Kira laughed at Tom’s disgusted expressions at licking the envelope to be ready to drop into the mail box. “I probably should’ve asked you to lick it,” he side eyed her, a smirk pulling his lips perfectly “You’re good at licking, aren’t you?”
A sort of coughing/snorting noise escaped Kira. Tom was always catching her off guard with his darker side. When they first dated, she was into the sweetness that radiated off him and his smile. He always attracted everyone without trying this way.
So when they started becoming more intimate (he insisted she move in with him) she started seeing his, well, naughty side. She wasn’t complaining. So sir-ee bob. In fact, it only made them open up to each other that much more.
“Just go drop the letter in so your mother doesn’t have to wait any longer.” She rolled her eyes, trying to shake off the moment of fluster, and looked out her window. His laugh made her smile, even when she mentally scolded herself not to.
Kira waited until she was sure he was in the postal office to cover her face and softly scream into her hands. “Tomwhatareyoudoingyouregoingtobethedeathofme.“ She took in a deep breath and leaned back into her seat to fan herself. The glint off Tom’s shades forced her to stared at him as he walked all the way back into the driver’s seat. He turned his body towards her, one arm leaning on the steering wheel, and smiled.
“What?” he curiously asked.
Kira reached out and poked his nose. “Okay, just making sure you’re real and not some sick dream my brain conjured up.” she nodded.
“Fair enough,” he leaned forward, brought his hand behind her neck and kissed her. “That’s just to make sure I wasn’t the one dreaming.” he breathed against her lips.
Kira involuntarily giggled. Tom laughed to keep her from feeling embarrassed. ”Although I do dream about you,” Tom noted lightly and turned on the car. He looked over his shoulder, putting the sunglasses atop his hair “There have been a handful of times it involved this car.” He gave his shirt a tug as he put the car in reverse “And a lot less clothes.”