So this is a Tobirama love story. I love Tobirama, he's just my type and I felt like he deserved a love story. I really write these more for myself than anything and just share them here for others who might enjoy them. It is full of oc's because there aren't many characters to pull from in that time period and those that are there we don't know much about them. He inspired me, so here it is.
This is the prologue, I actually wrote this part last because I felt like it helped the story go full circle, you'll understand in the end.
Disclaimers- All characters and the world are the intellectual property of Masashi Kishimoto. He's done an amazing job of creating them and making them come alive for us. This story is my creation of what might happen with his characters. Thank you for reading
Love from the Lady
Chikako sat with her back to the cliff. The stone was warm despite the fact that the air was cooling in the late afternoon. She liked the warmth, it gave her strength and a sense of security. She reached out her arm and let her hand trail in the waterfall she was sitting next to. This was her favorite place to be, the water brought her peace and the warm stone brought her strength. She watched as Takao sat on a large stone a distance away from her, he was idly tossing small stones into the water occasionally making one of them skip several times before it sank to the bottom of the pool of water that had formed at the base of the waterfall before it snaked off into the river that ran along the edge of the compound she lived on with her father and the rest of the Hata clan.
Takao had been her constant companion since just before she'd left school four years ago. She sighed, she'd just turned sixteen and she knew that soon her world would change. She knew that her father would arrange her marriage to strengthen their clan and the village of Iwa that he'd so recently formed. She knew and accepted this. But it terrified her.
Her parents marriage had been an arranged one and she knew it was not a happy one. They rarely spent time together and almost never spoke even when they did. Chikako was young enough to still have romantic notions, she wanted to fall in love with a man, enjoy his company and look forward to growing old with him. She desperately hoped that something would change to make this a reality for her but deep down she knew that her marriage would probably be with a man who was much older than her and head of his own clan. That she would be required to conform to new traditions and find peace with a total stranger. And she knew that, like her father, it was likely his heart would belong to another.
She wondered what the next few years would bring her.