My story begins with me having a secret crush on my cousin. I have never told anyone about my feelings, and while I thought that they were unrequited, I also felt like I would never have the courage to confess my feelings to her.
Decided to confess my feelings for her after finding out that she is not blood related to me
I was always in awe of her beauty, intelligence, and her bubbly personality. She seemed to be the perfect girl, and I felt like I was not good enough for her.
However, little did I know that she was adopted by my relatives. I found out about this through from my parents one day when we were just talking about our families, and while I was surprised, I also felt like this was my chance to make a move.
This newfound knowledge gave me the courage to finally tell her what I had been feeling for so long.
I decided to take her out to dinner and tell her how I felt. We had known each other since we were children, so I felt like I had a chance. I was nervous, but I knew that I had to take this opportunity to finally confess my feelings. I was determined to make her my forever.
When I arrived at the restaurant, I saw that she had already arrived. She was even more beautiful than I had remembered. We talked for a while and I could tell that she was a bit confused about why I had asked her out.
I finally mustered up the courage to tell her how I felt. I told her that I had been secretly in love with her for years, and that I finally realized that she was not actually related to me.
At first, she seemed a bit shocked, because she herself did not know that she was not the blood child of my relatives,] but then she smiled and told me that she had actually felt the same way towards me.
She told me that she had been afraid to share her feelings with me because of our family connections. We talked for a while and I could tell that we had a strong connection.
She then told me to give her some time to find out the truth about her birth from her parents before we decide on what to do.
We both knew that we had found something special and even though it might seem complicated because in name we were still family, we decided to take things slowly.
Somewhere deep inside, we both knew that there was a future for us.