Day 6 Prompt: Floral Rating: M Word Count: 4,464 words Read This First:Hannah Montana prompt Summary: Levi is bad with words, so he uses flowers.
Mikasa is in Vienna when the first bouquet arrives, bright and soft pinks of ranunculus and roses, sunny daffodils, purple forget-me-nots. (How ironic, she thinks, running her finger over the outstretched petals of the violet bloom.) Tucked between two fat blossoms is a small white card. She plucks it from the bouquet and opens it with unsure fingers; flowers are not Erwin’s preferred form of motivation, and she cannot recall doing anything recent of note that would necessitate such a gift. Inside the card, there is a short handwritten missive, the letters spiky and cramped:
Thinking of you. -Levi
Mikasa snorts. “Probably from his management,” she mutters, then tosses the card in the wastepaper bin.
Bring ¾ cup cream to simmer in large saucepan. Reduce heat to low. Add chocolate and stir until melted and smooth. Gradually whisk in coffee. Ladle coffee mixture into cups. Top with dollops of whipped cream. Sprinkle cream with cinnamon and serve.