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Summary: "So why Tokyo?" She knew the answer but she wanted to know it from him. "No extradition." "So you're a regular cowboy? Bet your mama's proud." She replied as a joke and saw him smile as she swept her bangs from her face. "She is." Han had a thing for motorcycles, leather and pretty girls a long time before Giselle came around. Based on the song "You and I" By Lady Gaga, named after "Mama's Don't let your babies grow up to be cowboys" By Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings. Spoilers for everything from Better Luck Tomorrow (where Han Lue is introduced to the criminal world) to all five Fast and Furious movies. So if I ruin it for anyone…sorry!

Okay, here's the last little bit. I would have liked to bring Gisele into it, but I have a certain way I want to do it so it will be held off for the possible sequel. My awesome reviewers lady kira6606, Han's Angel (Oh no! Not the breakfast items!), monserai, hidansgirl1234, Shades Soul, Chocolate and diamonds, Dragon Reverb, ILuvOdie, Little Karma, Nelle07, D and Fadeex3 as well as all the other reviewers incl. Mrz LOT, Love Ink, SuziQ22, eggshellwhite and my fellow Aussie Miss Hood as well as anyone I forgot! I'm sorry to end it here guys but Fast Five comes out in a few months so just sit tight! Thank you again!

Chapter Forty-Three – In which Romeo and Juliet find happiness

You taste like whiskey when you kiss me oooh
I'll give up anything again to be your baby doll
Yeah this time I'm not leaving without you

We got a whole lot of money but we still pay rent
Cause you can't buy a house in heaven
Theres only three men that I'm a serve my whole life
It's my daddy and Tokyo and Jesus Christ

Jules threw her bag on the table in the kitchen and kept walking out the back door and onto the back lawn. She kept walking over to the white iron fence, the gate creaking as she walked out, stopping briefly to pull off her shoes and throw them back on the grass before stepping onto the sand.

She could see him sitting down on the beach, watching waves roll in as the sun set behind him. He tilted his head back to sip his beer. He must have seen her from the corner of his eye and turned his head to smile at her over his shoulder.

Taking the last few steps down the beach to fall down at his side. Automatically an arm went around Jules' shoulders and she leant her head on his chest.

"How was your day?" She asked smiling as he took another sip of his XXXX Gold beer.

"Quiet." He replied. After the flight out of Tokyo six months ago, Jules and Han had used the money to buy the tiny house on the edge of the beach. As far as Han was concerned, it wasn't a safe haven without a beach. She knew he was bored, working days at a mechanics shop was not Hans forte and she knew that in a little while he would get restless and want to leave. But until then she had him all to herself.

The first time she'd seen him get really restless, he'd been betting on horses down at the local pub and she'd shaken her head at him and insisted she fixed his money spending problems. If he was going to waste his money- he should do it properly. So she called her sister and Katie met them at the Turf Club. Katie adored Han, so she was willing to keep him sane. Thus presenting him with a fifty-thousand dollar, two-year old chestnut thoroughbred colt.

"Nothing keeps a rich man more entertained than a racehorse." She whispered as Han patted the horse gently and smiled. Two days later, Han owned fifty-thousand dollars worth of horseflesh. Jules had shaken her head but he was happy. He was especially ecstatic a few Saturdays later when he took her down to the races to watch the horses first start. Which it won, three lengths ahead of the second place getter. Jules could already see she'd started something.

"Have you checked on your horse?" She asked as he took another sip of his beer.

"He's on his way to Brisbane tomorrow to run at Doomben." He said quietly. "Your sister rang. We've got dinner with her and BJ tomorrow night." Jules laughed slightly. Han had taken to teasing Blake constantly about Katies nickname.

"Thank-you." Jules replied into the soft cotton of his white shirt.

"What for?" He asked quietly.

"For putting up with my crazy family. And for staying, I know you miss Tokyo." She said softly and felt him squeeze her arm.

"Not as much as I missed you those months." Jules smiled, wrapping her fingers in the fabric of his shirt.

"I think I like you being in Australia. You've developed our no worries attitude." His hand ran through the long strands of her hair and tilted her head back to press a kiss to her forehead.

"It's not so bad once you get used to all the drinking and swearing." He laughed.

"That's the Irish in us." Sighing she looked out over the water, "How's the leg today?" She said reaching over and rubbing his knee which she knew ached occasionally.

"Fine." He replied calmly and rubbed a hand down her back. "Are you okay?" Jules smiled, still watching over the ocean. She could stay like this forever, or at least until he left, but until then, she made the most of every moment.

"I'm perfect."

Been along time since I came around
Its been along time but I'm back in town
And this time I'm not leaving without you

Sit back down where you belong
In the corner of my bar with your high heels on
Sit back down on the couch where we made love the first time
And you said to me

There's something, something about this place
Something about lonely nights and my lipstick on your face
Something something about my cool Australia guy
-
Lady Gaga

The End…