Alright, this is THE actual final chapter now. Enjoy. :)

Warning: Lemon + Extremely long chapter. lmfao.

Disclaimer: I don't own Naruto.


"Ino, be careful with the hair!" Sakura barked, pressing a hand to the place where Ino had not been so gentle. "Jeez, you're ripping them off." She went on, sighing. Her friend smiled innocently, shrugging as if she hadn't done anything wrong. "Sorry forehead, just trying to do my job." The grin on her lips did not help to brighten the mood of the soon-to-be-Uchiha, who was almost a hair away from officially exploding. "Just be a little more gentle okay? You know I'm sensitive with the hair. God, every hair you pluck out hurts like hell."

The blue eyed girl laughed. "Come on, Sakura, relax! You're getting a little too tense here! It's not like you're giving up your life. You're just getting married to the man you've been in love with for so many freaking years." She threw a look over her shoulder to the lavender eyed woman whom was carefully arranging the bride's bouquet. Hinata smiled lightly in return, nodding in approval. "There's nothing to worry about, Sakura-chan. You're not giving anything up. At least, nothing else than your last name." She gently stood from the bed and placed the bouquet on the sheets before she walked over to her best friends, smiling tenderly. "If you're afraid about the wedding and if things are going to go well, you shouldn't, Sakura-chan. Sasuke and Naruto, and everyone else are making sure everything is perfect."

Sakura glanced back at them and smiled faintly, before she looked back to her reflection, her eyebrows scrunching down. "It just feels like I'm giving up my whole life. Feels like I'm closing the door to my past." She murmured, brushing a lock of pink hair out of her face. Ino and Hinata looked at each other and smiled, and both grabbed one of Sakura's arms and gently helped her stand up from the chair she was sitting on. "You're not giving up anything. You're just finally getting the thing you've always wanted." Ino reassured, turning Sakura to face the mirror. "Look at you, Sakura. You're so beautiful, so pretty. So grown up." she took a step back, smiling when her best friend smoothed down her wedding dress, her intent and observant gaze directed to her own reflection.

Sakura took a good look at herself, frowning for the first few seconds, before her face finally brightened. She watched the way the strapless white dress hugged her curves perfectly, defining her already perfect figure even more. It was a little tighter on her upper body, but complimented her chest size and petite waist flawlessly. The dress hugged the curves of her hips faultlessly, but started flowing down nicely at her mid thigh, streaming down her legs marvelously until the tip of the dress touched the ground. The dress itself was so beautiful on Sakura, but her finely pulled up hair, her striking heels and her cute jewelry made her look all the more tremendous.

Her hair was pulled up in a neat and tight bun, but Ino had added a bit of a fresh style by letting a few bangs fall fabulously at the side of her face, and by messing up her hair around the bun, making it look cluttered but completely stunning. It was amazing she was able to pull up her hair and make it look so fantastic, seeing as they hadn't grown out too long. Her heels were just as white as her dress, and very sophisticated. The only thing that permitted the shoes to stay on were the simple band across the top of her toes, and the ribbons twisting and binding around her leg. She had a pair of pretty and very simple emerald earrings hanging from her ears, and a silver chain hung around her neck. Near her chest, the symbol of her beloved's clan hung.

A hand touched her forearm, and Sakura smiled warmly this time, turning around to attack her two best friends in a large hug. "Thank you so much guys. I don't know what I'd do without you." She whispered, tightening her hug. Hinata and Ino returned the hug, but a laugh erupted from all their lips as another figure joined the hug, almost tackling them. "Don't forget me!" TenTen chirped, laughing.

"Hey, I want to hug Sakura too!" Another voice whined.

They separated from their hug and laughed at the sight of a pouting, handsomely dressed Naruto with a drop dead adorable Kiseki in his arms. But the pout did not stay long as Naruto saw how completely stunning Sakura was. His jaw dropped slightly in awe, and his eyes became very fond and soft. "Wow, Sakura-chan. You look absolutely… wow." His voice was soft and so stunned, it was adorable coming from him. So Sakura laughed and trotted up to him, throwing her arms around him, all the while being carefully not to crush Kiseki in their hug.

As they broke from their hug, Sakura turned her attention towards her almost three months old son, and she giggled. Kiseki was staring at her with the same happy emerald eyes that she possessed, and was looking rather particularly happy and giddy as he looked at his mother. "Kiseki! Kami, I missed you so much, my little boy!" She exclaimed, taking him from Naruto's arms. She hugged him gently to her chest, kissing his tiny head. "It's so weird to have you gone from our house." She whispered, pulling the baby away carefully to look at his gleeful face.

"Sakura-chan, not that I want to make it seem like I'm running away, but I have to go. I promised the teme I'd come back in only a few minutes. Just enough to pay you a visit." He took a good look at her again. "But seriously Sakura-chan, you look amazing. If I didn't have Hinata-chan, I'd be jealous of the teme!" He laughed lightly at his last few words, and Hinata giggled, as well as the others. He smiled warmly then, and then embraced her tightly, taking back her son in his arms.

"The teme wanted to see you, but I told him it was 'bad luck to see the bride in her dress before the wedding'. He doesn't believe me, and he still wants to see you. God, Sakura, you can't even believe how excited the teme is to finally marry you." He grinned as he saw her eyes softening. "Of course, he doesn't show his glee and happiness, but I know him like the back of my hand! He's almost exploding with so much adrenaline and excitement! He's so happy." Sakura laughed lightly, and then nodded. "Well, I'd rather keep him a surprise." She pushed on his shoulder gently. "Now go and give him back his son, I know how much he would love to have him back as well. You wouldn't even believe how much he loves Kiseki."

But Naruto didn't part without saying words that made her heart smile. "Of course he loves Kiseki. But not as much as he loves you. He'll never love anything or anyone more than he loves you."

And then he was gone, leaving Sakura to blush lightly, and leaving the others to awe in completely glee to his words. But then Ino snapped back into her 'lets-prepare-the-bride' mood, and she sat her down again. "Time for make-up, forehead!"

Sakura simply smiled.


"Sasuke-teme!"

Sasuke stopped talking to the photographer abruptly, a little surprised, but then excused himself and turned to join the knuckleheaded ninja who had called his name. His eyes flickered down to the little boy that Naruto held in his arms, and his eyes immediately softened at the sight. Naruto didn't even need Sasuke to ask him to pass the baby, he just simply already knew he would want to hold him. So, Naruto handed him the baby, grinning as Sasuke carefully cradled his son, still looking quiet but now seemingly fond instead of cold or monotone. Sasuke raised his head to look at his best friend, and he stared quietly for a while. "How is she?" He finally asked.

Naruto grinned. "Teme, if only you'd see her, really. She's glowing, stunning, and freaking amazing. I'm almost positive you'd just want to bang her at the first sight of her, really." Sasuke huffed an amused breath, and turned his attention back to Kiseki, giving his fingers for the young Uchiha to play with. "…and what about my suggestion?" He asked quietly. Naruto shrugged, frowning lightly. "Sorry Sasuke, she says she wants you to wait. She wants to surprise you." The words that passed the lips of his best friend made him frown, and he scowled, clearly unpleased, which made Naruto laugh. "Hey, relax buddy! You'll see her in two hours."

It was quiet again, and Naruto's eyes widened when he saw the lips of his raven haired best friend twitch up in a small but genuine smile. It was rare for Sasuke to smile in public like this, but here he was, freaking smiling in front of chatting guests. But then he, himself, couldn't help but to smile as Sasuke spoke again. "Sakura will be my wife in two hours. We're getting married."

If Naruto would've been a girl, he would have most definitely squealed.

"Yeah. Man, this whole thing make me feel so old." Naruto snorted, laughing lightly when Sasuke gave him a clueless stare. "I mean, you know, it seems just like yesterday we were genins, on the same team and doing stupid D-rank missions. But you're getting freaking married to Sakura-chan. And it's like, so weird in the same time saying this because you are like my brother, and Sakura-chan is my sister." He exclaimed, looking utterly baffled for a moment. Sasuke raised an eyebrow, "So? How does that make it weird?" He asked, scoffing. Naruto gave him an 'are-you-kidding-me' look, but seeing the glare that he gave him in return, he sighed. "Sasuke, I told you. Sakura is like my sister and you are like my brother. You guys are getting freaking married." He explained slowly, making Sasuke frown because he felt like a dumb retarded kid being explained something simple.

But seeing as the other man still didn't seem to get it, Naruto sighed exasperatedly.

"One word for you teme: Incest."


They're sitting on a hill of pure, perfect, green grass, simply enjoying the presence of one another. Neither has spoken ever since they sat down because they know they don't really need to. Sasuke had simply sat himself first, and Sakura settled herself between his legs, her head propped against his firm chest, one of her hands propped against his leg while the other was lying flat on her stomach. His arms were around her shoulders, and he was holding her from behind, with his chin propped against the top of her head.

They were watching the sunset together.

And even though other couples and kids were around, they seemed to be completely unaware of that. The only thing they saw was each other and the beautiful romantic scenery ahead of them. They knew they had to head back soon, although, since leaving Kiseki with Naruto wasn't exactly the most comforting thought to Sasuke.

His hand found Sakura's and she jumped lightly in surprise, but smiled, tilting her head further back on his chest as she gently intertwined their fingers. She could feel him rubbing the ring on her finger—the one he'd given her as an engagement ring. His lips pressed themselves against her temple, and Sakura smiled, unable to hold herself back from tilting her head upwards to look at him.

She smiled when he leaned down and captured her lips in a soft kiss, giving her hand a light squeeze before he parted, sighing contently as he tightened his grip on his lover.

"We should head back."

Sakura smiled and agreed.


She was fiddling with one of her locks, sitting at a desk, staring at herself in the mirror, as she reminisced the memories of herself and her soon-to-be husband. That one had occurred not long ago, but actually rather only a day after he had proposed to her. She remembered that they had left Kiseki in the hands of Naruto only for a few hours, since they wanted to do something together, without having to worry about the baby.

It was a magical moment, that afternoon. Watching the rays of the sun fade after a long while, watching as the colorful sky turned more multicolored with time, and then would eventually fade to a darker color when the sun would start disappearing completely. But the most magical of it all was just feeling him hold her so lovingly, and feeling the warmth of his love and protection radiating off on her.

She had loved it so much.

Knock. Knock.

Her head jerked back towards the direction of the door, and she frowned lightly.

Was it time already?

"Who is it?" She called softly, making her way to the door. It was only when her hand reached the doorknob that the person finally replied, in a voice that she was all too familiar with. One she heard every day. One she loved.

"It's me."

She didn't open the door. She simply let her hand fall from the doorknob, and sighed, leaning her back against the door. "Sasuke-kun, what are you doing here? It's almost time. You should be down there." She said softly, tilting her head back.

It was silent, for a little while, but she knew he was going to reply at some time.

"…I know. I just…" He paused, and she heard him sigh. "I had to see you." He finished quietly, his voice so low she almost hadn't heard him through the door. But Sakura smiled anyway, giggling. "Sasuke-kun, it's bad luck to see the bride in her dress before the wedding, you know?" She teasingly said, her smile growing when he growled in annoyance. "Sakura, you know I don't believe in those stupid superstitions. Now come on, open the door. I need to see you." The last part was spoken softly, in the tender tone she always loved to hear.

So she bit her lip, and put her hand on the doorknob, taking a deep breath before she finally opened it for him. At first sight, he looked almost miserable. Like a man who was deprived of something he's been wanting for a while, but had been held back against his will to get it. But when his eyes finally landed on her entire figure, she saw the change of pure shock and surprise, soon followed with emotions of fondness and admiration.

"You…" He trailed out, because the words died down in his throat. The more he looked at her, the more he found himself not able to talk. She was so breathtaking, so beautiful—she simply left him speechless. Kami, he couldn't even understand why seeing her like this didn't give him the urge to make love to her. No, no. As he saw her like this, he just had the urge to sweep her in his arms, kiss her, and hold her like there was no tomorrow. He was left in awe and wonder.

Sakura smiled gently, and it was at that moment that he couldn't resist to stay out of touch. He took a long stride and placed his hands on her small waist, his fingers brushing the silky texture of the dress, and then he looked up to her, his obsidian orbs meeting her emerald ones. "You look so beautiful, Sakura." He finally spoke, his voice quiet and soft. She smiled, and he almost had the urge to as well, upon seeing how truly happy and glowing she was.

He remembered Naruto's words ("Teme, if only you'd see her, really. She's glowing, stunning, and freaking amazing.") and he couldn't help but to agree more in his mind. He was so amazed out of his damn mind—Sakura was freaking breathtaking.

"What did you need to see me for, Sasuke-kun?" She asked gently, cupping his face. He held her gentle gaze and pressed his forehead down on hers, brushing his nose tenderly against her own. "I needed to see you, that's all." He replied, leaning in to brush her lips with his, only for her finger to press against his lips. "Ah, ah, Sasuke-kun. I don't want to ruin the make-up." She teased, giggling when he growled against her finger. "One." He said, bringing her closer.

Sakura shook her head. "No, Sasuke-kun!" She playfully resisted, trying to pull herself away. He sighed, and she smiled a bit, brushing her nose against his. "Come on, Sasuke-kun. You saw me. You should go, it's almost time. They must be wondering where you are." She whispered, locking her arms around his neck. He pressed his nose against her own again, "I just want to kiss you once. Only one kiss, Sakura." He whispered, bringing a hand up to cup her cheek, stroking her skin with the pad of his thumb. "One kiss. Only one." He murmured, leaning his mouth closer to hers.

Sakura didn't say anything in response, but instead her eyes slowly slipped shut, an action that Sasuke took as an 'okay.' Without wasting any more time, he leaned closer and brushed his lips against her own softly, slowly. He let his mouth linger on her own, registering the feel of her lips, and pulled back with what seemed to be an eternity.

Her watched as her eyes fluttered open slowly, her viridian pools dazed and completely stunned. "That was…" but before she could finish, he kissed her forehead, and murmured three words that left her breath hitching.

"I love you."


Naruto was fuming.

Naruto was freaking pissed.

'Where the hell is he?!' He angrily thought, burying his head in his hand. 'Shit, teme! The wedding is about to freaking start in a few minutes! You're already freaking late! Where the hell are you!?' But just as the last few words crossed his mind, Naruto felt a hand on his shoulder, and suddenly, he became aware of someone breathing heavily. He turned, knowing fully who it was, but could not quite manage to give his best friend a death glare as he took in the nervous expression on his face.

Instead, he smiled. "Oi, teme, it's starting." He simply said.

Sasuke nodded, and stared at Naruto for a while, as if hesitating to do something. Naruto smiled, as if knowing what his best friend was hesitating about, and he laughed a bit, taking the forearm of the man and roughly pulling him in a brotherly hug. Sasuke was frozen, tense as stone, but when Naruto pulled back and extending his arm, Sasuke finally relaxed. He smirked, taking his hand tightly, and Naruto grinned. "Maybe not ready for a hug yet, I guess. But good luck, teme."

Sasuke's smirk grew, but his eyes softened a bit. "Thank you, Naruto."

The grin on the said man's lips had faded in shock, and he loosened his grip on Sasuke's hand. "You called me by my name." Naruto stated. Sasuke scoffed. "Don't get used to it." And then he smirked one last time before saluting him and making his way to where he was supposed to be.

The priest shook his head lightly at the arrival of the groom, but shrugged when Sasuke gave him a glare. He fixed his tie, smirking lightly when his best man finally joined his side, looking cheerier than usual. Just as he was done fixing his tie, the music of the wedding march started, and every bone in Sasuke's body seemed to tense.

Everybody stood from their chair, and turned towards the back, facing the small arch where Sakura stood, still as beautiful and breathtaking as he'd seen her earlier, her arm slipped through their former sensei's, Kakashi Hatake. She was smiling, looking as though she was a glowing freakin angel, and she looked so happy that Sasuke felt he literally could not breathe anymore. His eyes were glued on her soft, overjoyed ones, and he could not see anything else than her.

Everybody in the room had disappeared. All he could see was this angel marching towards him.

Sakura.

Sakura, on her part, was nervous as hell. She did not know how she had managed to walk when her legs threatened to crumble under her. She was even surprised she hadn't tripped on grass, a rock, a root or even the air itself! Her heart was nearly thumping out of her ribcage, but her feelings of joy were literally overwhelming her to the point she almost felt like crying of joy.

And Sasuke…

He looked so handsome, so flawless. So unlike anything she thought she was. Sasuke was her absolute opposite, but that was what permitted him to complete her in every known aspect. They were the Yin and the Yang, the Fire and Water, the Darkness and the Light…

"Sakura." She heard someone speak, their voice deep, yet soft.

She looked up, meeting the joyful eyes of the silver haired man. His single visible eye shut happily, and Sakura could almost picture him smiling behind his mask. "It's time." He said softly, putting his hand on her the arm that was on top of his. Her eyes welled up with tears, and she murmured the name of her former teacher softly before she launched and hugged him tightly. He returned the embrace, being careful not to mess up her hair or her dress, and then when she pulled back, he wiped a single joyful tear away from her eyes. "No crying yet, Sakura." He chuckled, smiling behind his mask again. "Good luck. I wish the best of happiness for you." Sakura smiled at his words, and leaned in to kiss his cheek, before she giggled and turned her head back to the man waiting for her at the arch, his eyes soft and loving.

She breathed in deeply, and glanced back at Kakashi one last time before she smiled and looked at Sasuke, her smile growing fonder. She took the last long few strides she had to take to join her beloved, and as she took in the wonderful look he had given her as she faced him, her heart almost burst with pure joy.

The priest had started making his speech, but all she could look at was her beloved. She had never once turned to look at the priest, but she listened to the words he was saying, not wanting to get too lost into her own wedding. The time came when they had to exchange vows, and she could only watch his mouth move and hear the wonderful words he was saying, that captivating voice simply melting her heart.

"Haruno Sakura, today I become your husband and you become my wife. I will strive to give you the best of myself, while accepting you the way you are. Even when you are on your mad mood swings in outrageous pregnancy." She laughed lightly, which made him smirk a bit. "I promise to respect you as a whole person with your own interests, desires, and needs, and to realize that those are sometimes different and weird, but no less important than my own." He loved the way her eyes softened with each word he said. "I promise to keep myself open to you, to let you in to my innermost fears and feelings, secrets and dreams. I promise to grow along with you, to be willing to face change as we both change, keeping our relationship alive and exciting." He smirked at his last word, and the crowd laughed a bit, fully catching on to what he had meant by 'exciting'. "And finally, I promise to love you in good times and in bad, with all I have to give and all that I am, in the only way I know how—completely and forever." He finished, his voice soft, making the crowd smile and squeal a bit.

He sounded so wonderful, so lovely, so true. She was on the edge of crying out of pure joy, just looking at him while he was so tender.

"And I, Haruno Sakura, take you, Uchiha Sasuke , to be my husband, my partner in life and my one true love. I will cherish our union and love you more each day than I did the day before, as I have always done. I will trust you and respect you, laugh with you and cry with you, loving you faithfully through good times and bad, regardless of the obstacles we may face together." She smiled at him softly, watching as his eyes started glimmering with a feeling she had seen way too many times before. "Your beauty, heart, and mind inspire me to be the best person I can be. With kindness, unselfishness and trust, I will work by your side to create a wonderful life together. I give you my hand, my heart, and my love, from this day forward for as long as we both shall live." She finished softly.

"You may now exchange the rings." The priest announced, motioning to the blond haired man beside Sasuke. And then Naruto came in the picture, carrying a pillow with two rings on it. Sasuke smirked and thanked his best man quietly, taking the ring that was meant to be hers. He looked at her, and gently took her hand, his eyes softening as he slipped on the ring. She smiled, taking his ring, and then took his hand, slipping on his own wedding symbol.

The priest smiled, speaking aloud the words both Sakura and Sasuke had been dying to hear. "And I now pronounce you husband and wife. You may now kiss the bride."

Sasuke didn't waste a single second to do so. He grasped her gently by the waist and dipped down to press his lips against hers, smirking lightly when the crowd started cheering loudly, standing up from their seats, whistling and screaming. But the sounds died out when he felt her arms wrap themselves around his neck, returning his tender kiss with the same force.

And when they parted, Sakura smiled, her eyes dazed but threatening to spill with joyful tears. And then her newly wedded husband spoke words that would forever remain plastered in her heart.

"Welcome in my clan and family, Uchiha Sakura."


Let's get this

p a r t y

started!


Sakura had thought she would not have a daughter –father dance, since her dad had died long ago, when she was but a little girl. But she was surprised when the DJ announced that it was time for the daughter – father dance, and that she saw Kakashi standing in front of her, his hand outstretched.

Maybe her father had never really been there for her, but now that she thought about it, Kakashi always had been. Well, that is ever since she had been placed in Team 7. Kakashi was always there for her to protect her, listen to her, give her advice and help her improve her skills. He had always been there in her time of need—or at least almost always.

He had become like a father to her.

She realizes this as they are dancing to the song he has dedicated to her: Cinderella by Steven Curtis Chapman.

So I will dance with Cinderella
While she is here in my arms
'Cause I know something the prince never knew
Oh I will dance with Cinderella
I don't wanna miss even one song,
Cuz all too soon the clock will strike midnight
And she'll be gone

She was almost crying when the song ended, a few tears rolling down her cheeks because it felt so much like he was really a father letting go of his daughter. The dance—it felt so much like a goodbye.

But suddenly, the world of sadness she had felt moments before was swept away and replaced by pure happiness and bliss when Kakashi had passed her on to Sasuke, giving her one of his happy glances as he watched her expression when Sasuke placed a hand on her waist. He grabbed he petite, soft hand with his unoccupied large one, an action that made Sakura smile because his hand almost engulfed hers entirely.

And then the music began, and he started moving slowly, his eyes always locked onto her own and never glancing away. She was captivated, but she could not help but to listen to the song he had chosen for their first dance either.

what day is it
and in what month
this clock never seemed so alive
I can't keep up
and I can't back down
I've been losing so much time

No way! That song! She knew that song!

She looked at Sasuke, and he merely stared at her in return, his eyes amused but soft. She smiled, giggling, and then leaned her head on his chest, shutting her eyes to listen to the soft tune.

cause it's you and me and all of the people
with nothing to do
nothing to lose
and it's you and me and all of the people
and I don't know why
I can't keep my eyes off of you

She mouthed the words of the chorus, moving with her husband, smiling against his tux when she suddenly became aware of the soft thumping under her hand.

all of the things that I want to say
just aren't coming out right
I'm tripping inwards
you got my head spinning
I don't know where to go from here

cause it's you and me and all of the people
with nothing to do
nothing to prove
and it's you and me and all of the people
and I don't know why
I can't keep my eyes off of you

But before she even knew it, the song was coming to an end. She didn't mind, though, because she had all night to dance with him, and to cherish this day. There was still a lot of time left for them to dance, show their love to the others, as to themselves.

you and me and all of the people
with nothing to do
nothing to prove
and it's you and me and all of the people
and I don't know why
I can't keep my eyes off of you

what day is it
and in what month
this clock never seemed so alive

Her chin was being tipped, an action that made her smile, and she let the man turn her head upwards, her smile growing when a pair of warm lips pressed themselves against her own, the arm wound around her waist tightening its grip. Sakura slipped her hand out of Sasuke's grip before she buried both her hands in his hair, pulling his face closer, smiling when the invited guests started cheering and whistling again.

But then she laughed when another song started, bringing all of her friends, who weren't shy, at the dance floor, dancing, swinging, cheering and having their own share of fun. Sasuke still had his arms around her, but he was looking around as well, his lips twisted not in a smirk, but in an actual smile!

Their close friends had joined them soon, swarming around them and attacking them with hugs and cheers of congratulations. Sakura had been hugged to death more times than she could count, but Sasuke was in a less pleasing situation. The teasing seemed to be popular.

She smiled at Sasuke, struggled to his way to give him a quick kiss, before she waved and bid him goodbye ("For now, at least."). She had been dragged by her best friends afterwards, attacked with questions and squeals, even as they were dancing to their heart's content.

On the few slow songs that occurred, both would somehow find each other amidst the horde of people on the dance floor. Most of the times, it would always be Sasuke finding her, but their reunion would be quick. But as the time passed, they didn't only dance on slow songs. They became inseparable on the dance floor, dancing together, grinding, and even dirty (dertayyy) dancing.

"CAKE TIME!" The DJ called, grinning as he put the spotlight on both Sasuke and Sakura, the newly wed. "Come on up, the new Uchiha family!" He urged, his grin growing when Sakura laughed and took Sasuke by the hand, leading him to the big table where the cake was standing. Upon arriving, Sakura looked a bit surprised from the height of the cake. "This is huge, Sasuke-kun!" She murmured to him. He smirked lightly. "We have a lot of guests to feed." He simply stated.

And then he wrapped one arm around her and grasped her hand, leading it to the knife. Taking the hint, Sakura laughed and grabbed it, and she let him help her cut the cake. After the first piece was cut, the new bride took some whip cream from the cake and turned, quickly swiping her husband's nose with it. He looked a bit taken aback, but then he smirked as she placed some on her own. In an unexpected movement, he leaned down and licked the whip cream off her nose, making her blush cutely.

"KISS! KISS! KISS! KISS!"Naruto chanted, laughing when everybody else joined in.

Sasuke looked at his wife, and she smiled, shrugging lightly. "Well, the crowd wants what it wants." She whispered, placing a hand at the base of his neck. Sasuke smirked, and swooped down for the kill, claiming her lips sweetly at first, before she pulled his head closer and swept her tongue on his bottom lip.

The guests were going wild with whistles as the couple started a battle of tongues, but the couple didn't care. They were just in their own little world, kissing to their heart's content.


And then it

h

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(thehoneymoon.)


Sakura squeaked in utter surprise when Sasuke had teleported them in the house, in a certain room she could not recognize. She laughed lightly as he gently pushed her on the giant love bed, her dress tangling gently with the red sheets. He was looming over her, the smallest of smiled present on his lips as he looked down at his angel. One of his large hands cupped her face, stroking her cheek lightly, and she smiled when he pressed his body down to hers, elbows on each side of her head. He leaned in and kissed her slowly, tenderly, exhaling contently on her lips as she wrapped her arms around his neck and buried a hand in his hair, stroking his soft mane lovingly.

He traveled over to her neck, putting butterfly kisses on her skin, and let his hands wander down to her back to feel for the zipper of her dress. Sakura shut her eyes, tilting her head back, moaning quietly as he took his time to feel her skin, caressing, stroking as sensually as possible. But then something suddenly clicked to her.

"…Sasuke-kun?" She breathed, stroking his back gently to get him to pull him, which he did. He gazed at her questionably. "Hm? What is it, Sakura?" He asked, frowning. She looked around the room, her eyebrows raising in puzzlement, and Sasuke suddenly understood. He chuckled a bit, kissing her briefly, yet softly. "This is still the same room, Sakura. I just hired a few people to carry this in the moment you were out of sight of the house." He smirked a little when she pouted at him. "And why couldn't they put this in while I was there?" She asked in her childish voice.

He smirked again, capturing her lips in another kiss. "Because," He kissed her again, "You would have seen—" and another kiss, "—your other surprise." He finished, kissing her again. She returned his kiss, this time, shutting her eyes. "I love you." She murmured between a kiss. He stopped, for a moment, and then pulled away to look at her. She smiled, but didn't even give him the chance to speak up because she had pulled him in a rough kiss. "Make love to me, Sasuke-kun." She gasped in between kisses.

Everything went from fast to slow, to fast, to slow. He would sometimes take his time to kiss her and remove her dress, and then other times he'd become more rough and passionate, his hands working on her dress even faster. It wasn't really clear to her when the clothes came off or how much time had passed, but it was clear to her when he had pushed himself into her. She was almost puzzled as he looked down at her, which earned her an equivalent puzzled look coming from him. "What?" He questioned, his eyes digging deep within her confused ones.

"No teasing tonight?" She questioned, her voice cute and almost innocent, like she was a child whom was genuinely confused. Sasuke smiled, and pressed his forehead against her own. "Well, you seemed turned on enough already. Doesn't take much does it." He said smugly, smirking when she gasped and hit him playfully. "Jerk! I thought you'd want to take precious time tonight!" She watched as his smirk faded again, replaced by the familiar small smile he had a lot tonight. "We have all night. But right now, I need you." He kissed her again, gently, cupping her face with his large hands, "I love you so much, Sakura." He rasped out between a kiss, groaning as she moaned and rolled her hips onto his.

He didn't want foreplay. He just wanted her. Needed her.

He pushed in deeper, muffling her whimper of delight with his mouth again. Sasuke then used one hand to grab her right leg and lifted it around his waist, and Sakura immediately tightened her grip allowing him to sheathe himself completely inside her. He gasped in a harsh breath, and his hips bucked against hers, causing him to groan and Sakura to moan sporadically.

Sakura had been a little hesitant to make love, seeing as she wanted a bit of foreplay and teasing at first, and those sensual little touches they usually gave each other before they made love. But feeling him so sheathed within her, filling her in a way that left her mind blank, and her heart beating fast—she realized she didn't care anymore. She was exactly where she wanted to be.

He pulled back slightly, before he pushed himself back into her, slowly but hard. He never broke their kiss as he moved inside her, her velvety core tightening around him, causing him to groan in pleasure through her lips. Sasuke rode her slowly but hard, their heated kisses and whispers was all she heard as she was engulfed by the blissful feeling he was giving her. As he could feel her close to the edge, he broke the kiss to look into her eyes before he took her to the climax.

Onyx met emerald in a whirlwind of spellbound emotions. Their noses were touching at the tips, and his bangs tickled her cheeks as his rhythm and movements became quicker, rougher. His hold on her creamy white thighs tightened, and he was entranced by the way her firm breasts were moving from the force of their love making.

He brushed against hers as he moved even faster, his eyes burning into to hers. She wanted to keep their eye contact when they climaxed, Kami she wanted to so badly, but she was simply unable to keep her eyes open as the waves of sheer pleasure wracked through her body overwhelmingly. His name tumbled off her lips in a silent scream, and she arched her back, bringing Sasuke along with her as her wet core squeezed unbearably around him. Her own name fell off his lips in a groan of ecstasy, but as much as he tried, he couldn't hold back his body from falling onto hers.

Sakura squeaked at the additional weight, but Sasuke was not an idiot. He managed to find the strength to roll off of her, his arms wounding around her waist. "I love you, Sakura." He whispered in a raspy voice, his breath still uneven. Sakura smiled, and placed a light kiss on his lips, "I love you too, Sasuke-kun." She whispered back, pillowing her head on his chest.

"I was waiting for this, you know? For so long." She whispered, kissing his chest.

He gave her a light kiss, stroking her locks softly. But then he frowned. "Hey, where's Kiseki?"

Sakura laughed. "Well, Naruto decided he would do us the favor of keeping him for tonight." She stated, giggling. "They all love Kiseki."

Sasuke kissed the top of her head, breathing out quietly, and he shut his eyes for a moment, only to be completely surprised and taken off guard when he felt her crawl on his lap, running her hands up his chest sexily.

"Ready for round two?" She purred, grinning at him.

Uchiha Sakura was freaking amazing. It was no wonder he was in love with her.

Fin.


Holy freaking hell that took long to come out.

But I'm glad its out… :)

So.. this is the end. I don't really know if the ending was okay, though. xD

Erm, yay?

Yeah… No sequel, once again!