning" he said.
"Good morning" she said back.
"Did you have a good sleep??" he asked kissing her neck.
"Yes." She looked over at the clock. It was five. "We have to get up."
"Yeah I know, damn night shift."
She smiled, getting up. She got into the shower. Originally, the relationship she and Nick were having was just a fling and it still kind-of was, but Sara saw it as more. She didn't know if Nick saw it the same. She got out of the shower and Nick got in. She got dressed and said good-bye to him. They hadn't told anyone at work that they were dating, and since it was supposed to be a fling, they had planned not to. So, anytime they stayed together, Sara left first.
After Sara got to work, Nick came in about thirty minutes later.
"Hey Sara" Nick said to her like nothing. She smiled and decided that that night she was going talk to Nick about where the relationship was going, if anywhere.
Nick was waiting for Sara when she walked through the door.
"Hey there gorgeous, what took you so long??" he asked her.
"Car accident on Fremont." she said.
He walked over to her and kissed her.
"Nick I want to talk about us."
"What, what am I doing wrong??"
"Nothing, I just want to talk."
"Okay" he said and they walked over to his couch and sat down. "What do you want to talk about??"
"Well, you know how this is supposed to be a fling??"
"Yeah, a really good one too." He laughed.
"Well, I want to know if this is ever going to be more than a fling." Nick hesitated.
"I don't know, I thought it was just that."
She looked over at him.
"Well Sara I didn't say that I don't want it to be serous."
"Nick I don't want to force you into anything."
"You don't have to Sara. I was thinking about the same thing."
"Yes I was."
She smiled a small smile.
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