AN: The last part! I finally got around to writing it! I am going to say though that I probably won't be writing as much until school ends. I have some stories that I will start writing that I have ideas for, like a sequel to Unexpected Truth and some completely new stories. Some of them I have started a little bit, so I might have something up really soon after school ends. Relating to the current story, I changed the format a bit for this last chapter, italics are Sam's thoughts, italics and bold are Scam's thought, and regular font is still what's going on. Hopefully it's not too confusing.

Disclaimer: Totally Spies belongs to Marathon.


He had finally backed her into a corner.

There has to be something around here to help me!

She frantically looked around trying to find some way to escape, but finding none.

You're not getting away from me this time, Sam.

He smirked and moved closer to her, ready to end this once and for all.

There's nowhere to go. I really am trapped!

However, Scam found himself once again distracted by her lips.

I'm losing my mind. I can't do this anymore!

She gasped as his lips crashed against hers.

Why is he kissing me?

Sam had no will in her to fight him as he deepened the kiss.

I can't lie to myself anymore. I really do love her.

His hands snaked around her waist and her hands tangled into his hair.

Although, I can't say that this is a bad thing.

His tongue ran over her lower lip and she didn't hesitate in granting him entrance.

Her lips are even softer than I thought they would be.

A moan escaped her lips as his hands brushed up her back and she pushed herself closer to him, eliminating any space left in between them.

I don't want this to end.

Only when the need to breathe became to great to bear, did they break the kiss.

This moment should last forever.

Her breath came in short pants and she felt a blush forming on her face.

I've wanted to do that for so long...

He stared into her captivating emerald eyes, the blush on her face not escaping his notice.

I have to tell her now. I think she feels the same way.

She slowly pulled her face away and looked into his enchanting sea foam eyes.

Maybe I should just tell him I love him. I don't care if it's wrong, or if he uses it against me. He has to know.

"I love you, Sam."

She smiled, a feeling of elation sweeping through her.

"I love you, too, Tim."


This was a lot harder to write than the other two chapters. There are parts of it I like and parts I don't where I just had to write some thought in order to keep the format. I would have made it longer, but there are only so many things that I could think of to go through their heads without sounding redundant. Maybe I will go back and rewrite parts of it when I feel more inspired. Anyway, enough of my ranting, review let me know what you think. Was it a good ending?