Crash Into Me Chapter 9
~Around 8 P.M.~
Aaron and I laughed together as we sat in Koi restaurant
eating our meal at a small, private table. We'd been having a good time, and we really did have a lot in common.
I asked, noticing he was staring at me and smiling. "Do I have something on my face?" He laughed as he shook his head.
I was just looking at your eyes." I didn't realize my blue-green eyes were really that fascinating.
I said, trying not to blush, "Did you have anything planned for after dinner?"
"No, why do you ask?"
don't want this to end. I'm having a lot of fun with you." What happened next left me totally floored.
in slowly and pressed his lips to mine. As he pulled away, I put my hand up to my lip: Did that really just happen??
he smiled, "You had some soy sauce on your lip."
"I thought I didn't have anything on my face?" I asked, trying not
to look as shocked as I really was.
He smirked as he kissed me once again, and I kissed him back. "I lied." He leaned
back in his seat, holding my hand in his. "I couldn't help myself..."
I was still a bit in shock. "D-Did you get it
all that time?" I felt like kicking myself for stuttering like that.
"Yeah, I'm pretty sure..." he joked. "Should I
"Maybe later..." I trailed off as I took a sip of water. "So, what were we talking about?"
you mad?" Aaron asked, confused. "I didn't mean to throw you off or anyth-"
"No..." I smiled. "I'm not mad, just...
Surprised." Surprised didn't even begin to describe it.
"Is surprised a good thing?"
"Am I slapping you
across the face and storming out of the restaurant to call a cab?" I asked with a laugh.
"No, but theres still time..."
leaned in and put my left hand up to my mouth, "You're doing good so far, don't blow it..." I whispered.
my action. "I'll try my best..." he whispered in reply. We burst out laughing as we sat back up in our chairs.
We were bombarded by paparazzi as we left the restaurant. They walked with us as we made our way to the
black BMW - Aaron's brother Nick's car, which he'd borrowed for the night - shouting to us as we walked along.
one of them called, stopping to take a picture, "WHATS HER NAME?" he asked. Aaron gave me a glance, and I nodded.
I called to him before Aaron answered. "My name is Dayna. D-A-Y-N-A." Hey, they're only gonna bug us til we tell them who
I am, anyway, or they'll just try to find out elsewhere. Might as well save everyone some time and make sure they spell my
name right while I'm at it.
Then it was a chorus of "Aaron!"s and "Dayna!"s. I'd never wished I could instantly
change my name before in my entire life. Now I knew how Aaron must have felt all the time. When we finally got in the car,
I rolled down my window and waved goodbye to the photogs as we drove off.