Ok This is a new story basically about my own personal yaoi version of little red riding hood. I'm not quite sure where the hell I got this idea from but here it is.

Rating: M for future lemons.

Onodera x Takano

Warnings Language and YAOI! BOY X BOY! MAN SEX! Don't like? WHAT ARE YOU DOING HERE! That is all.


Once upon a time, in a village on the edge of a great forest lived a little boy who loved his grandmother very much. As often as he could the boy would visit his grandother in her cottage at the center of the forest and listen as she recalled wonderous stories about adventure and magic. His favorite however was the one about the girl called little red riding hood. The boy loved this story so much that his grandmother gave him a red riding cloak that looked just like the one from the story, but with a small twist.

"This cloak is infused with real magic," his grandmother told him, "Wear it whenever you enter the forest and it will protect you from anyone who wishes you harm."

"Ok Grandmother," the little boy said and true to his word the boy wore it every time he went to visit his grandmother.

One day, the little boy was on his way to his grandmothers cottage when he saw some beautiful flowers blooming just off the path. Deciding to pick a few for his grandmother he left the path. Hours passed, and by the time the boy realized how late it had gotten it was dark with in the forest. Realizing his mistake the boy tried to find the path again but it was impossible in the dark forest.

Scared and lost the boy wrapped himself in his cloak and began to cry. Unaware of the predator watching him.

"Human." The boy's head snapped up at the sound of the human voice and gasped in shock at the man before him. He was tall with light brown eyes, black hair and pale skin. He looked almost human...except atop his head was a pair of black dog ears and behind him a black fluffy tail swished lazily.

"W-who are you?" the little boy whimpered, "W-what are you?"

"That's not important." The man said walking towards the boy. "Your grandmother is worried sick about you. She asked me to come find you."

"But who are-" the boy began but was cut off.

"I already told you that's not important." The man-dog thing said as he reached the boy and with out hesitation bent down and scooped up the boy bridal style

"H-Hey!" the boy yelled blushing violently, "P-put me down!"

"It's faster if I carry you." The man said, "Hold on."

The boy gasped when the man took off at a speed not humanly possible. It seemed only a second went by before he was gently lowered to the ground.

"Ritsu!" he heard a familiar voice call. He glanced around and could just barely spot his grandmothers cottage through a few tree's. His Grandmother was waiting at the door calling his name.

"Grandma." He whispered and was about to run to her but stopped and turned back to his rescuer. "Thank you. I don't know how I could ever repay you."

A smirk crossed the man's face and in a second he was before the boy grasping his face between his thumb and his for finger and hovering but inches from the boy's face. "Oh I'm sure someday you will but for now..." The next thing the boy knew soft lips where pressing into his own and a probing tongue swipe once across his lips, and then they where gone, along with the man who gave them.

Ritsu stared blushing at the place where the man disappeared. His lips tingling fom the man's contact. Who was that strange man, and why after a single kiss did he feel... happy?

"Onodera!" his grandmothers call snapped him out and with out further hesitation Ritsu turned and ran from the woods and into his grandmothers arms.

"Oh Ritsu I was so worried!" his grandmother cried hugging the boy to her.

"I'm sorry grandma." Ritsu replied, "I left the path to pick some flowers and got lost. I didn't mean to worry you."

"Well your just lucky you didn't run into the wolf." His grandmother cried.

"The wolf?" Ritsu asked pulling away from his grandmothers arms. "What wolf?"

"He lives in the forest." His grandmother began, "A great wolf with fur as black as night. He preys on travelers who loose their way in the night. This is why it is very important for you to never leave the path, for if he sets his sights on you. There is no escape."

The boy thought for a moment about the man with dog ears and tail and for a second thought that perhaps he was the wolf but then shook his head. It was impossible. Wolves can't turn into humans and humans can't turn into wolves.

"Promise me Onodera Ritsu that you will never leave the path again." His grandmother said, "The wolf can't touch you if your on the path. Promise me."

Ritsu looked into his grandmothers worried green eyes and nodded slowly. "I promise grandmother."

Ritsu's grandmother hugged him once again before quickly herding the boy inside her cottage. Ritsu glanced once more back into the forest where he had just arrived from. Who was that man who had saved him, and what did he mean by someday Ritsu would repay him?

Shaking his head Ritsu pushed all thoughts of the man out of his mind opting instead to focuse on the delisious smell of beef stew wafting towards him. He was at that moment completely unaware of the yellow eyes that had been watching him the entire time or of how much his life was about to change.

An- Ok so this chapter is done and hopefully I'll have the next one up either today or tomorrow but with my luck and the fact I'm on a library computer it may take a little longer. However I hope you enjoy this story. Also if you read my other fanfictions I just wanna say EVENTUALLY I will finish Witch of Kirigakure but with all the new stuff going on in the manga it's making it a little more complicated but I think I know what's going on with it. So yah... R&R Bye. Bye.