Chapter 5: The Two Inu-yashas
“Kagome, how are your... you know ...your feelings for Inu-yasha?” Sango asked. “I don’t know, I don’t like him like that Sango, you’re getting the wrong idea.” “Kagome-chan, you’ve known Inu-yasha for quite some time now, and you don’t feel anything for?” Sango mentioned. “Not like that.” “Come on…” Kagome sighed. “Okay, it's an obvious factor that I have feelings for him." “So have you ever thought of telling him how you feel? Her friend wondered. “What no way, I won’t ever do that.” She said shaking her head right away. “Well, why not?” “Because, if I did he’ll definitely say no, and he’s still in love with Kikyo don’t forget."
Inu-yasha’s nose picked up something familiar. “That scent.” “It’s Kikyo isn’t it?” “Inu-yasha, it’s okay go see her.” She insisted, turning her head away slightly. Inu-yasha nodded. “I’ll be back I promise." And with that he was gone disappearing into the night.
Inu-yasha looked up at the stars then to her. “Kagome, what do you think of me?” He asked more softly. Kagome’s heart jumped when she heard that question from him. “Where is this coming from… I think of you as a very good friend.” She smiled nervously. “No honestly.” He said more serious. Kagome had her hand on her chest. “Why is he asking me this now?” She thought. “Is it hard for you Kagome?” He asked, walking to her. “What if I told you… I love you?” He said softly.
Kagome’s eyes widened. “What?” “Kagome, I love you.” He admitted. “You mean so much to me.” He said, hugging her a little tighter. Kagome closed her eyes at ease and whispered back. “I love you too, I always have.” She admitted as well. “You did, then why didn’t you ever tell me?” “I couldn’t because of Kikyo I…” She was stopped with his lips locked on hers. “Kagome…I don’t want you to think that anymore.” He said.
Kagome returned the kiss, but then she felt kind of weak in her legs, and her eyesight was getting blurry. “Inu-yasha, I’m not feeling so good, I’m getting nauseous.” Inu-yasha turned her around so her was back was facing him, his arm around her belly keeping her up. “Its okay, Kagome the pain will soon fade away…” He smiled, nuzzling his head in her warm neck.
“Goodness me, even I’m starting to think wrong, did Inu-yasha do something?” Sango pondered with a facepalm. “Thinking wrong?” Shippo repeated. “You don’t need to know, Shippo.” Sango giggled. Miroku was at the fire throwing in more firewood to keep it going; we haven't eaten after the battle.” “You’re right, Kagome must have something in that big yellow bag.” Sango noted. “Yeah.” Miroku got up and walked over to it. Sango was already there protecting it. “Oh no you don’t, we’ll wait till they come back.” Miroku sighed. “Fine.”
With Kagome and Inu-yasha…
“Inu-yasha...” Kagome moaned. Inu-yasha swung her body slightly. “At least that’s off our shoulders eh?” He smiled. Kagome nodded still a little weak, she was getting more and more weak by the moment and yet she didn’t know why. Inu-yasha’s breath was brushing against Kagome’s neck sending shivers down her spine, and he held her tighter. Kagome cringed. “Inu-yasha, you’re hurting me.” She whispered. “I’m sorry I do get carried away sometimes.” He said, but it wasn’t his voice this time. Kagome realized it, and turned her head at him and noticed she was in the arms of someone else.
He smiled at her when he spotted her looking at him. “Hello Kagome my dear.” Kagome was about to scream but was stopped when his hands covered her mouth. Instead she was trying to break free from his grip, but since she was feeling so weak she didn’t have enough strength to do it. “Ssh, don’t worry Kagome, you’re different from the others you know; I’ve never felt so attached to any of my victims, I want to thank you for the kiss you gave me.” He smirked, still covering her mouth.
Kagome then started to release tears from her eyes. “Ooh, are you upset because you didn’t get the confession and kiss from man you truly love?” He chuckled coldly; he pushed her hair away from her neck “You probably know me by now, I’m the vampire named Kura; and from now on you belong to me.” Kagome tried again to get away, but it was useless he was holding her too tight and she was still weak. She was only praying for the one person to come and save her.
Kura, still covering her mouth, bent her over a little revealing her artery which was covered nothing more by a thin layer of her skin, his fangs which appeared to be normal extended to razor sharp points. He licked her neck feeling the pulse of her veins through his tongue. “I would love to do this as painless as I can, but it can’t be helped.” These fangs pierced the very skin of her neck. She screamed at the pain but it wouldn’t penetrate through his cold, dead-like hand; more tears fell from her eyes when she felt her blood being driven out.
“Don’t worry Kagome my dear, the pain will soon fade when you’ve fallen unconscious which shouldn’t be long; well, what do you know, you do possess the blood I’m searching for in that case from tonight you’ll become my bride, but first you have to die or it just won’t do.” Kura whispered in her delicate ear. Kagome was feeling helpless because she knew the person who usually comes to save her won’t come this time. Kura’s lips were at her throat as he continued to feed. “I’m going to enjoy this; I’ll take it slower than usual for it will be another long time before I find blood as pure as yours.” Kagome’s eye lids became heavier and her last thought ran through her mind. “Inu…yasha…” Then she went unconscious at that moment.
With Inu-yasha and Kikyo…
Inu-yasha still in a hug with Kikyo suddenly had a major shock run through his body, like someone or something was telling him something. He pulled away from Kikyo. “Inu-yasha, what’s wrong?” Inu-yasha looked down at Kikyo. “I don’t know, but I gotta go.” Then he noticed Kagome came to his vision when he gazed more at Kikyo. “Kagome?” “Inu-yasha, something’s wrong with my reincarnation?” She guess easily. “I’m not sure but…sorry Kikyo I have leave you now.” He stated, backing away from her.
“She really does mean a lot to you, more than me?” Kikyo spoke. “Kikyo…” “Go.” She said more coldly. Inu-yasha nodded and turned around to leave. “Goodbye Kikyo.” Then he was gone. “Inu-yasha, your feelings for me has changed too; you ask ifI still love you and yet you love my reincarnation, I do not understand.” Then she disappeared with her soul collectors.
Inu-yasha ran back toward the camp when he spotted another light and halted for a moment. The light showed Kagome with a smile calling out his name. “Kagome, is something wrong with Kagome; I’m getting a bad feeling.” And he continued more quickly.
Miroku and Sango were sitting next to each other while Shippo and Kirara were playing a game of tag around a tree close to them. “Ha you can’t catch me.” Shippo teased but crashed his face into the tree. Kirara stopped running and everyone went quiet waiting for Shippo’s reaction. Shippo pushed himself off the tree and sat down. Sango glanced over at Shippo. “Shippo are you…” Then an outburst of laughter came from Shippo. “I’m fine.” His laughter was contagious making them all laugh. Then Miroku was cut off by the attention of Sango’s bottom attracting him closer. Sango still in laughter soon turned into a hardcore fits of rage, and slapped him across the face so hard it could probably heard for miles. “Miroku, you, you…” Then she was cut off by the sound of panting.
They all looked down at the panting hanyou. Inu-yasha let out a deep breath and saw everyone else there except for one, and one he wished wasn’t missing. “You guys, where’s Kagome?” They all looked at each other confused and back at him. “Didn’t you go off into the forest with her a little while ago?” Sango replied. “Huh?” Inu-yasha responded. “And yes it was quite some time you were in there with her, just what were you two doing?” Miroku eyed suspiciously wrong. “What?” “Yes, when you came back from Kikyo for a very short time, you took her into the forest and told us not to follow you, or else.” Shippo mentioned.
Inu-yasha hearing all this felt very uneasy, he turned away from them and said softly. “It wasn’t me.” “What?” The rest of them said. He got annoyed and turned back to them and repeated more loudly and roughly. “I said, it wasn’t me, the person who took off with Kagome must have disguised himself as me and…” Inu-yasha’s nose just caught something. “Kagome’s blood.”
“Blood?” They repeated after him. “No, it can’t be.” He turned around and began to run. “Inu-yasha!” They called after, standing up. “Is it just me, cause I’m still confused.” Shippo stated. “I don’t know what’s going on but we better follow the mentioning of Kagome’s blood isn’t good; Lets go.” Miroku declared. “Wait, could it be, what I think Inu-yasha’s thinking?” Sango pondered she ran back to Kagome’s bag and took out a flashlight. “Sango what are you waiting for lets go?” Miroku said. Sango nodded, she caught Kirara and threw her into the air. The little Kirara then transformed into a saber tooth-like demon and waited for them to get on, and then she took off trying to catch up with Inu-yasha.
Inu-yasha was ahead of them and was running as fast his legs could carry him. “Kagome be strong, don’t give up on me I’m coming!” Inu-yasha yelled out.
End of chapter 5.
Oh another cliffy what will I do, hehe...
Will Inu-yasha save Kagome on time before it’s too late? Find out next chapter, which maybe posted up today.
Wow it seems I’m updating more than one chapter per day, isn’t that good, I don’t have to keep you all hanging.
My idea that came up for this story happened a while ago, I was reading a book with vampires in it (Not Twilight), then I had a vision of the Inu-yasha characters mixed up in it, so I now decided to create it and I’m glad I did it makes me feel so good. The reviews people leave are the thing that’s keeping my spirit up so I want to thank you all.