Name: Vincent Price.
Appearance: Vincent stands at roughly 5'10". His black hair is kept kind of short, and naturally spikes up. His eyes are a soft blue-gray, but they do show evidence of being blind. He's fit, since being fit is something he works for. He has a hard-earned six pack. He's handsome but doesn't seem to even know it.
Okay you start? Are we starting at the point when they share their feelings for each other or...?
Actually I want to discuss that. Where would you prefer to start? Before, after, or during their feeling sharing?
I am so indecisive... Um I would like to do it during the sharing maybe?
Vincent leaned on the gravestone, listening carefully. "Aria, are we killing any raised vamps or not? It sounds dead out tonight. Like dead-dead, not undead." He sighed. "I hate sitting around and doing nothing..." He might have been blind, but Vincent HAD taken down one vampire in his time with the team. That was more than Amy could do, and she saw perfectly fine.
Aria was trying to listen in the distance for movement. "Shhhh. I'm trying to listen." she hissed coc.king her ear to the side to listen closer. After a few minutes she sighed. "Darn it. Lost it." she muttered. Aria wasn't one to ever use foul langage. "What do you suggest we do?" she asked Vincent.
Vincent huffed. "Well, there wasn't anyone burried tonight, believe it or not, and if anyone was, they're not turning into vamps." He shook his head. "I say we go find a nest or something." Ben didn't approve of going looking for vampire nests unless they were becoming a particular problem.
"No. Out of the question. You know they aren't very bad right now." Aria said. She was more of the take charge type of girl. She wasn't one to talk about her feelings much though they were constantly boiling inside of her. Especially with Vincent around. Why did he have to be so perfect? She didn't even care that he was blind. That was actually one of the things she loved about him. "Maybe we should just go back." Aria said watching Vincent intently.
Vincent pouted a little. "But I don't want to go back...my mom will give me he.ll again." She hated him going out. Fussed over him all the time, just because he couldn't see. She acted like he was helpless but he could take care of himself fine, provided with what he needed to accomodate his blindness.
Aria sighed under her breath. "Then I guess we'll just sit here and twiddle our thumbs." she said still watching the boy in front of her. Aria chewed her lower lip wanting to reach out to him. She refrained though and settled for just watching him. Aria sat a little too close to Vincent and wondered if he had noticed.
Vincent sighed, listening to her breathing so close to him. He blindly reached out, his hand finding her arm and feeling down until he found her hand. He took it in his and turned his gaze in her general direction. "Aria...I..." He was afraid to say it. He felt now was the time. The time to tell her. All the while, the vampire was creeping up behind them.
When Aria felt Vincent's hand she nearly forgot to breathe. If Vincent could see he'd be looking right at her and that made Aria's insides go all soft. "Y-Yes?" she whispered forgetting about where they were. She was so focused on watching Vincent, studying his face and hair, that she forgot to be on guard for what they were after.
Vincent hesitated, but then he used his other hand, finding her cheek. He brushed his thumb over her lips, making sure his aim would be right. And then he leaned in and kissed her. It was short and sweet, only lasting a couple seconds. "I really...I...I've had a crush on you ever since..." He grimaced. "I like you Aria."
He heard something behind him, his blindness leading to stronger hearing. He grabbed a stake and in a flash, he hit the vampire right in the heart. It wasn't skill, it was just lucky. Usually he'd have to feel around to check his aim. He had no aim.
Aria felt her heart race when Vincent cupped her cheek. She watched him lean forward and felt his lips on hers. The kiss was over too soon and all she could do was try to breathe correctly. For so long they'd both dropped subtle hints of interest but Aria tried to tell herself it was all in her head; she tried telling herself she wasn't into Vincent that way. Now that was all over. Before she could respond she saw Vincent take the stake and get a vampire in a second. Aria was speechless from Vincent's words and stake.
"Uh...." Vincent laughed softly. "Wow, thank you universe for that bout of lucky epicness." He gave the stake back. "I was half expecting to stake thin air or knock an eye out." He faced down, trying to hide his blush. "So yeah, I'll probably never get that lucky ever again."
There were perks to Vincent being blind; he couldn't see how red Aria's face was. Knowing that the danger had bee evaded now Aria leaned forward and caught Vincent's lips in another kiss. "I like you, too." she whispered after she pulled back. Aria let the kiss last for a few more seconds than the first but not by much. "I like you a lot. I always have, Vincent."
Vincent blushed even more and he gave a goofy grin. "Really?" His brow furrowed. "But then...how come you never acted like it? Or told me? I mean..." He sighed, shaking his head. "Never mind..."
Aria laughed very, very quietly so it almost went unheard. "You silly boy. I did. I just... couldn't very openly. I still can't..." she gave a sigh of her own looking down at her legs instead of at Vincent. "You know what Ben would say." she mumbled more to herself than to Vincent.
Vincent sighed. "Yeah...and Amy wouldn't be too happy about it either..." He mumbled. "I guess that means you don't want to try anything, huh? Too risky..."