Title: Sweet Sixteen

By: Misery Johnson

Disclaimer: I do not own Yugioh or 16 candles by Roy Orbison

Attention reviewers: This is the last chapter of the story. I'm going

to make it as fluffy and as long as I possibly can since I am not a

very big fan of the couple.

That is not to say that I don't like them, only that

they're not my favorite. I am thinking of a very long sequel

involving love conflict, if you want it ask for it. That I will

definitely write. I hope you all like it. I would like to apologize

for not updating sooner but I was going to on Thursday evening

but I was in a car accident.

Thanks to peachi goddess/I-Love-Bakura1489.

Chapter Three: Under the Moonlight

The girls made their way home, only pausing to look at the couples

at the park. How Anzu wished that Yami would take her there.

But she knew that even if he ever asked her, she wouldn't have the

nerve to say yes. She sighed sadly as they reached her house. They

entered and spent the rest of the night watching cheesy movies to

try to cheer her up. It was a good attempt but somehow it wasn't


She awoke the next morning to see that Serenity was nowhere to

be found. Upon further inspection she found a note on the kitchen


Dear Anzu:

Sorry for leaving so soon but I had a million things to do. Meet me

later at my house to talk.



She sighed mumbling something about perfectionists. She made

herself some breakfast, which consisted of pancakes, bacon, sausage

and scrambled eggs. Additionally she poured herself some orange

juice. No one could accuse her of not eating well. She loved to eat.

I mean there was nothing wrong with it, it wasn't like she was fat

on the contrary; she was normal. She worked out a bit, ate healthy

and made sure to never let anyone put her down. But she was

cowardly, anti-social and very alone. Or at least she felt that way.

Guys looked at Serenity but never at her, or it was like that before

last night. She couldn't help but laugh as she remembered the

looks that guys kept giving her. Even Seto Kaiba himself had

spoken to her if only for a second. She finished her meal and put

the dished in the sink, she'd have time for them later.

It was now seven in the afternoon. She arrived at her friend's

house only to find no one home. She knocked time and time again

but there was no answer. It seemed odd but before she could even

get to her cell phone, a hand covered her eyes, Thinking it was

Serenity she leaned into the body that was behind her. But

something didn't add up. Where had her womanly figure gone?

This was definitely not Serenity; it was a guy. But as she was

about to scream a hand covered her mouth as a blindfold went up

to cover her eyes. She wanted to scream but whoever it was,

whispered reassuring words in her ear. The voice sounded familiar

but she couldn't determine whom it belonged to.

He gathered her hands in his and kissed them softly. She blushed

but was thankful that she couldn't se his expression, if she

could've then she would've seen the smirk that plastered his face.

He led her blindfolded to some unknown location. She wasn't

scared though, for some odd reason she trusted him. Although it

sounded odd, since she had no idea of who he was.

She could smell the faint aroma of flowers and wondered if they

were in some flower shop or the park. That thought brought back

her wish of being there with Yami and she had to hold back the

tears that threatened to spill from her eyes. They stopped and he

let go of her for a moment before taking her into his arms. A song

was heard as he took off her blindfold. She gasped as she saw who

her mystery man was, Yami Mutou. He smirked seeing her

shocked expression and lifted one of her hands kissing it gently.

Happy birthday, happy birthday, baby
Oh, I love you so

She blushed as he pulled her closer. Here she was with the man of

her high school dreams, dancing in the middle of the park. Her

wish had come true. The moon shown brightly and sparkled in

contrast with the small lake not far from where they were.

Sixteen candles make a lovely light
But not as bright as your eyes tonight (as your eyes tonight) (oh)
Blow out the candles, make your wish come true
For I'll be wishing that you love me, too (that you love me, too)

She smiled as she heard him singing along with the song and

wondered how he knew that it was her birthday. Correction

yesterday had been her birthday but it still counted. Better later

than never. She heard giggling and turned her head to see

Serenity in the clearing. Serenity waved towards her friend and

Anzu mouthed a thank you. She turned leaving both of them

alone. Anzu made a mental note to thank her friend tomorrow.

She knew that she was loved even if it was just by her friend. She

had made her wish come true, Serenity her fairy godmother. It

had a nice ring to it.

You're only sixteen (sixteen)
But you're my teenage queen (you're my queen)
You're the prettiest, loveliest girl I've ever seen (I've ever seen) (oh!)

Sixteen candles in my heart will glow
For ever and ever for I love you so (for I love you so)

She felt happier than she had ever felt before. Even if tomorrow he

woke up and realized what a huge mistake he had made, she

would always have the memory of being in his arms under the


You're only sixteen (sixteen)
But you're my teenage queen (you're my queen)
Oh, you're the prettiest, loveliest girl I've ever seen (I've ever seen) (oh!)

Sixteen candles in my heart will glow
For ever and ever for I love you so (for I love you so)
For I love you so!!!

Misery: So like it? Tell me but remember no flames. I hope it

wasn't too cheesy and that you all liked it. I wrote thinking of the

movie sixteen candles and looked up the song to match. Thanks to

all four reviewers. My other stories, Crimson and Lullaby will be

updated during the week seeing as I am not completely healed and

can't spend too much time on the computer… Sorry if there are

any grammar mistakes, didn't have time to revise it. See ya…