Clumsy 049: Pleading His Case

Disclaimer: I do hereby disclaim all rights and responsibilities for the characters in this topsy turvy tale… especially for the one who’s willing to beg. A nod of recognition is bent towards Rumiko Takahashi for her creative prowess.

Chapter 49: Pleading His Case

When Sesshoume’s lips touched his jaw, Kagomaru pulled her closer.

She growled irritably.

He cleared his throat. “A kiss means… please?”

“Its placement is a plea.”

“Oh. So if I’m asking permission, you want me to… erm… here?” With a cautious dip and tilt, he boldly mirrored her touch.

By some miracle, she accepted the caress.

“Teach me more?” he whispered, punctuating his plea with another kiss.

Sesshoume’s warning rumble faltered.

Kagomaru’s hand found its way into her hair. “Please?” he whispered, trailing soft kisses. Heartache turned his voice husky. “How can I please you if you don’t guide me?”


Original Posting Date: September 27, 2016
Prompt: Mirror, suggested by FlyAwayRen
Words: 100


Summary: She was the most sought-after demoness at court, but no suitor could conquer her. He was only trying to feed his family when his stray arrow felled a mythical beast. A kind-hearted man. A fierce lady. A romance told in bits and pieces. Genderbent SK. Begins here. To scroll through archived chapters, use the Clumsy tag. To suggest a one-word prompt, visit the Clumsy Prompts post.

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8 thoughts on “Clumsy 049: Pleading His Case

  1. Pingback: Clumsy 048: Replace His Scent – FORTHRIGHT

  2. So in Lord Charming, we’re learning the courtship thing with a male inuyoukai suitor. This time, the youkai is a female, and she needs to be the one to be pursued, eh?

    Sly, forthy-chan! Now we get to learn both sides of the equation (assuming the courtship process is the same in both AUs) 😀

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  3. Pingback: Clumsy 050: Rough around the Edges – FORTHRIGHT

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