Disclaimer: I don't own Naruto.

Warnings: AU, OOC, Shounen-ai, Yaoi, Mpreg.

A/N: Welcome to my new story! It's my tenth SasuNaru story, yay! This story's going to be multichaptered and angsty. But, worry not, I always write happy endings. Anyway, please enjoy!


Sasuke sighed softly as he drove the car faster.

"Remind me why we're going to a village again?" Mikoto asked from the backseat. She was waving her fan without stopping, and Sasuke checked the air conditioner if it was working or not. Well, menopause sucked, too bad for her.

"It's not a village," Fugaku growled. He was sitting at the other side of the backseat. "It's our village. Don't make me remind you of your roots."

"Hmph," Mikoto turned away from her husband, and started watching the farms they drove beside. With the same sour expression, Fugaku turned to his window, watching outside.

Sasuke sighed once again. What he was doing here, going to his parents' village with them as their driver? He hadn't thought his father would want such a thing from him when he said he had a request from Sasuke. Obviously, he had an old friend here, who he never stopped exchanging letters over the years, and finally, his friend had invited him to the village along with his family. Sasuke had never been to there, and despite his mother's obvious hatred for the place, he had accepted his father's simple wish. He could be a nearly thirty man, but he was his father's son still, and Uchihas always respected their parents.

"Are we there yet?" Mikoto asked after a while.

Fugaku looked around for a while, and then smiled softly, pointing ahead of them. "See the house there? It's Minato's."

Sasuke leaned over the wheel to see place his father was pointing at. True to his word, among the farms there was a house. It looked old, but still, Sasuke didn't care, he wasn't there to stay permanently.

He was about to head towards the house when somebody dashed out of the farms beside the road. Sasuke's eyes widened, and he stepped down on the brake hardly. The sleek black jeep screeched over the worn out asphalt, and with the last piece of his mind, Sasuke held onto the handbrake and pulled it harshly. The car stopped suddenly, causing Sasuke to hit his head on the wheel.

For a few moments, he was silent, trying to understand what just happened. He flexed his hold on the wheel, and then rubbed the spot he had hit. He turned back and looked at the other occupants of the car.

"Are you two alright?" Sasuke asked to his parents, and when he got identical nods, he left the car quickly. He walked to the front, and gasped as he saw a boy lying on the dusty road. "Shit," Sasuke cursed under his breath, and kneeled beside the boy immediately. "Are you alright?" Sasuke asked, but got no reply. The kid was too scared to speak probably.

Sasuke reached out to the boy, and grasped his shoulders to help him up. A painful sob left the kid's lips as he sat up, his teary eyes meeting with Sasuke's charcoal ones. Sasuke held his breath as he gazed at the boy in front of him. He had bright blond hair, which shined with the rays of the sun. His skin was sun kissed, a healthy tan which covered a slim, shapely body. But, what was most breathtaking about the boy was his eyes. They were the most beautiful shade of blue Sasuke had ever seen. They looked at Sasuke with such pure innocence that Sasuke thought he could see the boy's soul. His heart beating at his ears, Sasuke cupped the kid's face, and wiped away his tears with his thumbs gently.

"Are you alright?" Sasuke asked again, voice strangely husky. "I'm so sorry, I should have been paying more attention."

"How is he?" A frantic Mikoto asked as she left the car. She kneeled beside the kid quickly, and then started touching the boy's body to check him up.

The kid cried out in pain as Mikoto touched his left shoulder and hip.

"Stop it, mother," Sasuke hissed at his mother, and then turned back to Fugaku who was standing above them. "Father, can you walk the rest of the way? I'll take the child to a hospital."

Fugaku nodded quickly. "Yes, son. You take care of the kid."

"Don't worry, okay?" Sasuke called out to the young boy, and scooped the boy up gently. The kid whimpered but didn't protest as Sasuke carried him to the jeep and placed him on the front seat. Carefully, Sasuke fastened the seat belt, and then nodded at his parents, and took his place behind the steering wheel. He started driving carefully, trying not to scare the boy more than he already was.

"Don't worry," Sasuke said after eyeing the scratches, and small gashes the boy had over at the right side of his body. "I'm taking you to a hospital now. I'll make sure you're alright, okay?"

Sniffling, the boy nodded slowly.

"What's your name?" Sasuke asked, trying to make conversation to ease the boy. "I'm Sasuke."

"N-Naruto," The blond answered.

"Well then, Naruto," Sasuke smiled at the boy. "Wanna be friends?"

Naruto looked at Sasuke for a moment, and then nodded shyly. "Yes..." They were silent for few minutes, and then Naruto spoke softly, "I've never seen you here."

"Yes," Sasuke nodded in relief, happy that the kid wasn't scared of him anymore. "It's my first time coming here. My parents are visiting their friends and I'm accompanying them."

"Okay," Naruto nodded quickly. "Are you from a big city?"

Sasuke smiled softly. "Yeah, from Tokyo actually."

"Wow," Naruto looked at him with wide eyes. "I've never been out of our village before!"

Sasuke chuckled. "How old are you?"

"Eighteen!" Naruto answered quickly.

"You're so young, I'm sure you'll see lots of different places in the future," Sasuke said, and realized that they were entering the village.

"How old are you?" Naruto asked.

"Twenty-eight," Sasuke answered, looking around. "Do you know a hospital nearby?"

Naruto giggled softly. "We only have one. It's down the main road."

"Okay," Sasuke nodded and drove slowly.

The village was small and everything looked old and dusty. People stopped what they were doing when the jeep passed by them, trying to see the people inside. Sasuke parked his car at the small pit of the hospital, and then left the car. He walked to Naruto's side quickly, and opened the door.

"I'm going to carry you know, okay?" Sasuke asked gently, and moved to take Naruto, but the blond shook his head.

"I think I can walk," Naruto said, and then added softly, "It hurts when you touch."

"Okay," Sasuke nodded, feeling guilty.

Naruto took a deep breath and then left the car slowly. He gasped in pain as he stood on his feet, and realized that he couldn't put his weight over his left leg.

"Let me help," Sasuke murmured. He wrapped an arm around Naruto's thin waist, and grasped his right hand with his, and helped him to walk into the one floored hospital slowly. Naruto whimpered with every step, and when they finally stepped inside, he was crying in pain silently.

"Help!" Sasuke shouted, a nurse appeared from one of the rooms quickly. With her help, Naruto was taken to a room, and a doctor started examining the blond kid. Thorough the checkup, Sasuke held Naruto's hand tightly in his, and caressed his hair in a soothing manner. When the examination was over, they learned that Naruto's left shoulder was broken, and his left hip was bruised badly, whereas his right arm needed stiches over some deep gashes.

Sasuke took a sigh of relief as he realized that Naruto was safe. He smiled at the boy, and before he could realize, he was placing a kiss over his forehead. Naruto turned red with the intimate contact, and looked to the side, too embarrassed to meet Sasuke's gaze. Sasuke smirked at the innocence of the boy, and then stepped aside as the doctor wrapped Naruto's shoulder.

Sasuke paid the hospital after everything was done, and then he run to the pharmacy to get Naruto's medicine.

"Okay," Sasuke turned back to Naruto's side who was waiting for him by the car. "You have some pain killers and ointments for the bruises."

"You didn't have to get them for me," Naruto murmured with a blush. "I could buy them later."

Sasuke smiled at his little friend. "It's perfectly fine, don't worry."

Naruto nodded slowly, and then turned red as a tomato when his stomach rumbled loudly. "I-I…"

Sasuke smiled softly, and then spoke naturally as if he hadn't heard Naruto's stomach. "I'm really hungry Naruto. Is there a place for us to have lunch?"

"Uhmm," Naruto nodded, his cheeks still red. "There is Ichiraku's. But they make only ramen."

"It's perfect," Sasuke nodded. "Let's go."

When Sasuke moved to open the door for Naruto, the boy shook his head and smiled at Sasuke. "It's a few meters away. Let's walk."

"Alright," Sasuke nodded, and took Naruto's arm, linking it with his. "Lean over me, okay?"

Blushing, Naruto nodded, and they started walking slowly. Sasuke realized that the villagers were looking at them, and then whispering to each other silently. This was what he hated most about the small places. Everybody knew each other, and they had no idea of the thing that called privacy. Sighing softly, Sasuke followed Naruto's guide, and they entered a stand. Naruto sat down on a stall with Sasuke's help, and then Sasuke occupied the other one beside Naruto's.

"Naruto!" A smiling man approached them, but his smile dropped as he saw the state Naruto was in. "What happened to you?"

"Nothing old man!" Naruto grinned at the store owner, Teuchi. "Just an accident, no big deal!"

"If you say so," Teuchi nodded at his loyal customer, and then looked at the dark haired man beside him. "Welcome."

"He's my friend, Sasuke!" Naruto said happily.

Teuchi nodded with a smile. "It's not every day we see a new face here."

Naruto nodded, agreeing with the old man.

"Well, actually, my parents are from here," Sasuke said.

"Really?" Teuchi blinked. "What was your name again?"

"Uchiha," Sasuke replied.

"Ohh, ohhh," Teuchi scratched his chin as he thought of the name. "I know! Uchihas were practically the land lords of the village. But one day, they sold all of their farms and lands and left the village suddenly."

"Why?" Naruto asked Sasuke curiously.

Sasuke shrugged. "I have no idea."

"Anyway," Teuchi smiled at his customers. "What would you like to have?"

"I want miso!" Naruto chirped happily.

Smiling at his young companion's enthusiasm, Sasuke answered, "Beef please."

"Coming right away!" Teuchi said and left the two alone.

"So, Naruto, tell me more about yourself," Sasuke looked at the adorable boy who was smiling at him widely. "Do you go to school?"

Naruto shook his head quickly. "I graduated from high school last year."

"What about university?" Sasuke asked, and thanked the old man as he placed a bowl in front of him.

"I don't know," Naruto shrugged. "We even don't have a high school here, I had to go to the town for it. So, university feels like a distant dream."

"Dreams are only dreams till you wake up and make them real," Sasuke said seriously.

Naruto looked at Sasuke with wide blues eyes and nodded slowly, like Sasuke had told him a wonder. Sasuke chuckled, and not helping himself, he poked Naruto's forehead with his two fingers, just like his brother did to him, and then slid his hand down, cupping Naruto's cheek and caressing his whisker scars with his thumb.

Naruto's eyes widened, and he blushed hotly. Stuttering something, he turned to his ramen, and started eating quickly. Sasuke laughed softly, and then ruffling Naruto's hair, he started eating his own ramen. Sasuke was surprised with the amount Naruto could eat, considering his small body, still he didn't mind, and despite Naruto's protests he paid for their lunch, and they left the stand slowly.

"Now, I'm going to take you to your home, okay?" Sasuke asked gently.

"No, no," Naruto shook his head. "You've already done so much for me. I can walk home!"

"Naruto," Sasuke sighed softly. "I nearly killed you. Just… let me take care of you, okay?"

Naruto blushed softly, and nodded. "O-Okay, thank you Sasuke."

Sasuke nodded with a smile, and then holding Naruto to his side, he helped Naruto back to the car.

"Now, tell me where your house is," Sasuke said as he started the car.

"It's out of the village, just follow this road," Naruto pointed dusty road with a finger.

Nodding, Sasuke took off slowly. There were houses here and there, and a few shops were open, with the owners sitting at the doors. There was a convenience store, a greengrocer and a coiffeur for all Sasuke could see, and he thought they would be enough for a village like this.

They talked about useless things, sharing small bits of their lives, and Sasuke frowned as he realized that Naruto was guiding him to his father's friend's house.

"Are you, by any chance, Minato-san's son?" Sasuke asked.

Naruto gasped and then nodded wildly. "Yes! How did you know?"

Sasuke smiled softly. "Say hello to your new guest for the time being."

Naruto looked at Sasuke with wide eyes as realization dawned on him. "Are you my old man's buddy's son?"

Sasuke chuckled. "Yes, I guess I am."

"My mom told me they had two sons, and I could be friends with them!" Naruto said happily. "Where is your brother?"

"I have an older brother," Sasuke said, as they approached to the house. "But he lives in the U.S to manage our branches there."

"Wow!" Naruto looked at Sasuke with wide eyes. "You mean he lives in America?"

Sasuke couldn't help but laugh softly. Naruto's innocence was such a refreshment to Sasuke. "Yeah, there... So, you only have me as a friend."

"It's alright!" Naruto replied happily. "I really like Sasuke!"

Sasuke smiled softly. "I think I like you, too. So, let's be good friends, okay?"

"Yes!" Naruto nodded with a wide smile.

Sasuke looked around as he died the engine. The house was two story, and there was a spacy porch underneath. There was an old looking car parked at the door, and corn fields surrounded the house.

"You grow corn?" Sasuke asked as he helped Naruto out of the car.

"Yes," Naruto nodded, and then squeaked as Sasuke scooped him up. "I like corn. But my mom has a small garden for herself and she grows watermelon and tomatoes."

"I really like tomatoes," Sasuke said, smiling at the blush Naruto had.

"You can have lots of it here," Naruto said, and then pushed the wooden door open.

Sasuke left Naruto on his feet once they were inside, and looked around. There was a big living room, and a kitchen at the first floor, and it was where both of their parents sat and chatted.

"Naruto!" The red headed woman, which Sasuke interpreted as Naruto's mother screamed as she saw the state her son was in. "What happened to you?"

Kushina run to her son and hugged him tightly, causing him to moan in pain.

"I'm sorry!" Kushina drew back and touched her son's face gently. "Are you okay? What happened?"

Naruto looked behind his mother to see his father, expecting the same answer with a frown. "I got into a car accident, no big deal."

"Naruto!" Kushina screamed. "Are you sure you're alright? You could have died!"

Sasuke bowed deeply. "It's my fault, Kushina-san. I'm the one who hit Naruto."

Kushina gasped as he looked at the bowing Uchiha. "Y-You're Sasuke?"

"Yes ma'am," Sasuke replied politely. "I should have been paying more attention. But, Naruto… you should promise me to be more careful when crossing the roads, okay?"

Blushing, Naruto nodded. "I promise… And, mom, dad, it wasn't his fault, really! I was running in the farms and I couldn't realize that I reached the road. And when I saw the car, it was like I was frozen, I couldn't move out of the way."

"I took Naruto to the hospital, and his left shoulder is broken, and he has a few bruises," Sasuke supplied after his young friend.

"It's fine then," Minato spoke, shaking his head, knowing the clumsiness of his son. "You really should be more careful, Naruto."

"Yes, dad," Naruto nodded quickly.

"So, welcome Sasuke," Minato smiled, and hugged Sasuke. "Look at you, you're a grown man!"

Sasuke smiled softly. "Yes… Naruto looks just like you."

"Don't let the looks fool you," Minato whispered. "He's just like Kushina on the inside."

"What did you say, husband?" Kushina glared at the blond man.

Minato laughed fakely and shook his hands. "Nothing at all! Come, Naruto, let me help you inside so you can meet with our guests."

Naruto nodded, and with his father's help he walked inside.

"Welcome Sasuke," Kushina smiled, and hugged the young man. "Thank you for helping our Naruto."

"Of course, Kushina-san," Sasuke nodded at the woman. "I won't leave here till I make sure Naruto's back to his full health."

"Aww, you're so nice!" Kushina cooed and then led Sasuke inside.

"Ah, Sasuke," Fugaku nodded at his son. "Isn't it such a coincidence that Naruto's Minato's son?"

"Yeah, it really is," Sasuke nodded.

"You took care of Naruto, right?" The older Uchiha asked.

"Yes, father," Sasuke nodded again. "I'll make sure he's alright."

"Good, good," Fugaku nodded, pleased with his younger son. "Please, do forgive us, Naruto."

Naruto smiled at the man. "It's alright! Besides, I heal really fast!"

Everybody smiled at the young boy, and they started chatting pleasantly.


Sasuke opened his eyes slowly. He blinked a few times, and then stretched out in his futon. He let out a short breath, and then looked to the side, and came face to face with Naruto's sleeping face. Sasuke smiled at the serene face of his young friend.

It had been six weeks that the Uchiha family was here, and Sasuke was enjoying it more than he could ever thought. The rural life was extremely different than urban style Sasuke was used to, still Sasuke thought he was adopting to it perfectly. Every day was different than the other, and with Naruto's companionship, Sasuke was starting to think he was better off here than Tokyo.

In his usual life, Sasuke had to act like a responsible adult. He would wake up early, and go to their company. He would work there till evening to gain more money which they actually didn't need, and then would come home to sleep just like that. And sometimes, his friends would drag him out, and he would sleep like dead afterwards. But, here in this small village which wasn't known by the most of the country, he felt free and alive. He woke up every morning when he felt the sun on his face. He filled his lungs with clean air. He got to know the nature better, and he learned how important was to grow what you ate. And it was all thanks to someone.

Sasuke smiled softly as Naruto mumbled something in his sleep. With Naruto, Sasuke discovered that he had so many things to learn from someone so young. Naruto was full of life, curious about new things, loving about the things he considered as his own, always enthusiastic when it came to pleasing people, and so, so… beautiful to Sasuke.

When Sasuke thought about how beautiful Naruto was, how cute he was, how he was such a good person, and how loveable he was, Sasuke wanted to kick his own ass. Sasuke wasn't supposed to feel this strange connection to Naruto. He wasn't supposed to get his heartbeat quicken when Naruto smiled at him. He wasn't supposed to feel his stomach tighten when he heard Naruto's voice. Sasuke wasn't sure what was happening to him, he had never experienced these things before, and he both liked and feared it. Naruto was just a child… Still, Sasuke couldn't stop himself from showering Naruto with attention and being overprotective over him. Sasuke thought that Naruto was aware of Sasuke's interest in him. But, as in everything, Naruto sensed it with his innocence, and he returned Sasuke's affection ten folds, treating him like the rarest of diamond.

Sasuke looked up from where he was laying in his futon, he was sharing Naruto's room with him, just to see Naruto opening his eyes slowly. If he had to be honest, Sasuke could easily say that Naruto's awakening in the mornings was becoming his one of best times of the day. Before waking up wholly, Naruto would blink several times, and then look around without actually seeing anything. He would yawn softly, and then close his eyes again, just to open them more clearly this time. He would gaze out of his window, and watch the sun for a moment, and then he would look down and smile at Sasuke.

"Good morning, teme," Naruto smiled at his roommate.

Sasuke smiled at the nickname Naruto had chosen for him. "Morning, dobe."

Naruto giggled, blinking away his sleepiness. "Did you sleep well?"

"Yeah," Sasuke nodded.

"You can take the bed tonight if you want," Naruto suggested as he sat up.

"It's fine Naruto, I'm comfortable here," Sasuke reassured the blonde.

"Okay," Smiling, Naruto left the bed, and then the room to go to the common bathroom.

When he stood before the sink, he smiled at his reflection widely. These last weeks, he felt so good and happy. Naruto didn't have a friend in the village, so Sasuke had become really precious to him. But, aside from that, Naruto really liked Sasuke, like really. He was kind, he was clever, he was modest, he was honest, he was cute, he was caring, and –and he was really handsome. Not like Naruto looked for those things, but with Sasuke, it was so easy to realize them. The young man made Naruto feel different things, things he had only heard of before, and Naruto cherished his presence.

Naruto knew that Sasuke was their guest here. And when he thought of the young man leaving, his heart beat painfully. Sasuke was becoming an important part in Naruto's life, and when the time came for his departure, Naruto didn't know what he would do.

Letting out a deep sigh, Naruto went back to his room after he was done, and found Sasuke sitting at his bed, fully clothed for the day, and waiting for his return. Naruto sat beside Sasuke, and then lifted his t-shirt without hesitating. Sasuke took the ointment Naruto was given, and smeared it over the yellowish bruises. This was a ritual they had every day. Naruto always forgot about his medicine, so Sasuke had taken it upon himself to care for the blonde. Neither participants of the agreement was uncomfortable about the contact they had. Sasuke liked touching Naruto's baby soft skin, and Naruto liked having Sasuke's hands on him.

"Let's have breakfast now," Naruto said happily, and nodding, Sasuke followed after the blond.

They found their families at the table, already started breakfast. They seemed happy, chatting away without stopping. The only one who seemed displeased was Mikoto, and Naruto wasn't surprised to see her like that. The woman always had a scoff on her fair face, and she always kept her distance from the Namikaze family. When Naruto asked about it, he learned from his mother that she hated the village.

Kushina and Mikoto had been friends before they moved to the city, and Mikoto was always ambitious about leaving the village and getting rich. When they were in high school, she had met with Fugaku, the land lord's only son, and they had started going out. And one day, at the age of fifteen, Mikoto had dropped the school, along with Fugaku. There were rumors and gossips in the village, and the word of Mikoto being pregnant didn't help the fact at all. So, in a short amount of time, the Uchiha family had sold whatever they owned in the village, and left silently, taking Mikoto with them. Kushina told his son about all of these things, but didn't forget to warn Naruto about not talking a word about this.

"Good morning boys," Fugaku smiled at Naruto and Sasuke as they settled in their chairs.

Unlike his wife, Fugaku was such a nice man. It was obvious that he had missed his village, and he was enjoying his stay here. Minato was also very happy to have his old friend back. The two adult men managed to do something childish every day, trying to regain the times they lost as best friends.

"Morning uncle!" Naruto chirped happily. "And good morning, Mikoto-san."

Mikoto only nodded, moving her fan without stopping.

"What we'll be doing today?" Sasuke asked with a smile.

"We're going to pluck the corns," Kushina answered, smiling at Sasuke.

Sasuke nodded and then started eating his breakfast. Naruto was already stuffing his face with the food, and Sasuke couldn't help but chuckle at the blonde's endless appetite.

"What?" Naruto looked at Sasuke, not realizing what Sasuke was laughing about. It made Sasuke laugh even more, and he ruffled Naruto's hair affectionately. It caused Naruto to blush, and stutter something, and then eat even more.

They all laughed at the frustrated blonde, and after the breakfast, they headed to the one of the farms. There were three of them in total, each one surrounding the Namikaze house. Naruto and Sasuke were in similar attires. Sasuke was wearing a comfortable white t-shirt, and black, thin pants which was stuffed in knee high, yellow, plastic boots. Naruto was wearing a sleeveless, orange t-shirt, and they both had thin towels tied around their foreheads.

"Naruto leave it to me," Sasuke said as he plucked a corn in the middle of the farm. "You shouldn't strain your shoulder."

"But I can do it!" Naruto protested.

"I said no," Sasuke said strictly. "Why don't you go and get me a tomato? I would really like one…"

Naruto sighed softly, and then nodded at the older man. "Okay, Sasuke. Wait me here."

Sasuke smiled at the blonde. "Thanks dobe."

Naruto smiled back. "Sure thing teme."

Naruto started walking out of the farm, but stopped suddenly as he heard a small yelp and a few loud curses. Immediately, he turned back and run to Sasuke's side. The man was scowling as he cupped his left cheek.

"What's wrong Sasuke?" Naruto asked worriedly.

"Shit," Sasuke muttered and lowered his hand. Naruto could see the pale skin of Sasuke's cheek red and swollen. "A stupid bee…"

Naruto nodded, bee bites could be really frustrating and painful.

"Come with me," Naruto said and holding his hand, he took Sasuke back to the house quickly.

They went to the kitchen, and Naruto made Sasuke sat down on a chair while he grabbed a sugar cube and a handkerchief. He wetted the sugar and then putting it in the handkerchief, he pressed it on Sasuke's cheek. Sasuke hissed with the stinking feel, and then held onto Naruto's hips as he waited for the blond to finish what he was doing.

Naruto brushed Sasuke's bangs out of his face, and then planted a soft kiss over his pale forehead. Sasuke tensed but didn't open his mouth. Naruto lifted the sugar coated handkerchief and then blew over the swollen area gently. He touched it softly with a fingertip, and then without thinking, he kissed the disturbed flesh. Sasuke was shocked with the contact. He blinked several times, and then drawing back he looked at Naruto's flushed face. Naruto cupped Sasuke's soft cheeks, and caressed the pale skin with his thumbs.

Naruto swallowed loudly, and then whispered softly, "Sasuke, I-"

"Don't," Sasuke cut Naruto off, feeling like if he didn't do something, he would regret it later. "Don't say it."

Naruto's face paled. "B-But, why?"

Sasuke took a deep breath and then started uneasily, "Naruto, I know that we have this strange… attraction between us. But I can't do this, okay? You're just a child…"

"I'm not a child!" Naruto answered harshly. "I'm eighteen, an adult!"

Sasuke sighed, and shook his head. "Naruto, I'm ten years older than you. I wouldn't want to take advantage of you."

"No, Sasuke…" Naruto shook his head with a broken voice. "I-I love you!"

Sasuke closed his eyes tightly, wanting to block out Naruto's sweet voice, but he failed, and his heart throbbed painfully.

"I'm sorry," He whispered out, looking down.

Sasuke heard a quiet sob, and then Naruto left the kitchen running.

Sasuke let out a deep sigh, and then went to resume his job.

Neither of them realized Mikoto, who was watching their conversation secretly with a deep frown.


So, this was the first chapter. I hope it sparked an interest in you. Thanks for reading, and leave a review to let me know what you think!