You've Reached Natsu Dragneel, Leave a MessageYou've Reached Natsu Dragneel, Leave a Message by Poke-lover88
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Prologue: Wrong Number
It was three o'clock in the morning when Natsu Dragneel's phone buzzed wildly on his bedside table. He groaned, his eyebrows pinching together in annoyance as he flopped an arm over his eyes. It was too early, too early to have someone calling him. Whoever it was would just have to wait until a decent hour if they wanted to talk to him.
The buzzing continued as his phone vibrated off of the table and clonked onto the floor with a crack, continuing to seize wildly on the carpet below. The salmon-haired boy groaned again, knowing that if he left his phone on the floor, he'd be sure to oversleep in the morning, as it doubled as his alarm clock.
He rolled over sloppily, keeping his head face-first into his pillow as he let his right arm fall off the side of the bed, patting around on the rug until he found the small device. He sighed, flipping the old phone open and holding it to his ear, without looking at the number or even opening his eyes.
He turned his he
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Juvia figured she'd already played out every situation possible in her head. Whether it was the day he confessed, the day he first would kiss her, their wedding day, whatever the occasion, she'd thought of every single way it could play out.
Did he confess to her on a job? In the guild? In her room? No matter where or what was happening, she'd thought of it. Mostly because she daydreamed about him so often, but also because she wanted to be prepared. She wanted to have already thought through the situation before it happened, so that she could not only hopefully keep her cool throughout the ordeal, but also so she could remember it even more vividly.
Whether he brought her roses or a necklace. Whether the necklace was silver or gold, had a short or long chain. Every little detail of every possible situation, she'd considered. She was positive.
It was nice daydreaming about those times. He was cold and distant and so picturing the day when he wouldn't be, broug
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Natsu frowned down at Sorcerer's Weekly, flipping the pages aimlessly as if he wasn't looking for anything in particular, or bothered by anything in particular, however he always ended up on the same page.
Lucy had lost a bet to Mira and had taken her place as the magazine's centerfold. Not only that, but it also featured a five page spread of her, posing half-naked in bathing suits and nightgowns. That, along with Lucy answering some very personal questions the reporters had asked. And as if that wasn't enough, at the end there was a small form that men who bought the magazine could fill out to win a date with Fairy Tail's one and only Lucy, Celestial Wizard extraordinaire.
When Lucy had told Natsu about her lost bet, he and Happy had guffawed endlessly. It was absolutely hilarious. Lucy would have to pose in the magazine she read so often, but had vowed she would never star in. Was she modest? Maybe. Natsu didn't know. But what he did know was that it was abs
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Had she taken the advice of nearly anyone around her, she wouldn't have been still pining after Gray. They loved him, of course, her guildmates. He was a staple to the Fairy Tail family, but that didn't stop them from subtly hinting to her to give up on him.
Lucy, who'd been her love rival and perhaps still was, had taken her aside, put a hand on each shoulder and told her upfront that she deserved someone who would treat her right. Lucy loved Gray as a friend deeply but she also loved Juvia that way. And she'd told her it was because she loved her that she would suggest moving on.
Lucy wasn't the only one. Erza had dropped hints, Levy had given her looks across the guild, Gajeel had said in his rough way that she didn't deserve Gray if he just shoved her away and made her feel bad about herself.
But they didn't understand.
He didn't make her feel bad about herself. He didn't treat her badly. He wasn't the stoic and distant person they thought he was, and she