"Are you sure about this…?" He asked unsteadily. I nodded, "Really Vlad, it's fine, just do it." I gave him a weak smile, hoping to reassure him. His eyes were glued on mine, the gray-blue orbs looked confused and worried, and I could feel the blush creeping onto my cheeks.

He gently took my hand in his; he hesitated at first, but continued to hold it.

I cocked my head to the side, "Is there something wrong…?" He recoiled from the suddenness. "I…uh…No, Daniel. Well, I…" He sighed dramatically, then continued, "It's just…I'm currently having an internal conflict with myself and I don't know what to do about it." He scowled, "Oh! Cheese doodles!"

I patted his arm with my free hand and scooted closer. "It's okay…If it's what I think it's about then don't worry. Nothing bad is going to happen."

The two halfas gazed into each other for a moment. Vladamir reached forward, cupping the smaller boys cheek in his hand, "Daniel, I want you to know that you can always go back. This isn't…binding."

I nodded, "Frankly, I don't care, fruitloop."

I smirked, and leaned forward. Touching my lips to his, my heart racing, I knew that this is true bliss. This man, old enough to be my father, sent shivers down my spine and my mind into a frenzy from just speaking alone.

I loved being with him. Every moment, every second, I savored. He might change his mind, decide he's not gay, or even worse, decide he doesn't like me.

We broke away. He looked at me, slightly stunned, as my face grew more red by the second. He must have not felt what I did…I start to apologize, stumbling over my words from embarrassment, "Vlad…I'm sorry, I—"

He smashed his lips into mine. My eyes widened before I realeased my tension and melted into the kiss. I wrapped my arms around his neck, pulling him closer. One hand on my cheek and the other tangled in my hair, Vlad kissed me sweetly and slowly.

I loved every second of it.

When we pulled away, he leaned his forehead against mine as his eyelids closed and cheeks got slightly flushed, he spoke breathlessly, "I love you."

My eyes wide and shocked, I searched his face for any trace of a lie.

It showed none.

There hasn't been a happier moment in my life.

"I love you too."