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"Mavis, we've been together for almost three years now—"
"Jonny, do you think that my dad'll let us go to Disneyland?"
"No. As I was saying, we've been together—"
"Why not?" Mavis looked up at Jonathan from where she was sitting, a Disney movie playing on her iPod.
"Because we'd have to go at night, and Disneyland closes at ten. But that's not the point—"
"But we could go at like seven. I've heard so many things about Disneyland, and it just seems so amazing!"
"Then we'll try to go, but listen, Mavis, there's something I really need to talk to you—"
Mavis cut him off again, and he sighed, clenching his trembling fingers.
"That would be great. I'm going to go down and—"
She stopped, and raised her eyebrows.
"No need to yell at me, Jonny. What is it?"
He walked over to her, and took her hands in his. They were in her bedroom in the Hotel, three years (almost to the day) since they had 'zinged.'
"Look, Mavis," he cleared his throat. "We've been together for three years…" She was giving him her big eyes again.
"Yes?" she breathed.
"And, well… erm."
"Spit it out, Jonny."
He took a deep breath. "Wouldyoupleasemarryme?"
She smiled wide, nodding shyly. "Of course I will," she whispered.
He sighed in relief, seeing stars from a lack of oxygen. Leaning in, he cupped the back of her neck, and smiled against her lips. Not one to be left out, she tilted her head and kissed him harder, wrapping her arms around his neck.
They kissed for a long time, their love expressed so plainly that it would probably have been painful to anyone else watching them.
Blushing a little, Mavis pulled away to smile at Jonny. They walked out, ignoring the protests of the shrunken head at the door, and down the stairs to tell Dracula.
"Daddy?" she said when they reached his door. She knocked quietly.
The door flew open, revealing a smiling count. "Yes, my Blood-orange?"
"Jonny and I, we have decided to get married."
"Oh, Rotting Pumpkin." The Count's voice sounded strangely sad.
"What is it?" she asked.
"Vampires can't marry non-vampires."
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Hey! This is gonna be multi-chapter, but not super long. I saw the movie today, and I loved it sooooo much! It was absolutely adorable! Let me know if you like it, reviews are love!