They apologized for not telling Holly out front of the guys she had gone to the party with. Olivar said that he had been trying to get a hold of her, but without a phone number or an address it was rather difficult. And Vin was still just as steamed and was ranting on and on about how he was going to kill them both come Monday. They arrived at Dipsi's in no time, considering she lived only 10 minutes away. Myra was the first one to the door, demanding to be told every little thing that happened. Then Dipsi flew around the corner, a string of "sorry"'s escaping her at her loudest. Blake walked casually around the corner and asked Vin to calm down, noticing that he was still fuming.

Before the night ended, they had decided not to tell anyone about it, because nothing happened in the end. Though they were all still pissed about it. It was a little after midnight, and Holly knew her mom would be wondering where she was, so she asked someone for a ride home. Just so happened Olivar was leaving then too and said he would drop her off. He led her out to his red truck that he had driven there earlier, before he and Vin ran to her rescue.

"Thanks for giving me a ride home Olivar. I didn't mean to spoil the night, but I don't want my mom to worry. I don't feel to well either." Holly said, buckling her seat belt, and leaning her head against the head rest. Olivar turned the car on and turned to her, watching her as she closed her eyes and brought her hand up to her temple like she had a headache. He moved his eyes down her stretched out body, suddenly realizing how attractive she was in that outfit. He moved his eyes to her skirt, and imagined himself sliding his hand up her thigh and…He shook his head, and started to pull out of the driveway.

"Sure, no problem. I don't think it would be good for you to walk home by yourself after tonight." He said, turning the wheel to the left as he turned a corner. After a few moments he spoke up again, "You look really pretty tonight Holly." Holly opened her eyes and looked into his, which were not on the road where she should be.

"You need to watch the road bud, and thanks. I think Kevin and Tyler thought so, too." She said sarcastically, while Olivar turned to look at the road quickly.

"Those guys are just horny perverts who have no way of getting any action. I'm sorry that this is the impression you get about the kids around here. Not everyone is like that, and I hope you know."

"Yeah, I know, and its ok. I just met up with some bad apples. I'm not too smart about choosing friends. But I think I did pretty good this time with the group and all." She smiled looking at him, and he smiled back.

The rest of the car ride was silent safe for her telling him directions, till he pulled into her driveway. He turned the car off and leaned back in his seat. They sat in silence for what seemed like ages until Holly spoke up.

"Well, I feel like I'm on a date." She laughed, picking at something on her skirt.

"Ha, yeah, and what a date it was," He returned sarcastically, laughing back, "oh, sorry."

"Nah, its ok. I won't let this bring me down. I'm stronger then that. I've already forgotten about it, so you forget about it too." And they looked at each other. Chestnut eyes burning into emerald eyes.

**He is soo cute. I think I really like him. Think I should tell him? Maybe…no…well, yes, I think I should. I'm going to tell him**

Holly fought with herself and opened her mouth to speak, but nothing came out. She tried again, but still no words escaped. But it seemed as though Olivar knew what she was trying to reveal.

"Yea, me too." He had a wide smile on his face, and he moved his hand up to her cheek, rubbing it with his thumb. She closed her eyes, leaned into his hand, and placed her own hand on top of his. He leaned his head towards her, resting forehead against forehead. Then he moved in for a kiss but she pulled back at first, surprising him. "I'm sorry, it's too soon-"

"No, that's not it. I've..never been..kissed." She let out a small laugh and looked at him.

"Oh, well, there's always a first. If you don't mind that is." He asked, looking in her eyes. She reached her free hand up to his face, slid it around his neck, and pulled him towards her, leaving them inches apart.

"Not at all." she whispered, and he touched his lips to hers lightly, then pulled back a few inches to see her reaction. He didn't have enough time before she captured his lips with hers. She slid across her seat into his, never unlocking their kiss. She let go after a few seconds for air, and leaned against his shoulder. He kissed her forehead, and then she started laughing.

"What's so funny?" He asked, pulling back, forcing her to sit up.

"Us! I met you three days ago and I just kissed you! I know nothing about you!" and she continued laughing with him just smiling at her.

"Your wrong. You know I like you." He said, starting to laugh himself.

"Ok, fine, get all technical on me. But seriously, I don't know *much* about you. I don't want to get into something with someone I don't know. Even though I still like you. And I don't want anyone to know either, ok?" She said, looking at him seriously, still smiling a little.

"Ok, I won't tell anyone. But how about we get to know each other better then. Want to hang out tomorrow? I get off from work at Barnes and Nobles at 4 o'clock. Want to meet me up there and we can hang out at the mall or something?" He leaned back against his window, playing with her fingers for entertainment. She watched him play with her hand a few before she answered.

"Sure, I have nothing else going on. Meet you there." And he leaned in to kiss her again. He meant for it to be a short kiss goodbye, but she wouldn't let go till they both were gasping for air. "I think I like this is kissing thing." She laughed and climbed out of the car. She walked to her front door and turned around to watch him pull out of her drive way and waved. He waved back before he disappeared around the corner. She went inside, up to her room and collapsed on her bed smiling her head off.