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Imagine checking into a hotel to find yourself neighbors with Tom. He’s on a publicity tour for his new movie, and as it happens, you’re doing the same to promote your new novel. You happened to meet one night after you’d had one too many glasses of wine in the hotel bar, and couldn’t get your key card to work - you were trying to use it in Tom’s door instead of your own. Being the charming gentleman that he is, he opened the door to your room for you, making sure you got into bed safe and sound, even inviting you to have brunch with him the following morning.

Originally posted by hiddlestennant

Requested by @rusty-james13 <3

Imagine Tom being the owner of your favorite book store. He sees you coming in quite frequently, but never sees you buy anything - just walking around with an extensive list of novels you’d like to read. You don’t have enough money to buy all the books you want, so you just come in to browse, adding an impossible number of titles to your list. One day you come in to find a beautifully wrapped package sitting on your chair in the café - a gift from Tom, of every single book you had on your list.

Imagine making Tom late to stage for a live show. He looked so handsome in his suit that you simply couldn’t control yourself; you unzip his pants and fall to your knees in front of him. Stage hands come pounding on the door in desperate need of your husband before he finally finishes, struggling to regain composure before walking out the door. Watching from the monitor in his dressing room, you giggle to yourself as he finally slides onto camera, ready for his interview.

Imagine spending an entire night talking to Tom. You were anticipating a more active evening, but once the two of you started talking, it just didn’t stop. You told him about your childhood, your dreams, and past relationships that were never meant to work out. He told you things he’s never told anyone - his darkest fears and deepest insecurities. Just as the sun was rising, you were sharing your visions of your ideal futures, which happened to share many similarities.

Imagine going on vacation with Tom and his family. You’ve hardly had any time alone together since arriving, and you’re just starving for some one-on-one attention. Before breakfast, you tease him with a little nibble on his ear as your hand slides into his pajama bottoms. He’s hesitant at first - his family is in the next room, after all. It just takes a few more strokes to convince him that he needs you as much as you need him. He just makes you promise to be as quiet as possible so no one finds out.