Wally and Artemis: After --part 2--Artemis kept going over it in her mind.Wally and Artemis: After --part 2-- in Romance More Like This
She couldn't stop thinking about what had passed between her and Wally that day. In that moment when the brick wall between them had fallen away, she got carried away and made herself completely open and vulnerable; something she was trained not to do. She still couldn't believe that she let herself fall for Wally's big green puppy-dog eyes
Recently, they had been starting to act civilized towards each other. If she was to be honest with herself, she really didn't hate him "But that doesn't matter He's Wally!" She muttered angrily to her empty room at Mount Justice. Today was just a slip up, a momentary lapse in judgement. She was just being silly, letting her imagination get carried away into thinking there could ever be anything between the two of them .
"He's still just as annoying." she thought to herself, as though this meant 'case closed'.
With a long and heavy sigh she fell back onto her bed, glaring angrily at the d
Wally and Artemis: AfterIn one quick movement Wally leaned forward and kissed her on the nose. Artemis's eyes narrowed as she glared at him, slightly surprised behind her mask of anger.Wally and Artemis: After in General Fiction More Like This
"You're lucky green is my favorite color," she said, her anger softening into annoyance as she looked into his deep green eyes, "Cause otherwise you'd be in a lot of pain right now."
He grinned at her with his usual childlike smile. Then an ominous shadow seemed to stir behind his eyes.
" I'm just glad you're okay " he muttered, his expression becoming serious as he looked up at her through his eyelashes. Artemis's pre-made retort caught in her throat as she absorbed the look on his face. The way his gaze seemed to be looking into her, instead of past her, was so out of character for Wally that it took her a few moments to pull her thoughts back together.
"It was just a simulation Wally, it wasn't real. I was never in any danger "
Minus the comma she added in her head. He continued to stare at her with th