Work was exhausting. Kravitz bounty had gotten away not only once but twice and he could tell the Raven Queen was not pleased with his work for the past week. He couldn’t help it; Kravitz was distracted. That was the best explination for it. With Candlenights coming up it was getting hectic as Taako, his beautiful and wonderful elf boyfriend he was helplessly in love with, ran around trying to plan and get ready for the twenty five or so people coming to their house for the holiday.
Ripping a veil in the astral plane he stepped through as his face changed from the overly skeleton look he used for work (great for indtimidation factor) to his human form (the one Taako liked out of the two). Entering his and Taakos shared home he looked around and dropped his scyth by the front door into the overly sparkily scyth holder Taako had gotten him a year ago on Candle Nights.
“Taako I’m home,” Kravitz called out into the house which was a it big for this own tastes.
Walking into the living room he looked around and noticed it empty and oddly silent. Humming slightly as he moved to the kitchen where he defenatly expected his boyfriend to be. It was a surprise when he wasn’t.
“Taako?” He called into the house as he unbuttoned his black suit jacket and pulled it off putting it over his arm as he walked towards the stairs looking anywhere he expected Taako to actually be. Grabbing the wooden rail (a present Magnus had gotten them and had to beg taako to put in) he started up the stairs and headed towards the bedroom.
Softly opening the door Kravitz saw Taako laying on the bed wearing his ‘kiss the wizard’ crop top and a pair of sweatpants, which sweatpants itself was an odd sight to see on Taako, he was also fast asleep. No makeup or glamour on and snoring softly in his sleep Kravitz couldn’t help but smile.
He was so in love with this elf. So in love.
Walking over to the bed Kravitz pulled the covers over Taako and leaned down kissing him softly on the head causing Taako to stir and mumble something under his breath which Kravitz could only make out the words ‘cold’ and ‘bone’.
Walking out of the room he closed the door softly putting his hand into his pocket and softly playing with the ring box in his pocket.
Yes he really did love Taako Taaco.