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Title: My word is my bond
Pairing: Aiba Masaki/ Matsumoto Jun; Ninomiya Kazunari/ Sakurai Sho
Rating: up to NC-17, but PG-13 most of the time
Warning: It’s dystopia mixed with steampunk and futuristic elements combined with elements from the 18th century, I guess... So it’s a little bit darker at some points, but nothing too dark, I promise.
Summary: The world in 2300 has changed. The society is divided in humans and slaves. Slaves are born and sold to fulfil their masters’ needs and desires. There are only a few masters who see their slaves as humans – like the Sakurai brothers. But it’s hard to hide this, when the rest of the world wants to see the slaves as ‘things to use’ and not as humans.
Note: I tried my best with the steampunk genre, but I think it became a mixture between some genres, nevertheless I hope you’ll like my new multi chapter <3 Sakumiya and JunBa will both have a lot of spotlight, and Ohno will be part of the story too ^__^

Masaki lay in his bed and stared at the ceiling. It was already past midnight, but he couldn't find any rest. he looked at the closed door to Jun's room. After he had talked with him, Masaki had been with his father to talk about this happenening. He knew that Jun felt bad, but he needed to understand how dangerous it was here.

Jun had looked so broken again, like on the day he had brought him here. Jun felt so bad about what had happened, and he didn't even dare to look into Masaki's eyes directly. Masaki sighed. His father had been very understanding, but he had made clear that such things shouldn't happen again, otherwise they needed to think of changing something. Masaki didn't want to think of being alone again in his rooms. He got used to the other around him.

Masaki froze when he heard a yell from Jun's room. He jumped up and opened the door. Jun lay there, the blanket somewhere around his legs and he moved from left to right and back. He was obviously dreaming. Masaki stepped to the bed and touched Jun's shoulder. “Hey, wake up.”

Jun moved again before he sat up and yelled out. He looked around irritated and his forehead was covered in sweat. “Jun?” Masaki asked.

“No,” Jun whispered.

“No?” Masaki sat at the border of the bed.

Jun turned to him, staring at him with empty eyes. Was he still sleeping?

“You need to search for my parents.” Jun stared at him. “They are somewhere out there.”

“I have no idea what you are talking about, Jun,” Masaki said honestly.

Jun nodded. “You are right, they died. They gave me away and died.” This situation was strange. Masaki touched Jun's forehead again. He hadn't fever.

Suddenly Jun winced. “Masaki? What are you doing here?”

Masaki blinked. So Jun had really been talking in his sleep. “You yelled out in your sleep. Did you have a bad dream?”

Jun seemed to think what he should answer. After some seconds he nodded, without saying something.

“Are you okay now?” Masaki wanted to know.

“Yes, thank you,” Jun said.

Masaki stood up and walked back to his room. Right in the moment he had slipped back into his bed, he saw Jun standing at the doorframe. “Can I sleep in your bed tonight?”

Something in Masaki jumped up and down. “Sure,” he said and pulled the blanket aside to let Jun slip into his bed.

Jun's breathe next to him was fast, but it got slower when he lay down and closed his eyes again. His tension seemed to fade from him. “I won't do something to anger you again, I promise,” he said with his eyes already half closed.

“I was just afraid that something might happen to you, Jun. I won't forgive myself if someone does something bad to you.” Masaki placed his hands on Jun's hips and pulled him closer.


Masaki stepped out of the car. It was much colder in the mountains then it had been in town. It still had over 20 degree, but he already needed a long sleeved shirt. “This house belongs to you?” Jun stood next to him, looking at the cottage.

“Yes, it's my mother's. So Sho and I spend most of our holidays here,” Masaki explained. “And we always celebrate his birthday here. But the last years it had only been the two of us and Satoshi together with Ryo.”

“You don't have other friends?” Jun asked. “I am sorry, I didn't want to sound like you can't have friends, it's just that...”

Masaki laughed. “No, it's a good question. Well, Sho and I are pretty special. Most of the guys in our age are ...” Masaki tilted his head. What are they? He didn't know how to tell it. “They have attitudes I really don't get and I don't want to act like I understand them. That's why Sho and I stayed alone most of the time.”

“And Satoshi?” Jun wanted to know.

“He went to school with Sho, and he had always been the only one who feels same like we do.” Masaki took the bags and carried them inside.

Jun looked around. “This cottage is huge,” he stunned.

Masaki chuckled. “Three bedrooms, two living rooms, three bathrooms and one big kitchen.”

Jun stepped to a door of glass. “And the terrace is big.”

“Yes, and I have some deer around here. They sometimes come here to get some food, even though they are actual wild living.” Masaki looked outside, but right now, there was no animal around. “Maybe we see them later on.”

“Am I allowed to walk around freely here?” Jun asked.

Masaki nodded slowly. “But please take Nino with you, you shouldn't go out alone. And if you do, please don't go too far away from the cottage. It's in the middle of nowhere, but who knows which people stroll around here.”

Masaki could see a smile occurring on Jun's face. “What?” Masaki asked.

“I am so happy that I can walk around wherever I want,” Jun replied. Something in Masaki clenched painfully. So Jun felt locked liked a bird in a cage. He wasn't feeling good with him? He wanted to be free, something Masaki could give him. Maybe he'd search for a different owner?

“Hey, hey.” Masaki got pulled out of his thoughts. Satoshi stood at the entrance, smiling at them. Ryo walked a few steps behind him. Masaki wondered how Ryo felt with Satoshi? He knew that Ryo wasn't allowed to go out alone either, but did he care about it? Was he happy with his life at Satoshi's place?

“Oh, Satoshi. You are already here.” Masaki tried to push his thoughts away and smiled at the other.

“Yes, we said that we want to make a cake together, so I came earlier,” Satoshi explained.

Masaki nodded. “That's great. I have some blueberries in the garden, and I made some chocolate last week. We can start immediately. Sho and Nino will be here in two hours. We should be done by then.”

“Sounds good. Can we take the left bedroom again?” Satoshi wanted to know.

“Sure, you know the way.” Satoshi nodded at him and took the bags to carry them to the room.

Satoshi and Ryo smiled at them when they passed them to get into the room. Ryo really seemed to be happy at Satoshi’s side.

“Masaki?” He turned to Jun.


Jun looked at him with his big brown eyes. “Am I really allowed to taste chocolate? And this blueberry you are talking about is a fruit?”

Jun had never tasted chocolate? Masaki sighed. Chocolate was one of the most expensive food in shops, and blueberries were so rare that they got hardly sold anymore. “Of course, do you want a piece now?”

Jun nodded energetically. Masaki could see his eyes sparkle and his lips curled in an amazing smile. Masaki almost forgot about the painful feeling in his belly.

“Come.” Masaki pulled Jun to his bag. He pulled out a box and opened it. The smell of cocoa and milk spread in Masaki's nose. He loved this smell. He broke a small piece from the bar and handed it to Jun. “It's dark chocolate, with much more chocolate than milk in it.”

Jun took the piece and smelled at it. “That smells delicious.”

“You have to taste it,” Masaki said.

Jun placed the piece on his tongue and started chewing it. He looked at Masaki with his eyes wide open. “That's one of the most delicious things I've ever tasted.”

Masaki laughed. “It is really good. And now we'll make a big cake out of it. Sho-chan loves sweets, more than everything else.”

“I remember last year,” Satoshi said when they came back to the room. “He ate half of the cake himself, and we had only one piece for us left.”

Masaki chuckled. “Yes, that's true, but you'll get one piece, Jun, don't worry.”

“You can have mine,” Ryo said with a smile.

“You don't like chocolate?” Jun asked.

Ryo shook his head. “It's too sweet and ... I don't know. It's not really tasty.” He stepped closer to Jun. „”Same goes for fish, that tastes so ... fishy,” he giggled. “But don't tell Satoshi that I said that, because he loves everything concerning fish.”

Satoshi looked at them. “You know that I can hear you?”

Ryo's grin got wider. “Yep. I am perfectly aware of that.”

Satoshi tilted his head. „”You want me to get angry, right?”

“Maybe,” Ryo shrugged.

Masaki could see Jun staring at them. He seemed shocked about how they talked with each other. Yes, it was strange to listen to them at the beginning, but they really fit for each other. “They are always like that, don't think too much about it.” Masaki poked Jun's side, making him jump because of that. “Sorry,” Masaki said. His cheeks got slightly red.

Jun shook his head. “It's okay,” he whispered.

“So, let's make this cake.” Masaki loved Satoshi for his sharp senses when situations became awkward.

“Yes.” Masaki pulled his sleeves up and started unpacking the ingredients.


Nino sat in the carriage, his bag on his lap. He could feel the notebook in the inside poking his belly. Nino got nervous when he thought about his present. He had no idea when he should hand it to Sho. When they'd be alone? When the others gave Sho their presents? And a small part in him thought about never giving him the notebook. Wasn't it stupid? It was a book he had made by himself and even though Sho loved books for making his timetable, Nino had the feeling that his notebook was childish.

“We are here?” Nino felt a hand on his shoulder.

“Oh, yes, sorry. I was a little bit absent-minded.” Nino stepped out, the bag still pressed against his chest.

Nino looked at the cottage. Sho took their bag from the box at the backside of the carriage and stepped next to Nino. “That house is amazing.” Nino could see the small trees and bushes swinging with the wind. There was nothing but nature around this house. Farer away Nino could see the sand dunes falling down in waves. It was like a different country in between their country. Nino had never seen something like this before. He was used to winter and cold temperatures like they had in the north, but not the hot weather and the sand dunes around him. The Sakurai-manor was already amazing, but this here was something different. The whole mood around it was so calm and peaceful. Nino would love to live here.

“I think we need to go inside,” Sho said when he came up to Nino. Nino shook his head and took Sho’s arm before he could walk to the entrance.

“Wait a moment,” he said. “I need to call Jun if you are already allowed to come in.”

Sho smiled at him. “They really planned something for my birthday?”

Nino nibbled on his lower lip. Had he destroyed a surprise? “No,” Nino lied.

“Ah, of course not,” Sho chuckled. “Call him, I’ll wait over there and get some strawberries for the dessert.”

Nino nodded and pulled out his walkphone. He pressed the purple square and waited till Jun picked up the call. “Are you already here, Nino?”

“Yes, can we come in?” Nino wanted to know.

“We got ready five minutes ago, you can come in,” Jun said.

“Okay, thank you. We come in now.” Nino hung up the call and looked at Sho, who knelt in the small garden and picked a fruit. Nino pulled on the book in his bag and wanted to pull it out, when he heard Satoshi’s voice at the door.

“Hey, come in already, we have candles on the cake, and they don’t burn forever,” he said.

Sho came up to Nino and guided him in the house. “You can place the bags in the right room, Nino. This is our room. We’ll be back in one minute,” Sho said to the others with a big smile.

Nino looked at the others and greeted them before he walked to the room and placed his bag there. Nino could see some presents on the table and decided to take his along.

He waited till Sho was already back in the dining room and took the book. He had wrapped it in a red fabric he had taken from the scarf he had once gotten. He wanted it to be a real present. He placed the red parcel on the table and stood beside Sho and the others. Sho hadn’t recognized that Nino had placed something on there, because he was still chatting with Satoshi.

Sho clapped when he saw the big cake with the candles on it. He seemed like a small child in this moment. He blew out the candles and pressed his eyes together to make a wish, like Masaki had ordered him to do.

“Oh, I have a present for you,” Masaki said after Sho had cut the cake into pieces. “Here.” He took a big box and handed it to Sho. Sho unpacked it and pulled out a clock.

“Wow, that’s an amazing clock.” Sho turned it in his hands. “Where did you get this from?” Sho wanted to know. His eyes were sparkling and he was more than happy about this present. Nino could see in Sho’s smile that this clock was something he had wished for.

“Thank you Masaki.” Sho hugged his brother. Nino hoped that he’d like his present, but suddenly he felt so stupid with it.

“Here, that’s from us,” Satoshi said and gave him a smaller package.

“Oh, chocolate and some bonbons, thank you, Satoshi.” Sho smiled at them. “And thank you Ryo.” Ryo bowed. “You know that I love sweets. I always love your presents, really.” He laughed.

“So, let’s have dinner,” Sho said, but he stopped when he saw the small red present on the table. He took it and unpacked it. He looked at the book and finally at Nino. “Is it from you?”

Nino nodded shyly. “Did you steal the book somewhere?” Nino froze. What did he ask? Was he really thinking that Nino would steal something? He didn’t even know what to say.

“Sho,” Masaki said, but Sho stepped closer. “Where did you get this from?”

Nino shook his head. Everything around him started spinning. He turned and hurried to the room, closing the door behind him. He breathed out deeply; some tears were running down his cheek. He was so embarrassed about his present, and he had thought about hundreds of possible answers from Sho, but this wasn’t one of the sentences he had thought of.

A/N: Hello everyone <3 So what do you think about this chapter? Does Jun really feel like a prisoner? And how are they going to change this? 
And Sho? He is really a little bit stupid here, I know that....what do you think will happen now?


Date: 2017-04-28 06:23 pm (UTC)
drarashi93: (Default)
From: [personal profile] drarashi93
GOSH DARN IT SHO! I know you and Nino haven't had any real conflict, but that's what you assume? Augh, my otp is hurting my heart.

Date: 2017-04-28 06:24 pm (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] pluvie_27
Eh, why Sho think that Nino steal it? I never expect something like this. Wow, it become more exciting! I'm sure Nino had some secret, a big secret in the past. But i don't know what....
Geez, i wanna know! I wanna know!
Waiting for the next!

Date: 2017-04-28 09:14 pm (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] learashi
Please send Sho over here so I can hurt him.
Nino was so cute and nervous and expectant and that was so very very sad and upsetting.
And Jun's bad dreams are back as well.
It really is a struggle for the poor babies.
But Jun tasting the chocolate was just 💜
I need the next chapter as desperately as Sho wants that cake.

Date: 2017-04-29 01:20 am (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] indigo_lover
Oh no.... Jun.. i guess he still needs to get used to everything but Masaki will make sure he is taken cared of, i am sure. Sho... You dumb dumb! Calling a slave a thief, even if it's as a joke, is just too real to a slave... Poor Nino.. make it up to him,Sho! Nino's fragile heart is broken to tiny million pieces now...

Thank you for the update
Can't wait for the next chapter.

Much love<3

Date: 2017-04-29 09:09 am (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] yumn_yumi
Oh my god! I want to scratching his face now!!!
My my Nino.. I hope he will be okay. Let me hug you... 😭

Date: 2017-04-29 08:06 pm (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] leiva21
I don't get Sho's reaction to Kazu's present here. Why he's being suspicious of Kazu? oow Poor Kazu, Sho need to apologize in an instance

Date: 2017-05-01 12:55 pm (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] betzi_chan
i understand that aiba thinks that way. but i really don't think that jun feels like that. i am pretty sure he loves being with aiba. ^^
and sho... *head meets table*
why did he say that???
he can be stupid sometimes. v.v
i just hopes he can make up with nino! >.<

thank you for this chapter. i enjoyed reading it a lot. see you in the next one. ^^

Date: 2017-05-01 02:38 pm (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] lilly0
The chapter started kind of sweet and fluffy, as fluffy as it can be with the sad background of Jun and Nino. I get why Aiba feels that Jun might feel like in a cage, because reality is... Jun and Nino both are not free. But they will never be closer to freedom than with Aiba and Sho, and I think they know and appreciate that. I love all these little moments between Jun and Aiba (and Ohno and Ryo! So random :D)
But the ending though. Poor Nino-chan >< I mean, I assume Sho is just worried and all... but *headdesk*

Thanks so much for this update <3

Date: 2017-05-05 02:47 am (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] piggywhale
Well... Jun probably feels constrained and sometimes "caged". But it cannot be helped, can it? I mean, with everyone else still feeling that way with slaves and all. They need to always be careful and Jun would never be able to do anything freely. Madaki is such a good soul to worry about this. Hope something will happen and make things right (or things will get worse??? *looking at you suspiciously*)

Sho, oh Sho... * facepalm*

Date: 2017-05-08 06:03 am (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] yuuki_73
good grief, Sho!!! What was that??!! Are you nuts??!!!!


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