Meeting the Star of a Romance NovelMai sighed as she read on in her book, a sentimental sigh that could be heard often from her. "Auntie's book must be good; it's been a while since I've seen you sigh so much over a single piece of literature." Yuu said quietly from the edge of her bed as he played with a stuffed lion. Mai giggled girlishly, hugging the book to her chest "This boy in here Max is positively perfect~" she said dreamily.
Yuu blinked and chuckled gently "That's the first time I heard you say that about a boy in an actual novel and not just a manga where his picture is on every page with sparkles and roses in the background."
Mai threw a book at him playfully "You're one to talk you yaoi addict." She retorted. He chuckled and opened the book; she had unknowingly tossed one of her more explicit mangas at him. "You're the one that got me hooked, remember? Maybe it's because of YOU that mom and dad won't look me in the eye anymore their pathetic uke of a son." He said, all too quietly. Ma
The MeetingThe identical siblings ran about the park. Both shared the same skin, hair, and eye color, but both also fought like cats and dogs. In fact if you looked close enough you could swear that's what they were.
Currently the boy, Zeff, was barking orders at his sister who balanced atop a brick wall. "You're going to fall and hurt yourself!" he bellowed, only for her to stick out her tongue at him. "Will not! You always ruin my fun!" She spat, continuing on, her green eyes and short, neat black hair making her look exactly like a black cat. "Just get down from there before mom finds out that you weren't listening to me again, Selena!" Zeff continued to bark, his shaggy black hair, green eyes, and circular glasses that looked like black patches around his eyes making him resemble a mutt.
"Just because you're thee minutes older than me doesn't mean I have to listen to you!" She said, turning up her nose in defiance, ever the independent feral girl. "Mom put me in charge and told me
Love is BlindThe clock droned in the coffee shop, beating at least a dozen times slower than the raven haired boy's heart. He wondered if this was normal, if "celebrities" ever got excited about meeting their fans, instead of the other way around. The bell dinged and his visible amber eye flicked up to see a shy lavender-haired girl, standing in the doorway of the café.
As soon as her blue eyes fell on him, they lit up. She walked over to him quickly with a cute blush, her frilly Lolita dress billowing out behind her. Max blushed, unable to get over how cute the girl was.
She set down a satchel and sat with him "H-Hello, it's nice to finally m-meet you, I'm M-Mai " she stuttered, pulling her dress into place. Max shook his blush away "I'm Max" he said, lending his hand out to her in a gentle handshake. At the last moment though, he held on still, leaning in to plant a kiss on her frail hand, feeling like he was doing an act of fan service for the girl.
Her cheeks heated and she