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Make it Official 2 RenoxKo-ki
What the hell were you supposed to write about in blogs? How your day went? Your problems? How you feel? What are you supposed to friggin' write? Ko-ki wondered.
He couldn't write about how his day was, how he felt, or his problems. It was too embarrassing, all those topics involved Reno. Ko-ki sighed. He usually wrote about how grateful he was for all the fan mail, but maybe just posting about that was getting boring to his fans. The drummers fingers began tapping away at the keyboard.
"I can't come up with anything interesting to write in my blog. So I'll just write about something that came to my mind. Does acne appear in different places for different reasons?"
Behind him he heard a laugh he knew so well. Reno's chin laid on top of Ko-ki's head, while his arms wrapped tightly around the small males neck. Ko-ki layed his chin on Reno's forearm.
"That's pretty funny. It's just like you." Reno chuckled.
"What do you mean?" Ko-ki asked.
"Showing your randomness to t
Make it Official 5 RenoxKo-ki
"He's so evil " Ko-ki sighed. He lifted himself to get out of bed, but his bottom half began to scream "soooorre!" Painfully, he ignored his bodies complaining and rouse out of bed. He walked into the living room searching for Reno. Usually after their intercourse, Reno would have a smoke beside Ko-ki's sleeping body. Or he would be smoking in the living room watching television. This morning, he wasn't in either place. A perplexed look crossed the drummers face.
"Where is he?" he muttered to himself. He walked closer to the couch. Then he caught the stench of nicotine. Ko-ki's eyes trailed to his back door. He moved the curtain out of the way so he could see if Reno was outside through the small window. A small smile crossed Ko-ki's lips. There he was. Reno was on the phone with a cigarette in his hand. Ko-ki's smile faded. Though he could only see the left side of Reno's face, he looked angry. Out of instinct, Ko-ki creaked open the door.
"Reno.." he said timidly.
Reno seemed st
ViviD LoVe 6
ViViD LoVe!! (Shin x Reno Fanfic)
By: Gabriela I. Berdecia Medina
Chapter 6: "Ryoga."
Shin was singing passionately on the microphone as he held it tightly in his hand, letting his voice flow out loud and confidently. Ko-ki beat the drums in the same rhythmic beat that rang in his head as he heard the music pound lively through his hands. Ryoga, Iv, and Reno played the guitars sensually feeling themselves slowly drown into the lustful sounds of their guitar strings. Together in unison, the band brought life into the melody and lyrics as they all put their heart and energy into their song.
They finished the song and everyone looked at each other, exchanging impressed looks and smiles. Shin patted Iv's shoulder beside him and smiled wide then looked at everyone.
"You all were amazing," Shin said breathlessly making everyone laugh happily.
They all took a ten minute break and were hanging around the recording room, drinking cold refreshing water bottles.
"So where were you and Reno when w
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