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09 Jan 2020
Loosely inspired by Red Riding Hood (2011 Movie). Reader discretion advised.
--Tsukishima lived in a village that was plagued by a werewolf. They lived in a tense peace until one night, on the night of a full blood moon, the werewolf demanded the blond as its next sacrifice. Tsukishima was prepared to die for his town, however, the wolf didn't want to eat him. Instead, the wolf--who introduced himself as Hachimenroppi--proclaimed his love for Tsukishima and decided the blond would stay with him forever.
Now, with a holy order making it's way across the country and exterminating everything inhuman along the way, Hachimenroppi has announced they cannot stay. Tsukishima is forced by the werewolf to leave his home, his family, and his country behind in order to live with nothing but monsters. Can he manage to escape to return home? Or will he renounce his faith in God in favor of falling in love with Hachimenroppi?--
- Part 2 of Red Riding Hood Is Wearing Black
An angel has blessed the world with his holy presence. Heiwajima Shizuo has been living within the church for quite some time, enjoying the comforts that have been given to his. However, his days are quite different in comparison to his nights due to an uninvited guest that has made his home in the graveyard along the church grounds.
“Your voice is like music to my ears! The way you try to hold it back but quickly lose yourself to your passion! How quickly you go from the reverent and good priest to a debaucherous lecher, no different than a beast in the throes of mating season! You are the most beautiful when you are like that! Your eyes are those of a man driven mad with lust! You stare down at me like a cat stalking a mouse! You wish to devour me, to debase, dominate and violate me and I love it all so! You are the most delicious when you look at me no different than a hungry dog eying cooked meat!”