Disclaimer: Me no own. You no sue.
A.N.: Did the dialog flow alright with the narrative? I'm really worried about this. Is the rating too low?
Sitting on the couch beside Mamoru-san, Haruka was immensely distracted by his presence. All she could think of was the heat he gave off, the sound of his breath, his unique scent. It had taken her almost a year to be fully comfortable with physical contact between them. Five years later she had again grown distinctly uncomfortable for entirely different reasons. Haruka was eighteen, legal age, and her self-control was quickly running out.
Impatiently Haruka decided that she'd waited more than long enough for the swordsman to take the lead. Gathering her courage she turned to Mamoru and looked into his eyes. Reaching out a hand she urged his face towards hers, exerting gentle pressure on the back of his neck.
"Come here Mamoru-san," Haruka said, beseeching.
"What is it?" he asked with a smirk, halting his forward movement.
"I want you," the teen confessed breathily, biting her lip and glancing away.
"Are you sure you're old enough? You can't even tell me what you really want. You're too embarrassed to say the words," he replied with a mockingly skeptical expression.
"I want to make love with you, Mamoru. The first time with the extreme gentleness I know you're capable of. I want to learn to please you with my hands and mouth. Later I want you to explore my body savoring slowly, then I want to feel you inside me, fucking me hard and fast. I want you to take me from behind whispering confessions, tender and dirty, into my ear," she responded, locking her gaze with his.
"Finally decided to stop calling me Mamoru-san?" the swordsman asked rhetorically.
With a little surprise in his eyes, but his mouth fixed in an arrogant grin, Mamoru leaned in to initiate their first kiss.
A.N.: So my two longer story ideas for UUDUP has turned into nine ideas plus a second installment of "Start to Finish" (please look for it!)…heh. Rabid plot bunnies! It's the manga author's fault for not including enough character interaction.