She didn't want to take them back, though. Now that she'd accepted it, now that he knew for sure she meant it, it was getting easier to deal with. She could relax a little, almost breathe properly again. The waves that had made themselves at home in her stomach were starting to ease. And whether he could admit it or not, she knew how he felt. Which is why his little tirade didn't bother her.
Gently, she brushed his hair off of his face, smiling softly. "You don't have to say it out loud for it to happen. You'll always feel it. You've already told me, you just told me that if anything happened to me, you'd tear apart Heaven and hell. Do you think that's not love?"
And then he said it, and she wasn't entirely sure because it was just...out there. His manic nature had pulled it out in an almost random moment, but she had definitely heard it. And she knew, the second she did, that she wanted to hear it again. And again and again and however many times she could until the Seal took one of them, or until one of them was killed, whether in this stupid war or against his own idiotic fight with Sherlock.
So she didn't argue when he used a little more force than necessary to get that kiss out of her. In fact, she made it slow and deliberate. She allowed herself to tease him a little, make him work for it. There'd never been any doubt he wanted her. But now he wanted all of her, more than just her body and more than just someone to have at his side. He wanted her as her. And it was incredible. Like a damned drug she couldn't get enough of and that? That was the real reason this was dangerous. But again, not saying it wouldn't make it untrue.
A tiny smirk crossed her face. She couldn't say she'd won, not really. Not when she was just as scared of this as he was. But it did feel like a victory, somehow, peeling off yet another layer of the illusive Jim Moriarty. And she liked it. When his mouth finally released hers, she leaned in to whisper in his ear. "You do that, my love. You drag me to the bedroom and you'll see just what it is I can do to you." He did, after all, deserve a reward.