It happened by Accident

BY : StoryWeaver4Ever
Category: InuYasha > Het - Male/Female > Miroku/Kagome
Dragon prints: 7163
Disclaimer: I do not own Inuyasha nor do I make any profit from this work


Disclaimer- I don't own Inuyasha and Co. and I make no money from this.


Chapter 1 (Uh Oh)


The battle with Naraku's puppet was growing fierce, and the evil half-demon's spare demons sprang out everywhere, as a young priestess did her best to ward off the demons who attempted to get too close. Her hanyou friend had sent their resident Houshi to protect her while he targeted the Naraku copy. She could hear the monk's staff jingle in the whirlwind of battle as he fought the demons she missed.

Her slim hand reached for another arrow and blanched when she felt the air. Oh god, she was out. What was she going to do now? Kagome felt herself begin to panic at her new situation. Lucky for her, her companion noticed her predicament and grabbed her tiny wrist, pulling her into his fighting form. The petite priestess fit snugly into his side and her face pressed into his chest, afraid of seeing the demons that were coming at them. She whimpered with fear and her voice was laced with panic, "Miroku!"

The monk didn't look at her as he continued to beat away the demons, but his voice was gentle as he responded "Do not worry Lady Kagome. I would never let anything happen to you. You have my word."

The conviction in his voice rang through her, and she knew that what he said were true. Words wouldn’t come to her, so she shook her head in response, taking a deep breath of the musky lemon grass scent of Miroku. ‘Mmm…He smells good.’ She felt herself stiffened at her thought. What the hell was wrong with her? They were in the middle of battle and all she could think about was how good Miroku smelled. For Christ's sake, this was Miroku. MIROKU!

She banished the disturbing thought and peered over the purple shoulder of the monk. She watched as her best friend Sango fought the demons at their backs. Kagome stared at the demon slayer and watched her slide through demon after demon with the precision of an expert.

The young priestess held onto the monk for dear life, feeling very helpless at the moment, while everybody else was fighting the demon horde. Her blue eyes continued to scan the area behind them. This was the least she could do for Miroku, after all, he was keeping his word. Her eyes grew large when she spied a demon sneak passed Sango and head straight towards them. It was moving too fast and would be upon them in a matter of seconds. There wasn't enough time to yell something, so she moved without thinking, knocking the monk to the ground. Suddenly they were engulfed in a shroud of pink entrapping the pair from the outside chaos.

The Houshi’s violet eyes flickered over the expanse of the new cocoon watching what he assumed were demons smash into it and dissolve. The barrier quivered but did not go away as more pummeled it.

Terrified, the small woman buried her face into the purple robes clutching the fabric tightly in her hands. Her mind screamed as the sounds of exploding demons echoed around them. ‘We’re going to die!’ Tears started to form while her body shook wildly. They were going to get eaten, and it was all her fault. It was always her fault.

Strong arms wrapped around her waist giving it a tight squeeze before his warm breath tickled the shell of her ear. "Lady Kagome, we will be fine. Your barrier will hold. It seems to be very strong."

She lifted her head and stared into the calm pools of violet. Her own eyes filled with more tears and questioned hesitantly. "Are you sure?"

The monk's lean face held his conviction as he nodded. "Yes, you have my word, it will stay."

Feeling a little better at his assertion, Kagome laid her head back down on his chest and tried to drown out the echo of sizzling demons. The strong thumps of Miroku's heart caught her attention; It was calm and strong. She couldn't believe how composed the man was. Does anything faze him at all? Or was he like the others and desensitized to the horrors of this time? It was most likely the latter and only she was the one who was dismayed by the bloodshed. Mentally shaking off her thoughts, she focused instead on the lazy beats and willed herself away from the madness.

Kagome wasn't sure how long it was until everything stilled but soon heard Inuyasha's feet hit against the ground next to them. His voice filled with questions directed to the demon slayer who appeared to be on the other side. "Where the fuck did this come from?"

The slayer's answer was as puzzled as his. "I am not sure Inuyasha." The dog must have reached out to touch it, causing Sango to snap harshly. "but do not touch it!"

He growled at her sharp words and barked out his own reply. "Are they inside the damn thing?!"

Sango sounded nervous; maybe even a little hesitant on if they were or not. "I…I think so. Can you hear them breathing?"

Frustration rang from his response. "Fuck no, I can't hear shit in there!"

Kagome felt his hot breath once again on her ear, sending a flash of heat down her spine and her to squirm a little. "Hmm…Apparently they can't see or hear us. Intriguing, very intriguing if I don't say so."

Biting her bottom lip for a second, her baby blues eyed the captivated man and asked a question. "How…how do we get out?"

His dark brows furrowed and contemplated their situation, before answering her inquiry. "I am not sure, but I have a feeling that you are the one who needs to let us out."

A squeak of panic sprang out and her tone was higher in pitch. "I don't know how to do that!" She wasn't even sure how she did it in the first place. How the hell was she going to get it to go away? This barrier was a little cramped, and as she thought more about it, she realized that they were in a very provocative position. Kagome felt her cheeks burning with heat. Oh goodness, she was straddling Miroku.

Clearly oblivious to the tantalizing situation, hmm was the monk's only reply as his brows furrowed once again in thought.

His response didn't help with the nerves of the strung-out Miko and she screamed her frustration "Hmm…Hmm is all that you can say?! We are stuck in a damn bubble, in a very delicate position and all you can say is hm! We need to get the heck out of here. Why is it that I am always stuck in awkward situ…?"

The monk silenced her with his lips locking onto hers. He sucked in her bottom lip coaxing her to open. His appendage caressed hers and she instinctively responded, shocking the monk by her sudden action. Their tongues battled back and forth until the young priestess pulled away to get some air. The barrier around them pulsed once, twice and disappeared. Kagome couldn't take her eyes off the Monk, and it appeared that Miroku couldn't as well. They both snapped out of it when Inuyasha started to yell.

"What the hell is going on?!" The inu snarled, while looking back and forth between the two.

Kagome blinked at the monk then at the half-demon next to her. She willed the panic down and did the first thing she could think of, she lied. "Nothing, we were…" She steadied her voice and continued again "we were trying to get out of the barrier."

Inuyasha growled loudly and narrowed his golden eyes at her. "Why the hell do you look so flushed?" The dog demon must have thought she looked like she had been kissed. Which she had, but she wasn't going to tell him that. She glared at the Inuyoukai and snapped abrasively. "Because you idiot, we were trapped in a barrier and couldn't get out! Of course, I look flushed. I had to get us out of there!"

The dog demon huffed loudly and stomped his foot childishly "Well, you can get the hell off him now. You’re no longer in the fucking barrier!"

Kagome's blue eyes widened, and she scrambled off of Miroku, avoiding his violet eyes as she did so. Her face brightened with a shade of red at the thought of the kiss the monk had just given her. Oh, snicker doodles. He had kissed her and well…she had kissed him back. Kagome couldn't deny that it had been a mind-blowing kiss. If she had remained standing, she would have been weak at the knees.

Shoot! She couldn’t think of Miroku like that. He liked Sango, didn’t he? She carefully peered out of the corner of her eye at the monk now standing next to Inuyasha. Apparently, he was thinking along the same lines, because he was watching her with hooded eyes while their short-tempered friend spoke to him. The strange expression he was giving seemed to send shivers down her spine. He was staring at her, as if he was really seeing her for the very first time. She squirmed under his intense stare and was more than grateful when Sango came to block his view.

The slayer hooked an arm through one of hers and pulled the stunned miko along to help find a place for them to camp for the night. It had been an exhausting and very confusing. Okay, more confusing on her part then the others. She felt eyes on her back and didn't dare to turn around to see if it was Miroku or Inuyasha. Kagome hoped it was the latter because she wasn't sure how she felt about the first.

In her head, she kept chanting, ‘He is my friend. He is my friend.’ Over and over again, but to her, it sounded weak and now completely untrue. Oh pickles!

Sango cleared her throat and drew her attention to the concerned look of her best friend. The older woman gave her arm a squeeze and whispered softly. "Are you okay?"

‘No, I’m far from okay.’ She thought to herself, before she found her voice within all the confusing madness. "Yes, I think so."

Sango glared over her shoulder. Kagome assumed she was directing it toward Miroku, and the look softened when Sango’s brown eyes came back to her "He didn't try anything, did he?"

Her skin flushed a pale pink, but she shook her raven head. "No, he didn't." Her mind screamed Liar, Liar, however she ignored it. She couldn't tell Sango that her crush had laid a smoking hot kiss on her best friend and to tell the truth, she had liked it … a little too much. She couldn't shake the feeling that Miroku had liked it as well.

A groan slipped passed her abused lips tilting her head back to stare up at the darkening sky for a second. 'You got to be kidding me!' She huffed to herself silently and kicked a rock in her path. Great, first her crush on Inuyasha, which ended up being nothing more than an infatuation. She really cared for him as a friend, but not as a lover. Now there was this…Ah, Hell…this felt different and didn't feel remotely like a simple crush… this felt…well she wasn't sure what it was, though it was something and that made her gut twist sharply.

She glanced at Sango, and it made her feel worse. A new chant came to mind, ‘I will not make out with my best friend's crush. I will not!’ Another came to mind after that, ‘I will not have hot sex with said monk either.’ SEX! Where the hell did that come from? She was now thinking about sex with Miroku. Oh god! When did it get so hot outside? What was wrong with her? For the love of everything, it was only a kiss! A simple mind-blowing kiss was all that it was. Huh? Wait. What? Reverse that. It was a simple kiss.

The Slayer cleared her throat once again, her voice no longer beside the distracted priestess but now behind her. "Kagome you can stop now. We have found a place to camp."

Feet pausing in step, she pivoted quickly to face her companions and felt her face flush with embarrassment. Did she really just continue walking while the others stopped to set up camp? The trio stared at her curiously and the blush deepened. Oh, she was going to die of humiliation.

Her friend’s face was overcome with concern causing her to step towards the red miko."Are you sure you're okay?"

Kagome forced a smile, waving off her concerned friend as she tried to fight away the flush of color. "Yeah, just a little traumatized by all that has happened that's all."

Inuyasha snorted, eyeing Miroku first then to Kagome before thumbing in the direction of the Houshi. "I would be traumatized too if I was stuck with the lecher in such a tiny space. Oh, the horror."

Miroku raised a lean brow at half demon, his voice smooth and calm; it held more sarcasm than usual, though it went over the dog demon’s head. "Very traumatizing indeed, Inuyasha."

A delightful shiver slid down her spine as his voice washed over her. The dimming blush bloomed once more triggering the young priestess to bow her head, so that her bangs blocked their view. She hurried to a spot tossing her pack to the ground then plopping down next to it. She opened up the bag and began to pull out supplies, whispering to herself so softly that even Inuyasha couldn't hear "You have no freaking idea." They really didn't or wouldn't. They weren't the one who was kissed by the lecherous monk. Her body flushed with heat at the reminder. Great, just great, this is going to be one hell of a night.



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