Hi, everyone. I was thinking—I read and review almost everyone's stories, but I have never published any of the ones that I have written. So here I go: just something that I wrote up in math class, when I was bored.

Disclaimer: If I owned Chrono-Crusade, I would be a millionaire and publish everyone else's stories.


Rated T for Rosette's language

Rosette was currently driving back from her latest mission, and not looking forward to arriving at the order. It would mean having to write an apology letter for all the damage she had caused. And facing Sister Kate—did she mention having to face Sister Kate?

Rosette sighed as she pulled into the convent. She looked at her sleeping partner's face. He was very handsome in his true form; in fact, the one thing that she looked forward to when she opened the seal was basking in his power and glory—not that he wasn't very cute in his little twelve-year-old form. He was quite cute in a little-kid kind of way. After all, she wasn't Stella.

He had really been having trouble with Sister Kate lately. She almost seemed insistent on blaming everything on him. Though Sister Kate herself found it very hard to believe that one person alone was capable of creating that much damage, that was no reason to bring Chrono into it.

Rosette lapsed out of her train of thought. Chrono stretched and yawned.

"We're there already?" said Chrono, rubbing one eye. "I just went to sleep."

"C'mon, get up, we have to go give the report to Sister Kate," said Rosette, an obvious tone of dread in her voice.

"Are you sure you don't want me to help take the blame for this one?" Chrono asked.

"No, of course not!" exclaimed Rosette. "If we let her give you some of the blame, she'll give you all of it—you know how Sister Kate feels about you." Chrono was silent; she was right again. Rosette sighed and grabbed his had to drag him into the convent. "C'mon, we'd better get inside."

"This is the third time this week, Sister Rosette," Sister Kate snapped. She was on a long fuming raging rant. "The third time! What am I going to do with you," suddenly,"I suppose your little partner had something to do with it." Sister Kate said in a very accusatory voice.

"Leave Chrono out of this. He had nothing to do with it; it was all my fault. He's harmless!" roared Rosette. Chrono flinched; he was waiting right outside the door, ease dropping on their conversation. He hated getting Rosette in trouble like this.

"Ha! Harmless?" Sister Kate screamed back. "He's a demon!"

"Not all demons are bad. He'll only hurt someone if he's really mad, and I can control his anger. I'll show you," yelled Rosette at the top of her lungs.

Before Chrono had time to react, Rosette was wrenching open the door, grabbing his hand, and pulling him into the room. He clung to Rosette as best he could, to the point where he was hugging her around the middle and peeking out from behind her. The sight he saw was not pretty—he saw an enraged Kate and a fuming Rosette. Rosette unlatched Chrono from her waist, with some effort, and pulled him out in front of her.

Kate found this behavior very interesting. Never in all of her life had she seen a demon behave this way.

"I'll show you how harmless he is," Rosette declared as she found a place right behind his ear and started to rub. His lips widened into a content smile. Chrono was instantly in heaven. The sensation that was rippling throughout his body was indescribable. He immediately went to be where he instinctively knew there was comfort: Rosette. He attached himself to her middle again and buried his face in her chest. She's so warm, he thought. Unknowingly, because of his trance-like state, he began to drool; copious amounts of saliva all went all over her newly cleaned nun habit.

"See how harmless he is…" Rosette trailed off, seeing as the front of her dress was now all wet from Chrono's drool.

"Ewww! Yuck!" exclaimed Rosette. "Chrono!"
Sister Kate couldn't help but chuckle. Those two were definitely an odd team.

"Chrono, get off me. C'mon," Rosette said, trying to use one had to pry him off while the other was still unconsciously scratching behind his ear. A low rumbling sound began to rise from his chest.

Great. Now he's purring, Rosette thought. She tried to take a step forward and almost fell flat on her face. Sister Kate sighed; it was kind of hard to believe that he was a demon at times like these. He looked more like a convent pet than a demon.

He appeared to be asleep, but his grip was still as strong as ever. Eventually Rosette gave up struggling and just stroked his long, purple hair.

"Not all demons are bad, you know," said Rosette, finally breaking the monotony of Chrono's purrs. "The higher class demons, who are capable of emotions other than blood lust, are theoretically able to love."

Sister Kate smiled; it was so unlike Rosette to show her true emotions like that, especially in front of her (AN- and use a big word like theoretically)

"You really love him, don't you," said Kate, staring out the window and over the stormy grounds. Rosette nodded. Sister Kate sighed she just couldn't stay mad at Rosette, especially when she saw her, no them like this.

"You may take him up to your room now. You are dismissed."

"You mean I can start to have him sleep in my room?" exclaimed Rosette. Kate nodded. Rosette was very unhappy that Chrono had to sleep in a dusty cold stone room on a cot in the laboratory (AN- I'm referring to the building in which the elder works) while she got a nice warm room and a bed, only one bed though, not that she would mind sharing it with Chrono. She shook those thoughts out of her head.

"Thank you, thank you, thank you," Rosette exclaimed, hoisting Chrono up onto her back and giving Kate a hug. Sister Kate stood there, shocked, as Rosette hoisted the sleeping demon on her back, walked, as grace fully as she could with Chrono on her back, out of the room. Then she smiled.

Rosette gave a large yawn as she pulled her nightgown over her head and jumped into the bed, hugging a very sleepy, happy Chrono.

"Thanks, Rosette," Chrono mumbled, hugging her back and burying his face in her hair.

"For what?" asked Rosette, yawning.

"For sticking up for me like that."

"Awww, don't worry about it. I need you; you're the one that always ends up saving my butt from creating further destruction."

"Don't worry about it," said Chrono curling up on the mat on the floor at bottom of her bed.

"What do you think you are doing," said Rosette sitting on her bed.

"Uh, going to sleep," wondering what he was doing wrong, and how Rosette convinced Sister Kate to let him sleep in the convent building.

"Not down there stupid up hear," exclaimed Rosette hauling him up on the bed. He turned a deep shade of red.

"You mean you'll let me s-s-sleep with you," he stammered.

"Ya, what do you think ill do, make you sleep on the floor," she said loudly.


"We used to sleep in the same bed all the time, " said Rosette in a matter-of-factly tone, "when we first came to the convent, I would get scared at night and come to you, Sister Kate was always really pissed in the morning."

"Ya, but you were thirteen," he exclaimed.

"So, your not the elder, Chrono." Rosette said, and as if that finished the matter pulled the ribbon out of Chrono's hair for him, pulled the comforter over them both, and snuggled up to him.

"Thank you Rosette," Chrono mumbled before drifting off to sleep.

A loud clap of thunder sounded from outside, but the two didn't hear, they were totally content wrapped up in each other.

Well, what do you think? Is it good?

Please R/R and tell me what you think. I might make this into a collection of fics.

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