When Jackie awoke, Jareth was leaned over her, a worried look on his face.
"Thank goodness you're okay!" he cried. He hugged her tightly. His face went red, and he laid her back down. She pushed her upper body up,and looked at her mother.
"What happened?" she asked.
"When you touched the bubble, your body fell,and you began thrashing. She thought I had hurt you, so she came at me again. Without you here to protect me, I had to stun her." Jackie hugged him.
"Thank you," she said.
"For what?" he asked.
"For protecting me. I never was in any danger in the labyrinth was I?"
"No my sweet. I was watching you the entire time so you wouldn't be in danger."
"What about the field of flowers?" Jareth's face lost all color.
"What about them?"
"You rescued me from them, didn't you?"
"Yes, or else you would have been trapped there forever."
"Did you kiss me?" Jackie asked. Jareth was worried. How had she know about the kiss? If she was under the drugging of the flowers, she shouldn't have remembered. Jackie noticed his face was guilty.
"Did you?" she asked again.
"Yes," Jareth said guiltily. "I did. I regret it though." Jackie's eyes teared. He regretted it? So he didn't love her. Jareth saw her face.
"I didn't regret it like that," he said. "I regretted it because you drugged by the scent of the flowers. I took advantage of you." Jackie stroked his face.
"You didn't take advantage of me. I enjoyed it." She was about to kiss him when she heard movement. She turned to see her mother behind her with the board. Sarah swung it and hit Jareth across the head.
"Stay away from my daughter, you beast!" she screamed. Jareth fell to the ground, a small trickle of blood running from his head.
"No, Jareth!" Jackie cried. She fell to the ground next to him. She stroked his hair softly. "Please wake up, please. I need you!" She tilted his head up to look at her. She gently kissed his lips. With a start, Jareth awoke.