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My Other Half 2: Healing Hearts

By fallingintoabyss016

Drama / Other

† One †

"If you guys ever dare lay even a single finger on her.. We'll KILL you" Reiji-nii announced at the four new guys standing right before us. All my brothers stood guard, hindding me and Yui behind them.

Their eyes were glowing and I knew those guys pissed my brothers off. The leader, Ruki I presume, smirked while that ace, whom I identified as Yuma, and Kou both chuckled mockingly. "We won't..." Ruki said "For now"

Like your usual vampire, all four gone in a blink of an eye. "Yumi-chan, are you alright? Did they hurt you?" Kana-nii kept asking me questions and I only gave him a reassuring smile. It seems that those guys were just like my family.

After the incident, all six of them walked me to my room, earning jelous glares from different girls. Probably their fangirls. Well, I don't blame them. I'm still known as Fujimoto and besides, all my brothers are really hot so it makes sense.

Mom Christa also said that my legal papers, marking her as my parents and my surname as a Sakamaki will arrive shortly tomorrow. So as of now, I should stick to my old until my new name will be finalized.

"If they ever try to come after you, call us" Aya-nii said and I nodded. I pecked them each on the cheeks, earning cute blushes from them and giving goodbyes before I went inside my room together with Laito-nii.

Suddenly, Shu-nii grabbed me by the arm. I turned back to him confused and he said "Introduce your self to everyone as our little sister" before they all left towards their respective rooms.




"My names Kou Mukami~ nice to meet you!" the blonde - or rather my idol - cheered while introducing himself in class. I hold the urge to squealed since I'm in the same class as Laito. He's on the widow the window seat, two rows behind me.

His head propped with his hand while he glared at my idol, being silent as ever.

You see, I actually have a lot of dvd movies, albums and collection-like of Kou-san. He's my inspiration of becoming a model. But seeing Laito-nii right now, I know bragging about him would mean a scary side of my brothers.

"Hi~ you're Yumiko, right?!" Kou-san cheered, standing beside my table which snapped me out of my thought "I finally remembered you! You're one of those teen fashion model overseas, right?!"

He took out a magazine that I once work with before and showed a page where I was in a ganster-like outfit. My name and signature printed on the side. "No wonder You looked familiar when we first met earlier!"

Kou-san, my idol, actually compliented me?! I couldn't help but blush at the comment. Even my classmates are in awe, asking to take a look at that work and some are even taking pictures of it.

"We should work together in a magz once! It would be great!" he reached a hand for a shake. But when I was about to take the offer out of excitement, I was suddenly pulled back.

I realized Laito-nii took me out from my chair. His face looks dark and dead serious when he carried me and sat me on his seat before facing Kou-san in a challenging matter.

"Your seat is right over there" he gestured to the open seat, three row from my desk "Besides, classes will start soon so stay away from my little sister if you care for your pathetic little life"

The atmosphere became heavy and tense. My classmates all sweatdropped for this new Laito Sakamaki but Kou-san just merely smirked before sitting on his chair as class finally started...




RIIIIIIINGG!!

The sound of the school's alarm bell signaled the end of class. I streched before putting all of my things inside my bag. Right as I turn around, I was met with Kou-san smiling at me.

"K-Kou-san" I stuttered "Is anything wrong?"

"Actually, I just wanna ask you for lu - "

"She's NOT interested" Kou-san was cut off by multiple voices that answered for my stead. We both look up behind him and saw the angry faces of my brothers, making me sweadropped.

"Let's go, Yumi-chan~" Laito-nii put an arm over my shoulder, dragging me away and leaving a smirking Kou-san. Too bad I wasn't able to talk a lot more with him.




"Why you guys hate the Mukamis so much?" I asked. They just remain the awkward silence and din't talk anymore. We were on the cafeteria on a special place, reserved for only the Sakamakis including Yui and me.

Yui suddenly nudge me on my arm. "Please come with me to the restroom, Yumi-chan" she said and I couldn't help but complied.

.

At the restroom . . .

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"Don't you know?" Yui asked which totally confusing me. "Know what?" I asked and she just shook her head, washing her hand on an elegant and expensive basin.

"The Mukami brothers are the long time rival of the Sakamaki brothers" she said "Whether it's sports, music or talent.. Those two are always fighting for the top"

"Winning and losing everytime"she turned to me, knowingly "They both have different schools before. But now, they all transfered here which was really odd"

"What do you mean?" I asked. She just shook her head and said "I don't know.. Ayato told me to stay away from them too.. He said it's too dangerous to be with them"

The atmosphere began to tense, feeling something seems a bit off. But as they say: no picture, no proof. It's not like I doubt my brothers. I just find if too odd.

I was never a judge. Besides, I've never judge my brothers ever since I met them. So why not the Mukami's? Sure they're dangerous like any other vampires. My brothers are too and not once did they ever bit me.

They were cold to Yui once too. But along the way, they do really care. They're just like lost children that always long to be loved and I gave it to them. Because of that, they all changed. Except now.

"I think they're all looking for us now" I said and Yui nods before we left the restroom back to the cafeteria...


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