The girl from Shinjuku

A/N: I am in desperate need of constructive reviews. If you don't it's cool. I just always seek opportunities to improve my writing.

In case you haven't noticed this story features Kyoya and an OC ^,^

"There is no way I'm letting you be the primary." Aunt Emma declared rather loudly. Ayaka scowled.

"I can so be the primary watch me!" Ayaka declared confidently.

"Ayaka, listen to me. It's not easy and your going to get hurt. Your not ready to be primary and you know it." Emma said taking a vile of glass shards out of her purse. Ayaka threw her fork on the plate.

"Your such a bitch." Ayaka mumbled pushing her hair back, as her aunt sprinkled the glass around her food. She quickly stowed the vial back in her bag.

"Oh my goodness!" She exclaimed catching the attention of the restaurant manager.

"Oh God, Auntie Em, are you alright?" Ayaka exclaimed reaching out to her aunt.

"Is everything alright ladies?" The manager asked looking to the older woman.

"What kind of incompetent people do you have working in that kitchen. I went to take a bite and there's glass. Look!" Aunt Emma exclaimed as the manager went wide eyed.

"Oh goodness, I'm so sorry. Of course your dinner's are complementary. A bottle of wine perhaps?" The manager asked bowing.

"Are you sure its not poisoned? I think we will pass on the wine." Emma said turning her nose up. Aunt Emma then stood up. And wrapped her stole around her. Ayaka followed her.

"Come dear, were leaving?" Aunt Emma said walking out. The car pulled around and the pair got in. Ayaka went to open her mouth.

"I don't want to hear another word about you being primary, that's final." Aunt Emma said turning her head away from her niece.


Ayaka sat alone in the cafe' eating slowly. She glanced toward the doors to see the host club walking in together. She then got an idea. A wonderful, farfetched, crazy idea. An hour later she finished her lunch and gathered her belongings. Making her way to Music Room number 3. She took a deep breath and opened the door.

"Welcome to the Host Club." They said in unison. Ayaka kept her smile and took a deep breath as she stepped into the room.

"It seems that a lost princess has wandered into our land." Tamaki said in a whimsical tone as he took her hand. Ayaka smiled and blushed putting her other hand to her mouth.

"Oh Tamaki, your so charming as always. Such a shameless flatterer you are." Ayaka smiled as she moved into the room. Kyoya looked up from his laptop near the window catching her eye. She blinked and sat at a table with another girl. Ayaka served herself some tea and sipped on it as she observed the different personalities gracing the room. Tamaki who was romantic ans whimsical but seemingly quite taken with Haruhi. Hikaru and Karou who were mischievous and funny but taken with each other. Honey who was sweet as the strawberry cake he loved so but lacking in height and maturity. Then Mori who defiantly screamed tall dark and handsome, but was way to quiet. Then she looked to Kyoya. Who was smart, mature and cool, but a bit of a work-a-holic.

She thought about it some more, while finishing her cup of tea. She then stood up and walked over to Kyoya.

"Is it alright if I sit with you for a while?" Ayaka with her hands behind her back. Kyoya looked up at her with a gracious smile.

"Of course." He said typing something on his laptop.

"We never get much of a chance to talk outside of class. This is a nice change." Ayaka smiled with her hands folded in her lap. Kyoya closed his laptop and put it in his bag. He then stood and brought over a porcelain and silver tea set.

"I agree. It is nice to talk to a familiar face once in a while." Kyoya said setting it on the table. He poured Ayaka a cup of tea, then himself.

"So Miss Takahashi please, tell me more about yourself?" Kyoya said sipping on his tea. Ayaka smiled and blushed as she looked at her hands.

"Well..." She paused.

"I'm afraid I'm not very good at talking about myself, I am much more interested in your back story Mr. Ootori." She said slyly glancing at him over her tea cup.

"Ah well, that isn't much of a story, at all. My father is head of the Ootori group. His company specializes in the medical field. I am the youngest of three siblings." Kyoya looked at her, and the way the afternoon sun caught the strawberry red strands of her hair. Her green eyes were soft and full of vibrant energy.

"Do you have any siblings, Miss Takahashi?" Kyoya asked.

"I have none. I would have liked to have a little sister, but my parents... " She trailed off looking out the window for a moment then back to Kyoya.

"My parents are no longer with me." She said quietly.

"I'm sorry to hear that." He said placing his hand on hers. She smiled.

"Don't be sorry, where ever they are. I know they still love me and watch over me." Ayaka smiled looking into his smoldering eyes.

"Where about do you stay?" Kyoya asked again sipping at his tea.

"Just outside of Tokyo, in Shinjuku. I won't find you on my doorstep this evening bearing gifts will I?" Ayaka joked with a tiny laugh. Kyoya laughed as well.

"No, nothing like that." He said quietly.

"It sure looks like Kyo-chan is enjoying Miss Takahasi's company" Hunny noticed shoveling another bite of cake into his mouth. Mori nodded.

"I'm surprised he stopped working long enough to talk to her. He's always glued to his laptop." Haruhi said from beside Tamaki.

"How much do you wanna bet his family has business relations with hers?" Karou asked wrapping his arm around Hikaru's neck. Hikaru wound his around Karou's back.

"I'll bet that's what it is." He agreed with his twin. Tamaki watched the two smile and talk together for a while. It was nice to see Kyoya having fun for a change.

Kyoya and Ayaka were lost in their conversation as the sun began to set in the sky. The host club had already cleaned up the club room and were about ready to leave.

"Hey Kyoya now you be sure to act as a gentleman and make sure our young princess gets home safely." Tamaki said heading for the door. Kyoya looked at his watch.

"Is it that time already?" He asked looking out the window. Ayaka looked out as well.

"Time flies, when your having a wonderful time." She said finishing her tea. Kyoya stood up and extended his hand to her.

"Well then I believe I should see you safely home, by now everyone would have left the school." Kyoya said as she took his hand.

"You really don't have to, Mr. Ootori. My aunt will send a car for me." Ayaka said as he picked up their bags.

"Non-sense. It's my job as a gentleman." He said as she held onto his arm and let him escort her out of the club room.


Kyoya's car pulled into the round about, and they both got out. He walked her to her doorstep. A butler opened the door for her and Ayaka was about to step in when she heard her aunt.

"Ayaka, where have you been? I've been so worried." Aunt Emma asked taking her Niece's hands. Kyoya smiled as she turned pale then light red.

"I apologize Ma'am. Ayaka and I have been talking and we lost track of the time. I naturally felt it best to bring her home myself." Kyoya said bowing slightly to Ayaka's aunt.

"Oh? Well I thank you very much for seeing her safely home Mr. Ootori." Emma said inclining her head to his bow.

"It was no problem at all Ma'am. Miss Ayaka, goodnight and I hope we can have another chat soon." Kyoya smiled heading back to his car. Ayaka walked into the house and smiled at her Aunt.

"What is that smile for Ayaka?" Emma asked her Niece.

"It's nothing. Nothing at all." Ayaka said heading toward the kitchen.

"Ayaka I know what your doing. It's too dangerous." Emma said following her on her heels.

"For once, I am not listening to you, dearest aunt." She said sitting at a small table. Emma sat with her.

"I wish you would listen. Do you actually intend on going through with this?" Aunt Emma asked in a slightly worried tone. Ayaka smiled.

"Yes I do. With or without your permission." Ayaka said looking her aunt in the eyes.

"Then dearest, I beseech you to find another... Any other. " Emma said taking Ayaka's hand.

"No, I've made my decision. I'm going to take Kyoya Ootori for everything I can get. How long do you think we would have lasted riding on the last of my parent's finances? Do you really want to loose your way of life?" Ayaka asked getting upset. Emma realized there was no fighting or talking her niece down on this one. She sighed in defeat.

"Do as you wish then." Emma said lowering her head. Ayaka smiled at her.

"I will, Don't worry about that." Ayaka said standing, and walking off to her room.