I swear, they should have a Holiday genre. Anyways, here's my Christmas themed story. (More to follow, for sure.) Disclaimer: I don't own the Teen Titans.
Raven walked down the hallway and into the common room. She smiled as she saw the Christmas decorations. The room had been decorated in wonderful hues of red and green, cut in the shapes of reindeer, Christmas trees, snowflakes, gingerbread men, sleighs, and Santa. Heading into the kitchen, she got herself a cup of herbal tea. With everyone out buying gifts, Raven had the Tower to herself. It was a rare time when she could read a good book and drink a wonderful cup of tea without being bothered. Finally, peace and quiet.
"We're home," Beast Boy cried out.
So much for peace and quiet. "Hello, Beast Boy," Raven replied. "Where are the others?"
"In their rooms, wrapping gifts. Oh," he said innocently, "this is for you." Out of his coat pocket he pulled out a box. Rectangle in shape, Raven wondered what it could be. As she took the box, Beast Boy left the room, only saying, "Open it."
Surely it's not a book, he never reads. She pondered whether or not she should open it. Is this a joke? It's only December 9th, Christmas is sixteen days away. Then again, why wait?
It is known that it is rare when Raven gets excited. This was one of those times. She let out a sequel of joy and ran to Beast Boy's room, carrying the Book of Rukon in her hands.
Beast Boy was just getting to wrapping Raven's gifts, which he always did first. He stopped for a second and looked at the box on his nightstand. Is it time? Raven burst into his room, dropping the Book of Rukon and throwing her arms around him. Before she got to him, however, he threw a blanket over Raven's gifts.
"Where," she said in between kisses, "did you get it?"
"Raven," he replied, "I'll tell you in a minute. Let's get to the roof, okay?"
She grabbed his hand, and they headed to the roof. "So, where'd you get the Book of Rukon," she asked, her lips only inches from his. She could sense that he was nervous. Sweat droplets formed on his head.
"I got it at a bookstore, Raven. Sorry, I can't," but he was cut off as Raven's lips embraced his. As they kissed, the sun began to set, painting the sky in shades of orange, pink, and purple. The wind blew slightly, and the two lovebirds went to common room, where they fell asleep in each other's arms.
That's all for now. Will post up next chapter, which will be longer, I promise.