A brief look at how Quatre and Trowa are doing a month after the end of the curse.
Two busy high school seniors manage to avoid harassment about dating by pretending to be dating each other… but that’s always a little dangerous when the parties involved are this compatible.
A brief look at how Heero and Duo are doing a month and a half after the end of the curse.
When Heero rescues an abandoned doll from the gutter, he hardly thinks it’s going to change his life; but now he and his best friend Quatre find themselves involved in the breaking of a curse from almost a hundred years ago, and perhaps in falling for exactly the wrong people.
The ambiguous comfort two confused soldiers can offer each other may be precisely enough.
An unusual Christmas present helps open Duo’s eyes on an important subject.
Over the course of an evening spent trying to prevent Duo from annoying the neighbors more than strictly necessary, Heero finds an unexpected release from his usual inhibitions.
Saitou and Sano have very influential women in their beds.
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.
Days keep slipping by while Heero, who desperately wants to step up his relationship with Duo, the taxi driver that always takes him to work, continually puts off confessing that he likes him.
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.
It’s all right to be unskilled at romance.
Kenshin is selflessly supportive when he’d rather be severe, or at least supplicating.