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Suspicion (Sequel to I'll Save You)

By VinciblePine95

Other / Romance

Overprotective Takano

Onodera's P.O.V

I'm Onodera Ritsu, 25 years old, and two months ago, I was kidnapped by Haitani Shin, I thought I was gonna die but that was when Takano came to save me but when he came I ended up getting stabbed by Haitani but, from what I heard Takano actually killed him for that and as for me I was rushed to the hospital and that's when I admitted my love for Takano-san but now I call him by his first name now that we're lovers. But ever since that happened, Masamune doesn't let me go anywhere by myself that much unless he's with me, I decided to finally convince him today. My eyes began to open, and I finally remembered that I went to sleep last night, I tried to get up but, two strong arms were holding my waist. "Stay in bed with me a little longer, Ritsu." "M-Masamune! Please let me go!" I tried to get out of his grip but I just gave up and rested my head on his chest, my cheeks turning red as he kissed my forehead countless times. Ten minutes of cuddling later, we stopped and got ready for the day. Takano is going back to Marukawa Shoten while I stayed home, because told me told to not to get stressed or do anything physical and right now it's Hell Week at Marukawa and it's very stressing. "I'll be back soon and please don't go anywhere. I love you, Ritsu" He said then kissed me sweetly "Um...Masamune?" I said "What's wrong?" Masamune asked with concern. "Can we talk when you come home?" I asked nervously, his face had concern written all over it. "Sure, see you later." and after that he just walked out the door. I wanted to convince Masamune to let me out by myself. Then I felt something wet and warm on my shirt, I looked down and it turn out it was blood. I forgot to mention that they had to stitch whevre Haitani stabbed me, it must have opened when Masamune and I were cuddling. To be honest, my wound has been hurting me ever since I got out of the hospital but, I haven't told Masamune at all and I plan to keep it that way.

Takano's P.O.V

I hate leaving Ritsu by himself, what if somebody breaks in the apartment and hurts him or takes him away? I know it's just my overprotective side talking but ever since that Haitani the bitch kidnapped Ritsu, I haven't let him out of the apartment by himself, not even once. I promised my self, that I won't lose him again like I did ten years ago. I wonder what my lover wants to talk to me about. Is he having doubts on our new relationship? If that's the case, I'll do anything to make it right.


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