Mimiko groaned, moving around Kotaro and grabbing at papers. The young vampire was staying with her because his brother had to go do 'errands'. The blonde was ruining her paperwork much like a tornado ruins a trailer park.

"Agh! Sit still!" The brunette snapped the third time the papers ended up on the floor. Kotaro pouted, crossing his arms and turning away from her.

"Aw, you're no fun Mimi!" He cried, kicking his legs in the air and glaring at her with his glacier blue eyes. Mimiko sighed, and lowered herself into her chair, casting the blonde a tiresome look. This kid was going to run her into the ground. Thankfully, the door opened before she could snap. "Hi brother!" Kotaro cried, waving to the older vampire. Jiro smiled at his brother, putting one gloved hand on his head.

"Sorry for the inconvenience, Mimiko. I trust he wasn't a disturbance." The last line was delivered threateningly to Kotaro. Mimiko waved her hand and tried to get back to her paperwork.

"He was fine, just sat there and sang." She said with a smile. A troubled expression came across the raven's face suddenly.

"Indecently, I have one more favor to ask of you," He waited until she gave a signal for him to continue. "Um, this is embarrassing. I haven't eaten in forever." She looked up, her brown eyes flashing worry for a second.

"Are you suggesting drinking my blood? I didn't know you even drank blood." She asked in a confused voice. The vampire let out a small laugh and rubbed the back of his neck.

"Normally I don't, but today I find myself in horrible need for sustenance." He gave her a soft smile. Mimiko thought for a second, weighing the possibilities out. He wasn't a Kowloon child, so there was no risk of her being changed into a vampire. With a quiet sigh, she stood up and moved closer to him, pulling her hair away from her neck.

"Alright, I'll let you this one time." He grinned and put one hand on her shoulder.

"This might hurt a little bit. I'm sorry if it does." He warned, leaning down closer. With a frightened squeak, Mimiko closed her eyes tightly. Instead of the sharp pain she was expecting, she felt soft lips press against her own. "I can't believe you fell for that." Jiro said softly, smiling at her as they broke apart. With a huff, Mimiko pushed away from him, turning around and crossing her arms.

"I can't believe you would do that!" She snapped, her voice cracking slightly. Jiro frowned, not understanding why she was so upset.

"Mimiko," He said softly, lightly grabbing her shoulder and turning her around. "Why are you-" He was cut off by her arms around his neck. She pulled him down and crashed their lips together, moving her body closer to him. When they pulled away, he saw she was smiling. With a chuckle, she pulled herself back up so their lips were almost touching. Both of them ignored Kotaro's taunting.

"I can't believe you fell for that." She said before kissing him once more.