Author's Note: Yes, Coming Home is complete... but a while back PsycoChick32 asked me to write her a drabble with the theme "innocent", and it just seem to fit with this story's universe. So here's a bonus "chapter" for this story that may perhaps explain Kimberly's perspective (and secrets!) in a little more detail.


"So, Trini and Jason hooked up thanks to your advice?"

"Yup. I think I should host a seminar. Or maybe write a book. How to be a Good Boy-Toy, by Kimberly Hart. I like the sound of that."

"Speaking of that... when are you going to tell her? I'm getting sick of sneaking around behind my friends' backs just so she doesn't find out..."

"We'll tell her when she's settled," Kimberly answered decisively, without a hint of hesitation. "But no sooner."

She didn't bother to look, didn't have to; she could practically feel Tommy's smirk. "You know she's going to kill you for keeping this from her for so long, right?"

"It's for her own good," she protested with a pout, all innocence in the face of his questions. She felt compelled to add, under her breath: "And she won't kill me. At least not a lot."

Unperturbed by that last bit, he went on, "How is any of this for her own good?"

She shifted against him, snuggling closer so his arms could fall more comfortably around her. "I'm letting Trini have her moment in the limelight before unveiling my own big news."

"How magnanimous of you," he commented, earning himself a roll of her eyes.

"It's a common misconception that I always have to be the center of attention," she teased.

"Only most of the time?" he countered playfully.

"Only most of the time," she confirmed.