All Magnus wanted was the cute blue-eyed man’s phone number. All Alec wanted was to be able to breathe.
Quite honestly, Magnus felt that it was a clever name for the flower shop. Caught the eye, subtly promoted the fact that they sold very good bouquets- and other flowers as well, though bouquets were their main selling point. Other things that the shop sold were individual flowers and potted plants, and corsages, which were high sellers during Prom season.
Located above the shop, on the second floor, was a small apartment. Magnus had been ecstatic at first when he was told about it- seeing as he was the primary owner of the shop, he could have the shortest commute to work, if he lived above the shop. Unfortunately, to his great dismay, Magnus was told that the apartment above the shop was already taken. He hadn’t had the pleasure of meeting the resident yet, and it’d been two months already since the shop opened up.
The first time Magnus had seen the elusive resident in the apartment above the shop, three months after opening, he hadn’t known it. Honestly, Magnus didn’t really see much of the elusive resident during that first meeting either. He had seen the black hair, the bouquet of peonies in the left hand as the right slammed a twenty on the countertop, a flash of the most stunning blue eyes that Magnus had ever seen in his life, and then he was gone. Didn’t even stay to collect his change. Magnus fell hard and so very, very fast that it wasn’t funny. It was actually quite tragic, seeing as he didn’t even get a name, and Magnus lamented this fact to Catarina when they switched shifts.