Ok everyone! This is a second story to help me get over my writer's block for my other story called 'Don't Forget Me.' Please comment anything wrong with this story at all so that I may correct it and stuff. This story is going to be finished and the other story I mentioned earlier will also be finished also. So don't worry no more discontinued stuff and all. Enjoy the story!

Siris

DISCLAIMER: No own. No way. No how.


Chapter 1

"No, no, no! You're swinging it all wrong!" A man dressed in a white gi ran over to a female with long white hair tied up in a ponytail at the top of her head. She had silver eyes that had eyeliner pulling out to the side giving her a feline look.

"Sorry sensei, it won't happen again!" She bowed low, keeping her eyes to the ground. The teacher grunted.

"Kira, get out of my dojo! I have no room here to teach fools." He glared down at her. Kira bowed once more and walked out slowly.


"What? Another one was taken?" A young man slammed his fist on the mahogany desk making his secretary jump. He had blue eyes that riveled the sea in color and brown hair that hung into his eyes.

"Y-Yes, Mr. Kaiba. The employees are frightened and are considering quitting as an option." She hugged the files that she was holding tightly against her chest and stared at the ground not even considering fixing her crooked glasses. Kaiba growled.

"Are you one of these employees?" He asked in a low angry tone. She bit her bottom lip, refusing to answer. Kaiba leaned back into his chair and smirked.

"From now on every one of my employees will have to take some kind of self-defense class. I'll have a dojo constructed immediately. Go and inform the company." Kaiba glared at the timid secretary. She didn't budge.

"Well? What are you waiting for? Go NOW!" Kaiba yelled out. She yelped and rushed out as fast as she could without spilling the contents she held in her arms. Kaiba swiveled in his chair and glared down at the city.

"Don't take Kaiba Corporation lightly."


Kira changed into janitor clothes and walked to her work. She clocked in and began to make her way to the closet for her equipment. The business people around her bustled around, completely unaware of the incompetent janitor. She sighed and pushed the plastic cart full of cleaning supplies to the elevator. The doors opened with a loud audible ding and she rolled the cart in.A tall man walked in and stood in the elevator. Kira ignored the person minding her own business until she had to press the button for the top floor.

"You going to the same floor, sir?" Kira took this chance to glance to his general direction. He was tall, that's for sure. She only saw his torso. He didn't say anything so Kira shrugged and ignored him once more. She stood, waiting and listened to the dull drone of the elevater music. The elevator stopped and she got out, pushing the cart. The man got out as well and followed her just a few feet away. Kira, not noticing, stopped in front of a locked door and pulled out a large ring of keys. She flipped through them and opened the door with the appropriate key. She pushed the door and pulled the cart halfway through. Kira immediately began to dust off the furniture and computer screen. She jumped when the door clicked closed. Kira looked around the room but no one else was there. Nervously, she opened the door again and pulled the cart halfway through again. She slowly turned back around and stood in front of the desk. The chair was facing away from her.

"That's strange. I swear it was facing the computer..." She mumbled. There was a chuckle and the chair swiveled around. Kira gasped.

"Kira, you're so jumpy" A young man with neon green hair and blue eyes smirked at her. Kira frowned and threw the rag at him.

"Dammit Rishio! Don't scare me like that!" Kira crossed her arms and glared at him. Rishio plucked the rag off of his head and set it on the desk.

"I saw you and couldn't resist." He granted her a dashing smile that made her only scowl more.

"I don't suppose you're the one on the elevator too" Kira mumbled out hotly.

"Actually, no" He looked at her curiously as she mentally shivered. Kira scowled and crossed her arms across her chest while angrily looking off to the side.

"Damn you and your creepiness... Clean your office yourself. I'm leaving." Kira scowled and prepared to leave. Rishio chuckled and threw a newspaper down on the desk.

"Oh, so soon? You should see your other boss in the papers. Not very professional." Rishio smirked as Kira picked up the paper and read. Her eyes widened then narrowed.

"Kaiba-kun would never go downtown to pick up prostitutes!" Kira crumpled up the papers and growled angrily. Rishio shrugged.

"I'm only looking out for your well-being." Rishio said with a smirk. Kira glared then left the office taking her cleaning cart with her.


"What is the meaning of this?" Kaiba threw down the newspaper on the round table, which held many executives that sat around him. The newspaper had a picture of Kaiba from the side viewwhile he had two girls under either arm giggling like schoolgirls while dressed in very revealing outfits. Kaiba's eye was only seen from over his trench coat and looking directly at the camera but the rest of his face was hidden.

"I want names! Who is writing this rubbish and how are they getting pictures of me in places I've never been!" He glared at the men who nervously looked away. One man cleared his throat loudly at the doorway.

"Mr. Kaiba, we have found someone suitable to run your dojo." The man said boldly and clearly. Kaiba dismissed his associates.

"Speak now Roland and it better be good." Kaiba turned his icy glare on Roland. The man nodded.

"You have one already employed by Kaiba Corp. who excels in martial arts and is exceptionally well with a samurai sword. Currently this person is employed in the mail room but we can transfer the person quickly." Roland said stifly. Kaiba scoffed.

"Has construction begun yet on the dojo itself?" Kaiba watched, as Roland nodded a no. Kaiba gritted his teeth angrily.

"First get that done then go out and find a suitable teacher! Find someone better than a person who can play with a sword you fool!" Kaiba yelled out once more. Roland nodded and left. Kaiba slammed his fists on the table and gritted his mouth shut.

"Dammit, incompetent fools..." Kaiba sighed and left the room.


Kira quickly done up her hair in a bun, changed into a skirt and white dress shirt. She ran out of her crummycondo towards Kaiba Corp. She was already late for a meeting she was supposed to account for and her boss would not be happy. By the time she made it inside the building, men in expensive suits were already piling out of the building towards their awaiting limos. She was gasping for breath before Seto Kaiba approached her. He glared down into her eyes while angrily towering over her.

"Kira, your late again." Kaiba glared down at her. Kira avoided his gaze. Since the first time she saw him she had a crush on him that continued to build.

"I-I is sorry sir! I'll try not to let it happen again! I swear!" Kira looked up into his eyes and her knees felt weak. Kaiba grunted.

"Come see me in my office and if you're late for that also I swear I'm firing you." He turned on his heel and left. Kira let out the breath she never knew she held. She smiled and waited till Kaiba was gone from sight before jumping up and yelling off the top of her lungs, "Yay! He talked to me and didn't yell at me! Whoot!" Of course that earned weird looks from everyone around her but she didn't care. Kira happily waltzed to the elevator and pressed the button for the tenth floor. She stepped out from the elevator and burst through the large double doors.

"You wanted to see me Kaiba-sama?" Kira said with a smile. Kaiba turned around from gazing out of the large windows and glared at her.

"Why don't you ever enter quietly?" Kaiba asked quietly. Kira laughed nervously.

"Sorry, I'll try to be more discreet." Kira said almost breaking her tone of voice. Kaiba sighed and rubbed his temples.

"I have a headache." Kaiba sat down in his leather chair. Kira walked over to his desk and pulled out Tylenol and got a cup of water from the cooler before handing it to him. He looked at her strangely before taking the pill and water. This act of kindness was unusual for him except coming from his little brother.

"Anything else sir?" Kira smiled widely up at him. Kaiba scoffed and swirled the water around in the cup watching it slosh around.

"I'm going to a formal dinner next week and need you to watch over my little brother till I come home." Kaiba gave the cup to her and she threw it away in the trash bin.

"Will do sir. When do you think you'll be home?" Kira said, trying to contain her excitement. This was a big job to even be entrusted with Kaiba's little brother. Kaiba was silent for a moment.

"I don't know. If anything goes wrong, I'll have your head. This is your last chance to redeem yourself. You've always been loyal and are suitable for the job at short notice. Don't make that statement wrong." Kaiba glared at Kira who gulped. She smiled nervously.

"Yes sir. Will do sir." Kira said, her voice quivered slightly. Kaiba waved her out and she left with a soft click of the door. Kaiba held a button down on the phone.

"Riku, send those files up following the missing persons cases immediately." He then sat down and waited till another one of his secretaries walked in and set the files down on his desk.

"Is there anything else you'd like sir?" Riku asked. Kaiba grunted.

"Leave me in peace." Kaiba turned his glare on her next. The secretary rushed out and closed the door with a slam, making Kaiba wince. Don't any of his employees ever learn how to close a door? He sighed and spread out the files. Each was a missing persons case, each was a Kaiba Corporation employee, and each was involved with the release of the new product. Kaiba thought long and hard. Obviously whoever abducted his employees is out to bring down Kaiba Corp. but which company is after him? He had too many rivals and no leads. Kaiba got up and gazed out over the city once more. Five important employees involved with his new product were abducted over a course of two months and that leaves ten more before it dwindled down to miscellaneous employees. It's only a matter of time before whoever it is makes their next move.