That night, he took Kurt out into the forest to the spot where they had spent their first night together; he built them a fire and made a cozy spot next to it where they cuddled the whole night.


"Hmm?" Kurt looked up to Blaine, who was holding him tightly in his arms as they stared at the fire, just talking and enjoying each other.

"I love you."

"I love you, too, Blaine." He snuggled his back against Blaine.

"Good, because I have a question for you."

Kurt raised an eyebrow, leaning up from Blaine, turning to face him. "Oh?"

Blaine nodded. "Here, stand up." He rose to his feet, pulling Kurt up with him. He held Kurt's hands tight. He took a deep breath. "I'm pretty positive I've loved you since the moment I saw you, but my mind was clouded with greed and it was just ridiculous. But you saved me from myself, you brought me out of the bad and took me on this amazing adventure and showed me how to be good, and kind, and how to love."

Kurt watched Blaine carefully with wide eyes, his insides fluttering. He bit his lip.

"Kurt, I love you more than I can express and I could ramble on forever about how much I love you, what makes me love you, and what I love about you, so what I want to ask is," He took his hand away, slipping it in his pocket and pulling out the golden ring, holding it between his index finger and thumb, he held it up. Kurt gasped as tears filled his eyes. "Will you marry me? So I can spend the rest of my life showing you how much I love you?"

Kurt nodded eagerly, smiling. "Yes, yes, yes please, yes!" He giggled with excitement.

Blaine chuckled, taking Kurt's hand and slipping the ring on. Kurt threw his arms around Blaine's neck, placing kisses on Blaine's face before pressing their cheeks together. Blaine slipped his arms around Kurt's waist, squeezing him tight. He did it. He did it. He asked Kurt and Kurt said yes. He had never been happier than he was at that moment. After sharing a few soft kissed, Kurt was too excited to tell his parents to stay any longer. So they rushed back to the kingdom to tell them. They were thrilled, of course. Kurt had never been so happy in his life; he couldn't wait to start his life as Blaine's husband. Husband. Oh, he was so excited.

And they lived happily ever after.