Characters: Ryo, Dee
Setting: After the manga.
Summary: Dee takes unfair advantage.
Written Using: The tw100 prompt ‘Archives’
Disclaimer: I don’t own FAKE, or the characters. They belong to the wonderful Sanami Matoh.
A/N: This one’s a double drabble.
The file room is, as its name suggests, the room where all the files relating to cases, closed, unsolved, and ongoing, are kept. Civilian clerks do some of the filing, but most detectives prefer to be hands on, especially with their active cases. If evidence or important information gets mislaid, they may not be able to prosecute someone they know is guilty due to lack of proof.
Ryo does all his and Dee’s filing; the only time Dee ever goes to the file room is when Ryo’s already there, because Dee likes to be very hands on indeed, when there’s nobody else around to see.
One of these days, Ryo’s sure someone’s going to walk in and catch them making out like teenagers among the stacks, and then their secret will be out; it’s why he does his best to resist his partner’s advances. But the longer they’re together the more difficult it becomes. Dee makes him feel things he’s never felt before, and Ryo craves his touch, often to the point where he can’t think straight when his lover moves close, pinning him against a filing cabinet and capturing his lips in a heated kiss.
Dee never plays fair.