Where We Met (Jason x Reader) Fluff
Summary: Jason takes you to his favorite park.
Word Count: 769
Your hand was warm as Jason’s curled around it. You leaned into your long time boyfriend’s shoulder as he led you around the beautiful park. You couldn’t help but admire the flowers in full bloom around you.
“I used to come here all the time when I was a kid,” Jason broke the brief, comfortable silence that had settled over you. You looked up at him. He was looking forward. His pink lips were turned up in a grin as he remembered something nice. You couldn’t help but smile with him.
“I can see why,” you answered. “These flowers are gorgeous,” you added as you reached out to a rose bush as you passed it. The petals of a yellow flower graced your fingertips like a soft kiss. As soon as it was out of your reach, you looked back up to Jason.
He caught sight of a small foot bridge that crossed over a lazy moving stream. He led you across it and you paused to watch the water carry a fallen bloom away. You let him lead you away, through the many trails that criss crossed through the dazzling park. It was quiet here, like the city didn’t exist around it. You had no doubts why Jason loved it so much.
“I used to get lost in this place for hours,” he admitted. “When the weather was nice, I’d even find a soft patch of grass and sleep out here,” he added. You could only imagine a young, scruffy Jason stargazing in a park surrounded by flowers. It made a loving smile spread over your lips.
“My favorite spot though is just right through here,” he continued. He led you off the path and into some underbrush. After just a few feet, the short cherry blossom trees opened up to the busy streets of Gotham. As you looked around, your brows crushed together.
“The city?” you asked confused. You turned to see him chuckling. He pointed to a small stand that sold pretzels. You recognized it as one you would stop by after work before the Joker destroyed your office.
“That’s the exact place where I first saw you, (Y/n),” he admitted. Your cheeks turned pink. He had remembered even this small detail of your relationship. “You were picking up a pretzel on your way home from work and I was getting lost in the park,” he explained. “I heard your voice through the trees and I could’ve sworn you were an angel,” he sighed with a lazy grin. Your cheeks were thoroughly red as your heart swelled with passionate love for him. He never stopped making you feel like his entire world.
“I don’t recall meeting you here,” you told him. “I thought we met at the bookstore?” you added. He grinned.
“We did,” he nodded. “But this is the spot where our lives crossed paths for the first time,” he explained. “Right here,” he pointed to the sidewalk. You couldn’t help but look down at his worn boots. Before you could look back up at him, he knelt in front of you. Your heart began to tumble wildly in your chest.
“(Y/n), I spent my whole life denying love was real, and then I saw you. Not only did I believe in love, but love at first sight,” he smiled. “You just walked right into my life, and I knew instantly that I always wanted you here,” he continued as he looked down. He pulled something out of his pocket and presented it to you. Your heart stopped dead in its tracks at the sight of the little black velvet box.
“Nothing would make me happier in this world than to spend the rest of my life with you,” he opened it to reveal a shiny diamond ring. “Would you marry me?” he asked. You cheeks hurt from the large smile that stretched across your face. You nodded like a mad person.
“Yes! Yes, of course!” you shrieked. He beamed up at you and stood to claim a deep, passionate kiss. It made your knees go weak. When he pulled back, he slipped the ring on your left ring finger. It was a perfect fit. You couldn’t help but admire how amazing it looked rested on your finger. You looked back up and stole another kiss from his lips.
“I love you so much, Jason,” you sighed as he rested his forehead against yours. His arms were wrapped tightly around you.
“I love you too, doll,” he whispered. You had never seen anything more beautiful than the smile that graced his features.