Last night I watched the best season finale of a show that I've seen in a long, long, time. Orphan Black is a total mind-bending freaky fun fest. And it hit every right note with every episode. Spring of 2014 is sooooo far away. LOL
Tonight's post is from the short story, Going All Out and is centered on Lance and Xola and their first official date. They've been friends for a long time, but have buttloads of sexual tension and finally decide to find out how they'd mesh together.
Here's the tagline:
Lance and Xola work together and have a solid friendship, but there's always a little something more between them. Lance proposes a date, something other than a movie or grabbing a bite to eat at the same time. Xola accepts and the fun—and nervous tension—begins.
And the snippety peek…
Lance propped a shoulder against the jamb. "Why not, Xola? Have a date night. The real deal kind of thing."
Xola tilted her head to the side. "Why?" She straightened and stalked across the room. "I mean, I get it. We always seem to teeter on the edge of something but never quite cross the line."
Lance folded his arms across his chest. "Exactly. We can keep going with the status quo, or…take a shot at that something."
Xola hesitated, but only for a moment. "Okay. But we better not let a date ruin a perfectly good thing."
Lance grinned. "We won't. Tonight at seven. Be ready."
Xola frowned. "Shit. For what? What're we going to do on this date night thing?"
Lance pondered. He hadn't planned anything—mainly because he didn't know if she'd accept.
But he wanted to go all out and have a night they wouldn't forget. "Wear something special. Nothing formal or anything, but think dinner and dancing maybe."
Xola grumbled. "I can't dance for crap, Lance. But okay." She cracked a grin. "It'll be cool to see you in something other than your uniform or workout clothes."
Lance agreed. "Feeling's mutual. Not that your ass doesn’t look great in yoga pants."
Her laughter pealed through the room. "You definitely got bonus points for that. I'll be ready at seven." She gave him quick wave and exited the common area.
Lance didn't have to look in the mirror to see the stupid grin on his face. It slowly faded when he realized she'd agreed to an out and out date. Holy shit. He had no clue where to even begin with the planning.
A quick glance at the clock and his stomach dropped. Three p.m. He'd better head home and get busy.
This one is so much fun to write. Once they agree to a date, Lance and Xola pretty much freak themselves out over it. I can't wait for everyone to see how they end up spending the evening. J
That's it for this week. Happy reading!