Hello :D.

Woah, after a long time, I finally wrote this chapter!xD I continued to re-write some things, so yeah.

Oh, before you proceed, has anyone of you guys read Twilight? Please tell me 'cause I want to discuss about it!:D And if you haven't read it yet, I really incourage you to do so!:D

'Kay, then.

"Prove what?"

Niou sighed. "Prove that Akaya deserves you better than me."

"Damn it, Niou. Can't you understand?! Akaya likes you not me!"

"And you'll leave it like that?"

"If it will make him happy, then yes, I will."

"I didn't know you were that romantic."

Marui just glared at the Trickster and left him inside the clubroom.

"Puri."

Akaya was all happy: all alone at home, playing with his new game for Play Station 3.

DING.

"Ugh, who can it be?!"

The Junior Ace opened the door and saw...

"Yo, brat."

Akaya blushed. "What are you doing here, Niou-senpai?" he asked, trying to hide his red face.

Niou threw a cassette at Akaya. "Do you have a player for this?"

"No one uses that anymore," mumbled Kirihara. "I guess my dad has a player…"

"That's good," with that, Niou left his kouhai.

As soon as Niou left, Akaya went upstairs and listened to the mysterious cassette Niou gave him.

"I'm going, Hiroshi, Marui."

"Marui-kun, I'll see you tomorrow." Said Yagyuu politely.

"Yeah, bye."

After a minute of silence…

"Marui." called Niou.

"What do you want?" asked Marui.

"Aww… Do you have your monthly visitor? You've been moody and quiet..."

No response.

"You're just coward, you know."

"What the…"

"You can't accept the fact that Akaya likes me better than you."

"What the fuck?"

"If you're a real man, you wouldn't just keep quiet or sulk in a corner."

"What the hell are you saying?! I'm not a coward nor I'm sulking!"

"Then prove it."

"Prove what?"

"Prove that Akaya deserves you better than me."

"Damn it, Niou. Can't you understand?! Akaya likes you not me!"

"And you'll leave it like that?"

"If it will make him happy, then yes, I will."

"I didn't know you were that romantic."

Akaya heard the rumor of the door and a 'Puri' before the cassette stopped playing.

"Marui-senpai…"

Marui was doing his homework. Heck, he tried to concentrate, but he still can't get off his head the scene of Akaya confessing to Niou.

"Stupid…" he murmured for who knows how many times this day.

Suddenly, his cell phone rang, meaning a new test message has arrived.

I'm really, really sorry, senpai.

"Damn it," Marui deleted the message. "When will he learn to send text messages the right person?!"

So, how was this chapter? I hope you liked ;o;

Uhm... if you have some ideas for the next chapter... don't forget to tell me, 'kay? 'Cause I kinda suck at romance and I'm afraid it would be OOC and cheesy, you know what I mean XD.