Why did Saitou kiss Sano on their way into Shishio’s fortress? Can Sano figure it out now Saitou is dead?
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.
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 very important branch of scientific study. For Sano, anyway.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Kenshin is selflessly supportive when he’d rather be severe, or at least supplicating.