A/N: So we come to the conclusion of our story! I do apologise for how long this took to get to you all, but it's here now so pretty reviews not fist shaking at my lack of updates? :P
I let myself fall,
There's no turning back since I let myself fall in love with you,
Now I picture things like wedding gowns and wedding dresses since I fell in love with you,
Sometimes happy endings do come true.
6 months later
Lois Lane was not an easy bride to please, much like her normal demanding self, had yelled at every member of staff at least twice before the big day actually arrived. Most of that had to do with the inane wedding planner her sister had hired for her.
Oh I'm so killing Lucy when she gets here, Lois thought as she supervised the sneaking in of her wedding dress. Not that frilly monstrosity, June had insisted on, a simple white gown and lace bodice that she knew her fiancé would appreciate.
"Okay, quicker, we need to do this before June comes in and busts our asses, and by asses I mean yours." Lois put on her best glare as two teenage boys turned to her with fright in their eyes.
"Lois, you might want to let up before they wet themselves." Clark chuckled from behind the screen Lois had specifically asked for.
"Clark! What are you doing here?!" Lois hissed as she realised he couldn't actually see her behind the screen.
"Honestly… checking that you're still here." Clark sounded sheepish and Lois felt a smile touch her lips.
"Why wouldn't I be here Clark?"
Clark's sigh was not one of relief, "Well you were pretty mad last week."
FLASHBACK; Last week.
The sound of shoes squelching and water dripping down on to hardwood floors filled the silent hallway. Lois grumbled as she tried to ring the last of the rain water from her hair. Before she could even get her key in the door, Clark opened it, a look of surprise on his face.
"Lois? What happened to you?"
"Lois, what happened to you? What happened to you?!" Lois stormed as she flung her hair back over her shoulder and felt satisfied as she got Clark's shoulder wet.
"Did I miss something?" Clark asked Lois, a bemused look on his face.
"Miss something? Oh like the fact we were supposed to be staking out that office downtown together. Something like, you were supposed to bring the car." Lois said through gritted teeth.
"Oh my god, Lois, I'm so sorry, I completely forgot, there was a call for Superman and…"
Lois raised her hand as if to silence Clark, "I don't want to hear it, I just want a nice hot shower."
Every slap of Lois' wet clothes on to the tiled floor made Clark cringe harder and harder. His guilt was mountainous when Lois finally re-emerged in her robe. Cuddling up in it's softness, Lois finally looked at a stricken Clark.
"Clark?" Lois put her hand on his shoulder, starting to rub the heated skin through his shirt.
"I'm supposed to be Superman, faster than a speeding bullet and I can believe I…"
"Okay, you were off being Superman when I was stupidly sitting out in the rain, I mean it's not like I couldn't have left." Lois laughed at herself but Clark's guilt was not abated.
"Is this what our marriage is going to be like? Me not being there when you need me. Me forgetting…" Clark turned towards the window and away from Lois.
"You are there when I need you. I mean there was that bomb yesterday and those muggers before that." Lois brushed her palms down Clark's broad shoulders, trying to comfort him. "Plus, I expect there will be some make up sex when you do forget…"
"Lois!" Even though he wasn't facing her, Lois knew Clark's cheeks were tinged with red.
"I definitely can't marry you if there's no make up sex, Clark." Lois struggled to keep a straight face as Clark turned around.
"Are you serious?" Clark's eyebrows raised as he looked at her, incredulously.
"As a heart attack, Smallville." Lois bit her lower lip as she watched Clark's face continue to deepen in its red shade.
Clark nodded, his mouth twitching into a smile, "But I supposed we'd need to have fight before there's any make up sex and since we've already done that…"
Lois' eyes widened and she gulped as Clark's arms went around her waist, scooping her up. "Clark!"
"What are you doing?" Lois couldn't deny the warmth of Clark's body that was now seeping into her robe.
"You said you wouldn't marry me if there was no make up sex, it seems obvious what I'm about to do." Clark winked at her mischievously.
How did it suddenly become that Clark was in charge of this conversation, Lois nodded, "Fine, show me whatcha got Smallville."
END OF FLASHBACK.
Lois flushed as she remembered, glad that Clark couldn't see her, "Yeah but I was well…compensated."
At least Clark was silent for a few moments after that comment. "Lois, I just wanted to say - I love you."
"I love you too Clark." Lois said without pause until she heard rustling behind the screen, "Clark?"
"Mr Kent, you may not see the bride before the wedding." June's nasal voice intoned. Lois groaned as she pulled her silk robe tighter together.
"June." Lois said quickly as she poked her head out from behind the screen, saddened at Clark's departure.
"Ms. Lane, are you intent on throwing out every tradition set before you?" Lois almost smirked, June must have seen the new flower arrangements.
"Oh no June, of course not, but Clark was just telling me what a wonderful job you've been doing." Lois poured on the honey, secretly gagging on it.
"Mr Kent appreciates fine work. As you should."
Lois rolled her eyes and fortunately got away with it as June came around to her side of the screen, "Ready to get into your dress Ms. Lane."
June was in non-verbal hysterics when Lois' father came to the room, arms folded and usual doom and gloom glower.
"Daddy." Lois said, as she turned away from the mirror. Her dress fitted perfectly, just like she had asked for when it was made.
"Lo." Lois could almost hear her father's voice crack with emotion, it went straight to her heart.
"Ready?" Lois gestured to the door and therefore the altar.
The General nodded, "Are you sure?"
"Yes, Daddy." Lois shook her head in amusement as the General offered his arm to her.
"Ella would be so proud of you, Lo."
Lois looked up at her father, not even sure if he had just said what he said or if she imagined it. The General sighed, "I wasn't the best kind of father but I am your father and I want you to know I'm proud of you too Lois."
"Two compliments in two sentences? It really must be my wedding." Lois joked and her father's shoulders sagged with relief, she wasn't going to make it into a thing and he was grateful for it.
"But I just want to make sure that this Clark Kent is the one who is going to make you happy." Sam looked down at Lois as if finally seeing her for the first time, her face lighting up at the mention of Clark.
"Dad, Clark is more than I could have ever asked for." Lois said honestly. There would never be anyone else like Clark.
"But is he what you deserve Lois?"
"Everything and so much more, Dad. I mean, he's Smallville." He's Superman too. Lois laughed as she caught her father's disapproving expression. The Lanes don't do emotion. Apart from today, Lois leant up and hugged her father and he hugged her back.
"We better move it's almost 1300 hours." The General said quickly. Lois nodded and took the flowers that were offered to her.
The ceremony itself was small and the vows short, Lois and Clark already knew how much they loved each other and how they would vow to honour, love and cherish one and another. So they said the simplest of vows. I will love you always and even death cannot part us.
The minister stood proudly behind them both, "I now present Mr and Mrs Clark Joseph Kent."
"Lane." Lois muttered. Clark caught it with his hearing and nudged her. Lois looked up smiling sheepishly.
"Lois is right, it's Mr Kent and Mrs Lane-Kent." Clark announced and their close friends nodded in approval and other than that it didn't matter what anyone else thought.
"You just like saying Mrs…" Lois teased as Clark pulled Lois into his arms.
"Oh yes, and things like my wife. My wife, Lois." Clark's grin was infectious as he lifted her up to carry her to the car.
"Gee, Caveman, anymore chest beating you need to do?" Lois laughed as Clark opened the door and slid in beside Lois.
Clark shook his head, "Oh no, not at the moment."
Lois quirked an eyebrow, "Clark, you're levitating. In the car."
"I'm just happy is all." Clark blushed as he returned to his previous place on the seat. Lois bit her lip but she couldn't contain her 'aww'. Clark glared at her but it was more cute than anything else.
Clark continued automatically, "Mild mannered reporter…."
Lois pulled Clark to her and kissed him slowly, "Clark Kent - my hero. My hero husband. So don't die again."
Clark held up three fingers, "I won't… scout's honour."
Never knew I could feel like this
Like I've never seen the sky before
Everyday I love you more than before
Listen to my heart can you hear it sing, telling me to give you everything.
But I love you till the end of time.
A/N2: Songs used were Let myself fall by Rosie Thomas and Come What May from the Moulin Rouge soundtrack.