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The final chapter.
"I love you, Candice," Jesse said simply. My eyes flew open and I looked at him dumbfounded,for exactly two seconds.
"I love you, too, Jesse. You're the best friend I've ever had."
"Not in a friendly way," the exasperation in his voice was audible. "I'm in love with you! I've been in love with you since the day we met-since the very first time I laid eyes on you in fact."
"What?!" I squealed. We met the first day that I moved into the dorms. My mother and stepfather were helping me move my things into the dorm and on one of my trips back from the car, I was having trouble getting a box through the door when suddenly, out of nowhere, this goodlooking guy not only opens the door but takes the box out of my hand. We laughed all the way up to my room in the elevator and when we came into the room, Jesse introduced himself to all of us as Jesse Burke. He told us that he was from L.A. and that he was just starting at DU himself. My mother had been so impressed with his manners that she had invited him to dinner on the spot. Jesse declined with a thank you and said that he would see me soon and whistled on his way out the door and down the hall.
The next day, after my parents had taken off, I stood in the parking lot long after the car had pulled away. I was feeling quite small and alone when I felt an arm circle my waist and pull me close to a solid, warm body.
I looked up surprised. "Why the long face? You look like your dog just died." Jesse said with a little twinkle in his eye.
"My mom just left and I feel, I don't know, alone is the word I guess." I felt tears well up in my eyes and my heart felt like it was going to break right there.
"Nah, you're not alone. C'mon, let's get a bite to eat." He steered me in the direction of the student center and we sat in the cafeteria taking and laughing until we were finally told to leave, the place had closed and we hadn't even noticed. At the end of the evening we walked back to the dorm together and when he dropped me off at the door to my wing there was a pause while I grabbed my key.
"Thanks for cheering me up. I really needed that." I smiled at him then shyly reached up to hug him around the neck. "You were such a great friend, and I really needed that."
"Yeah," Jesse had said. His voice was muffled by my hair. We pulled away and he waved a little and walked away. "See ya, Pal."
"Hey, Jesse?" He poked his head from around the corner near the elevator. "I hope...I mean that is...I don't know anyone here and I was wondering if you wanted to grab breakfast in the morning." I blurted. A slow smile had spread across his face and he nodded.
"I'll give you a call in the morning, okay?" The elevator binged to let us know that it was there.
"Okay, I'll talk to you then. Go get your elevator."
"Tomorrow," he said with one last nod and then he disappeared.
"Since then?" I came back to the present with a shake of my head. "Why didn't you ever say anything?"
"I never had the chance. Every time I tried to tell you it was just never the right time, or we were interrupted, or something happened! I've been trying to tell you for four years how much you mean to me, and the one time I finally said something you were too drunk to remember!"
"What are you talking about? I would definitely remember a conversation like that!" I snapped.
"It was right after that party with your sorority sisters-"
"Oh my god!" I whispered. "You promised to never ever bring that up!"
I had been partying with some of my former sorority sisters last year, and had had such a shitty day that I just sat and drank until it was time to leave, some eight hours later.