|Nobody Else But You
Author: lovemondotrasho PM
Drabble series following the characters of Sekaiichi Hatsukoi. They're far from the ending, and the stories between them have only just begun.Rated: Fiction K+ - English - Romance - Chapters: 9 - Words: 11,784 - Reviews: 23 - Favs: 17 - Follows: 20 - Updated: 03-03-13 - Published: 09-29-12 - id: 8566587
|A+ A- Full 3/4 1/2 Expand Tighten|
So this is the first time I've ever written something from my phone and its pretty cool. This from coming from someone who has had a flip phone for three years...*sigh* but anyway, this will be a Drabble series that I'll work on from time to time. It's not going to be a major project, but expect some fluffy chapters here an there. Alright. Enough rambling..hope you all enjoy!
Disclaimer: I don't own Sekaiichi Hatsukoi. *sigh*
The brown-haired editor looked over his authors last couple of pages. He picked the red pen up but quickly set it down. He propped his head up with his hand.
'Yoshino's really outdone himself.'
He glanced up, gazing at the said mangaka. Chiaki was never one to turn his work in on time. Usually he was furiously working on the pages the day of. This time, not only was the manuscript done a few days early, it was almost flawless.
Chiaki was fast asleep on the sofa. He was clutching the TV remote. He looked rather cat-like, curled up on the sofa. The brown-haired editor couldn't help but crack a smile at the sight of the man he loved asleep.
He returned his focus to the manuscript sitting before him when the silence in the small flat was broken by the main door opening. Without looking up, he knew who had been the source of the noise and it made his blood boil. A man of about average height with taupe coloured hair and startling magenta eyes walked in, carrying a small plastic bag. He looked around, his unique eyes falling on the editor.
"Hatori-san," he said quietly. Didn't expect you to be here."
"Yoshino managed to finish before the deadline for once, Yanase," he said coldly.
Yuu nodded slowly, walking toward the dining table. He carefully place the plastic bag on the table without making too much noise.
"It's the new movie," he explained. "The one he's been wanting to see."
Hatori dropped his gaze back to the manuscript, trying to keep his anger hidden. "Alright."
Yuu curtly nodded toward Hatori before letting himself out.
At the sound of the door closing, Chiaki woke up. He sat up, running a hand through his tousled hair and rubbing his blue eyes.
"Ahhhhh...Tori?" he asked. "Who was-"
His words were muffled by Hatori's lips. Chiaki blushed furiously, not expecting a kiss. Before he could come to his senses, Hatori pulled away, nonchalantly picking his red pen up.
Chiaki never understood why Hatori would suddenly show his affection for him and then calmly return to what he was doing. "T-T-TORI!" he shouted.
Hatori glanced up after circling the speech bubble and drawing an arrow into the next panel. His face was unreadable. "You're mine," he whispered. "Never forget that."
Chiaki nodded, puzzled. Why would he forget someone he loved nearly his whole life? He blinked a couple of times, focusing his vision. His eyes fell on the plastic bag that Yuu had left for him.
"What's that?" he asked, approaching the bag.
Hatori dropped his gaze back down to the manuscript, reading through his corrections. "A movie that Yanase brought for you."
"Wow," he breathed, pulling the DVD out of the bag. He held it up, waving it happily. "Tori! Want to watch it with me?!"
Before he could respond, the pen was yanked out of his hand and tossed across the room. He glanced pointedly at Chiaki's turned back. Almost immediately, he softened and leaned back smiling. He relished hearing Chiaki's excitement to be with him.
Chiaki raced to his spot next to Hatori on the sofa, grabbing the TV remote. "I can't wait to watch this!" he exclaimed.
"Hmmm," Hatori said softly, still smiling.
'There's no need to be jealous,' he thought. 'But I cannot help but distrust Yanase's affection...'
And there's the first chapter of my Drabble series! How did I do? Don't forget to read and review! Constructive criticism is always welcome.