A/N: I hate to end it, but this story has reached it's ending point. Thank you to all you reviewers out there who helped me to keep writing, I really enjoyed your support. And all you people who read my story, I hope you liked it. All in all, I'd like to say thanks to everyone. Now, on with the chapter!

General P.O.V.

Jinx stood on the roof of Titans Tower, looking out at the sea. It had been a year since she and Kid Flash had joined the Titans, a year since everything had happened. A cool breeze went by, making her grip her arms tighter. She turned slightly, seeing the door to the roof opening, and turned back. She already knew who it was, there was no use in looking. A boy with red hair walked towards her, a small smile on his face, rose in hand. When he finally reached her, he put his arms around her, holding her close.

"Morning, Wally."

"Morning Jinx. Still up for dinner tonight?" She nodded. It was there anniversary, and they were going to Rome, something she was extremely excited about.

"Can you believe all the things we've been through?" she asked, eyes a bit wide.

"Way more than any normal couple have. I've been thinking..." he trailed off, not knowing whether he wanted to finsih the sentence or not.

"Thinking about what?"

"The Flash..He was talking to me, saying he had some important Justice League buisness to do. And that means Star City will have nobody to protect it. So would you wanna take a break from the Titans and come with me?"

She bit her lip, pink eyes casted downwards.

"I..I'm not sure. Can I think about it?" He nodded, and she gave a relieved smile.

"Thanks Wally. I'll see you later." They shared a small kiss, and then she walked to the door, going down to her room in the tower.

Jinx P.O.V.

I was unsure. My boyfriend just asked be about changing my whole lifestyle, again. He has a habit of doing this, and I knew it was nothing that was going to change soon. He always made up for it in the end, though. It was like our little tradition, a never-ending cycle, like the sun rising. I bit my lip again. It was a nervous habit I had picked up, or something I just now noticed I was doing. I walked down the hallway until it got to the sleeping quarters. I found the door I was looking for, and knocked. The door slid open just enough for a single eye to peak through.


"Uh..Rae? Can you help me with something?" Nodding, she opened the door, letting me in. I had became rather close with her over the past year, the group of us heroes often went on group dates with our consecutive heroes. It was usually me and Wally, her and Beast Boy, Robin, who had talked about becoming Nightwing now that he was almost eighteen, and Starfire, and Cyborg and Bee.

"Well...Wally and I were talking-" Her eyes went wide.

"Oh gosh...He got you pregnant! Wally got you pregnant!" I swatted her on the shoulder.

"No, you dunce! He wants me to go with him to protect Star City." She gave a short nod.

"I see. Why don't you talk to him about it, instead of me?" I groaned, hitting myself in the forehead.

"Tonights our anniversary! He's been trying so hard to make it be perfect..I don't want to have anything bad hanging over our heads. Y'know?" She gave a slightly devious smile.

"Yeah. I believe I do."

We then proceeded to talk about anything under the sun, on Earth AND Azerath.

Kid Flash P.O.V.

I stood on the roof for a bit longer. Staring out on to the water, I wanted nothing more than to just start running on it, to anywhere. The urge to go to Athens was growing slowly, but I banished it. I had to stay here, I would just talk to Robin. I had a feeling he would be in the Training Room, taking out a few punching bags. You would not believe how much money we spent on those things in just a WEEK. I jogged down to the training room and stood outside the door until I heard the familiar sounds of a punching bag being...Well, punched. I knocked, then opened the door.

"Er-Robin?" He round-house kicked the bag.

"Yeah?" He stopped, grabbing a nearby towel and stopping the bag.

"I need to talk to you."

"I'm all ears, Wally." I started to blush slightly. I wasn't used to him calling me that yet, and it was a bit un-nerving.

"Well...Flash got called on special JL buisness. It has to do with the Speed Force, the-"

"The thing that all you speedsters get your power from. A crude definition, to say the least, but I've done my reading." I nodded. Sometimes, I couldn't believe the lengths he went to just to understand things about his team mates.

"Yeah. And he needs someone to protect Star City, so I asked Jinx to come with me. I don't know what to do, Robin. I want her to come...But I'm not going to pressure her."

He gave me an odd look, as if he knew something I didn't know, but expected me to know it.

"Couldn't you just run there if there was any danger?" I smacked myself in the forehead.

"Agh! How could I have been so stupid?" Robin laughed at me as I turned to go to the door.

"Hey, Kid Flash, wait a moment." I turned back around. He had a smile on his face, an eyebrow raised, as if he was questioning me.


"You didn't think you were going to get out of training THAT easily, did you?"

General P.O.V.

Rome was alive tonight. If only for tonight, it was alive. A busy restaraunt over-looking one of the rivers surrounding Rome was filled with couples. A red-head in a tuxedo sat at a table with a pink-haired girl in a little black dress. She laughed at something he said, he smiled with satisfaction.

"Hey...Wally?" He looked up from his pasta.


"I made my desicion."

"But, Jinx-"

"No, Wally. I'm going with you."

"But, Jinx! You-"

"Wally! Just listen! I know how important your duty is to you, so I'm going with you." She looked slightly irritated now.

"Jinx. Listen! I figured out, we don't have to move to Star City. We can stay at Jump City, and the Star City police can call me when they need me. Robin helped me with it." She blushed, her face gradually turning a light pink.

"Well, I feel really stupid now..."

"I tried to stop you. You kept cutting me off, though."

"Yeah, I know. Well, at least you didn't let me keep going on."

"I've noticed something about you, Jinx."


"You're not running away from love anymore. You wanted nothing to do with me when I first met you. Nothing at all. But now..Now, you accept it fully. And I'm proud of you for that."

She stared down at her plate, rearranging it absent mindedly. There was an awkward silence following the comment that lasted for a while.

"Did I say something wrong?" he asked, a concerned look upon his face.

"No, Wally. You said just the right thing." She gave him a smile.

"I love you Jinx."

"I love you too, Wally."

The couple then went back to the tower. For now, they were happy, looking towards the future. And just as Wally said, they were no longer running away from love.

A/N: Okay...The ending was corny, but it was so hard to end. I'm hoping to have a new story soon, so be looking for my pen-name! You reviewers rock! I hope you enjoyed my story...I definetly enjoyed all the awesome comments. Ciao!