Your Kyoko Chan Chapter 1: Always Call Me, a skip beat! fanfic | FanFiction
Ren never imagined that agreeing to give Kyoko a ride home would . He'd have to quiz Ren about it later. Putting on his most charming smile the director did his best to generalize Ren's supposed relationship with Kyoko. Ren Tsuruga and Kyoko Mogami are both in love with each other but both have no plans of confessing. Chapter 96 - Ren tricks Kyoko and lays his head down on her lap. Chapter - Kyoko sees Ren in his appearance as Kuon/Corn. While their relationship wasn't as close as Kyoko's relationship with Julie, they had been getting closer. Kyoko looked at her mother, shocked that Ren would tell her. It was a sign that .. "This is a short quiz," Kuu chided her.
Fifteen minutes to show time for him as well. Looking around Ren absently nodded to a colleague of his, one of the five men that were appearing on the show tonight.
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Apparently they'd taken a poll as to the top five men in the entertainment industry their viewers would like to see, and some moron had thought it would be a brilliant idea to put them all on at once. Unfortunately, he hadn't been able to get out of it. Not that he had a problem with three of them, it was the forth that he wanted to personally push out a twenty story building window onto a bed of glass and nails. Never had he hated another human being more.
He disliked the man even more than he did his former self, which was definitely saying something. The feeling was entirely mutual.
Standing on the opposite side of the room Sho was also thinking just how happy he would be if Ren Tsuruga were to meet an unfortunate end, preferably one he himself had a hand in causing. The slick, 'I'm So Cool' bastard. What Kyoko saw in him was completely beyond Sho's comprehension. Sharing a dark, message filled stare with the older man, it seemed that the room got colder from their animosity alone.
She'd begged the president to step in and stop Sho from appearing with Ren Tsuruga, but all to no avail. Apparently the president thought that an out and out brawl between the two would only boost Sho's record sales.
Tsuruga would beat the crap out of Sho. Most people would probably assume that the pacifist Ren wouldn't stand a chance again Sho, but given how much she thought the older man cared for Kyoko, Shoko wasn't so sure Ren wasn't entirely capable of hauling out a can of whoop ass that would reduce her poor Sho to road kill.
That aside, Ren's face really was too beautiful to marr, she thought with female appreciation. She might be tempted to stop Sho, which would not end well for anyone. Sighing, Shoko could only hope the host knew what she was doing. When the show did get underway everything seemed to be going relatively smoothly. The host sat in the middle, while two couches had been situated on either side of her, Sho on one side and Ren on the other.
The host payed equal attention to all their guests and did a good job of boosting all their egos without treading on anyone else's.
They were asked the usual questions, about jobs they were working on, what they considered their greatest piece of work to date, who they admired in the industry and so on, and so forth. The sparks didn't fly until twenty minutes into the questions, when the questions turned to their personal lives.
Each man was asked about the special someone in their life or lack there of. As was typical, the men answered casually, listing off some of the well known beauties they'd dated recently, each trying to make themselves seem to be the head Cassanova of the group. Than it was Ren's turn to be asked, and the host dropped her little bomb with ill disguised glee.
The one who injured herself? They were from the same agency and he had seen the actress with Ren a time or two. He had been very impressed to see how she'd progressed as an actress since she'd challenged Ruriko, particularly her portrayal of Mio in Dark Moon.
Knowing exactly what a deer caught in headlights feels, Ren didn't know what to do but play dumb. I happened to hear you remind your manager to pick her up, and I distinctly heard him reassure you that nothing would happen to YOUR Kyoko chan and that he'd have her here in a jiffy. Swearing didn't fit his image, and would only draw the reporters down on him like vultures on a fresh carcass. Denying would get him nowhere, so he had to try and dampen the fires and pray the host lost interest.
Putting on what he hoped was a calm, reasonable smile, Ren did his best to answer with all the diplomacy of a seasoned diplomat. Mogami is a friend of mine. If this in any way jeopardized his relationship with Kyoko there was going to be hell to pay and Yashiro was paying it.
They'd make a pretty cute couple, now that he thought about it. He'd have to quiz Ren about it later. Putting on his most charming smile the director did his best to generalize Ren's supposed relationship with Kyoko. Kyoko is an amazing actress, and Ren always does what he can to help new talent improve their acting abilities. They really look up to him. Mogami appeared in one of Mr.
Fuwa's promo clips, which is where he knows her from. This was one wily fox, disguised as a simple talk show host. And she was out for blood.
Mogami played Mio in the drama. She did an excellent job. Seems sort of late, doesn't it? After all, it was late in the evening, far too late for simple friends to be getting together, especially during the work week.
Neither actor or actress were known for their partying or clubbing, so those seemed unlikely as well.
Tsuruga wasn't involved in a project with this Kyoko as far as they knew, so what reason could there be for the two to be getting together for professional reasons. The most logical assumption was, therefore, that the two were having a late night rendezvous which could signal not only a romantic entanglement, but a possibly sexual one at that.
The blood had been scented, the hounds were giving chase. Ren was in a world of trouble and he was fast coming to the conclusion that he must have massacred this woman's family in a past life, for her to be coming after him this enthusiastically.
She was all but licking her chops with a fork and knife in hand. He was going to have to elaborate and lie really, really well. You must be very close, since they don't feel it problematic or rude to ask someone like you to play chauffeur. He wasn't used to being on the defensive like this, and he'd gotten rusty, Ren thought, trying not to wince as he recalled the blood bathes of past L.
Mogami and I belong to the same agency, I've given her rides home upon occasion and so they knew I wouldn't consider it too much of an inconvenience to do so again. At least I can tell Ren apart as he is the only one with a face like that with black hair. Erin I never thought of it that way, but that makes sense.
While I appreciate the girl falling for the more mature guy, in this situation it feels too unequal power-wise. XD Still have a general one planned, if I ever get it done. But I like Skip Beat! The more people who point out questionable things, the better, I say. The thing with the formality in Ren and Kyouko I hope will soon but surely slowly be resolved.
The mangaka is working on that exact thing with the latest chapters, and seeing Corn and Kyouko get along so well makes me really excited for the future and what their relationship will be like! As you said, I think many people use it as a statement of mutual commitment.
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It just reminds me of someone laying claim to something like you might with an inanimate object, telling someone else to stay away from it.
I think he only now started understanding his own feelings. Imagine how different all the controlling situations would have been if he and Kyoko had been in an established relationship or aware of each others feelings. Kyoko would have never accepted a dress from her coworker and I think she would have acted with way more anger towards Sho.
Also, I absolutely despise Sho. Simply by answering the phone! I did the same stuff when I was going through a divorce.