Genre: AU, set in Hour Of The Mice AU world
Warning: gore, non-con, NC-17 (all in the future)
Summary: 2 years after the ending of Hour Of the Mice, KiBum came home one day and found that HyukJae was missing. Does that mean KiBum’s past is back to haunt him?
Notes: I’m back! I can’t seem to get the Hour Of The Mice universe out of my brain! So here’s a sequel to the KiHyuk ending. I hope time would be more generous with me this time so I can finish this story before it causes a bodily harm to me or the readers. Oh btw, I know KiBum and HyukJae would probably better off with a new name so they could live peacefully in a new town with a new identity but I can’t help it! Let’s just pretend that nobody cares about that and they mingled just fine ...
KiBum frowned as he reached the front door. He sensed something was not right, the lights were on and the front door was unlocked, but he could hear Sam barking non-stop from the backyard. It was already past six in the evening, HyukJae was usually home by four. He would let Sam in the house when he was home, the dog was as quiet as a kitten with HyukJae around, but now she was barking like crazy.
KiBum tried not to make any sounds, being brought up in the underworld made him dependant of his instinct and now his instinct told him something was not right.
It was almost two years since they escaped Seoul, with some good luck and hard works, KiBum’s career flourished in the shipping company, while HyukJae still worked part time at a Coffee shop. They managed to get a proper home last year with a garden. KiBum was thankful that his past didn’t come to haunt them, well ... not until today.
HyukJae’s shoes were on the front porch, his coat was still hanging on the hanger. A broken mug laying on the hallway was the only thing that rang KiBum’s alarm. KiBum scanned his surroundings and found no signs of anyone in the house, apart from Sam, who barked louder as she sensed KiBum’s scent. The German Shepperd banged the door harder. After making sure no one was in the house, KiBum walked past the kitchen and opened the back door to let Sam in.
As soon as the door was open, Sam bolted to the front door, chasing the unknown.
“SAM!” KiBum called out, but the dog ignored him and kept running. KiBum ran after the dog who seemed to be bolting to the direction of the bay.
The dog did stopped at one point, KiBum sped up to grab her collar as she was sniffing something on the ground.
It was a blue beanie.
And on the bay, KiBum saw trucks unloading at a dock. The name labelled on the trucks was in Chinese, but KiBum could read it.
ShiYuan Co Ltd.
Sam wanted to run into the gate, but KiBum stopped her.
“That’s enough Sam, we’ll get him but not like this ...” he pulled the protesting dog back home by the collar.