all i want in life is a divorce!miyusawa au where they fight about their kid’s custody and shit but there’s still sexual tension between them and their kid has to ask help from uncle mochi cuz dammit dads why cant u just admit you STILL and WILL ALWAYS have the hots for each other and dammit just kiss already and mochi is crying and proud because its been 495992940 years and still those two doing this shit to him
So basically miyusawa love child is all of us but their OTP is their parents
Character A is a bit of a criminal, in both their eyes and the eyes of the police. They take pride in the work they do as it’s all they’ve ever known, but through a few hiccups on their part, they accidentally leave their DNA at the scene of their most recent crime. The police are thrilled to have found those few drops of blood on the ground but are stunned when forensic analysis proves that Character A is a member of the long-lost royal bloodline.
fandom: Daiya no A Characters: Sawamura Eijun/Miyuki Kazuya
summary: Sometimes a twist in destiny can mean a closer bond from an early stage, and dragging Kazuya off to a small sleepy town in Nagano was probably one of the best things Rei could’ve ever done for him
Notes: I started this AU when I finished Sleep is for the Weak back in December, but the story escalated to the point where it would be 200k before it finished. Still I’d written 40k before I gave up and I’ve promised some people I’d share it. This is a slightly different take on canon where Miyuki and Rei are half siblings, where Wakana decided to enroll in a Tokyo school to play girls’ baseball, where Chris didn’t get injured and many other small things, that were sort of self-indulgent changes forcing Miyuki and Eijun to become closer friends at a much earlier stage. (Oh, and btw, if you didn’t pick up on the tiny mention of it in the manga, Rei is the daughter of the owner of Seidou high school. Just thought I’d mention it for the sake of context) There will be 8 chapters in total.
Sometimes blessings appear in the strangest disguises.
Kazuya has never seen a team quite like the Akagi middle school one.
Saying they’re struggling would be an understatement. The score is 2-8 by the time they’ve reached the third inning, and it’s obviously going to be a called game.
But they’re still smiling and working hard under the harsh sun, as if the score doesn’t bother them, as if they’re actually having fun. And it’s all because of the pitcher on the mound.
Sawamura Eijun, as Rei informs Kazuya he’s called, is a scrawny brat with good control—for a middle schooler—and a catcher who can’t catch his pitches to save his life.
And Kazuya, even from a distance, is starting to pick up on something peculiar about the trajectory of the pitch.
The first time
Eijun saw the words messily scribbled across the line of his hip he was nine.
The letters were too small to read then, just a squiggle of black, but four
years and a big magnifying glass later Eijun could finally decipher the
“on the wings of gold”
And he loved it
ever since. Wings sounded cool even to a kid, and the wings of gold? Double cool.
He was proud and
excited, and he could hardly wait to meet his soulmate – the one to possess the
mark of Eijun’s golden wings. Every new year when the classes were shuffled new
faces replaced the old and Eijun’s expectations grew. He wanted to find his
mate, that special someone who would remind him of their wings, someone who would stand out from the crowd, bright and unmatched, and Eijun’s.
And every year
he was left to wallow in disappointment.