... and forgot.”
That question brought back all the things that had been bothering her the past week, but she still had a good amount of alcohol in her system, so a few of her inhibitions slipped. She just hugged him tighter and put her chin on his shoulder, nuzzling her cheek against his, “No, no, no, no, you didn’t do anything. I just have had… things bothering me.”
“What kind of things, maybe I can help.”
“No, its okay,” the older woman said, laughing nervously.
Naruto pulled himself out of her grip and stood facing her, “No way, Tsunade-chan, you said you would be there for me, so it’s only right that I am here for you. Now tell me what’s wrong.”
So forceful, so responsible, so hot, NO, calm down, Tsunade, she shook her head as she fought back a lecherous grin that would have shamed Jiraya, “I’m sorry Naruto, I just…can’t.”
“Don’t you trust me, Tsunade-chan,” the tone in his voice and the look on his face brought a pang of guilt and pain to Tsunade.
Tsunade had tears welling up in her eyes, “I do trust you, but it’s just... I’m afraid. Afraid that you’ll hate me, or be disgusted, or laugh at me, and I don’t think I could take that.”
This must be big, Naruto thought, she didn’t even seem this scared when Kabuto was doing th...