Disclaimer: Kenshin does not own the Yuu Yuu Hakusho characters (they are the property of Togashi Yoshihiro et al), and does not make any money from said characters.
What Kenshin does own, however, are all the original charactersin this work. Any attempt to "borrow" these characters will be met with the katana, or worse.
Idiot Beloved takes place shortly after the Dark Tournament; Firebird Sweet follows. As reference, I use a combination of the subtitled YYH anime, the American manga, plus some of the CD dramas.
Want to know why Hiei refers to Kaitou as a 'playmate?' Read The Book of Cat With Moon. Who are the Kawasaki sisters? Maya's Tale has the answer.
The Imprint of Snow takes place after the close of Cat/Moon and revisits not only Yojigen Mansion, but Kaitou Yuu's second career as a popular novelist.
Title: The Imprint of Snow
Summary: Christmas Eve would be a bad time to destroy Tokyo, so Kaitou Yuu drags Hiei out for a walk.
A/N: As always, thanks for reading this, and for your reviews!
An elusive snowflake heralds a message for Hiei.
The Imprint of Snow
Tokyo, Christmas Eve. Wanting to snow, but unable.
From Hiei's perch on the guard rail of the roof, the city lights were diamonds, rubies and emeralds, scattered on a velvet backdrop by an extravagant, unseen jeweler.
Pity if it should be wiped out.
A lone snowflake escaped its prison of lead-colored sky and zig-zagged down, gemlike in the reflected light.
Hiei extended a hand to catch it, but a breeze snatched it away.
He was melancholy, and fearful, but not alone. Behind him, Kaitou Yuu said, "C-come down from there. You're making me n-nervous."