Hey, this is Rin! And this story is kind of co-written by Hari as well. Hari, i'll explain later cuz i think you'll get confused if i dun tell u...so anyway, i hope you enjoy this. But anyway, here's the full summar:

Beast Boy needs help to confess to Raven that he loves her. But how? Convincing Cyborg and Robin to help, they book a trip to Hawaii for all the Titans. Then it just so happens that Raven holds no interest in going and Beast Boy got sick. The Titans are to be gone fortwo weeks, and what will happen between these two Titans? And will Beast Boy finally find courage to tell Raven he loves her? BbxRae and slight StarxRob and maybe JUST MAYBE! CyxBee

It was early morning and the sun was just rising. He (Beast Boy) never really noticed that a sunrise could be so beautiful. Then again, he never woke up so early. The sun was a bright red-orange as it moved upward from the horizon. Beast Boy just sat there staring at the sun, it was pretty seeing the sun rising like that.

"It's so quiet," he said as he looked around the rooftop.

"That's because it's six AM in the morning." Raven was behind him; obviously, he didn't hear her come up. She took a seat right next to him and Beast Boy stared.

"What are you doing up here?" he asked.

"That's my line," she said, "and I usually come up here to meditate. So why are you up here?"

"Uh…I'm not really sure. I just woke up and couldn't sleep so I walked up here and saw this." He said. Raven didn't really seem to be listening, but she was. She stared at into the horizon and Beast Boy followed her gaze. "What are you looking at?"

"Nothing," she said. "So, are you up here to see the sunrise?"

"Well, I wasn't, but I guess I am now." Beast Boy said. Raven looked at the sun. "It's beautiful, isn't it?" he asked. Raven looked at the sunrise then at Beast Boy.

"I guess it is," she said. The wind was warm against them and as it blew, the sun went higher into the sky. The pink-yellow-orange color slowly melted into a sky blue. Apparently, Beast Boy was completely oblivious to Raven meditating next to him because he kept talking. Raven opened one eye and stared at Beast Boy. "Are you done?"

"Uh…sorry." Beast Boy said.

"It's nothing, I'm just not use to watching the sunrise and meditating at the same time…and having someone there next to me," said Raven.

"I'm not use to waking early either." Beast Boy yawned.

"Oh yea, since when were you an early waker? I thought it was only Robin and I who wakes early." Raven said.

"I told you, I couldn't sleep." Beast Boy answered. "I couldn't stop thinking."

"Thinking? Well, that's a good new start," Raven said.

"Yea it…hey!" Beast Boy frowned. "Why do I always fall for that?" he grumbled.

"I don't know." Raven got up. "I'm going down for tea."

"Sure," he said. "I'll be staying. Up here."

"Whatever," she started down the stairs.

Beast Boy stared at the sunrise, which was almost finished. He smiled. 'Maybe waking early isn't such a bad thing,' he thought before he walked down stairs.

"What do you want for breakfast?" Robin asked all the Titans. Everybody gave his or her opinions at once:

"Bacon and ham! And some gravy to go with it!"


"Small tires made of dough."

"Veggie burger."

"Bacon and hams, waffles, doughnuts, and veggie burgers." Robin said. "Got it." He took some bacon, hams, waffles, and a veggie burger out of the fridge and took a phone in his hand. He put the bacon and ham on the frying pan, the waffles into the toaster and the veggie burger into the microwave and started to dial. "Hello?" he started, "is this the Doughnut Shrine?"

Beast Boy smiled, he knew he was going to win this game, hands down. Cyborg smirked; he doesn't seem to be giving up. 'Must have some trick up his sleeve,' he thought. 'I'll just have to work harder.'

His thumb ached from pressing the buttons lucky for Cyborg he doesn't feel it. "Are you sure you just don't wanna give up, BB?" Cyborg asked. Beast Boy frowned.

"No way," Beast Boy said. "I'm not giving up any day."

"Hey, Robin, is the food done?" Raven asked.

"Just about, catch." Robin flung the bacon and ham, waffle, and veggie burger out and three plates following it. A black mist surrounded it and placed them on the table. Then the bell rang. "Just in time." he smiled. "Put the controller down, it's breakfast."

Beast Boy and Cyborg were too focused on the game to care. "Just. One. More. Minute." They said. Raven sighed.

"May I pull the plug?" Raven asked.

"Be my guest." Robin replied. Raven held up her hand and forced the plug out.

Their mouth ajar, they stared at the now blank screen. "I was so close!" they blabbered. Raven, Starfire, and Robin just stared at them.

"Are we the only ones who's sane enough to not starve themselves in front of a TV?" Raven asked.

"I'm starting to think so." Robin replied.

"Please, friends, let us all enjoy a good feast of the morning." Starfire smiled. Reluctantly, Beast Boy and Cyborg got off the couch and walked toward the table and slumped down. Robin frowned and hit them on their backs. (Although it didn't really do much to Cyborg.)

"Backs straight," he said. Sitting up straight this time, they started to eat. Raven got off the chair and started off. "Where are you going?" Robin asked.

"To get some tea," she said. She pulled out some tealeaves and boiled some hot water quickly.

"Hey, is there enough for two?" Beast Boy asked. Raven stared at him.

"Why? Since when do you drink tea?" she placed her hands on her hips and rose brow at Beast Boy. He smiled nervously.

"Just wanna try something new," he replied. "So, how 'bout it?"

"Sure," she said as she took out another cup and poured tealeaves and hot water into it. She slid one cup down to her green friend – if you can call him her friend –, took her cup and sipped it before sitting down to eat her waffles.

Beast Boy sniffed the tea. "It's not poison," said Raven. He smiled nervously again and looked down at the murky-colored liquid. It smelt weird, but he took a gulp anyway. A bittersweet flavor (mostly bitter) filled his mouth. He fought off to make a face and urged himself to keep a straight face, which, of course, made it even worse.

"Are you all right?" Starfire asked. "You do not look so well."

"Just peachy." Beast Boy replied.

"How can you be? Your green." Cyborg said flatly. Beast Boy glared.

"Not skin color," he retorted. Cyborg smiled and let out a low "oh" and faced Beast Boy with an I-know-you're-up-to-something look.

Raven took her empty plate and cup and placed it in the sink. "If you don't like it," she started, "don't force yourself to drink it." With that said, she walked out of the room.

"I know why you drank that." Cyborg mused. Beast Boy looked up. "You did that so Raven might actually be somewhat impressed that you drink tea."

"Why would she be impressed if Beast Boy drank tea?" Starfire inquired.

"Hey, Star, why don't you go and talk to Raven?" Robin suggested. Starfire shrugged.

"I can tell when I am not wanted. Do not worry," she smiled. "No offense is taken. I know when you need your talk alone." She walked to the door and let it swished behind her.

With the girls Titans gone, the remaining three sat there in the kitchen/ living room area. Robin and Cyborg turned to Beast Boy. "Spill," they ordered. Beast Boy shrugged.

"We know why you took that drink, so admit it." Robin said. "You like Raven."

"We all noticed that – well, except for maybe Raven and yourself." Cyborg said.

"Great, so now you know. And PLEASE don't tell!" Beast Boy begged.

"Tell Raven." Robin said.

"Yea!" Beast Boy replied.

"Don't tell Rae?" Cyborg repeated.

"YES!" he hollered.

"But she'll never know!"


"But she needs to know!"

"What is she rejects me?" Beast Boy finally said what he feared. What if Raven rejected him when he admitted it.

"So you admit you like her." Cyborg said.

"Yes," he grumbled.

"That's one step forward." Robin sighed. "So, what do we do?"

"Help me?" Beast Boy begged. He got on his knees and begged. "Help me."

After a night of negotiating, Beast Boy finally got them two to help him under one condition: he does all their chores for the next two weeks. 'Great, I gave myself more work.' He sighed as he climbed into bed. Turning into a dog, he curled up and tried to sleep, still thinking:

"I'm in love with Raven."

i hope you guys liked this. it's kinda crappy, but the second chappie is coming up soon! really, it is. And to people who are reading Haunted Love, if you think i'm quittin on that story, you crazy! i do not plan on stopping that story! not now, not ever! well, please review guys! oh...and there might be a bit song-fic parts in the story...just to give y'all a heads up! see ya!

- Rin-chan