You pulled your jacket tighter around you as the crisp winter wind surrounded you, with cheeks flushed and hair a mess you continued your morning commute, too busy sipping your coffee and focusing on the music playing through your headphones to notice anyone around you.
It was just another Thursday morning for you, making your way to work and praying the coffee perked you up even a little bit before you got there. It had been a rough week, you loved your job, truly, publishing wasn’t easy but your job was what you wanted to be doing.
What wasn’t fun however, was working late every night this week and coming home to an empty house and a cold bed. Luke was on tour, you couldn’t even remember what corner of the world he was in right now, all you really knew is that you missed him. You missed him a lot.
Pulling your bag higher onto your shoulder, you walked into the huge doors of your building, nodding at the staff along the way and sipping on your coffee, you couldn’t wait to just get to your office and dive into your work, so maybe, just maybe you could get Luke off your mind.
Making your way through various cubicles and forcing countless fake smiles and overly chipper “Good Morning’s!” you finally arrived to your office, only to find the door wide open, and a huge vase full of your favorite flowers sitting right in the middle of your desk.
Furrowing your eyebrows, you quickly sat your stuff down, and picked up the card that had come with the flowers. Running your thumb over the messy handwriting, you couldn’t help but smile to yourself, Luke always knew just how to make your day, even if it was just with the words, “I miss you.”
“I, ah, I wanted to surprise you.” Your head snapped up as you heard that familiar accent coming from your doorway. Smirking, Luke continued as he sauntered over to you, “But you, my little control freak, are very hard to surprise.” He swiped his tongue over his lips as he stopped right in front of your desk.
“So, I literally had to bribe three of the secretaries here to make them keep a secret, but it was totally worth the look on your face right now baby girl.” he laughed happily. Shaking your head you quickly made your way around your desk to him. Throwing your arms over his shoulders, and his circling your waist, you brought him in for your first kiss in months.
Breaking the kiss with a smile, you shook your head once again, not fully believing he was actually here. “I missed you, so much.” you breathed “I can’t believe you’re here right now.” He chuckled before kissing you again, “Well believe it baby, I’m here,” you squeezed him tighter and rested your head on his chest as he held you to him, “I’m here.”