Falling for Ruka Epilogue: AkatsukiFalling for Ruka Epilogue: Akatsuki by sal67548
“This place is barely livable!” Hanabusa complained, looking around at the average décor that surrounded us. We had just stepped into the building that was to be our dormitory for the time that we were here, finally escaping the invasive scent of human blood. As we waited for someone to come and give us some directions, I couldn’t help but notice that this place did look quite a bit less formal than the mansions we had lived in our entire lives.
“Oh, hush. If Lord Kaname, the most noble and exalted of vam
Falling for Ruka Chapter 22: AkatsukiFalling for Ruka Chapter 22: Akatsuki by sal67548
I reached my room, shutting the door behind me and leaning against it.
I hated this. I hated knowing she was in that house with that man and not being able to do a thing about it. I hated that she couldn’t either.
For years she had taken it silently, as a prisoner who could not escape. But she was still a prisoner until tomorrow. Though the only different thing was that I was now in the know, I still could not act. If I did, her father would not allo
Falling for Ruka Chapter 21: RukaFalling for Ruka Chapter 21: Ruka by sal67548
I stood in my room, looking around at everything, trying to decide what to pack. I had so many things that lined my walls or took up my floor or closet space, but most of it was meaningless to me. They were simply pretty things that had no sentimental value.
In truth I was not really thinking about packing my things. I was thinking of how tomorrow night I would be leaving this house to live on a campus with the man I was in love with. Being allowed to see Lord Kaname every night was something I had only ever d
Falling for Ruka Chapter 20: AkatsukiFalling for Ruka Chapter 20: Akatsuki by sal67548
“Whoever is responsible for this, you will be severely—Akatsuki?!” Ruka yelled down in surprise, dropping the small stone she had been about to throw at me. “What on earth are you doing?”
“Sorry, I had to get your attention. We need to talk, Ruka,” I said sheepishly.
“And I suppose knocking on the front door was just too obvious?” she yelled down at me, hands on her hips.