In the bedroom, the awkward atmosphere permeated within.
It was Haru and Maki's first encounter in such an embrassing situation.
Haru was better and he was quite calm, but Maki was very embrassed and she didn't dare to face him.
They sat on the side of the bed and turned their backs to each other and no one spoke for a while.
"When you were under the quilt, did you see something Haru?"
A mosquito-like voice came from Maki's mouth. Although she was speaking to Haru, she didn't dare to turn around.
"See? What did I see?" Haru pretended that he didn't see anything.
"It's good that you didn't see anything!" Maki snorted and then quickly added, "Yes! Even if you see something, you must forget it immediately!"
"Umm...." Haru replied vaguely.
There was another long embarrassing silence, and the bedroom was quiet, in contrast, the noise outside was extremely loud, especially the roar of Maki's father.
"It seems that your father is very angry and scolding the police." Haru knew that it was his fault, but he wouldn't admit it.
Maki also listened carefully and said strangely, "The police are not willing to come in and enter my house." She raised her eyebrow and said, "It seems that they forgot to bring the search warrant."
"Even if they didn't bring a search warrant, they should be able to enter since your father has given them permission, right? I don't see any problem here," Haru said as if he didn't know anything.
"Who knows? Anyway, what happened today was very weird!"
Because of the small talk, Maki didn't feel embarrassed anymore and she no longer turned her back toward him. She looked at him and asked, "Haru, let me ask you a question. Don't lie to me!"
"Alright." Haru nodded.
"Did you defeat all of the security guards in my house? Don't worry, even if you really did it, I won't blame you! But of course, it doesn't mean because I care about you, I just think that the security guards are too useless! I'll ask daddy to replace them next time!" Maki tried to act like she was really annoyed, but at the same time, she looked at him curiously.
"Well, it's me." Haru nodded and didn't hide it anymore.
"Really? It's you?" Maki raised her eyebrow and felt quite doubtful.
"Did you not remember that I've defeated a bear before?"
Maki only remembered that accident and asked, "How is it? Are you alright? You don't feel sick, right?"
Looking at Maki who started to become worried, Haru smiled and said, "I'm alright. If you don't believe it, I can show it to you." He pulled out his shirt to show that his wounds had been closed.
Maki looked at three large scars on Haru's chest and touched it carefully. She was very worried when she heard that he was being wounded by a bear, but her heart became annoyed when she recalled the girls that came to his room at that time.
"Did you see enough?" Haru asked. It felt a bit chilly so he wanted to close his shirt as soon as possible.
Maki blushed and looked away. "H, hurry up and close your shirt!" Her face was very hot when she thought about the shameful thing that she had done earlier. At the same time, she remembered when she and Haru played a doctor during their childhood time. Thinking about her childhood, she was wondering where that innocent boy went?
Maki had an idea why Haru came to her house in the middle of night, but she pretended that she didn't know anything and said, "So what had happened in my house was because of you?" Her cheeks were blushing, but her face was very cold and she folded her arms, looking at this young man, she asked, "Haru, you haven't told me why you came to my house tonight?" Then she looked away and wondered whether he would ask what had happened during the music room before.
"If you don't mention it then I might forget about it."
Haru patted his head, because of the various accidents that happened before, he almost forgot the real purpose of his night visit tonight. He knew that it was impossible to ask what she had said in the music room.
Haru knew that he needed to have small talk and some activity to make her relax so that both of them could talk to each other in a more comfortable state.
"Maki, come with me!"
Haru took Maki's hand, amidst her dissatisfaction.
Both of them came to the balcony together, but he froze there....
The rain poured from the sky, and it directly cooled Haru's heart. He twitched his lips and wondered whether God wouldn't help him.
Haru remembered that it was raining before, and at the same time, when he entered Maki's house, the sky was also covered in dark clouds. It looked like a heavy rain was approaching, but he didn't care much. However, it seemed that he needed to pay that price now and unless, he used his magic, it was impossible to erase the rain which happened right now.
"So what do you want to do when you bring me here?"
Maki stood beside Haru, slightly sideways, didn't dare to look at him, one hand curled at the end of her hair subconsciously.
Haru showed a helpless smile and said, "I want to watch the stars with you like before..."
"Look at the stars?" Maki said with a hint of joy in her voice. "Haru, do you want to watch the stars now?" Of course, she remembered that both of them often watched the stars in the past together which made her secretly feel very happy that he wanted to do it again with her.
"But the sky..."
"Unless you have an astronomical telescope then it is impossible to see the stars at this moment," Haru said.
"I have it!"
Haru was speechless, but he only remembered that this girl was a rich Ojou-sama. "I only remember that you're a rich Ojou-sama."
"I might be a rich Ojou-sama, but what are you? Sultan?" Maki snorted and knew that if this guy wanted then he might able to buy a rocket himself to go to space. Though, she didn't care about any of that now and she ran happily to the corner of the balcony where there was a huge object that was covered by a black cloth.
Lifting the black cloth, there was a huge astronomical telescope hidden underneath. On the dark tripod, a mirror tube about one meter long was supported.
Haru could tell that this telescope was very expensive and the newest one at that.
"Haru, come and take a look! Something seems to be moving on the moon, do you think it is a fairy? Or is it a rabbit? I've heard that there is a rabbit living on the moon!"
Haru was speechless, but he remembered that this girl believed in Santa during their childhood time. He was wondering whether she still believed in Santa until now.
"There's no way there's a fairy in the moon."
"Haru, you didn't even look at it! how can you be so sure? Or should you be like everyone else? You think that there's no God in this world?"
Haru was speechless and said, "If I don't believe in God then I don't own a shrine, girl."
Maki nodded and only remembered that this guy owned a shrine. "That's right! There must be a God in this world! I remembered that every time I woke up on New Year's Eve, there would be New Year's money under my pillow! It must be sent by a God!"
It was sent by your parents, girl....
Haru was speechless, but he didn't say anything. Looking at Maki's innocent smile at this time, he knew that he shouldn't break the dream of this cute girl.
"Haru, don't just stand in there! Come and watch it with me!"
Maki pulled Haru forcefully, and under the rainy night, the faces of the two of them clung to each other.