Chapter Five: Fallen:
-On the Other Side of Odaiba-
She reminded him of Jessie.
Hisoka had trailed this woman all day. She was another one of their targets.
I am the queen of the screen. My fans adore me. I loved the attention. But something isn’t right.
I started out as a nobody. As the cliché goes, I lived in the countryside with big dreams. I loved movies. My big sister and I watched them all the time. We wanted to be stars. I had better luck then her.
I paused and turned around. Okay, who’s there? I do not like this.
“Hello?” I asked. No answer. I know they’re there. I’m not stupid.
“Come out already!” I shouted. “Cut the bullshit! What do you want?” My anger turned into delight when this handsome boy stepped out of the shadows.
Oh, his green eyes! Oh crap! What was I going to say again?
I shook my head and put my hands on my hips.
“Explain yourself!” I shouted. “Why are you following me?”
“I’m sorry,” this handsome boy said. “It’s just…”
“What?” I asked. He seemed so nervous. Oh no, did I do that to him?
“Look, I’m sorry,” I said. “I didn’t mean to…” This boy lowered his eyes.
“You remind me of my ex,” he said at last. I tilted my head.
“Is that a good thing?” I asked.
“I can’t say,” he said.
“What is your name?”
“Kurosaki Hisoka. And you are?”
“Emi. Kurosawa Emi.” I stared him down. Surely, he should know me. He must know. Come on, say it. Say it! Hisoka narrowed his eyes.
“You look familiar,” he said.
“Yes,” I said, nodding. I leaned in closer. Say it. Say it. Say it! Hisoka shouted and jumped backwards.
“Whoa!” he shouted. I drew back and tried not to laugh.
“I apologize,” I said.
“Are you that actress?” Hisoka asked.
“Yes,” I said, nodding. “Have you heard of the dramas Zero Love, Midnight City, or Time and Again.”
"Midnight City, yes,” the beautiful boy said.
“I played a prostitute on an episode,” I said. “How was the drama?”
“I didn’t watch the whole thing,” he said.
“Pity,” I said. “It was my starting role.”
“I see,” Hisoka said. I couldn’t help but notice the sternness in his tone.
“Is there something else you wanted?” I asked.
“Yes,” he said. “I am afraid to say it, but you are dead.”
“What?” I asked. I knew something wasn’t right. I shook my head.
“No,” I said. “That can’t be. I’m still alive and well! I mean look at me.”
“Do you remember what happened to you last month?” that beautiful boy asked. I froze.
“Last… month?” I asked.
“Do you remember what happened to you?” Hisoka asked. His question struck something inside of me. My mind started to go back to the events that led up to this moment.
I died? When? How? My mind went back to the first of June.
“Emi-chan!” someone yelled.
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