It needs a bit more editing but as soon as it's completely finished you'll be able to read all about Aurora and Landon's world.
But to keep you going until then I thought I'd let you read the moment when Aurora first sees Landon in the bar. Hope you enjoy it:
Tallulah is laughing and it’s kind of infectious. I give her my biggest smile, before glancing down at my empty glass and then up at the bar where my eyes land on a guy. He’s watching me, or maybe not. He might be watching Tallulah. Yeah, he’s probably watching Tallulah. He’s gorgeous. He’s got dark, messy hair. The sort of hair Tallulah would say just screams at you to run your hands through it. His eyes are immense, I feel like they are piercing into my soul from across the room but that’s impossible. He’s not even looking at me. He’s looking at Tallulah or someone behind me, but I can’t help but blush because there’s a chance that he’s looking at me.
Historically, if this sort of thing happened I would ignore it and return to my conversation, completely pretending nothing had happened. But the problem is that I’ve just made that list and I have to try and change if I’m ever going to break those rules. I glance back at him and he’s still looking this way. It’s now or never. Do I go for it or not. I look back down at my empty glass and in that split second I make a decision, “we need more tequila!” I jump to my feet and make my way towards the bar.
I stop when I’m stood right next to where he’s sat on one of the bar stools. I don’t look at him. I don’t speak. I just wait for the barman. My heart’s racing with excitement. I don’t know what to do next. I wonder if I should introduce myself, or just start up a conversation, or maybe I should just glance his way. Just as I’m about to say something, the barman arrives and asks for my order, “two margaritas and two shots of tequila with lemon and salt.”
The guy chuckles, “you sure like your tequila.”
I turn to face him, completely speechless. I didn’t expect him to speak first, “it’s a new preference.”