ok but ppl aren’t freaking out enough abt the apple purse!!! Like Lana literally planned out her outfit and was like oh yeah also for my purse I wanna take an apple like??? SHE BROUGHT A FUCKIN APPLE CLUTCH TO COMIC CON WHAT A NERD
Hii can i ask for the prompt CS neighbors with Secret relationship :) thankss
Title: The Rules Summary: There are five rules to being successful friends with benefits. At this rate, Emma is going to break them all. Rating: M Word count:~5,500 A/N:
There’s no need to be shy anon, come talk to me :)
Thank you both for the prompts and sorry it took so long! I hope you don’t mind I combined them. Hope you both like it! (a03)
The Rules are the
most important part of being friends with benefits.
1. Never Sleep
with a Neighbor
The guy in
apartment 201B was hot, anyone with eyes could see that, but that didn’t mean
Emma had to do anything about it. Aside from the stray nod in greeting when
passing in the hallway, she was perfectly content to ogle him from afar.
About a month
after she moved in, a package for K Jones Apt 201B ended up on her doorstep.
Instead of setting it outside his door, Emma, perhaps stupidly, decided to
Even knowing that
his name was Killian didn’t have to change things. Emma could just say hello
when they passed in the hall, and that would be that.
Emma was an idiot
and forgot her card for access to the building two weeks later. She was
stranded in the vestibule for an hour and a half waiting for someone to rescue
her. Of course it would be Killian.
should exchange numbers love?” he said, and damn that
accent would be the death of her.
Emma raised her
brow, saying nothing in return.
emergency purposes, of course.” He held up his hands in surrender as she
passed him to begin walking up the stairs.
course,” Emma said sarcastically, plodding up the stairs with him
following behind. “And you have absolutely no other motive for asking me
for my number?“
Emma reached her
door and turned back to face him, arms crossed in front of her chest. He swayed
a little closer flirtatiously. “Well I wouldn’t say that,