AN: Wow, I am just chock full of ideas. These just come from nowhere. This one is short, sweet and to the point. Well, not really because there isn't entirely a point, I guess its kind of a drabble. Although, I'm not sure what the exact definition of a drabble is. (If anyone would like to clear that up, it would be greatly appreciated.) There might be a sequel sort of thing to it because I think I have an idea for it. Just to let you know.

Disclaimer: I didn't own Totally Spies before and I don't own it now. It is still in possession of Marathon.

She couldn't seem to stop staring at his lips as she fought him.

Focus Sam!

You can't get distracted!

However, even as she continued to fight him, kicking and punching, she couldn't help but glance at his lips.

They look so soft…..

Yet, even looking at them she couldn't completely ignore the smirk that they were currently in.

That's because he's a criminal Sam. You shouldn't be thinking this, focus!

She groaned as he punched her in the stomach, but she quickly returned it with a kick of her own.

Still, I can't help but wonder what his lips would feel like…..

Eventually, not really knowing how, she found her face disturbingly close to his.

Maybe, one kiss wouldn't hurt….

She was completely disoriented by his closeness.

NO! I can't!

She punched him and immediately distanced herself from him.

What was I thinking!

Frustrated with herself, Sam attacked him with more force than before, needing to let out her pent up annoyance.

How would you have explained to him why you kissed him?

Adjusting to her renewed force, he began attacking her with more force as well.

He could have used it against you!

She dodged his attacks, but found herself becoming cornered.

You can never let him know how you really feel.

She knew she had to get out of this situation fast, before she wouldn't be able to escape at all.

No matter how much it hurts.

So it's complete, for now. Let me know if you like it. It's different from anything I ever thought I would write, but I like it. It was a lot of fun to write.