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Struck (Part Two)

EXO Fanfiction: Fantasy AU
Main pairing - Female Reader x Kim Jongdae/Chen
A mysterious group move into your apartment building and you find yourself drawn to them, one in particular… but is it safe? Who are they really?

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‘Well, here you guys go!’

Jongdae looked around Chanyeol’s out-stretched arm, his eyebrows raised in surprise.

‘Wow, it’s changed so much!’

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8 years, Part 1

I was watching Girl Meets First Date and decided to make an eight year ‘plan’ of Riley and Lucas. I mean, with my own twist and with prompts of The 100 ways to say I love you, but eh. I was in an inspired mood.

From the 100 ways to say I love you:

1) “No, no. Its my treat.”


Riley’s plan to end up happily married with Lucas did not have its best start. First they had to get to know each other.

And what better way than going to a Museum of Arts that both she and Farkle had wanted to go to.

It was a start, and like that Riley could get a sense of his thoughts on things.

So far so good, right? Wrong.

“Mom, do we really need a chaperones?” Riley asked for the eleventh time that weekend since Cory and Topanga had told the kids they would also tag along with Auggie and Ava.

“Of course not, honey.” Topanga said with an understanding smile. “We just want to go, too. And I know it meddles us in on your quality time with Lucas” (Riley blushed here) “but I swear it was unintentional.”

Riley sighed, feeling like a jerk for thinking that her parents had ulterior motives. Maybe it was because it sometimes felt like everyone chose what she learned and how much she knew. Sure, Riley was innocent and believed too much in things others didn’t, but she didn’t need to be coddled. And she wished that they would stop treating her like she did.

But she put on a smile and beamed at her Mom.

“You’re right, its not all about Lucas and me.”

“Part of it will be.” Maya reminded Riley when she wrapped a hand around her shoulder, appearing almost out of nowhere.

It was. Partly. Since Cory didn’t keep from glaring at Lucas every once in a while whenever he could. When Riley and Lucas were left alone observing a beautiful painting. Or when they sped up ahead amazed by everything and wanting to take it all in. That was mostly Riley, but Lucas was a champ and kept up with her.

Topanga and Maya quickly put stop to it, of course.

It was toward the end of their outing and had reached the gift shop. They were all ready to go and eat, but everyone was enjoying looking through all the little trinkets and shirts and decorations that it seemed they were never going to leave.

Riley was almost done perusing the whole shop when she saw a small square tablet, about the size of her pinky finger, and engraved in the brown glittery surface were the words: “Make your own history.”

She stared at it entranced, the little thing making her so happy and ready to achieve that. Riley Matthews was going to make her own history.

She was debating buying it, when Auggie ran to her side.

“Riley?” Auggie looked up at her with an adorable pout. Uh oh. Riley sighed softly, giving him her whole attention.

“Yes, Auggie?”

“I want to buy a shirt that has the picture of some of the paintings, but I don’t have enough money.” He explained waving his arms to illustrate his point. “Can you help me pay for it? I’ll pay you back. I promise.”

Riley thought about this for a moment. “Show me the shirt.”

Auggie led her by the hand to the shirt stand full of awesome shirts and pointed to the one he wanted. Riley looked through the pile only finding medium sized shirts.

“But they’re all too big for you, Auggie.” She pointed out turning to her little brother.

“That’s even better. I’ll be able to grow into it. And I’ll have it forever.”

Riley was impressed by his way of thinking.

“So, you promise that you’ll keep it for a long time?” Riley asked, but she knew in her heart she was already going to buy it for him.

“Forever and ever.” Auggie promised. Eyes wide and gleaming with excitement. Riley glanced at her parents who were watching along with Ava and then where the little tablet was before nodding.


Auggie gasped in delight and jumped in her awaiting arms. Riley laughed holding on tight. And together they went to pay for the shirt.


They grabbed take out and went to the Matthews apartment to eat. Auggie could barely sit down to eat since he kept looking at his new shirt.

Everyone was enjoying all their small souvenirs. Even Maya, who had bought new color pencils, and Farkle who bought a book full of artwork. Lucas had bought a cup that said “Life is a painting.”

Riley didn’t feel bad she hadn’t had enough money for her small tablet. She could go another day and get it. She was glad the rest of her friends were happy. That’s all that mattered to her.

And that’s when it happened. Lucas appeared by her side and Riley smiled at him. Not being able to help the butterflies that appeared in her stomach and her sudden shyness. Lucas was her friend, but it was hard acting normal when butterflies and shyness took over.

It was another reason she wanted to be cool like Maya.

“I got you something, Riley.” He began to dig through his little museum baggy where he stored his cup, and pulled something out. Something small, small enough to be covered in his hand.

“What is it?” Riley asked, barely keeping her voice neutral and her mind from jumping to conclusions. But her smile, it won its way out and she knew what it was even before Lucas revealed what was in his hand.

Lucas smiled back, knowingly, and opened his hand for Riley to see.

“Oh, Lucas. Thank you!” Riley cried out taking the small tablet in her hands and smiling up at Lucas. “You didn’t have to!”

“No, Riley, I wanted to. It’s my treat.” He looked down at the small brown, glittery tablet and shrugged. “It makes you happy and that’s all that matters.“ He stood up and squeezed her shoulder before going to sit with Farkle.

Maya arrived then and she gave Riley the widest smile.

“How you doing, honey?”

“I’m so happy, Maya.” Riley showed her the small tablet. “Isn’t this the cutest thing ever?”

Maya looked down at the small engraving and wrapped a hand around her shoulders. “It’s true, too.”

They shared another smile, before they joined the others as they discussed what was the best part of their outing that day.

Riley couldn’t decide. Today had been very special to her.


A/N: this was supposed so be a long one shot of eight little prompts taken from the 100 ways to say I love you. Since I thought I could pull it off. My other ones had been short, so I thought why not? Apparently, now that I know what I want to write about and have a purpose it became a little longer than planned.

So, I’m going to keep them all in different postsfor now. Which is fine. Each of these sayings deserve their own post. Hope you guys like it.