Gryvon – Writer of LGBTQ Erotic Fiction

Cabin in the Woods (Naruto, Kakashi/Iruka)

Cabin in the Woods (2869 words) by gryvon
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Naruto
Rating: Teen And Up Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: Hatake Kakashi/Umino Iruka
Additional Tags: Community: kakairu_fest, Amnesia, Stockholm Syndrome

Kakashi keeps Sei locked in the woods.

Mizuno Sei woke up tied to a chair in an unfamiliar room. It was a cabin of some sorts. He could see a thick line of trees through the windows. There was a bed and a wash basin and a small bookshelf full of ordinary-looking novels.

In the short span of time it took him to survey the room, he also came to two quick conclusions. First, whoever tied the ropes around his hand was excellent. There was no way Sei was getting out of them without assistance. Second, he had no access to his chakra. It was still there. He could feel it, but it was like there was an invisible wall between him and it.

There were a number of things that could cause such a condition, poison or jutsu being top among them. He could recall each and every option that might have made him this way, but he couldn’t remember why or how. His memories before being here, in this cabin, were vague.

He knew his name. He knew his rank – special jounin – and his village – Mist. His schooling was a blur. His family was dead. His memories of the hidden village were hazy, like a story from a book, but he had a strange sense of certainty that this was his life. He’d been on a mission, something important.

The door opened and a man in a red and white mask walked in. Sei froze in his chair. This was an ANBU, the highest ranking ninja from the Leaf village. It seemed strange how readily available that information was, when he couldn’t even remember what his apartment looked like.

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