When she leaves, Michael turns to narrow his eyes and give Adam a deadpan look, not budging with his decision “But the nurse told you to go home. So, we will have to find a different way back. If I cannot call Gabriel then I will call Lucifer.” Really, that was the last thing Michael wanted to do but if it meant getting Adam back in doors then so be it, he’ll suck up the pride he has. Maybe.
Or maybe Adam will see how serious Michael is about this and he doesn’t even budge when the human kisses him. “Or you can call Sam.”
Adam makes a face at both of Michael’s suggestions. “No and no. We’re not gonna call anybody. I’ll be fine as long as we take it easy like she said. No roller coasters or high speed rides or fights in the parking lot anymore,” he jokes.
He sits up a little bit straighter and surveys Michael’s face quickly, seeing how impassive and nonplussed he is with Adam’s constant begging to stay. For a split second, Adam’s lost on what to try next to convince his boyfriend to stay at the fair, when suddenly a wicked idea comes to mind and he tries his best not to grin and give it away. Honestly, as bad as Adam feels that Michael doesn’t have his grace, having him as a human susceptible to normal human reactions might just work in his favor right now.
Adam moves in towards Michael and kisses him on the jaw, slowly running his lips up and to his earlobe where he murmurs, “Come on, Mike. Just for another hour or two, at least.” He nibbles on the earlobe a little before adding, “And if you think I still need rest after that, I promise, we can leave.” He kisses his way slowly down the length of Michael’s neck, lightly nipping the skin at random intervals before making his way back up to Michael’s ear. “Come on. Just two more hours.”
It’s a good thing there’s nothing behind Adam but the tent curtain, otherwise this angle would provide any passerby with a nice bit of PDA, but even if there was a wide open space, Adam wouldn’t have cared.