Reicheru Ketsuekineko-oni is a 17 year old caat-demon girl who is torturched by the memory of her father. She works for the Yakuza with her dog-cat-demon friend Inuyasha. She loves denmark but her love is put into peril. Will she save her relationship and destory her father? FIND OUT!
Death by Disfigurement: Kagome is badly disfigured after being tortured by Sesshomaru. After she escapes and finds Reicheru, Rei tries to kill her upon realizing that she might be angry at Reicheru for letting it happen. Instead, Alucard kills her in a simultaneous Big Damn Heroes / Heel-Face Turn moment.
Demonic Possession: Reicheru was possessed by her cat demon side and killed her mom after some baby powder got in Reicheru's eye.
Kissing Cousins: At some point in the backstory, Reicheru and Alucard had sex, despite being cousins.
Brother-Sister Incest: Reicheru and Alucard also apparently share the same mother too. Alucard also had sex with Yuki, Reicheru's sister. Squick.
Incest Subtext: One might argue that Reicheru's father had molested her at some point, since he seems to watch her while she has sex with Denmark. Allegedly he is also the cause for Reicheru's sex dreams.
Inuyasha: No, Reicheru, you cant' go! You're gregnant!
Moral Myopia: All the bullying Lucy has experienced is justified because "No one likes her anyway." When she seeks revenge on her bullies, we're meant to side with them, not her.
Never My Fault: When Denmark confronts Reicheru for having sex with Inuyasha, she shouts, "It's all my Dad's fault!"
Also, when she is confronted by the God's about her past acts, she replies, "I am only 17."
Korra also blames everything bad she does on her demon side- including raping Kagome with a rock 'didlo'.
Non-Indicative Name: Most of the chapters have named involving rain. There is no rain in the story itself. In fact, the first chapter - titled "The First Rainy Night" - is set on a nice, sunny morning.
Not So Different: Lucy points out that both she and Rei have had tragic pasts. Rei counters this by insisting that hers was more tragic (even though she wasn't really the victim).