Summary: A boy must live as a girl in order to free himself from his father's desire for him to take over the family buisness. A girl must live as a boy to protect herself and her younger sisters from the mafia. The two meet and become bes tfriends not knowing that the other is hiding a secret. When the truth comes out things begin to change. Will the two find love? Or will the chains of fate keep them apart?
WARNING: Chapters 1 and 2 share some of the same information, but not all. You can skip those two chapter and still understand the storyline however, somethings will not be repeated later on. Also, Chapter 1 is from Felix's point of view while chapter 2 is from Reina's. Chapter 3 is third person. I will use these three points of views throughout the story. If I switch between them in a single chapter, I will tell you.
Chapter 1: The Boy
"You wish to abandon the family buisness?" My father yelled. "How dare you come to me saying such a thing!"
"Honey!" My mother said softly. "There's no need to yell. Please be patient with Felix."
"Alright!" My father said. "You said your dream was to be a Doctor? Alright then, how about this. You shall go through high school living as a woman. If you can do that, I'll let Jason take over. However, you must make it through all four years without a single person finding out. I'll have Marcus watch over you. Understand?"
"Yes Father!" I said.
The Next Day
"I can't believe I'm doing this," I thought as I was walking to the opening ceremony of his first year of high school. I was wearing the girl's school uniform. Lucky for me, I was born with a face that looked like a girl's. I had a black wig on. My small body fit the way I have to live. "My father is so stubborn. Making me dress as a girl."
"Hello first years," a boy stood up on the stage. He was the president of the student concil. "My name is Alexander Bloom. Call me Alex. Since this is my last year as president, I plan to make it the best year ever! now that the speaches are all over, go to class, make friends, study, and have a blast!" Alex was the talk among the girls. I tried to blend in with them, but it wasn't easy. I have no desire to shop for bras or talk about boys.
"Hey, Sylvia," a boy named Hans called out to me. Sylvia was the name I was using as a girl. "There's a cake shop about fifteen minutes away from here. Wanna go to it with me after school?"
"I'm sorry, but I have something I have to do," I smiled. "How about some other time?" This was not the first time another boy has asked me out. So far, six boys have asked me out today. All of them were from different classes in the first year wing. I turned them down the same way.
"S-sure," Hans blushed. He then began talking to his guy friends.
"You shouldn't go out with him," Flora said. Flora was one of the prettiest girls among first years. She was smaller than me and seemed smart. Yet, Flora is not very nice. "Those boys are not good enough for girls like us. They are ugly, dumb, and smell bad. I bet they don't even know what soap is."
"Hey! We are not dirty!" Hans yelled.
"Oh really? Then what is that horrible smell coming from you?" Flora got into a verbal fight against Hans and his friends. I got annoyed and left the room. I decided that lunch would be better on the roof. Alex was there. He turned and smiled at me.
"How's your first day going?" Alex asked.
"Annoying," I mumbled.
"Too many boys hitting on you?" He chuckled.
"Well, you can't blame them. You are beautiful."
"I don't really care. I just want to live peacefully."
"Then ignore them." He walked towards me and grabbed my chin. "They don't diserve you." He leaned closer and kissed me. I slapped him. "Ouch! There was no need to do that." He kisses me again. This time I punched him and ran off.
"Why?" I thought. "Stupid idiot! Dummy! How can you just kiss someone. That was my first kiss. Arg!" SLAM! I had been running without paying attention to my surroundings. I finally noticed what happened when I heard a second thud. I had collided with a boy. As I stuggled to get up, my hand slipped and I fell into his chest. My wig came off as I let out a little scream. A hand then covered my mouth and I was pulled into any empty classroom. The wig was in my hands. I stared at the person before me in shock.
"You..." I stuttered. "You're a..."
Chapter 2: The Girl
"Sister!" one of my younger sisters called out. "Are you going to be ok?"
"Don't worry Sarah," I said. "I'll be fine. Make sure Anne and Marie are dropped off at Daycare!"
"Alright!" Sarah said. "But keep yourself safe! I know you are doing this for us, but don't get yourself hurt."
I smiled. "Well, I will be going!"
"Bye!" I was running late to my first day of high school. I have four younger sisters. Sarah who is 12, Megan, 9, and the twins Anne and Marie, both at 5 years old. We lost our parents in a fight against the Mafia when I was 12. That was only two years ago. Ever since, we have lived in a small appartment. We were left with plenty of money to live until now. Our aunt from our mother's side wanted to take in Anne and Marie, but we did not want to be separated. I promised that I would take care of them and I have. I will never forgive the mafia. My dream is to become a police officer inorder to put those mafia jerks to prision. For this reason, I have been living as a boy. Once I make it through high school, I will take the bar exam and I know that I will make it. Just four more years.
I made it just in time for the opening ceremonies to begin. There was a girl that stood out in the class next to mine. She had black hair but she did not look happy. I saw a few boys going up to her but she'd say the same thing to them. "I'm sorry, but I have something I have to do. How about some other time?" She'd always smile while saying it. To be honest, I was jealous that there was a girl as beautiful as her that was not boy crazy.
Alex Bloom was the president of the student concil. He was handsome, and he was all that the other girls were talking about. The boys were talking about Sylvia, the girl from the class over. Both convesations were boring and I decided to have my lunch else where. That was when I saw Sylvia leaving her classroom and heading up to the roof. I decided to do the same. For some reason I wanted to become friends with her. It was about ten minutes later when I heard the sound of someone running. I thought nothing of it and kept walking. Then I went to turn the corner. This was the first mistake I have ever made since beginning my life as a boy. I fell to the floor. Sylvia had run into me and I was on my back. She tried to get up but slipped. I felt her hand touch my breasts and knew that she was going to find out. I saw her hair fall off. It was a wig. She quickly grabbed it as I pulled her into the empty class room that stood right next to where we collided. I pushed her into the room and closed it behind me. She froze then looked up at me.
"You..." She stuttered. "You're a..."
Chapter 3: Their Decision
"You..." Felix stuttered. "You're a..."
"Yah, Reina said. "Im a girl."
Felix blushed. "I... um... s-sorry. I didn't mean to..."
"Huh?" Reina was confused. She was staring at Felix who was still holding the wig.
"Well, I... um..." He bowed. "I'm very, very sorry. You're a girl, and I should have never touched you like that. I'll take responsibility."
"Alright, now I'm really confused. What are you talking about?"
"I touched your chest." He was still blushing.
"So? Another girl touching my chest is not a big deal."
Felix fell silent. He didn't know what to say. Should he laugh it off to make sure that his secret is still hidden?
"Anway," Reina continued. "I need to to keep the fact I'm a girl to yourself."
"Huh?" Feli looked up at her. "Why?"
"Well, it's hard to explain. You see, my dream is to be a police officer. I want to prove that even women are strong enough to be put out on the field."
"I see. That is a wonderful dream!" Felix stood up. He thought for a moment then began to take off his shirt.
"What are you doing? Why are you..."
Felix stood shirtless in front of Reina. "The truth is, I'm a man. My dream is to become a doctor. I have to live through all four years of high school as a girl in order to prove to my parents that my dream is important to me."
Reina slapped Felix across the face. "How dare you! You..."
"I'm sorry. I know lying to everyone here is bad, but I have to do what I have to do in order to follow my dream."
Reina reached up and placed her hand over Felix's cheek. "You're right. I'm sorry."
Felix smiled. "My real name is Felix, but as a girl, I am Sylvia. And you?"
Reina smiled. "I'm Reina. As a boy, I am Rieno. I know. It's close to my real name, but it was the name that came to mind when I started being a boy."
Felix grabbed Reina's hands. "Then I Felix, will keep Rieno's secret to myself."
Reina chuckled. "And I Reina, will keep Sylvia's secret to myself."
"I'm glad. I'll try to help you as much as I can."
"Same here. You should probably out you shirt and wig back on."
"Right." Felix quickly put his shirt and wig back on.
"I'm glad I got to tell someone about who I really am. We're friends now right?"
So then, Felix as Sylvia and Reina and Rieno left that room and returned to their new lives.
"Master, young master Felix's secret is already out," Marcus said out-loud, but to himself. He was standing on a roof top nearby where Felix and Reina were. He had seen the entire exchange between them. "It seems that the game should be over already, but what should I do? The girl is trusting young master Felix with her secret. If I tell the master about young master Felix, then her secret will come out. Oh! What should I do?
Chapter 4: Rival
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