...the lake. She looked around, and grinned at how far out she’d gotten before heading back to the dock, and then heading out again, anything to keep her mind off her cousin.
Of course her coins actually had her on his mind on her, laying himself out flat on the dock as he stared at some sort of bird flock fly from some place to someplace else. He sighed and tried to think of some way into Gwen’s pants. He blinked a little tilting his head back as he watched two fishermen out on a boat showing off a giant bass. They had it hanging upside down, which meant it was right side up to Ben, and gave him an idea, he smirked a little. “Well, if she likes aliens, and she likes water.” He smirked and sat up, starting to dial the watch as he grinned. “Let’s see how she likes water aliens!”
The girl in question was down to simply floating around on her back now, listening to the water in her ears as she watched the same flock of birds fly from the same place to the same someplace else kicking her feet back and forth lazily, just enough to keep her still.
Her cousin was busying himself getting around behind a boat shack before smacking down the plunger and transforming into the alien fish. He smirked, something that was a considerably more intimidating sight with teeth making up half his head, and dove into the water, merging his legs to form a ...