Miles’ hand gripped the back of my head, pulling me close. “Do you know how long I’ve wanted this?” Miles said smoothly
“H-how long?” I replied, flustered. Miles traced his finger along my jawline. “Since I saw you in court again, Wright.” He answered in a whispery voice.
Miles finally leaned in and the feeling of his lips met mine. He smelled of tea and his face felt warm against mine. “Why didn’t you just say so?” I asked when we parted. But just at that moment, everything started to blur and I woke up...
“Huh...” I grumbled. My heart was still doing jumping jacks, my face radiated heat from the experience. I let out an exasperated sigh and got up to make some coffee.
Why am I having these dreams? We’re just friends, right? We have been since we were little kids, but still. I looked out the office window. The sun was just starting to peak over the horizon, bringing the morning light cascading over the city.
I sighed. I should stop lying to myself. Miles Edgeworth was always someone he depended on and cared for. Maybe its finally time I address the feelings I’ve been suppressing for so long...
Miles may not even want to be in any kind of relationship at all. I don’t know if I can just ask him out of the blue. Maybe talking to Maya will calm my nerves.
***RING RING RING***
“Hello, Nick?” I heard Maya on the other end. “H-hey Maya,” I replied. “How are you doing?” “Pretty good,” She answered and then slowly asked, “What do you need? I didn’t even know you were capable of waking up this early!” Maya started to laugh.
I felt myself loosen up a little, letting her familiar, mischievous laugh fill my ears. “Well, Maya,” I finally said. “There is actually something I wanted to ask you about.” “Hm?” She answered quizzically.
“So, I’ve been having these dreams...” I began. “Dreams? hmm...” She said, a mischievous tone creeping into her voice. “Would those dreams happen to be about a certain prosecutor in red?” I was taken aback.
“H-how’d you know!?” I responded, flustered. She giggled, “I just know!” She replied, not really answering my question.
“Just go for it.” She suddenly said in an uncharacteristically serious tone. “Huh?” I exclaimed. “Take him out for lunch or something!” She suddenly erupted. I felt my cheeks flush. “A-are you crazy?”
“You have no idea how long I’ve been holding that in.” She answered simply. I sighed. Maybe I should take her advice. “Well, I got to go, Nick!” She laughed. “Good luck with Mr. Edgeworth!” I heard a click as she ended the call.
PART ONE COMPLETE I’ll probably finish Part Two tomorrow! Stay tuned to find out how this story ends. Thank you for reading my WrightWorth garbage lol.