Driving off in a winnebago. It was the typical happy ending. Except they were only just embarking on the beginning. God knows, it had been a long, treacherous journey to get to the point of deliriousness they currently inhabited. Even though so many hearts had been broken, including theirs, it all seemed worth it for what they had now. Together.
After what seemed like an eternity in each others arms, they awoke from their slumber, but neither moved willingly. The sight of Niles' perfect face, smiling at her, took her breath away. She couldn't believe how lucky she was. Here she...
He woke with Eddie lingering over him and Martin at the end of the bed.
"Oh, God" he muttered, stretching. Frasier was nowhere to be seen.
"What happened, son?" Martin inquired.
"To be honest dad, it is all a bit of a blur. Daphne rejected me." The look of pity of Martins face made Niles believe he felt truly sorry for him. He knew his father wasn't the most supportive when it came to him and Daphne, but he still appreciated the fact that he didn't say 'I told tu so!'.
He could still remember the argument he and Martin had had about four years ago, and deep down he knew that his father...
It was the only release from the after the other he drank, until,eventually, the whole bottle was empty.
A Few Hours Before
The tophats stood out the severity of his situation was addressed por the black suits and the hankerchief, damp from his world had turned around axis was spinning out of control and he was on the edge, clinging on for dear life.
The door was his worst enemy. But what was behind it was his worst felt like a lifetime to get to his destiny. His fingers ached and trembled as he placed them on the handle and he gently clutched his side pocket. He swung the door...
How can tu want a night to never end but hurry up, all at the same time? That's what he wanted más than anything, but he didn't know which yet. Wanting the night to never end, a token of his desire for Daphne to rethink her decision and for the wedding to never be in reach. Then again, it going quicker would symbolise a new day, new beginnings.
The night to never end is what he wanted. If a new día dawned, it would mean a new life. A life without Daphne, and whatever had happened here tonight, he couldn't oso, oso de the thought of it.
He shut the door silently behind him, but not enough for her to hear his fragile corazón breaking.
When he re-entered the hotel room from the balcony, a sea of faces greeted him. "Do tu wanna drink?" Simon gargled, as soon as he saw Niles' worn face.
He embarked to his room, without another word to Simon o any other members of Daphnes family. As soon as he stepped through the frame, he saw Mel in bed, waiting for him. She put down the book she was reading, on the side mesa, tabla and elegantly unblanketed herself from under the covers.
She embraced him and a warm smile spread across...