Forever And Always {A Sasuke Uchiha Love Story}

Uhm, since I'm super in love with Sasuke, I decided to do a love story to satisfy my fantasies. XD

So... I'm really into this story, as I have fallen in love with Misaki's character, and I'm proud at how well I've motivated myself to keep this fanfic going. XD

I truly hope you enjoy it! ^0^


Chapter 11

You Have Everything... But Nothing.

by: vixybear
Getting an invitation to a party — and when someone it's from someone you hate that's hosting it — is really irritating. It's stupid, really. But somehow Hayase Sato found it quite amusing.

I woke up to the sound of the door being knocked on loudly. I sighed, opening my eyes, waiting for Mayumi to answer it. A minute passed, and no one answered the door. I got up, groaning to myself about how lazy I was being, and staggered towards the door. I opened it, blinking at the immense sunlight.

"Not much of an early bird, Secchuu?" it was none other than Hayase Sato, my forever nemesis.

Hayase recently came to Konoha because of the Chūnin Exams coming up, and apparently she had the 'Hokage's permission' or something to be in the village. She had navy blue hair and light brown eyes the color of poop. Gross, huh? She was an inch or two taller than me, but I could still probably beat her. She was really short for a 15-year-old.

"No," I replied grimly, running my fingers through my hair. "What do you want?"

"Well, isn't someone moody this morning," she held out an envelope, "I'm having this party in a few days, with my brother, Yasu. I was wondering if you wanted to come."

"You're seriously inviting me to a party? When I could be doing something productive like training for the Chūnin Exams?" I snarled.

"... Sasuke's going," she grinned.

"Like I care what Sasuke does anymore," my eyes flickering to the ground.

"Look. I know we haven't exactly seen eye to eye, but I thought maybe we could start over," she started, "and I know for a fact my brother has found you quite attractive."

"Sorry, but I'm not interested in a relationship right now."

"You're still with Inuzuka? Darling, he's a thing of the past. Yasu's your present and future."

"I said no," I said sternly. Her eyes widened in surprise, then they narrowed.

She tossed the envelope to the ground, "I can't wait to see you there." She says it like she knows I'll show up.

With much reluctance, I picked up the envelope and slammed the door. When I raised my eyes from the sloppy handwriting, I saw Sasuke sitting at my counter, his head resting on his intertwined hands. This was nothing new, of course, as Sasuke has made this a routine of showing up in my kitchen ever since I left the hospital.

"Don't tell me you're going," he said.

"... Are you?" I asked, throwing the envelope on the counter and opening the fridge.

"You're insane, Misaki. There's no way you're ready for a night of partying after what condition you were in."

"Sasuke —"

"I said no, Misaki."

"Since when are you the boss of me?" I snarled, pouring milk into the bowl of Cheerios (A/N: I didn't know what to call the cereal. Dx).

"Since you were almost killed."

"That's not fair."

"Yes, it is. You need someone to look after you."

"Like what? You going to start acting like my big brother now?" The room grew quiet. My eyes locked with Sasuke, both of us thinking about the same person.

"No. I'm just trying to keep you safe."

"That's my job, not yours."

"Damn it, Misaki!" he banged his fist on the counter. I jumped, narrowing my eyes. I threw my spoon at him, and it bounced off the counter, missing him by a mere inch. He chuckled.

"What's so damn funny?"


"What about me?"

"When you get angry you throw spoons." I glared daggers at him, turned on my heel, and strut towards the stairs. Suddenly, my body was picked up off the ground, and soon enough, I was being carried over Sasuke's shoulder.

"Sasuke! Put me down this minute!"


"I swear on the Hokage's grave, if you don't put me down this second —"

"Ooh. I'm scared." I pounded on his back until I realized that was no use. He walked up the stairs, heading towards my room.

"No boys allowed," I grinned. Sasuke picked me up and threw me effortlessly onto my bed. I landed on my back, and Sasuke climbed in next to me. I growled and turned away from him, scooting as far away from him I could. Within seconds of settling, he pulled me back towards him, his arm resting around me.

"Get. Your. Filthy. Arm. Off. Me," I said with gritted teeth, but Sasuke only pulled me closer. I swear, when he falls asleep, I'm going to kill him. Literally, I thought.

"Don't try to get away, Misaki. 'Cause no matter how hard you, try I'll always catch you," he whispered, his breath warming up the back of my neck.

~ ~ ~

Somehow sleep overcame me (even though it was just after I woke up, which was odd), and when I woke up, the sun was just beginning to set. My side felt a lot lighter. I opened my eyes to see I was facing the other direction, but Sasuke was gone. I smiled slightly.

"Finally awake?" I recognized Sasuke's smooth voice.

"Unfortunately, yes. Sometimes reality is so miserable I'd rather stay asleep," I replied, sitting up.

He smirked, "You talk in your sleep."

"And how would you know?"

"I heard you."

"Oh, yeah? What exactly was I saying?"

"A couple of times I heard you moaning my name..." within a second he was on top of me, his Sharingan eyes burning, "and you were saying how amazing I was at kissing..."

"Like you're good at kissing," I remarked.

"You think so? Why don't we find out..." he leaned down, but I pushed him away quickly.

"Please. I'd rather kiss Naruto than you."

"Naruto? C'mon, Secchuu, I know you. Your standards can't possibly be that low. I mean, even mutt-face Kiba is better than that loser." I shoved Sasuke away, intentionally hoping for him to take the hint that I was angry with him.

"Are you pissed at me now?" I tried to sit up, but he pushed me back down with his body.

"I don't know, why I would be?" I rolled my eyes.

"So you're not pissed at me?" he asked, his eyebrows furrowing in question. I sighed, leaning forward aggressively, hoping I could escape. But I did more than escape. I trapped him.

I landed on top of him, my hands supporting myself up on either side of his head. He almost looked cute — with his hair messed up from falling backwards and everything. Keyword: almost.

He grinned up at me just before he flipped me over onto my back. He pinned my wrists down. I narrowed my eyes.

The sound of a door opening made me jump and Sasuke look up.

"What the hell is going on?!"

It was Mayumi. My eyes darted to Sasuke, whose face grew calm.

"Mayumi!" I shoved Sasuke off and leapt off the bed, but Sasuke grabbed my foot, causing me to fall to the ground. My ears pressed against my head in anger, and I turned around, clawing at him. He chuckled at how I was acting like a cat.

He wrapped his arms around me and picked me up off the ground, tossing me over his shoulder. Not this again, I thought, glaring out of the corner of my eye.

"Sasuke, what the hell are you doing here?" Mayumi asked, getting angry.

"Oh, Mayumi, you're looking radiant as ever."

"Cut the crap, Uchiha. What were you two up to, hmm?"

"Just a game," he walked around Mayumi, waving his hand. "I'll have her back around 9, okay?" Sasuke opened the window and off we went.

We leapt from building to building, rooftop to rooftop, and finally, we came upon an open meadow. He dropped me to the ground and I landed on my butt, glaring up at him.

"What?" he asked.

"I can't believe you dragged me all the way out..." I trailed off, staring up at the sky. Images flashed through my mind; old memories. I shut my eyes, not wanting to see the things I tried so hard to forget.

"Misaki? Misaki?" said Sasuke over and over, and I finally looked at him. "What the hell was that?"

"It — nevermind..."

"No. What just happened?"

"I said never mind, Sasuke," I narrowed my eyes at him, hoping that he would get that I wasn't going to tell him... without a fight. He said nothing, only sitting down next to me, staring at the nearby lake.

"It was... my brother... wasn't it?" he asked in a low voice.


"I'm going to kill him."

"I know you will, but... you'll die."

"Why do you say that?"

"Because he's strong, Sasuke. Stronger than any of us!" Once again he said nothing. "Will you promise me something?"

No response, which meant he was listening.

"... Promise me you'll always be there for... well, everyone that needs you."

"I can't promise you that, Misaki. Because at one point, everyone's going to be alone. And sometimes having someone there for you only makes it worse." He was right. You only grow stronger when you go through things alone.

"Now promise me something, Misaki," he said softly. I glanced at him out of the corner of my eye. "Promise me you will stay here, no matter what happens."



"... I promise..."

"No matter what happens," he repeated. I looked down at the ground, picking at the grass.

"No matter what happens," I whispered.

It grew quiet, but the silence was the comfortable type. It wasn't awkward, weird, or tense. It was normal, like the kind of silence you would have with your best friend.

"Why did you do it?" he asked suddenly.

"Do what?"

"Fall for me."

"What are you talking about?" I asked, confused. Really. What was he talking about?

"I know you like me, Misaki... I don't know why, though." I assumed my reaction would've been to run off embarrassed, but I just stayed there, not nervous whatsoever.

"What do you mean why, though?"

"Why do you like me?"

"... I-I-I don't know!" I replied, tripping over my words, "that's like asking me why I cough when I have something stuck in my throat."

"It's not impossible to explain, however."

"... I guess I like you because we were there for each other, when no one was. After Itach — the Massacre happened... My parents died that night, too..."



"So you like me because we were there for each other?"

"No! I mean, yes, but it's... it's more complicated than that... sometimes I wonder why I like you so much."


"Because... because you're Sasuke Uchiha. The avenger. The calm, cool, and collected guy that every girl wants and every guy wants to be! Yet you don't care about anything but avenging your clan!" I started, "why don't you see everything you have? You've got friends, people who care about you! Like Sakura, Naruto, Kakashi-sensei, the Hokage... me..."

"Because in the end they're going to hold me back."

Boiling in anger, I stood up and began walking away. Why couldn't Sasuke see what he has? Friends that'd die for him? Admirers that would give anything to be him for a day? Girls wrapped around his finger?

"Misaki!" I heard him come after me, but I turned around and faced him.

"You have everything Sasuke! You have friends! Power! You're walking on top of everyone! Why can't you be happy?!" I yelled, tears forming.

"Because even with all of that, I still have nothing!" he yelled back, his Sharingan eyes flaring, "I still have to kill the man who murdered my family!"

I pulled a kunai out of my holster and glared at him, ready to throw it. Instead, it fell out of my hand and onto the earth. I stared at him, so many thoughts racing through my head.

Neither of us said anything, but after Sasuke blinked, his eyes returned to normal, indicating he had calmed down.

I wiped my tears away with my hand, and began walking away. He didn't come after me this time... or so I thought.

Suddenly, his body was in front of me, blocking my path. He grabbed my arms, causing me to stand still. I looked up at him. He leaned down, placing his mouth next to my ear.

"I'm sorry..." he whispered.

Then, everything went black.

Sorry it took so long! Although, I know many of you don't really read this, but thanks for your patience! I'm updating a majority of my stories now! :)

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