Kagome stopped working to look down at her dog, Ginger. She was beside herself hiding under the desk, head tucked into a corner, panting and shaking. Spring was the worst for her.
"Poor Gingy." Kagome took her shoe off and rubbed the dog's rump. She had adopted the lab-shepherd mix from an animal shelter about eight years ago. She was already fully-grown but still young, and had been adopted and brought back three times already. The guy at the shelter had named her Little Bit, but it didn't suit her at all. Kagome liked her kind face and passive demeanor right away. Kagome named the dog Ginger and brought her home.
As the years had gone by Gingy had proven to be a great companion, and proved to be quite needy, which was ok with Kagome. She liked snuggling so it worked out for both of them. There were three things that made the dog come unglued in completely differen
Smooth As Silk Ch. 6
Smooth as Silk
By: Aurora Collins
Disclaimers: I do not own InuYasha or any of the characters associated with it. I'm only borrowing the characters to amuse myself and hopefully others. ^__^
Ch. 6 Shopping Shenanigans
“Everyone keeps staring at you,” Kagome whispered, casting an accusing look at the crowd.
“I know I put on my shield to hide my true self from humans,” Sesshomaru reminded her.
Kagome huffed, “Yes you did, but you’re….”
Sesshomaru casted her an amused gaze, “I’m what?”
“You’re… You’re… You’re still too beautiful and it makes you stick out,” Kagome pointed out, her cheeks turning scarlet.
Sesshomaru stopped within the crowded mall and stared down at the Miko before him, “And this bothers you?”
Kagome hated to admit it, but it did bother her. But why would it bother her? Was she jealous? Kagome shook her head of that thought because she was not jealous. Wh
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