Eventually breaking the kiss, L gave Light an odd look. It was as if he were searching for the answer to something he didn't understand. Storm gray hues were slightly narrowed, the inside of his bottom lip being pinched between his pearly teeth. He knew he was being tricked and twisted around Light's finger, but...perhaps...if he played along he might gain evidence to further the investigation. He was still aggravated that his entire team was at a standstill.
Slowly lifting a hand, L trailed his slender fingers down Light's cheek experimentally. The contact didn't hurt or burn. The brunette was looking at him with an indescribable look. The detective couldn't tell what he was thinking, and it was troubling. Releasing his bottom lip and twirling his tongue around his own mouth to get the rest of the chocolaty remains, he replied slowly and quietly.
"Alright, Light-kun. Because you are my friend I will concede that you have needs...and you do seem calmer now. If you need a...bed partner, I shall assume the roll. As long as you don't allow this to interfere with the investigation and your judgment I see nothing wrong with it."
Light almost smirked. The need was so great that he felt like his face was cracking as he held it at bay. Contorting the wanted snarl into a sweet smile, he pressed his lips to the detective's head. He'd just won a victory. There was no way in Hell L would be able to keep up his facade all the time. He'd fuck him so hard that his mind would liquidate...and then he'd ask him his name. He'd say he wanted to cry it out when he reached his peak. It would take a while before he could bring it up...but it would happen. L would trust him. L would love him. And then Light would crush him.
"I'm not certain you can measure just how happy I am, Ryuzaki. I could tell you, sure, but I don't know if you'd be able to comprehend my feelings." The sweet smile widened, masking the malevolent mind behind it. "I would like to say I'm sorry again. My previous actions were uncalled for. I shouldn't have used force to get what I wanted. I'm certain if i would have explained myself you might have complied."
Actually, L wouldn't have. He would have kicked Light square in the jaw and might have brought it up with his father. Considering the deed had been done, he couldn't tell Soichiro. He knew that Light would say that L complied, and tests would prove he most certainly wasn't a virgin anymore. A small flame of anger burned in the pit of his stomach, but he remained calm. He'd be compliant. He'd be a 'Good boy'. He'd fool Light into thinking he'd won...and then he'd crush him.
It was surprising how two vastly different, yet startlingly similar individuals could comer up with similar plans for the other's demise.
"I might have complied. As of right now I'm still not certain how I feel about being raped. Perhaps I'm in some state of shock." Mulling over the thought for a moment he lifted a thumb to his lips, pressing the tip past his lips as he hid a smile. "Which comes as no surprise, considering when you're desperate you have an electrifying personality." L always thought his jokes were funny. Generally no one else could amuse him so he had to find some way to add humor into his life.
That was such a bad pun that a snicker fled from the youth's lips. Who would have thought that L was capable of acting like such a fool? It seemed his plan to wear down his defenses was already working.
Although it wasn't. L had to put on an act, so he was going to make it good. If a play isn't convincing, intriguing, and catching, then it isn't worth seeing. There had to be humor. Drama. Horror. Suspense. A plot. At least, those were what L looked for in a movie whenever he had the time to actually watch one. He'd seen about four movies in his entire life time, excluding biographies, animal planet, and the cooking channel. Citizen Kane was his favorite, and was actually rated one of the best movies of all time. Orson Welles was a wonderful actor and writer.
"Well, Ryuzaki...I think we should look over everything on Kira we've gathered again. Perhaps we've been overlooking something painfully obvious."
If L had been a dog, the hairs on the back of his neck would be standing up and he'd be snarling. Considering he wasn't, he replied in a cold manner, "I have went over every single document and movie at least fifty times each, and that is no exaggeration. I am not missing ANYTHING, I assure you."
Well, that was a mood killer.
Light's piercing amber hues fixed on the detective's face, his own mood being affected by the detective's tone. "It was merely a suggestion, Ryuzaki. There was no reason for such a rude reaction..."
Chomping down on his thumb he stared blankly at the youth, secretly seething beneath his calm facade. He HAD looked over everything more than any normal person should. he'd spent endless days awake and watching the videotapes. He'd put more time and effort into the investigation than ANYONE did, and he wasn't going to be insulted...even if it had been unintentional.
Slowly getting to his feet he searched the pockets of his jeans for his cell phone, and upon finding it he held it tightly in his free hand.
"Perhaps we should go out and do something, Light-kun. It would be best for the two of us to attempt to calm ourselves. Today has been a stressful day. If you'd like, I'll call in for reservations at a restaurant of your choice."
Sliding his eyes over the detective's form he seemed to fall into a 'bout of thought. How far could he push L? Hmmm...
"Have you ever been clubbing, Ryuzaki?" He asked, his head tilting to one side.