Chapter 1569 A Date
“What is it?” Julian narrowed his eyes. “Aww, just take a guess.” “Fine. Candies?” he said. Jessie’s nose scrunched up. “How did you get that right on the first try?” She thumped his chest lightly.
He burst into laughter. That was just a random guess. He never expected to hit the mark, but he did. He pulled her into his embrace and kissed her cheek. “Alright, I’m sorry. Shouldn’t have guessed it.”
He’s so sweet. She loved that he was apologizing for something this trivial—it meant he cared about her feelings. He pushed her head closer to his chest, and she leaned into his embrace, enjoying the scent of flowers brought in by the gentle breeze.
“So, this is what bliss feels like.” Jessie sighed. We can see the Milky Way from here, and there’s the moon up there. It feels like I’m in a painting. Bliss, at least to Julian, was to have whatever he loved. He caressed her hair softly. “Yeah. And I’m feeling blessed to have you beside me, too.”
Right then, someone on the boat out on the ocean started the fireworks. A delighted Jessie hugged him tightly. “The fireworks are starting.”
He happily wrapped his arm around her and watched the fireworks show with her. It went on for half an hour, and most of the fireworks would create different shapes and patterns after they went off. Eventually, they got tired from standing up for too long, so Julian took her to an open-air coffee shop to continue watching. He could watch the fireworks, have a cup of coffee, and date the woman he loved. A candle burned before them, and roses surrounded the table. What bliss.
On the other side of the field, Willow was riding on her father’s back, watching the fireworks happily. She would start to gurgle from time to time. Anastasia, on the other hand, leaned on her son. He’s grown so tall. I’m so proud of him.
The newlyweds were also enjoying the fireworks. Queenie rested her head on Nigel’s shoulder. We’re married now. He’s the one I’m spending my whole life with.
Eventually, the fireworks came to an end, but everyone wanted more. Yet, that was not to be. It was getting late, and the older guests needed their rest. The young ones, however, could stay up and have more fun.
Jessie wondered where Julian was taking her. Eventually, they came to the port, and a yacht was waiting on the sea. She froze for a few moments. Oh, right. He did say we were going out to the sea.
They got onto the yacht and sped toward the moon hanging over the horizon. Eventually, they came to a stop in the middle of the ocean. The couple had some wine and enjoyed the view of the sea. Just the sight of it carried all their worries away, washing them into the depths of the ocean. Julian held Jessie in his embrace. “Do you like this?”
She nodded in approval. “I love it.”
He kissed her ear, and it triggered something in her. She turned around and held his face before leaning in and kissing him. It was a deep, passionate, and beautiful kiss. Even the air had turned hot and heavy from the intensity of their kiss. However, they pressed on. It wasn’t until Jessie felt herself perspiring did she let Julian go.
Julian was sweating as well, but he couldn’t help but tease, “What’s wrong? You’re sweating.”
“It’s hot.” She fanned herself with her hand. “Don’t you feel anything?”
He felt it, alright. Everything inside him was screaming and begging him to give them some release. “We should have some water.” He entered the cabin and got her a glass of warm water while he gulped down a bottle of cold water.
Wow, he’s gulping it down. As she was worried, she said, “Slow down. You’re going to catch a cold at this rate.”
He choked on himself and coughed. Awkwardly, he asked, “How did you know I was down with a cold last time because I drank too much cold stuff?”