From the prompt “Person A always wears sunglasses so Person B has never seen their eyes.
Finally, A takes off their glasses and B is so flustered and shocked
that they just stare into A’s eyes for the rest of the day” by @otpprompts
They had already been working together for a couple weeks and Steve had never taken his sunglasses off once. Not once. Danny couldn’t figure out what that was about. Sure, it was Hawaii and the sun was always shining, and Danny understood the importance of always being protected. But they spent a really long time indoors; interviewing witnesses, at HQ, going over evidence and writing reports. He’d wear them even at night! It just didn’t make sense. There’s no way the glasses weren’t making it harder for Steve to see when they were indoors, but he still stubbornly kept them on. Of course Danny could’ve just asked why that was, but for some reason he couldn’t bring himself to do it. To be honest, it had started driving Danny out of his mind. Not only because he was insanely curious about the reason, but because he just wanted to see the damned eyes. He had never realized it before, but it was weird never seeing someone’s eyes. It was like something was missing, like he couldn’t get the whole of Steve without seeing the color of his eyes, the shape. And god, he just needed it. He needed to see those eyes. But the stupid sunglasses were there. They were always there.