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The last part, thanks for all of the sweet and comical comments you have all made! Also, a huge apology from when I said I would put this chapter up "in a few months" ... we're just not gonna talk about that. Anyway, enjoy!






After their conversation, Jason let Percy come into his cabin, where they sat on the blonde's bed. Jason was interested in where Percy was, and Percy was interested in what Jason had been up to while he was gone.

Percy's day was a whole lot brighter after the his confession to Jason, but Jason, on the other hand, couldn't help but have this feeling of doom torture him. Percy's mother and Jason were both threatened to be in harm's  way by Zeus if Percy didn't listen, and Percy didn't. Jason could just taste his father's revenge already, and it was sickening thought. What was his father possibly going to do?

"Hey, Jas, you okay? You seem like you got your head in the clouds," Percy's eyebrows were scrunched in a worried expression but he still had a smile on his face. Jason couldn't make eye contact with him. He hated being asked if he was okay. Jason probably got asked that about a million times within the past three years. No, Jason wasn't okay. Not then and not now.

"You know that since my father knows you're back here, he's going to go after your mom, right? You put Sally's safety in danger, Percy." Jason's eyes moved from looking at the floor to locking with Percy's. Poseidon's son drew a deep breath as he rubbed his arm, feeling the tattoo as if it was comforting him.

"But you see," Percy smiled like a little kid, and Jason wouldn't help but find it absolutely adorable. "I didn't break the deal with your dad. He said that I had to stay away from you until you hated my guts or forgot about me. And if I do recall, you did hate me, so I did follow the orders from Zeus." Percy shrugged like it was no big deal.

It took Jason a second to respond; his mind was still processing the new found information.

"So you," Jason slowly spoke his words as he was trying to process everything. "You out-smarted my father." Jason's expression was a mixture of confusion and happiness. He was completely dumbfounded.

"Was planning this from the start. Had Annabeth keep me updated on your feelings towards me." Percy waved his hands in the air as he talked in chopped sentences. Percy acted like it wasn't some elaborate plan, but to Jason, it was. Annabeth asked him nearly every month if he was angry at Percy, and holy Hades, you bet he said he was furious every time she asked. Although he said he was furious, he was mostly sad that Percy was gone. Obviously Jason was hurt then. His hatred towards Percy felt completely diminished now.

"I can't believe you came up with an intelligent plan," Jason's snarky voice cracked through the air like lightning.

"Wait what's that supposed to mean, Grace?" Percy gasped, feigning offense. They both broke into laugher.

"Nothing, Jackson," Jason quipped back. Percy's smile was bright with happiness, and Jason couldn't help but give a reflection back. They sat there for a few moments, taking in each other's presence. Their longing for each other had finally been subsided.

Percy moved closer to Jason on the bed. Percy would be damned if he went through all of this trouble with his elaborate plan to not make a move on Jason Grace himself. Percy slowly drew his hand towards Jason's face, and the blonde boy's eyes followed Percy's hand. The son of Poseidon gently placed his hand on Jason's cheek, holding him there. They were completely silent as they gazed into each other's eyes. The world seemed to stop; time wasn't a thing anymore to them. The only thing that mattered was the two of them.

Percy made his final move; he swiftly pushed his face towards Jason's. Their lips were inches apart, not touching yet. Jason, feeling juked by the wait, pushed his head forwards and connected the kiss. Electric sparks were felt between the two; like two major waves crashing together. They had waited too long to be able to kiss one another again, and they were beyond happy to finally get the chance to do it again.

"You better not cross my father ever again, dude," Jason breathlessly said after they parted their kiss. Percy's eyes twinkled while he looked at the blonde.

"Gods no, I'd never. I'd miss you too much."

"I'd miss loving you," Jason blurted out. He wasn't afraid to say it; he had been feeling this way towards Percy since the beginning. He was just hoping Percy felt the same. Thankfully, he was hoping right.

"I'd miss loving you too, Jas," Percy smiled. He took both of their hands and intertwined them together.


"Yeah?" Jason looked at Percy, confused.

"You're my home, and no matter how lost I get, I will always find my way back home."


I know it was kinda short, but hopefully it tied everything together peacefully! Lemme know what you all think!

Thanks for reading everybody! It means a lot seeing you all asking me to update and seeing your opinions about the stories.

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