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Thinking Back

By RobinUzumaki

Romance / Drama

Chapter 1

Kagome's POV

"Hey Kagome can I come over to your house tonight I need to use a computer for my assignment." I looked up from my desk to see the only person in the whole school to talk to me Tsukushi Makino. "Yeah…. sure I guess," ever since destroying the jewel I had caved in on myself and didn't really like to talk much.

When I first moved here no one would talk to me because they thought I was just a scholarship girl, but then one day I saw Tsukushi defend me from the F4. I guess she was their friend because when she talked back to the leader he didn't hit her.

"Oh great thanks, I'll just get my stuff, oh and can the F4 come." Why would she ask that she knows that I don't like their leader Domyouji Tsukasa, but I can't say no to her. "Sure I they can come. See you in 5," I told her.

I was waiting on Tsukushi when I felt someone coming up behind me I played it off and just when they were about to jump onto me I moved out of the way.

"Ouch why'd you do that Kagome, I swear it's like you have eyes in the back of your head," she said as I help her dust herself off. "Well it's not very nice to try and scare people," I told her smiling to myself.

The F4 then finally showed up and we started walking because the mansion was only two blocks away and Sesshoumaru thought it was more 'beneficial' to walk.

"Yo commoner are you so poor that you don't have transportation," yelled Akira from in the back. Mentally I had jumped back there and beat Akira up, but after all those years of Sesshoumaru forcing etiquette into made me only keep walking.

"We are very close only two more blocks," I just hope Sesshoumaru isn't home.

MKAYBYE

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