A Seaside Affair- Chapter1: My Bad


My newest story! Yay! As usual my goal is to strive for something different; something that has yet to be seen in fanfiction. So here it is: A Seaside Affair!


"Are you alright!" The brunette girl said as she leaned over the blonde guy who had been tackled to the ground. He looked up at her and she seemed to glow from the sun around her.

"An angel…" He whispered.

She giggled, "You must have hit you head harder than I thought." Out of no where his face was slobbered on from the side. She extended her hand and he grabbed it. She helped him to his feet, "Sorry about that."

"What happened?" He asked as he rubbed the back of his head and wiped off the side of his face.

"I was walking my dog and he pulled his leash out of my grip. He ran straight for you and tackled you to the ground. He must like you," She said as she bent down on one knee and scratched the gray dog behind the ear.

Tidus patted him on the head, "And what's your name?"

"His name's Kimahri."

"Kimahri, huh? Well that's an interesting name. My name's Tidus. Can you introduce me to your owner?"

The girl smiled, "My name's Yuna. Nice to meet you." She said as she stood up and shook hands with her new acquaintance.

"So are you staying at this hotel?" Tidus asked.

"Yeah, it's my first night. I'm here for the next week or two. You?"

"Yup. But I'm not sure how long I'm here for."

"Then I should be seeing you around here."

"Hopefully. Hey, did you want to go out for dinner later or something…"

"Well, I'm kind of busy." Yuna looked down at her watch, "Is it five at night already? I have to go! It was nice meeting you. Sorry again about my dog."

"No problem!" Tidus yelled as Yuna ran off down the path.

Yuna sprinted all the way back to her room and unlocked the door. She dropped her key down on the table and ran for the phone. She dialed the number and got nothing but the answering machine. She sighed, "Oh well, I guess I'll just have to try back later, wont I, Kimahri?" She patted his head and decided to unpack.

"Our first night here and you can't even behave for a walk. At least we met a new friend," Yuna smiled and placed a shirt on a hanger.

She walked out onto her balcony over looking the ocean. The sun was just about to set over the horizon, turning the sky into a wonderful hue of orange and pinks. She took in a deep breath as the wind blew through her hair, "I love the ocean. The smell, the beauty, the salty taste it emits into the air. Why couldn't I live here?"

Kimahri barked and continued to pant, "You're right Kimahri, soon this will all just become one big dream within my memories."

Yuna turned around as she heard a knock at the door, "Who is it?"

"Room Service!"

"But I didn't order any room service…" She headed to the door and opened it to reveal no one there, "Huh."

She looked down and saw a small tray of covered foods with a receipt on top, "Room 426…I get it! I'm room 425, the room service person must have mixed up the room numbers." Yuna picked up the foods and headed over to the next room over.

She knocked on the door, "Coming!" The voice on the other side of the door said.

The door opened, "Sorry to disturb you but…"

"Hey! You're that girl from this morning!" Yuna looked up and found that she was looking directly into the eyes of the guy she had met only an hour or two before. Her gaze followed downward to the floor and suddenly stopped when she noticed he was in nothing but his boxers.

Her face turned bright red, "I'm so sorry! This must be a bad time!" She put her hand over her eyes and quickly set the food on the ground. She turned around to head back to her room.

"Wait!" He shouted as he grabbed a robe from his bed and tied the strings around his waist, "This isn't a bad time at all." Yuna stopped and turned around still covering her eyes.

"I'm so, so sorry!"

"No, it's fine," Tidus touched the hands over Yuna's eyes and made her slowly uncover them, "See?" He smiled at her. Yuna's face turned a darker shade of red.

Yuna started to talk extremely fast, "I just came to deliver your food. They accidentally left it at my door in the room right next to yours and…"

"Look, it's fine, really. Just relax a little." Tidus said. Yuna took in a deep breath.

"How about this: I ordered too much food anyway, would you like to join me?" Tidus asked.

"Well…I…ummm…really shouldn't." Yuna said nervously.

"I'm serious, I'd love the company."

"No, I mean, I really shouldn't."

"And why is that?" Tidus asked as he folded his arms and raised an eyebrow.

Yuna lifted her hand to reveal a diamond on her ring finger, "I'm, a… engaged…" She said quietly.

Tidus's eyes widened and both his eyebrows lifted, "Oh…"

"Yeah, sorry about that." Yuna said as she quickly retracted her hand behind her back.

"I'm sure there's nothing against being friends, right? You can still come in and have a meal with a new acquaintance. I'm sure your fiancé wouldn't mind." Tidus said with a grin.

"Maybe another time." Yuna said nervously.

"Great! Meet me on the Terrace Grill tomorrow at noon!" Tidus said with a big, white smile, "I'll see you then, Yuna!" Tidus walked into his room and closed the door. Yuna couldn't do anything but move her mouth, with no sounds to accompany it. She returned to her room.

"What have I done?" Yuna asked as she sat down on her bed. Kimahri jumped on the bed and licked her on the face, "But you like him, don't you boy? So he can't be all that bad."

Yuna sat up and grabbed her sketch pad, "The whole reason of coming here was to enjoy my last few moments of peace and quiet. The wedding is in less than a month." Yuna proceeded to the balcony and took a seat in the chair and started to draw.

She heard the phone ring from the other room and rushed back inside, "That must be him now…"


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