Everyone lies in relationships. No. No. I don’t. Or, at least, I don’t want to be someone who does. So… “So”? “So” what? I love you. I love you so much. Okay, now you’re scaring me. Just… Hey, let me say this.
Chapters: 6 out of 14 [ao3] Chapter Word Count: 801 Total Word Count: 7043 Rating: Teen (for now) Pairings: Oliver/Felicity, (background) Thea/Original Character
Summary: Felicity Smoak has an identical twin named Fiona. They spend a lot of time with each other and get along for the most part, though, they are complete opposites. On one particular night in a club they run into the Queen siblings; things hit off… at least for two of them.
Author’s Note: the tiniest chapter there ever was…
Oliver was staring again. He couldn’t help it. Felicity was
beautiful. She was standing in his office, shuffling through some papers. It
was early in the afternoon, so the light coming through the windows was shining
on her in the most perfect way. Just a slight glint, making her hair shine.
When she walked in a few moments before the light caught her eyes and he swore
those gorgeous light blue hues sparkled.
Not to mention that smile. She actually smiled brightly when she saw him. It was probably because their
little arrangement was coming to an end. He knew a lot more than he did when
they started and he had some ideas for the company and the new board. That
didn’t mean he wasn’t disappointed.
He was sure that Felicity didn’t hate him anymore, but at this
point he wasn’t sure if she was tolerating him or if she genuinely might like
him. When he texted Fiona, she seemed to think he was in Felicity’s good
graces, but he just couldn’t be certain.
Please keep my city, Guadalajara, Mexico, in your thoughts, right now there are shootings and narcobloqueos (burning vehicles blocking roads) happening all over the city because an important member of a drug cartel was captured by the authorities. We are being asked not to leave our homes because this people won’t go down without fighting. They shot down a military helicopter killing three people right now. Pray for the safety of my people.