Anna hasn’t been to the ocean in a long time, her memories of venturing to the beach covered with corroding sand, everything too fuzzy for her to make out. But standing on the warm sand, heated by the sun’s gentle kisses of light, she looks out at the water. It almost blends into the sky, a gradient from the waters to the skies, the horizon blurring the farther out she gazes.
Ruby wraps her arms around Anna’s neck, pushing up against her. One thing about swimsuits is how exposing they are, skin pressing to skin, body heat easily transferring, even through the fabric of the bikini tops. Ruby cranes her neck, getting a look at Anna’s eyes, still fixed on the ocean.
“You gonna stare at it all day?” Ruby teases, hugging Anna a little tighter. Tenderly, she plants a kiss on Anna’s temple, “Or are we going in?”
Anna hums, still focused on the ocean. That’s not enough for Ruby, the girl deciding to make a trail down Anna’s face with sweet kisses, soon reaching Anna’s mouth. There’s a stifled little moan from Anna, but soon she melts into it, still leaning forward even when Ruby draws back away.
“Oh, so you just want me to kiss you while you stare down tourists,” Ruby laughs, kissing just above Anna’s eyebrow, “Classy, angel, really classy.”
“If I say I changed my mind would you let me go?” Anna asks, looking at Ruby from the corner of her eye. She tries not to smile, but she does find herself stroking Ruby’s back, showing some sign of enjoyment.
Ruby smirks with a laugh, kissing just below her earlobe before whispering, “Not a chance.”