Keki couldn't help but think about the way she told her feeling toward Akira; he felt the same way about her. Soon as Keki had finished dressing she headed downstairs. "Good morning, mom!!" Keki said exciting as she sat down at the table. "Wow, breakfast looks good!"

"Eh, this is a surprise, Keki. You're usually in a rush when it comes to eating." Yikari smiled as she sat down at the table.

Keki nervous laughed, "I just feel really happy today."

"Is that my daughter speaking?" Yikari thought. "There is only one reason she's up on time and acting really happy. My daughter is love over a guy."

Keki continued eating noticing the strange looks her mother was giving her.

"Who's the guy you're in love with?" Yikari asked.


"Now, Keki a mother know when her child's in love. You acted the same way in the third grade." Yikari had pointed out, "is it Hideaki or someone else?"

Keki looked at her mother, pushing a strand of hair her behind her ear before sighing. "Hideaki and I are just friend, beside it's someone else."

"You always seen so fond to hang out with Hideaki." Yikari answered.

Keki suddenly stood up, "uh yeah. Well look at the time, I got to go before I be late to school." She quickly grabbed her bag and shoe, "bye, mom."

"Bye and be sure to invite your boyfriend over for dinner." Yikari smiled.

"Uh okay..." Keki headed out the door.

Keki walked to school, she noticed her friend, Kiyoshi.

"Hey, Keki" Kiyoshi said as she caught up with her friend.

"Good morning!!" Keki smiled cheerfully noticing Hideaki, Makoto, and Suki were catching up to her and Kiyoshi.

"Sup, Keki. I see you're in a cheerful mood." Hideaki smiled.

"Yep," Keki grinned. "My mom said the same thing."

"I can see why your mom said that." Kiyoshi said.

"Does that mean you and Akira...?" Makoto whispered.

Keki nodded her head before Kiyoshi and Makoto started shrieking with joy. "Congratulation, Keki. She finally in love with a boy who loves her backs."

"Uh-huh," Keki smiled while trying calm down her friends down.

"Do you know what they're talking about?" Suki asked.

"No clue, probably some girls stuff, you know how those three" Hideaki replied.

"Yeah, I don't want to get caught in this conversation." Suki said.

"Okay, tell us everything that happens with you and Akira." Makoto said as she and Kiyoshi pulled a chair beside Keki desk.

Keki nodded her head as she told her friend every detail that happens at the beach, them just talking and finally having the courage to say their in love with each other.

Akira smiles as he gently kissed her on the left cheek. "The sun makes your hazel eyes shine. Just like your heart is strong, no matter what you're going through." Keki face was completely red at Akira words. Akira once again leaned toward her right and kisses her right cheek. "I love you."

"Aw! That's super cute." Kiyoshi smiled.

"Finally, Keki has a boyfriend." Makoto said. "When do we get to meet him?"

Keki asked, "Meet him?"


Keki just looked out the window thinking. "Why is everyone interesting in meeting my boyfriend?"

"Come on, Keki. We really want to meet your boyfriend." Makoto demanded.

Keki merely shrugged her shoulders. "Your girlfriend certainly does revolve herself in other people relationship." Hideaki said.

"Tell me, something I don't know." Suki sighed. "But she's always helpful with other people problems."

Bell ring and school is dismissed.

"Bye," Keki headed home before heading toward train station to meet Akira. "I better hurry up."


Meanwhile Dasyio sat in the library researching. "Maybe if I find more information then possible I'll understand." He thought while hearing Ikin sighing as leaned back in the chair.

"Can we please hurry and leave?" Ikin asked.

"I plan on staying late. Plus I got to study for my history mid-term. You should consider the free time and study yourself."

"I rather not..." Ikin grumble as he got up and left the library.

"Fine," Dasyio went back to his studying.


Akira stood there at the train station, leaning against the wall, noticing Keki running toward him.

"Hey, Akira, sorry, I'm late." Keki smiled while trying to catch her breath.

"Don't worry about it. Where do you want to go?"

"The book store I been waiting to see if they have this book."

"I see. Did anything new happen today?" They headed toward the bookstore.

"Nothing much, I do have exams coming up."

"I see," Akira replied.

"I'm stressing a lot over exam, especially math." Keki sighed knowing math wasn't her best subject.

"Keki there no need to stress over your exams, I know you'll do well." Akira smiled.

"Thanks, I really needed that." Keki replied smiling as they continued heading toward the bookstore.

"No problem," Akira grinned.


Nashio sat on the couch typing on her laptop. Yawning as she stood up, closing the laptop as she stretched. "Its best if I find them in person," grabbing keys before heading out into the cool air.


4:50 p.m. Keki and Akira arrived at the bookstore.

"Hello," A thin girl around Keki age smiled, while unpacking a box of books.

She had olive green eyes and medium length brown hair, with side bang that swept across her forehead.

"Hello," Keki smiled before almost not realizing it was an old friend. "Haruka, Haruka Futami."


"It's me, Keki Tomono."

"Oh, Keki wow! Its been awhile since we last seen each other." Haruka smiled. "You look completely different since you dyed your hair."

"Yeah, I get that a lot." Keki said. "Oh let me introduce you to my boyfriend. Haruka this is Akira Masahiro. Akira this is Haruka Futami."

"Hello," Akira smiled as he bow.

"Hi," Haruka bow herself.

"I'll leave you two a moment to catch up." Akira said as he walked away.

"Okay," Keki replied.

"Wow! Your boyfriend is so cute."

"Thanks. Haruka what school do you go too?"

"I go to Akaboshi High."

"Shizuawa High," Keki notices the water symbol was lightly glowing.

"Huh? Did your necklace just light up?" Haruka asked.

"What? No! It just had reflected off the ceiling light." Keki laughed nervous before covering the amulet.

"Uh okay."

"Haruka is there someone you like?" Keki asked.

"Well there is this one guy that live next door from me. His name is Katase Nakayama and I been friend with him since the beginning of middle school."


"Uh-huh. Katase often has a bad temper but there are time he show a caring side. Katase understand a lot about me."

"Ah that's sweet. I hope everything will work out with the two of you."

"Yeah, thanks." Haruka replied. "We should keep in contact. Do you have a cell phone?"

"Yeah," Keki and Haruka exchanged numbers.

"I better get back to work. See ya," Haruka waved.

"Bye," Keki waved back, after finding the book she wanted, she headed home.

"So that was a old friend?" Akira asked.

"Yeah, we met in the fourth grade. But we went to different middle and high school."

"Oh, I see." Akira notices Keki looking at her amulet. "Is there something wrong?"

"No, it's nothing." Keki smiled.

"Okay, it's getting late. I'll walk you home."

Keki nodded her head as Akira took her home.

"I'll see you this Saturday," Akira said, kissing her on the cheek before leaving her.

"Okay," Keki smiled as she headed inside before going upstairs to her bedroom.

"Dinner will be ready, soon." Her mother said.

"Ok," Keki lay down on the bed before sighing. Staring at the amulet, recalling it had glow while she was talking to Haruka. "I got a bad feeling..."

After dinner Keki sat at her desk finishing her homework before going to bed.

The bell iang for class to begin, Keki stood in the hallway talking with Hideaki.

"Hideaki, do you remember Haruka Futami?" Keki asked.

"Yeah, it has been awhile since we had last seen each other." Hideaki replied. "Why did you see her?"

"Uh-huh, I talked with her yesterday and she appears to be doing well." Keki answered.

"That's good."

"Yeah, well class is about to starts. See ya." Keki smiled.


Meanwhile Haruka decided to wait for Katase so he wouldn't get into trouble.

"I wish I could tell Katase my feelings toward him." Haruka thought before something smacked across her head. "Ow..."

"Yo!" Katase smiled, with his cool gray eyes and his neat orange hair with bang that go across his forehead. "Staring off into space?"

"Shut up, Katase!" Haruka said noticing his uniform shirt was loose, again.

"You didn't have to wait for me." Katase said before tossing his bag around his shoulder.

"Yeah, well I'm the only person to keep you out of trouble." Haruka smiled.

"Whatever," Katase replied as he and Haruka started walking to school.

"Its charming attitude, that make me fall in love with him. Often when I find myself loss Katase is always there to pull me back to my feet." Haruka thought looking at Katase.

"What the matter, Haruka?" Katase asked as they arrived at school.

"Nothing," Haruka replied.

"All right, I'll see ya, later." Katase smiled before heading off in a different direction.

"Bye," Haruka smiled.

"GOOD MORNING!" Haruka friend, Ayumi Osauki smiled with her long brown curly hair, as she gave her a hug.

"Morning," Haruka friend, Saika Aoi smiled. She had medium length chestnut hair and dark brown eyes,

"Hey Ayumi and Saika," Haruka said trying to catch her balance after Ayumi almost made her fall.

"Did I just see you hanging out with bad boy, Katase Nakayama?" Ayumi asked blinking her huge light blue eyes.

"Yes," Haruka replied.

"Uh-huh," Saika said hearing the bell ringing.

"Haruka, you're always defending him." Ayumi said.

"I agree with, Ayumi." They took their seat before the teacher enters the class.

"He not all that bad…" Haruka replied.

The teacher begins taking attendance before passing out the daily class assignment.

Katase laid asleep on the school roof with a book over his face before waking as the book fell in his lap. "I need something different in my life..."

Soon the sky had turned completely dark, Katase quickly stood up, feeling the wind pass through him.

"What's going on?" Katase thought before a emerald light shined in his hands. He opened his hands, emerald light burst toward the sky before crashing into Katase; he felt a burst of power flow through him.

A/M: Sorry to leave you guys with a cliff hanger.