So you moved on, accepted that being friends was the best you were going to get and pushed any feelings you had for Harry deep down. Harry was fiercely protective of you, threatening to hook anybody who gave you any trouble. Since Harry had arrived he had done nothing but infuriate you, using whatever methods necessary to irritate you. Every time he would find you in the arm chair beside the open fire, the little crevice of the castle you had claimed as your own. He nodded at the cassette player and a faint smile flickered across his face.
Harry looked at the son of Jafar and the two nodded at each other. For a moment, everything was perfect, you were his girl again and everything was back to how it was supposed to be, simple and comforting. It had been over a week since Harry saw you the first time, and he had returned to the library everyday to find you. You both needed to sleep you guessed. Harry dropped his smirk and instinctively pulled you into a hug, wrapping his strong arms around, and stroking the back of your head.
Less than impressed with the royalty comment, Harry refused to turn up without his hook, so you found yourself laughing at the boy for most of the night as he attempted to juggle all of your drinks single handedly. A question for another time, you told yourself as you focused your ears, just able to make out a thick Scottish accent barking order from the deck. The coast was clear, so he jumped up, gripping the door handle before stopping. You want to go to with him. Slowly but surely you prized your eyes open, squinting at the early morning light streaming in through the window.
I thought you were different! He was stunned, clocking the red blood that now spurted from your chest furiously and grabbed hold of you. No, if I sleep that means the end. You nearly choked on your fries. When did you ever care what Drew thinks anyway? You pretended to ignore it, instead pulling out a piece of chocolate cake from your bag. Evie, Mal, Uma and Gil dropped their weapons, running into the shack, to join you and Harry. I would have had to cancel my war plans if not.
He titled his head at you, staring into your eyes with a mixture of curiosity and amusement. You were in love with Harry Hook. The Pirates around you began to cheer and you became suddenly aware that you had an audience. After realising how terrible your excuses were you made eye contact with Harry again. Gil might not have been the sharpest knife in the draw but he was pretty harmless.
He slowly, started to angle his head towards yours, his lips parting slightly. It was a pointless exercise. Harry chuckled airily at you. It was too quiet — an eerie kind of nothing, stretching out for too long, completely and utterly silent. You were down at the market place before Harry was, so you took the time you had spare to browse the various stalls, ignoring the calls of market traders to buy their produce.
The static in your head was screaming. You hid yourself behind Harry as your boyfriend stood there stunned, the others gasping and trying to contain their concern. And it was all about to go downhill from there. You grinned back at him, as if reading his mind. Carlos was the first that they reached, knocking him to the ground immediately, grabbing his ankles and hurling him across the floor. You made your way to a small cart at the back of the market selling jewellery, the whole stand glinting with golds, silvers and bronzes. You nodded your head in response, slightly too vigorously for what would have been considered a normal response, and shoved a couple of fries in your mouth to stop you from saying anything else stupid.
You shuddered a little, not used to being this close to somebody. I hope you guys like it Requested: Yes! Often, you would fall asleep like that and Harry would carry you back to your dorm, careful not to wake you. A small piece of you had just died, but you kept that goddamn smile on your face. Harry beamed at you, a hint of insanity in his grin. Before you could get lost in them, your tore your eyes away from him his. He glared at Ben who, unfortunately due to the circumstance, currently had his arms wrapped around you.