Hey, This is my second SasuHina Fanfic. The idea for this story just happened to jump into my head while I was sitting on my kitchen floor at 2am eating cereal. ^.^" (I was hungry and I can never sleep well at nights for some reason). Well any way. I hope you like it!

Summary: Hinata had moved out of her father's house when she was 12. Having only her clothes, some money and her cousin, and good friend, Neji. She hoped to start a new life for her self renting a comfortable apartment and living off of the small amount he gave to her every month and working as a waitress at a local Ramen stand, she thought she was finally happy. But when a strange phone call wakes her up one night and she finds out that her father and sister have died in a plane crash, Hinata is swept into a world of paparazzi, gossip, lies and luxury. But what happens when she meets one of Konoha's bad boys and starts to fall for him? Only time will tell!

Ring Ring Ring,

Hinata groaned as she turned over in her sleep.

Ring Ring Ring!

Hinata groaned again as she opened her eyes and glanced at the clock. It was 3am! Who was calling her that late in the night?

She turned over and dropped her hand on the phone causing it to fall down. She frowned as she swung her legs over the side of the bed and picked the phone up and put it to her ear.

"Hello, Ms. Hyuuga?" Came a deep male voice.

"Yes?" she replied sleepily.

" I'm sorry for waking you up at such a late hour," he continued. "But my name is Dr. Kabuto. I am your father's private doctor. Could please hurry down to the Konoha General hospital immediately?"

Hinata sat still, she was completely awake now and her mind was racing. What was the matter? Was something wrong with father? Or Hanabi?

"Ok." She replied as she stood up.

"Thank You." He said and hung up the phone.

She quickly went to her closed and pulled out something to wear. She wasn't really paying attention to what she was picking out, as her mind was racing as she tried to figure out why the doctor called her.

"Neji!" she yelled as she pulled on the sweat pants and ran to the door.

"Where is the fire?" Neji asked as he walked out of his room in only a pair of boxers. His hair was messed up and he had a slight pillow print on his left cheek. She blushed and turned her head to find some easy to put on shoes.

"I thing something happened to my father." She said as she pulled on some flip flops and grabbed her car keys and cell phone.

"What?" Neji asked, a little more awake.

"His doctor just called and asked me to come down immediately." She said and stood up to look at him. "I'll go down now. You meet me there."

Neji nodded and Hinata walked out the door.

She ran down the stairs from the 3rd floor and made her way through the parking lot to her small black car.

She grabbed onto the door handle, forgetting it was locked and the alarm was on. The load siren noise echoed through the small area and her heart skipped a beat. She fumbled with he keys and finally got the damn thing off but she was sure she had woken up every one in her apartment now. She sighed and unlocked her door and jumped in.

Hinata quickly pulled into the parking lot of Konoha General Hospital and ran to the door as she pressed the auto lock on her car. She pushed through the door and made her way to the front desk. The young nurse with long blonde hair looked up at her and smiled.

"How may I help you?" she asked kindly.

"Um, I'm here to see Dr. Kabuto." She said and started playing with her fingers under the desk. The nurse suddenly frowned.

"Oh," she said with a hint of regret in her voice. "Just follow the corridor and make a right. Look for the door that say 'Accident emergency' on the top.

Hinata gasped and turned and ran down the hall. What exactly did happen?!

She skidded around the corner, just barely missing a run in with a very grumpy looking old woman. She rushed pushed through the door and came to stop in an almost empty room.

"Father!" she yelled as she looked around.

The only other person in the room was a young man with long gray hair pulled into a ponytail.

"You must be Ms. Hyuuga." He said calmly. "Please calm down and have a seat." He said and gestured to a set of small brown couches in a corner. She walked over and sat down.

"Please calm down, Ms. Hyuuga." The man said again. She was just about to say that she was calm when she looked down and noticed that she was shaking and she was gripping her keys so hard her knuckles were turning white. She took a deep breath and relaxed.

The doctor looked at her but didn't smile.

"Ms. Hyuuga, we are aware that you have not had a very close relationship with your father and sister, but I am sorry to inform you that while returning from Egypt, your father's private jet crashed." He said calmly.

"WHAT?!" Hinata gasped as she felt warm tears brimming her eyes.

"I'm sorry. The cause of the crash is still unknown but your father and sister did not make it." He said and looked to the ground.

Hinata felt the tears roll down her cheeks as she sat with her mouth slightly open and her brows bunched together. It had to be a dream. It just had to be. But inside, she knew it was real.

A pain erupted in her chest and she started shaking violently.

The tears ran down her cheeks faster as she fell from the couch clutching her stomach.

"NO! IT'S NOT TRUE!" she heard herself yell. Her body shook uncontrollably as she moved about violently on the floor.

The room began to spin and she watched the horror on the doctor's face fade as she heard an echo of his voice yelling for some nurses. Then, everything went black.

(Dum, Dum, Dum!!!!! XD)

"Hinata,"

Hinata opened her eyes slowly and was almost blinded by the bright fluorescent lights. She turned her head to see who called her name.

A worried looking Neji sat at her bedside.

"How do you feel?" he asked quietly.

"N-N-Neji? What happened?" she asked quietly.

"When the doctor told you about your father and sister, you fell into a shock and collapsed."

She frowned as the doctors words floated back into her head.

'Your sister and father didn't make it…'

New tears formed in her eyes and she sobbed.

"Oh Neji!" she wailed as her cousin got up and hugged her.

"It's okay, Hinata." He said.

"No, it's not! My dad and sister are gone!" she shrieked and sobbed harder.

Neji sighed and sat on the bed and rubbed her back in a calming way.

"Hinata, you have to calm down and move on. I'm sure your father and sister would want you to."

"But how am I supposed to do that!" she pleaded.

Neji sighed again. "Hinata. Mourn now. But you must move on with your life. You cannot give up just because you lost someone you loved. They wouldn't have wanted that. They'd want you to make the most out of your life and spend it to the best!"

Hinata kept sobbing and Neji hugged her. He knew how it felt to have lost a loved one. He lost his father and mother when he was only a little boy.

He held Hinata for a little while until she stopped crying. She pulled away from him and blushed as she saw the big wet spot she left on his shirt.

"Sorry, Neji" she whispered and looked at her hands that rested in her lap.

"No problem. I didn't like this shirt any way." He smirked, trying to make her smile. But it didn't work. He walked over to a small table and grabbed some napkins. He wet one in a small sink and walked back to Hinata.

"Here, clean your self up." He smiled. "You look like a disaster."

She gave a small smile as she imaged how she must look and Neji smiled in triumph.

Just as she finished cleaning her face off, the doctor walked in.

"Good to see you up, Ms. Hyuuga." He said and gave her a small smile.

Hinata nodded her head a little but didn't say a word as the doctor walked around her and checked the various machines about her.

"Okay, Ms. Hyuuga. You seem to be fine now. You may go."

Hinata nodded and the man smiled again before leaving.

"Come on Hinata. Let's go back home." Neji said as he helped her off the bed.

Hinata nodded and stepped down but her legs gave way and she lurched forward. Luckily, Neji caught her and sighed as he set her back to her feet.

"What time is it?" she asked as she solemnly walked from the building.

"It's 8:27. But I already called your boss. You don't have to work today."

She nodded as she walked to her car. "Are you okay to drive?" Neji asked, a little concerned.

She kept her frown as she nodded. Neji left her as she started her engine and pulled out of the parking space. She stopped as she got out and squeezed her eyes closed. What was going to happen now?

She sighed and continued to drive.

Sasuke woke up rubbed the sleep from his eyes. He stretched out on the big mattress and yawned. The room was dark but he could see that it was only because of the thick black curtains were blocking out the light of the early morning sun.

He sighed and got off his bed and walked to the bathroom. He didn't feel like going anywhere today. He just wanted to stay home and chill. He walked in and stopped in front of his sink. He stared at his reflection. His hair was messy and his eyelids hung low with sleep.

He turned on the tap and washed his face and then looked again. It was a little better. He was fully awake now but his hair was still a mess. He lazily ran his hands through his hair and then smirked with satisfaction. He then turned to brush his teeth.

When he was finally finished, he walked from the room and pulled open his closet. He barely looked in and grabbed a pair of dark blue jeans and a black shirt that had the symbol of Konoha on it.

He pulled them on and walked out of his bedroom, out into the very spacious living room. He made his way across the thick soft black carpet and into the small open kitchen. He pulled out a small white bowl and some cereal and got the milk and some orange juice from the fridge. As he fixed his small breakfast the phone rang.

He walked over and picked it up.

"Hello?"

"Hey Sasuke-teme!"

Sasuke groaned. "Is it time already for you to start annoying me?"

He heard Naruto snicker. "Hey, what are you going to do today?"

"I was just gonna chill here." He replied and finished making his breakfast.

"Oh, well, Kiba is having a pool party at 12. You wanna go?"

Sasuke leaned his head to one side as he thought.

"Alright." He said after a long while. It would be a lot more entertaining than just sitting around his apartment all day.

"Good!" Naruto replied. "See ya then."

Sasuke hung up without a goodbye and took his breakfast and sat on one of the big black leather coaches. He put it on the glossy black coffee table and took a bit before flipping on the TV. He sat back and flipped through the channels trying to find something to watch. As he was passing by a channel he saw a picture of a young girl on the news and stopped.

He turned up the volume to try and listen to what they where saying.

"Late last night, the millionaire Hiashi Hyuuga and his daughter Hanabi Hyuuga's private plane went down with them in it. Unfortunately the two did not make it and died on impact." Sasuke sighed. Another death. "Many had thought that this Hanabi had been his only daughter and only heir to the entire Hyuuga fortune but or sources inform us that she was not the only daughter. That in fact she was the second and youngest daughter." The woman stopped and the picture of the young girl magnified. "This is the 'said to be' eldest daughter of Hiashi and the heir to the millions he had so suddenly left behind." The picture disappeared and the lady continued. "Why did no one know about this girl and why was she kept hidden? All of this will be found out next week on, Konoha News!"

Sasuke's eyes were still glued to the screen as it went on TV.

'Cha, its just another drama that would put more attention on the poor young girl than need.' He thought. 'But she was pretty cute.' He thought back at the picture. She looked about 20 or so and had long black hair and the most interesting pair of eyes. They were almost completely white like most of the Hyuuga's but hers where different. They seemed to have a light purple tint in them. They seemed more of a pale lavender rather than white. And her face was pale and flawless.

He pushed her out of his mind. 'She's probably one of those bitchy girls who always get what they want.' He thought.

He frowned at the thought. He hated those types of girls. But he happened to know one and she happened to be one of his biggest fan girls. He glared at his cereal as the pink-haired girl's image flashed across his mind.

Suddenly, he realized that he'd lost his appetite.

He picked up the bowl and put it in the sink and turned off the TV. He might as well go to the gym and work out before the party. He walked over to the closet next to the front door and grabbed his gym bag. He needed to work out any way. He hadn't done any training for almost a week now. He had been so busy at work. He sighed as he grabbed his car key and walked out the apartment and locked the door. He would work out twice as hard because of that. He sighed again.

BWAHAHAHAHA!!!!! The first chappy! Yea! Hope I get as many reviews as my last story. Or maybe even more! And I'll keep working on this story and my old one. I have a lot of free time on my hands right now. =3

Sasuke: Review or die.

Midnight: That wasn't nice Sasuke!

Sasuke: I don't care.

Midnight: Please Review! The more reviews, the more I update. I'm a review whore. ^.^"

(Psst! Rae here, Midnight's new beta! I've checked through and made a few changes, and we'll be uploading the updated chapters as soon as I'm done with them. If you notice any mistakes I've missed, please, point them out and I'll fix 'em. Thanks!)