Summary: Emma can’t help but wonder where she ranks. Killian reveals.
Warnings: Mentions of bigotry.
It’s not like she’s kept track, per se.
Emma Swan has never cared about black books or numbers: for herself or her partners. After her first (and rather disastrous) relationship, men had been a one-and-done sort of deal. No sordid swapping of past tales. No coffee and eggs in the morning. And definitely no numbers (she had donated a fair amount to the Save Haiti Hotline when one guy was persistent about her digits.)