Shane couldn’t remember the last time he went out on a date and that was the exact reason why he was pulling into this very fancy, very expensive restaurant in his equally fancy and expensive car. After some rumors about being a ladies man and a bout of bad press recently, his agent had set him up on a date with a woman described as “nice” and “normal” and as “someone who wouldn’t get him into trouble”. Which to him meant boring, but maybe boring was what he needed right now.
After valeting his car, he picks up the gift box that contained the gift he had gotten for his date earlier in the week. He didn’t know much about his date, but out of the selection he had seen, he had liked the necklace the best and hoped that she did too. And if she didn’t…well, she could figure out what to do with it herself.
He finds out that his date has already been seated when he checks in and is led back to the table, where he finds a pretty attractive looking brunette waiting for him. Not bad he thinks as he offers his hand out to her, smiling a bit. “I’m Shane, and if you’re not Crystal, we’re in trouble here.”
After shaking hands, he sits down and passes over her gift, which she seems pretty pleased with. Dinner goes fairly well, mostly idle chit chat with a little flirting thrown in, and after he pays the bill he suggests going back to his place, which she agrees to. As they go to get his car, they’re greeted with what seems to be a million flashbulbs going off. By the time the valet goes to pick up his car, they’re all yelling at him and he just wants them to shut up so he just does what they’re yelling and kisses her until his car comes around.
Once in his car, Crystal gets pretty mad about that “bullshit kiss” and they bicker all the way back to his place (since she never asks to be taken home and it’s not like he knows where she lives anyways) and by the time they’re inside they’re both angry and riled up and spend the rest of the night having angry, intense sex in the different rooms of his house.
The next morning he orders in breakfast and they eat together and they exchange number “just in case” they want to see each other again before he drives her home.
Is this haunted room actually stretching? Or is it your imagination?
and Elsasings “Let It Go,” the 86th Annual Academy Award Winner for Best Original Song
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