"I don't know why I let you talk me into this." Spencer told Derek.

"I've said it before and I'll say it again, I won't rest until we find you a girl." Derek said, patting Spencer's back.

Spencer shook his head. He wanted to find someone also, but he didn't think going to bar to bar was going to work. As usual, Derek was talking to several women while Spencer was alone at the bar. He looked up and noticed the bartender. She had long black hair tied in a messy bun and bright green eyes that could pierce through stone. She looked his direction and smiled, then he turned away. She walked over to him and said, "You looking for company or a drink?"

Spencer looked up and smiled, "Which are you offering?"

She laughed, "Both."

"I'll have a brandy." Spencer answered.

She turned around and started preparing his drink. He noticed that her hands were small, but the fact didn't hinder her work. She turned back around with the brandy and handed it to him. He took a sip and asked, "What's your name?"

"Luna Raymone. What about you, handsome?" she replied.

"Spencer Reid. It's a pleasure to meet you." He smiled.

"Likewise. Did you come here alone?" Luna asked.

"No, I came with my friend and co-worker." Spencer gestured toward Derek.

Luna looked at Derek, "Hm, I've seen men like him too many times. Not my type."

Spencer looked slightly puzzled, "What is your type?"

"Hm, maybe he's right in front of me." Luna said, smiling.

Spencer looked surprised. Luna looked at her watch, "Ah, it's almost closing time. I was having a good time, too."

Spencer said, "Is there some way we can talk again?"

Luna smiled and pulled out a card. She wrote her number in the back, "If you need someone to talk to or looking for company, don't be afraid to call."

Spencer smiled and nodded. He and Derek walked out of the bar. Derek asked, "Who was the hot bartender you were chatting with?"

Spencer smiled, "Her name is Luna."

"Did you get her number? Otherwise, that whole conversation would be a waste." Derek said.

Spencer smiled. That was all Derek needed, "My man."