“What’s so funny?” Jessica demanded, giving Tiffany her best stare-down.
Tiffany started laughing even more. “You,” she explained. It was a simple answer – too simple for Jessica’s taste.
“Me?” Jessica crossed her arms out in front of her chest. “Why me?”
“Because,” Tiffany started, walking towards Jessica. “You’re so cute when you’re try to act like you don’t care about anyone else, but yourself… like you have no heart.”
“I’m NOT cute,” Jessica practically snarled. “If you’re going to say things like that, then leave,” she said, pointing towards the door of the bedroom.
This didn’t even faze Tiffany. She came even closer, her lips grazing the top of Jessica’s forehead. “One day,” she started to say as her lips moved to the tip of Jessica’s nose. “One day, you’ll see,” she continued, her lips lightly brushing up against one of her cheeks.
“I’ll be the one to melt all of that ice away.” She moved quickly before Jessica even had a fair chance to react. Jessica’s eyes widened slightly, as Tiffany blessed her lips with a chaste kiss.
“You’ll see, Jessie,” she said again, smiling as she touched the tip of Jessica’s nose before leaving the room.
Jessica stood where she was standing, obviously awestruck, her fingers tracing where Tiffany’s lips had been on hers just a few seconds before.