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Chapter Fifty-Six: Now You Know

Yuki's POV

"No Haruhi! It's just regular old tuna by no means fancy!" My brother's scream woke me from my pleasant and exciting dream.

"Shut up, moron! Some people are trying to sleep!" I yelled at him, "Who gives a shit what kind of tuna she eats! It's her life!"

I turned my head back into my pillow and went back to sleep, trying to get back into the dream I had.

Kimi's POV

"That was fun!" I exclaimed after we came back from shopping.

"Yeah, it was a great sale." Haruhi agreed, "Now all we have to do is clean and do laundry."

"Can we do that to music?" I asked. That's how Sumi, Yuki, and I set up for cosplays and it made it go by faster.

"Sure, that might be fun." Haruhi agreed smiling.

We stopped when we saw people crowding around the back of a limo.

"You've gotta be kidding." Haruhi sighed. I smiled softly and shook my head, when I saw the guys getting out of the limo.

"Guess the boys decided to pay a visit." I replied, and then noticed Kyoya holding a sleeping Yuki, "And they decided to take Yuki along for the ride."

"They couldn't have let her sleep?" Haruhi asked.

"Her brother's Tamaki, what do you think?"

"You're right."

"So this is where Haruhi lives?" Kaoru asked.

"It's pretty big." Hikaru commented, "Bigger than I thought it would be."

"Maybe if we slowly walk away in the other direction they won't know we were here and leave." I suggested to Haruhi.

"You think it's not too late?" Haruhi asked.

"Never know till you try." I replied.

Kyoya's POV

"Kyoya, why?" Tamaki asked me, "Why did you bring these idiots with us?! Especially those two dopplegangers!"

I sighed, hoping Yuki's ability to sleep through loud, annoying noises persisted, and answered Tamaki, "Well, you see I knew you wouldn't have the courage to come here alone, so I thought it would be best if everyone came along, although what I wasn't expecting was for my girlfriend to me sleeping and thrown into my arms as soon as I got to your house. I'll just take everyone home." I went over to Hikaru and Kaoru, "C'mon let's go home, I guess I underestimated our great leader."

"What?" They asked confused, "I'm not going home."

"Sorry!" Tamaki said stopping us, "Don't leave. I don't want to be alone."

Yuki's POV

When I woke up, not only was I dressed, I was outside and carried by Kyoya.

"I'm confused." I told Kyoya tiredly.

"You're brother's an idiot." Kyoya sighed, "He's decided to pay a visit to Haruhi."

"Oh great." I yawned, "Do you know how I came to get here, dressed?" I leaned my head against his shoulder, "Last I remember I was in my bed in a lace and satin cami and shorts, and now I'm in jeans and a t-shirt?" And then I noticed what was missing. That woke me up completely. "Why the hell am I missing a bra? Which moron decided to taken upon themselves to dress me?"

"That would most likely be your brother; you were like this when he handed you to me."

"You knew and you didn't say anything?!" I retorted, "What the hell is wrong-"

"I didn't know." Kyoya interrupted, "All I knew was you were showered, dressed, and asleep."

"I'm killing my brother and making you president and taking your job."

"Good to know." Kyoya nodded, setting me down, "I thought you might want these though." He pulled out a garment bag from the limo. I opened it; there was a navy blue spaghetti strap sundress with a red and white floral print that had a built in bra and there was a jean jacket that came with it.

"There's a slip that comes with this right?"

"It's in the bag." He replied, zipping it up. I kissed him happily. He kissed me back, pulling me closer to him, "We aren't supposed to do that in public." He teased pulling away.

"Good thing those limo drivers aren't ours then." I smirked. Hikaru and Kaoru and Hunny's drivers by the looks of it drove us here.

"Yeah, but the rest of us are here and rather not watch you two." Hikaru commented.

"Then look away." I countered.

"Now listen up men, don't you forget, we must be polite. It's a casual, we just happened to be in the neighborhood visit." Tamaki said, commanding our attention, "We're not here to judge the Fujioka family's life style. The words shabby, cramped, and rundown are absolutely forbidden."

Everyone except Kyoya and I agreed.

"Don't say anything to offend Haruhi or her father and make them ask us to leave."

"Well, it's too late for that!" Haruhi yelled at us, "Go away!"

"Hi guys!" Kimi greeted, "Hi Yuki!"

"Hey Kimi!" I greeted her.

"Can Yuki stay?" Kimi asked, "She could help us."

"If she wants to, yeah." Haruhi agreed.

"That'd be nice." I smiled, "You mind if I change though, my brother's an idiot and I'm missing somethings in my wardrobe."

"Yeah." Haruhi nodded, "No problem."

Kyoya handed me the garment bag. I kissed his cheek and walked over to Kimi and Haruhi.

"What are you doing here?" I asked Kimi.

"We'll tell ya later." Kimi replied.

"I like your outfit." I complimented Haruhi.

"That one piece is cute." All of the guys, except for Kyoya and Takashi, compliemented Haruhi.

"Shut up!" Haruhi yelled at them "Get the hell out of here."

Tamaki freaked out that Haruhi cursed at them and blamed Hikaru and Kaoru.

"I curse at you all of the time." I commented dryly.

"You're different, you're manners and temper are worse." Tamaki replied, brushing me off.

"Excuse you?" I crossed my arms. Kyoya raised an eyebrow.

"I mean there's nothing wrong with your temper or your manners." Tamaki retracted, "You're my sister and you're lovely, but your temper's a little short."

"Look who's talking." I countered, before Haruhi was asked if everything was alright and if the police had to be called. Tamaki pulled his prince routine and started to charm her.

"And he's got her." Haruhi commented.

"Why do people fall for that?" Kimi asked.

"I have no idea." I replied, "Am I really that bad?"

"No." Haruhi shook her head.

"No worse than Tinkerbell." Kimi shrugged.

We went up to her apartment.

"Okay, here's the deal, I'm only giving you guys a quick peek, a few seconds and then you all go home." Haruhi told the boys.

"Look, I brought you a gift, Haru-chan." Hunny said, holding up a box, "I know how you love cake. There's chocolate and strawberry." He smiled.

"Fine." Haruhi sighed, "I guess I'll make some tea."

She opened the door.

"What a hovel." Hikaru commented. Tamaki yelled at him to shut up.

"A wood built two bedroom unit, that's normal for a commoner family of two." Kyoya commented.

"Haruhi's such a pipsqueak; at least she won't hit her head on the low ceilings." Hikaru commented.

"Well I think it's a super cute little room." Hunny stated.

"You don't have to struggled to compliment it." Haruhi told them.

"I like it." I smiled. "It reminds me of my home in France, well the size and the homey feel, not the look, but the feel. I wish my apartment looked this cool."

"You also said you wished your apartment looked like a Smial." Haruhi commented, "Whatever that is."

"It's a hobbit hole." I shrugged, taking off my shoes, and going inside, "Do you mind if I change?"

"Go ahead." Haruhi replied, "Bathroom's down that way, if you want to use it."

I nodded and said thanks, and went to go change.

When I came back, Tamaki and Hikaru were crying and gushing over Haruhi. I looked at them like they were crazy and sat down next to Kyoya.

"What's with them?" I asked him.

"I'm not quite sure." He replied, "The dress looks nice on you."

"Thanks." I smiled.

"Would you like some cake, Yu-chan?" Hunny asked.

"Yes please." I smiled.

"We save a chocolate caramel just for you." Hunny smiled handing me a piece.

"Thanks." I smiled. I took a bite of the cake and I was in heaven. I saw Kyoya's cake, litte surprised he had it, probably did out of politeness, and stared. It was chocolate mint.

"Would you like to share?" He asked after a moment.

"Really?" I smiled hopefully.

"I don't like sweets, you do." Kyoya shrugged, "If we share it, it'll actually be eaten. I'll try a bit of it and you'll eat the rest."

"Okay." I agreed, trying his cake.

After we were done, Tamaki, Hikaru, and Kaoru suggested lunch, and Hunny made a suggestion of Haruhi making something for us, and after the boys met Haruhi's awesome dad, who Kyoya and I had been talking to for a while over the phone and a couple of times I had met him, we followed Haruhi to the supermarket.

Sumi's POV

I looked over the list again. Hana and I were at the supermarket to stock the fridge and freezer.

"Can we get pizza?" Hana asked.

"We can get a couple." I nodded, "But we're also going to get steaks, and chicken, and a bunch of different types of foods. And I think to celebrate we'll get cake and ice cream and some other types of desserts."

Hana looked at me confused.

"You'll like them they're sweet." I smiled.

We picked up some different types of meat, a couple of pizzas and some other types of foods that were actually healthy.

"Let's go look at the sweets." I told her taking her to the bakery section; we'd get the ice cream last.


Surprised, I looked over to see Hunny and Takashi.

"Hi." I greeted them nervously, not really knowing what to say to them, well mostly to Takashi. Hana hid behind me shyly; I wasn't really surprised, she was like this when Kyoya first came as well.

"Who's this?" Hunny smiled, referring to Hana.

"This is my daughter, Hana." I replied, and then looked down at Hana, "Hana, this is Takashi and Hunny." I introduced her to the two, "Hunny got Patches for me to give to you." I told her referencing her stuffed animal bunny.

"I love that bunny!" Hana exclaimed.

"I know you do." I smiled, "Can you say hi to them?"

She looked at the two and said hi, and then tugged on my arm, I looked down at her, "The tall one's handsome and really tall."

"He definitely is." I nodded, and then looked to Hunny, and changed the subject, "Hunny, maybe you can help us. Hana has never really had any desserts ever, no cake, no pie, no ice cream, no brownies, candy, or cookies, nothing like that, you know a lot about sweets and desserts, what would you suggest for someone who's never really tried any?"


"Yeah?" I looked down, "How about Hunny takes me and we go and pick out them out?"

"I like that idea." Hunny agreed.

"Alright." I nodded. I knew she'd be okay with Hunny. Hunny took her hand and they went off in search of different sweets.

I looked down. We stood in awkward silence for a moment.

"So, you're okay?" Takashi broke the silence.

"Had help from a friend." I nodded, "Apparently I'm an heiress."

"How's that going?"

"I wouldn't know; I didn't want the money. I live in a townhouse." I replied, "I put some money away for Hana's education and college, put together an emergency fund, and I found something else to do with the estates that would be more useful than anything I'd think of to do with them."

"What'd you do?" He asked interested.

"One's being fixed up and being turned into a home for the girls in the orphanage and any other children who've lost their parents; it's going to be refurbished and well staffed. Another is going to be turned into a home for runaways; it would be for kids or teens who feel like they have no where else to go to still have a home. The third one is going to be turned into a summer camp for orphans all over the country." I sighed and looked down, "The last one was on an island off the coast and was given to you guys. I gave it to the Host Club to do with what you will."

"You gave us a house?" Takashi asked surprised.

"I gave you a beautiful island that happens to have a villa that looks kind of like a castle."


"It was sort of an apology and a thank you." I replied, not really knowing what to say, "I know it doesn't make up for lying, but I wanted to do something for you guys because you all did so much for me."

"You didn't-" Takashi started, but I interrupted him.

"Yes, I did."

"Your daughter was the one you promised to come back for." He stated, changing the subject.

"Yeah." I nodded.

"How old is she?"


"But your-"

"She's adopted." I replied, "When I was around eleven, a baby was dropped off at the orphanage. The mother didn't want her, neither did Nakamura, she was going to leave her out there. I told her it was inhumane and immoral, and Nakamura got her, placed her in my arms, and told me she was my obligation." I shook my head, and looked over to Hana who was happily interacting with Hunny and picking out sweets, "I grew up in that moment, she was my kid. She's never been an obligation."

"It's why you left."

I nodded, "Needed a life for her. She didn't deserve to live her life in that place, none of the girls did."

Another awkward silence ensued as the topic died.

"So, what about you?" I asked bringing up a different topic, "How have you been?"

He shrugged, "Been better, you?"

"Things are just starting to turn around, I mean they're not fantastic, but they're starting to work out for the most part for the better."

He nodded.

"Takashi, I'm sorry again for lying to you about who I was. I didn't know about you when I agreed to switch places, if I did, I wouldn't have."

"You never let us call you Natsumi." He pointed out, and then asked, "The languages, martial arts, and the different courses, did you learn all of those?"

I nodded, "Yuki and Hunny tutored me and I read every book I could. Hunny trained me in Tae Kwon Do and Karate, different maths and sciences, Japanese history, etiquette. Yuki taught me every language she knew, and she learned German with me, so I wouldn't have to try to learn it on my own. She taught me about literature, music, movies, how to drive, how to be a normal teenage girl. Between the two of them, and the extra work I did on my own I went from being uneducated to having the third highest grade point average."

"Why?" Takashi asked confused, "Why would you put yourself through that?"

"I did it for you."


"At first, it was because I liked you when I met you. I couldn't put my finger on it, but there was something about you that I liked. The more I got to know you, the more I liked you, and the more I wanted to learn, so that maybe, just maybe you'd like me or find something interesting about me too and for some reason you did, and the more I fell in love with you. The whole time feeling guilty for switching places and lying, and told myself for over a year that you were going to hate me, I did."

He opened his mouth to reply, but before he could, Hana and Hunny came back with the desserts.

"Okay, mommy, we've got the desserts!" Hana exclaimed, as they put them in the cart.

"Great." I smiled at her, "Ready to go home?"

"Yeah." She nodded.

"It was nice seeing you guys again." I told them, before we went to go check out.

"Nice meeting you!" Hana called to them, waving.

Hunny's POV

I took a look at Takashi when they left. He was sad; it only showed for a moment. He didn't talk about Sumi; he hadn't shown he was affected by all of this since the day she left. From that look, I could tell he wanted the fairytale ending that Yuki lectured him about. He wanted his Cinderella back. He wanted to runaway with his Anastasia. He loved her, but I don't think he was quite ready to be the romantic hero yet. I think he needed to sort out his feelings.

I saw the look Sumi gave Takashi when she left. He didn't see it. She was just as sad as he was, in a different way, but still. She loved him, and even though I don't think she quite knew it, she would wait for him, till he was ready. She was holding out for him to be her hero.

Yuki and Kyoya walked over to us.

"Hey, Haruhi's done shopping." Yuki told us, "It's time to go."

We left to go back to Haruhi's apartment and had lunch, where Kimi broke the news that she was now living with Haruhi because her parents kicked her out. She was okay with it, but Kaoru felt really bad. Tamaki told her he'd try to convince his father to give her a scholarship, so she could comeback for her second year, but he didn't know if he could get her back for the end of the semester.

I sighed, "I'll pay."

Everyone looked at me confused.

"I want Kiko-chan to stay, so I'll pay for her to stay at Ouran until Tama-chan can get her a scholarship." I offered.

"Hunny-" Kimi started.

"I'm not taking 'no' for answer." I told her, "I want you to stay with the club and with Kaoru, okay?"

I didn't want to see anyone else separated from someone they loved so soon. I knew Kaoru and Kimi would find a way to be together, but why find a way when they didn't have to. My parents knew I had a good head on my shoulders; they weren't going to question what I spent my money on.

Kimi nodded, "Thank you."

I smiled at her, and we continued with lunch.
So Close Chapter 56
Ouran Fanfic Chapter 56. I don't own Ouran. 
Chapter Fifty-Five: Changes

Kimi's POV

I didn't feel good about this. I wasn't confident that anything would be found, but I had to know. I knew I'd get in trouble for stealing the file, but I had to know what happened. I found Yuki in the club room on the couch reading. I was sort of surprised not to see Kyoya with her; more often than not those two were practically attached at the hip. I guess this made it easier to ask though, she wouldn't ask questions, Kyoya would, a lot of them, and they'd be questions I wouldn't be able to answer.

"Yuki-senpai, I was wondering, since you like detective work and since you were working on a case already, I was wondering if you wouldn't mind looking into something for me?" I asked.

"Yeah." She nodded. I handed her the file and she looked through it, "Do you mind if I show this to Kyoya? He knows more about anatomy than I do."

"Yeah, sure." I nodded, "But I don't know anything else other than what's in the file."

"Alright, that's fine." She replied.

"Thanks." I told her before going to my last class.

Yuki's POV

"Hey you." I smiled watching Kyoya coming in.

"Hi." He kissed my head and sat down. "What's that?"

"Something Kimi asked me to look into and you're going to help me." I told him. He took the file and looked through it.

"This isn't for us to look into, it's for the police." Kyoya replied, closing the file, "Sumi's case is one thing, this could possibly be murder."

"She needed help, Kyo." I replied looking down, "Plus I'm only looking into the case to see what happened. She just wants to know what happened."

"Alright, but try not to help anymore people until you have proper training to." Kyoya sighed, and reopened the file, "The kid died of a heart attack which is extremely rare. He could have had a heart defect or disease that wasn't caught at the time. It also says that due to certain medications he couldn't have anything fermented."

"What if he snuck off with a few other kids with a few beers or a bottle of wine, which mixed with the medication, could have caused a lot of problems-"

"But he couldn't have anything fermented." Kyoya stated.

"What if he didn't know that?" I replied, "And then something could have surprised them which would have increased his heart rate and all three of those together would have given him a heart attack."

"I guess it's possible." Kyoya nodded, "I'll have my men look into it, happy?"

"Thank you." I kissed him lightly.

"Now, I have some business to attend to." Kyoya stated, "Can I take this with me?" He held up the file.

"I don't see why not."

"Alright." Kyoya put the file in his computer bag, and picked it up, "I'll call you later." He kissed my cheek and left.

Sumi's POV

"Sumi, you have to see this!" Cho exclaimed running in.

"Nakamura's being dragged away in handcuffs." Akemi smirked.

"What?" I asked confused.

"There's a bunch of dudes all dressed in black takin' orders from some guy and they took Nakamura away." Cho replied.

I ran downstairs to see what was going on and there was Kyoya with his police force and a team of doctors.

"Kyoya?" I asked confused, "What are you doing here?"

He shrugged, "Here seemed like where I was supposed to be. I had doctors with nothing to do and half a police force who weren't busy. Now if you wouldn't mind sitting down, we have some things that we need to discuss."

"Okay?" I replied, sitting down.

Kimi's POV

When I went home that night, mom and dad weren't home and all of my stuff was packed. My sister, Kisa, was sitting on the couch.

"What's going on?" I asked her confused.

"They found out about you and Kaoru and know you took the file." Kisa replied looking down, "I didn't tell them, I promise. They've been suspecting that something was going on for a while, and I swear I would have told you if I knew what they were going to do-"

"Kisa, its fine." I told her surprisingly calm, "When do I have to leave?"

"They want you gone by the time they get back."

"When do they get back?" I replied.

"Ten." Kisa answered, "I wouldn't use your phone, if I were you."

"Disinherited or bugged?" I asked her slightly annoyed.


"Thanks for warning me." I replied setting my phone down on the table.

She gave me hers, "Call a friend, call Kaoru, call a cab, call whoever you want. I'll go check that you have everything you need and that they didn't throw out anything you want." She left.

I called Haruhi.

"Hey Haruhi, it's Kimi, I need some help." I told her, "Do you know of anywhere I could stay that doesn't cost a lot and any schools I don't have to pay to get into."


"My parents threw me out."


"For dating Kaoru."

"Let me talk with my dad, see if you can stay with us for a while."

"Thanks." I replied.

"No problem." She replied, "I'll call you back?"

"Can you call this number?" I asked her, "I don't have a phone anymore."

"Sure." Haruhi replied, "I'll call you back."

Sumi's POV

"I don't want all of the money and all of the estates and everything, Kyoya." I stated, "I don't need it."

Kyoya nodded, "That's fine. I'm only here to tell you what you have and what I've done, and to help you with what I can."

"And I appreciate it. It's nice to know who I am, or who I was. Thank you for making me legally alive and helping me become an emancipated minor and putting together the paperwork for me to adopt Hana."

"I had the resources to do it." He replied, "Now what would you like to do with everything you've inherited?"

"I've lived for years without a lot of money for years, I can live without it." I told him, "I would like to put away enough money for Hana's education and for her to go to college. I would like an emergency fund; so if something happens, I don't have to worry about not being able to fix it."

"That's all possible and understandable, unneeded but understandable."

"I don't need all of those estates." I shook my head, "And I feel guilty that I have four homes that I don't need and the girls who live here are living a house that should be condemned."

"I've noticed that."

"So, what I'd like to do is fix the estates up to the way they were originally and give one to the girls here and any orphans that need a place to live. Give it a staff that actually cares what happens to them and wants them to be happy and taken care of."

"It'll have the best staff I can find."

"I want another to be a home for runaways." I stated, "I want kids or teens who feel like they have no where else to go to still have a home."

"I'm sure I can put that together without a problem."

"This estate's in a pretty area." I said, showing him a pictures of one othe estates and it's grounds, "Could we make this place a summer camp for the orphans? Any of them in any home in the country? A place they could go to in the summer or during the year in general? A place they could look forward to?"

"It would take some time and a lot of money, but yes."

"Do I have enough money?"

"More than enough." Kyoya nodded, "Would you like to keep the last estate?"

I shook my head, "Actually, I'd like to give it to the Host Club."

"I'm sorry, what?" He asked confused.

"I want to give the estate to the club." I smiled, "Do with it what you will, keep it, sell it, do whatever you want. I don't need an island villa. Think of it as a thank you for everything and I'm sorry for lying to all of you. Now you said I had a little townhouse or something in a nice part of town?"

"A very nice part of town." Kyoya nodded, handing me the file for the townhouse, "Would you like to keep it?"

I looked through the file, "I'd like Hana and I to live in it. It's cute and small and it's perfect for a small family. We don't need a lot."

"Alright, now what would you like to do with the factories?"

Kimi's POV

"Thank you for doing this, for letting me stay, I promise I won't be here too long, I don't want to be a burden." I told Mr. Fujioka and Haruhi.

"Stay as long as you want, Kimi." Mr. Fujioka replied, "You're not a burden. I wouldn't agreed to have you stay if you were."

"Thank you."

"I'll show you our room." Haruhi said. I followed her to her room, "I know it's small-"

"It's perfect." I replied looking at the room.

"You don't have a lot of stuff with you." Haruhi commented.

"I only took the things I felt I needed."

"Two suitcases, a backpack, and a duffle was all you needed?"

"Yeah." I replied, happily realizing how weird it was, "I looked through everything that my parents packed up and threw away and got everything I needed or felt I couldn't live without, and gave the rest to my sister."

"Are you sure you're okay?"

"Surprisingly, yeah." I nodded, thinking about it. I didn't have to lie anymore. I didn't have to sneak around. Did I have other problems to replace it? Sure, but they weren't problems that I couldn't live through.

"Have you told Kaoru?"

"Not yet." I replied, "I couldn't do that on my sister's phone. She offered, but I didn't want any reason for her to get in trouble."

"We'll find a way to tell him and the club this weekend then."

Sumi's POV

"So like Charlie and the Chocolate Factory meets…"

"Build a Bear, but on a bigger scale, is that doable?" I asked him.

"If that's really what you want, I'm sure there's a way we can do it." Kyoya replied.

"I like the idea of giving free toys and if the expansion is done it could be free toys and sweets at Christmastime."

"Alright." Kyoya nodded.

"Now, do I still have to live on till I find a job?"

"You could probably buy a miniscule small country and have enough money."

"I'm that wealthy?"

"One of the wealthiest woman in Japan under twenty-five now that you're alive."

"Don't know how I feel about that."

"To be honest, I'm not sure, if I would either." Kyoya replied, "My men found this while they were searching the office." He held up my duffle bag filled with everything that I had brought with me. "They found this in the desk drawer." He pulled out the black pearl necklace that Takashi had given me out of his pocket and placed it in my hand. I put it on.

"Thank you."

"How about we get you and Hana to your new home?"

"I'd like that." I nodded, "What's going to happen to the Akemi and Cho?"

"One of the men on my police force is interested in adopting them and another girl, he and his wife can't have children."

"That's good."

"You ready to go?"

"Yeah." I nodded, "Let me go get Hana."

I went and got Hana, and Kyoya took us to the townhouse.

"What do you think?" Kyoya asked when we entered.

"I like it." I said touring the house. It was like nothing had been touched. "What do you think, Hana?"

"Does he come with the house?" She asked.

My jaw dropped, surprised at the six year old girl's looked at me amused.

"No." I replied after a moment, "Why would you ask?"

"Akemi says when you get adopted you get a mom, a dad, and a house."

"Sorry sweetie, Kyoya's just a good friend and is in love with a close friend of mine. He's not staying." I explained, "You just get me and the house."

"Sorry Mr. Kyoya." She apologized.

"It's quite alright." Kyoya nodded.

"So, what do you think of the house?"

"It's pretty." She replied, going off to look around.

"Sorry about that." I apologized.

"It's fine." Kyoya replied, "Maybe if I were someone else, that question would have possibly had a different answer."

"I don't think even then." I shook my head, "Thank you."

Kyoya nodded, "I have to go. You two will be fine?"

"Yes, thank you." I replied, "We'll be alright."

"I didn't know if you two had eaten yet so I arranged for food to be delievered in a little bit." Kyoya stated, "Pizza's fine with you two?"

"Pizza's fantastic." I smiled, "You're an angel."

He opened his mouth to retort, but I stopped him.

"Don't worry, Shadow King, your secret's safe with me." I smirked.

"Have a good night, Sumi." Kyoya said after a moment.

"Good night, Kyoya,"

He left and like he said, the pizza was delivered was soon after.
So Close Chapter 55
Chapter 55 of Ouran fanfic, I don't own Ouran
Chapter Fifty-Four: Ever After

Sumi's Dream

"I suppose you're wondering why a woman my age would request an audience with the authors of children's stories." An old woman smiled at the two authors.

"You're letter was most intriguing." One of the authors admitted.

"I find your collection of folktales quite brilliant actually." The old woman stated.

"Thank you." The other author stated.

"I must say however, I was terribly disturbed when I read your version of the little cinder girl." The old woman told them.

"There were some who swore her slipper was made of glass and some said it was made of fur." The first author told her, "For us telling the story with a fairy godmother and magic pumpkins would make the most sense from everything we heard."

The old woman motioned to her servant and he brought her a box.

"You're majesty, may I inquire about the painting?" The second author asked, "It's really quite extraordinary."

"Her name was Sumi, and this was her glass slipper." The old woman said showing them a high heeled shoe, "Perhaps you'll allow me to set the record straight."

"Then it's true?" The first author asked, "But the story-"

"Yes, quite." The old woman nodded, "Now then, what is that phrase you use?" She asked herself, before remembering it, "Oh yes," She nodded, "Once upon a time there lived a young girl who loved her father very much…"

The scene changed to a maid helping a young girl getting dressed and ready to leave.

"Airi, it's just like Christmas! Father is coming back from business and Mother says we get to Europe!"

"I'm sure it will be exciting, my lady." Airi, the maid replied. The young girl ran off as soon as the maid was done putting her in the dress, she ran out the door, Airi called after her, "Sumi, your father arrives any moment!"

Sumi went met up with her friend, Genji, he was the son of one of the servants.

"You look like a girl!" Genji exclaimed.

"That's because I am, half-wit." Sumi replied

"Yeah, but today you look it!" Genji replied.

"Boy or girl, I'm still faster than you." Sumi told him, running off with Genji chasing after her.

By the time girls father returned, both Sumi and Genji were covered in mud and dirt.

"Papa!" Sumi exclaimed when she saw her father. She ran to him and he picked her up and kissed her cheek.

"You look exactly the way I left you." Her father smiled, "I'm guessing your friend Genji's around here somewhere."

"No, sir!" Sumi exclaimed, "I slaughtered him!"

Her father turned to see Genji soaked head to toe in mud. He chuckled, "And so you did." He put her down, "I hoped to leave with a little lady." He laughed and shook his head, "Well, I'll suppose you'll have to do. Your bags packed?"

Sumi nodded vigorously. They left to go meet her mother and to get on the boat for their trip.

Their trip was magnificent, but when they came back a storm hit and their boat sunk, only the little girl survived. The police investigated what happened and who the girl was, but they found nothing and girl was thrown into the closest orphanage and that's where she grew up.

The scene changes and fastforwards several years, the young girl is now a young woman.

"Get up you brats!" Nakamura, the owner of the orphanage, yelled, "You've got a house to clean! Move it!"

The girls looked to each other and scattered to clean the house.

"It's the hardnock life for us." Sumi sang throwing a sponge in the water bucket.

"It's the hard knock life for us!" The rest of the girl repeated.

"'Stead of treated" Sumi started.

"We get tricked!" The girls finished.

"Instead of kisses," Sumi started.

"We get kicked." The girls finished.

"It's the hard knock life!" All the girls sang, before running off to find different tasks, "Got no folks to speak of, so,

It's the hard-knock row we how!"

"Cotton blankets," Sumi started.

"'Steada of wool!" The girls finished.

"Empty Bellies" Sumi started.

"'Steada of full!" The girls finished.

"It's the hard-knock life!" They all sang.

"Don't if feel like the wind is always howl'n?" Sumi sang.

"Don't it seem like there's never any light!" Akemi sang.

"Once a day, don't you wanna throw the towel in?" Cho sang.

Hana sighed, "It's easier than puttin' up a fight."

"No one's there when your dreams at night get creepy!

No one cares if you grow...of if you shrink!

No one dries when your eyes get wet an' weepy!" Sumi sang.

"From all the cryin' you would think this place's a sink!" The rest of the girls sang, "Ohhhh!

Empty belly life!

Rotten smelly life!

Full of sorrow life!

No tomorrow life!"

"Santa Claus we never see" Cho sighed.

"Santa Claus, what's that?

Who's he?" Akemi sang.

"No one cares for you a smidge

When you're in an orphanage!" They all sang.

"Stop singing!" Nakamura yelled at the girls, "You're not here to sing, you're here because no one wants you. Go make yourselves useful!" She pulled Sumi back, "Except you. You're going to get all of this for me." She showed her a list of items.

"What makes you think I'd come back?" Sumi scoffed.

"Cause you care what happens to the girls here and I don't." Nakamura retorted.

Sumi sighed. "Give me the damn list."

Nakamura threw Sumi out the door and Sumi went into town in search of the items. What no in the town knew though was that day the prince was walking around the town in normal clothes.

"Why the hell does she need all this crap?" Sumi asked herself, shifting her arms to carry all of the boxes she had. Too busy paying attention to the boxes and not trying to drop or break anything, she crashed into the prince. "I'm sorry." She apologized starting to pick up the boxes, not looking up at who she bumped into, until their hands touched. Both of them looked at each other.

Dark grey eyes met deep blue ones. All it took was a look and the two fell in love. Just one look and their lives were forever changed.

The prince helped her with the boxes. She smiled at him, "Thank you."

"No problem." He nodded.

"I'm Sumi."

"Takashi." He smiled, "Live around here?"

"You could say that." Sumi replied, "You?"

"You could say that." He told her, repeating her words, "Lot of boxes." He noted as they stood.

"Errands." Sumi replied sheepishly.

"Ah. On one of those as well." Takashi nodded, "For the prince."

"You've met the prince?" Sumi asked in surprise.

"Yes." Takashi nodded.

"I've heard he's handsome." She smiled, "Quiet, but very handsome."

"He is." Takashi replied.

"Strong and brave…"

"None like him." Takashi smirked.

"I wish I could meet him."

"Oh, I'll tell him."

"Thank you." She blushed as he started to lean into her.

"Oh, you're welcome."

The bell on the clock tower chimed, Sumi looked up at the the clock and got scared, not that she would show it, she'd been gone too long.

"I'm sorry, I have to go." Sumi told him.

"Will I see you again?" Takashi asked her.

"I don't know." Sumi replied, "Maybe."

She ran back to the orphanage with Prince Takashi watching her leave.

"What took you so long?" Nakamura asked at her when she got back.

"I had to wait for some things." Sumi replied, "Patience is a virtue you know."

"Don't get smart with me, kid." Nakamura retorted, "You're lucky you've gotta roof over your head."

"I'd rather be out there fending for myself than with you, but I'm not here for me." Sumi glared.

"Get upstairs." Nakamura retorted, throwing her hand up.

Sumi ran upstairs. She was called down a few hours later and standing before her was a girl who looked exactly like her

"I'm Natsumi." The girl introduced herself, "Just call me your faiy godmother."

"Sumi." She nodded, "You're insane."

"That isn't nice and I came to help you." Natsumi crossed her arms, "I can get you out of here."

"How?" Sumi replied skeptically.

"Once you step out that door, anyone from your past that you met before today will forget you existed until the full moon." Natsumi told her, "The night of the full moon at midnight, you have to come back or there will be dire consequences."

"What about Hana, Cho, and Akemi?" Sumi asked, "They need me."

"If you wish for them to remember you, they shall, but they cannot go with you." Natsumi replied, waving her hand.

"I have no choice in this, do I?" Sumi replied dryly.

"No." Natsumi replied, pushing her out the door. "You're welcome." She smiled and then disappeared, waving.

With some searching she managed to a job working for identical twins who owned a dress shop and room and board over a bakery owned by a girl who rented it out to another girl who was in debt and couldn't pay her rent so she was stuck working in the bakery as well.

The scene changes to inside the castle, Prince Takashi is talk to two other guys.

"So let me get this straight, you meet a beautiful commoner girl, you fall for the beautiful commoner girl, and you tell her you're a servant to the crowned prince." One of them asked, and then added sarcastically, "That's absolutely brilliant."

"I think it's smart." The other smiled.

"How is it intelligent at all?" The first one asked.

"Kyoya, Mitsukuni." Takashi said getting their attention, "You're both right, this way I get to know her though as myself, and not a prince."

"This is going to blow up in your face." Kyoya told him dryly.

"Possibly." Takashi shrugged nonchalantly.

"We'll help him though." Mitsukuni commented.

"I do not see why I must take any part in this." Kyoya stated, "I'm an artist and here to see your brother, the King. I'm not a servant to the crown; I'm a visitor, a guest. I don't have to help."

"You're my friend." Takashi pointed out, "Reason for the invitation."

"Fine what do I have to do?" Kyoya sighed.

Between the three of them they came up with a plan and Prince Takashi was free to see Sumi without any problems. The more they got to know each other the more they fell in love. They discussed books, food, and anything else that came to mind, sometimes they talked about nothing at all, and sometimes they enjoyed the silence. There was only one problem for Sumi, the more days that passed, the closer it got to the full moon.

"There's a masque ball on the 31st." Takashi mentioned to Sumi.

"Isn't that the full moon?" She replied.

"I guess." Takashi replied, "Would you like to go with me?"

She looked down blushing unsure of what to say. She wanted to say yes, but she couldn't and she couldn't say no that would have given him the wrong impression. He saw the blush and told her if she'd like to go with him, then meet him at the ball, and if she didn't, then he'd have his answer. He kissed her cheek and then left.

The night of the ball, Sumi stayed volunteered to stay behind and close up shop as the twin merchants went off to the ball with the baker and the roommate.

"So you want to go to the ball?" Natsumi appeared, "Not in our deal, but if you want to-"

Before she could finish her sentence, she disappeared.

"Where did she go?" Sumi asked confused.

"Somewhere I hope she never escapes from." A girl said as she came out of the shadows, "Do you know how she got you here?"

"Magic?" Sumi guessed.

"Pure black magic." The girl nodded, "Pure evil. Believe me I've done you a favor, kid. All magic comes with a price. You should go back to your life and thank your lucky stars you have something to go back to."

"The life I'm going back to tonight is wretched." Sumi shook her head.

"Then change it." The girl replied, shaking her head again, "You can't handle magic."

The girl started to leave, Sumi chased after her, asking her to wait. She stood in front of the other girl, "I can handle it. Please I will do anything to not go back and to get the people I care for out of it, anything."

"Anything?" The other girl asked.

"Do you know how to do, Miss…" Sumi fell short when she came to the name of the other girl.

The girl bowed, "Yuki and yes, of course I do."

"Then help me." Sumi replied, "And my friends."

Yuki straightened, "Now if I do, and you can indeed shoulder the" She searched for the right word, "consequences, then you'll owe me a favor."

"Name it." Sumi stated, "What do you want?"

"Something precious." Yuki replied vaguely.

"I have nothing." Sumi replied.

"But you will, with this wish will come riches more than you know." Yuki replied.

"I care nothing for riches, I'll give you anything you want, just get me and the other girls out of that life."

"Now we're talking." Yuki smirked.

"Well how does it work?"

"Fear not, my needs are small and all you have to do is sign on the dotted line." Yuki pulled out a contract, "Do we have a deal?"

"Yes." Sumi signed it without hesitation, without reading it, just happy she and the other girls were getting out of that life.

Yuki waved her hand and Sumi's dress became a ball gown and her plain shoes became heels.

"I'll give ya till midnight to charm the prince and kiss him, you do and you get to keep the life you had here, and you can pay me back later." Yuki told her, "You don't: well, I'll tell you what happens then when it does."

"But I'm not in love with the Prince; I'm in love with his servant."

"Things are not always as they appear." Yuki replied.

"I'm in love with the prince?"

Yuki nodded, "He's the prince, you're an orphan who ran into him, and both got swept off your feet. Very sweet, lovely story, you have somewhere to be and not talking to me."

"I just have one more question before I go." Sumi said.

"What now?" Yuki asked slightly vexed.

"What makes your magic different than Natsumi's?"

"Mine's white magic." Yuki replied dryly before leaving.

Sumi smiled and left for the ball excited.

"Hey you." Yuki said appearing before her husband, the artist, and guest of the royal court, Kyoya. He turned around to face her surprised to see her sitting on their bed.

"Where have you been?" He asked her, "I've been looking for you all day."

She looked anywhere, but at him.

"You promised, you wouldn't do that here." He stated, taking her hands in his, "You know how King Tamaki feels about magic." He kissed her hands, "I don't want anything to happen to you."

"She needed help, Kyo." She replied, looking down, "Plus she's not going to remember me or Natsumi when the Prince kisses her anyway. She signed the thing without even reading it like they all do."

"Alright, but try not to help anymore people." Kyoya sighed.

The scene changes to the ball and Sumi is making her way down the steps. She saw the people dance and watched amazed, and then she saw Takashi. Yuki was right, he was the crowned prince.

"Servant to the crown, huh?" She smirked.

Takashi turned around surprised to see her, but incredibly happy she came.

"You know?" He asked surprised.

She nodded, "I don't care. Either way I still love you."

His finger brushed through her hair and landed on the back of her head, he pulled her into a deep kiss. She kissed him back passionately, placing a hand on the back on his head. Each kiss showing their love and desire.

The scene changes back to the old woman and the two authors.

"…They were married. The artist, Kyoya, by his wife's request painted that picture for them and it hung in a university for centuries, but by then the truth of the rumors had been reduced to a simple fairytale." The woman finished, "And while Cinderella did live happily ever after, the point, gentlemen, is that they lived."
So Close Chapter 54
Chapter 54 of Ouran Fanfic. I don't own any version of Cinderella, Ouran, or It's a Hard Knock Life.
Chapter Fifty-Three: Disappearing to Neverland

Yuki's POV

"Have you got anything?" Kyoya asked trying to go through different files.

"No, you?" I replied sadly.

"No." He shook his head, "Keep digging we're bound to find something."

We'd been at this for days and so far we had nothing. We had found Sumi; that was the easy part. We even found Natsumi. We needed to find Sumi's backstory. When she told me the little bits she knew of her past before she met us, she didn't remember the exact age she was sent to the orphanage, she guessed around ten, or her life before it, so it made things harder.

"Oh, well, this is interesting." Kyoya commented.

"What?" I asked, "You find something on Sumi?"

"In a way, I guess you could say that." He replied, "I had someone look into the orphanage and they've found some interesting things, on charges of child abuse alone that orphanage is going to be shut down and he found her name."

"Who's name?" Takashi asked. We hadn't really told him what we'd been doing for that past several days.

"You found her name? Is it Hatsumi?" Hunny asked as he and Takashi came over.

Kyoya nodded, "Her name is Hamasaki, Hatsumi."

"I guess the parents had a thing for alliteration." Kimi commented.

"Well, at least we have a name to go on now." I sighed and typed in 'Hamasaki' into the search engine on my laptop. "Oh my god." I said in surprise of what came up. I pulled up the first story and began to read.

"Tragic Day for Toys

Actress Hamasaki Mizuki (26) and Hamasaki Taiyo (28), Owner of Toys' Inc., tragic death at sea, daughter and sole heir, Hamasaki Hatsumi (5) nowhere to be found.

What was supposed to be a luxurious and extravagant vacation ended as tragedy for many as the Epic, a Norwegian Cruise Line ship, was dismembered by a category five hurricane. Very few rescued survivors-"

"But wouldn't she remember something like that?" Hunny asked.

"Not if she hit her head or almost drowned." Kyoya and I replied.

"So why do Natsumi and Sumi look alike?" Tamaki asked.

"Well, either they both could have been adopted or they just do, I guess." I replied shrugging, "Either's plausible." I looked to Kyoya, "Kyo, can you look into that?"

"Already working on it."

"Anyone know anything about Toy's Inc or Hamasaki Mizuki?" I asked.

"Toys' Inc. was a major toy company. For a while, it was the biggest, wealthiest toy company in Japan. It collaborated with many different companies: Disney, Hasbro, Tokyo Pop- You name it, they probably did it. And the owners loved kids, every year around Christmastime, they gave out free toys to all of the kids who came into their stores and then Christmas eve, the owner himself would bring whatever surplus toys they had in the factories and the extra toys that they didn't sell at their before Christmas sale. They liked to empty the shop before they closed for the holidays. It closed down about around twelve years ago. The toys were all sold or given away and the stores were closed." Hunny answered. Everyone, except Takashi and Kyoya, looked at him surprised.

"How?" Kimi asked.

"I collect." Hunny answered, "They had some of the best stuffed animals and toys before they closed down. They really didn't have much information about the owner, the people were very private."

"Hamasaki, Mizuki was a theatre actress." Takashi told us, "She was mostly in musicals. Her notable performances were Velma Kelley in Chicago, Eliza in My Fair Lady, Belle in Beauty and the Beast, Cinderella, Polly in Crazy for You, and Columbia in Rocky Horror. Her last performance was in a stage version of Anastasia."

"How-" I started to ask him confused.

"Takashi's parents first date was My Fair Lady. For their first anniversary, they went to see Crazy for You. When Takashi and I were kids, they took us to see Anastasia with Hamasaki Mizuki in it. Come to think about it, Takashi, do you remember the little girl who was sitting next to us? She was by herself, we played with her during intermission and after the show."

"Vaguely." Takashi replied.

"What if that was Sumi?" Hunny asked him. Takashi raised an eyebrow at him. "The girl could have been Sumi."

Takashi shrugged.

"Oh, wouldn't that be something." Kimi gave an astonished smile, "Actually, it'd be a lot like Anastasia, well the cartoon movie. You know, Hatsumi would be Anastasia, Sumi-senpai would be Anya. Mori-senpai would be Dimitri, although Kyoya-senpai is more of a Dimitri in character, but anyway, Dimitri and Anastasia met when they were children before her accident and they meet again when they're adults and fall in love."

"So, how many kiddie movies have you been watching lately?" Hikaru asked.

"It was one of the movies we watched the last time all of us had a girls night." I answered, as I typed.

"As interesting as this conversation is and as much as I'd like to go into depth of what fictional characters we all are, there's still an heiress who thinks she's a commoner stuck in an orphanage with no actual way to get herself out of it." Kyoya said pulling us back to focus.

"I've got a question, what happened in the five year gap between this and when she got to the orphanage?" Tamaki asked confused.

"Police investigations, foster homes, who knows." I shrugged.

Sumi's POV

"I'm scared." Hana stated, "She's in one of her moods again."

"It's alright." I told her, "We'll get out of here soon, all of us."

What else was I supposed to say? I couldn't tell her that our lives sucked and we were stuck here 's six! I can't tell her that.

"Where could we go we wouldn't be found?" Cho asked skeptically.

"I don't know, I'm kind of fond of Neverland." I smiled softly.

"Never heard of it." Cho replied.

"I have." Akemi smiled, "It's real."

"Then why haven't I heard of it?"

"Cause you were too young to when ya came." Akemi retorted, "Tell us about Neverland, Sumi."

"I want her to sing again." Hana argued.

"Too bad, she's telling us about that Neverland place." Cho replied.

"I can do both, Cho." I laughed, and pulled Hana on my lap, "Whenever I am frightened,

If I ever feel alone,

I turn to the night sky

And a star I call my own

Somewhere I can run to

Just across the Milky Way

If you like

I can take you

It's just a light-year

And a day" I put Hana on the bed next to the girls and stood, and turned to face them, like I was telling them a story, "We can sail away tonight

On a sea of pure light

We can navigate the stars

To bring us back home

In a place so far away

We'll be young

That's how we'll stay

Every wish is a command

When we find ourselves

In Never Neverland." I smiled as my imagination took hold of me as I thought about the song and the place I was talking about. I could tell the girls were pretty excited about it to. "Picture a land that you never have seen

When life is simple

And you learn all and everything

A future of happiness

All in your hands

All in this place I created

That I call Neverland!" I sang as I watched the girls jump onto different beds and starting to play happily.

"We can sail away tonight

On a sea of pure light

We can navigate the stars

To bring us back home!

In a place so far away

We'll be young,

That's how we'll stay." I sighed, and looked down, "When every wish is a command,

When we find ourselves

In Never




"I wanna go!" Cho exclaimed.

"Me too!" Hana exclaimed.

"So that's where we'll go when we're able to get out of this place." I told them, "Now get some sleep before Nakamura finds out we're all up.
So Close Chapter 53
Chapter 53 of Ouran Fanfic. I don't own Ouran or the song Never Neverland from Finding Neverland. 
Chapter Fifty-Two: Once Upon a Time

"Sumi, you're bleeding." Akemi noted. I had been here for almost a month now. And things were getting worse by the day.

"That's because Nakamura's got her punching bag back." I stated, "How's everyone been? What happened while I was gone?"

"She got angry." Akemi replied, "We didn't get food for almost a week. It wasn't till Nakamura's sister, Maki, came to look after us for a few weeks while Nakamura was out that we actually got real food, the woman may not be able to cook worth a damn, but it was better than eating cold mush."

"She promised to take the orphanage from Nakamura!" Cho exclaimed.

I shushed her, "Don't wake Hana up, it took us forever to get her back to sleep." I looked at the little six year old girl sleeping in the bed across from us, "Cho, Maki is nice and if she got the orphanage from Nakamura, but don't put all of your hopes on it, pie crust promises are easily broken."

"You do know Hana thinks you're going to take her out of here soon, right?" Cho replied, "Or was that just a pie crust promise too, Sumi?"

"I know and it wasn't, I got caught." I told her pointedly, "You try running from Nakamura and see how far you get. It's not possible. I used to think otherwise, but I was wrong."

Eventually Cho amd Akemi got into their beds and fell asleep. I lied awake to think.

I was broken. All I could feel was pain, physical and emotional. My dreams have died. The only man I've ever loved is gone. The promise I've made to Hana, who was like my own kid, I couldn't keep because I got caught. The time I had been away had been for nothing. I was stuck back in my own circle of hell. I was hopeless, helpless, and unforgiven. Everything that had happened brought me to a depressing conclusion. No passion could reach me; I left all the passion behind with Takashi. There were no more lessons that could teach me anything; I highly doubt there was an actual book in this hell hole.

No pain could be deeper. No life could be cheaper. It certainly didn't have much of point anymore. I had no hope left within me for me anymore. If I didn't have the girls to look after, I would just let the world be done with me. If she's hitting me, she's not hitting them. Every decision I made would have to be for them now, like it was before I left, I was living for them. I was keeping myself alive, and keeping myself going for them. I wasn't going to be let out anytime soon. I didn't look my age. I could easily be kept here for longer, but the longer I was here, they longer they were protected.

I sighed and rested my head on the pillow, eventually falling asleep.

Reiko's POV


Like all good stories go, this one begins with 'Once Upon a Time' the cornerstone adage for all good stories; the stories with the forever love 'Happily Ever After'…

Once upon a time, in a far away kingdom, lived a beautiful little girl with her parents. Okay, so it wasn't that long ago and it wasn't a far away kingdom, it was Hiroshima, Japan, but for Sumi growing up, the city was her Kingdom. The mother was a famous theatre actress and the father was the owner of a magnificent toy company. Since the little family was so busy and traveled so much, she was their best friend and they were hers. Although not spending much time around kids her own age, put her behind in the social departments, she never felt like she missed out on anything. She was the luckiest girl in the mother was one of the most famous theatre actresses in all of Japan, people would come around from miles around to see her shows and Sumi had a front row seat to every one of them. Her father's toy company was one of the most well known in the world, his toys were famous, and Sumi had her pick from any one. What did she have to wish for? She had the coolest loving parents. She got to travel. She had everything. What more could a little girl want?

"Mommy!" Sumi exclaimed as her came to get her after her last show for the season. Her mother picked her up, and Sumi whispered about the two little boys playing in the wings, one was very short with very blond hair and the other was slightly taller with dark hair, "I made friends!"

"That's fantastic; maybe you can see them after we come back." Her mother kissed her head, and set her down, "Say goodbye to your friends, we have to go home and pack. I'll be in the lobby, come out when you're done, Hatsumi." Her mother set her down and Sumi ran over to the two boys.

"I have to go now." She told the two boys, "But maybe we could see each other when I get back?"

"We could have cake!" The blond exclaimed.

"Yeah." The dark haired one nodded.

"I'd like that." Sumi smiled, and then hugged the blond, "Bye Mitsu."

"Bye Sumi."He hugged her back. They let go and she went to the dark haired one.

"Bye Taka." Sumi said shyly.

"Bye Sumi…" He looked down shyly. She kissed his cheek lightly and pulled away quickly. He blushed.

"I'll see you?"She asked hopefully. He nodded vigorously.

"Hatsumi!" Her mother called.

"I have to go now." She replied sadly. She started to leave.

"Sumi?" Taka said.

She turned back to him, "Yes?"

He pecked her lips lightly and quickly, "I'll see you."

"See you." She smiled and headed out the door to meet her mother.

The next day Sumi and her family took a cruise together to celebrate Sumi's mother's last show. She was going to take a break so she would be home more often and the family would be together, but they would never be together struck and they're ship went down when they were returning home.

"My music box!" Sumi cried, realizing she forgot it back in the room. She ducked under the crew members trying to board the people on the lifeboats before the ship went down.

"Hatsumi!" Her parents called after her, but the crew stopped them from following after her.

Sumi made it to the room safely and grabbed the music box.

"Come this way out the servant's passages, it's faster." One of the waiters said as she was running back. She followed him and they made it into a boat. Their boat however, like the rest of the ones that made it out into sea, didn't make it too far when the storm hit.

Hatsumi like most of the people on the ship were lost to the sea. So many lives were lost that night. What had always been was now gone forever. Hatsumi and her parents never saw each other again.

"Hey, I think this one's still alive." She heard a voice say.

"How the hell did she even make it?" Another asked.

Sumi opened her eyes. She didn't know where she was or who she was, all she knew was she was wet, cold, and there were people surrounding her.

"Do you know what your name is?" A person asked.

"I don't know." She replied, "I think it's Sumi…"

"Well, Sumi, we're going to get you some help and then we're going to take you somewhere where you'll be taken care of."

They did take care of her. They got her a doctor and got her checked out, and then they sent her somewhere they thought would take care of her. She was sent to the orphanage.

Since she didn't know who exactly she was and couldn't remember anything of her past, the police looked into her case, but to no avail. Nothing was found. There was nothing on her; it was like she didn't exist. Sumi didn't have anything, and to the orphanage owner Nakamura, she now had to take care of Sumi.

End Dream

I woke up in a cold sweat. I rarely had a vision instead of a dream, without checking to see what time it was I called Hunny, he was friends with Sumi.

"Rei, it's two in the morning." Hunny groaned annoyed. I started quickly telling him what I saw. "I'm still not awake and you're talking to fast."

I slowly explained what I saw.

"You think Sumi's a what?"

"I think she's an heiress." I told him, for the third time. "I think her name's Hatsumi and her family drowned on a cruise and I think you and Takashi-senpai knew her, and I think she's in trouble-"

"Rei, I'll have someone look into it."


"Get some sleep."

"Okay." I hung up.

Hunny's POV

The next day I went to find Yuki before school. She was sitting in the club talking to Kyoya.

"I need you two to look into something for me." I told them.

"Um, sure?" Yuki replied confused.

"What are we looking for?" Kyoya asked.

"Sumi's past." I stated.
So Close Chapter 52
Chapter 52 of Ouran fanfic. 


Artist | Student
United Kingdom
Hi I'm Brittany. I'm from London, England. I love Disney, Marvel, Criminal Minds, Castle, Arrow, Merlin, Sherlock Holmes, Star Wars, Rock of Ages, Star Trek, and Harry Potter. I love movies and musicals. I could spend all day watching them. I love to write. I tend to write more fanfiction than anything else, but I do have originals too. I love to read romances. I love to draw also. I'm much better at drawing girls than boys. I did one drawing of a couple though, the boy ironically enough looked better than the girl. Anyway, I do get off on rants easily. I love to talk. I love animals. I am more fond of cats though. Cats and Foxes are my favorite animals. I love snow and rain, but I hate thunderstorms, tornadoes, and blizzards.

Current Residence: London

Favourite genre of music: Anything but Rap, I'm also picky about hip-hop

Favourite style of art: I like all art, but i guess my favorite would have to be photography, paintings, and cartoons.

MP3 player of choice: My IPod Nano

Favourite cartoon character: Tinkerbell, Timon, Stitch, Jane Porter, Oliver, Marie, Roo, and many others I could go on, but I love Timon and Tinkerbell best.

Favourite TV Show and Movie Characters: Johnny Storm, Merlin, Riley Poole, Spencer Reid, Indiana Jones, Han Solo, Spock, Seamus Finnigan and many, many others.

Personal Quotes:
'Don't play games with little girls who know how to play them better.'

'Some people have had their lobotomies before they were born.'

'It's Disney, it will be amazing.'

'I can just smell the crazy in here.'

'I cannot be impossible, I exist, so therefore I am improbable, but I cannot be improbable because obviously I'm here. I cannot be implausible either because again I'm here. Words like impossible, improbable, and implausible all have the word 'I'm' in them, making them all say 'I'm possible', 'I'm probable', and 'I'm plausible'. If you think about it the only time those there words are usually said are when you cannot believe the person or thing in front of you. So, the word in itself is entirely a contradiction, therefore making your statement null and void.'

"I don't think-"
"Then you shouldn't talk."

"Never poke a sleeping bear. The more you poke at him, the more likely you are to waking him. When he wakes, he'll be angry and will eat you. And when he does, you'll have no one to blame but yourself."

"Soulmates are like the winds howling and the sea, you don't see it yet, but there's a storm brewin', something much bigger planned than you can imagine."

"Anything can be accomplished. You never know if you don't try."

"If you have a good and confident attitude and you look them directly in the eye when you speak, they'll never notice or care what you're wearing."

"Everyone has wants. Wants fade in and out throughout time. But when you have what you need in life that's all that matters."

"Life is unexpected and that's what makes it fun."

"If a guy wants to see you, he'll call you. If he wants you, he'll go to any lengths to get you. And if he doesn't then he's a jerk and you deserve better."

"There are privileges to being me."

"Who will murder me while I'm alive?" (That's a long story to how that quote came about.)

Movie/TV Quotes:
'Whatever happened to chivalry? Does it only exists in 80's movies? I want John Cusack holding a boombox outside my window. I want to ride off on a lawnmower with Patrick Dempsey. I want Jake from Sixteen Candles waiting outside the church for me. I want Judd Nelson thrusting his fist into the air because he knows he got me. Just ONCE I want my life to be like an 80's movie. Preferably one with a really awesome musical number for no apparent reason.' - Easy A

‘In the face of true love, you don’t just give up.’ - Gossip Girl

"DO or DO NOT. There is no try." - Star Wars, Episode V, Empire Strikes Back

"You pile up enough tomorrows, and you'll find you are left with nothing but a lot of empty yesterdays. I don't know about you, but I'd like to make today worth remembering." - Music Man

"He's so impetuous."
"Yes, he's an idiot. " - Wild Wild West

"Listen with your heart, you will understand." - Pocahontas

“I’m a damsel, I’m in distress, I can handle this. Have a nice day.” – Meg, Hercules

“People do crazy things… when they’re in love.” – Meg, - Hercules

“For a true hero isn’t measured by the size of his strength, but by the strength of his heart.” – Zeus, Hercules

"Are you out of your Vulcan mind?!" - Leonard H. McCoy, Star Trek

"I have a seriously frightening impulse to steal an ash tray... What are we doing here? Sherlock, no seriously, what?" John
"I don't know." Sherlock
"Here to see the queen?" John
*Mycroft walks in*
"Oh, apparently yes." Sherlock
"Just once, can you two behave like grown-ups?" Mycroft
"We solve crimes. I blog about it, and he forgets his pants. I wouldn't hold out too much hope." John
-Sherlock BBC

"I always hear 'punch me in the face' when you're speaking , but it's usually sub-text." - John Watson, Sherlock BBC

"Never say never
Whatever you do
Never say never, my friend
If you believe that
Your dreams will come true
They'll come true in the end" - American Tail

"Love may be blind, but the neighbors ain't." - Anne of Green Gables

"The flower that blooms and grows in adversity is the rarest and most beautiful of all." - Mulan

"Just because you're beautiful doesn't mean you can treat people like they don't matter." - 10 Things I Hate About You

"A woman happily in love burns her soufflés. A woman unhappily in love forgets to turn on the oven." - Sabrina

"I would go anywhere to feel like I belong." - Hercules

"I want a moment to be real
Wanna touch things I don't feel
Wanna hold on and feel like I belong
And how can the world want me to change
There the ones that stay the same
They don't know me
Cause I'm not here." - I'm Still Here - Goo Goo Dolls, Treasure Planet

♫ Rest your head, close to my heart, never to part, baby of mine. ♫ – Dumbo

“Man has always learned from the past. After all, you can’t learn history in reverse!” – Archimedes from The Sword in the Stone

♫ Love goes on and on. ♫ – Robin Hood

“The children aren’t puppies, they’re people. And sooner or later Nana, people have to grow up.” – Mr. Darling from Peter Pan

"You see? That's just like you, Harry. You say things like that and make it impossible for me to hate you!" - When Harry Met Sally...

"Killing people doesn't make them like you. It just makes them dead." - Voldemort, AVPM

"I don't want to be 90 and dead wondering what if." - Love Wrecked

"You only need the courage to follow your heart." - Letters to Juliet

"Every girl is a princess. It is there right." - A Little Princess

"There is no life I know
That can compare to pure imagination
Living there, you'll be free
If you truly wish to be." - Pure Imagination, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory

"If you want to view paradise
Simply look around and view it." - Pure Imagination, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory

"There's a fine line between coincidence and fate." - The Mummy Returns

"The truth is I gave my heart away a long time ago, my whole heart, and I never really got it back." - Sweet Home Alabama

"If you aren't willing to risk it all, then you don't want it bad enough." (this is from a movie. I don't remember what. I wanna say it's a Disney movie. I can't remember what movie it's from. The quote always stuck though.)

"Waiting for you is like waiting for rain in a drought, hopeless and disappointing." - A Cinderella Story

"Behind ever great man, there is a woman rolling her eyes." - Bruce Almighty

"You're a sad strange little man and you have my pity." - Toy Story

"Why me?"
"Cause you saw me when I was invisible." - Princess Diaries

There is a difference between knowing the path and walking the path. – The Matrix

When the Lord closes a door he opens a window. - Sound of Music

One day Alice came to a fork in the road and saw a Cheshire Cat. “Which road do I take?,” she asked. “Where do you want to go?,” was his response. “I don’t know,” answered Alice. “Then,” said the cat, “it doesn’t matter.” – Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland

With great power comes great responsibility. – Spiderman

You can't know what's in a person's heart unless you truly know them - Belle, Once Upon a Time

Sherlock Holmes: Ah, Anderson. Here we are again.
Anderson: It's a crime scene. I don't want it contaminated! Are we clear on that?
Sherlock Holmes: Very clear. Is your wife away for long?
Anderson: Oh don't pretend you worked that out! Somebody told you that!
Sherlock Holmes: Your deodorant told me that.
Anderson: My deodorant.
Sherlock Holmes: It's for men.
Anderson: Well of course it's for men! I'm wearing it!
Sherlock Holmes: So's Sergeant Donovan. [sniffs] Ooh... I think it just vaporised. May I go in?
Anderson: Now look, whatever you're implying-
Sherlock Holmes: I'm not implying anything. I'm sure Sally came round for a nice little chat, and just happened to stay over. And I assume she scrubbed your floor, going by the state of her knees. - Sherlock BBC

"Get it? - Got it. - Good." - The Court Jester

"If someone asks if you are a god, you say, 'yes!'" - Ghostbusters

"We came, we saw, we kicked its ass!" - Ghostbusters

God creates dinosaurs, god destroys dinosaurs. God creates man, man destroys god,and man creates dinosaurs.... Dinosaurs eat man and woman inherits the earth.
- Jurassic Park

"Sometimes in life there really are bonds formed that can never be broken. Sometimes you really can find that one person who will stand by you no matter what. Maybe you’ll find it with a spouse and celebrate it with your dream wedding. But there is also the chance that the one person you can count on for a lifetime, the person who knows you, sometimes better than you know yourself, is the same person who has been standing beside you all along.”
- 'Bride Wars

Buzz- The word you are searching for is 'Space-Ranger.'
Woody- The word I'm searching for, I can't say, because there are Pre-school toys here.
- Buzz Lightyear and Woody from Toy Story

For in dreams, we enter a world that is entirely our own
- Albus Dumbledore - Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

A woman in lust wants chocolate... but a woman in love wants diamonds!
- how to lose a guy in ten days

This is my family. I found it, all on my own. It's little, and broken, but still good. Yeah, still good.
- Lilo and Stitch

Erised stra ehru oyt ube cafru oyt on wohsi. (I show not your face, but your hearts desire)
- Mirror of erised--Harry Potter and the Sorceror's Stone

A) You can never go too far. B) If I'm gonna get busted, it is not gonna be by a guy like that.
- Ferris Bueller from Ferris Bueller's Day Off

You will never know love unless you surrender to it."
- Fools Rush In

You're not a bad person, you're just a good person who has bad things happen to them.
- Sirius Black

I'm surrounded by Idiots.
- Scar from the Lion King

"Is that your ship?"
"No, my ship is magnificent, and hugeish, and gone...Why is it gone?"
-Pirates of the Caribbean: At Worlds End

You know her, she knows you, shes trying to eat him, and everyone's ok with this? Did I miss something?
- Timon from "Lion King"

Quotes from Famous People (and anonymous qoutes):
"Nothing is impossible, the word itself says 'I'm possible'!" — Audrey Hepburn

“You can tell more about a person by what he says about others than you can by what others say about him." — Audrey Hepburn

"For attractive lips, speak words of kindness. For lovely eyes, seek out the good in people. For a slim figure, share your food with the hungry. For beautiful hair, let a child run his or her fingers through it once a day. For poise, walk with the knowledge that you never walk alone. People, even more than things, have to be restored, renewed, revived, reclaimed and redeemed; never throw out anyone. Remember, if you ever need a helping hand, you'll find one at the end of each of your arms. As you grow older, you will discover that you have two hands, one for helping yourself, the other for helping others. The beauty of a woman is not in the clothes she wears, the figure that she carries or the way she combs her hair. The beauty of a woman must be seen from in her eyes, because that is the doorway to her heart, the place where love resides. The beauty of a woman is not in a facial mode but the true beauty in a woman is reflected in her soul. It is the caring that she lovingly gives the passion that she shows. The beauty of a woman grows with the passing years." – Audrey Hepburn

"I'm selfish, impatient and a little insecure. I make mistakes, I am out of control and at times hard to handle. But if you can't handle me at my worst, then you sure as hell don't deserve me at my best." — Marilyn Monroe

"I believe that everything happens for a reason. People change so that you can learn to let go, things go wrong so that you appreciate them when they're right, you believe lies so you eventually learn to trust no one but yourself, and sometimes good things fall apart so better things can fall together." – Marilyn Monroe

“Be who you are and say what you feel because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind.” – Dr. Seuss

" ... But I have promises to keep, and miles to go before I sleep, and miles to go before I sleep."
Robert Frost

"I want my personal life to be personal ... And I don't care if you're talking about things that are true, you're still talking about my personal life. How about I go peek in your window, take what underwear you wore last night, whose husband you were fucking, and shove that in the megaphone throughout your neighborhood? How does that feel? It's none of your goddamn business." - Jeremy Renner

"The best love story is when you fall in love with the most unexpected person at the most unexpected time – Anonymous

“You can complain because roses have thorns, or rejoice because thorns have roses. ” - Zig Ziglar

In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity. – Albert Einstein

Curiosity does, no less than devotion, pilgrims make. – Abraham Cowle

Pressure makes diamonds. – General George S. Patton

The life which is unexamined is not worth living. – Plato

We learn to do something by doing it. There is no other way. – John Halt

Do not weep; do not wax indignant. Understand. – Baruch Spinoza
If life’s journey be endless where is its goal? The answer is, it is everywhere. - Rabindranath Tagore

The use of traveling is to regulate imagination by reality and, instead of thinking how things may be, to see them as they are. – Samuel Johnson

Those who plot the destruction of others often perish in the attempt. – Thomas Moore

Sarcasm: the last refuge of the modest people when the privacy of the soul is intrusively invaded. – Fyodor Dostoyevsky

Let your net always be cast, and in the pool which you least expect, there will be a fish. – Ovid

Chasing the past, she stumbled into the future. – T.A. Sachs

You don’t miss your water until your well runs dry. – William Bell

While we are postponing, life speeds by. – Lucius Annaeus Seneca, 5 BC

Defeatism is the wretchedest of policies. – George Bernard Shaw

Courage is not the towering oak that sees storms come and go–it is the fragile blossom that opens in the snow. – Alice M. Swain

Those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it. – Prime Minister Winston Churchill

No party is any fun unless seasoned with folly. – Desiderius Erasmus

It takes a lot of courage to grow up and be who you really are. – e.e. cummings

The most exhausting thing in life is being insincere. – Anne Morrow Lindbergh

There’s a crack in everything. That’s how the light gets in. – Leonard Cohen

Although the world is full of suffering it is also full of the overcoming of it. – Helen Keller

We cannot, we will not, choose the path of surrender. – President Woodrow T. Wilson

To err is human, but to forgive is divine. – Alexander Pope

They screw you up, your mom and dad. They may not mean to, but they do. – Philip Larkin

Your parents will mess you up. They don’t mean to, but they do it anyway. – Philip Larkin

Labels are for cans, not people. – Anthony Rapp

Being entirely honest with oneself is a worthwhile exercise. – Sigmund Freud

A man has two reasons for doing anything – a good reason and the real reason. – J.P. Morgan

He who controls the present, controls the past. He who controls the past, controls the future.. – George Orwell

We create our fate every day we live. – Henry Miller

There is advantage in the wisdom won from pain. – Aeschylus

Men in the game are blind to what men looking on see clearly. – Chinese Proverb

Learn to be what you are, and learn to resign with good grace all that you are not. – Henri-Frédéric Amiel

Thinking is easy, acting is difficult – and to put one’s thoughts into action, the most difficult thing in the world. – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Fear is the mind-killer. – Frank Herbert

I seldom end up where I wanted to go, but I always end up where I need to be. – Douglas Adams

When the student is ready the teacher will appear. – Buddhist Proverb

For everything there is a season and a time. – Ecclesiastes 3:1

The course of true love never did run smooth – William Shakespeare

Returning violence with violence only multiplies violence – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Diaper backward spells repaid. Think about it. – Marshall McLuhan

Friendship is born at that moment when one person says to another, “What? You too? I thought I was the only one.” C.S. Lewis

It doesn’t work to leap a twenty-foot chasm in two ten-foot jumps. – American Proverb

Nobody realizes that some people expend tremendous energy merely to be normal. – Albert Camus

To succeed in life you need two things: ignorance and confidence. – Mark Twain

Everything has a consequence. Every action has a reaction. – Isaac Newton

There is no shame in not knowing. The shame lies in not finding out. – Russian Proverb

Familiarity breeds contempt. – Aesop

All truths are easy to understand once they are discovered. The point is, to discover them. – Galileo Galilei

Truth is like the sun. You can shut it out for a time, but it ain’t going away. – Elvis Presley

The truth is incontrovertible, malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it, but in the end; there it is. – British Prime Minister Winston Churchill

Act the way you want to be and soon you’ll be the way you act. – Bob Dylan

Success is often achieved by those who don’t know that failure is inevitable. – Coco Chanel

Every wall is a door. – Ralph Waldo Emerson

This above all, to thine own self be true. – William Shakespeare

We cannot teach people anything; we can only help them discover it within themselves. – Galileo Galilei

Learning is finding out what you already know. – Richard Bach

An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind. – Gandhi

Darkness is only driven out with light, not more darkness. – Martin Luther King, Jr.

Do not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present moment. – The Buddha

It is our imagination that transforms itself into reality. – Helen Araromi

Running away will never make you free. – Kenny Logins

The id lives in our subconscious, it is the force that drives our most primitive impulses. – Sigmund Freud

Whatever your past has been, you have a spotless future. – Melanie Gustafson

What is hateful to thyself do not do to another. – Hillel

But the eyes are blind, one must look with the heart. – Antoine de Saint-Exupery

Christmas is a time when you get homesick, even when you’re home. – Carol Nelson

The Family is the Country of the heart. – Giuseppe Mazzini

Failure is nature’s plan to prepare you for greater responsibilities. – Napoleon Hill

Life is too short to blend in. – Paris Hilton

With the possible exception of the equator, everything begins somewhere. – C.S. Lewis

Life is so constructed that an event does not, cannot, will not, match the expectation. – Charlotte Brontë

The sum of wisdom is that time is never lost that is devoted to work. – Ralph Waldo Emerson

Happiness is the meaning and the purpose of life, the whole aim and end of human existence. – Aristotle

What we obtain too cheaply, we esteem too lightly. – Thomas Payne

We have no more right to consume happiness without producing it than to consume wealth without producing it. – George Bernard Shaw

We learn by doing, there is no other way. – John Holt.

Nothing that is worth knowing can be taught. – Oscar Wilde

We come to love not by finding the perfect person but by learning to see an imperfect person perfectly. – Sam Keen

There is no constant but change. – Heraclitus

Everything that has a beginning has an ending. Make your peace with that and all will be well. – The Buddha

I ask myself more questions than Hamlet as I ponder which shoes to wear. - Eva Gabor

Love is a game that two can play and both win. - Eva Gabor

“Love conquers all," Aphrodite promised. "Look at Helen and Paris. Did they let anything come between them?"
"Didn't they start the Trojan War and get thousands of people killed?"
"Pfft. That's not the point. Follow your heart.”
― Rick Riordan

“True love is the best thing in the world, except for cough drops.” ― William Goldman, The Princess Bride

“True love is taking the risk that it won't be a happily-ever-after. True love is joining hands with the man who loves you for who you are, and saying, "I'm not afraid to believe in you.” ― Cara Lockwood, I Do (But I Don't)

“Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened.” – Dr. Seuss
  • Mood: Sorrow
  • Listening to: Friend Like Me - Aladdin
  • Reading: A Little Princess
  • Watching: News
  • Eating: Cookies
  • Drinking: Water
It is a sad shocking day, the world has lost a beloved icon. Robin Williams was amazing actor and philanthropist. He was definitely loved by all who knew him and he will be greatly missed. I, personally, have always loved his movies, they taught me so much and I owe a lot to them.

Rest in Peace Robin Williams, you will be terribly missed. We've never had, and never will have, a friend like you. 

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ReaverPan Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2015  Hobbyist Artist
Hey old friend we need our ko founder if your not to buisyDISNEYfICTION
princessyuki08 Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2015  Student
It's actually spelled co-founder. I am busy at the moment. I am in the middle of a term and I'll have a bit more time in the summer months. 
ReaverPan Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2015  Hobbyist Artist
hmmm well ok. however That may still be a problem as not all submissions kan wait that long. not kurrant ones. I will try to
make submissions easier of members in the mean time. So when summer komes chek on by to see how things are doing.
We'll deal whatever happens later when we've krossed that bridge.

good luk with your term.
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Thank you very much for the favorites! Please be on the lookout in my featured folder for the full and complete stand-alone image. :) *Coming Soon* #RememberingRobinWilliams
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