Accidentally in Love
Rated PG-13 and may escalated to a higher PG-13 lvl, but that will be announced.
Heyy, this is my first fanfic post on Seribii so I hope it doesn't suck! Lol. Basically the whole story is about Dawn who decides to travel with Drew for awhile because he is supposed to teach her how to be a better coordinator and her mom thinks it’s a good idea. But, as most partnerships go between argumentative people, the two of them share a few quarrels, a few special moments and among other things some interesting experiences. And just to top it all off, Drew thinks he is going to win the Grand Festival for the third year running but Dawn seems to have other plans that balance with a few tricks up her sleeve...
(References used: Bulbapedia.)
Yeah, I did use Bulbapedia for some things to make sure that the pokeworld agreed with everything I write.
Hope it doesn't suck! Reviews (Good or bad) are welcome but no nasty flames please! >.< Enjoy!
So she said what's the problem baby
What's the problem I don't know
Well maybe I'm in love (love)
Think about it every time
I think about it
Can't stop thinking 'bout it
How much longer will it take to cure this
Just to cure it cause I can't ignore it if it's love
Makes me wanna turn around and face me but I don't know nothing 'bout love
We're accidentally in love
Accidentally in love
Drew scowled. Dawn glowered.
“You don’t have to be such a pushover!” Drew said, flicking his hair out of his eyes.
“Pushover?!” Dawn exclaimed angrily.
“Yeah, ever hear the word?” Drew spat.
“Yes, but the definition doesn’t apply to me as much as it does you!” Dawn snarled.
“You wish.” Drew smirked egotistically.
“Why don’t you just skip off to May and leave me alone.”
“I don’t skip.”
“Oh right, you strut.”
“I do not!
“Sure you don’t!” Dawn smirked.
“So immature.” Drew rolled his eyes. “Roserade. Come one.” The small rose pokemon followed obediently as its trainer retreated to the pokemon center.
“At least I don’t overwork my pokemon the way you hurt your poor Absol!” Dawn called. Drew froze. This was a touchy subject and she knew that.
“It’s none of your business how I train my pokemon. Besides, didn’t your last boyfriend train his like the devil?” If she was going to fight dirty so would he.
“That’s different!” Dawn snapped.
“Not really; good treatment of your pokemon is the same for all trainers. That’s a basic rule, Arceus, your worse than May!”
“Nothing to say? Fine, let me go rest my pokemon at the center so we can actually win the Grand Festival tomorrow.” Drew began walking again with Roserade following. Dawn glowered again.
“You think your all that only because you’re one year older than me! Eighteen isn’t all that great!” she called angrily. Drew rolled his eyes and held up his hand as he continued walking to the pokemon center. “Meanie!” Dawn snarled under her breath and stalked after him into the center.
“One room please.” Drew’s overly polite voice floated around the room.
“Oh, I’m terribly sorry. We are all booked up tonight!” Nurse Joy apologized. “You could try the Hotel Grand Lake. It’s the closest thing to Pastoria that may have room. You see the Grand Festival has caused quite a commotion and many trainers have come to support their friends and watch the coordinators battle. The resort is just down route 213 and along Valor Lakefront. Again, I apologize for the inconvenience.”
Drew smiled and thanked the nurse while Dawn dug for her map.
“That just sucks.” She said pulling it out of her bag. Drew didn’t reply as he stepped outside and began walking. “Hotel Grand Lake is one of Sinnoh's most popular resorts. Taking up a large stretch of Route 213 and part of Valor Lakefront, the hotel's rooms are actually small bungalows spread out on terraces along the grounds. The hotel is also the home of the Seven Stars Restaurant, an eatery where double battles are held every day between 9 AM and 11 PM. The resort is very close to Pastoria City, and a ways away from Sunyshore.” Dawn read. Suddenly she froze and Drew nearly bumped into her.
“What?” he asked.
“The rooms are little cottage-like things.” She said staring at the map.
“And?” Drew asked, irriated.
“That means I have to sleep outside!” she groaned.
“What are you talking about?” Drew snapped in annoyance.
“I can’t afford to stay at a place like this!” she whined.
“I still don’t see your point.”
“I can’t sleep in there if I can’t afford it! We aren’t all Grand Festival winners with tons of money and fans like you!” she snapped.
“Who said you would be paying for anything? I might be easily irritated by you but I’m not about to make you sleep outside!” Drew scoffed.
“Oh!” Dawn exclaied in surprise. By now they had reached and were crossing the beach that lead to the front entrance of Hotel Grand Lake of of route 213. When they entered Drew greeted the receptionist with the same polite tone he had used at the pokemon center.
“One room for two please.” He said. The receptionist was momentarily stunned by his appearance as she fumbled for a form.
“U-Um…sure.” She gushed.
Drew patiently filled out the form and gathered the key. He then thanked the receptionist and pulled Dawn along by the sleeve. The seventeen year old coordinator followed quietly still thankful to Drew for this.
“How about we eat first?” Drew offered.
“My treat.”he rolled his eyes.
Dawn nodded thankfully and they walked side by side to the Seven Stars Restaurant right alongside of Lake Valor.
“Table for two.” Drew insisted on being polite.
“Yes sir. Inside or outside?” the hostess asked gthering two menus. Drew turned to Dawn.
“Inside is fine.” She said.
“By a window please.” Drew added.
“Right this way.” The hostes smiled and motioned for them to follow. She lead them to a table in the back, left corner and placed the menus down. “Thank you, and have a nice evning.”
“Thank you.” Drew replied as he pulled out a chair for Dawn. The hostess smiled and dissapeared. Dawn sat awkwardly and held the menu up to her nose scaning it for the cheapest thing. Drew sat and also began to examin his menu.
The cheapest thing was an appetizer for two consiting of multiple berries and different sushi’s which was still fairly expensive at 20.99 Pokedollars.
Neither of them spoke throughout the meal except for a few words of thanks on Dawn’s part. When they finished Drew paid the bill and thanked the waitress. As they were leaving he commented on Dawn’s eating habbits.
“You have a much more manerly eating style than May, as she would guzzle everything down in seconds.”
Dawn could only nod as her stomach began to bother her when they arrived.
They had fourth and largest little bungalow at the top of the hill. Right out front it had the pool and out of the widow you could easily see Seven Stars Restaurant down below. Inside, there was a desk along one wall and a refrigerator in the corner. An exotic looking plant stood in the other corner but Dawn noticed none of this. She was staring at the one, king-sized bed along the back wall of the room.
Drew threw his coat over the back of the chair and pried Dawn’s bag out of her iron grasp, placing it on the desk. Then he returned Roserade to its pokeball and placed his own belongs on the desk.
“T-there’s only one bed.” Dawn spluttered.
“Of course. You didn’t think two would fit in here did you?” Drew replied unaffected. Dawn tried to move but her body was frozen. Drew ignored her and began checking the recipt from the dinner. Dawn was about to comment further but her stomach gave a lurch and she sprinted to the bathroom. Dawn vomited in the toliet and her stomach surrendered all the nasty berries she had been trying to keep down. Dawn watched in disgust as a cheri berry spiraled down the drain. Then another wave of nausea hit and she vomted again.
“Hey. You ok?” Drew asked from the doorway. Dawn shook her head and yet another wave of nausea hit causing the berries to swirl down the drain again. Drew held her hair back and waited until Dawn was finished to flush. Dawn groaned leaned on the sink for support.
“Can you make it to the bed?” Drew asked. Dawn nodded and tried to walk over but she stubled along the way and Drew caught her. “Maybe not.” He helped her to the bed and then grabbed the trashcan and placed it at the bedside. Dawn sat very still letting her stomach settle. Then it passed as quickly as it had come and Dawn sighed in relief.
“Thanks.” She mumbled and Drew hid a smile. Dawn stood and grabbed her bag so she could change into her pajamas. She entered the bathroom and closed the door.
Dawn pulled out her pink pajama pants and slipped them on. She searched through her bag for the tanktop that went with it but it was mising. Dawn growled in annoyance and wrapped a towel around herself, she exited the bathroom and began searching.
“What are you looking for?” Drew asked looking at the recipt again.
“My pajama top.” Dawn answered. She searched the desk onehanded and came up with nothing. “Ugh!” Suddenly a cloth covered her face and landed on her head. Dawn pulled it off hopefully but it wasn’t her tanktop she was holding. She stared at the black shirt in puzzlment. “What…?”
“Use that for now.” Drew replied. Dawn turned and saw he was topless and she blushed. The minute he turned his back on her she slipped it on and and threw the towel back on the rack. Then Dawn brushed her teeth and got ready for bed. She sent out Piplup and settled on the bed with her brush. The Penguin pokemon yawned and fell asleep in her lap as Dawn began brushing. Meanwhile Drew had thrown on a pair of lose shorts to sleep with and tossed his things back onto the desk. Dawn finished brushing and packed all her thigns away and returned Piplup to its pokeball after a goodnight kiss. Then she stood awkwardly looking at the bed while Drew plopped down on it.
“Are you planing on sleeping standing up?” he asked. Dawn blushed but didn’t move.
“I-I think…I’ll just…um…” Dawn gulped. “Um…call…May or … Ash first. Yeah, I’m gonna go…call Ash!” Dawn stuttered and turned to look for her pokenav.
“I don’t think the Pokenav’s work here.” Drew said doubtfully. Dawn’s face fell. Drat! Now she had nothing to delay with!
“Oh…OK.” She forced a smile.
“What are you doing? Not trying to avoid getting in bed are you?” Drew asked with a smirk.
“No!” Dawn blazed.
“Good. Because in that case I would have had to sleep on the floor if it made you uncomfortable.”
“You might be on the floor soon.” Dawn mumbled.
“Come on then.” Drew mocked.
“You know what? I would actaully prefer to sleep on the floor!” Dawn said smiling. Drew smirked victoriously.
“But I couldn’t possibly let you do that!” he protested mockingly.
Dawn scowled at him and pulled her blanket onto the floor. She grabbed her pillow and lay down grumbling. Drew sighed and stood. He easily scooped her into his arms and placed her on the bed.
“I’ll sleep on the floor.”
“No buts. Now go to bed, some of us actually have to win tommorrow.”
Dawn sighed and lay her head back onto Drew’s pillow. In the few seconds he had lay there, the pillow had picked up his scent. It was curt yet floral somehow.
Eventually Dawn fell asleep because the next thing she new she was opening her eyes. The first thing she saw was impossibly green.
“Ahiiik!” Dawn’s cry echoed throughout the entire cottage and probably outside as well. Drew woke with a start.
“What?!” he exclaimed.
Dawn ignored him as she stood and grabed her pillow. She gave him one big whack on the head before turning and crossing her arms.
“What?!” Drew asked again.
“You’re a real retard you know that?” Dawn scowled and then stalked into the bathroom and slammed the door shut leaving a muddled Drew behind.
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