The Ties That Bind Us - Ch 2The Ties That Bind Us - Ch 2 in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Summary: Kaiba Seto's life is in danger and a worried Mokuba goes behind his brother's back and enlists the help of one Jounouchi Katsuya. But what will happen when a gun is fired at Seto and the outcome is both familial and fatal?! Seto xJou.
The Ties That Bind Us
Chapter 2: The Intrusion
"Is everything prepared, Roland?" Seto asked the older man as he glanced around at the party guests, noticing a mop of blond hair and a spiky starfish head come in laughing.
Hmm, it appears the mutt can clean up rather well, somewhat put off that he didn't look like the dog in a penguin suit that he'd pictured in his head earlier.
"Yes, sir. The exhibit has been set up as specified. We're ready for the opening," Roland replied in low tones.
"Very good," Seto murmered before turning around and calling behind him. "Ishizu."
She nodded in reply, stepping onto the platform that sat across from the curtained off room. She cleared her throat, clinking a spoon against h
The Ties That Bind Us - Ch 1The Ties That Bind Us - Ch 1 in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Title: The Ties That Bind Us
Author: Demitria Miriam
Pairing: Seto x Jou
Disclaimer: I do not own YGO and make no money off this piece of fiction.
Notes: First YGO fic. It was fun to come up with, hopefully it's enjoyable, too. I think SetoxJou is my current OTP. I'm a total traitor to SessxInu (cry!). Also majority of names will be from original Japanese manga/anime, but a few will be from the English version (such as Roland, instead of Isono) and "mutt" instead of "make inu". Sorry if this bothers anyone!
Summary: Kaiba Seto's life is in danger and a worried Mokuba goes behind his brother's back and enlists the help of one Jonouchi Katsuya. But what will happen when a gun is fired at Seto and the outcome is both familial and fatal?! Seto xJou.
Chapter 1: The Exhibit
The city of Domino was all abuzz with the news of a geological find of the century coming to their modest city's museum. The exhibit was to be displayed exclusively at the Domino Museum, graciously h