MP: The Wrong Music(A ‘Marginal Prince’ fanfic)MP: The Wrong Music by Sadist-Angel
(WARNING: This takes place after the events of ‘Guard of My Heart’, which I have not exactly written yet, so there WILL BE SPOILERS. Little spoilers, though.)
But if you are looking for a bit of a laugh and some Mikhail Nevsky, keep reading.)
It had started off with a simple song request.
Well, make that two.
Mikhail Nevsky was tasked with delivering the respective songs to the people who had requested them, after having them burnt onto two separate CDs.
The first request came from the Jiving Bees, who were due to put on a dance performance within the next hour. Mikhail had happened to be at the Life House with Yuuta, Yuuri, Red and Cleo, watching the hip-hop dance troupe rehearse. But by an unfortunate stroke of luck, the CD that the Jiving Bees were using to rehearse their routine to had spun out of the player before scratching itself badly against the floor.
“Damn!” Tiara, the Jiving Bees’ leader, bellowed.
MP: Tarot Poker, Anyone?(A Marginal Prince fanfic)MP: Tarot Poker, Anyone? by Sadist-Angel
Henri-Hughes de St. Germain took one look around his dormitory room.
The door stood behind him, dark, majestic and crafted from the finest mahogany.
The shelves and tables followed the same forbearing essence, all lined with broody literature from some of the French youth's favourite authors. The House of Usher, his latest present from Joshua, laid open and half-read on the desk right next to his bed.
The curtains were nearly closed to ward off any unwelcoming sunlight, bathing the room in dimness, and the bed linen was neat and well-made, courtesy of August and his deft hand at housework.
In the wardrobe, other than the school uniform of St. Alphonso's Academy, hung several dull black suits with some night-colored bow-ties.
In short, everything was in its right broody place, just the way Henri liked it.
Except for a few rather abnormal details.
Evidence of the latest intruder in his life included a few pink-and-black frilly dresses strewn over the floor, som