MiLady: A NaruHina Story Chapter 2"Old habits are harder to break then one may think";
Naruto had just figured out the true meaning behind that saying. As he made his way to the border, he had been covering the few tracks he made, avoiding wet ground and crossing through water to hide his scent. He did all this without thinking, thus an old habit. For all his life, people have been after him for one reason or another, covering up his trail was the only that kept those people from capturing him. The sun was now right above him now, mean that he had be running for almost 7 hours. He could not stop and rest, Hinata was in trouble and he wasn't going to waste any time. Naruto pushed forward, forcing his body to move faster than normal. His muscles strained and his heart pumped faster.
"Hold on Hinata, I am on my way," he thought.
Hinata opened her eyes and stared at the ceiling, a large chandelier loomed over head, casting light over the large room. Sitting up, she rubbed the back of her neck, for some reason it hurt and s