Raphael held up a small gym bag. “Although how we’re going to get a hand past security…”
I winced. “We’ll figure it out.” Lucas ran his fingers down my arm, until he reached my hand, twining our fingers together. “Let’s get this over with,” I said.
“And then on to the next chapter,” Lucas said. “Maybe we can pick up a travel book in the airport?”
I grinned up at him. “That would be amazing.”
As we left, I knew that we had some big things to do before we got to have our time together, but I was aiming for the stars. And I’d be more than happy with the moon. It was fitting, too. I’d have the moon and the wolf.
As we got in the taxi, I leaned against Lucas.
I looked up at him. “Everything’s just fine.”
He pressed his lips against mine, and I melted. When he pulled away, I leaned against him again. “Yup. Everything’s just fine.”