AN: Errrrrr, better late then never? Hope you like this one guys, and as always please please please PLEASE leave me a comment either to tell me what you thought or correct me on something, honestly reading your comments make my day.
Oh and Happy Halloween to everyone that celebrates it!
They leapt apart. Obviously it wouldn't work to use the old "you had something in your eye" trick given their situation, and she was suddenly feeling like a rebellious teenager caught making out with the boy her father told to get out of the house 2 hours ago. She jumped up from the couch, running her fingers through her hair. She could see Hook out of the corner of her eye, see him putting his hands behind his head.
She could feel him smirking.
Her father on the other hand, was not smiling.
"Errr, good morning?" She said it like a question. Whether or not it would be a good morning was about to be decided.
Her father swallowed hard.
"For both of our sakes, I'm going to pretend I saw none of that, but don't think I'm not going to find a way to secretly poison him later." He said coldly.
Hook let out a snort of laughter, and she shot him a look,. She nodded vigorously towards her father. She knows very well that she's a full grown adult and that she can be with whoever she wants, but David never got to play the protective parent, so she thought she would at least give him this.
On the other hand, she might not put it past her father to actually try and seriously injure her boyfriend, so just to be safe, she thought the best thing to do was to separate the two of them as soon as possible.
He made a disgruntled sound in the back of his throat which she took as a "yes?"
"Do you think you could get my coat from upstairs?"
"Where are you going?" He broke eye contact with Hook.
"We were thinking of running some errands before mom woke up, she's been complaining about the lack of peanut butter for a week."
Her mother had never made one comment about peanut butter. In fact, she didn't think her mother even liked peanut butter.
"Are you bringing him with you?"
"That was what I meant by we yes."
He humphed, but she could already tell he was softening. No matter what David said about Hook, she knew there was a part of him that liked the pirate.
Liked him with his daughter? Different story.
Her father turned to head up the stairs, and she rounded on Killian.
She was totally not prepared for him to already be standing up, much less for him to be inches away from her face.
"Don't be fresh. I just saved your life buddy."
"Not really, I think I'm growing on your father."
"Ya, like a deadly illness."
"Yes, more like mold."
He grinned, and she wraps her arms around his neck, stepping close so their noses are touching, but just barely.
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Emma has a lot to deal with. Between trying to find The Dark One, and dealing with angry citizens, she barley has time to address some of her personal issues. Hook almost died last week, and the memory keeps coming back, haunting her. When Hook is t...