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located in Tinsley's Villa, a part of Loving Thy Enemy, one of the many universes on RPG.

Tinsley's Villa

a Large villa, owned by the Tinsley Family

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Character Portrait: Niko von Lunkhofen Character Portrait: Celeste Lianne Tinsley
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Los Angeles - 9:30 PM - Tinsely Villa


Celeste smiled brightly, adoring how her Niko was so playful with her brother Greg. She found herself intrigued with the commentary about german language, and was quickly wondering what other languages her mystery man may speak. Perhaps that will come up in the bedroom. She blushed at the thought, and quickly brought her attention back to the conversation. As they gathered themselves to leave, Celeste couldn't stop her mind from wondering, and she nearly missed the cue to lead the way out towards the gardens.

She grabbed his arm with ease, cozying up to him was no problem by this point of the night. Celeste looked over at Niko, studying his profile. He was certainly a strong man, his genetics would make painfully beautiful children. Dark features always made for mysterious vampires, after all. She knew this was the purpose of vampire marriage, and found that the idea of procreation was more feasible with such an ideal partner.

Celeste was pleased to see that the gardeners took her requests seriously. There were far more lanterns than usual, the flickering lights illuminated the garden so brightly that they would have likely been able to see all on a moonless night. The various flowers were all bright and colorful, dotting themselves along the mass of green shrubbery surrounding them. They had added in blossoming fruit trees per her late request, and she was amazed that the team was able to achieve such a feat on short notice. Pink flowers littered the pathways, making the evening stroll even more romantic.

As they wound through the maze of foliage, they finally found the marble benches in the center, and paused for a moment. As this, Niko took the opportunity to speak. She turned to him, holding his hands. When he let go, for a moment it killed Celeste. But she was thrilled when she found he was simply retrieving an item from his jacket pocket. Her heart soared, when she realized he was giving her a traditional proposal, ring and all.

The ring was gold, and featured an impressively large diamond framed by bright sapphires. It glittered in the moonlight, much like how Niko's eyes caught the light, it was mesmerizing. She offered her hand to him wordlessly, too entranced to do anything but let Niko put the ring on for her. Celeste smiled, tears forming in her eyes as she watched the ring slide onto her delicate finger.

All memories of the fit she had thrown earlier were gone; Celeste had no understanding of why she was so hesitant to marry this man. He was kind, sweet, and kept her on her toes thus-far. The tears flowed freely now, and she smiled at Niko, both love and tears flowed from her green eyes. Finally, she spoke.

"Of course I'll accept this amazing gift," She looked at her brother and sister-in-law, who were holding hands and smiling knowingly. "I just wish I had something to give you. Something just as beautiful." She looked around manically, at finally pinpointed a particularly lovely bundle of lavender. She walked over, and plucked them without a second thought. Celeste giggled audibly, and sat down on the bench. Like a madwoman, she began to weave the lavender together until she had made a basic crown. She motioned Niko over, laughing at the curious look on his face.

"Here," she said, placing the purple flowers on his head. "A crown for my king." At this she offered him a small kiss, thrilled with the look on his face. "They may die one day, but as long as you'll have me I'll be here to make crowns to rest upon your brow."

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