"He's kinda hot, isn't he?"
Anakin tried not to choke on his coffee. Leia's comment had caught him completely off guard.
"I guess we could say he's conventionally attractive, yes," commented Obi-Wan from the car seat behind them.
The three of them were inside Anakin's car, parked in the University parking lot, waiting for Luke to come out of the building. They were planning a surprise pick-up and dinner, since Leia was back in town for a week and they hadn't actually told him yet. His class was probably finishing late, because Leia had gone bored waiting and had started to analyze the people hanging out around the building as entertainment. A tall man in a leather jacket resting against a motorcycle and texting on a shitty-looking phone had caught her attention. He had dark scruffy hair, a mustache, and aviator sunglasses that completed the hot biker look.
"He's hot and he knows it," she pointed out.
Anakin followed her line of sight and nodded. "The roses are a nice touch."
There was a bouquet of roses resting on the motorcycle's seat. Hottie was probably waiting for his date.
"I like the jacket," Obi-Wan said.
"Yeah, and the motorcycle? A beauty!"
Leia rolled her eyes. "Of course you would like the motorcycle, Dad."
The three of them admired the man as he ruffled his curly dark hair.
"Do you think he's waiting for someone?" said Obi-Wan.
"That's adorable," said Leia, "Han never did that for me."
Anakin scoffed. "That's because he's an idiot. You can do so much better."
"Dad! We've been over this. I love my husband because he's an idiot. He's a good idiot."
Anakin ignored her.
"I remember when you waited for Padmé with that bouquet of lilies outside of her apartment," said Obi-Wan. "It was pouring with rain, but you still waited for half an hour."
"Turned out she was allergic," grumbled Anakin, and Leia laughed. "It was a disaster."
An influx of people coming out of the building caught Leia's attention. She scanned the crowd until she saw a blonde wearing a bright orange designer jacket, sticking out from everyone else, rushing down the stairs.
"Hey, that's Luke!"
Leia was about to get down from the car to greet her twin brother when she saw him head down straight towards Hottie. In less than a second, the man raised his head and smiled as Luke threw his arms around his neck and basically jumped him. The man caught him expertly mid-air and held him close as they kissed in greeting.
Leia blinked in surprise, and then a mischievous smile slowly formed in her face as she watched her brother make out with the mysterious stranger for like a full minute. She was quick to pull out her phone and take a sneaky picture of them.
"Interesting," commented Obi-Wan.
Luke finally let go of the man, smiling so brightly one could swear it was his birthday. And then Hottie pulled out the flowers, which Leia was sure made Luke full-on melt. He buried his nose in the flowers and blushed to the tip of his ears.
It was so sweet and adorable, Leia thought she would get sick.
Anakin was strangely silent.
The three of them watched, too shocked and entertained to dare interrupt, as Hottie offered Luke an additional helmet. He accepted it with enthusiasm and climbed on the motorcycle behind the man, hugging his waist closely.
Luke and his mysterious biker boyfriend exited the parking lot completely unaware of the audience that had been watching them.
The second they disappeared completely from view, Anakin spoke. "I hate him."
Obi-Wan just laughed.