It's that big moment when a couple shares their first kiss in a story. You're on the edge of your seat, holding your breath, and heated from the tension. What sort of kiss will it be? It has to be perfect, right?
No, it doesn't.
And that's the fun of writing. You can make that first kiss be anything you want it to be.
Sloppy kiss - a little too much saliva and a lot of lip sucking. A bit like a happy bulldog.
Dead fish kiss - one person is completely passive with no mouth action at all except that it's open just a little because, likely, they're a mouth-breather.
Too eager kiss - going in for it so hard and fast that teeth clink, lips bruise, and one or both people look like they're going to eat the other one.
Uncoordinated kiss - both people turn their heads the same way and bonk noses or miss the lips to kiss a nostril instead.
Tongue leading the way kiss - one person has their tongue out like a lance and it leads the way in with no lip contact first.
I know very few people that have had a perfect first kiss. Most often, it's hilarious and/or awkward. It's all the kisses after it that made the romance work for them.