I'm ending this fic here. But there will be a second part because as I said, this is my favorite fanfic so far. I love Yui and Kurama together. Nothing outrageous here because I'm still establishing their relationship. There will be more drama, more flippy stuff, more mature scenes in the sequel. Unfortunately, I won't be putting that one up until next year. Need to at least finish some of my stories before the year ends. (I specifically need to sit down and write the last chapter of Serendipity.)
Michi:Yeah, I'm excited for the sequel too. :D If you look at it, almost all my fics last for two seasons. :) Thanks for reading and I'm glad you liked this fic. I'm thinking of putting up a Mistletoe Tale on Yui and Kurama but I can't decide how to go about it yet. Ahahahaha!
I've had fun writing this fic, too bad I didn't get much reviews. But this one's my 2009 favorite. Serendipity was my 2008 fave so I wish some of you'll get to read that one. It's more on Yui and Hotohori so the plot doesn't need to be established much. Thanks for reading!
Disclaimer:FY and YYH are not mine.
Kurama sat on the couch, trying his best to not get intimidated. Yui's father was sitting on the other end of the couch, reading a newspaper. The older man would sometimes look at him briefly and then turn his attention back on the paper. Kurama would smile his warmest but the man never returned it. He never thought Yui's father was such a stern man. He arranged his tie and coat. It was a good thing he decided to tie his hair in a ponytail, Yui's father doesn't seem too pleased that he looked beautiful.
He trailed some dark marks on the black couch. It wasn't so obvious unless one looked hard enough but even if he were blind, he knew where it was. It was a remembrance of the first time they made love in the same couch. Many more mind-blowing instances followed but it was the most memorable for him. Not only was it the first time they made love, it was also the first time he made love to her as a demon. The redhead smiled. He really loved that girl too much.
The door of Yui's room opened and she came out, wearing a white silken spaghetti strapped gown. Her hair was curled in big waves and a pearl headband was pulling everything in place. His breath caught. She was beautiful. She smiled at him and he stood up, heart beating faster at the sight of her. The older Hongou stood up as well and folded his newspaper. Her mother walked toward her father after helping Yui prepare inside the room.
"Be home at eight. You're both graduating tomorrow, don't forget," he said and Yui walked toward him and planted a kiss on his cheek.
"We'll be back early, Papa." She also planted a kiss on her mother's cheek and the woman smiled. "Thank you for helping me out, Mama."
"You're all grown up now, Yui…" the woman said. "One day, we'll be preparing for your wedding." Yui's father made a sound and her mother looked at Kurama, smiling. "Take care of my only child, Shuuichi-kun."
Kurama reached for her and she took his hand. Together, they walked out of the small apartment. He laced their hands together and he felt warm all over. She leaned on his shoulder slightly as they walked and silence filled them. Their high school days were fast ending and they will be graduating tomorrow. But before that, they were attending Miaka and Taka's wedding. She's the bridesmaid and he was invited too. Miaka squealed when she told him about the relationship.
"We're graduating tomorrow," Kurama whispered, thinking of the same thing.
"I wish I could stay longer," Yui answered back. She was slated to fly off to America to pursue her medical studies right after the graduation ceremonies. The business went off smoothly and as what was originally planned, Yui enrolled in a prestigious Ivy League school to finish her med courses. The thought of not being with Kurama longer pained her.
"Don't be sad… We'll see each other soon," he said, smiling. He was pursuing business courses in Sodai, his dream school. "We already talked about this. If you go sad now, I might change my mind and study with you in America."
Yui laughed lightly. He wanted to study with her in America but his family was pushing him back. He can't leave Kokoda and Shiori, although his stepfather was very willing to send him to Wharton. In the end, they both decided it would be best if they separate for awhile as they pursue their dream careers. To prepare us for the future, he said. She cried afterwards but she realized he has a point. They were, after all, too young to settle down like Miaka and Taka.
"I'll be back soon. And I'll get you a very nice present when I get back," she said. "We can leave the reception early. I want to spend more time with you, Kurama-chan."
Kurama laughed. "I was thinking of the same thing. Let's just finish the ceremony and run off somewhere." Before they entered the car, he wrapped his arm around her waist and pulled her up to a kiss. "I've been dying to do that since you walked out of the room." He kissed her again, slowly. "Can't wait for the ceremony to end."
He started the engine and in a few minutes, they were standing at the church where Miaka and Taka will say their vows. The two got married earlier in a traditional Japanese ceremony and was sealing everything with a Western wedding. It was Miaka's dream to wear a white long gown. The march started a few minutes after and instead of sitting on the bench with the other bridesmaids, she took the seat beside Kurama at the back end of the church. He immediately laced their hands together and listened at the ceremony. The couple was looking at each other dreamily in the altar and Yui was happy for them.
"Do you, Sukunami Taka, take Yuuki Miaka to be your lawfully wedded wife, in richer and in poorer, in sickness and in health, till death do you part?" the priest asked.
"I do," Kurama whispered in her ear and she blushed. She turned to him and he smiled. "I'll never let Hongou Yui go and will love her till the end of my days and in my next lifetime." Her heart beat wildly and she tried to smile.
"Do you, Yuuki Miaka, take Sukunami Taka to be your lawfully wedded wife, in richer and in poorer, in sickness and in health, till death do you part?" the priest asked again.
"It's your turn," Kurama told her softly and she laughed lightly.
"I do," she whispered, looking at his green eyes intently. "I love you Minamino Shuuichi—Kurama."
She was about to say more when Kurama gently leaned down to kiss her, still strongly holding her hand. The kiss ended too soon and Yui frowned when they parted. The redhead laughed lightly and smiled at her beautiful girlfriend.
"Should we run off now?" he asked and she flushed, slowly nodding. They silently stood up, walking out of the church. He carried her as they walked down the stairs and she accidentally dropped the bouquet. He pulled her to a breathtaking kiss once they entered the car. It was still a little after four in the afternoon, they have more time before eight.
"Where are we going?"
"Father gave me a quaint little house by the hill 30-minutes from here as a graduation gift. It overlooks Tokyo bay and Shinjuku district. Should we spend our honeymoon there?" he asked, heart beating wildly.
She nodded and happiness filled him. He couldn't wait to pull her into his arms and make love to her. The last before she leave and the last as boyfriends-girlfriends. Because once she comes back, Kurama will propose and marry her before she leaves again.
A/N:I hope you like this fic! Please do drop reviews! Thanks a lot!