Chapter One

"I'm going to ask her to marry me." Harvey said. He showed Aunt Zelda and Aunt Hilda the engagement ring.

"When?" Hilda asked.

"Tonight. I've made Valentine's Day plans with her." Harvey explained. He snapped the ring box closed. "I love her."

"Good for you." Zelda said proudly.

Harvey looked at his watch. "As a matter of fact, I have to go get ready." He dashed out the door.

Hours later, Harvey and Sabrina were at the finest restaurant in the city. Harvey had hidden the ring box under Sabrina's napkin.

After they had finished their meal, Harvey took a sip of his soda and cleared his throat. "Sabrina, I think that you need to use your napkin."

Sabrina looked at him. "What?" She asked him.

"Well, I figure I'll be eighteen in three months, and you in two. I think it's time that we figure out where our relationship is heading." Harvey said. He repeated himself. "Use your napkin."

This time, Sabrina did as she was told. When she saw the box, she gasped. "Harvey, is that what I think it is?"

"Go ahead, open it." Harvey said with a smile.

Sabrina gently picked up the box and opened it. Inside was the most beautiful, diamond ring. She pulled it out and looked at him.

"Sabrina, will you marry me?" Harvey asked.

Sabrina looked at him and almost cried. "Harvey, there is something you need to know about me. I'm a…" She began.

"A witch?" Harvey finished for her. Sabrina looked up at him. "Yeah, I knew for a while. I know that we didn't ride that bike back to prom. We flew. I went and told your aunts what I knew and they told me everything. I still love you. I'm going to ask again. Will you marry me?"

Sabrina nodded. Harvey took the ring from her, placed it on her finger, and leaned across to kiss her.

When they parted, she asked, "Do your parents know?"

"I told them tonight before I came to pick you up."

"What about my parents? And my Aunts?"

"They gave me permission." Harvey explained.

"And everyone else?" Sabrina asked.

"I told them too. Marnie screamed in my ear. She said that she'll be here for the wedding." Harvey laughed. "I figure that once we're married, we can live in your house. You'll be there with your aunts. You have your linen closet. You and your aunts can practice magic there."

"When are we getting married?" Sabrina asked. She loved Harvey very much and she wanted to show him.

"How about in three weeks. Your aunts are planning the wedding as we speak." Harvey informed her.

"Three weeks is fine." Sabrina replied. She leaned forward and whispered something in his ear.

Harvey cleared his throat and said, "Check, please."