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This chapter is so long omg.

Also, please read the author's note at the end.

Harry

Around 2:30 in the afternoon, pulled up to Lia's apartment.

I had let her know prior to arriving that I was on my way, so she shouldn't be too long.

Just to be sure, though, I sent her a quick here text, to let her know.

She responded with on my way out quickly.

I smiled and patiently waited for her.

Not too long later, she pushed open the doors to the apartment building and made her way over to my car.

She's so beautiful. I can't even describe how beautiful she is. She is the definition of beautiful.

I watch her as she walks. The slight breeze making her hair fly side to side, the way her arms swing ever so slightly but still noticeable...

I'm the luckiest man alive, to have her.

"Hey, Harry," she smiles, hoping into the passenger's seat.

"Hey, Lia," I repeat her happy tone.

"So, where are we going?" She asks anxiously.

"Hmm..." I say, tapping my chin. "How about you guess first?"

"Aww, Harry," she complains. "Please tell me. I don't want to guess. I want to know!"

I chuckle at her little whine and her fake puppy dog eyes.

"Nope," I say, starting the engine to the car. "You can guess, or you can wait until we get there."

"Fine," she huffs. "Is it... A dinner?"

"Nope," I say, laughing internally at my power of knowledge. "And besides, it's 2:30. Who goes to dinner at 2:30?"

"Fair enough," Lia says, annoyed that she was incorrect. "Are we going... To the cinema?"

"Nope," I shake my head furiously. "That's a stupid first date idea. You don't get to have any real fun. All you do is sit and don't talk to each other for 2 hours. That's more of a fifth date, to me at least."

"Ok..." She struggles to come up with more ideas. "Darn, Harry, you got me stumped. What is it? Pleeeeeeease?"

I laugh a little harder than I should've.

"No, you're not finding out until we get there," I continue laughing.

She crosses her arms and pouts like a little child.

I shake my head slightly and laugh a little more discreetly.

It amuses me how worked up she gets.

"Don't worry, love," I say to calm her down. "We'll be there soon."

A few moments pass when I take a left turn into Starbucks to get us some coffee.

Lia looks up at where we are and says "Starbucks? You're taking me to Starbucks for our first date? No offence Harry but that's kind of a stupid first date."

I couldn't help it. I burst out laughing.

"No!" I laugh. "I would never take a girl to Starbucks for a first date!" (No offence Louis). "I'm just getting us some coffee!"

Lia looked so relieved. "Okay good," she laughed along with me.

"What would you like m'lady?" I ask her, before approaching the drive thru speaker to order.

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