@gabriel-r3ap3r-reyes (I did this in a slightly different way, but I hope you enjoy it nonetheless.)
“I’m sick of living like this,” Jack whispered as he gripped Gabriel’s hand. Their eyes met, and he felt his heart flip. He always knew Gabriel was handsome, but times like this forces him to look deeper. “I hate only getting to see you a few minutes every day.”
Sighing, Gabriel nodded and kissed Jack’s forehead, his eyes closed. He would have to leave soon, but he didn’t want to see the sad look his love gave him every time.
“It’s too dangerous right now, Jack. I’m with Talon right now, and you know how Overwatch would react. God, this has to end soon.” He brushed back the stray hairs that swept across Jack’s forehead, leaning down to gently kiss him.
“I love you, Gabi,” Jack whispered, his voice broken.
“And I love you, Jack.”
It all happened at once. One second, they were on two sides of the battlefield, guns raised and ready. A few soldiers had fallen already, but neither side backed down.
Gabriel glanced at the golden-haired man he loved, and he frowned. He was sick of hiding, especially from the people that knew them best.
His heart stopped when he saw the sniper on the roof, and he knew who they were aiming for. Moving quickly, he darted across the field, ignoring the strange looks the Talon agents gave him.
Gabriel’s arms were around Jack as the bullet sliced through the air, barely missing either of them. For a moment, the space was still as he stared down at Jack, their lips so close.
“Gabriel?” He asked, his voice shaking.
“What is going on?” A Talon agent asked, glaring at the two men.
Gabriel rose to his feet, helping Jack stand. He had moved without thinking, and he knew he had exposed the two truths.
The first one being that he was undercover, his true affiliation for Overwatch.
The second one being that he was in love with Jack Morrison, and he refused to let anyone take him away.
“Go!” Jack yelled, and the Overwatch agents continued their attack, bringing down the enemy. He turned his head and stared up at Gabriel, smiling softly. “Thank you for saving me.”
“Anytime, farm boy.”