Pairing: Ryo Nishikido×Takahisa Masuda, Takahisa Masuda×Yuya Tegoshi
Disclaimer: WHAT THE HECK IS A DISCLAIMER? Just kidding. There's a dictionary.com, did you know that?
Summary: Takahisa Masuda finds himself stuck in a very difficult relationship with Ryo Nishikido. But after lending a bit of his blood to a man (Yuya Tegoshi) he did not know to be a Vampire, Takahisa finds himself responding to a Vampire that believes that he is eternally in debt to Takahisa for his life.
HAHAHA. IT TOOK SO LONG AGAIN.
I've been so busy with my dog, dangit!
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[One] 'I will serve you for as long as you live.'
[Two] 'Could it be possible for a human to own such eyes?'
[Three] 'A Vampire. That looks like a Vampire bite.'
[Four] 'His lips red, his teeth sharp, his skin pale. He almost looked similar to Yuya.'
“That Kusano was actually able to get him, eh?” Keiichiro said, a bit bewildered.
“Of course he was able to. He’s your father’s apprentice! Did we not have this conversation already?” Tomohisa said, rolling his eyes.
“Are they almost here?”
“Hironori has him in the car. They should probably be here soon.”
“My half brother, eh? Wow. So he would only be a half Vampire then?”
“Yep. HA. I can see the excitement in your face. I knew you would be excited.”
“I’m not, Tomohisa.”
“Oh, but you are, Keiichiro.”
Where was he going? What the heck did these people want with Ryo? Did they get the wrong person?
Takahisa struggled with his bonds, wishing so badly he wasn’t blindfolded. He wanted to see his surroundings.
“Ah, quit fighting. I tied those tight.” The voice definitely sounded like that guy’s back at the apartment. Was he being kidnapped?! But he wasn’t Ryo! Was someone trying to kidnap Ryo?
Takahisa didn’t listen and kept squirming around, until a swift kick was launched into his stomach.
“Didn’t I tell you to quit?!”
“I’m Hironori Kusano by the way. I already know who you are. Ryo. You will be happy to know that your father is at a very high rank in the Vampire society. You should be proud, Ryo.”
“You’ve got the wrong freakin’ person!” Takahisa thought angrily, unable to express this in words.
“Your father is the first in command for King Tegoshi. He’s amazing.” The man continued, whether Takahisa was going to listen or not.
“Tegoshi? Tegoshi is the King?!” Takahisa thought.
“Too bad that pitiful son of his, Yuya is a total disgrace to the Vampire society. What kind of role model is he? He’s a prince after all.”
Yuya? Prince?! Yuya Tegoshi was a Prince of the Vampires? Why didn’t he tell him? Why is he such a disgrace?!
Takahisa began to get dizzy from all the questions buzzing in his head. The car ride wasn’t so smooth itself either, especially being at the floor of the car.
After a few more minutes, the car finally stopped. He heard the doors open, and someone dragged him out, hauling him against the pavement.
“You brought him?” A different voice said.
“Yep. Is Mr. Koyama around?” Hironori asked.
“He is out hunting at the moment. But Keiichiro and Tomohisa had requested they bring him into the drawing room first.”
Takahisa felt himself being dragged some more, his feet in pain, as he wasn’t wearing any shoes or socks. They were freezing.
He knew they were finally inside, as he didn’t feel the pavement anymore, but rather, very cold marble.
Who in the world had marble these days?
“Keiichiro is your brother, Ryo. Well. Half brother. I still don’t think so…I mean…you look nothing like Mr. Koyama.”
Three echoing knocks filled the air.
“Here he is.” Hironori threw Takahisa onto the ground. He guessed it was the drawing room.
“He looks a bit different up close.” A voice had said. He felt cold fingers against his cheek.
“Take off his blindfold.” Another voice said quietly. It sounded a bit far away as well.
Brilliant light entered Takahisa’s eyes as everything around him came into view. He blinked a few times, trying to adjust.
It was like looking inside a castle drawing room. Marble floors, magnificent fireplace, a large oil painting of a royal family above the mantle. A chandelier hung from the ceiling, illuminating the enormous room with a dim, but dazzling glow.
“This guy isn’t Ryo!” The man's voice that Takahisa had recognized that had spoken first, said loudly.
“What?” Hironori blinked, crouching down to look close at Takahisa.
“This guy is that human that Yuya is serving. The one that had gave him blood! What the fuck, Hironori…you got the wrong fucking person!”
“Tomohisa…but…the address that you gave me. I went to the exact one!”
The man named Tomohisa was silent. He swore crudely.
“What’s wrong?” A man that sat in a chair a bit farther away, by the fireplace asked.
“This is the one that lives with Ryo! The one that gave Yuya blood. I knew he had some kind of connection with Ryo, but I didn’t even calculate that he would be around! I’m sorry, Keiichiro!”
“Relax, Tomohisa.” The one Tomohisa had called Keiichiro said. “You said this is the one that Yuya was serving, did you not?”
“Yes, he is.”
“Well Yuya has to protect him no matter what, does he not?”
A light bulb seemed to have flickered in Tomohisa’s head, as Tomohisa’s facial expression changed drastically. Takahisa was truly confused out of his mind, and felt a bit ignored now. What were they going to do with him? What did they want with Ryo?
“We can arrange that, then.” Tomohisa grinned widely, staring down at Takahisa, who flinched a little. He saw the man’s sharp teeth.
Was this some kind of Vampire castle or something?
“Hironori, you may go. We have something private to talk about. Thank you.” Keiichiro said.
“What should we do about this guy?” Tomohisa pointed at Takahisa, who was still restrained on the marble floor.
“Throw him in the billiard room. We will be dealing with him later.” Keiichiro said.
“Yes sir.” Hironori grabbed Takahisa by the collar and almost choked him to death as he lifted him right off the ground.
The hallway was just as dazzling as the drawing room. The chandeliers lining the ceiling were just as dim as the one he had seen before, causing the pillars scattered across the hall to cast ghostly shadows.
“In you go, then.” Hironori had literally threw Takahisa into the billiard room, just as Keiichiro had requested. He flew right onto one of the many pool tables, a yelp of pain muffled by the cloth in his mouth.
The door was closed, and he was left alone in the dark.
What the hell was going to happen to him? They didn’t need him, so what were they going to do?
Hironori must have mistook him from Ryo, as they lived at the same address that was given to him. They probably didn’t know him and Ryo were together.
Takahisa made another great effort to escape the rope that tightly tied all his limbs together. But he did not dare make a sound. This seemed like some kind of Vampire infested building after all.
He was scared to death. He knew how strong Vampires were. He had interacted with Yuya after all.
And what did Yuya have to do with all this? What were they going to do to him?
What was all this about Ryo’s father? Everything was just all so ridiculous.
Hopefully it was just a dream. It was all just really ridiculous after all.
“Geez, my friends are all such fucking assholes.” Ryo turned the doorknob to the apartment, the alcohol already wearing off. It seemed he had a little spat with a few of his drinking buddies.
He went inside, feeling like shit. He felt like his ego was shot. He had to find Takahisa to build it back up again.
“Babe?” Ryo called out, throwing his jacket on the floor.
That was weird. Takahisa had always been ready to greet Ryo at the door, no matter how late it was.
He went into the bedroom, expecting to see a tired Takahisa at least attempting to get up. He turned on the light.
“Takahisa?!” Ryo was more alert now. Where else would Takahisa be?! The apartment wasn’t that big.
“Where the hell is he?” He said aloud, searching around the whole apartment. Even the bathroom was empty.
Takahisa wouldn’t just leave, would he? Ryo ran fingers through his hair.
It seemed Takahisa had dozed off on the pool table, as the doors of the billiard room opened and woke him with a start.
The two men he remembered to be Keiichiro and Tomohisa came into the room, turning on the dim lights.
The one that was Tomohisa had a very elegant, yet dangerous air to him. His posture was flawless, and even the way he stood looked very strong and powerful. His dark hair was messy, yet tame, and his arms bulged through the sleeves of his tight black t-shirt.
The other, Keiichiro, had a softer face, but still looked as menacing. His eyes were sharp and determined, and the way he moved was very proud glide, swift and effective.
“So you’re the one that sacrificed blood to our little friend, Yuya, weren’t you?” Tomohisa pulled him off the pool table, again by the collar, his neck having a fit. He was placed onto a chair.
Takahisa was too afraid to make any kind of move, but still managed to tremble a little in the chair.
“Ah, he’s really scared.” Keiichiro said softly. “Just take off the gag.”
Tomohisa obeyed, and removed the wet cloth from Takahisa’s mouth. It seemed to have been very tight, as the corners of his lips were bleeding. He tasted it.
“What’s your name?” Keiichiro crouched down to be on the same level with Takahisa on the chair.
“Uh…um…” Takahisa seemed to have forgotten his name. He felt a bit nervous. He was pretty sure all of them were Vampires. Not that they really seemed scary. Then again, he was kidnapped—by accident. They didn’t even need him. They could just dispose of him.
“Relax, buddy!” Tomohisa laughed.
“Tomohisa, he’s afraid.” Keiichiro snapped, turning back to Takahisa. “Just relax. It’s ok, we won’t hurt you. We just want to know your name, and your relation with Ryo.”
“I…I…my name is Takahisa Masuda.”
“That’s the spirit. And how do you know Ryo?”
Takahisa cleared his throat nervously, not really wanting to have to admit he was involved with another man.
Keiichiro looked more serious. “Please, Takahisa. Just tell me how you know him. He might be my brother.”
“That’s not important. How do you know him?” It was Tomohisa who spoke this time, who had a bit of an impatient tone.
“Yes, spit it out.” Tomohisa raised his eyebrow.
“I’m dating him.” Takahisa finally blurted. “And I live with him.”
“Oh.” Keiichiro said.
Takahisa felt a bit awkward saying it, but he was scared of some kind of weird Vampire torture or something if he didn’t say anything. Not that it looked like they were going to do any of that.
“Well that’s not weird.” Tomohisa said sarcastically.
“Ah, shut up, Tomohisa. Love is love.”
Takahisa felt a pang of guilt in his chest. He remembered what happened earlier that evening. He really did love Ryo. Why the hell would he have the desire to kiss Yuya?
“Anyway. I’m sorry, Takahisa, but we can’t let you go.” Keiichiro said, standing up.
“I…what do you need Ryo for?”
“He’s my brother, Takahisa, I want him to meet us. And my father.”
“Y-You won’t hurt him, will you? Why does he need to meet you guys…c-can’t you just leave him to his life?”
“I don’t think you’re in any position to argue, my friend.” Tomohisa stepped in, tying the cloth between Takahisa’s lips again. He turned to Keiichiro. “Are we just going to leave him here?”
“Um. Yeah. Sure. We’ll deal with him later. It’s almost sunrise, I want to sleep.” Keiichiro yawned, stretching his arms.
“Alright. Well. Goodnight then, Takahisa.” Tomohisa turned off the lights and closed the door, leaving Takahisa in the darkness.
“So when are we going to see Yuya.” Tomohisa whispered, making sure Takahisa wouldn’t be able to hear them as they quickly walked down the impressive marble hall.
“Ah, tomorrow night. When we wake up. I’m sure, as usual, he will be roaming around illegally at night.”
“That’s a brilliant plan you made up. At least we could fix what we broke. And you know us Vampires. We dislike breaking the rules. Yuya is sure to do it.”
“We’ll see. But I believe you’re right. He seems to be very taken with Takahisa. And remember, if my father asks, we didn’t even attempt to collect Ryo yet. Tell Hironori too.”
Keiichiro stopped at a door. “Goodnight, Tomohisa.”
Ok. First things first.
I'M. SO. FREAKIN'. SORRY. Not only for taking long, but it took me THAT long to realize I made a mistake on my last chapter! For some reason, I kept putting "Hiroki" for Masuda's captor's name, but it's Hironori! It's Kusano!
I think I kept putting Hiroki, because that's my dog's name. Holy crap. My dag is a Vampire. HAHA.
OK. Anyway. I'm SORRY. I take a lot of time don't I? It used to never be like that. But I've just been pretty busy with work, and planning my Vacation in everything.
But I'm finally booked! I'm in Japan from March 28th-April 18th! It's about time. If I didn't book this shit ASAP, I would have flipped my shit. Excuse my vulgar outburst.
I'm staying in a few places in this order:
I'm so freakin' excited. But I have become irritable with work!
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAANYWAY. So. Like. OMFG. Isn't Koyama and Yamapi so freakin' cool, you can't even take it? That's my opinion. They are just so badass.
I didn't even realize how long this chapter took me to write. Like 2985792375923875 hours.
If there's one thing you'd like to know about me being a writer, is, I write all my chapters all at once. So I don't take a week to write one chapter, I will give myself like 8 hours in a day to do it. I shouldn't do that though, because I get so freakin' tired!
Anyway. This was a long A/N. I hope to see all your lovely comments, and I love you guys so much!!! =DDDD