One Of The Boys (Psych Love Drabble/Ficlet Series)
By Andie O'Neill
Pairing: One sides Lassiter/Juliet, Gus/Juliet, Shawn/Juliet
Summary: Juliet's tired of being one of the boys… and the boys are taking notice.
A/N: So out of pure boredom and because I was stuck at a stupid ALL DAY seminar, I've written a bunch of Psych drabbles. I call it "Psych Love Drabble/Ficlet Series" (awesome title, I know.)
Disclaimer: I don't own the characters or the show.
As Junior Detective Juliet O'Hara walked into the Santa Barbara Police Department, Head Detective Carlton Lassiter had found himself doing a double-take as he looked back to see the extremely sexy outfit his partner had changed into. From the moment he'd first met O'Hara he hadn't really taken much notice in her looks. Sure, she was pretty and although he refused to admit such a thing out loud, he could at least concede the point in his head. The thing was, he wasn't interested and didn't plan on going there again with a partner after his last experience. So watching his partner come walking in, hips swinging from side to side like a damn siren he'd seriously had to remind himself that he wasn't supposed to find her that attractive. He'd barely known what to say, except to protest her choice in clothing which was already becoming a serious distraction. He immediately missed the old O'Hara.
Burton Guster found himself facing similar issues as he stared at the woman currently standing before the guys professing that she was tired of dressing like everyone else and wanted to dress to arrest. Silently he reminded himself that his best friend had feelings for a Junior Detective, but it seemed not even that was keeping him from staring, barely keeping back the drool. She looked hot… really hot, and Gus was still a man with eyes… at least he felt guilty about his sudden attraction to Juliet. He really needed to pull his eyes away from her chest… only it seemed his body had rebelled against him, and he swallowed hard, hoping Shawn hadn't noticed his staring. He was suddenly really missing the old Juliet.
Shawn Spencer had no problems with the change in outfit, even if did seem Juliet O'Hara had rendered Lassie and Gus speechless. It was amazing what the right outfit could accomplish. Shawn had a feeling Jules didn't realize just how strongly she was affecting the two guys standing beside him… because Shawn couldn't stop staring either. She'd practically walked into the station in slow motion, and Shawn couldn't be sure, but he could have sworn he'd heard Shania Twain singing in the background. Juliet O'Hara was HOT! Sure, he'd always thought she was hot, but he'd never actually realized how much hotter she could get, and he was really enjoying this new Juliet O'Hara. Oh yeah… this case was seriously becoming one of his favorites of all time!