It was the warmth of her hand that made his heart flutter like that. She wouldn't ever tell him but it was he way he looked at her, even when he was pretending not to, that had won her over. She insisted that she found it annoying when she caught him but there was that glitter in her eyes each time he did it again, trying so hard not to get caught. Some part of him knew that he should stop since she told him how much she didn't like it but the truth was that he did it without even thinking. He couldn’t take his eyes off her. He couldn't stop trying to memorize her face, even if he already did have it memorized, and it was in that sincerity that she found her heart being captured.
They were standing outside the restaurant, seemingly at the end of date number six. Date number one had been at the library, of all places, but she had found it crazy and charming that he'd insisted on having a picnic in there. He hunted down two of his favorite