the wrong kind of compatible

A Nominee for the RONEs – Please Vote


I need your help! Every year, InD’Tale magazine honors the books they’ve reviewed with the RONE Awards. The Wrong Kind of Compatible is up for the award in the Contemporary: Cops, Jocks & Cowboys category!

The way the RONE Awards work is…

  • PHASE 1: Throughout the year, InD’Tale reviews books.
  • PHASE 2: Books with 4.5 or 5-star reviews are put up for reader voting.
  • PHASE 3: The top reader voted books move on to a judging pool of editors, agents, and other industry professionals to determine winners.

The Wrong Kind of Compatible earned a 4.5-Star review, and reader voting starts TODAY!

If you loved The Wrong Kind of Compatible, I’m hoping you’d consider voting for it.

Voting for the Contemporary: Cops, Jocks, & Cowboys genre lasts from May 7th-13th. You do have to login to InD’Tale to vote. A huge thank you in advance!!!


$0.99 SALE – The Wrong Kind of Compatible


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For a limited time only (Feb 12-16), you can get started on my Love Undercover romantic comedy series with The Wrong Kind of Compatible for only $0.99!!!

✭✭✭✭✭ “Amazingly hot, funny and intense, with unforgettable, geeky characters. Two thumbs up!!” ~The Romance Reviews (Top Pick)

Data analyst Cassie Howard may be brilliant (and, okay, a little awkward), but she’s worked hard to get where she is. She definitely doesn’t need some sexy new analyst coming in and taking credit for her work. Or the inappropriate thoughts that keep popping out of her mouth she’d rather he not hear.

For undercover FBI agent Drew Kerrigan, computers have always made more sense than people, but he’d better develop some slick social skills in a hurry if he’s going to win over the too-tantalizing-for-his-sanity Cassie.

Hacking their systems was easy. Now he’s just got to hack the one person in the company most likely to see through his ruse…


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AU: Amazon | iBooks | Kobo | Google Play
*Kobo AU is still pending the price drop, but should be coming.

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Meet Max Carter

Meet Max Carter–brilliant, hot, and damn fine FBI agent–whose perfectly ordered life is about to get a whole lot messier once Gina Castillo gets involved!

Before Max got his own story, we first met him in The Wrong Kind of Compatible


TaO Teaser 1Drew took another swig of his beer and pretended to watch the baseball game on the TV over the bar. Max had dragged him to their favorite Irish pub—all mahogany wood, a hundred beers on tap, and sports on every TV—for a few hours on a Saturday night. He’d insisted Drew needed to get out of his head before he went out of his mind.

He’d been working flat out trying to find something, anything, to close this damn case and escape his own personal hell. Being around Cassie without allowing himself to stare, or tease, or touch, was damn near killing him. If this went on much longer, the FBI would find his cold, lifeless body in his apartment, and the coroner’s report would cite an excessive buildup of sexual tension in the cells as the cause of death.

She, in the meantime, didn’t seem the least bothered by their status quo.

“What’s your problem, Kerrigan?” Max drawled, neatly stacking the coasters, flipping one over so that the same side was facing up on all of them.

Drew raised a single eyebrow. His friend’s OCD was showing.

“Shut up.”

“Didn’t say anything,” Drew replied.

Max wasn’t to be sidetracked from his earlier question, though. “You’ve been about as fun as a sandy towel at the beach. I’m used to you not speaking much, but if I didn’t know you better, I’d say you’re in need of some mind-blowing sex.”

Drew’s body agreed as a crystal-clear image of Cassie’s gorgeous body assailed him. Unfortunately, banging his head on the bar in an attempt to rid himself of said image would only make Max more suspicious. “I’m not,” the words came out as a growl.

“No?” Max challenged.

Unwilling to argue, Drew shrugged and swung his gaze back to the game. Not that he’d paid enough attention to even know the score, but what the hell.

“I told you getting close to your assignment was a bad idea.”

Damn Max and the computer he carried around instead of a brain. He was almost as bad as Cassie in the hit-the-head-on-the-nail analysis of others. “I didn’t ask for your opinion.”

“When my buddy starts acting like a bug crawled up his ass, I have to step in. It’s just the kind of guy I am.” Max slapped him on the back just as he was taking a swig of beer, and Drew came up spluttering.

In retaliation, Drew scoured his brain for a diversion and landed on a topic guaranteed to distract. “Has your mom found you a wife yet?”

Max’s expression snapped from grinning to pissed in less time than it took him to trace laundered money to the source. “Low blow, man. Why’d you have to take it there?”

Get to know Max before his story comes out Nov 13th!!!

New Cover & Excerpt – The Wrong Kind of Compatible

The Wrong Kind of Compatible is getting a new cover and I LURV it so much! I hope you do. It will go up on retailers soon, but here it is for your viewing pleasure (along with an excerpt)…





His name came out like a blast from a shotgun, and Cassie was vaguely aware of several heads in cubes turning her direction.

He stood up to face her, blinking in seeming innocence. “Is there a problem?”

Cassie wasn’t sure whether she wanted to laugh at the question or bop the man over the head.

“Yes,” she said in deliberately slow cadence, each word dripping in sarcasm. “There’s a problem when you go off on your own, when all I asked you to do was check my numbers.”

Drew held up his hands. “I’m sorry if I stepped on your toes, but this is worth a look.”

God. She really had found the male version of herself.  “You’re right.”

He cocked his head. “I am?”

“Yes. You’re stepping all over my toes. They’re practically black and blue thanks to you tromping around.”

Drew actually looked down at her feet as if he’d see her toes all bruised up for real, then glanced back up, an oddly assessing light in his eyes. “But if you’ll just take a moment…” He pointed at the screen.

Irritation hijacked her common sense, and she stepped into him. Because Drew was already standing close, they were now practically chest to…well, she was short…so boobs to abs. She still managed to squeeze her hand between them and poke him in the pecs with her finger. “Knock it off, Kerrigan. My recommendations are what we’re going with.”

Drew’s unnatural stillness filtered through her annoyance. A burning need in blue eyes now laser focused on her.

Sweet baby Jesus. The nerves in her body, already revved up, jumped right back to hot, luscious life as blood flooded every erogenous zone, including a few she hadn’t been aware she had.

“Cassie, Drew… You guys ready?”

Drew jerked his head up, straightening away from her at the same time, and Cassie whipped her head around to find Kevin at the end of the aisle waiting.

“Be right there,” she called, and hoped to high heaven Kevin hadn’t noticed her choked voice, how close she’d been standing to Drew, or the tension practically radiating off them both.

Tuesday Teaser: Love Undercover

To celebrate wrapping up edits on The Attraction Equation, book 2 of my Love Undercover series which will be out this November, how about I share an excerpt from book 1, The Wrong Kind of Compatible?Drew and Cassie are about to find out just how sexy a server room can get…

(Don’t worry, excerpts from book 2 are coming soon!)


“Don’t you ever—” She cut herself off and glanced around the office. No one was paying them any attention, but she still gave a frantic look around before dragging him across the floor and around the corner where she opened a door marked as the server room, hauling him inside by the arm, and closing the door behind them.

Racks and racks of Data Minds’ proprietary servers hummed as they did the extraordinary work for the company. The room wasn’t as big as it could’ve been as Data Minds did a good deal of their work in the cloud, but these machines were where most of his and Cassie’s work was housed.

She visibly shivered as the colder temperature in the room hit them both. He couldn’t miss how her nipples peaked against her shirt in response to the chill. His mental image of lifting her shirt to suck those hard peaks into his mouth disappeared as she rounded on him.

“Don’t you ever undermine my analysis in front of anyone again. We agreed—”

He stepped closer, refusing to back down. “No. You dictated and assumed I agreed.”

She plonked her hands on her hips, angling her face to look up at him. “But you apologized.”

“For stepping on your toes. Not for being wrong.”

Her lips flattened. “Why didn’t you argue more if you felt so strongly about it?”

“I believe your words were, ‘Knock it off, Kerrigan. My recommendations are what we’re going with.’”

“And then you threw it in my face in front of our boss?”

Damn she was amazing when she got all worked up. The deep v of her shirt showed her breasts rising and falling with each agitated breath.

Suddenly the space felt way too intimate, closing in on him. The hum of the machines all around them provided a strange sense of being worlds away from the office that lurked just on the other side of the door. Her jasmine scent curled around him, and the distance between them needed to be increased. Immediately.

He turned away, intending to leave before he did something ill advised.

“I’m not finished,” she snapped.

Her words had him swinging back around. “What?”

She stalked toward him, stealing his breath with every step closer. When they were toe to toe, she glared at him, opening and closing her mouth a couple of times like she wanted to tell him off, but couldn’t find the right words.

“This can’t go on,” she finally muttered.

Then, in a move that stunned the hell out of him, Cassie stepped into him, tugged his head down, and proceeded to press those lush, fantasy-inducing lips against his.


Summer Insanity is Almost Over

On August 17th, the kids go back to school, and our fantastic but totally nutty summer comes to an end. Boy did it fly. I find it funny that the advent of school will actually slow us down. Here’s what happened over the last few months, starting at the end of May!

Estes Park, Colorado

We spent 10 days at my favorite place in the world doing all my favorite things. Spending time with family, hiking, eating, shopping. Loved it! Nothing better in the world IMO.

Book Release–The Wrong Kind of Compatible by Kadie Scott

My first romantic comedy, The Wrong Kind of Compatible, under my Kadie Scott pen name, released with Entangled on June 12th. I’ve been thrilled with the feedback and really enjoyed all the release festivities (blog tour, Facebook take overs, Facebook parties, etc.)

Birthday Parties

We celebrated birthdays for kids, parents, and friends over the course of the summer. February through July for us is insane birthday season. Now we have a “break.”

Dallas & St. Louis

We visited my hubby’s fam in Dallas and all drove up to St. Louis together for a lovely family wedding. We also did all sorts of fun things, including a Cardinals game!

Signed Entangled Contract–Inferno Rising

I signed a contract with Entangled for a 4-book paranormal romance series, tentatively titled “Inferno Rising” under my Abigail Owen pen name. This one I contracted on proposal, and I am obsessing over it. The world is so alive in my head! #TheDragonsAreComing!

Summer Camp

My oldest went to summer camp which involved transporting him to Dallas. And then heading back up there a week later for the parent presentations and to pick him up. It was a STEM camp and they did cool things like learn to be a CSI, build and program a robot car, and dissect a cow’s heart. Super cool.

Time with Bro & Fam

My brother and his family lived in our house all summer. They are between digs at the moment, and they house sat and watched our dogs while we were gone so much. In between trips we got to spend a lot of wonderful time with them.

California Friends

We went back to our old home in El Dorado Hills, CA to visit friends there. We got up to Lake Tahoe for a day, and otherwise took it easy and had a blast seeing our buddies. That’s what I miss most about CA…our friends.

Writing Inferno Rising Book #1

I signed that contract and have been writing book 1 since June. I’ve finished the first draft and am working on second draft right now. Close to 85k words done with 90k being the goal. Seriously, when I say obsessing, I mean it. I am deep in this on and LOVING it!


Lots of editing going on at the same time. A combo of working on proposals for new books, and working with my editor on The Attraction Equation (book 2 in my Kadie Scott Love Undercover romantic comedy series).

RWA in Orlando & Disney

In July I attended RWA Nationals in Orlando, rooming with my buds Nicole and Tracy, attending workshops, giving one of own workshops, etc. Had a BLAST! And rounded it out with a day at The Magic Kingdom.


Placed 2nd in PRISM Awards

My paranormal romance novella, Her Demigod Complex, placed 2nd in the PRISM Awards for novella! Honored and thrilled to even be a finalist. Thank you so much to FF&P for running such a fantastic contest.

AOAD Business Growing

Authors On a Dime continues to grow and grow. I’m getting lots of great business. Anything from book covers (probably what I do the most), to other marketing graphics, to editing, to Facebook parties. Love working with all those fantastic authors and having a different creative outlet!

RVing at Krause Springs

We rented an RV and went to Krause Springs, TX for a few days to “relax.” And it was lovely. The kids had a blast. Other than the cottonmouth snakes and the big thunderstorm that rolled through the last night, so did we! 🙂

Prepping for School

With only a week to go, I’m now deep in prep for school time. This includes cleaning my entire house. Doing a ton of laundry (remember we’ve been traveling all summer). Buying school clothes. Getting kids hair cuts. A massive grocery shopping (again, all that being away from home). And my daughter wants me to help her start and Endangered Animals Club this year.


I’ll be sad to not have the kids to myself during the day, but returning to a routine and slowing down a bit will be nice. We had a wonderful summer, enjoying each and every trip. But I will say it was a little too much. Next year we’re limiting ourselves and spending more time at home. Lol. I hope you also had a wonderful summer, and, if you’re like me and prepping for back to school, best of luck to you!

Nerdy Sexual Innuendo

Originally posted on Fresh Fiction 6/16/2017


CompatibleTeaser1Don’t you love a good double meaning? I’ve always been a sucker for puns. The cheesier the better. But add some hidden sexual connotation and you’ve got me. Hook, line, and sinfully amused.

In THE WRONG KIND OF COMPATIBLE, Cassie and Drew take sexual innuendo in a somewhat unusual direction. Both are brilliant, but socially awkward with it. She blurts out everything that comes into her head, and he is the strong, silent type who says the wrong thing when he tries too hard. Between the two of them, they get into a (hopefully) hilarious—at first inadvertent—back and forth of geeky sexual innuendo.

For example:

Cassie looked up at the ceiling, doing her level best to return to the sane, rational woman she usually was. “Actually, grab your laptop. You’ll want to take notes, and possibly work through a few things on your own.”

“Will I need my dongle?”

She froze in the middle of taking her seat and checked his expression. Had he meant the double entendre, or was her dirty mind taking her there on its own?

“That’s…up to you,” she said slowly. Then bit her lip as the possible implications of her response sank in.

I had a ton of fun researching and coming up with different phrases that screamed geeky sexual innuendo. One of the best sources is here. Way more than you’d think. Computers really do use a lot of funny words. Sadly, I wasn’t able to include everything I ran across.

What I did discover is that once you start actively trying to think of and list phrases with sexual innuendo, I started to hear it in everything. Imagine trying to explain laughing out loud at a phrase by telling people you’re writing a book with lots of innuendo and what they just said was loaded with it? Awkward at best, I promise. But I refuse to give up my wicked amusement about these. A little awkwardness never bothered me.

Here are a few of the funnier ones I ran across while writing Drew and Cassie’s story:

  • Maybe we should do some penetration testing.
  • I’d like to unzip your files.
  • I hack you in my dreams, baby.
  • Would you like my attribute on your property?
  • You can talk to me in binary all the way home, baby.
  • It’s not the bandwidth, it’s how you use it.
  • You had me at data.
  • Just being around you sets my synapses on fire.
  • You just made my floppy a hard drive.
  • You have the hottest multi-touch interface.
  • You auto-complete me.
  • I think you crashed my server.
  • Would it be easier to embed you if I show you my plugins?
  • You should see the size of my keyboard!

That’s just a handful and I still crack up every time I read them. Like any pick up line, they’d be terrible if delivered straight. But delivered in awkward, inadvertent moments might just be adorable. What do you think? Would any of these lines catch your attention? Which ones do you think made it into the book?

10 “Romantic” Office Trysts

Originally posted on Ever After Romance, June 2017.


CompatibleTeaser2It’s a dirty job, but…

I was married when I started working for a large Silicon Valley tech company, so I never had an office romance to find out for myself. However, I heard a handful of stories from my single friends at work about places people would “get it on” in the office.

Very few stories. Here’s why… Companies frown heavily on nookie in the office. As in you get fired. Therefore, I am in no way encouraging this in real life. But in a romance novel, this still happens a lot. Why? Let’s be honest, office lovin’ can be an exciting and sexy endeavor—the heat of the moment, the lure of the forbidden, the danger of exposure (no pun intended).

So, let’s talk about some arousing, yet inappropriate, options to get horizontal, or sometimes vertical, in the office…and why most of them blow (again with the unintended puns).


  1. Boss’s Private Office

Not even an option…

These days, most companies no longer have private personal offices with walls and doors. It’s much cheaper to put up cubes, and those suckers have zero privacy. In fact, every job I’ve had, even the CEO didn’t have an office. So even if your character IS the CEO, this likely just isn’t an option.

  1. Supply Closet

How cliché can you get?

Yes, I tried to sneak this in. And yes, my editor slapped my wrists. Lol. However, this is one of the few rooms with a door and walls. I can also tell you this room doesn’t get a lot of traffic, so the chances of discovery are slightly diminished. Although I don’t know how sexy pens and pads of paper are.


  1. Elevator

Of course not…but maybe.

Elevators in most offices either only go 3-4 floors. Those that go higher, like in large cities, are constantly on the move, stopping at almost every floor during the day. There’s no possible way you’d have time or privacy. Unless it was at night and most everyone had gone home. Then you might have a shot. Then again, most elevators in corporate buildings now come equipped with cameras, so…busted!


  1. Stairwell

The alternative to the elevator…

In my office, the stairs almost got more use than the elevators. Companies might take up only one or two floors, so it’s easier to just go back and forth. However, I’ve never worked in a high rise, so maybe there, the stairs get less action? Or more action. (Okay, I give up. I’m just going to include the puns.) Either way, the tricky part with stairs is no place to hide.


  1. Restrooms

Just gross…

Depending on location, the bathrooms might be a good bet for privacy. However, even if the bathrooms are kept pristinely clean, I still say gross. They tell you not to even touch the door handles. You’d have to be pretty fit to manage getting it on without touching anything in there.


  1. Parking Garage/Lot/Cars

Are you small and flexible?

More private options here, especially if you time things after everyone has come in for the day or before the mass exodus. If you got to one of your cars, even more privacy. But have you ever done it in a car? I hope you’re a contortionist and not very tall. Otherwise, good luck. Also, like with elevators, most parking garages have cameras. In addition, most companies have rules against sleeping in your car on the property let alone going at it.


  1. Printing Room

Where’d it go?

Much like the boss’s office, printing rooms don’t pop up in every office these days. Most small printing machines now do everything. Besides, much less work is done with paper, remaining on our computers instead. Where I worked, we had 2 printers out among the cubes. No private room. Although that whole “copier running while you’re having some fun” does appeal. And you even get souvenirs.


  1. Conference Room

High traffic but private…

While private offices are going the way of the dinosaur, private conference rooms are still a necessary evil. Most of the time you can block off a room, showing it as in use. However, you can’t lock the door. People searching for an empty room are apt to walk in, though many knock first. So you have to way the likelihood of discovery with the fact that it’s a private space.


  1. Under Your Desk

Those cubes really put a damper on office romance.

Again, the cube issue might get in your way. It depends on how open the cubes are, how tall they are, if there’s any privacy, and so forth. Also, most of those cubes are tiny, so actually fitting you both under there is a conundrum. Also, the noise factor.


  1. Server Room

Private, loud, and…brrrrrr.

This is the room where racks and racks (or just rack) of computers running the office are all lined up and humming. The good news? This room is super low traffic. Only the techs come in, and even then, it’s not a regular visit. The next bit of good news? It’s loud in there with all those machines humming. So the noise factor is also limited. The bad news? Dang it’s freezing. Office mates might get suspicious when you bundle up in a parka every day at noon.


Maybe I’ve ruined your romantic vision of office trysts. Or maybe I’ve given you ideas. 😊 (Again, I am not encouraging this behavior.) But if you’re like me, a good office romance novel will always top my list of must reads (and must writes). In The Wrong Kind of Compatible, do you think Drew and Cassie get busy in the office? And if they do, can you guess where? You’ll have to read it to find out for sure!

Alternative Swear Words

Originally posted on Just Contemporary Romance, June 2017.


CompatibleTeaser3cI have to start by confessing a particularly bad habit of mine… I swear like a sailor. Actually, to be more accurate, I swear like a Quentin Tarantino film. It’s bad, and I promise I’m working on it. In my defense, certain words communicate the emotion better than the watered-down versions. And certain words just feel so good on the tongue.

With that in mind, you’d think writing a character who is deliberate about using alternative swear words would be difficult for me. In The Wrong Kind of Compatible, Cassie swears a lot (like me), but she substitutes alternative swear words. Not because she minds the swear words. Her reasons have more do with a little competition with her brothers (who have kids) to see who can be the most creative with the alternatives.

As a mama who struggles to tame this tendency around her kids, I love the idea of a character who tempers her habit for her nieces and nephews. However, I didn’t want Cassie to sound too prim or too “perfect mommy,” and so I had a goal with the alternatives.

Goal: funny but not too cutsie (which is a tricky balance to strike).

The other tricky part is coming up with word combinations which are obviously being used as swear words. There were a few combos I tried which, in context, I think would throw readers because it’ll take a minute to figure out that it’s a curse.

I thought you might get a kick out of some of the ones I came up with.

  • Cheese and krakens (couldn’t help myself. the geek in me rejoiced at this one.)
  • Goodnight nurse
  • Fish in a barrel
  • Fiddlesticks
  • Shut the truck up
  • Sure as shootin’
  • Honest to gravy
  • Bananas
  • Son of a nutcracker
  • Mother trucker
  • What the fedora
  • Gorgonzola on a stick
  • Cracker jacks
  • Heavens to megatron (this was mergatroid, but the geek in me had to change it)
  • Bull honkey
  • Work her corn nuts off
  • Farfegnugen
  • Dang rabbit
  • Fraggle rock

I mean, can you read those, or picture using them, without giggling? I can’t, which made them a lot of fun to write. I didn’t get to incorporate all of them, but I certainly tried.

How about you? Do you have any entertaining swear word alternatives?

Geek is the New Sexy

From Sherlock to Sheldon, geeks are the new sexy! What is it about them that we love so much? Why do we want to see them get the girl? Admittedly, I’m playing into a stereotype here. But being a geek myself, and married to one, I figure I can have a bit of fun trying to figure out why we can’t get enough of geeks.

Guy or gal, here are 5 of my favorite reasons for loving geeks…

Self-Deprecating Wit

A sense of humor is often one of the top “desired characteristics in a mate” listed by bot men and women for their ideal match. If you know a geek, or are a geek, you know they put those smarts to work in their humor. Geeks in my world tend to have the best one-liners, zingers, puns, and jokes. And, unlike some other hero stereotypes—*cough* alphaholes *cough*—geeks have no problem making fun of themselves.


Rock a Cool T-Shirt

Pocket protectors and suspenders are no longer the geeky uniform. Instead they’ve cornered the cool t-shirt market. IMO, this is just taking the humor from above and making it wearable (and sellable). Also a great conversation starter (if you understand the joke they’re wearing that day). Bonus effect, those t-shirts help you identify a fellow geek with similar interests.

Score Higher on the Relatability Scale

Perhaps the perception is that geeks are more relatable than those uber-alpha-males, or is my own geekiness showing through here? Granted, when they go off on a subject I’m unfamiliar with, I can glaze over. But that’s true with anyone. So maybe that’s it. Maybe all of us has a bit of geek in us in some way (big or small). This makes geeks kind of the guy next door.


Smart is Hot

I don’t know about you, but I find someone who uses their brain and enjoys learning and expanding their world to be super hot. For women considering a geeky male, there may also be a “natural provider” instinct thing going on. In caveman days, the natural provider was the strong tough guy who could protect and hunt. These days, providers need a big brain to compete in a rapidly-changing technical world.

Geeks Make the Best Lovers

I came across this Wired article and just had to share. It includes all sorts of reasons why geeks would make the best lovers. The list includes things like geeks get personal with tech, geeks dig consensual role playing, geeks know kinky, and so forth. Read more here:


Do I even need to keep going after that last one? *mike drop*


Lovestruck Facebook Group Takeover

If you can’t get enough geeky romance, come have fun with me today! I’ll be taking over the Lovestruck Fans Facebook page all day to share more geeky glory in the form of adorakable games and giveaways. Drop by and join in!

And don’t forget to check out my new release THE WRONG KIND OF COMPATIBLE featuring Drew and Cassie, two geeks who eventually figure out how perfect they are for each other!


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