I said the copyright every chapter so do I have to say it again? NO! You should know it by now with 21 chapters.
I hope you like this, sorry for it being short. There wasn't much I could think of putting in here without getting into another story. I am planning of doing a sequel, so keep an eye out for it. I will probably send a AN for in this story saying when I have it started it.
And sorry for the wait…
Here is a question for you people. Why would a ex lie to you when he has nothing to lose by telling you the truth? the answer they are stupid!!!!
Sorry but men sucks!!!!!!
Meant to get this out over a week ago, but the internet I was stealing wasn't working so I couldn't upload it. Haha.
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The tournament had been finished for a week days now, and the winner asked for something stupid and small. He asked for free food for a year…you can guess who. Haha.
Everything calmed down after some time, well everyone calmed after a few days when Naruto was awake and everything was explained. That, however, didn't mean that everything was right and happy. For example, many people were upset, to say the less, that Naruto decided to give the Uchiha another chance. In addition to that, Naruto was unhappy with how the situation turned out. She may had found out who her father was, but many more questions were revealed. Why did Minato's teammates turn on him? Why did they attack her? What did they have against her father? Did her father really do something to them? …She wanted to learn more about her father, but there was only so much anyone could tell her about her father.
In the end, she was confused and unsure of the world around her, and until she cleared up all the questions she had, she would never be truly happy…Sure, she could be happy in some sense with her friends, but how could she be happy if she was unsure about where she came from? There were so many questions she wished she could ask her father.
The situation left her thinking, which brought her to her favorite spot, the Yondaime Hokage's stone head. Her eyes scanned the village with no idea what she was looking for. Maybe she was looking for herself. She knew more about her father, but there was so much more in the shadows. His old teammates brought so many questions to the surface and she wanted the answers. She needed answers.
It was a rather hot day and there was no clouds in the sky. The sun beat down on her, but she didn't seem to mind it. Her cerulean eyes were somewhat blinded from the sun, but by the way she looked at the village, it didn't seem like it did.
All of Naruto's physical scars and injuries were healed, but that was the extent of her healing. Besides the many questions in her head, she relived everything that happened to her in the last month. Not only did she have nightmares, but even her day dreams and thoughts were haunted. There were times that the mental scars left her, but they didn't stay gone for long. Then again, it would take a long time before she would be able to look pass it. There were some people who could take her mind off her problems for sometime.
Naruto hugged her knees, reliving everything. She was so involved in her memories that she didn't notice a shadow come upon her. She, however, didn't jump when she felt a hand on her shoulder. She glanced up. "Hey," she smiled.
Sasuke sat down next to her, wrapping one arm around her. He place a kiss on her forehead and pulled her into his arms. "Hey," he responded. His arms surrounded her.
She looked into his eyes for a few seconds before looking back to the village. She let out a sigh. "I can't get it out of my head," she whispered.
He hugged her tighter, while he pulled her into his lap. He didn't have answers. He didn't know what to say to her. What could he say to make it all better for her? Everything will be better in time? No! He couldn't think of anything that didn't sound like something out of a cereal box. He didn't want to sound cheesy. Uchiha's weren't cheesy.
She pulled away from him slightly. "But what is going on with you?"
"Sounds like fun," Naruto stared. Sasuke was always up to nothing. He was the very meaning of boring sometimes. It drove her insane. He was okay with sitting and doing nothing, but she had to do something.
He did nothing but looked at her.
"Lets do something!" she grinned as she separated herself from the Uchiha.
"Hn," he moaned. He didn't want to find out what she had in mind. It wouldn't end to well. He was sure of that.
Tsunade stared at the papers on her desk, wanting so bad to throw her chair out the window and set the papers on fire…yea, she was one violence person. Some people would call her evil…her violence was close to that of being evil.
She took a big drink of sake, wishing she could go have some fun, but everyone had their eyes on her, watching her like a hawk. Everyone knew she would try to sneak off and they were all prepared to stop her if she did. She wasn't like Naruto, who could sneak away from anything.
I wonder how she is doing, the Hokage thought remembering the state that Naruto was brought back in. She had so many injuries that they wondered if she would ever recover. It took them forever to get the collar off the girl and they couldn't use chakra until they got it off. They also weren't sure about her mental state, not knowing what she went through. To make matters worse, when Naruto found out who her captors were, she was silence for days. No one knew what Naruto was thinking during that time. No one knew what she thought most of the time, which was something that worried Tsunade.
She hoped Naruto was at least open with Sasuke, even if she wanted to murder the man. She would have, but Naruto wouldn't let her. She didn't understand why. She also didn't know why Naruto was spending so much time with that man. He wasn't nothing but trouble. Something was going to happen between those two and it wasn't going to be good. She felt it.
She glared at the paperwork on her desk. "What is with all these paperwork?" she growled. She wanted to throw them up into the air and make a paper angel. Haha. That would be fun…if she didn't count the cleaning up part.
"If there wasn't paperwork, the village would be in trouble. Paperwork is what makes the world go round," a female voice answered.
Tsunade didn't have to look up to know who the voice came from. It was the council member from before. "Yes, I know, but I don't see why I have to waste my time on who gets to farm where," she commented. Her day was getting worse.
"You don't want a fight to break out," the council woman stated. She had a weird look on her face.
"Can I help you?" she asked. She was rather annoyed and it was rather noticeable.
"What is with the tone, young lady?" she mocked. The look on her face told Tsunade everything; her eyes told the Hokage that the council had won and they got what they wanted.
"I ask again, can I help you?" the Hokage snarled. Her temper was getting the best of her. She knew that it wasn't best to be this open with her anger, but she wasn't good with controlling it.
"Well, I don't see the problem. The threat against Naruto Namikaze is gone," the council woman commented. "In addition, Naruto and Sasuke make a great couple," she giggled…yea weird.
"I guess," Tsunade muttered. If you don't count the inside of the person. She knew the Uchiha was easy on the eyes, but that was where it stopped. His personality was horrible. I am going to hurt her if they keep calling her a Namikaze.
"However, I still see that the girl is going by her mother's name."
"Yea, she is. Is there a problem?" Tsunade glared.
"Not really," she lied. She headed to the door. "It would just be better if she did."
"Why would that be?" Tsunade felt her whole body shake. She wanted to jump across the table and ring the old hag's neck.
"She would be treated the way she should be and other things," she answered not wanting to explain herself too much.
"True, but she would be seen as only as the Yondaime Hokage's daughter and nothing else. They won't see her for who she is."
"And they see her now?" the lady eyed her.
Tsunade found herself growling lightly as she watched the Council woman turn to the door. "She wants to get there on her own."
"Some things are impossible to achieve on her own," the old lady revealed as she left the steaming Hokage alone in her office.
In the back of her mind, Tsunade couldn't help but agree. It had been years since Naruto have been Ninja, and she had done many things to help this village, but yet the village still treat her like an outcast.
She closed her eyes and rested her head on the desk.
"What happened now?"
Tsunade slowly looked up to get a look at the intruder. "The imbecilic council!" she snarled. Her nails were deep embedded into her skin.
"Calm down," Jiraiya ordered.
"Why can't they leave well enough alone!"
"Um…because they like to bug you and I know why," he joked, but it wasn't without payback. Tsunade throw an empty bottle of Sake at his head. He was covered in broke glass and lacerations. "Geez, watch it!"
"Well watch your mouth!" she hollered back, while slamming her fist against the desk. No wonder he is a pervert…he can't get it anywhere else!
"I am trying to make you laugh…" He sighed. It is harder than it looks. "They are just trying to get under your skin. Trying to get to you to show you who has the control."
"Then don't fall for it. Just make them sweat like what they do to you."
"You speak like you have a plan," she eyed him.
"As a matter as fact I do. But it will take some time!" He smirked.
Naruto wanted to have some fun, but Sasuke turned everything down that she threw out at him. She was starting to get annoyed, which was present with the way she was standing. She narrowed her eyes at him as he lead her somewhere.
"Dobe, stop throwing a fit and follow me," he ordered. Sure, he loved her, but sometimes he felt like a was dating a child…
"Teme!" she hollered, throwing her fist up in the air.
"Well hurry up."
She picked up her speed a little bit, but she lost sight of Sasuke as he rounded a corner. He can't even wait for me? She folded her arm across her chest. "Stupid, Uchiha," she kept repeating over and over again.
When she 'locked' onto his chakra and followed him around some corners, she blinked a few times, trying to take it all in. There were flowers everywhere. Naruto couldn't tell you what kind of flower though. The flowers lined all the surfaces, even the table in the middle of the inclosed garden. Music fulled the garden, but she couldn't find where it was coming from.
There was a single white candle on the center of the table. In addition to that, there were serving plates on the table. Everything was so widely over done, but however, it was breath taking.
She didn't jump when arms surrounded her waist. She knew who it was. "Is this for me?" she asked turning around and placing her arms around his neck.
"Every last bit of it," Sasuke grinned. Tears fell from the blonde. "What is wrong?" he asked wiping the tears from her face.
"Nothing. There isn't anything wrong," she smiled. "No one have ever did anything like this for me." No one had ever paid this much energy on her. It made her feel warm inside. She felt special. How many girls get this kind of treatment? Not too many, especially from the stoic Uchiha. "I am happy," she cheered, kissing him.
"I am glad," he responded, leading her to the table. He pulled her into another kiss before sitting her down at the table. "I want to make you happy every day of your life."
Eyes watched the two lovebirds in the private garden. It made her sick to her stomach. She loved both of them, but together they made her sick. In her eyes, they didn't belong together. Sasuke belonged to her and no one else. She would get him back no matter what.
She pushed her hair behind her hair taking a closer look. She wanted to interrupt them right now, but that wouldn't help her at all. She would need to make a plan to get the man of her dreams.
Kakashi stared at the Memorial stone. His eyes focused on one name, that brought so much to the table. The answers that he needed laid with his Sensei. All the answers that Naruto needed was with her father. He wished he could turn back time and show her what she needed to see. Yea, he wished. Haha, time travel was so out there. It wasn't possible. That would solve a lot of problems, but at the same time, it would bring upon many more problems. Time travel wasn't worth the price (even if it was possible). Maybe or maybe not. No one would know until after the fact.
He kneed down to become shorter than the stone. He placed his hand on the stone, whispering something under his breath.
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And there more unanswered questions to be answered in the next season!