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30 Day Challenge

By Anams

Drama / Romance

Day 1 - She had to find the necklace

This is a 30 day one-shot challenge. Variable sized one-shots with first line prompts. Various POVs. Themes depend on prompt.

A/N: This is my first One Tree Hill fanfic, I hope you like it.

Day 1

She had to find the necklace, before he got home. How she lost it, she had no idea. One moment it was there and then the phone rang and it was gone. Pillows were tossed off the sofas. The small blue box was carefully sitting on the glass coffee table. Brooke was kneeling on the floor, thoroughly searching for the damn thing.

It was most definitely not her fault! The little blue box peeped from the pocket of his jacket. The one he had left in the back of the chair, in their living room. Her birthday was coming up and… well... Brooke was curious. "Accidentally" the box fell to her hands, and since it was already there it would be a shame not to sneak a peek.

Sighing when she saw it, Brooke let the necklace slide through her fingers. It had a beautiful locket, with a picture she hadn't been able to see. Her cell had chosen that moment to ring. Placing the necklace on the coffee table, Brooke went to her office to get her cell. When she came back, there was only the box in the table. As for the necklace… well it had to be there somewhere.

"Hum… I really like this view a lot." A voice said behind her, startling Brooke.

"Shit, you scared me. You could've made some a noise of some sort." She said getting up.

"What were you doing anyway?" Lucas asked.

"I… hum… I was… looking for my cell, it fell." She said, waving it up in the air.


"Fine," she said, pointing at the blue box, "I saw that in your pocket, I put the necklace here and I went to the office, when I came it wasn't here anymore." She said, pouting.

"I left that on purpose. I knew you'd try to find you birthday present. That was a decoy." Lucas smiled.

"You jerk." Brooke patted him on the arm, playfully.

"And I think I just found your necklace." He said, looking past her.

Brooke turned and they both laughed, Lucas involving her in his arms. Their dog on the other hand, had found himself a new accessory. Letting Brooke go, Lucas took the necklace from their dog. Placing it around her neck, he kissed her before letting her see the picture in the locket.

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