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After running up gambling debts that he cannot pay back, Jack Eames suffers a horrendous acid attack that leaves him completely blind and the pretty face he'd always relied on destroyed. Arthur Levine can't just stand back and do nothing.
“That’s not fair Eames, we’re not breaking up, you know it’s just-“
“A safety precaution, yeah yeah.”
Because he knows. They both do. ‘In our line of work...’ is one of Eames’ absolute least favourite phrases, but it’s also usually prelude to his least favourite truths. Truths like the fact that really, they both know they’re a disaster waiting to happen, that someday, probably not too far in the future, one of them will be used as leverage against the other and it’s going to fucking work, because they’re too far gone now, too invested, too emotionally attached and too stupidly in love-
Arthur is stretched out on the sand, sun dazzling in his eyes as he blinks and sits up. Looking around, he realizes there isn’t anything for miles ahead, just the glorious sun pouring down and clear, blue water lapping against the shore.
Slowly, something begins to poke at his mind- something struggling to come to the forefront of his consciousness.
The one where Eames is tired of them dancing around each other and goes for the prize, only to have Arthur pull a Dean Winchester on him. Only for a while, though. Because apparently, limbo isn't completely a bad thing and helps relationships blossom. Sort of.