Final Fantasy VII, Cloud/Kadaj: on top of the motorcycle, arousal during battle - “I couldn’t believ Title: The Chase Author:jlsigman Rating: PG Warnings: More double-entandres and innuendo than should be legally allowable Word count: 323 Prompt: September 18th, #5. Final Fantasy VII, Cloud/Kadaj: on top of the motorcycle, arousal during battle - “I couldn’t believe I was hard.” Author’s Note: This just came out weird…
The Turks were a blur of black and red as Cloud sped past them, bent low over Fenris to coax every last bit of speed he could possibly manage. He knew he’d have almost no time to get clear before whatever Shinra’s enforcers had planned did whatever it was they wanted it to do. He could feel Kadaj below him, and prepared to jump down to his level.
The explosion itself didn’t startle him. The fact that it was so massive, taking out the tunnel and a significant portion of the road on either side of it, while at the same time shooting fireworks into the sky, did cause him to skid a bit more than he liked as he heaved the motorcycle over the railing and down to the road below. But it triggered memories of battles and chaos and coming out of it all alive, and he felt a feral grin starting on the corners of his mouth as he chased after his prey.
He saw Kadaj look over his shoulder with something that was almost fear mixed with anger and loss, and now the only thing in his way was the limits of his body and motorcycle. The machine thrummed between his thighs powerfully, speeding him to meet with the monster who wanted to bring all the nightmares back. They were drawn together by desire – one to destroy, one to protect – and when Kadaj started to turn his bike to face him, he thought that the clash would begin.
Instead, they both soared over the edge of the road and plunged into the ruins below. It was then, as he raised himself up to deflect an incoming blow, that he released the thrumming between his thighs had nothing to do with the motorcycle, and everything to do with the huge erection he had sprouted. Caught off-guard, he didn’t move as quickly as he should, and let Kadaj’s thrust take him.