"I don't know whether I'm a little worried that you know where all of the camera's are.."
Harper glanced up at the ceiling in amusement. Still, she had her sensible head on now. And with a cheerful smile, she gave Devin a cutesy kiss on the lips, before shaking her head.
"I think we need to stop." And with a knowing smirk, the blonde perked a perfectly manicured eyebrow. Did she really want to stop? Absolutely not. But did she want to to do that in the evidence lockup? Nooooo. Not in the slightest.
"So, what are you making me for dinner?" She asked cheekily, reaching out to poke the tip of Coal's nose with her index finger. "My hand is really sore. I couldn't possibly cook for myself." It might have been an exaggeration, but it did hurt - and after physio, it was always one big mess of a cramp. And besides, that hadn't seen each other for the whole weekend, she wanted to spend some time with him.
Not that they had, had that conservation. None of the, what are we talk.. Or where is this going. They'd just sort of slotted into it. No drama. Just a natural click of sorts.
"Oh, and I can make that baseball game next weekend if you like.. You know, seeing as I missed the last one." Everybody knew she hated baseball, but she was willing to give it a go.