When Odette was suddenly splashed with the water by Ben's use of the Force, she could do nothing but laugh, a bright smile on her face. Just being alone with Ben made her so upbeat and giddy that nothing could honestly bring her down. She walked out of the water and over to him, smiling as she wrapped her arms around him despite it getting him wet too, "Oh come now, Ben. The sun will dry us both before we leave the lake. Besides," She smiled, standing on her tiptoes to kiss his lips, staying close to him as she did, allowing her light to wrap around him just as her arms did, attempting to wash away any ill feelings, "You know you love goofing off here. It makes us feel...normal." Not a Jedi, or a Force User, just...them. Just Ben and Odette.
She stayed close to him, letting out a soft sigh of contentment as she rested her forehead against the front of his shoulder, breathing in his presence, "Have I ever told you how much I love you Ben? Because if I have, then I could never tell you enough." She joked softly, looking up to him, their faces inches apart and her voice soft as she spoke all of this, a grin on her lips, "You know, you should be ashamed. Jedi aren't supposed to steal, and yet here you are, stealing my heart and sweeping me off of my feet every moment that we're alone."
As she said this, her lips brushed softly against his with every word. She just couldn't seem to imagine her life any differently than this. Than being with him, so close. When they were like this, it was almost as if they were one being in the Force, rather than two separate. Her light encircling him, while his presence dwelled in hers.Their presence melded together and it left her feeling at peace. As though when they were separated she were truly whole. Yet, with him, it was as though a missing piece had rejoined her to finally make her one being.
"Tell me you love me." Odette requested softly, her lips brushing ever so gently against his, smiling softly up at him as she did. She loved hearing him say those words, though she didn't ask of such a thing often, knowing how difficult it was for him to speak about his feelings. Yet, she wanted to hear it now. While they were alone and it was just the two of them. With the last part of their mission in finding the last piece of the map, there was no telling when the next time they could say such a thing to each other might be. And though she wouldn't force him if he didn't feel like saying it, she still would hope that he might say it, as the beautiful bass of his voice saying those words always left her feeling aglow and more joyful than ever. Words just for her ears, straight from his heart to hers. And she wouldn't have it any other way.