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08 May 2009 @ 09:17 am
Pretty Pretty Princess (DC/MK)  
Title: Pretty Pretty Princess
Fandom: Detective Conan
Rating: PG
Genre: Romance
Disclaimer: I don't own Detective Conan. But I do have homemade hand-puppets for each character...that's normal, right?

Having friends over to play was an essential part of growing up, and Nakamori Aoko was no exception. Hence, the invitations extended to several of the other little girls in her class to come over to her house and play for a while one Sunday afternoon.

They played many of the games that little girls will play, as well as some that many little girls do not play (Aoko quietly hoped that her father would not get too upset about the state of the garden and the dirt on the floor), and now they were sitting on the floor in the living room playing a board game.

Aoko was still a bit leery, though. When she had mentioned this afternoon play date to Kaito, he had gotten that look about him. She knew that look. It rarely boded anything good for her. Even in the short time she had known him, she had seen that look quite a few times. It meant that he was planning something.

But he hadn’t shown up to make trouble for her yet. So either he had decided to not screw things up for her (unlikely), or he just hadn’t shown up to do it yet (very likely).

After a few rounds of things like Sorry and a few card games, they found the Pretty Pretty Princess box on the shelf in the closet. Being at an age when becoming a princess was still a very valid dream, they opted to play it immediately.

But upon opening the box, they made a rather startling discovery. Namely, all the rings and necklaces and pieces of jewelry that were supposed to be part of the game were missing.

Aoko was confused. The jewelry pieces had all been there the last time she had played this game. She remembered how silly her father had looked in the crown (he was a good dad). So where in the world had they gone?

Shrugging it off, they found another game to play.

It wasn’t until the next day that Aoko got her answer. She walked to school with Kaito, as usual, but said nothing about the odd disappearance of the jewelry from the board game. Kaito, for his part, was acting much his normal self. In other words, teasing her mercilessly about anything and everything he could think of. And she snapped back.

Morning ritual and all.

At school, she slipped her shoes off to put them away in her locker. It was there that she got a big surprise. Either her locker had decided to rob a vending machine, or someone else had been in there.

For sitting in the locker, laid out on top of her school shoes in a surprisingly tasteful display, were all the colored jewelry pieces from her game. The earrings were taped to the sides of the locker, and the crown took pride of place in the very center.

Aoko stared. How in the world had that—

But then she realized that she didn’t really have to ask. She knew.

Especially when Kaito peered over her shoulder and made a comment about the prettiest princess at the party, and Aoko grabbed one of her school shoes and proceeded to commit attempted murder with it.

PS. Written for gracie_musica on a prompt of "J is for jewel theft." Thanks!

marsdejahthorismarsdejahthoris on May 9th, 2009 11:40 pm (UTC)
I... don't know what I like better about this. The fact that Kaito obviously got his start EARLY, or the image of Nakamori in a princess crown... Aw heck, I'm just gonna sit here and snicker over all of it. Bravo!
Candyland: DC: Kid (Mouthless Wonder)candyfics on May 13th, 2009 01:35 pm (UTC)
Thank you! :D I believe that Nakamori was a good daddy and would play games with his daughter like that ^___^
marsdejahthorismarsdejahthoris on May 13th, 2009 05:00 pm (UTC)
I agree. The man has a HUGE soft spot he conceals under all the yelling.
lubricated horse cockhattergems on August 19th, 2009 03:48 am (UTC)
All your stories are like cookies: wholesome and delicious. This one though, is as big as my hand, particularly sweet with lots of M&Ms and chocolate buttons. You always nail the characters so skilfully, but subtly. You win the DCMK fandom. Srs.
Bernadetha LintangBernadetha Lintang on April 29th, 2011 03:41 pm (UTC)
Did Kaito take her jewelry? Btw this is good story :)