Ouch! by Knittingknots
Summary: Oh no! Kagome forgot the book she needs for a test!  What happens when InuYasha tries to give it to her before she gets to school?
Categories: Myths Characters: InuYasha, Kagome
Genres: Comedy, Oneshot, Romance
Warnings: None
Challenges: None
Series: None
Chapters: 1 Completed: No Word count: 305 Read: 657 Published: June 08, 2008 Updated: June 08, 2008

1. Ouch! by Knittingknots

Ouch! by Knittingknots
Disclaimer: I do not own InuYasha or any character created by Rumiko Takahashi



Ouch!




They stood in an alleyway a block from school.  Ar least one of them did.

As InuYasha’s  face made impact with the ground, his head rang like a bell.  He hated when she did that any time he got off the shrine grounds and surprised her.  Slowly, the subjugation spell let go of him, and he stood up, dusted off and gave her an angry look. “Dammit, Kagome, why don’t you let me say something before you try to break my nose?” he growled as he rubbed the offended bit of skin.

“You know you aren’t supposed to follow me to school,” Kagome said, her eyes still flashing with irritation.  “What if someone saw you?”

“Then they’d see me,” he said.  “Anyway, your mother sent me.  You left this.”  He pulled out a book out from where he had stashed it in his suikan and handed it to her.  “Your mother said she thought you were having a test on it.”

She looked at the copy of For Whom the Bell Tolls.  “Ack!  I can’t believe I forgot this.”  She looked up at the hanyou, who was still scowling at her.  “Thank you, InuYasha.  I’m sorry I said the word.”  She gave him a quick hug.  “I’ve got to run now.  It’s almost time for the bell to ring.  You better hurry home.”

“You owe me for this one,” he said, scowling.

“And I’ll make it up to you.  But not until after school!”  She reached up and quickly kissed the tip of his nose where the concrete had scraped it.  “Bye!”

Dashing out of the alleyway she left a dazed InuYasha in her wake.  Slowly a small smile crept onto his face as he rubbed the tip of his nose.  He’d never understand her, but that didn’t necessarily matter. 
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