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Life

By Nati Montclaire

Drama / Romance

Prompt 1

Prompt #1: your OTP buying their dream house and moving in together.


Rin was so excited. Her and Bon (her boyfriend of 3 years) had decided to move in together. They looked at many houses and flats and they were all so amazing, it was hard to pick which one they wanted. They had finally decided on a flat in True Cross City. It was big with 3 bedroom, 2 bathrooms, a huge living room and a big kitchen. It was perfect. Sure they had to renovate it a bit but after it was all done it looked amazing. Their bedroom had a queen sized black bed, a big white and black wardrobe and black and white drawers so everything matched. The walls were white with red roses here and there. The carpet was a dark brown and the curtains in the window were red. The rest of the house was done in a similar fashion and it looked very modern. One of the bedrooms was a guest room and the other one was left plain because Rin said that she needed it.

"Rin? You have been staring at the moving truck for the last 5 minutes. What's wrong?" Bon asked. She turned around to look at him and smiled a big and goofy smile.

"There's nothing wrong! I'm just so excited it's going to be so...nice. I can't wait until we get there. Speaking of that when are we going?" she asked him. He chuckled at her enthusiasm. It was hard to move out of the dorms but they weren't students anymore. They didn't even go to cram school anymore because they had become exorcists already. That's why they were moving into Truly Cross City; so that they were close by if they needed to exorcise some demons.

"Well I was waiting for you to wake up from your day dream to go because I didn't want to see that beautiful look on your face disappear," he flirted. Rin blushed, even though they had been stating for 3 years, it still made her blush when he said things like that. She then kissed him know the cheek and jumped into the moving truck that they had rented.

"Come on then! Let's go!" she said excitedly. Bon chuckled again. He climbed into the truck and they drove away.

They stopped in front of the building and Rin jumped out of the truck before it even fully stooped.

"Rin! Wait up!" Bon shouted and Rin slowed down a bit. He jumped out of the car and ran after her. Both of them stopped in front of their door. Bon took out the keys and opened the door. Rin was about to go in when he grabbed her hand. She looked at him, confused.

"This is our first house together. I have to carry you through the door," he explained. He picked her up bridal style and smiled down at her. She smiled back up at him.

"But isn't this what newlyweds do? We're not newlywed," she asked.

"But we will be someday. And on that day I'll carry you through the door again," he explained. She blushed and hid her face in his chest. Bon licked the door open and they walked in. Rin looked around her and gasped. It was even better than she had imagined. Bon smiled and then leaned down and kissed her gently on the mouth. She kissed back eagerly. When they broke apart they were gasping for air.

"We can unpack our stuff and then we can test how good the bed is," Bon suggested with a smirk. Rin giggled and kissed him on the cheek.

"Alright, Rooster. Let's unpack first though," she laughed. They then brought in the boxes and suitcases and started unpacking. When they were finished Bon grabbed Rin by the hand and dragged her into the bedroom.

"I love you, Rin," he whispered when they were both laying on the bed, naked. It had been a very pleasurable evening. They hoped none of the neighbours had heard them.

"I love you too, Ryuji." After that they fell asleep, Rin laying on top of Bon.


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