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Innocent Teens ch. 20"Nonono, Rex, baby, don't eat that!" Ruki groaned, tugging the little dog away from a half rotten old apple. "Too late..."
Ruki sighed to himself. The worst part of having to take care of your own dog was when he did nasty things. Like vomit, or eat cat poop or rotten apples.
Rex bounched away in the leash again, smelling a bush.
They were out walking and had been so for almost an hour. Ruki liked taking long walks when he wanted to calm down or had a lot on his mind. Not than an hour was necessarily a long walk, but Rex wasn't the type who walked miles. He preferred playing and running around the garden before walking.
As they turned the corner to their street, Ruki almost automatically stopped to let Rex smell his favorite streetlight, just in case anyone had been there since last time he passed.
He couldn't believe he'd been brave enough to talk to Reina today. And that it went so well. But he couldn't stop thinking about what she'd said. "After what Kana saw you do."
What did she m
Innocent Teens ch. 18I could help you.
That's how the conversation started. Kyo'd almost started to wonder where Jui'd gone, he'd been away several days and hadn't answered his text about math. He almost thought Jui'd bailed on helping him with maths, and that would be disastrous. But then that text came. He couldn’t help but feeling relieved when answering and asking for the time and place, silently wondering if he was answering too fast. Jui’d taken days, and Kyo answered within five minutes, but it couldn’t be helped. Those freaking numbers were killing him.
The strange thing was, that the conversation didn’t end with a decision for time and place. Jui’s answer contained a question.
“At four, my house tomorrow? What chapter are you doing?”
And Kyo’d answered. He was doing straight line equations. At least that was what his chapter was called in the book which he didn’t understand. Jui’d told him that wasn’t so hard once you understood the
Innocent Teens ch. 17Ruki assumed that Reita had kept his situation a secret. Otherwise Tero wouldn’t look so happy. Actually, he was the only one of them who looked happy.
They sat on the floor in the locker corridor as so many times before. But it wasn’t like before. Ruki stared into the wall opposite, watching the grey sky outside, waiting for the rain to start pouring down. Reita sat beside him, chewing gum and playing Tetris on his phone, nervously glancing up occasionally.
Saga sat just below the window Ruki was staring through, scrolling between songs on his iPod. At least Ruki assumed he was doing since he had it in his hand with earphones plugged in. He sent Ruki cold glares as often as he found it suitable. It felt like a big cold cloud had settled in the corridor between Saga and Ruki which refused to move away. The tension seemed to affect Reita as well, but it couldn’t pass over to Tero and Omi’s pink cloud. They sat next to each other, holding hands while laughingly di
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