19 Mar 2018
He’d seen this young prince many times before, offering prayers and gifts at his altar. But tonight, it seemed, the prince himself was the offering, one he didn’t want to refuse.
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19 Sep 2020
22 Apr 2020
“You seemed…interested in Suzue.”
“What?” Haru sharply said, reeling from the sudden shift in topic.
“I remember Akira Mita saying you favored women who were innocent and pure looking. Working with me would consequently result in allowing you to spend more time with her,” Daisuke continued, internally grimacing.
Attempt #2 at buying Katou Haru off is (surprise, surprise) a big fail. Daisuke doesn't know whether to be pleased or not.
(This is a continuation to "how much (for the rest of our lives)?" but can be read as a stand-alone!)
- Part 2 of Cost:PRICELESS
12 Apr 2020
“I swear to god if you don’t shut up, I will throw you out that window.”
It’s a bluff but not by much. He is This Close.
“You’d also be throwing out an incredible thing. I’d make things good for you.”
God - what even is this. Haru doesn’t spare a glance up from his paperwork, he’s not in the mood to entertain whatever weird rich people game Daisuke has started today.
It’s supposed to be rhetorical, a careless response he slings Daisuke’s way so he can potentially glimpse peace in the next decade. That doesn’t change anything, unfortunately.
Haru has tempted fate now and fate is just a puppet dangling from the string held in his partner’s hands.
Of course Daisuke is going to steer it in his favour.
12 Apr 2020
In which Daisuke learns to apologize (among other things).
10 Apr 2020
Because Haru works in a coffee chain. Daisuke Kambe owns it. (You are not the same.)
"I have made the decision to trust you with my life."
"Stupid decision, really."
This is Daisuke Kambe's world and Haru's just living in it.