A modern-day American cop isn’t sure what this unnervingly familiar vampire wants from him, until Sano reveals the tragic events of a past life and his undying connection with a Meiji-era Japanese cop.
When Detective Saitou gets a chance to meet his favorite author and learns something very unexpected about him, resisting his fanboyish impulses is suddenly the least of his concerns.
Three men. Two rivals. One complicated problem.
After (what should have been) a pretty simple assignment takes an unexpected turn, an ambiguous couple in an unusual situation must work out how they got here and what to do next.
An unusual situation pushes Sano to confess what he’s been holding back all this time, and Hajime must make a decision about Sano’s role in his life.
A brief look at how Sano and Hajime are doing a couple of months after Seeing Red.
Sano can usually deal with angry shades, but the one that’s currently haunting him is a little different. And though he and the exorcist he’s been referred to manage to solve the problem by the end of Spring Break, it’s a week that may lead to difficult choices.
Unaware that its entire purpose is to get his attention, Saitou has become rather tired of Sano’s reckless behavior.
It’s all right to be unskilled at romance.
Saitou isn’t terribly pleased at the approach of Christmas and the winter break; Sano thinks he knows the reason and what to do about it.
Badly wounded after his escape from Shishio’s fortress, Saitou finds his life unexpectedly in Sano’s hands.
Certain interactions between Saitou and Sano, taken slightly out of context, may get Saitou in trouble at work.
Sano discovers something about Saitou that he would have considered impossible.
Saitou is a bit surprised by Sano’s greatest concern.
What will it take to convince Saitou to allow Sano into his life?