The Eiffel tower at night was beautiful. But it was kind of hard to concentrate on when you had the most gorgeous man you’d ever met standing right beside you.
Nathan squeezed my hand and smiled at me. We were stood on the balcony of our hotel room, which had a perfect view of the Eiffel Tour and all the major attractions in Paris.
I flicked a lock of straight blonde hair out of my eyes and went back into the hotel room.
Nathan frowned, turning to watch me from the balcony. I searched through my bag, and pulled out my camera.
Moving back to the balcony quickly, I turned the camera on and held it in position. I captured a picture of the Eiffel tower, all lit up and beautiful. And then, when he wasn’t looking, I took a picture of Nathan, wanting to take a picture of yet another beautiful thing.
Unfortuntely, i’d left the flash on.
“Oi!” He laughed, grabbing th camera off me and falling back into the room.
I followed him, jumping on him. “Give me it back!”
He laughed, falling on to the bed. I grabbed the camera, still lying on top of him, and checked to see whether he’d deleted the photo.
I lay the camera on the bed, and turned back to Nathan.
He smiled, his face inches from mine. I smiled back, and he brought his lips up to mine to kiss me. I kissed him back, and he pulled away, smiling.
“I love you.” he said.
I smiled. “I love you too.”