A/N: So guys...this is it. The official end of Serendipity. Thank you all so much for sticking by me through this, my first completed fanfiction here on Wattpad. I've had so much fun and I really appreciate all of your support, more than you know. Make sure to vote, and comment your final thoughts on the ending.
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*10 MONTHS LATER*
"I still can't get over the irony of this location."
"Babe, would you just let it go?"
"I can't let it go! Liam we are literally standing at the place where both of our lives almost ended like, twelve different times."
"One, that is a major exaggeration. Two, they tore down the bridge three months ago, so actually we're just standing on a riverbank."
"But it's the principle of the thing!"
Liam laughed as I stomped my foot, wrapping an arm around my waist as we walked along said riverbank. He leaned down and kissed my cheek tenderly.
"Okay, if you say so. But it doesn't matter, because we're not here for us, we're here for Louis and Emma."
I sighed, looking up at the starry sky. He was right after all. Well of course he was right, Liam is always right.
"I still can't believe they're engaged." I thought out loud. "I mean it took the idiot three months to ask her on a date, but only a year to ask her to marry him. Where is the logic in that?"
He chuckled beside me. "Well I suppose there is no logic when it comes to love."
I groaned, shoving him away from me. "Ew, don't be gross and cheesy, you loser!"
"Loser?" He asked incredulously. "Did you just call me a loser?"
I took a few steps forward before turning to face him, a smirk on my face. "I don't know, loser. Did I?"
"You better not run, Carter." He taunted with a smile, taking one step towards me as I took one step back. "Because we both know if you run, I'll have to chase you down."
I laughed loudly, shaking my head. "Oh c'mon Brown Eyes, you're always chasing me! You should be used to it by now."
With that, I threw him a cheeky wink and spun on my heel, racing up the riverbank to where our friends said they would be by now. I heard Liam curse under his breath as he took off after me, and I couldn't help but laugh wildly, my hair whipping around me in the cool night air, the sounds of the river rushing beside me, not menacing like they used to be.
I could hear him getting closer behind me and I pushed my legs to work even harder, knowing that he would have already caught me by now if he didn't enjoy the chase as much as I did. Just as the bonfire came into view up ahead I squealed, his strong arms wrapping around my waist, pulling me down to the sandy bank below.
Liam rolled the two of us over so that I was pinned beneath him, his hands loosely holding my wrists down. I huffed dramatically, my hair covering my face. Liam chuckled and let go of one of my wrists to gently brush the strands back.