Title: Hot Chocolate
Genre(s): fluff, romance, humor
Summary: AU- Jia gives Min what she wants.
Written for the 24-hour challenge at unniefic
“Why is it so damn cold in here?” Min exclaimed the second Jia stepped through the door, sliding out of her snow-covered boots. The older girl paused for a second to stare in disbelief at the other girl who was curled up under a blanket in front of the fireplace, while she’d just come in from a snowstorm. But seeing the distressed look on Min’s face made her burst into laughter.
“Probably because it’s freezing outside,” she told the other girl, taking off her jacket and hanging it over the back of one of the kitchen chairs as the younger girl pouted.
“Did you get the hot chocolate?” Min asked then, poking her head out of her cocoon to eye the parcels that Jia had brought in with her.
“Mmhmm,” Jia hummed, carrying the plastic bag into the kitchen and putting the kettle on to warm up some water.
“Nothing is on TV,” Min announced from the other room as Jia waited for the water to boil.
“Want to watch a movie?” Jia called back, grabbing two mugs from the cabinet over the stove.
“I dunno,” she heard Min sigh, “I might fall asleep if we put a movie on.”
“I guess you’ll have to settle for my company then.”
“There are worse things,” Min yelled back teasingly, almost drowned out by the whistling of the kettle.
Jia hurriedly poured the steaming water into the mugs and added the chocolate powder, stirring carefully, before she picked them both up and made her way to the living room where Min was clearly eagerly awaiting her arrival. Though whether she was waiting more for Jia or the hot chocolate, the older girl didn’t know.
But the fact that Min set her mug on the coffee table the second it was handed to her and grabbed for the front of Jia’s sweater instead gave her some clue. The blonde landed on top of the shorter girl with an oof
“Get under the blankets,” Min ordered, pulling the edge of the afghan up and trying to shift so Jia could maneuver her way under it. The older girl curled up against Min, glad to warm herself up after having been outside.
“Your hands are freezing!” Min yelped when Jia made a grab for her hand under the blanket.
“I went outside in the cold to get you
hot chocolate, remember?” she responded, touching Min’s cheek with her other hand just to hear her squeak.
“Thank you unnie,” the shorter girl cooed, the statement laced with sarcasm. But Jia knew that she meant it, her sincerity made obvious by the fact that her lips were on Jia’s the next second, kissing her with more enthusiasm than the older girl had expected. Though she was definitely not complaining.
Min slipped her tongue between Jia’s lips, tangling it with the older girl’s with a sigh of contentment. Jia slid a hand around Min’s neck, pulling her closer to deepen the kiss, their bodies pressed together and sharing their warmth. Jia could feel Min’s heartbeat against her chest and she felt herself practically sink into the cushions, melting into the younger girl’s arms.
“The hot chocolate is going to get cold,” she managed to get out with they parted briefly for air.
“We have a microwave,” was all Min said before reclaiming the older girl’s mouth with her own.