Crimson Red Wine

My New Tutor

"No," Sakura said in protest as Tomoyo presented her with her battle outfit for the day. "Come on Sakura I know you like it," Tomoyo said wiggling her eyebrows suggestively.

"Eww I so don't, I mean really Tomoyo I don't like showing off my body, especially when there's no one I'm impressing," Sakura said turning her back to her friend.

"What if Li just happens to pop up during a fight?" Tomoyo said smirking as she saw Sakura's face go crimson. "That's not funny Tomoyo, first of all what are the chances that Li would be in a graveyard near midnight, second why would I want to impress him?" Sakura asked folding her arms in front of her chest.

"Sakura, even I didn't think you were that dense," Tomoyo said mockingly.

"And what is that supposed to mean?" Sakura asked glaring at her.

"I know you liiiiike him," Tomoyo said giving Sakura a little shove.

"I do not!" Sakura said shocked.

"Ya, whatever I don't want to argue, you're to stubborn to agree just get dressed so you can go kick some vampire butt," Tomoyo said shoving the outfit into Sakura's arms and pushing her towards the bathroom.

When Sakura came out she was wearing a tight, black, leather crop tank-top. With matching leather gloves that ripped at the middle of each of her fingers. She had on a stylish, back and pink mini plaid skirt. And black knee-high boots.

"Sit down," Tomoyo said while shoving Sakura in a chair in front of her mirror. Tomoyo was like Sakura's professional designer, who she didn't have to pay. And who did it as a hobby. But either way it was cool. With back and pink hair mascara, Tomoyo put streaks in Sakura's blondish coperish kind of hair.

"Wow this looks amazing, thanks Tomo. Now lets go," Sakura said grabbing a matching leather jacket which didn't even cover her whole upper body.

"Sakura, have you ever thought of cutting your hair, maybe even trimming it?" Tomoyo asked longing to cut a few locks off.

"No, not really, and Tomoyo we really have to go!" Sakura grabbed Tomoyo's arm and dragged her out the door.

After they got to the graveyard Sakura and Tomoyo started to walk around.

"Ya, so why are we always walking around for no absolute reason?" Tomoyo asked stuffing her hands in her pockets.

"Cause I'm on patrol, looking out for Clay so that I can give him a beating an get him to tell me more about who 'they' are, Oh ya and to get you some blood," Sakura said handing Tomoyo a pack of animal's blood. Tomoyo's eye veins' pop red and her pupil became more narrow at the smell of blood. Two sharp fangs slid out of her gums making a slick sound. Tomoyo plunged her teeth into the bag as her fangs sucked the juice.

Several seconds later after having finished her feeding Tomoyo went back to normal. "Now, where is that Clay?" Sakura asked looking around.

"Clay, come out, come out, wherever you are," Sakura said in a motherly voice treating Clay as if he was a child. Where as he was about 500 years her senior.

"I promise we'll have a civilized talk this time," Sakura said in the same tone of voice.

"That's what you always say," they heard a wheezing voice say.

"I hate it when vampires think they're to fast for mortals," Sakura said as she stuck out her hand when she started to hear a swish sound.

"Ugh," Clay mourned as Sakura gripped his neck.

"And like all those other times Clay you never chose to cooperate," Sakura said crushing his neck.

"What do you want, slayer?" Clay asked.

"What do I always want?" Sakura asked. "Information," she supplied without waiting for him to reply.

"Well I have none," Clay said in his wheezing voice.

"Ya, ya. Cut the crap! You want to do this the hard way or the easy way?" Sakura asked.

"I told you, I have no information," Clay persisted.

"Fine, take the hard way. More fun for me," Sakura said shrugging than punching him in the gut.

"Still have no information?" Sakura asked as she kneed him.

"None what so ever," Clay said in a more squeaky voice.

"Really?" Sakura questioned, slamming him into the nearest wall.

"Nope," he said in a strained voice shaking his head.

"Oh just give up," Tomoyo said in a bored voice, "or she might just take the stake out this time."

"Okay, okay. What do you want to know," Clay obliged.

"Aww, Tomoyo. You're no fun," Sakura said as she dropped Clay. He started to breathe heavily and massaged his neck with his hands.

"So, what is it," Clay asked backed up into the wall.

"Who were those people you were telling me about the other night?" Sakura asked.

"What people?" Clay tried to act stupid. Sakura punched his cheek.

"The ones out to get me," Sakura sighed.

"I never said any—" he was cut off as Sakura punched his stomach.

"It doesn't matter if you know who they are. They're legendary. They defeated every slayer when they went too far. And you're next. Nothing, I repeat, nothing can save you now. They killed your mother, and you're next." Sakura's hand grabbed his neck as rage shone in her eyes.

"Who are they," she almost whispered.

"Who are they!" she yelled as she hurled him into the wall.

"Beware, slayer for Crimson Red Wine is out to get you," Sakura's eyes grew wide as she let go of Clay and he plunged to the ground. She started to walk out of the graveyard.

"Sakura, are you okay," Tomoyo said catching up to her.

"I'm fine, I just need to go home . . . and be alone," Sakura said.

"I'm sure he didn't know all of what he was saying," Tomoyo tried to reassure her friend.

"Somehow, I doubt that, Tomoyo," Sakura said walking off ahead.

Unknown to them, amber eyes were watching their every move, Sakura's in particular.

"I must say, this was the best test results ever in this class' history in math," Sensei Yugami said as he handed out the sheets of paper.

"All except one," he said putting Sakura's test on her desk. Which with red marker showed a big, fat F.

Sakura groaned as she sank in her desk.

"Very good, Li. Especially since this is only your third day here. I'm impressed," the teacher said putting Syaoran's test in front of him. Sakura turned around to see a big A plus-plus.

She thought it was impossible, this was one of her hardest subjects yet, and he aced it like it was a breeze.

The bell rang and everyone headed out.

"Sakura, Syaoran, may I have a word?" Sensei Yugami called.

"Sakura, your test results just seem to fall more and more as the year goes on. SO I was hoping that Li wouldn't mind tutoring you."

"Sure," Li said shrugging.

Sakura went red, "okay."

"Right well how about you get started tomorrow, and every day on," he said ending the discussion.

Wow sorry it took so long to get this chapter out. And sorry it was so short

So ya the contest thingy was so long ago over but I was so busy and all –stupid school- and I was kind of depressed cuz my drive broke down and all my chapters that I had started (and they were ling) were deleted so ya


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P.S. sorry for the short chappie