Author: HannahSakura.Pinoy PM
Sasuke believed no one would find her after she changed back to her body's true form. She disregards Orochimaru's offer and leaves Konoha to fulfill her goal on her own. Years later she gets discovered by a familiar Konoha-nin who decides he wants her as his woman despite her young age. Sasuke only has eyes on her brother, but Genma will soon change that. FEMALE Sasuke x GenmaRated: Fiction T - English - Romance - Sasuke U. & Genma S. - Chapters: 2 - Words: 3,565 - Reviews: 19 - Favs: 13 - Follows: 26 - Updated: 08-23-12 - Published: 11-12-10 - id: 6470965
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(August 17, 2012: EDITED)
I've been working on a chapter of two other female Sasuke fics, but I just can't seem to work on them too well! Lately I've been depressed and I used that to inspire myself. This came out. Another FEM Sasuke fic.
After their battle she was supposed to head straight to Orochimaru. What else could a child do, one who had just become the newest traitor of his village? There were men sent to take him away and were most probably waiting close by for him to locate them. Once he meets with them, there would be no turning back, and the dark-haired boy didn't want to. He wanted this, wouldn't have tried so hard to get away if he didn't have the resolve to leave everything behind.
The brand-new missing-nin of Konoha, Uchiha Sasuke slowly dragged his drenched, pain-laden body away from an unconscious blond boy, wearily crossing the rain-soaked field to the surrounding forest. His thoughts went to what would happen now that he no longer had any right to return to the only home he knew, and he almost gazed back.
And then he thought that for the last few years it hardly been a home to him. The house had only served as a shelter from the weather and a place to sleep (which were rarely peaceful). The village had nothing much to offer, except for low class missions and meagre training that was not enough to nurture his true potential. There was nothing much to be gained by staying and he wanted to take nothing with her apart from a few good memories.
There was nowhere else to go except to that vile snake-man who offered to give him what he wanted. Sasuke believed that Orochimaru understood him somehow. The village was a wall that hindered his growth. That was why the man left, and now he taught him that he could do the same, and with him Sasuke could learn what the village won't.
But there was just one thing that could be a slight problem.
A few feet into the forest, Sasuke stopped walking. What would Orochimaru do once he finds out that the boy he'd been expecting was no longer a boy? Sasuke looked down at the small breasts covered only by the rain-soaked, high-collared blue shirt she always wore. There was a disturbing feel to the mounds of flesh she'd just recently acquired. It wasn't her fault that she had no bandages prepared to hide them. She hadn't expected the change to happen so soon, or at all. Somehow in the middle of her battle with Naruto she had changed back.
Closing her eyes, she recalled how it all began, back to a time when she had been happy, to a time when her world was still whole.
Five-year old Sasuke stirred at her mother's shocked voice coming from just outside the living room where she was in. The cushion her head was resting on still held her mother's warmth telling the young girl that she had just left.
"It is the grand elder's will," said the voice she drowsily recognized as her father's.
"Why," Mikoto whispered almost tonelessly, nevertheless angry, but with a voice that sounded heavily resigned.
"I don't know." Sasuke wondered if the helplessness in her father's voice had been imagined. She'd never heard him like that before. He was always so stern, and carried himself with an air pride and authority. She drifted back to sleep with their conversation as her lullaby.
When she woke up again later, she almost cried out in surprise at the old, wrinkly face peering down at her from above. She recognized the person as grandma Emiko. Sasuke always found it funny how her name meant smiling child and yet she was no child nor did she always smile. In fact, Sasuke had only seen her with scary, humorless expressions and found her always grumpy and even sterner than her father. Nonetheless she'd always respected grandma Emiko who was the head of the family's council of Elders. She was the eldest and only woman in the council, which probably meant something.
Before Sasuke could do or say anything, the grand elder's bony hands grabbed her face firmly and made her look at stern, equally black eyes. She could not recognize the old lady's expression.
"A boy will be better," the raspy voice said.
Later on she found out the little something different on her body. It didn't matter to her at that time. What difference did it make for a child? She had been very happy, in fact, that she could relieve herself standing up, exactly the same way as her brother. It didn't take long to get used to her new body then, so she deduced that it wouldn't be much different now.
Besides the strange feeling on her chest she felt no different from before. She supposed in time there may be things that would cause some inconvenience, such as menstruation, but no surely it wasn't something she would not be able to handle.
Suddenly she felt more exhausted as she walked further, and just as suddenly, she started doubting Orochimaru's promise to her. He made her think she needed him and she would become stronger under his guidance. She wasn't blind to not see his careful manipulations nor was she stupid that she believed every single thing he told her. Initially she thought she didn't mind becoming his puppet, but now she realized how foolish she'd be to go to him.
He wanted to make her stronger for his own self-interest and wouldn't care whether she achieved her goals. It was a game she couldn't win. She wouldn't go to him. She wasn't obliged to him in any way, she thought without a stir of any emotion as if the rain washed it all away into nothingness. Empty of emotion, she walked toward a different direction, resolving to seize the future with her own hands.
If Orochimaru or anyone else doesn't find her soon enough, it would steadily become more difficult to do so. They wouldn't be looking for a girl.
"Stop right there!"
Shiranui Genma, special jounin of Konohagakure, halted instantly at the sudden whisper and the point of sharp steel poised dangerously at the side of his neck. Slowly, he turned his head just enough to see the person who had sneaked behind him, cursing himself for being careless. He should have known better.
He'd been walking to his current residence from a bar and it was late. His companions had left earlier and he was alone in the shadowy street, or so he'd thought. He recognized the attacker immediately.
It was the suspected missing-nin he'd been following for a few days. When Genma lost track of him earlier in the day he decided not to pursue further so he wouldn't be so obvious.
"Do I know you?" Genma asked innocently.
"Don't play dumb. I know you've been following me for a while, so I decided to introduce myself." Genma heard the smirk in the man's voice rather than saw it. "You looked pretty dangerous, but surprisingly, I'm disappointed."
"Sorry if I don't meet your expectations." And with a few quick movements, the man was on the ground with his own kunai impaled on his left arm. Before he could do anything, Genma kicked him in the face hard enough to make him pass out.
He glanced down at the unconscious man and sighed, relieved. He took out a senbon needle from his vest pocket, placing it in his mouth triumphantly.
Back at the motel his team was stationed at, a message arrived at the room he shared with a teammate. It contained confirmation of the man's status as a Sand missing-nin and information for a new mission. Genma swore as he absorbed the hastily written words.
"What is it?" From his perch on the wide window sill, his young teammate's pale eyes watched him. He tossed the scroll to the newly appointed jounin who caught it with ease. A glare replaced the previously expressionless face as he read the contents.
"Akatsuki," he said in a menacingly quiet voice.
"That's right, Hyuuga. Pack your things. We'll leave as soon as I gather the rest."
Genma went to the room beside theirs to relay the message that they'd been dispatched to confirm the unverified report of an Akatsuki sighting on a town close to the one they were currently located in. They were ordered not to engage unless necessary, and hopefully it wouldn't come to that. Their four-man team may not stand a chance especially if they encounter more than one member of the notorious group. There was no room for carelessness now.
Do tell me what you think. And if you like this and while waiting for an update, why don't you read my other Fem Sasuke fics to pass the time. I also have a Fem Kakashi fic.
Second semester of university just started, so I'll be busy again.