Rachel Hawthorne

“I had a really nice time,” I said with a very serious face.
He chuckled lightly. “Yeah, me, too. Maybe we could go out again sometime.”
I almost burst out laughing. “I’d like that.”
“Good night, Dani,” he said quietly.
Then he took me in his arms and gave me a good-night kiss to remember.
When he stepped back, I was really sorry to see him go, but I knew we couldn’t stay out there forever.
“Good night,” I said. I turned to the door, slipped my key into the lock, then turned back around. “You’ll call me, right?”
He laughed, ducked his head slightly, and grinned at me. “Yeah, I’ll call you.”
“If you don’t, I’ll short-sheet your bed.”
With that, I slipped inside, closed the door, and pressed my ear against it, wondering if he was really going to get in his car and drive around the block.
I heard a car door slam, heard him start the engine…
I was giddy, so very happy. It seemed silly for him to drive around the block, but on the other hand, it seemed like the perfect way to actually signal the end of our date. I mean, we weren’t married, but we were living in the same house.”

Rachel Hawthorne, The Boyfriend League
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