Eijun is six years old when he was told that he was an omega and that was also the last time he saw his parents and his grandfather. On that same day, strange men come to his house and takes him to some place for his own safety. There, he strives to defy the elders’ ideal mold of the perfect omega and chooses to hold on to his one and only love: baseball. Then that stupid bespectacled alpha who at first didn’t inform him he was a baseball player comes, whisks him away like a damsel in distress (he sort of is), and makes his dream come true.
“What the fuck?” Youichi neared the boy and sat on his underclassman’s back.
Sawamura yelped and squirmed, trying to throw off the heavy shortstop pinning him down.
Youichi ignored the squirming and reached with both hands at the appendages connected to his underclassman. With a feeling of mild curiosity and an urge to touch, the shortstop entertained himself by rubbing them.
The pitcher shivered and appeared to be holding in something, biting his lips and writhing from his hold.
Fascinated, Youichi continued to rub the soft furry ears between his fingers.
Sawamura softly moaned and—did he fucking purr?
Sawamura turns into a half-cat. Kuramochi catches Miyuki and Sawamura making out and some other stuff, and he is not happy about it.
17 Aug 2017
Bakugou Katsuki had a habit of turning away from the heard. At 16, he does this by coming to terms with wanting, desperately, to see his childhood friend cry.
Bookmarked by dracofides
11 Nov 2017