Bits and Pieces of Weiss Kruez

BY : fareys_delight
Category: Wei▀ Kreuz > Yaoi - Male/Male
Dragon prints: 4017
Disclaimer: I do not own Weiss Kreuz, nor any of the characters from it. I do not make any money from the writing of this story.

Title: A Change of Plans

Fandom: Weiss Kruez

Pairing/Characters:  Schuldig/Brad/Aya

Prompt: change of future

Drabble #: 96

Date: June 29, 2012

Word count: 299

Next pairing: Shuuhei/Ichigo

AN: So a little late. Sorry. I haven’t slept properly the last few days. Taking its toll, ect. Tired.




“He’s too cute to be real,” Schuldig stated, eyes watching as Ran moved around the front of the flower shop. Long fingers worked to create an eye pleasing display in the front of the shop, violet eyes content with the work he was doing.


“He’s quite real. Apparently he’s just a flower worker, having gotten the job for the pay. His sister getting hit when she did changed the path of his future,” Brad drawled, Schuldig cocking an eyebrow.


“How so?” he asked, pulling out a cigarette and sticking it in the corner of one mouth. The café waitress placed their snacks down, refilling Brads coffee and left.


“Originally, she was to be in the restaurant when it blew, sending our dear Ran into the life of an assassin to get revenge. But since she was hit and the idiot put into jail, all he needs to do is pay off her unfortunate funeral bills since his families estate is still in probate,” Brad stated, smirking as his eyes flashed.


“So he’s just an adorable flower boy who works with the kitties for the cash?” Schuldig stated, eyes glued to the trim ass of Ran when he bent over. Brad nodded, smirking when Yohji was also thunder struck by the move, Ran continuing with his work and completely oblivious.


“Precisely. I believe that since our plans have changed in regards to Esset, we can enjoy ourselves and add a pretty little red head,” he purred, Schuldigs green eyes flashing in anticipation.


“So, how do we start?” Schuldig asked, finishing his espresso as Ran left the flower shop and head towards the café.


“We make our third chair available since the rest are about to be covered in pain,” Brad chuckled as splashes of pain indeed fell on the seats.

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