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By dae

Romance / Humor

Innocence (Percabeth)

Prompts that are posted here are all from queen-sheep. I got it from her 100 Prompts Challenge (I think that's what it's called).

I don't own Percy Jackson.

Pairing: Percy Jackson and Annabeth Chase

Setting: Cabin 3, Percy's bed

Time: Post-Giant War

Chapter One | Innocence | Percabeth

Percy was blushing. Not a tint of red in his cheeks, not flushed, no he was fire-truck red from neck and up.

Annabeth was standing over him, laughing silently.

"Honestly, Seaweed Brain, for someone who fought a handful of Titans and won, who is on the kill list of almost every Olympian, you blush over someone saying or mentioning sex?" Annabeth asked incredulously, albeit with a little humor.

Percy blushed even more, if that was even possible.

"Don't! Please Annabeth," Percy groaned. "Please don't mention this to anyone. Okay?"

Annabeth nodded, still laughing. "Sure, Seaweed Brain. And for your sake, I hope you get over this, stage, fast." She then had a smirk on her face that made Percy dread whatever was going to come out of her mouth next.

"I mean, what will happen to you when you pop your cherry of innocence when you still blush by the mere mention of it?"

Percy groaned and pushed Annabeth off him, hiding his face in his pillow in embarrassment as Annabeth howled with laughter behind him.

"ANNABETH!"

Words: 248 words (total), 177 words (drabble)

Fandom: Percy Jackson

Main Character/s: Percabeth

On: NOTHING

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