A/N: Okay, just to let you know, I'm throwing out the fact that Anko did not regain her memory of what had happened when Anko did not go with Orochimaru. In my little story, she remembered all events from the beginning. There was no memory loss or what not.
"You wanted to see me, Hokage?" Hisato asked as he stepped into Naruto's office.
"Have you gotten anything out of Mitarashi?" Naruto asked as he shifted some papers that were on his desk.
"All she has told was about being a genin under Orochimaru. She said that she will tell us more tomorrow."
"What kind of interrogator are you, Hisato?" Naruto asked as he banged his fist on his desk. "You are not supposed to agree to the terms of the prisoner. Not to mention, you can get inside of her head. That is why there are members of the Yamanaka clan on the interrogation squad. You are to get information as quickly as possible!"
Hisato's eyes narrowed for a moment but he quickly schooled his features. "We could have used one of the Yamanakas, but Mitarashi has an injury."
"What do you mean she has an injury? I doubt that she would inflict an injury on herself, so there is only one other way she could have received that injury." Naruto glared at the high ranking interrogator. "The injury had to have occurred under your supervision."
"She was not cooperating." Hisato replied, his voice calm. "She just needed a little incentive to talk."
"It would have been a damn strong incentive to get her to talk. What the hell did you do to her?" Naruto asked.
"Let's just say that the shock of the incentive was enough for her to talk."
"You realize that could kill someone her age." Naruto's voice was icy. "We need to keep her alive. We need to keep her healthy. I will be sending a healer to take care of her injuries."
"That is really not necessary, Hokage." Hisato started to protest. "She will eventually heal and then…"
Whatever else Hisato was going to say was cut off by Naruto standing up and saying, "Hisato, I barely tolerate you and your manners. In case you have forgotten, I am the Hokage, not you. What I say goes. You answer to me, and you obey me. You are not in a position to question my orders. I will consult with Sakura Haruno on who will be the best person to send to heal Mitarashi. I will let you know when the healer arrives here. You will come escort them to the prisoner so she can be healed. You will then escort them back here. Dismissed."
Naruto sat back down and went back to his paperwork. Hisato looked like he could not decide whether or not to be miffed, disgusted, or angry. Instead, he turned and stormed out of the office, anger finally taking precedence. The chunin that he ran into scattered as he stormed out of Hokage Tower.
Naruto stared after Hisato who he could hear storming down the steps. He raised an eyebrow and shook his head. He then he yelled for a chunin. The chunin came running in and said, "Yes, Hokage?"
"I need you to get Sakura Haruno and bring her here."
"Yes, Hokage." The chunin bowed and left Naruto's office and headed for the hospital.
Hisato went back to the ANBU interrogation headquarters. He grabbed two operatives and told them to go get Anko and bring her to the interrogation room immediately. The two ANBU quickly did as he was told. While they were gone, Hisato stormed to the interrogation room. How dare his Hokage accuse him of not being a good interrogator! No one was as good as Ibiki (name), but he was still damn good. He would prove to the world that he was made of stronger stuff than they thought. A few minutes later his thoughts were interrupted when Anko was hauled in.
She was trying to keep her emotions at bay but anger quickly took over. "What the hell is this about?"
Hisato ignored her question. "You will tell me more information about your time with Orochimaru."
"I'm not well enough to continue!" Anko said, her voice full of anger. "Or are you too occupied with trying to be the best that you do not care what happens to your prisoners?"
"The Hokage wants to know more information. I would prefer to not keep him waiting." Hisato replied. "You will now start talking or the deal is off."
"Did the Hokage tell you to say that? Or are you just trying to save your ass?" Anko all but sneered.
"No to both of those. Now start telling more of your story." Hisato said as he approached Anko.
She saw his fist clench up and bring it in front of her chest. She knew that if he punched her in the chest he could quite possibly kill her. She quickly opened her mouth and started to tell more of her story. Hisato gave a satisfied smile and prepared himself to listen.
Fifteen year old Anko was relaxing on a high branch of a tree. She had been a jonin for almost a year and had been taking on as many high ranking missions as possible. The pain that she had experienced when she received the curse mark had started to fade. The pain from losing her teammates had dulled. And if she thought about it, there really was not much pain from that. It was the other people who had died. Some of them had been nice to her. Of course they had been scared, but they had still been nice. But the worst part was that she felt betrayed by her sensei.
Anko sighed. She had been trying to keep all thoughts of her former sensei out of her head yet the thoughts always seemed to encroach upon her. She had thought that he would always be there for her and now he wasn't. She had really wanted him to be there for when she turned sixteen. She normally would not have made a big deal out of birthdays but it was a big milestone, especially for a ninja. So many had not made it as far as she had.
She sat up and jumped off the tree branch. She landed noiselessly on the ground. The one thing that she should have remembered, she had forgotten. Orochimaru had told her how to get in touch with him. Not to mention, she could always summon Manda to get information on Orochimaru. Anko hurried to her small apartment and pulled out a scroll that she had hidden away for five years.
She slowly opened the scroll and stared at it. All that were on it were a set of hand signs. There was also a seal for her to put her hand once the sequence of signs had been completed. Anko was having an internal debate. The yearning to see her sensei after so many years was strong even though she knew of his atrocious acts. Then there was also the fact that she had had a crush on him when she was younger. That crush had developed into something more after he had left and she had created her own version of her former sensei, which was actually close to reality. The thoughts of him had also come to dominate her fantasies. Anko bit back a groan and rolled the scroll back up before putting it back into the drawer. Out of sight, out of mine.
Two weeks later, Anko woke up in the middle of the night. In two days she would be sixteen and for some reason, Orochimaru had been preying on her mind. She was not the sentimental type or one to want someone to be there for her, but for some unexplained reason this was different. Not to mention, she was horny and wanted to be touched. However, most people were scared shitless of her because of who had been her sensei. The times when she needed someone, there was no one. Instead, she resorted to what had become her way of dealing with her desires: think about a man (in her case, Orochimaru), slide her hand into her panties, and touch herself. It was not her preferred way of doing things, but it was the only way at the moment. She finally reached orgasm and curled into a ball to try to get to sleep.
Two days later was her birthday. Anko woke up extremely irritated. She went through her morning routine of brushing her teeth, eating a quick breakfast, and getting dressed. She then went to Jonin headquarters to see if there was anything going on. She was told to go see the Third. She immediately headed over to Hokage Tower to see the Hokage. When she walked in, she immediately noticed the look on Sarutobi's face. He looked exhausted and as if the world was resting on his shoulders. "Hokage." Anko announced herself.
"Ah, Anko." Sarutobi greeted, his countenance brightening. He would be damned if those under him would see the pain he was experiencing. He had never expected to hold this position again, but here he was. He mentally shook his head. "I have a mission for you. This will be a solo mission as more than one person will attract attention." Anko nodded as her Hokage continued. "You will have to go to the northern part of Fire. There seems to be some movement of ninja that we need word on. We do not know if it is an uprising or an invading country." He gave her an apologetic smile. "While this would normally go to an ANBU, we currently have none that could go and be gone as long as this mission could take."
"How long will I be gone?" Anko asked.
"At least two months. We need as much information as possible." With that, Sarutobi dismissed Anko.
Anko bowed and left the office. She immediately headed to her small apartment to pack for her mission. After packing, she did nothing for the rest of the day. She would have preferred to have left the moment she had finished packing, but she wasn't supposed to leave until the next morning. Her mind kept drifting to the scroll that she had hidden and put from her mind. Finally night fell. She ate supper and got ready for bed. She went to bed earlier than usual that night. She managed to fall asleep after tossing and turning for a couple of hours. She woke up early the next morning and grabbed a quick breakfast. She headed to the gates of the village as the sky started to lighten. She signed out and headed for the trees. She was in for several days of travel and she wanted to get a head start.
Anko tiredly walked into a small village. She found a small place to stay while she monitored the movements of the unknown ninja. As she settled into her room, her mind kept straying to the scroll that had been left in her desk drawer. Her thoughts had been going to Orochimaru and were reluctant to leave. She sighed in exasperation. It was going to be a long mission.
Anko was annoyed. She had been trying to gain information for a month and she had made no progress. She was currently relaxing in a tree trying not to fall asleep. There was a slight breeze which was refreshing on the warm day. She felt herself being lulled to sleep until she felt a movement at the other end of the tree branch. Her eyes shot open and she barely managed to not fall to the forest floor below. Orochimaru stood before her. His eyes had a different glint than she remembered but that was okay. He was here. Then she remembered the mission. Standing up she said, "It's you isn't it. You are the one amassing the group of ninja."
"No welcome for your sensei? Anko, I taught you better than that." Orochimaru said as he walked toward her.
Anko backed against the tree trunk in slight fear. Her thoughts had definitely not prepared her for this. She looked at her former sensei who was steadily advancing on her. Without giving much thought, she jumped to the floor below where she would not have to worry about falling to her death. Instead of hitting the ground, she was caught in someone's arms. Anko gasped in shock as she looked up at Orochimaru. She did not realize what she was doing until she felt the contact. Her lips had met Orochimaru's and she was determined to not let go. What surprised her was the fact that Orochimaru was not resisting. He was actually encouraging her! Anko allowed Orochimaru to deepen the kiss. She parted her lips so he could taste her. She started to run her tongue against his. The effect he was having on her was not lost to Orochimaru. He could smell her essence as she became turned on. The kiss broke and Anko started to turn away. She was held in place and Orochimaru said, "It seems you have more to learn. We will begin your lessons immediately."
Anko let out a squeak of surprise as Orochimaru pulled her close and transported them away.