Before Sano confesses his love to Kenshin, he needs to get his attention and impress him, and therefore appeals to Saitou to teach him defense… but Saitou may teach him more than that.
A brief look at how Quatre and Trowa are doing a month after the end of the curse.
A brief look at how Heero and Duo are doing a month and a half after the end of the curse.
The ambiguous comfort two confused soldiers can offer each other may be precisely enough.
Saitou and Sano have very influential women in their beds.
When the victim of Sano’s prank texting turns out to be an intimidating cop, Sano’s friends are every bit as amused as Sano is terrified.
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’s romantic night with Saitou is completely perfect, except for one little detail.
That’s what Saitou and Sano inspire while grocery shopping.
Chou isn’t sure why his account of Saitou’s recently improved mood is such good news to Sano.
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.
There’s a certain phrase Saitou dislikes, but the one he’d rather say gives him even more trouble.
Certain interactions between Saitou and Sano, taken slightly out of context, may get Saitou in trouble at work.
Sano is very bored. This is bound to annoy Saitou after not too long.