Ok, so I already know this is really short, but I wanted to post it and see if people wanted me to continue this or nott, so PLEASE let me know
"I can't believe they didn't give you the job," Aria stated, her voice carrying a tone of anger to it. She was seated on the couch of Ezra's apartment, angrily flipping through the pages of a magazine.
"Aria, this could be a good thing," Ezra walked from the kitchen to the couch, sitting beside her. He picked up her legs and pulled her closer to him, resting her legs over his and his hands on her knees. He looked at her, memorizing her features as he had done many times before.
"I just don't see how that's possible," she glanced up at him for a second, then back down to continue angrily flipping through the magazine.
"Well for one, we'll be able to see each other twice as much."
Aria shot him a look, "Yeah, looking at you from behind the back of a bunch of kids' heads, wishing I could hold your hand or kiss you just like all the couples around the school, sounds like your normal relationship."
"Aria, we don't have a normal relationship," Ezra reminded her.
She looked up at him, "I'm sorry, I was just so looking forward to being able to act like a real couple for once, I guess I lost sight of reality."
Ezra placed a light kiss on her forehead and Aria allowed her eyes to close at the sensation. He stood up from the couch and went back to cooking the macaroni and cheese he was making for their dinner.
Aria sighed and placed the magazine on the coffee table. She got up and walked to the desk where she sat down to continue working on her homework that had been assigned for the night. She bent over to get her "To Kill a Mockingbird" book from her bag, and as she sat up, her elbow hit the laptop on the desk. The screen lit up, revealing a word document Ezra was working on. "Between Us?" she read aloud.
As soon as the words left her mouth, Ezra dropped the spoon in his hand and all but ran to the desk, grabbing the laptop and closing it.
Aria gave him a confused look, "Geez, must be something top secret. Are you writing a love letter to one of your students? Because, you know Mr. Fitz, that's not allowed," a small smirk spreading across her lips.
Ezra laughed, "Not quite, Ms. Montgomery. And as you know I have never been one for following the rules," he grinned and leaned down, kissing her passionately on the lips, eager to distract her from his latest piece.
But Aria saw right through him, and she pulled away from his lips. "So what is it?" she asked, opening the laptop back up, but when the laptop's screen demanded a password, she turned her attention back to him.
"Oh-it-it's nothing," Ezra stammered, closing the laptop once again as if the document would suddenly pop back up again.
She rolled her eyes at him. "Fine," she said, giving her words a tone of fake depression. "If you don't want to tell me, the girl you say you love, the girl who is willing to break all the rules to be with you, the girl who shares all of her secrets with you what your secret little story is about—"
Ezra interrupted her, leaning down and placing his lips gently on hers. "Aria you know I love you, and you are completely worth breaking rules for, and you also know that if I could tell you, I would."
"Yeah, yeah, yeah," she rolled her eyes and smirked at him.
"Come on," he told her, placing another soft peck on her lips, "dinner's ready."