He'd deliberately kept their destination a secret though gave in on providing the dress code.And he could still remember the pleasure in her voice when she realized it meant there wasn't going to be the usual wining and dining she was used to. "He resisted the urge to chuckle at the absolute pleasure on her face as she triumphantly held up a heeled boot.He found himself smiling almost indulgently at the absolute of Emily being almost obsessively on time when it came to the Bureau and her work, but late when it came to her personal life."I'm missing a shoe," she explained, looping her hair behind her ears as she dug into the hall closet again."We're in no hurry," he promised, watching the rounded slope of her behind admiringly."Ooh," she responded, throwing a couple of shoes out behind her. Sounds intriguing."He felt his lips curve upwards again.The last woman he'd charmed, he'd married and Haley had most definitely not been his sophisticated and worldly subordinate in the FBI.Emily Prentiss, on the other hand, was his subordinate and the woman he was currently trying to come up with the perfect first date for.The main character is a teenage girl, Raven Baxter, played by actress Raven-Symoné. Then it was changed to Mariah Baxter, then to Raven Baxter when Raven Symone won the part. - Try refreshing the page or CHANGE SERVER if the video error. Just pause it for 5 - 10 minutes, then continue playing.
That's So Raven is a 2003 television show about Raven Baxter, a teenage psychic that can see into the future.
He'd taken her to a carnival, one of the classic ones with rides and games, and he'd gone as far as to win the stuffed dog she now cuddled close. "You know," she said as she slid her key into the door. She laughed, turning the key before facing him again. He stepped closer, easily reading her body language as she tilted her head up in invitation.
As if she didn't already know that he was a better than excellent shot. "For someone who claims to have been out of the game for a while, you certainly know how to treat a girl on a first date."He graced her with a wide, unadultered, full-dimpled grin. He knew what he was going to do next as surely as she saw it coming.
Because it seemed like he wasn't as rusty at dating as he'd originally thought.
I almost wrote them at the carnival, but then I had to go and do something, so the idea slipped my mind completely and I couldn't find a good way to write it.