21 June 2015 @ 01:12 pm
Prompt: “You fainted…straight into my arms. You know, if you wanted my attention you didn’t have to go to such extremes.”
Pairing: Sakuraiba.
Rating:  PG.
Author:
[livejournal.com profile] hinode91
Disclamer: I wish I owned them, but sadly I don’t.
A/N: This one is kinda AU-ish (well totally Au-ish cause they don't know each other XD)



When Masaki opened his eyes the first thing he saw was the white ceiling over him. His head hurt like someone was drilling his brain inside it.

“Ngh… where the hell…?” He mumbled, looking around him. He was on a king-size bed, the covers tangled in his long legs, and he was… wearing just his boxers. “What…?”

“Oh, you are already up.” A deep voice said from the bedroom’s door. When Masaki saw the man that was leaning against the frame he started to remember little by little.

He remembered how his boss scolded him for something he didn’t do, and how he decided it was a good idea to drink his problems away till he forgot his own name. He remembered too how he danced all night with that stranger, that sexy stranger that was looking at him from the door… And then… he couldn’t remember a single thing more.

“What… what happened…? And who are you…?” Masaki managed to say while puting a hand on his head.

The stranger gave him a wide and perfect smile that made his heart beat in an almost painful way.

“I’m Sakurai Sho. And last night you fainted…straight into my arms. You know, if you wanted my attention you didn’t have to go to such extremes.
 
 
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