A/N: Sorry for the wait. College tends to get in the way. :-)
Okay, so here's a new chapter. It's pretty short, but it's just a filler. I know what i want to do with the next chapter so I should *hopefully* have that up shortly. It kills me to put up such a short chapter, but i want who ever reads this to know i'm not abandoning this story. I have it all outlined, i just need to work on getting from point A to point B. Anyways, i apologize for the length and possible dullness of chapter two.
Charly was in her room taping up the last box. She was surprised, what had taken her half a day only took them an hour to finish. Yusuke and Kuwabara spent the first 15 minutes seeing who could get boxes filled the fastest until a bowl had gotten broken. Yusuke now had a fairly large bruise on his arm, courtesy of his very pissed off cousin. Kurama mostly helped by keeping an eye on the boys and Hiei hadn't been seen since they got there which didn't surprise anyone. The fox demon had filled her in on some of Hiei's tendencies.
She jumped when a loud crash sounded from her living room. Sighing, she stretched and got up to see what all the commotion was about. Voices were getting louder as she neared the room. Almost timidly, the girl peered around the corner.
"Nuh uh Urameshi, I'm not taking the blame for that. She's scary when she's mad."
"Come on Kuwabara, I've already gotten hit once. You're used to getting beat up."
"The detective has a point." Hiei appeared next to Kurama who scratched his head and gave Charly an apologetic look. Only the two demons had noticed her.
"Bite me shorty," Kuwabara yelled.
"Be careful what you say. You wouldn't really want him to bite you, now would you?" Charly said. The boy paled and shook his head. She walked to the kitchen while putting her long hair into a hair tie. "It's so nice of you to join us Hiei. You missed all the packing, what a shame right?" Turning to look at the others she continued, "By the way, thank you guys so much for helping me. It would have taken me forever."
"No problem, anything for my cuz," Yusuke said, draping an arm around her shoulders.
"What did you break?"
"Why would you say that?" He asked nervously. She pushed his arm off and turned to glare at him.
"Are you seriously going to play dumb with me?"
"I don't know what you're talking about."
She shot him an incredulous look before rolling her eyes. As she continued into the kitchen she called over her shoulder, "Whatever, I'll figure it out when I unpack. It better not have been important."
"I'm so scared" Yusuke mumbled under his breath, only to cringe when his cousin turned to look at him with narrowed eyes. He looked towards the ceiling, whistling innocently until she had disappeared into the other room.
"For one who has fought the most powerful of demons, you seem to be awfully scared of human females Yusuke." Kurama commented.
"Yeah, first Keiko and now Charly." Kuwabara said laughing.
"Shut up Kuwabara. Five minutes ago you were the one saying she was scary." Yusuke made a face at him and the two started wresting once more.
"How these two survived the Dark Tournament, I'll never understand." Hiei said as he and Kurama watched the teens.
"Kuwabara, don't let Yusuke get to you. He's just being a punk." Charly's voice made the two boys stop and get up. Yusuke laughed as Kuwabara puffed out his chest and talked about how he was a better person than Yusuke.
She shook her head and laughed before setting the last box with the rest of the pile against the wall. Raising a hand, the pile was engulfed in a black glow.
"What'd you do?" Kuwabara asked gaping at the glowing boxes.
"I'm using a portal," She shrugged her shoulders. "How else did you think we were getting my stuff there? Surely you didn't think we were going to carry all of this?"
"Duh Kuwabara, don't be stupid." Yusuke said arrogantly.
"You thought the same as the oaf."
"How would you know?"
"Trust me. I know." His headband glowed and he smirked as the boy glared at him.
"Stay out of my mind Hiei."
"It's not my fault your mind's weak."
"I'm sorry to break up the lovers' spat, but are you guys coming with or what?" She ignored the growl she got from Hiei, but laughed when she saw her cousin flip her the bird.
"I'm sorry, I'd rather not." Moving her hand, she covered the whole group with her power.
When they arrived at the temple, the girls were already there waiting in the living room. Botan and Keiko grabbed Charly and the three worked on putting her room together, planning a trip to the mall in the near future. Yusuke fell onto the couch and started to kick his shoes off when he was smacked upside the head.
"What did I do now ya old hag?"
Genkai rolled her eyes before tilting her head towards the pile of boxes, "Go put those in the storage shed out back." She looked at Kuwabara. "That goes for you too."
Both boys grumbled before getting up and complying. Hiei smirked as the taller boy passed him, but stopped when the old psychic spoke.
"It wouldn't kill you to do some work around here."
"Why should I?"
"Because maybe you'll be getting your own food from now on."
Hiei growled before stalking toward the boxes. He had grown accustomed to the food Yukina cooked and there was hardly any game in the woods surrounding the temple. Silently, he cursed the old woman.
"You better not burn any of my stuff or I'll tell Yukina." Charly yelled from her new room.