Chapter 159: Photo with Aaron
The next day, Cinder called me early in the morning to wake me up. She was her usual excited self, but
her throat was h*arse, so I could tell she’d been busy last night. It must’ ve been hard for her to get up
After hanging up, I disentangled myself from Aaron, whose long limbs were still draped across my
He rubbed his eyes blearily, giving me a blank look. “What’ s wrong?”
“It’s time to get up.” He looked so cute, I couldn’t stop my- self from hugging him around the head and
giving him a big kiss.
If I knew that kiss would lead to an hour of more intense activities, I probably would’ve reconsidered.
Luckily, by the time we made it downstairs, Cinder and Eliott still hadn’t made an appearance.
After Aaron and I waited for nearly ten minutes, the two of them emerged, dressed and freshly
showered. When I locked eyes with Cinder, she had a distinctly guilty expression on her face.
That was enough for me to know she’d probably been tangled up in the sheets with Eliott all morning.
“It’s not my fault Eliott is so obsessed with me!” Cinder complained, but her voice was full of obvious
I glanced at Eliott, whose ears were turning pink, and raised my eyebrows skeptically. I couldn’t tell if
Eliott was real- ly that obsessed with her, or if Cinder was just really h*rny.
She came up to me and whispered in my ear, “It’s a pain in the a*s to date a younger guy.”
“Yeah, yeah, yeah,” I teased, smiling at her. “I’m sure your life is so difficult.”
She nodded emphatically. “It really is.”
After taking so long to get ready in the morning, it was al- most noon by the time we arrived at the
The campgrounds were situated right in the center of the scenic mountain area, and we had to drive in
to reach the site Eliott had reserved.
The entire mountain was covered in snow, blanketing ev- erything in a frozen silence. The trees were
shrouded in fog, and only occasionally, we could see birds taking flight and darting through the snow-
The view in front of me was mesmerizing, and I peered out the window, trying to preserve every perfect
detail in my
Aaron leaned in close to me. “You like it here, don’t you?”
His voice was a little too thoughtful, like he might be plot- ting something.
I was afraid this evil rich guy was going to buy a mansion here as a surprise for me. I looked away from
the window, kissed him on the face, and whispered, “I like the view, but I like being with you a lot more.”
At that, Aaron’s smile grew wider. He wrapped his arms
around my waist and whispered in my ear, “Me too. In my heart, you’re the most beautiful scenery in
He was such a smooth talker. I pressed a hand to my pounding heart, feeling a little lightheaded.
The car crawled up the winding mountain roads and final- ly stopped at an isolated campsite with an
open view. Eliott had reserved a huge swath of the campground, and there was no one around except
As soon as the car stopped, Cinder jumped out, eagerly taking out a red checkered picnic blanket from
the trunk and holding it up for me to inspect. “I bought this yesterday at the market, what do you think?”
Cinder always had good taste, so I gave her a thumbs up and praised her without hesitation. “It’s very
At the foot of the pure white mountains, the red picnic blanket not only looked great, but it also made a
perfect backdrop for photos.
Aaron and Eliott got our camping gear out of the car and started putting up the tent.
Cinder and I offered to help, but Eliott refused. He said solemnly, “This is men’s work, you two can go
“You’re so cute, babe.” Cinder hugged him, grabbed her camera from the trunk, and waved at me.
“Olive, let’s take some pictures!”
There’s no woman who doesn’t like taking pictures, so I nodded enthusiastically and followed Cinder
over to the most scenic part of the campsite.
I’d put a lot of effort into my outfit today in preparation for this photoshoot. I was wearing a tight-fitting
black sweater, dark-wash skinny jeans, and knee-high boots, taking both style and warmth into
After taking off my jacket, I knelt on the picnic blanket and struck a pose.
“Don’t move, that looks really good.” Cinder was lying on her stomach in front of me, holding her DSLR
at an angle. She gestured for me to adjust my posture slightly, then pressed the shutter button.
At the same time, I heard another “click” sound. I turned to find Aaron crouched to my left, holding up
his phone to take a picture of me.
That was when I realized – Aaron and I hadn’t taken any pictures together yet.
Standing at the base of the enormous snowy mountain overlooking our campground, Aaron clasped his
hands around my waist, pulling me into a tight embrace.
Cinder was a good photographer, and she was more than happy to take pictures of us. Once we were
arranged in a pose, Cinder had her finger poised over the shutter when Aaron suddenly tilted my face
toward him and kissed me hard on the lips.
Cinder was quick on the uptake and snapped the picture before we separated.
“Nice, Aaron. I’m sure you’ll be glad I caught that on cam-
era.” Cinder walked over to us with her camera in hand, show- ing us the photo she’d just taken.
At the foot of the towering mountain, a couple kissed and held each other tightly, looking completely
wrapped up in each other. Standing there silhouetted against the majestic scenery, we looked as
solemn and romantic as if the mountain was a priest officiating our wedding.
The composition and the setting of the photo were both beautiful, and I fell in love with it immediately.
“Send me a copy of that, Cinder.” Aaron’s love for the photo was obvious, as he turned his head and
went off to search for a picture frame.
Cinder and I continued our photoshoot, and by the time I realized I was hungry, Aaron and Eliott had
already prepared a full barbecue spread.
As soon as we walked over to the picnic table, Aaron handed me a skewer of grilled mutton.
I took a bite of the juicy lamb and couldn’t hold back a small moan of delight. “Aaron, how are you such
a good cook? Every time I eat your food, I fall more and more in love with you.”
“Looks like I’ll have to keep cooking to make you love me forever, then.” Aaron smiled warmly as he
handed me another skewer.
I took the meat and held it up to Aaron’s lips. After he took a bite, I leaned over to him and whispered, “I
would love you forever anyway.”
Seeing Aaron’s eyes fill with happiness, I was about to say a few more words to tease him when I
heard Cinder let out a high-pitched shriek.
I turned to find Eliott launching a snowball right at Cinder’
Cinder shook the snow from herself like a dog and lifted her foot to knock Eliott’s legs out from
underneath him. When she had him on the ground, she grabbed a big handful of snow and dumped it
down Eliott’s shirt.
Eliott laughed and let her have her way with him, but just when she was about to run away, he grabbed
ball and chased after her.
I smiled and leaned against Aaron’s shoulder, enjoying the sight of their childish antics.
Aaron nuzzled his chin into the top of my head. “Olive, we can come back here on vacation someday,
or we can go somewhere else. Wherever you want to go, I’ll go with you.”
“Okay.” I nodded in agreement.
Nestled at the base of the majestic snowy mountain, Aaron and I made a promise to each other that I
would never forget.
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