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Mai - Ghost Hunt Ghost Hunt Anime, Ghost Hunters, Awesome Anime, Anime Characters Naru - Ghost Hunt I've only seen a couple episodes of this one. Anime/Manga: Ghost Hunt fanfiction archive with over stories. Naru left 4 years has past and Mai is working with Masako as her assistant. If Noll had not considered his former mentor's advice, he would not need to deal with . Slow burn story about the relationship between Lin and Mai through life at the office. Jan 27, Will this be the end of Mai? or will Naru be able to save her and over . She felt that they could fix their marriage by going to therapy together.
This indicates Kaori's thoughts. I own nothing but Kaori Minami. Kaori Minami had just finished organizing her desk. Today was the her life long dream became true.
She had finally opened her relationship counselling practice, her leaflets had been distributed, and she was staring anxiously at the phone, waiting for the couples to come flocking. Where were all the troubled couples? She stared sadly at her 3 foot high tower of cards, the one she had spent the last three hours building. Resigned to the fact that she probably wouldn't be making any money today she started to pack up her stuff, when suddenly, the phone rang.Ghost hunt - mai and naru (all I want)
She grabbed it urgently, knocking over her card tower. You want to book and appointment for tomorrow at 10am, hmm let me see if anything's available" She put the receiver next to some papers she was rustling "Oh your in luck, we've had a cancellation, we'll see you tomorrow at 10 then, Bye!
She was about to have a swig of her coffee when the door to her office opened, and in walked a petite brown haired girl around The girl was the epitome of cuteness, she had to admit, with slightly wavy hair to her shoulders and massive brown eyes.
You must be Miss Taniyama! Nice to meet you! However as soon as Mai sat down, Naru jumped up again but before he could get far, Mai had grabbed the back of his shirt. At Mai's cough, Kaori quickly let go and smiled. What brings you to couples therapy? We've broken up 4-" "Five. Naru has some type of power and it starts to snow heavily when he's pissed off.
Now, he is returning to Japan to do field research and he wants Mai to return as his secretary. However, he has his job cut out for him. He has to rescue her from her current tyrant of a boss and her dangerous neighborhood. So, he gets her fired and Mai begrudgingly returns. Adventures follow, awakening hidden powers and deadened emotions. Unfortunately, what was done was done, and the seeds had long been planted.
It was now time to reap what he had sown. A sequel to Return to Sender. Amaranthine by Vehyn Fyre reviews Mai had imagined a thousand difference scenarios in her head of the moment she reunited with her ex-boss cum love interest.
This was not one of them With MaRu's fluffiness all the way! Few crossovers her and there, drama later and some angsty later on. Now, Mai has a boyfriend. My first fanfic, written for the Ghost Hunt Exchange. But when one of their jobs takes place at a familiar location, will Mai's past be revealed? Mai Taniyama is his dorky pupil who just happens to dig his stick-up-his-ass talk and walk.
When she attempted to exorcise powerful spirits by herself in Volume 5, it was he who came running to save her, and then gave her a stern lecture about safety.
Earlier, he had been the one to teach her the incantations, although only for self-defense. In fact, Monk is usually the one who explains complex terms and theories to Mai when Naru doesn't want to be bothered. When Monk finds out that Mai is an orphan, he jokingly offered to marry her, although Mai replies with a good-natured insult. Monk made a similar offer earlier in the series; Mai was upset when she found out that Masako and Naru saw each other outside of work, so Monk took her on a "double date" with Ayako and John, to cheer her up.
Both instances were used by Monk to lighten Mai's mood with platonic intentions. Edit Masako and Mai are often at odds throughout the series. They have very different personalities Masako is quiet and elegant while Mai is expressive and simpleand are both competing for Naru's affections. This causes occasional disputes between the two. Their relationship begins to improve in Volume 7, when Masako finally vocalizes her jealousy; ironically, at that time she also says "Because I hate you," when she asks Mai to give her a moment alone.
When Masako is kidnapped in The Bloodstained Labyrinth, Mai has an out-of-body experience, and gives Masako the key to Mai's old house, in order to lift her spirits and to help Masako know that they will find her. Although there is occasional jealousy between the two after that, they are able to work closely together and begin to behave in a more friendly manner.
They both declare their intentions to keep pursuing Naru, but the difficulty of doing so actually serves as a factor in their friendship. Edit In direct contrast to Masako, Ayako and Mai have very similar personalities, in that they are both loud and opinionated.
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The two often bicker, with Mai teasing Ayako about her age and lack of talent, and Ayako mocking Mai for her inexperience and coarse behavior. Mai comes to look up to Ayako as an older sister or mother figure, similar to how she views Bou-san.
Ayako also teaches her how to defend herself, in the form of the Nine cuts. She is often shown taking care of Mai after Mai goes though incidents. Edit Mai and Lin have very little interaction in the first several volumes, and they generally don't speak. Lin appears to harbor some animosity towards her, probably in response to the fact that she injured him during their first meeting, but it isn't until the sixth volume that this animosity is addressed.
Lin reveals that he doesn't like Japanese people because of Japan's past injustices towards China. Mai responds by telling Lin that he shouldn't hate her because she is Japanese, or because she is an orphan; this makes Lin laugh, as someone revealed in the novels to be Eugene Davis once told him the same thing.