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“Lenochka! Wake up!” Yura said, poking her. She woke up and looked at him. “Мой зайчик, let’s go play hockey!” he said, picking her up off the bed. “No, Yurochka. I don’t wanna.” she said, hugging him. “Okay… I’ll go play with Sasha and Misha.” he said, running downstairs and outside. Elena walked down the hall and stopped when she heard an interesting conversation…

“Yes, I’ve been trying to. Once Andrei is out of the picture, I’ll be rich! What do you mean “what about the little rat?”? I’ve got plans for Yura…”

Elena ran downstairs and bumped into Andrei. “Drunia! Drunia! You have to listen to me!” Andrei looked at his sister, concerned. “Slow down, what’s going on?” “I just overheard Natalia on the phone, and she’s planning to kill you and take your money!! She’s also planning something against Yura!” Andrei sighed. “Lena, I know you don’t like Natasha, but making up something like this is sick!” he said, walking off. Elena was really upset. She ran outside where Yura, Sasha, and Misha were playing hockey. “Lenochka! You decided to join us?” Yura asked, hopeful. “No… dozhdik, I need to talk to you.” Yura skated over to her. “What’s up?” She looked at him wanting to cry. “I’m scared, Yurochka.” “Of what?” “I overheard Natalia on the phone. She’s plotting to kill my brother and take all of his money. Even you’re in danger… she said she has “plans” for you.” “WHAT?!! Not good. Did you tell Drunia?” “Yes, but he doesn’t believe me. He thinks I’m making this up.”

MEANWHILE…

“Natasha!! Tasha, where are you?” Andrei yelled, looking around the room. Natalia walked in carrying some tea she made for herself and Andrei. “Yes, darling?” “I need to ask you a question.” “Well, okay. What?” “Lena said that you were on the phone with someone and you said that you want to kill me.” “WHAT?! No, Drunia! I would never!” she said, pretty much lying. “So I guess what Lena said about you saying you were planning to hurt Yura was a lie too?” “What? Druniashka, I don’t like Yura, but I would never hurt him!” she said, lying again. “Good. I can’t believe it… we’re together… and happy!” he said, taking a drink of tea. “Yes. To us!” Natalia said, making a toast. Just then, the phone rang. “I’ll get it!” Andrei said, answering. “Allo? Ah, Boris Yevgenyevich! How are you?” “Good. Thanks. Is Natalia home?” the voice on the other line said. “Yeah, hold on. … NATALIA!! TELEPHONE! IT’S YOUR BROTHER!!!!” he yelled, wating for her. Natalia took the phone and went into the other room, away from Andrei. “Hey Borya! How are things?” “They’re good. Thanks sis. How is the plan coming along?” he asked. “Very well. The poisoned tea should take effect soon.” “Hehehehehe… cool. And Yuri?” “I don’t know. I need someone to kidnap him.” “I will. Where does he go?” “He plays hockey alone outside a lot, but sometimes with Misha and Sasha. Those two are easy to distract however. I’ll call you back.”

Natalia went outside and walked over to where Yuri, Sasha, and Misha were playing street hockey. Yuri stopped and looked at her suspiciously. “What the hell do you want?” he asked her, keeping his distance. “Nothing, Yura. I just want to watch you boys play.” She said, sitting on the little bench. Yuri was none too trusting of her, but continued to play hockey anyways. Natalia dialed her cell phone and called her brother. “Borya. Where are you at?” she asked. “Behind you. In the trees. I see everything. Now go. Let’s set this plan into motion.” He said, hanging up. Natalia walked back over to the boys. “Sasha, Misha, Kuzia wants to talk to you boys.” “Oh. Okay. Come on Misha!” Sasha said, grabbing Misha’s arm and running inside. Natalia and Yuri just stared at each other. “You’re up to no good. I know this. Lenka heard everything.” “Yes, but no one but you believes her. And without you around to back her up, it’d seem like she’s telling a big lie.” “Yeah, well, sucky for you that I am backing her up!” “Not for long.” A voice behing Yuri said. He turned around and there was Natalia’s older brother, Boris. Boris took the hockey stick and whacked Yuri in the head with it, knocking him out. Natalia laughed evilly. “Good work. Now take him to your summer house and torture him. They’ll never know he’s gone.”

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Yura ran into his room, and layed on the bed. He was miserable. Kuzia walked in, and sat on the edge of the bed. “Yurochka… don’t be sad.” Yura rolled over on the bed. “Leave me alone, Kuzia.” “Look, I know it hurts… but it’ll be okay. You still have Lena. You don’t need Andrei.” There was a silence between them for a few moments, and then Yura broke it. “I quit.” Kuzia’s eyes widened. “WHAT?!” “I’m quitting the band, Kuz. I just can’t be near him. I’m sorry.” Kuzia sat there in shock, and Lena walked in hearing everything. “Yuri Vasilevich!!! You are NOT quitting!” she said, sitting next to him, cuddling him. Kuzia stood up and headed to the door. “Just think it over. I’ll be composing if you need me.” Yura sighed. “Whatever…” Lena decided to lay next to him, and hugged him. He looked at her. “Lenushka…” “Yeah?” “Promise me you’ll never leave me…”

Meanwhile, in the main room, Kuzia called a band meeting. The rest of Laskovyi Mai (Andrei, Sasha, Sergei, Misha, Kostya, Igor, and Slava) walked in. Kuzia looked at them. “Sit, all of you.” he said, pacing back and forth. The boys sat. Misha was worried. “This doesn’t sound good at all…” he said. “It’s not.” said Kuzia, causing the boys to look at him, worried. “Yura quit the band.” Everyone looked at each other in shock. Andrei knew it had something to do with him. “WHAT?!?” Misha yelped, surprised. Sasha and Sergei just looked at each other, bummed out. “You know what, Kuz? I quit too. It’s just… Yura’s like a brother to me. Wherever he goes, I go. I can’t do this without him.” Misha said, walking out of the room. Kuzia was shocked, but deep down he knew this was all temporary.

Back in Yura’s bedroom, he and Lena were still on the bed together, snuggling. “Yurka… I need to tell you something.” Yura looked at her, a bit worried. “What is it, snugglebunny?” She got nervous and started playing with her hair. “Well… remember on your birthday last month when we got back together for the night and we… you know…” Yura giggled. “Of course I remember… what’s up?” “Well… Yurkina… I.. I’m gonna have your baby!!” Yura stared at her, shocked. “Seriously?!? We’re so young though…” “I know, Yurochka. I think we can do this. It’ll be alright!” They cuddled. “You know, Lenushka… I think that splitting with Drunia might have been a good thing..”

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They really are too young!!! But they’re handling it better than any 14 yr olds I know of! O_O



Yura was chilling out, outside on a swing with Misha, Sasha, and Sergei. “So boys… did you hear what icky-bitch has been saying?” Yura asked, swinging slowly. “Wait… who’s icky-bitch?” Misha asked, confused. “That girl, Natalia Lebedeva. She’s always hanging around Drunia, and I hate it.” Sasha and Sergei leaned over on their swings curiously. “Well, what has she been saying?” “She’s been telling everyone within a 400 mile radius of Moscow that her and Drunia got married.” The boys’ eyes widened. “EWWW” they all said. “Drunia wouldn’t marry that thing!” “I know!!” Yura said, grossed out. “But I still should ask him of it…” He walked inside, into Andrei’s bedroom, and sat next to him on the bed. “Druniashka… I need to ask you something…” “What’s up, моя ласковый дождик?” “…What’s going on with you and Natalia?” Yura asked, hoping that Andrei would tell him what he wanted to hear. Andrei got nervous. “What?! … Nothing’s going on between us! Nothing at all! We’re just friends.” “Really? That’s not what she’s been saying… She keeps telling everyone that you guys got married…” “Yurka… we didn’t. She’s such a liar..” “Good! I think we have quite the future together!!” he said, kissing Andrei and walking out.

Andrei sat there. He knew he had to tell Yuri the truth sometime, even if it would break his heart. He walked out of his room and decided to go talk to Kuzia, who was in the main room, trying to compose something new. “Kuz… can we talk?” “Sure. What’s up?” “I just had to lie to Yura… he found out that Natalia and I got married. I told him we didn’t. I can’t keep lying to him like this.” “Well, Drunia… you should’ve thought about that before you got involved with him.” “I know… but, how could I not? He’s sweet. I love him!” Kuzia looked at Andrei, unsure of if he should believe him or not. “What about Natalia?” Andrei looked at the floor. “I love her too. I’m so confused… I don’t know what to do.” “You’re totally screwed.”

Meanwhile, outside, Yura was playing soccer with Sasha and Sergei, while Misha watched. Natalia pulled up in her car, got out and walked to the door. Yura decided to confront her. “So, Natashka, how long are you gonna keep lying to everyone?” Natalia looked at him, with a look of pretty much pure disdain. “What are you talking about? I have never lied in my life!!” “You know what I’m talking about! You and Andrunia! You guys aren’t married!!!” “Yes we are, you little rat.” “That is such a shit! Drunia loves me and only me. Together forever. And who are you callin’ a little rat, you overgrown sasquatch?!” “Overgrown sasquatch? You little… ugh!! Well! I hate to burst your bubble, kid. Andrei is mine. We’re very much so married, and we’re gonna have a baby together!” Natalia said, showing Yura her very pretty, expensive wedding rings. “So just back off and play with your toys. OH! And if I ever catch you ANYWHERE near my Andrei, you’re gonna be sorry.” she said, walking inside. Yura stood there in shock. “She’s lying!!” Yura said to the boys. “Right? You boys think she’s lying too, right?” Sasha and Sergei just looked at each other, and Misha just looked at Yura. “Yurka… I don’t really think so.” Sasha said, looking at the ground, sheepishly. “WHAT?! This is all giving me a headache. Let’s go inside.” The boys headed inside, and meanwhile, Natalia went to confront Andrei…

She burst through the door, totally ticked off. “Andrei Aleksandrovich!!!! You have a lot of explaining to do!!” Andrei looked at her, confused. “Oi.. okay. About what?!” “You and that kid!” “You mean Yura? What about him?” “Yeah that’s the little rat. He told me that you told him that you two were gonna be together forever! What the hell is he going on about?!” “Well, I told him that once…” Just then Sasha walked by the room, and decided to stand in the doorway and listen in. Natalia looked at Andrei, curious. “Why?!” she asked. “Because he’s been fucking Yura senseless for the past few months!” said Sasha, deciding to pipe in. Natalia got angry. “WHAT?!?!!?!?” Drunia looked at Sasha. “Thanks, Sashunia.” he said, sarcastically. “Oh you’re welcome!” Sasha said, running off, giggling. Natalia looked at Andrei, her anger becoming more of disbelief than anything. “How could you do this to us?” Andrei turned away from her, not wanting to see how he hurt her. “I don’t know, Tashka… It’s just… Yuri is so perfect, he’s so sweet, so innocent. I’ve been like the only person who’s truly cared.” “Don’t you care about me and our baby?” she asked, about to cry. “Of course I– WHAT?!” “It’s true. We’re having a baby!” They kissed each other, and pretty much started making out when all of a sudden they heard a voice. “Oh my god! Drunia!!! What the hell!!” Andrei looked, and it was Yura, standing there staring at them in shock. “Yura! Sweetheart… it’s not what it looks like!!!” Yura was starting to get mad. “Like hell it is! So, you’ve been lying to me all this time?!” Andrei just looked away, saying nothing. “I feel like such an idiot… Прости меня, Наталия… I really thought he loved me…” Yura said, running off.
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I agree with Yuri. Natalia is an overgrown sasquatch! XDDDD



Outside, Yura, Sasha, and Sergei were walking, creating a trail with some fake blood they found. It was part of Yura’s plan to make Lena come running back to him. “This is gonna cause a freak-out of epic proportions.” he said, walking. “No shit, it’ll be amazing.” said Sasha, accidently pouring the fake blood on his hands. Sergei stood there, staring at Andrei’s car. “Yura! I’ve got an even better idea.. you should really freak out Drunia too!” Yura looked over at him. “Sounds like a good idea…” He took the fake blood and started to make smeared bloody handprints all over Andrei’s car. Yura sat in front seat of the car, legs hanging out the door. “You two remember what to do, right?” “Yep! We do.” “Good.” he said, taking out a pocket knife. Sasha looked at him, freaked out. “Yura!! What are you doing?! This isn’t in the plan!!” “Sashka. How else am I gonna make this convincing? I have to give myself little cuts…” “Dude… just don’t get carried away.” “I won’t! I promise!” Sasha and Sergei ran inside, while Yura began to cover himself with the fake blood.

Meanwhile inside, things were awkward. Elena stared at Andrei, evilly, and Andrei just stared at the floor. Kuzia was watching them, amused, and played keyboard. Misha and Kostya were laying in the floor, playing chess, when Sasha and Sergei ran in, freaking out. “GUYS!!! GUYS!!! HELP!!” “Sasha! Calm down. What’s going on?!” Kuzia asked. Sasha began to do his best fake crying act, which probably should’ve won him an award or two. “It’s bad, Kuz… it’s really bad.” Andrei looked up at Sasha. “What is? What’s going on?” he asked. Elena continued to stare at her brother, angrily. “It’s Yura…” Sergei said, staring at the floor. “It’s awful… blood everywhere…”

Elena looked at Sasha, not wanting to believe what she just heard. Everyone was in a stunned silence. “This is all my fault…” Misha said, feeling guilty. “No, Mishanka. It’s my fault. I shouldn’t have yelled at him…” All of a sudden, everyone noticed Sasha’s hands covered in ‘blood’. “I tried to wake him! It didn’t work!!” Andrei grabbed a flashlight, and ran outside, with everyone following. They saw the trail of ‘blood’ and stopped. Lena noticed Yura’s legs sticking out the open door, and she ran over, with everyone following. “Yurochka!!!” She crawled on top of him, and held him, crying. Yura wanted to burst out laughing, but wouldn’t let himself. To him, Lena was getting exactly what she deserved.

Kuzia pulled Lena off of Yura, and Andrei picked him up, holding him close. “Yura… what were you thinking?” Yura looked up at him. “Drunia… I love you.” “And I love you too.” He carried him inside. “Someone, get me a wet towel. I need to clean him up and figure out where the bleeding is coming from.” “We’ll go.” Sergei said, grabbing Sasha and running off to the laundry room. They couldn’t hold in their laughter any longer. “Yura is so fucking awesome!” Sergei said, grabbing some towels. “Hell yeah! I wanna be able to pull of something this insane one day!” They ran back into the room where everyone was, towels in hand. Andrei began to wipe Yura off. “I just don’t understand. These cuts don’t seem deep enough to cause this much blood…” “Well. Anything’s possible.” Kuzia said, pacing. Yura was doing his best near-death act, but began to feel really bad for it. Elena sat next to him, holding his hand. She was a crying mess. “Lenushka… you look so… shiny.” Kuzia stopped, and looked at Yura. “He’s delirious, Andrei. Bandage him up and put him in bed.” Sergei and Sasha looked at each other confused. If this was all just an act, then… how was Yurka delerious? Andrei carried Yura into his bedroom, and put him in bed. “You get some sleep, мой дождик.” he said, covering him up and walking out. Sergei and Sasha snuck in, and poked Yura.
 
“Dude, that was great!!” Sasha said, sitting on the end of the bed. “Yeah I know!! They think I’m fucked! They think I’m about to die! I hate to say it, but.. I kinda like this attention.” “Yeah, they’re babying you! It’s fucking sweet.” “Hell yeah! I just hate seeing everyone so sad.” “Yeah, that sucks. I’ve never seen Drunia act like this. He’s miserable. And Elena acts like the world is ending.” Sergei said, deciding to sit on Sasha. “That was my plan. To make Lena feel shitty for freaking out on me.” Just then, Andrei walked back in, coming to check on Yura. “SASHA! SERGEI! Get outta here! Yurka needs sleep.” Sergei grabbed Sasha and ran out, leaving Andrei and Yura alone. Yura began to feel insanely guilty, and it showed. “You’re okay, aren’t you?” Andrei asked, sitting next to him. “Druniachka…” “This was all an act?!” “Andrusha, let me explain..” “Don’t. How could you do something this sick?! I totally thought I was gonna lose you!” Yura looked at Drunia, wishing there was someway he could take back what he did. “I didn’t expect you to find me. This all was intended for Lena.” Little did Yura know, Elena was outside the door, listening to everything. “Druniachka… I wanted her to feel like shit for snapping at me. I know, I know… it’s childish. I deserve to have everyone hate me.” “You do not.” Andrei said, hugging him. “I’d better go before Kuzia finds out. I love you, мой дождик.” “I love you more!!” Andrei smiled at Yura and walked out of the room.

Just then, Elena stormed in, pissed. “YURI VASIL’EVICH SHATUNOV!! You have a lot of nerve pulling a stunt like that!” Yura looked away from her. “Do you know how worried I was when I saw you laying there like that?! I thought you were dead! I thought to myself “Great. Another person in my life I really cared about is gone.” “Lena.. I’m sorry. I just… it was stupid.” “Yeah, it was. And now I feel like… you’re not the same. You act like I don’t exist anymore. You don’t even want to spend time with me anymore… maybe we shouldn’t be together.” Yura looked at her, sad. His plan was to make her feel bad, not cause her to dump him! “Yura… I love you. But until you can decide if you want to be with me or my brother, there’s no us. I’m sorry.” She said, walking out.

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Honestly, do you blame Yura for his plan? I don’t.



So, this takes place the day after Drunia had found Yurka in Savel’evka, and now, they’ve just arrived home. (It takes 35 hours to get from Savel’evka to Orenburg, so yeah..)
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The door opened, and in walked Andrei and Yura. Elena looked up, and saw Yura, causing her to jump into his arms, crying happily. “Yura!! I was so worried! I thought something bad had happened… Don’t you ever, ever do that again!!” Yura smiled at her. “I’m fine, snugglebunny!” he said, cuddling her. She looked at him. “Are you sure? Oi! Мой ласковый мальчик! You’re so cold…,” She held him close. “I’ve made a desision, Yurkina.. I do wanna marry you. Tonight.” Yura’s eyes widened. He couldn’t believe what he had just heard. He looked over at Andrei, who was just staring at the floor, looking rejected. “Come on Yura! Let’s go to my room.. we’ll talk about this and I’ll warm you up.” Lena said, dragging him off towards her bedroom. Andrei watched them walk off, jealous, and Kuzia noticed it. “What’s going on with you and Yura?” he asked, suspicious. Andrei looked up at Kuzia, giving his best fake confused face. “What? Nothing.” “I’m not stupid, Drunia. Yesterday morning, when you walked out of his room, I could smell sex all over you.” Andrei turned away from Kuzia, blushing. “You can’t keep doing this. Two reasons… one, he’s your sister’s boyfriend! And two, you’re 24, he’s 14… do you know how wrong that is?!” “Kuzia… I know those things, and you know what? I just don’t care. I really love him, and nothing is gonna come between us! He’s so sweet, and so precious… and he has talents that aren’t suitable for the stage, if you get what I mean!” Kuzia looked at Andrei, grossed out. “Okay. Too much info!!! … well. What are you going to do? Your sister wants to marry him tonight.” Andrei sighed. “I guess I’ll just trust that Yura does what’s right… for us.”

Meanwhile, in Lena’s room, she and Yura are laying on the bed together, and she has many blankets on him, trying to get him warm. “I can’t believe it! We’re gonna get married!” she said, giggling. Yura looked at her, wishing he was about to say anything but this. “Lenushka… maybe we shouldn’t.” “What?” she asked, confused. “Earlier before you ran off, you really wanted to!” “Don’t get me wrong, snugglebunny… I do want to marry you, one day. Just not now. I wasn’t thinking too clearly earlier.. I was scared.” Lena cuddled with him. “Scared of what?” Yura sat there, quiet for a minute, thinking of something to tell her.. he obviously couldn’t tell her the truth. “Losing you. Misha also has a crush on you… I’m just scared you’d leave me for my best friend.” “What?! NO! Okay, yeah, Misha’s totally cute, but I don’t love him, I love you. Anyways, I’m a bit mad at him right now.” “Why, snugglebunny?” “Well.. he told me that you slept with my brother! I was like ‘What?! Ew! Yura would never!!’.” Yura looked away from her, feeling guilty. “Oh my god… it’s true, isn’t it?” “What? No! No it’s not!” “You’re lying! I can see right through it!!” Lena yelled, on the verge of tears. “I’m not lying! I swear!!” “Look me in the eyes and tell me that. Do it! Look me in the eyes and tell me you didn’t sleep with my brother!!” Yura just looked at the wall. He knew he couldn’t tell her anymore lies. “See? You can’t even do that! … Just leave! Get out!! I never wanna see you again!!” Yura got off the bed, and walked out of her room. He was shaking, and wanted to cry so bad, but he wouldn’t let himself.

He walked into where Kuzia and Andrei were sitting, discussing plans for the new album. “Kuzia… have you seen Misha?” “Yeah, he’s upstairs in your room.. where else?” “Good! I’m gonna kick his ass!!” Yura said, turning to leave the room. Kuzia grabbed him. “What happened?” “He told Lena about Andrei and I…” he said, unable to hold back from crying any longer. “I think I finally know what heartbreak feels like… I need to go.. I’m going outside.” Yura ran outside, and Sasha and Sergei decided to follow.

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😦 Poor Yurkina 😦 Don’t you just wanna give him a hug? I know I do.



Late that night, Kuzia and Andrei were hanging out together, watching TV. “I’d better go tell Yura, Dima and Sasha to come in.” Kuzia said, about to head outside. Andrei looked at him oddly. “Kuz… Dima and Sasha are sleeping.” “Then where’s Yura?!” Andrei began to panic a bit. “WHAT DO YOU MEAN?!?!?” Just then, Elena walked in, hearing the commotion. “What’s going on?” she asked, confused as to why her brother had started pacing back and forth, worried. “Nothing, Lenusia.” Andrei said, sad. Kuzia rolled his eyes. “Yura’s missing.” Lena’s eyes widened, and she began to freak out, hyperventilating. “WHAT?! Oh no.. this is bad!!” Kuzia looked at Lena. “Lenka! Sit down before you pass out!!” She sat down, and regained her composure. “We have to find him! What if he’s hurt somewhere?” “I don’t even wanna think of that…” Andrei said, pacing back and forth a little faster than before. Kuzia looked at the both of them. “Well, there’s nothing we can do about that tonight. It’s way too late.” Andrei was shocked. “WHAT?!?!” he yelled, not believing what Kuzia had just said. “We have to! Now! Kuzia.. don’t you care about Yurochka?” Lena asked, trying not to think of Yura being alone and out in the freezing Russian winter. “Of course I care about him! I just don’t have anyway to go find him.” “I’ll go. I have a car…” Andrei said, grabbing his keys. He was about to head out the door when Lena grabbed his arm. “Take me with you!” Andrei looked at his little sister sympathetically. “Lenka.. the Republic of Bashkortostan is no place for a young Russian girl. The native Bashkirs hate Russians… even Yura is in danger. He’s what the Bashkirs call a half-breed, being part-Bashkir and part-Russian. People have been killed for being a half-breed…” Hearing the last part, Elena began to cry. “Drunia.. just bring him back to me.” “I promise, Lenka. I’ll bring him back to you.” he said, hugging her and running out the door.

Andrei hopped in his car and drove the 150km from Orenburg to Tyulgan, the village where Yura’s aunt and cousins lived. He went to the house where Yura’s aunt, Valeria lived and knocked on the door. She answered the door, none too thrilled. “Let me guess. Sergei Borisovich sent you.” she said, looking Andrei up and down. “No. I came here looking for Yura of my own free will.” “Well, he’s not here.” Andrei sighed. “Do you know where he might be?” Valeria rolled her eyes. “What do I look like? A psychic?! I told that little half-breed to run away and never come back! Hopefully some Bashkirs got him.” She slammed the door in Andrei’s face.

Andrei went back to his car, annoyed. “SHIT!!! Where else would Yura go… SAVEL’EVKA! Where his mother is buried…” He took of, heading towards the little village of Savel’evka. He arrived and found the graveyard where Yura’s mama was buried. He walked into it, and saw Yura, laying next to his mother’s headstone, asleep, freezing cold and wet from the snow. However, to Andrei, he looked dead. “No.. please.. tell me he’s only sleeping.” he said to himself, running over to Yura. He began to shake him. “Wake up!! … come on, Yurochka!! This isn’t funny!!” It wasn’t working. Andrei held him in his arms, and began to cry. “Yura.. please… wake up.” “…not now Mama…” Yura said sleepily. Andrei shook him again, gently, causing him to wake up. “Drunia!! You’re.. you’re crying. What’s wrong?” Yura asked, kissing him. “Nothing, мой дождик. I’m fine! Are you okay?” “Yeah. I’m fine. Cold, that’s all.” Andrei snuggled Yura close. “Why’d you run off?” “I needed to. It’s just I really love you and Elena. I don’t know what to do.” “I’m sorry, Yurochka. I pretty much forced you into this…” “What?! No you didn’t! And, anyways… what Lena doesn’t know won’t hurt her.” Yura said, kissing him.

They got in the car, and Andrei pulled out his cell phone. “I’d better call Kuzia…” he said, dialing the number. Meanwhile, at home, Kuzia and Elena were sitting on the couch, anxious. “I should’ve just accepted his proposal… none of this would’ve happened.” Lena said, crying. Kuzia’s phone rang, and he quickly answered it. “Drunia! Tell me you have good news!” “Yep. I found him.” Yura snatched the phone from Andrei. “Hey Kuzia!” he said, propping his feet up on the dashboard of the car. “Yuri Vasilevich!! You better have a damn good reason for running off!” Kuzia said, yelling at him more out of worry and annoyance than anger. “Yeah. I do. I wanted to be with my mama. Is that so bad?” Yura hung up the phone and handed it back to Andrei. Andrei felt bad. “…I’m sorry, Yurochka. If I would’ve known, I would’ve left you there a bit longer.” “It’s okay, Drunia…” he said, taking Andrei’s hand. They looked into each others eyes. “Yura. I love you.” Yura smiled. “I love you too! Take me home?” “Okay.” Andrei said, driving off.
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Okay, the thing about Bashkirs hating Russians and people who are half-Bashkir/half-Russian isn’t true as far as I know. I only used it for dramatic effect in the story. I mean no offense to the Bashkir people 🙂



The next morning, Elena went to Yura’s room to wake him. “Yurochka!! Darling it’s time to wake up!” she said in the most cheery voice, walking into the room. Andrei somehow managed to crawl out of the bed and hide without her ever noticing. Yura woke up, and looked at Lena. “Morning, snugglebunny.” he said, stretching. She kissed him, but all he could think of was the kiss he and Andrei shared. Elena noticed Yura wasn’t quite himself. “Yura… what’s wrong, мой ласковый мальчик?” He looked at her, not wanting to upset her. “Oh.. nothing.” “Are you sure?” she asked, sitting on the edge of his bed. “Yeah. Just not enough sleep last night.” Elena kissed him. “I’ll go. You just get some more sleep!” She skipped out happily.

Just then, Andrei came out of hiding. “Shit! That was close!” he said, putting his clothes on. “Yeah it was.” “I’d better go hang out with the rest of the band before Kuzia gets suspicious. I love you, мой дождик.” “I love you more, Drunia.” Yura said, with an adorable smile on his face. Andrei walked out, and Yura started to feel guilty. “What am I doing?! I can’t be with him… I’m dating his sister! And how would this look for Laskovyj Maj’s image?! Maybe I really do need sleep…” he said to himself, closing his eyes and trying to get some sleep.

Later on, after waking up and taking a shower, Yura decided to go hang out with the band, and Lena. The boys were being typical boys and watching war movies on tv, which Lena did not like at all. “Oi this is scary! Yura, hold me!!!” she said, clinging to his arm. Yura didn’t say anything, he just stared at the TV. She looked at him oddly. “Yura…? Say something. You’ve been so distant today! This really isn’t like you.” He looked at her, into her eyes. He knew she was probably one of the only people who really cared about him. “Lenushka… I have to tell you something.” Andrei looked at Yura, giving him a look that said “don’t-tell-her!!”. Lena didn’t see it however. “What is it?” “I… … uhh… …… MARRY ME!” Everyone was in shock. “Yura! You two are too young for that!” Kuzia said, confused as to why all of a sudden Yura wanted to get married. “Chill out, Kuz. I know what I’m doing.” Lena looked at him. Part of her wanted to accept his proposal so bad, but she knew what she had to do. “Kuzia’s right. We’re just too young right now! I mean, Yura.. we’re only 14!” He was feeling a bit hurt, so he ran out of the room, with Lena chasing him. She gently grabbed his arm. “Yurochka.. this doesn’t mean I don’t love you.” “I know.” he said, going back into his room and shutting the door. Lena was sad. She had pretty much just hurt the boy of her dreams. She went back to the boys, feeling crappy.

Meanwhile, in his room, Yura was writing a note.
“Lenochka. I love you. ^_^”
He folded the note, snuck into Elena’s room and put it under her pillow. He then returned to his room, and wrote another note.
“Drunia… You’re so sweet and so sexy! How come I never noticed until now? ♥ XOXO”
He stuck that note under Andrei’s pillow. “Well.. I have to do this. They’re gonna be so much better off.” he said, putting on his jacket, and crawling out the window. Yura ran off into the night, never looking back.
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OH MY! Cliffhanger!!



That night, Yura layed in bed, sleeping comfortably. Andrei walked into his room, having a bad case of insomnia. “Yura… Yurochka… are you asleep?” he asked, gently shaking him. Yura rolled over. “…I love you too, Lenochka…” he said, pretty much still sleeping. Andrei shook him a little more. “Yura! Wake up!” That did the trick. Yura woke up, but none too pleased. “Блядь! Drunia!! Why’d you wake me?!?” “I can’t sleep.” he said, sitting on Yura’s bed. “Ugh. Oh well!” “Yura… I can’t stop thinking of you… I’m really confused.” Yura sat up in bed, thinking his ears were playing tricks on him. “What?!” “It’s true, Yurkina.. you’re the only thing I can think of lately. You’re so sweet and perfect and innocent and…” Andrei trailed off mid-sentance when he noticed Yura staring at him. “Yura, what is it?” “Nothing. It’s just odd you say this. I feel the same way about you.” Andrei was in shock. “You do?” “Yeah. I wouldn’t have said it if I didn’t.” There was a bit of an awkward silence between them, until Andrei spoke. “Can I sleep in here tonight? It’s a little bit lonely…” “I don’t mind.” Andrei grabbed a blanket and started to lay down in the floor. “Drunia, don’t. You can sleep with me if you want.” Yura said, scooting over on the bed a little bit. Andrei crawled in bed with him, and covered up. He ended up taking a little too much cover, leaving Yura with none. He looked at Yura, surprised. “YOU SLEEP NAKED!!” Yura blushed and covered himself up. “Yeah.. I do. It’s more comfy, you know?” Andrei couldn’t help but stare. Yura had a perfect body. Yura noticed and decided to kiss Andrei. They began to makeout with each other, and Yura pulled of Andrei’s boxers, throwing them down, which caused them to land on Misha. Misha was sleeping in the floor, but ended up waking up. He decided to pretend to be asleep. They continued making out, and Andrei ended up on top of Yura, still kissing. Things continued to get hotter, but then he stopped. “Are you sure you wanna do this?” he asked. “Yeah.. positive! Like 100000 times positive. Drunia… I… I think..” “Yeah, Yurochka?” “I think I love you.”

*This whole scene is censored due to hot sex. LOL Sorry! I’m just paranoid about getting my thing deleted (Yura’s 14, Andrei’s 24.. yeah..). But I’m sure you can imagine what Yura and Andrei are getting into.*



This takes place a couple months after Elena’s suicide attempt, and her finding out that Andrei is her brother. It’s kinda silly.

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It was midday, and Laskovyj Maj were hanging out together. “I’m bored.” Yura said, throwing confetti on Andrei.

“WOOOHOO! LET’S PARTY!” he yelled, beginning to do a weird little dance. Andrei looked at him oddly, along with Elena. “Are you high?!” she asked, giggling. Yura smiled. “I’m high on life!… maybe.” He threw confetti on Elena.

Sergei looked at Yura oddly. “What the hell? Yura, stop being so weird. We need to record the last of our demos.” Yura sighed. “Ugh… Kuzia… I don’t wanna right now.” Kuzia gave Yura a look that only said “do-it-or-you’re-grounded”. Yura looked annoyed. “Okay, fine.” He and the rest of the band, along with Kuzia and Elena went to their little crappy studio.

“I wanna be in the band.” Elena said, cuddling Yura. “That’s not a good idea, sis.” Andrei said. “Why not?” she asked. “Because, no girls allowed!” Kostya said, giving Elena an annoyed look. Andrei rolled his eyes. “Kostya, hush. Lenka, I don’t think you could handle seeing many, many teenage girls all over Yura… and that comes with fame! We may not be famous yet, but Yura’s the best. It’ll happen.” Yura smiled. Elena looked at Andrei. “Well, I’ll kill any girl who gets too close to my Yura!” Kostya’s eyes widened. “NOOO!! Send them to me!!! I’ll fuck ’em.” Yura looked at Kostya, annoyed and in disbelief. “KOSTYA! Shut the hell up and sing so I can get this shit over with!” Kostya walked into the recording part of the room, and Kuzia began to play the music. Kostya began to sing…

“Ustalo more ot poludennoj zhary,
Ustali chajki nad volnoj kruzhit’ ves’ den’.
Prohlady prosit znojnyj bereg, prosit Krym,
I rady my s toboj gryadushchej temnote.

Prohlady prosit znojnyj bereg, prosit Krym,
I rady my s toboj gryadushchej temnote.
Obeshchayet dobrym byt vecher opyat’,
Obeshchayet more volnoj laskat’.

Noch’ podarit zvyozdnyj svoj skazochnyj mir.
Mir, v kotorom pravit vremya lyubvi.
Laskayut volny ostyvayushchij pesok,
A ch’ya-to yahta dremlet v Gavane svoyej.

Prekrasno vsyo, i eti neskol’ko chasov
My provedyom s toboj segodnya bez druzej.

Prekrasno vsyo, i eti neskol’ko chasov
My provedyom s toboj segodnya bez druzej.

Obeshchayet dobrym byt vecher opyat’,
Obeshchayet more volnoj laskat’.
Noch’ podarit zvyozdnyj svoj skazochnyj mir.
Mir, v kotorom pravit vremya lyubvi.

A zvyozdy – yuga molchalivyye druz’ya,
Kak zhal’, chto skoro vas zamenit novyj den’,
No, nesmotrya na eto, vsyo zhe schastliv ya.
I raskalyonnyj yug v prohladnoj temnote,
Temnote.

Obeshchayet dobrym byt vecher opyat’,
Obeshchayet more volnoj laskat’.
Noch’ podarit zvyozdnyj svoj skazochnyj mir.
Mir, v kotorom pravit vremya lyubvi.”

Kuzia turned off the recording equipment. “Very well, Kostya. If we ever get a real studio contract, we’ll have to edit your voice a bit. It doesn’t “reach” people, it’s so soft. Do you think you could work on that a bit?” “Yeah, I’ll give it a shot. I’m going to my room now!” Kostya said, walking out. Kuzia looked at Yura. “Yura! It’s your turn.” Yura rolled his eyes. “Ugh… yay.” Elena kissed him. “You’ll do good! I know it!” “Let’s just get this over with, Kuzia.” Kuzia began to play music and Yura began to sing…

“Nu, vot i vsyo, ne nuzhno mne.
S toboyu byt’ i den’ i noch’.
Nu, vot i vsyo, pora lune
V osennih tuchah skryt’sya proch’.
Ne nuzhno slyoz, proshu, ne plach!
Ne dumal ya, chto razlyublyu.
Da, ty prava – ya tvoj palach,
No vypal sneg ne k sentyabryu.

O, kak pohozh ty, tayushchij sneg,
Svoim korotkim sushchestvovan’em…
Moyu lyubov’ napomnil ty mne,
Takuyu zhe pervuyu, takuyu zhe rannyuyu.

Zabudu ya tvoj letnij vzglyad,
Teplo travy zabudesh’ ty.
Pojmi zhe, ya ne vinovat.
A pervyj sneg ubil tzvety…

O, kak pohozh ty, tayushchij sneg,
Svoim korotkim sushchestvovan’em…
Moyu lyubov’ napomnil ty mne,
Takuyu zhe pervuyu, takuyu zhe rannyuyu.

Nu, vot i vsyo, a glupyj sneg,
K ishodu dnya, ujdyot s zemli…
Nu, vot i vsyo, ne nuzhno mne
Tvoih nochej, tvoej lyubvi.

O, kak pohozh ty, tayushchij sneg,
Svoim korotkim sushchestvovan’em…
Moyu lyubov’ napomnil ty mne,
Takuyu zhe pervuyu, takuyu zhe rannyuyu.”

“I think we have a hit. Either this or Belyye rozy. Yura! How do you do this with your amazing voice?!” Kuzia asked, turning off the recording equipment. “I was in choir, remember?” “Ah, yes. You got all the solos.” Elena walked over to Yura and kissed him, and Kostya walked back in and sat next to Kuzia. Kuzia looked at Elena.”Elena, I got you a job by the way!” “OOH! COOL! What is it? Official back-up dancer for the band? Yura’s personal love-slave? Oh, wait, I’m already that. Uhhh… costume designer?” “No, Lenochka. You’re gonna babysit all of the little babies here!” “Oh… I… yay?” Elena was bummed out. Yura cuddled Elena. “Well, that sucks to be you, snugglebunny!!!” “Oh shut up!” she said, walking out to go take care of the babies. Yura followed.

Kostya and Andrei were in the room still, with Kuzia. “Snugglebunny? Oi, I hope I never fall in love if it makes you give nicknames like that!” Andrei laughed. “Well, Kostyachka… I think it’s cute… but that should be me! I should be Yura’s snugglebunny! Not my sister!!” Kostya gave Andrei a weird look. “Are you trying to flirt with him?” “I have been since Kuzia introduced us. He never notices.” Andrei said, making a sad face. Kuzia looked uncomfortable. “I’m not gonna ask.” A few minutes later, Yura ran back into the room, laughing uncontrollably.

“Dudes, that little baby just totally puked on Elena, right in the face! It was hilarious!” Andrei giggled. “Well… I guess you won’t be kissing her for a while!” Yura made a disgusted face, and spazzed out. “Ew! You’re right!! Just… EWWWWWWW!!” “Well.. here!” Andrei said, grabbing Yura and kissing him, right on the lips, shocking Kostya and the rest of the band.

Andrei smiled, but then got distracted by a kitten running by. “A KITTEN!!!” he said, adorably running after it. Yura was in shock. “Did he just do what I think he just did?!” “Yeah! He’s chasing kittens. Such a dog!” Kostya said laughing. “No, Kostya… you idiot. Before that!!!” “OH! Yeah… Andrei totally kissed you.” Yura blushed. Kostya gave Yura a weird look. “Why are you blushing? Oh my gosh! You liked it!!” “WHAT?! No I didn’t! Okay… maybe I did…” “I’m telling Elena!! You have a thing for her brother!!! You’re such a boy-skank!” Yura was getting annoyed. “Who are you callin’ skank, Mister “I-sleep-with-every-girl-I-meet?!” “OH! So it’s like this now?” Kostya made fists. “Let’s settle this, short-shit!” Yura swung at Kostya and punched him in the stomach, causing him to fall to the ground. “HAHA! You just got your ass kicked by the ‘baby’ of the group!” Elena walked in. “Yuri Vasilevich!! Stop it!” He looked at her. “But why? He started it!” Kuzia looked at Yura. “I agree with Elena. Stop it now, or Andrei will be the only lead singer of this project.” Kostya made a frightened face. “But… Kuz… Andrei can’t sing.” Kuzia smiled. “Exactly.” Yura laughed. Elena smiled. “Guys… Andrei’s not that bad of a singer.” Kostya gave Yura a devious look. “And he’s a good kisser, right Yura?” Yura looked annoyed. “Wait.. Yura.. you kissed my brother?!” “Ack! No Lenochka!! He kissed me.” Lena looked at Yura, weird. “Why?!” “What? Oh thanks. I’m not kissable?” “It’s not that Yurkina… It’s just.. why?!” “Ehh.. beats me.” he said, kissing her. Elena smiled. “I thought you weren’t gonna kiss me again since I got puke in my face!” Yura made a grossed out face. “Oh man…”

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I don’t own the lyrics of Bereg Krym or Tayushchij sneg. Lyrics © Sergei Kuznetzov



Here’s a quick rundown of what happened between Chapters 2 and this one, Chapter 3. I had it typed up, but my computer eats things… Yura and Elena started dating. They’re in love! BUT! They got into their first fight, and Elena thinks it’s the end of the world and their relationship, and she’s ran off, and Yura can’t find her… so here’s Chapter 3.

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“Lenushka, where are you hiding?” Yura said, walking into Elena’s room. He found a note on her bed, and read it.

Yuroshka. I’ve decided that I’d be better off with my parents, if you know what I mean. Don’t come looking for me, it’s better that way.
-Lenok

Yura grabbed the note and ran into the music room where Kuzia, Andrei, and Kostya were practicing. “Yura! We were waiting for you, time to practice.” “No, Kuzia, we can’t. It’s an emergency!” They looked at him. “What do you mean?” Andrei said, taking the note from him. He read it. “Holy shit dude, you’re right. Okay. Here’s the plan. Yura, you check outside. Kuzia, you look in the basement, since that’s where everyone seems to end up. Kostya, you and I will search surrounding areas.” Yura ran outside, looking everywhere. It was dark, cold, and snowy, and the only light he had was a flashlight that only worked when it wanted to. He tripped over something, and fell into the snow. “What the hell was that?” he said to himself. He fumbled for the flashlight, which flew out of his hands when he fell, and turned it on. It wasn’t a something he tripped over, it was a someone… his darling Elena. “Lena! Are you okay?” She didn’t say anything, she only looked at him. “You stay right here, snugglebunny.. I need to find Andrei and Kostya.”

He ran off and pretty much bumped into them. “Did you find her?” “Yeah, but something’s not right. She’s just laying there.” They all ran over to where Yura found her. Kuzia saw them and followed. “I see you boys found her.” “Yeah… shit, I dropped my flashlight somewhere! Kuzia, do you have one?” He handed his flashlight to Yura. Yura shined it on Elena, and she opened her eyes a bit at the sudden burst of light. “She’s awfully pale.” Kostya said, pointing out the obvious. Kuzia got a glimpse of something shiny, and looked closer. It was a knife. He realized what Elena had done. “Guys, get in the car!” Yura looked at him. “I’m not leaving her here!” “We’re not. We have to get her to a hospital.” Yura picked her up and noticed what happened. She stabbed herself.

At the hospital, the boys waited for something, anything, anyone to tell them if Elena was okay or not. Finally, after what seemed to have been an hour, the doctor came out and spoke to Kuzia. Yura didn’t say anything, he just stared at the floor. Andrei walked over and sat next to him. “Dude, everything will be fine. Elena’s tough.” Yura looked up at him. “What if something happens? What if something goes wrong? It always does…” “It won’t.” Yura was about to say something, when Kuzia walked over to them. “I have good news, and bad news… what should I tell you first?” The boys just looked at him, annoyed, not wanting to play any games. “Well, good news is she didn’t puncture any vital organs. Bad news is she needs a blood transfusion, or she’ll die.” “I’ll do it.” Yura said, without a moment’s hesitation. “Not so fast, Yura. I’m not sure if your blood type is correct. She’s O negative, and can only receive O negative blood.” “Shit… I’m A positive.” “Kostya, what about you?” “Nope. AB positive.” “I’ll do it, Kuzia. I’m O negative.” Andrei said.

The hours passed, and Yura had fallen asleep. Kuzia didn’t see how, especially with the hospital’s bright lights. The doctor once again came out and spoke to him. “Please, no bad news.” “No, none. Just something that shocked me.” “And what is that?” “In the midst of this blood transfusion, we noticed they have the same DNA. They share a strand that only siblings share. Were you aware of this?” “Not at all. As far as we knew, Elena’s whole family was dead.” “Well, not anymore. That boy is her brother.”

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Yep there you have it. Andrei Razin is Elena’s brother. (Note: I know nothing about blood transfusions and DNA. I also don’t know LM’s blood types. So deal with it. :P)



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