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Wren Marie Gibbs

"Just because I wear a uniform, doesn't mean I agree with the law."

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a character in “Prohibition”, as played by xRoo

Description

23, Female, Cop

Blonde hair, crystal blue eyes with an observant gaze.
Tall figure, slender, elegant though it does have an edge.
Jeans, blue sweaters, and boots complete her attire.

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Personality

Wren is a quiet being though she does have an edge. If provoked, you can be sure she will give you a mouthful. She's smart, funny and quite good at changing conversations to go the way she wants them too. She's observant, though she tries her hardest not to be. She can't help it at times, it just happens.

When she's not working at the station, (police), she has a true, kind and loving heart. She's sweet, funny, gentle and there is a lot more to her than just a pretty face.

Equipment

Revolver.
A knife kept in her boot.

History

You know that saying, "Don't judge a book by it's cover?" Well, in Wren's case, that would be the biggest mistake any one has ever made. Growing up as a child, Wren was raised by her father and her two older brothers. Now, if a young woman was raised by three men, they can be as sure as hell that she can put up her end of the fight. Her father worked in the law enforcement for a good few years before he was injured in a moonshine accident. He was bedridden for a few months, the brothers were off doing their own thing by that time, which left Wren to look after her father. Fourteen and she was running the household. Her father had put the thought in her head that she would make a good cop, keeping people out of trouble and in check. She believed him at the time. Seventeen years old and she was studying to become a cop, a woman in uniform. Twenty years old, that whole "do good" attitude took a turn.

Wren was wandering one of the streets late at night, she wasn't old enough to drink yet but she was introduced to what most would call moonshine. She liked the taste but it wasn't really her thing. However, some of the people were good and needed a drink to take off their edge. Some had a long day at work, some had a wife who nagged a bit too much for their own good, and others just didn't have life's greatest moments. Alcohol did some help for them and she could see that. She also could see just how wrong the law enforcement treated some of the poor lives of folks back home and it just didn't cut it for her.

She became an "easy cop". One that kept people out of trouble, but at the same time, allowed them their freedom. Not the greatest idea, but it kept people happy. She was sure if her father heard about her change of events, she would get an ear full. Did that stop her? No.

Two years of working with those of alcohol consumers done her some good. She was able to steer trouble in a different direction and still kept people safe. She became known to keep Kaiden out of trouble, especially when his hosting was in session. She was called "Little Bird", and the phrase "Oh, a little bird told me..." grew one of liking throughout the years. And yeah, Wren likes a drink here and there.

So begins...

Wren Marie Gibbs's Story

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Oh where oh where as Lenore gone? Oh where, oh where can she be?

Leonore was actually doing a business run for the J&J bar. Forrest trusted her enough to allow her to make the run, but he also knew it would be a safe one, well, mostly safe. She told him not to tell Michael…worried that he would fret over her safety. Leo had made the run out of town, which took about a week of traveling and delivering. It was a box of moonshine and some other alcohol to a man named Brady, who ran his own bar. Half their money went to the J&J because it was their alcohol they were selling. Leo had shaped her to wear better clothes, ones that weren’t so…ripped. She bought herself a white poofy sleeved shirt, jeans and boots that were comfortable enough for travel. Her hair was still as golden as ever, though she liked it because Michael enjoyed it. When she delivered the packages, she only had one problem. It was hard to find it. Of course, she had to answer a lot of questions about who she was, and how long she’s been working, but other than that, it went smoothly.

With the money she saved up from the work she did, she was able to buy Michael a gift. She wasn’t sure if he’d like it, though she hoped he did. She found it at a small shop, filled with random different items and figurines. She bought Michaela bear carved out of wood; at the end was a black leather that hooked to the bear. He might not wear it, but at least he’d have it. At the back, her name was carved, along with his own. She had it wrapped in a red box, with a white ribbon. She could only hope he would like it. After the shop, her goal was to go on home. Home to Michael.

As soon as she made it to the station, she dropped off her clothes in the bedroom, slipped the box in her pocket and headed to the bar.
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“Damn it,” Wren called from the copy room as the machine continued its annoying, repetitive beeping. For weeks now, no months, there was always a problem with the copy machine. No matter what anyone did, the machine was a familiar to existence. The problems ranged from printing out random codes, pictures, flashing lights, but this time, the problem was that it wouldn’t stop copying. No matter what button she pushed, it just wouldn’t stop shooting out sheets of paper. Unplugging didn’t even work, it was running on some sort of back up and it was beginning to annoy her to hell. She kicked the heel of her boot into the machine and groaned, dropping her paperwork to the ground. Two years and she still hadn’t mastered the copy machine.
Papers of the schedule flew all about the copy room, sprawling across the floor and shelves, counters. This was going to annoy her way too much, she had to get out of the copy room before she went ballistic. Wren moved to her feet and stepped outside the room and closed the door behind her. She groaned, turned and slapped her hand into the door. “This thing is bugging the hell out of me.”

One of the custodians walked passed her and chuckled lightly. “Trouble with the copier?”

“Yes, can you fix it please?”

“I don’t know how to fix the copier.” With that, he walked off.


((Miss me? As soon as Enna is an "A-Okay Go" Situation, I will post for her.

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Leo couldn’t find Michael anywhere, she wondered where he was because he wasn’t in the bar and he wasn’t in his room. She sighed softly and hurried back up the stairs, making sure Michael wasn’t in his room. When she opened the door, her cheeks blushed softly. She remember the last time they’ve been together in this room…more than just talking happened there. It was their first time, their first joining and she loved the memory of it. She remembered having to bite the pillow to keep from making loud noises, for their sake. She sighed quietly and closed the door, slowly heading down to the bar. She sat the wrapped box on the counter and made herself a small drink. She hadn’t had one in a while and she needed to get off her nerves. She was scared, for Michael and it worried her so. She took the shot quickly, swallowed down and slowly released a breath of air.

Wren sighed quietly and shook her head. No one knew how to fix the stupid copy machine and it just bugged her. She took a deep breath and closed the copy room’s door and knocked on one of the offices. Austin’s office… they hardly ever talked, shared a glance or two but nothing more. She hated asking for help but the machine was just wasting paper. She had no problem in paying back the printed papers, she just knew it had to stop before it got too out of control.
“You wouldn’t happen to know how to stop the machine, would you?” She asked, her knuckles tapping the door lightly.

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Enna had to blow off steam and went into the opposite direction than Michael was coming from. She moved around the house and climbed up into the large oak tree, the one she claimed as her own. She drove the end of her dagger into the wood and released an annoyed breath of air. She knew, without angry and annoyed she was, she would have probably dropkicked the chick to the ground without any warning. Who the hell was she anyway?

The female buried her face into her hands and sighed heavily, counting backwards and forwards, and speaking in French to calm down her nerves… the things Enna did to calm the hell down.
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Leonore had heard the yelling, Forrest, Enna, Elizabeth. She figured it’d be best to get out of the house and away from the drama. She didn’t need any drama right now. She wanted Michael. That was who she wanted to see and wanted to be with right now, Michael. It’d been a good few days since she laid eyes on him. She wanted their time. Their moments. And their memories to grow.

She snuck out of the bar and slipped outside the J&J as quickly as possible. She went in the opposite direction of Enna, afraid to get her head torn off if she made the wrong move. She bumped right into Michael, what luck! Her head hit his chest and she breathed in a gasp. She recognized that scent immediately…no one smelled as wonderful as Michael…

Her head slowly lifted up and her eyes settled on Michael’s facial features and her lips turned into a smile. She didn’t have to say anything as she heard the commotion inside. She slid her arms around his neck and pressed her lips against his immediately, kissing him with needed passion. Oh, how she missed him.

“Mm..” She whispered, her eyes opening shortly after. “Let’s go for a walk…” She whispered.
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Wren was thrilled Austin didn’t yell for her to get out. She gave a sigh of relief and nodded. She pointed to the copy room beside his office and pressed her lips together before she responded.

“No one can fix the damn thing.” She muttered softly. “It keeps printing and printing and not even unplugging that thing can stop it. The custodian, Jacob, won’t help at all.”

She then realized what she had said at the end of that rant. Jacob never helped with anything…he was just there. No one understood why either. If he didn’t know how to do his job, why did no one fire him? Maybe it was his humour.
Her lips formed a smile and her rant ceased. “I feel stupid for even asking him.” She answered softly.

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Leonore couldn’t believe the warmth she felt with Michael right then. They were finally a “they”, finally back in each other’s arms like they should be and she was able to relax around him. For the run, she was so nervous it was hard to be her lighthearted self, but with Michael, she didn’t have to hide. She kept a hold of his hand as they walked away from the bar and down the road. All the while, she linked her fingers with his and talked about the run. She was so frightened. She told him about the trip there with the boxes, the questioning with one of the cops but he seemed alright in the head, delivering the packages and the small disagreement with prices. She would occasionally bump into him once in awhile, lovingly of course.

The walk continued on, until they rounded on a small place of familiarity. Leo smiled widely as soon as her eyes settled on the park in front of them. She squeezed his hand and slowly moved in front of him. Her eyes stared up into his gaze, those purely brightly colored eyes. She cleared her throat softly and reached a hand in her back pocket, carefully pulling the wrapped present from her pocket. “I’ve bought you something…” She whispered.

She placed a hand against his cheek and pulled his head down to hers, standing on her tiptoes to kiss his lips lovingly…longingly. She could feel the warmth down to her toes. She wrapped her arms around his neck once more, squeezing him gently as she planted her kiss of passion. She carefully leaned back, wiping the corner of his mouth. She then placed the present into the palm of his hand, the box that contained the carved bear with their names.

“I love you, Michael.” She whispered softly.
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Wren laughed softly as Austin answered her comment about asking Jacob. She followed him into the copy room and covered her face with her hands. The floor was white with sheets of paper, the printer still continued to shoot out numerous pages of papers about the room. The girl tapped her head gently before she shook her head. “It’s bound to run out of paper.” She muttered, “Though Jenny constantly keeps it packed with papers. It’s really something, how often this machine goes out. Why don’t they just get rid of it?” She wondered.

She pushed papers together with her foot, piling them up in the corner as best as she could do. She was slender, thin for a cop but she was able to handle herself well in her time of need. Her hands gathered the papers quickly, and she quickly rolled her eyes. So much wasted paper…what to do with it all.

“That machine is a money waster if you ask me.” She muttered, feeling eyes at the back of her head. She glanced over her shoulder, the custodian shaking his head slowly. He smirked and headed off to the other end of the office.

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They continued on together.

When Michael heard about the run, he raised an eyebrow, holding her hand gently yet firmly. It was something he suddenly worried about, asking her why she did all that. The box carrying, the cop questioning. Why would she? With the risks, he didn't like thinking about it but accepted the fact that she did it and had not too many issues so maybe he could trust her to handle such jobs. Sighing and giving in, his advertisement was invalid and he of all people knew that.

They walked and walked until he looked about, feeling the squeeze of his hand looked at the park. He grinned as she moved in font of him, staring back to Leonore, she seemed so beautiful, it was good to see that once again, it was something he missed. And watched as she reached into her pocket for something, he raised an eyebrow as she spoke, saying she bought him something. He was surprised, since he had nothing to give in return necessarily.

Then feeling a sort of magnetic force that pulled him down to Leonore, as the girl tiptoed to kiss his lips, he placed his arms around her waist as she wrapped hers, around his neck. Smiling after he was kissed again and chuckled as his mouth was wiped. Suddenly looking into his hands and looked opening the box and smiled brightly, seeing the carved bear with their names, he turned it around and looked to her, still holding it in his hands and kissed her again.

"I love you too." He included with a bright smile. But knew he'd get her something later.

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Austin raised an eyebrow at the snow of sheets on the floor. Observing the state it was in and still now, the paper was shooting out. He sighed. Nodding in agreement on how it'll be running out. "Probably pretty soon." He added in and as he heard about Jenny, he sighed. "I don't know, I really don't. These things are rubbish." He then grumbled in response.

d. Her hands gathered the papers quickly, and she quickly rolled her eyes. So much wasted paper…what to do with it all.
He watched as she picked up the papers and put them in a corner as best as she could and sighed. "You don't have to do that." He then grumbled as he watched the slender girl do it. He wondered how she even became a cop, being so slim and all. He then shrugged and looked at the machine, around it and all. He was thinking that just a good kick will do it some good.

As she spoke about it being a waste, he couldn't have agreed more. He shrugged. "I couldn't agree with you more, it's just a waste of everything." He then mentioned and thumped it lightly before sighing. He wasn't sure abut this at all, this dodgy machine. It was irritating as it still continued to print. "How long has it been dodgy for?" He then asked and thought about it for a moment, biting the innards of his lip as he silently gazed at the machine.

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Leonore smiled softly as soon as Michael said he loved her too. Oh those words just rang in her ears and she couldn’t have been more happy at that moment. She saw his smile when he looked down at the bear, glad that he liked it. She was worried he wouldn’t. Her hands stroked along his arms lovingly, carefully with such a light touch. Her hand reached up and gently tugged onto his collar, pulling him down just as she stood on her toes, to kiss him again.
This kiss wasn’t gentle. It wasn’t a careful, loving kiss, it was more of a needing kiss. It’d been so long since she kissed him, oh she just needed to. Her arms moved about his neck and she kept on her toes, careful not to pull him down as her lips matched his. Leonore must’ve looked adorable or ridiculous, standing like that just to match his height. But, you know, she didn’t really care.

One hand gently brushed against the back of his neck with care, tracing small circles about his skin. She enjoyed his warmth, the sudden warmth that covered her with happiness. She made a small sound, parting their lips lightly in order to take a breath. She giggled. There it was, a light giggle of shyness as her cheeks burned red.

Her hand brushed against his cheek softly as she still, remained on her toes. “I’ve been waiting a long time to kiss you, it’s hard to stop.” She murmured.
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“A month or a few weeks, give or take a day.” Wren answered. She finished stacking the papers but sighed as the machine still printed out sheets. Suddenly, the machine choked. It made a rattling noise and beeped loudly. It was out of paper. Wren gave a sigh of relief and leaned against the counter, her eyes tracing about the room. It was a mess. She knew the custodian wasn’t going to clean this up, so she’d have to do it herself. She didn’t mind. She was done with her paperwork and her files.

Austin seemed to be in a really bad mood and the best she could do was bit the inside of her lip to keep from making a comment. Wren took a moment to look him over. Austin was actually really attractive. She never really had the chance to look at him in the midst of the crazy work they had to do. She wondered if she could change his mood, even with a small gesture.

“Hey, you look like you could use something to drink. How about, once I finish picking up these papers, we go and get a coffee. My treat.” She suggested, her lips turning up into a small smile. If he didn’t accept, she’d try her best to brush it off. She also hoped he wouldn’t yell at her for suggesting anything at all. She just didn’t like that he was having a rough day.

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Michael smiled back as he felt the soft stroke of Leo's hand against his arm, it lightly tickled him so he bit his lip, then as her hand reached up to his collar, he went along with it and held her as she stood on her toes to kiss him. He felt the fire burn inside him once their lips touch, he felt the need and his heart pounded. He felt her arms around his neck as he still held the bear in hand. Though it was cute how she tiptoed and he mentally chuckled.

He also suddenly felt a hand gently brush the back of his neck, assuming it was also hers, he grinned as he felt traced circles over his skin. Chuckling himself as he heard her make a small sound, taking a breath as her lips parted, taking this opportunity to catch his own breath too, his heart was pounding to escape his chest.

Holding the hand against his face as he watched how she was still on her toes, mentioning how she'd been waiting a long time to kiss him, he chuckled and sighed. "I felt the same way." He admitted and squeezed her hand gently. This was amazing. He was really glad to see her again.
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Austin nodded and sighed, watching as even though Wren had picked up all the papers.. more were still falling everywhere. Then there was a rattling noise and he raised eyebrow. He read the message on the printer and laughed as it ran out of paper. He sighed, finally it was empty and they could stop worrying about it. He looked about himself and saw the same mess Wren saw and facepalmed. But he still watched as the girl picked up the papers around since the imbecile of a custodian wouldn't do it. "You don't have to pick it up, I'll get Delaney to." He mentioned and assumed she knew who his sister was, since most did anyways. Though she was still with the other officers talking and laughing, something she can't do around him often, which bothered him a lot.

Though he sighed. Maybe he could get someone to speak to her, knock some sense into her or something... he hated when she acted like this... because of people like Michael... even though she could be friends with whoever she waned to. He didn't like her having bad influences in life sometimes... it worried him and wondered if their father would ever look down at them in disgust.

Though suddenly Austin snapped out of his thoughts and looked to her, raising an eyebrow as she suggested a drink, go and get a coffee. He bent down to pick up some papers himself to at least look helpful if she didn't take the offer from before and saying it was her treat. It was considerate but was it a good idea? He might as well give it a go and nodded. "Alright then." He included and put on a weak smile. Times were tough and maybe he needed the relaxation and maybe this would work out. Then he looked to her, she was attractive... he would admit that.

But he was distracted as soon as a cop went by. Austin waved an arm and walked up to them. "Tell Dee that I'm going out yeah?" He then asked with a raised eyebrow, the cop nodded and walked off, entering the room that his sister was in and talking to her, she smiled to him and nodded. Austin watched and sighed out of relief before looking to Wren again.

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Michael was the most amazing man she had ever met, Leo would admit that a thousand times over. She still remained on her toes as she planted, yet, another kiss upon his lips. She could feel their warmth down to her toes, the need and passion that the two shared. It was true love and true love was hard to come by. Her left hand moved up into his hair, brushing through the strands as her right slid against the base of his neck.

She didn’t care who walked by, who saw them… she was in love and she didn’t care who knew it. If she wasn’t so shy at times, she’d probably yell it out for the world to hear. She was in love with Michael Johnson and there was nothing anyone could do about it.

She parted their lips slowly, almost reluctantly and kissed his nose with a giggle. Her arms made their way to lock about the back of his neck and she went flat on her feet. It was funny that she drop quite a bit, having to look up at him when she talked. She didn’t mind. Instead, she looked down at the small bear and smiled.

“I’m glad you like it. I wasn’t sure what you’d like…” She admitted. “It was kind of a wild guess, but a hopeful one.”

Her smile reached her lips. It lit up her entire face as she smiled, her eyes staring up into his with love and compassion. She breathed in and sighed in content, squeezing his shoulder lovingly.
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Wren didn’t mind picking up the last of the remaining papers. She knew Delaney and she also knew the girl would probably not want to clean up the mess of an office. She wrinkled her nose slightly and placed the papers in a recycling bin, (Though already, it was over flowing). She then turned to face Austin, did he just accepted her offer? A pleased smile touched her lips and she grinned. He was pretty attractive, she’d admit that but it was odd that he actually said yes, he’d go.

“Alright, well, let me grab my coat and we can head out. It’s a little walk, nothing too extroadinary.” She explained and watched as he went to go and tell his sister.

Wren hurried off into her office, let the door close behind her and just in time, her phone rang. She slid an arm into her coat and answered the phone swiftly, holding it between her shoulder and her ear. She answered with a simple, “Gibbs.” The call was short, fast, and Wren could only answer with a “Mhm, yes, alright, thank you”, before the caller hung up. She wrote something down on a sheet of paper, finished with her coat and dialed her phone quickly.
It rang, called Kaiden and ended up going to a voicemail. She blinked. Did they leave the phone off the hook again? She shrugged it off.

“Hey, one of the pretty ones called again, Valentine. Trying to file a missing person’s report to locate you and your…bedroom I guess. Just a heads up. Miss you. Talk to you soon.” Wren said and hung up the phone gently. Kaiden had a lot of people who enjoyed spending “time” with Kaiden, and once he got tired of them well…. They always seemed to call Wren to search for him. It was strange but hey, she promised she’d help out Kaiden the best she could.

She moved away from her desk and stepped out of the office, meeting up with Austin. She called to one of the table workers, one who answers calls and fills out files. “If Jane calls, don’t bother answering. It’s that time of the year again.” With that, she turned to Austin and smiled. “Ready?”

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Michael smiled at Leo as she placed another kiss upon his lips. He loved her, she was beautiful and a girl he settled down for easily. He blinked as he held her close, he felt their passion, their need, their love. His heart was beating loudly, well not to loud but loud enough he could feel it pounding in his chest. He felt her hand through his hair, he was never like this... all he was before was a player with a bed. Now... he was a man with his girl, he felt her hand sliding against the base of his neck, he felt warm... and red. He held her close and loved every minute of it.

Leonore was everything he could of wished for, shame he didn't realize it earlier. He blinked as he just held her, he was proud to have her. He had no shame at all about being with her and well, she meant the universe to him. He loved her, he was in love with her and it was a hole he was willing to stay in for ever and ever.

Blinking as their lips parted, he blinked, scrunching up his face as she kissed his nose and giggled. Her arms back around the back of his neck and noticed how she went back on her feet, the height difference was that immence as he watched her speak, still holding the bear in arms. He chuckled as she said she didn't know whether he liked it or not and it was pretty much a wild card. "I don't like it silly, I love it." He admitted as he kissed the top of her forehead as that lit up her face.

He was glad that mad her happy too, he saw how beautiful she was and stared back at her, his head tilting slightly a he blinked, he couldn't keep his eyes off her. That was how much of a pretty little thing she was in his eyes as he felt the gentle, loving squeeze of hers on his shoulders.


Austin watched as Wren picked up the remaining papers, Delaney wasn't that much of a rebel and did most of what she was told but she did have a back lash to her, something he hated a lot about his dear sister. He watched as Wren did a lot of the work and watched her, she was pretty. He couldn't lie about that and would admit if he could, that he was shocked he had accepted the other. Normally his work forced him to reject but this time... that wasn't the case.

After telling her, she nodded as he hugged her randomly, thanking her for understanding. "G-uh..." Delaney muttered as she hugged her brother back and went to tidy up his desk to find things. Wallet, check... keys, check... papers... tidy. He mentally checklisted as he looked around the place... it was tidier than... usual. He chuckled and git his own coat. A trench jacket safe to say. Kept all his belongings safe in the least. He watched his sister some more and sighed.

Suddenly snapping out of it as he went back out again to meet Wren, smiling as he tugged onto his jacket. He nodded. "Yep, you?" He then asked back. If there was an issue. He had his sister... and sadly Michael too. He sighed at that suddenly.

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Leo lifted her gaze and stared at Michael for a long moment. Her gaze held love and compassion, it was full love it all. And it was all his. That kiss on her forehead, meant so much to her, she wished he didn’t move. How crazy it was for the two of them to fall for one another, in the strangest place and yet, they were perfect for one another. Leo looked at the man before her, her man, her love that held her so close to him, securely and lovingly. Everything about him she loved, everything he was, she wanted. She was head over heels in love with Michael Johnson, and she’d scream it to the entire world if she had to. They had no need for words, no need to say what they were thinking, it was completely a given to already know.

She hoped she’d spend the rest of her life with him, and the rest of the after life as well. Leo’s hand rose and gently brushed against his cheek. She slowly slid it down the base of his neck, used his shoulder to stand on her toes to kiss his lips. She didn’t mind having to do it, it was actually kind of fun, standing tall to plant a kiss on his lips. She smiled against them, kissed him deeply and slowly leaned back. Her lips pressed against his chin and she smiled softly.

“Oh, I don’t ever want to leave you again… I belong here.” And by here, she meant in his arms. “Being away from you was so painful Michael… I don’t want to have to do it again.”
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Wren was ready, in fact, she had actually felt some excitement inside her bones. Austin was really attractive, and to get out of the station to spend some time with him, was actually exciting. She buttoned her coat and nodded with a smile. “Definitely.” She answered.

She lead him outside the police station and down the side walk. They walked slow, which gave them the time to just chat and get to know each other, and enjoy the scenery. Wren rubbed her hands together to keep them from getting cold from the weather. She looked at Austin as they walked and blew into her hands, rubbing them a little harder. “It feels good to get away from the desk, don’t it?” She asked, hoping it would start up a good conversation. As they walked, Wren jumped up onto the closest bench and held out her arms for balance. “I mean, I swear, I read over fourteen files that were all about the same case. I nearly memorized them all…and that’s not something to be proud about.” She laughed.

She had that smile, one that she truly enjoyed balancing on that bench, as if it was the most fun thing around. She hopped down swiftly and looked back at Austin.

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Michael stared back, how long he was able to stare at her was pretty much undefinable. He noticed the compassion she had from her gaze and smiled brightly. The way he felt for her, that feeling inside. It was a jumpstart to his heart. Definitely, he loved her and he knew it. Knowing he could say it to the world and feel certain about it. Leonore Kamdyn, though he didn't necessarily know her name was Leonore since he referred to her as Leo. But he still cared for her, loved her. Honestly, he didn't know what he'd do without her.

He wondered how their future would be, him and her. Her and him. Together, watching as her hand brushed against his cheek as he leaned in to her touch before it moved down to the base of his neck. Kissing her back as she made the effort to get on her toes to kiss his lips and all, it was even a little amusing. Holding her close as she pulled back and kissed his chin.

"I don't want you to leave either." He mentioned and chuckled. "And of course you belong here silly, you're family!" He reassured her as he playfully kissed her forehead again before sympathetically sighing. "It must've been, it was painful being away from you too. To have you gone like that, even if it was only a while." Michael then mentioned and shook his head lightly.
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Austin hoped this was worthwhile, that this would make his day better. It was rare for him to be going out with women usually but he might as well try it for once since he is always nagged to do it. Nodding as she put on her coat and sorts, he stretched his arms as he followed her out.

As he followed her, he walked at a slow pace, to pass the time and chat. He walked beside her as he decided he'd get to know the fellow officer better since, in all honesty he hadn't really acknowledged her until now, it was pretty hilarious in his mind since she was a good looking girl up close. He looked at her as she warmed up her hands and chuckled as she tried to keep herself warm. Shrugging in response to her question however and thought about it. "I don't know. I'll answer that when the day's done." He mentioned and nodded to his word. Austin raised an eyebrow as she spoke of ready fourteen files about the same case, causing him to raise an eyebrow in surprise. "Wow... interesting." He mentioned, he'd hate to have to do that stuff. It sounded dreadful.

He watched as she balanced on a bench and chuckled, maybe even loosened up a little. He could see the enjoyment in her face while she was on it and continued to look at her as she jumped off. Though he was too cautious to do such things himself, just incase he got hurt and there was an emergency.

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Leo stood on her toes once more and pressed her lips against his lovingly. Her arms wrapped around his neck sweetly, her fingers brushing against the back of his neck. Her head tilted back slightly, her eyes locked on his and she gave a smile. "I love you, Michael." She whispered, brushing the tips of her nose.

Leonore never felt love before, and now that she had it, she didn't want it to go. It was one of her biggest fears now, losing him. She didn't want him to go. Ever. She didn't want them to seperate...he was a huge part of her life now. She just hoped she was a large part of his as well.

Everything about Michael was like a dream come true, but it was a dream that she never thought about, that she never thought possible. She gently grabbed the collar of his shirt, pulled it down slightly and kissed the front of his throat. "What shall we do?"
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Wren looked back at Austin. He seemed like he was enjoying himself, and then again, he didn't seem like he was at all. She was concerned, but she still showed pleased and a smile upon her lips. She gently turned around in order to walk backwards, her eyes locked on his and for a moment, she was left with her thoughts.

Austin was attractive. He had eyes that...caught her attention. She couldn't help but smile to herself. She wondered what his laugh sounded like, she wondered how he looked whenever he smiled. She hoped she could pull a smile and a laugh from him sometime in the near future.

They made it to the coffee shop, and Wren smiled. "We're here."
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Enna Lynn sighed Samuel's name softly. She was so comfortable, so much enjoying herself beneath his body. "Don't move..." She murmured.