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You Complete Me

Chapter One

"It's wonderful. I'll take it." Kagome put her money on the counter, took her purchases and walked out the door. Tucking the packages under her arm she stood in front of the door way and took a deep breath. Exhaling she looked around and smiled. She couldn't believe that she was here. It took her far too long to get here and she was so excited about her prospects. Picking a direction with the age ole 'eeny meeney miney moe' she went left and followed the path. It brought back memories of old times. Following a path looking for the shards. She missed those days. She missed a lot of things about those days but she put it to the back of her mind and focused on where she was walking now. She needed to find a place to stay. She had been in London for about two weeks. She tried to look up any information on her mother's family. There was nothing to be found. She knew it was a slim chance that she would find anything but it was a start. And a person couldn't get anywhere without starting somewhere.

Looking around Kagome was in awe of the different architecture that graced these alleys. She was very shocked when she found herself in this little world. Well, little wasn't the right word to use. It was a small part of the city of London. A very small part that it seemed most people didn't even notice that existed. She wasn't sure how she got to be on Diagon Alley. She just happened upon it. Maybe that wasn't the right word either. She popped out onto the street.

At first she wasn't sure where she was. She was walking down the street trying to find a place to stay when it felt like she blinked. She was on the street of London and next thing she knew she was on a cobblestone street with very dated window fronts. The stores were …. Different. She didn't think anything of the switch. It's not like unexpected things had never happened to her. They did. Frequently. But not since she had been back.

It had been a year since the well closed for her. Sealed against her. Stranding her on this side of the well. Shaking her head again she continued to walk down the street until she saw the most garish store front she had ever seen. Anywhere. Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes. What an interesting name for a shop, she thought. She might get something for Souta inside.

Walking indoors Kagome was astounded by the amount of things that were in the store. Everywhere she looked she could see smoke, sparkles, and a rainbow of colors. It seemed this store catered to the trickster in people. She smiled to herself thinking that this would be a perfect place to bring Shippo. He would be running around trying to take everything in all at once. There were kids running around doing that exact thing. There was laughter and smiles. It was a bright and warm place. Completely different then outside.

Outside the weather was a bit nippy. It was getting colder as the sun was starting to go down for the night. It was bleak. It felt like the store was taking in all the colors and leaving just the blacks, browns and greys for the world outside. Kagome smiled again as she started to peruse the shelves.

"Can I help you miss?"

"No thank you. I'm fine." Kagome looked up and smiled at the employee. She had to look up a bit too. He was a head and a half taller than herself. The man nodded as Kagome kept walking around the store. She was starting to come down some stairs when, like her usual self, she tripped. Bracing herself for a fall she closed her eyes. When she didn't feel the hardwood floor on her face she opened her eyes and was looking into the eyes of the same employee as before. He had bright red hair that hung over his eyes. Hair that Kagome wanted to touch. Her eyes widened at her thoughts and she started to struggle against her savior. Scrambling out of the man's arms in embarrassment Kagome bowed to the man in apology.

"I am so sorry." She bowed again. She was so agitated from the uncontrollable desire to run her fingers through his hair she continued to bow in apology.

The man gently touched her shoulder on her third bow. "Miss, its fine." Startled Kagome looked up at him again. The urge was still there, only it was a little stronger. She clenched her fingers into white knuckled fists and kept them close to her sides.

"Thank you." She smiled again and started to turn away when she noticed that he was still touching her shoulder. She looked back at him questioningly.

"Do you feel it?"

"Feel what?" the urge to touch his hair too? She hoped that wasn't the case. She had never felt this way before with a human. It was one thing when it came to ears, especially dog ears, but she never had this urge when it came to a human so she didn't know what was going on.

"That." He let go of her shoulder and his hand slowly started to reach up and ended up resting on her head. Kagome started when he began to pet her head.

"Excuse me, what are you doing?" She tried to inch away from the crazy man who was patting her head like a pet. Go figure she thought. I have the urge to touch his hair and he starts petting mine. She started to giggle. Stepping away from the man and his petting hand she couldn't hold in the laugh at the face he made. It was just too cute. Her hand went to cover up her chuckle when it instead reached up trying to touch his hair.

What the hell, she thought? What is going on? She could barely reach his head and was softly stroking the ends of his hair that hung just below his ears. They both stepped closer so that they could get to where they wanted to be. Touching the other's hair.

"Bloody hell." The man said as he stepped closer to Kagome. It looked like they were embracing if one didn't look close enough. The hands were straining but the bodies were pulling away.

"Do you know what's going on?" She asked as the feelings of contentment washed through her as she fondled his hair.

"I'm sorry miss. We were going to test this new product of ours. I think we might have made a mistake with some of the ingredients."

"Product? Ingredients? What are you talking about?"

"It was supposed to give you a few features of a favorite pet. Scales, tails, ears, eyes. "
"Huh?" Kagome asked as she tried to pull her body away from this strange man. He was trying to turn people into pets? What the hell kind of place was this. She looked around and her second sweep of the place made everything that looked fun and magical, menacing.

"What the hell kind of place is this? Is it a trap? Do you lure poor unsuspecting people here to turn them into pets?" Kagome's voice started to rise in her anger. Along with her voice her powers rose to the surface and helped the urge to touch the man's hair go away.

"No. We don't. It was just a joke."

"A Joke? To turn people into animals? How is that funny? What kind of place is this? Does your boss know what you are doing? I would like to speak to the manager." She folded her arms over her chest and stared at the man. The man stared at her. They continued to stare at each other.

"Well? Are you going to get your manager?"

"I am the manager."

Kagome's arms uncrossed. She felt her mouth fall open at his words.

"You run this place?" she asked softly. She couldn't believe it.

"I own this place." Her eyes widened. She took a step back. He took a step forward. He started to reach for her but was too late when she took another step back and started to tumble down the stairs. She only got out a squeak before someone caught her. The arms around her made her feel light. She was turned around by her catcher when her eyes widened some more. The man who was holding her was the same man who touched her hair. She turned to look at where the man was a moment ago and promptly fainted.


I am sorry. I have lost a few files and have moved across the country and well... I have many excuses. I am sitting in front of the computer now and this jumped ahead of the line of what needed to be rewritten. I'm sorry for those who are reading my other work. The next installments are coming soon. I hope you like this. Please let me know what you think. Again, its just me so please excuse any grammatical errors. Unless they are REALLY bad and then I have to know. :)