|It's Just Marriage
Author: Keono PM
Sasori and Deidara have been going out for three years now and are going to meet the blond's family up in Iwagakure but there are many things that Sasori did not expect. Who knew getting married would be so hard? SasoDei, yaoi, minor ItaDei! ANGST!Rated: Fiction M - English - Romance/Humor - Sasori & Deidara - Chapters: 16 - Words: 50,601 - Reviews: 123 - Favs: 44 - Follows: 17 - Updated: 10-31-11 - Published: 10-02-11 - Status: Complete - id: 7432883
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Okay it's done say yes! I never really planned on doing this story and I didn't really know how to finish it so it's terrible =.=" I hope y'all have enjoyed and there will be no, I repeat, NO SEQUEL! I have a thing for doing sequels but this story would lead to an unneeded mpreg which would lead to pissed off people who are tired of it. Imagine what you want!
-One month later-
Sasori looked at himself in the mirror and frowned. He was shirtless and looking at his now scarred chest. There were various cuts all over and even one from his past surgery done on his lung; but the ones that stuck out the most were the bullet wounds. He turned his head slightly and looked at his left cheek. It wasn't too noticeable but there was still a scar. The scars weren't all the way healed yet, so they were a light pink color.
A pair of arms wrapped around his waist and he felt a kiss being place on the small scar. "I think it's sexy, un."
Sasori rolled his eyes and looked behind him to see his lover smiling up at him. "Of course you do."
Deidara chuckled and looked up at the puppet master seductively. "What can I say? I like bad boys, un." He nuzzled his fiancé's shoulder and Sasori raised a bro.
"Then I have no idea how you ended up with me."
"Silly, Danna, you're better than a bad boy."
"So I'm a good boy?"
"Gah! You ruined the mood!" Deidara threw his arms up in the air and they landed on Sasori's shoulders, and he took the chance to wrap his arms around the taller male.
"What? You said I was better," Sasori chuckled.
"Yeah, but you sounded like Tobi, un."
Sasori rolled his eyes and turned around, smirking down at the blond. "Are you sure you still want to, Dei? I mean all that we've been through and you still think that this is necessary?"
Deidara pouted but then smiled. "Why not? It just makes it official. Till death do us part, un."
Sasori chuckled and covered the bomber's lips with his own in a chaste kiss. "I'm not dying any time soon, brat."
Deidara smiled and brought the redhead closer. "Good." He rested his head against the taller male's scarred chest and gave a content sigh. It was hard on everyone when they left Iwagakure just like that. Deidara knew that he would confront his family again sooner of later but right now was a bad time. He did feel bad that they had left with things unfinished. They didn't get married but they were still engaged but they were tying the knot soon. After many scares involving Sasori's life Deidara realized he didn't want to be without his lover any time soon.
Though one thing that bothered him greatly was Itachi. Just thinking his name made him shiver. "Something wrong?" Sasori asked as he smirked down at the blond. "Its Autumn but it's not that cold."
Deidara gave a little cough and pulled away with a small smile. "Everything's fine. I'm going to make dinner real quick, un." He walked to the kitchen of their small house and began pulling out a few things from the fridge before stopping. Biting his lip he glanced at the home phone. He wanted to call his father and see if there was any news on Itachi, but he was also afraid his father was still on the weasel's side, even when he promised he didn't know where he was or what he was doing, it was nagging at the younger blond.
Shaking his head, he continued to pull out a few more things and setting them on the counter. He grabbed a cutting board and a knife and began chopping up some iceberg lettuce for a salad. As he began to cut tomatoes a pair of arms wrapped around his waist smoothly and he did what his instincts told him. He turned around quickly, lifting his large knife up, threatening the intruder.
"Whoa, Dei!" Sasori grabbed Deidara's wrist and took the knife away from him. "What's wrong with you?"
Deidara let out a shaky breath and turned back around. "Sorry, I thought you were someone else."
"Who else would I be, brat?" Sasori asked as he set down the knife and grabbed Deidara's chin so he would look at him.
"I-I don't know, un. I guess I'm just tired," Deidara quickly lied before turning around again.
"Do you want me to finish dinner then?"
Deidara rubbed the back of his neck. "Could you, un? I just want to lie down for a little bit."
Sasori nodded and smiled before giving Deidara a small kiss on the lips. "I'll wake you up when it's done." Deidara gave a small nod and Sasori move so he could go to their bedroom. As soon as Deidara got their, he picked up the spare home phone in there and dialed his families number. After a few rings someone picked up.
"Um, hi, Kiba, I was wondering if Mom was home. Is she?"
There was a slight pause then a deep sigh. "Sorry, Dei, but she isn't home right now. Neither is Dad. They had to check some stuff out and said they wouldn't be home for a while. Sorry."
Deidara inwardly sighed. "It's fine. I'll call back later. Bye, Kiba."
"Bye." The line went dead and Deidara fell back on his shared bed. He was still worried about Itachi and he was afraid Sasori was going to find out. The redhead had almost ignored everything. He had seen himself what Itachi had done to Deidara emotionally so talking about him wouldn't be the best thing.
In the kitchen Sasori started boiling some pasta and once that was done he headed to his and Deidara's bedroom. There he found the blond staring at the ceiling. "Something wrong?"
Deidara frowned at his fiancé and gave a loud sigh. "You aren't worried at all, un?"
Sasori shrugged and leaned against the doorway. "About what? If you're referring to Itachi, then nope." Sasori smirked and Deidara blushed and sat up.
"You act like he didn't almost kill you, un."
Sasori walked over to the bed and sat down, this time giving a sweet smile. "Well he didn't. So there's no reason to worry."
"No one's heard from him for a while though."
Sasori just shrugged again and nuzzled his lover's cheek. "Maybe he got over you? It doesn't really matter. Now if he said that he was still going to try and get you back, I may be worried. Did he say that?"
Deidara frowned and looked away. "No. But still-" He was stopped with Sasori pressing his lips against his.
"Don't worry about it, Dei. Call your parents if it makes you feel better." Sasori let his lips brush against the blond's as he spoke.
"I did, but they weren't home," Deidara grumbled as his blush just deepened.
Sasori smirked and he gave another kiss before getting up. "Come on, dinners almost done." He held out his hand and Deidara took is before getting up.
It was just a small dinner, nothing fancy; salad and pasta with some sauce. It wasn't like they were going to celebrate and party the night before they finally tied the knot. Once the couple had finished with dinner and cleaning up, they headed to bed . Deidara sighed, not really wanting to bring up the topic but it seemed that it was now or never since he really didn't have the courage to do it later. "So... about children, un."
Sasori stepped out of their bathroom, taking his shirt off. "Yes?" He asked as he climbed into bed, letting his lover snuggle up to him.
"There's really no chance for them, huh?" Deidara didn't want to see Sasori's expression so he just hid his face in the crook of redhead's neck. He felt an arm loop around his waist and he just cuddled closer.
"I guess I haven't been very honest with you," Sasori sighed as he ran a hand through his hair. Deidara looked up confused and Sasori smiled. "Children don't really bother me at all, unless they're snot nosed brats that annoy the living hell outta me."
"Then why did you keep saying no, un?" Deidara asked as he looked to his side, avoiding Sasori's gaze. He felt a hand grab his chin and make him look at the redhead.
"Because I was afraid," He whispered. Deidara looked confused.
"What? That you were going to get drool on you?"
Sasori chuckled and shook his head. "No, that if something were to happen to one of us that the baby would have to be alone. You already know that my parents died when I was young and that's what bothers me. I know what it's like to be alone all the time and I would hate to have it happen to some kid. But it seems that many near-death experiences seem to drive the fears away."
Deidara blinked and pounced on his fiancé. "Aw~! You're so cute, un! Why didn't you say before?" He pouted and snuggled up to his Danna even more.
"Well, I kind of didn't want to say, but now I'm just throwing it out there."
Deidara giggled and Sasori readjusted them so they were now lying comfortably in bed.
"This is so romantic~" Deidara swooned. Sasori just rolled his eyes and smiled. It wasn't even a ceremony just signing papers so they would be legally married.
"Hush, Dei." It was now their turn in line and they stepped up, signing their names on a piece of paper.
At that moment the door busted open and all eyes turned on the intruder. "You!"
Deidara tensed and stepped closer to his lover. "Itachi, un?"
"You~" Itachi seethed as he glared at Sasori. "You have to ruin fucking everything!"
"Where did he go- There!" Out of no where a large figure grabbed the weasels arm. "You were only supposed to be here to apologize." Deidara blinked at the man. He was literally blue with spiky blue hair and it seemed he had gills on his cheeks. The man looked up and gave a toothy grin. "Hello I am Kisame, Itachi's parole officer and he seemed to get away from me. Well... He came here to say he was sorry but that didn't happen so bye!" Kisame pulled Itachi away who was pouting but just sent another glare to the couple.
"... Strange, un," Deidara said as he looked up at Sasori who was smirking.
"Yeah, I already knew about Itachi which was why I didn't worry about him."
Deidara glared at his now spouse. "You're a dick for not telling me," He pouted but Sasori just slipped a ring onto his finger, still smirking even when he kissed the blonde.
"Doesn't matter anymore. We're married."
Deidara giggled and wrapped his arms around the redhead's neck before kissing him full on. So far, marriage was pretty good.