A/N: So, this is sort of a sequel to "So much for a quick visit" It's basically a series of one shots about Jack and Pitch highlighting their relationship. The topics of each one shot range, so please leave me any ideas. I think I'm going to post each one shot as a separate chapter, that way I can incorporate some of your ideas. Hope you enjoy!
Oh, also, this contains yaoi or male x male. So don't like, don't read. I promise not to get to graphic. :D
Disclaimer: I don't own Rise of the Guardians or anything associated with it, although I wish I did.
R and R
This chapter was inspired by Arukea! Shout out to them!
Oh, Pitch is extremely OOC for this first one shot. Sorry!
It had been another month since Jack and Pitch had confessed their feelings for each other. In that time, Jack had decided to move in with him at the hideout where the latter took care of him after he broke his leg. It was too dark for Jack's liking though, so as soon as he had settled into his new home, the two of them began to remodel the whole place they now called home.
Jack was just finishing up painting one of the larger rooms they had decided to make the living room when he noticed that he hadn't see Pitch for a while. He set the paintbrush down in the paint tray on the stone floor and grabbed his staff. Never knew when you might need it.
He walked from the wall to the nearby hallway. It wasn't as dark as it had previously been, due to the fact that him and Pitch had installed some lights along the roof of the hallway. He know knew where everything in the home was. It wasn't that big actually, just the large room they were painting, a smaller room of to the side that served as their kitchen, and then the hallway that he was walking down now. There were several rooms that branched out off of the hallway, including a study, two guest rooms, and the master bedroom in which they both slept every night. He turned the corner after passing the doors that led to each of those rooms except the master bedroom. The door to the master was at the end of the new hallway, and he took long strides to reach the door. He grasped the handle firmly, instantly coating it with a thin layer or frost. Pulling with force, the door swung open and he walked in.
"Pitch?" Jack called as he strode through the door. There was no sign of the former nightmare king, so he simply left and closed the door on his way out.
"I wonder where he could be." Jack thought out loud as he walked back down the hallway. He was walking passed one of the guest bedroom doors when he heard it. It sounded like…giggling. A confused look spread across his face at the noise. There was no way it could be Pitch…could it? Maybe he had a side to him he wasn't sharing with him. He shrugged of those thoughts and reached for the handle. He turned it gently so he wouldn't alert Pitch while he did whatever it was he was doing.
The door swung open, revealing a sight that Jack couldn't believe. Pitch was laying with his back on the bed, holding a small, white, and fluffy kitten above his head as he looked up at it. It mewled pathetically in the man's slender arms. Pitch giggled again and brought it down and let it walk over his broad chest.
"Umm, Pitch, can I ask what your doing?" Jack asked as he watched Pitch play and tease the little kitten in front of him.
"I'm playing with our new kitten!" Pitch cried happily, in a completely un-Pitch like way. Jack tilted his head, extremely confused. When did Pitch get a kitten? Why was he so girly about it?
"When and where did you get that Pitch?" Jack asked, trying to clarify his first question. Pitch let the kitten crawl off of him and he stood up straight. Jack noted how the kitten didn't leave the bed. It simply started rubbing up against Pitch's side.
"It was just wandering through the forest Jack. How could I not help it?" He informed him. Jack couldn't believe what he was hearing. This was so unlike Pitch it wasn't even funny. Ok, maybe it was a little bit funny that his boyfriend had a fluffy kitten, but that wasn't important right now.
"Since when did you like animals?" Jack asked.
"I've always like kitten Jack. Their so cuddly and cute!" He told him. Jack sighed deeply.
"This is so unlike you Pitch." Jack said as he walked over and sat next to his boyfriend. Pitch wrapped an arm around Jack and pulled him close.
"Well, it doesn't change your view of me, does it?" He asked. Jack shook his head.
"It's not going to be a problem is it?" Once again Jack shook his head.
"Well, what's the big deal then?"
"I guess there isn't one. It's just a surprise to see you act so girly over just a kitten Pitch." Jack said with a grin, knowing his comment would bug him. Pitch scowled and stood up all the way, ready to leave.
"Hey! I didn't mean it rudely!" Jack yelled after him as he walked out of the hall. The winter spirit sighed deeply. It was then that he noticed that the kitten was staring at him with it's big, blue eyes. Jack frowned.
"Blue eyes? Is that even possible?" He wondered out loud as he picked up the kitten, emitting a small meow from it. Jack immediately noticed how soft it's fur was. He flipped it over and began rubbing behind it's ears, a place he knew cats loved. The kitten purred loudly, causing Jack to smile.
"Your pretty cute. I can see why Pitch likes you." He said to the cat as he continued to scratch behind his ears. Jack picked it up, laid back, and, just like Pitch, allowed the small animal to crawl over his chest and stomach. The kitten settled on Jacks stomach area. He thought it was adorable how the kitten was all curled up, seemingly already asleep. It was just then that Pitch decided to walk back in, timing his re arrival perfectly.
"You seem to be enjoying yourself Jack." He commented to him, his eyebrows raised. Jack's face flushed deep red as he had fallen right in Pitch's trap. He figured that Pitch had probably just stayed right outside the door and waited for his opportunity. The latter smiled now as he watched Jack blush.
"Oh shut up…" Jack trailed off as he looked away. Pitch walked over and kissed him on his pale forehead.
"S'ok Snowflake. I understand completely." He assured him with a grin, causing Jack to blush redder than before. Pitch stood up and began walking out of the room, turning over his shoulder to call to Jack, "Now lets go finish painting that room, shall we?" as he left the room.
Jack stood up, brushing the kitten off of him.
"Sorry buddy." He muttered.