Pairing: TakkiRyo, Pin, Sakumoto, Kimura/OC
Genre: AU, angst, romance, fantasy
Disclaimer: I don't own them or anything else JE-related, but the story is mine of course^^
Summary: It's a dark night when Yamapi meets him: Jin, a mysterious guy lying on the street, unconscious. But who is this guy he carries home? What is he? What's the secret behind his being? After one night he is gone...and Yamapi is left alone with all his questions. Born as a Hunter, Pi shouldn't question his life... but he can't help it. He has always been different... He takes the risk and leaves for a journey which might not have an end.
Meanwhile Jin struggles for his own destiny... together with his brother Ryo and his friend Jun. But how far are they allowed to go? Trying to pass the borders of their existence they try to find the truth... and their fate.
Can you decide on your own destiny?
NOTE: For everyone who hasn't read the Prequel (requested by agustin1982 ), you'll find it HERE
“It's beautiful that you work as a teacher.” Ryo's voice sounded warm and admiring.
Takki smiled a bit at that. “You think so?”
“It must be wonderful to be around children.”
Takki pushed himself up on the elbow, looking down at the guy lying next to him. His fingers trailed over Ryo's soft skin. To his own surprise it felt warm and soft. Like his own skin. He moved his fingers over the other's hair, some strands of it falling out of place because of that. When he saw that Ryo didn't draw back, he moved his hand over his neck and shoulders, feeling the muscles under his silk shirt.
Takki smiled warmly, pulling the fragile Vampire closer. “Why do you think it's gorgeous to be a teacher?”
Ryo turned around in Takki's arms, resting his ear against the other's chest to hear the other's heart beat. Life was something fascinating, wasn't it? “Don't you like your work?”
“I love it.” Takki admitted.
“Why are you asking then?”
Takki smiled a bit. “Because I always like to hear your reasons.”
Ryo blinked at that for a moment, before his eyes became soft. He touched Takki's eyebrows softly, his fingers tracing the line of his face. “You know.” he started carefully. “Don't you think that children are like a parent’s door to their soul? They are pure and innocent... it's like a miracle that they exist, that women can give birth to them... Isn't it?”
“It is.” Takki smiled.
Sho turned around in Jun's bed, reaching out his hands to touch Jun's muscles. He was glad that Jun let him. Jun had an amazing body, really. He sat up a bit, massaging Jun's shoulders slightly. He knew that he didn't have to do that and that Jun didn't ask him to, but he wanted to do it. And as long as Jun didn't draw back or pushed him away, it seemed to be okay for him.
To Sho's surprise Jun suddenly turned around, grabbing Sho's hips and pulling him on his lap. Sho blinked at that, looking down at Jun nervously. This was a new sight for him, like a new chance. He leaned back a bit, raising his hips to support Jun with pushing into him. Gladly they had just done it, hence he was still loosened perfectly.
Sho put his palms on the mattress to support his weight and to gain some balance, slowly pushing down, feeling Jun's cock inside him. He gasped a bit at the intensity of this since he covered Jun completely now. He bit his lips, trying to get used to the friction inside him and to the feeling that was engulfing him now.
Then he moved his hips carefully, pushing up and down, feeling how Jun's hands grabbed his hips tightly to lead his movements. For a moment it hurt, but when Sho got used to the new feeling, he felt an unknown level of pleasure rising inside him. And though his head was going dizzy, he couldn't help but wonder... Today it was different. But why?
Jun was almost tender.
Jun sighed a bit, Ryo's words about Sho not leaving his mind. He almost hated the young Vampire for doing that to him... manipulating him like that. But then... he somehow couldn't hate him.
Ryo turned around when he heard his brother's voice. For a moment he feared that Jin would feel suspicious, that he would know where he was going to and whom he was meeting... and that he would kill him for it. But Jin just smiled at him. “You have been out?”
“Yes.” Ryo’s eyes had a strange gleam that made Jin blink for a moment, but then he shrugged it off.
“What are you doing now?” Jin asked, smiling when he wrapped his arms around his brother, making the younger one giggle.
“I’m on my way to the roof.” Ryo smiled. “I would like to paint something…”
“Ah.” Jin pulled his brother into his arms, feeling how the slighter one slowly relaxed. “I’ll come too…”
“Okay.” Ryo smiled slightly, before he looked at Jin warily. “Say… hypothetically…”
Ryo’s eyes had an inscrutable look. “When would you feel betrayed? What kind of thing would make you go insane?”
Jin blinked at that question, feeling seriously confused. “What do you mean?”
Ryo sighed a bit, feeling how the courage was fading from him again. He merely shook his head. “Nothing. I meant nothing.”
For a moment Kimura kept fighting with himself, despite the dangerous situation. But he knew that the situation he would get himself and Mika and also Tomohisa into by carrying the necklace would be dangerous too. It was a mysterious item after all, an old one, a dangerous one, made by Beings that were so much older than he was. But then, he was old enough to know its dangers. Not like Yamapi who had worn the necklace with an innocence that only the youth could hold onto. Kimura on the other side had seen too much…
But then, did he have an option?
His gaze shifted towards Mika, seeing how she was holding herself together for the sake of him and their baby. This made his decision easy… despite all the doubts. With a swift movement he grabbed the necklace out of Yamapi’s hands and put it on.
First there happened nothing…
But the moment he grabbed Mika’s hands to lead her and Yamapi towards the mountains, he felt it. As if someone was calling his name, screaming for him not to go to his place, his senses were sharp suddenly… and finally he understood what Yamapi had been talking about. The boy had explained the features of this necklace almost naively, with words that explained it of course… but not properly. He was young after all and didn’t know that much of the world…
For Kimura there was no doubt anymore that the owner of this necklace, the one who gave it to Yamapi, had to be the Emperor – his professor had been right about it. At the same time Kimura also understood why this Vampire gave it away… he wanted to learn to listen to his feelings and instincts by himself, without any help. Lead his own life. It almost felt like this necklace basically worked on its own, leading one… and stopping its carrier from thinking and handling alone. But this wasn’t the truth at all.
Truth was that it was actually really simple. No matter how strong this guy’s emotions were and how dangerous, it were still his. Wearing the necklace didn’t do anything, it just showed him the possibilities he had. Kimura realized it… that the things that were leading him now weren't coming from the necklace, it was still him. It was coming from knowledge deep inside him. Of course the mountains were bad, because it was the first place they would hide at. He only had to concentrate on his own instincts and on his own abilities. The necklace didn’t bring forward non-existent talents and instincts of a person. It just remembered its carrier that these instincts and possibilities were inside him and it showed him all his abilities. One didn’t need a necklace for that! All a person needed was to practise his own mind and his own strength.
Because that was what the necklace was about… showing one’s abilities.
And Jin, who gave it away, had realized the same thing, that he could only break this curse of his family by fighting on his own.
Kimura smiled a bit. He didn’t need the necklace to save his family – he just needed to remember his own abilities. The moment Kimura wanted to take the necklace off, much to Mika’s and Yamapi’s surprise, he saw something else though. Something Yamapi hadn’t told him about, because most likely it hadn’t come to Yamapi. The boy was skilled enough, but his skills and talents were still at their beginning. Yamapi couldn’t see IT because he didn’t understand the necklace.
Kimura’s eyes widened at that. All the things he just had experienced now, the awakening of sleeping talents and abilities, were only a side-effect. The necklace’s true purpose lied somewhere else.
He pulled Mika and Yamapi along towards the sea, not stopping before he couldn’t feel the presence of the other Hunters anymore. Then he paused, closing his eyes again.
“Takuya?” Mika asked carefully.
“Sh…” Kimura stroked over her hair softy, signalizing her that he was up to something.
And with a safe area around him he could fully concentrate. He closed his eyes taking in the picture in front of him.
An old house near the beach… almost a little castle…
Somewhere he could see a tall dark and curly-haired guy, jumping out of the window and up to the roof deck…
And on the deck… there were to other guys… a brown-haired one, maroon-coloured hair, deep eyes and a face with strong features. Kimura’s hands shivered a bit. This had to be him. The Vampire Yamapi had been talking about. Jin. He recognized his features from Yamapi’s explanations. But there was something else… Even without an explanation of Yamapi, he would have recognized him. Because he could feel it clearly. Just why could he feel it? How was that possible?
In front of some sheets of paper there was another guy, smaller and slighter, almost fragile… with dark hair… he was painting something. And to Kimura’s surprise, he could feel something in this guy’s aura, something he knew.
Kimura couldn’t put a finger on it. It was almost too weird. Because in this specific moment he could feel something around the guy, it felt as if he knew this Vampire. Just that Kimura was sure that this time it WEREN’T his own feelings, now it was someone else’s feelings and abilities. The necklace had opened the door.
Kimura slowly started to understand… this was the necklace’ power, now it weren’t his feelings anymore, but its owner’s.
And when he closed his eyes and opened them again, he had finally reached the necklace’s end. He was standing on the roof out of a sudden, staring at the sky… and when the Vampire through whose eyes he was looking right now, turned around, Kimura blinked.
He wasn’t in Jin’s mind right now? He couldn’t be, because he was looking at him right now. But why? This Jin was the owner of the necklace after all…
But if Jin, the Vampire who had used this necklace, wasn’t the real owner… why had it been in his hands?
Kimura could feel that these three Vampires didn’t even know it… that they believed it belonged to Jin. But it didn’t.
And when Kimura returned from his travel into this specific Vampire’s mind, he had understood it. The real purpose of this necklace and why it had never been its real owner who was carrying it.
It was an almost simple logic… and still no one had realized it till now, because it had always been in the wrong Vampire’s hands.
The person who made the necklace had to be a genius, because the necklace was a door, leading to the truth.
A/N: Kimura hit it off ^^
PS: Anyone else having problems with lj? When I updated Monologue yesterday, I almost lost my nerves ^^
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