Kenshin and Sano were lovers before Saitou showed up… but Kenshin and Saitou liked each other long before that. One thing’s for certain, at least: Saitou and Sano hate each other. Right?
Unaware that its entire purpose is to get HIS attention, Saitou has become rather tired of Sano’s reckless behavior.
Saitou thinks he needs to keep working on a case all night; Sano thinks he needs something else.
Having been slaves for most of their lives, they know that love is both a luxury and a weakness they can’t afford; with Sano obsessing over a guard and Katsu enchanted by a newly-arrived fellow slave, however, they may not be able to help themselves. But something bigger than that is going on around them, and their growing feelings may be the least of their problems.
Sano isn’t sure why he goes to Saitou after a bad day.
It’s all right to be unskilled at romance.
Sano’s romantic night with Saitou is completely perfect, except for one little detail.
That’s what Saitou and Sano inspire while grocery shopping.
Trying to steal from your boss is never a good idea… especially when your boss is Saitou and what you’re trying to steal is his boyfriend.
A lesson Saitou is trying to teach Sano has unexpected results; can either of them handle the consequences?
Realizing Saitou is to-die-for sexy (in addition to being a complete jerk) is likely to drive Sano out of his wits, which may be exactly what Saitou intends.
Sano reminisces on the circumstances that finally brought him and Saitou together.
Saitou’s uniform smells like Sano, who has (for some reason) been wearing it.
The payback for Sano’s winter pranks is more than he bargained for.
Sano worries about his unsatisfying affair with Saitou and when it may end.