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My Dream, My Reality: Book 1

By Nigsea

Other / Romance

Prologue

A girl typed to her friend with whom she was chatting.

Yori: Yusei is so cool!

Lil'butterfly: I haven't really watched Yugioh 5d's but I think I might start. So, he's your new crush?

The girl even though she knew no one could see her face still blushed as she wrote her reply.

Yori: it's embarrassing! I mean, I'm already 19 and I still have crushes with anime guys. *sighs* Can't help it though because he really is like my ideal guy. I wish he was real or better yet that I could live in that world. It'd be awesome! ^-^

She normally wouldn't admit it but this was her friend who liked anime as much as she did. She was someone who she could trust and also someone who understood her.

Lil'butterfly: I know what you mean. I used to have a crush on the Pharaoh and trashed Tea. I really hated her.

Yori: I didn't hate her. I actually wished they ended up together although I also had a bit of a crush on him. That's why I think it's weird because my feelings for Yusei are different. I actually don't want any girl get close to him! I feel jealous. That's why I hate Aki so much. I used to like her at the beginning but after she got close to Yusei I no longer like her.

Lil'butterfly: Same as me. Well, it's late so see you.

Yori: G'night, Aiko.


The girl stretched and looked at the clock at the right corner of the screen. 12:33 AM it read. She yawned and began to shut down the computer.

'I have to work tomorrow.' She groaned. 'Better go to bed now.'

She lay in bed and recalled the conversation with her friend Aiko. 'I really wish I could live in the same world as Yusei and be someone who's close to him. I want to be his friend too.' She thought as she drifted into slumber.


It flies through the dusk sky…the mystifying store, Dream Shoppe. They say any dream can be made true…in exchange for something dear to you.

She opened her eyes and found herself in front of a house floating the middle of the sky. "Where am I?" She asked to no one as she reclined over the door of the store as feared she might have fallen when she freaked out this place was floating in mid-air.

"Ooh! A customer!" A small voice said behind her. She turned around immediately almost as if it was a reflex and saw that the door of the building was now opened.

"Who… where are you?" She asked feeling confused.

"Down here, down here!" exclaimed the little voice. "My name is Alpha!"

The girl looked down and saw a bunny stuff animal. It was cute and surely she would have thought so too if it weren't for the fact that it was moving and talking to her! She became pale and stared at it completely paralyzed.

"Welcome to Kira Yume Dream Shoppe," said a gentle voice behind the door. "I'll grant your wish…" a young woman appeared in the doorway. "For a price..." she smiled.

The girl was surprised the person before her was wearing strange but pretty clothes and her hair as red as cherries.

"I'm the Shoppe owner, Rin." The young woman who was wearing a long robe and a matching orange hat, introduced herself.

"M-my name is Cindy." The young girl stuttered.

"What is your wish?" Rin asked as she let the girl go inside the store as Alpha tried to push her in.

The question sort of surprised her. "You'll grant me a wish?" She asked confused. 'I must be dreaming. Yes, this is surely a dream then…'she convinced herself this was not real. "I want to go the world of the anime I like to watch, Yugioh 5D's. I want to be able to meet my favorite character Yusei Fudo and if possible…" she trailed off feeling shy. "I want to be someone important to him." She added in a small voice.

Alpha jumped into the girl's shoulder. "Do you like this Yusei guy then?" The bunny asked knowing already the answer.

The girl blushed despite her efforts to hide it. "I…I do." She admitted reluctantly.

Rin had stepped away from them as she was trying to look for something. She frowned. "Your wish," Rin called Cindy's attention. "Could you repeat it, please?"

"I wish to go to the world of Yusei so I could meet him and be someone important to him." Cindy said.

Rin turned around facing her. "I'm afraid I cannot grant your wish." The woman said with a somewhat sad expression. "However, I can send you to that world, where it'd be as if you have always been there. Chances are that one of your friends there might know him and you will eventually meet him. Do you want to try that?"

"Yes," she said without a second thought.

"I must warn you," Rin said. "You will have to pay a price that will be equal to your wish. Are you still sure you want to go?" Rin asked one more time.

She nodded. "Yes, because I really want to meet Yusei."

"Very well, then in exchange I'll take something at the end of your journey. You have six months to find a way to go back to your world on you own, if you do that I won't take anything. Do we have a deal?"

"If I find a way to go back to my world I won't have to pay the price but if I don't find the way to go back, what is going to happen?" Cindy asked, not really scared of the consequence just with feelings of uncertainty.

"If you wish as strongly as you did now to go to that world then you'll probably come back here. Otherwise you might stay trapped there, permanently. Nevertheless I will go visit you in six months, if you have find a way to go back but have not use it I will not take anything in return. If you haven't then I'll ask you whether or not you want to go back depending on your answer I may or may not take my payment at that time." Rin replied. "Do we have a deal then?"

"Yes."

Rin took a pink star-shaped magic staff from one of the stands. She murmured an incantation and a magic circle appeared underneath Cindy. "Girl, what's your purpose to meet that person?" she asked before sending the girl who was taken by surprised and didn't have the chance to answer Rin's question.

Everything was spinning around her, so fast it was like flashes of lights; a strong wind pulling her. 'What's my purpose?' She thought as she felt herself falling.

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