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Hello everyone!!

This is my first entry for the BGBS Valentine FanFic contest that is going on. I decided to write this fanfic with BlackPink (Originally I wasn't planning on writing this one first, buuuut it kind of just came out like this cX)

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I will give you a warning...This story is very long!! when I first came up with it, it was not that long and then when I wrote it it just kept going and going and going!! And now it's pretty long.... >.> I'm sorry. I hope the story is interesting enough to not bore the living daylights out of you, but oh well.

Well I hope you guys enjoy this do I describe this story? Ummm Valentine themed BlackPink oneshot that I wrote ^-^

Rain was pouring outside and slid off the single window in the room. The weather almost matched with the energy in the room. It just needed some thunder in the mixture and it would’ve been identical to the anger spouting from Rose and Sunsin, her boyfriend.

They yelled and screamed at each other about every little thing that was wrong with the other, while I just sat there and listened. I sighed and glanced at my watch. Rose and Sunsin had been coming in three days in a row now, and everytime there arguments seemed to get worse. At this point, I think it was finally time to call it quits, but Rose was my best friend and Sunsin was her first love. So if they broke up then that would mean that they would be getting their first Heart-Aids.

“Ahem,” I coughed, but their attention was on each other and their yelling was too loud that they couldn’t hear me. I shook my head and sighed. I stacked the papers in front of me and let them get some more words out before I grabbed a piece of paper that didn’t have anything important on it, and crumpled it into a paper ball. I threw my arm back and let the ball fly from my hand and innocently bounce off of Rose’s head.

The two of them immediately stopped arguing and turned to look at me, confused expressions on their faces. I cleared my throat and clasped my hands together before saying in a annoyed, monotone voice, “I think it’s time that you two break up.”

Worry, fear, nervousness, and relief flashed through their faces as the words I said started to register within them. They both sat down in their chairs and their eyes glanced over everything in the room, except at each other.

“Wh-what do you mean?” asked Rose, who was biting her lip and playing with her hair, while Sunsin twiddled his fingers and occasionally ran his hand through his already messy hair.

“You heard me,” I said, not wanting to sugarcoat anything as I got straight to the point. “You two have been coming in here everyday for the past three days and all you two do is yell at each other, and nothing changes. You two obviously don’t love each other anymore.”

“You know, for a Love Therapist, Jennie, you sure are kind of harsh,” Rose chuckled, but it sounded very forced.

“I have to be,” I said, not changing my voice at all from its harshness. “You two need to understand that this has to be your decision. My job is either helping you to fix your relationship so that you two stay together forever, or I’m the person deciding when it’s time for you two to pull the plug and find someone who’s actually your soulmate.”

I know my words were harsh. I knew I was being completely rude about this, but they needed the truth and they needed to end things now or else the wound will just keep getting worse. This was the job of a Love Therapist. “ I’m sorry that your first relationship didn’t end well, but you both still have two chances left. Maybe the next one will be the one.”

They both just silently nodded their heads, still not wanting to look at each other. “So should I make an appointment for your Heart-Aids?” I asked, trying to keep myself serious and emotionless for my best friend. So this is why you shouldn’t have friends or family members as your patients. Their pain becomes your pain.

“How does tomorrow at three p.m. sound?” Again, they just nodded.
3 Months Later

Music swept through the room as my body followed the rhythm. My arms and legs moved either slowly or quickly depending on what the song asked for. My eyes were closed as I let the song envelop me entirely, and for a moment, I forgot about everything. That is, until a little voice in my head started said, “Jennie, two of your patients are here to see you. Are you busy?”

My mood immediately dropped and I sighed. I let my arms drop and I stopped hopping around the room as I dragged my feet over to my computer to stop the music. I tapped on my little headphone that was in my ear then I said, “Yes, whatever, let them in.”

I plopped down in my chair and started to look through folders, pretending to be busy, as I heard the door open and shut as the couple stepped inside. I finally looked up once the two of them sat down, and I had to hold back a gasp.

“Rose!?” I said, the words bursting from my mouth. I hadn’t seen her for two weeks since she decided that she couldn’t stay here any longer and had to go somewhere else. So one night she just got up and left without even saying bye. And now, here she was, smiling and sitting right in front of me. On her right had was a bulky, gray Heart-Aid, and her other hand was clasped in the hand of the man she had walked in with. Sunsin, who had a matching Heart-Aid on his right hand.

“Rose....Sunsin....What are you two doing?” I blurted, suddenly feeling extremely nauseous.

“Jennie, it’s okay,” Rose said, her smile lighting up the room. I had never seen her more happy. “You see, I tried finding someone else to be with. You know that I did. That’s why I had to leave for two weeks. Everything reminded me of Sunsin. And in the end, I couldn’t take it anymore. I had to find him.”

Sunsin placed his other hand on their conjoined hands and smiled sweetly at Rose before he looked at me and said, “And same for me. You don’t even know how many dates I’ve been on these last couple of months. But those other girls would bore me and I would catch myself thinking about Rose more times than I should have been. I guess, there’s just no one else that I want to be with.”

I nervously rubbed the Heart-Aids on both my wrists and looked for the hate and anger in their eyes that had been there the last time I had seen them. But I only saw love reflect back at me.

“B-But that’s not possible. The Heart-Aids were suppose to make it so that you lose all your feelings for the other,” I said, more to myself than to them, but Rose still answered me, “I know, that’s what we thought too, but I guess our love for each other really is that strong. Can’t you see, this is fate’s way of telling us that we’re suppose to be together. No matter what happens.”

I sat there, unsure of what to do. This situation was suppose to be impossible. Nothing like this had ever happened before, or at least, it had never happened to me before.

“You both know what I have to do with this information, right?” I asked, after five minutes of pure silence. Their smiles disappeared, but then they reappeared almost as quickly. Only their eyes gave away their worry.

“Actually, that’s what we want you to do,” Rose said, hesitantly.

“What?” I asked, her words shocking me.

“But it isn’t what you think,” she quickly added. “We don’t want you to turn us in, rather, we want you to tell them about us. Convince the government that love doesn’t need all these rules and regulations against it. People should be allowed to decide whether to leave or keep fighting for a relationship. They should be allowed to allowed to fall in love with as many people as they want. They should be allowed to decide what medicine to use to fix their broken hearts, and not be forced to wear these Heart-Aids that turn them into emotionless machines!”

I flinched at her words, and I could tell that Rose regretted what she had said, “I’m sorry. I didn’t mean it like that.” She sat back in her chair and Sunsin wrapped his arms around her. I rubbed the Heart-Aids on my wrists and then slowly let my fingertips brush the one wrapped around my neck. It’s not the first time I’ve heard something like that before. Every time one of my relationships had ended and I put these Heart-Aids on me, people told me that something changed. That I wasn’t the same anymore. Especially after Daehee...

I shook my head and cleared my throat and, in my best therapist voice, said, “And why do you think I’d do something like that? Why do you think the government would listen to me?”

“Don’t play dumb,” Sunsin laughed, but I could hear the seriousness in his tone. “You’re a Love Therapist. The government listens to you guys about these kinds of things. Also, why wouldn’t you? Rose is your best friend. And don’t you feel the same way? You know the pain Rose went through because of this, and you went through even more. You went through three relationships, and you depended on these Heart-Aids to fix everything about you. But even you know that they didn’t help you out as much as they should have. Don’t you want to have a go at another relationship? Are you really just going to let the government take that awa-.”

“No, I don’t, actually,” I interrupted him, his mouth immediately shutting. I saw the hurt in his eyes, so in a calmer voice I said, “No, I don’t want another relationship. I-I couldn’t handle another one. But I do understand what you guys are saying. And I will help you. I can see the love in your eyes. I think….I think this could actually be the real thing. And nobody, not even the government should have the power to stop you guys from being together.”

Their smiles were so big and their eyes were so full of happiness that just looking at them hurt. They both jumped to their feet and they would not stop thanking me. They even hugged me for excruciating moments, but their happiness was contagious and I could feel my lips form into a smile. How long has it been since I last smiled?
I strode in with a purpose and I wasn’t going to take no as an answer. I pushed past the doors and headed straight for the desk in the middle of the room. I didn’t look anywhere in the room except for what was right in front of me. I walked with my head held high and my chest puffed out. I stopped in front of the desk where a woman with long black hair smiled up at me, “Hello, how may I help you?” she asked, still keeping up the happy act. I noticed two identical Heart-Aids on both her wrists.

“Hello, I have an appointment with the governor,” I calmly replied, placing my hands on the desk. The woman nodded and glanced at her computer screen, tapped some of the keys, then glanced back up at me, the smile still plastered on her face, and said, “I’m sorry, but the governor doesn’t have any appointments today. Would you like me to pla-.”

I held up my hand, signaling that she stop talking, “No, that wouldn't be necessary. Please let him know that a Love Therapist is here to see him.”

I saw a flash of annoyance cross her face, and if I hadn’t been paying close attention I would have missed it since, just as quickly, it changed right back into her original fake smile.

“Yes, I understand that you have a personal connection to the governor, but he is a very busy man and I can’t just have you waltz rig-”

“Watch me,” and before I knew it. I started walking towards the elevators, while the secretary yelled at me to stop or else she’d call security. But I didn’t care. What I had to say was too important to just sit around and wait on. And who knows. Maybe if I waited, they’d find out about Rose and Sunsin and then nothing would get fixed.

I stepped into the elevator and clicked the highest number and watched as security guards shouted at me and ran towards me, but the doors shut before they could get to me. The elevator took me all the way up until it dropped me off at the top floor. I stepped outside and opened the door to the only room up there.

There was a graying old man sitting in the large desk in the middle of the room made up of windows. He looked up from some papers he had been reading and his eyes went wide when he saw me walk in.

“You can’t be in here,” he said, leaning to the right and his arm started to reach for the button that was on the side of his desk. I stopped him by saying, “Oh yes I can be. I’m a Love Therapist and I have a couple questions to ask you.”

Interest and worry clashed in his eyes as he indicated with his hand for me to sit down in the chair in front of his desk. I chose to stand and before he could ask me anything, I said, “Is it possible for a couple, who decided to break up and get Heart-Aids, be able to still have feelings for each other?”

“What? Of course not. And why would you ask me that? You know more about this kind of thing than I do,” he said resting his chin on his hands. “What are you trying to say?”

“Well that’s what I was thinking,” I avoided his question and started to pace back and forth, “But what if it was possible? What if a couple argued and seemed to hate each other, but it turns out their love for each other was so strong that the Heart-Aids didn’t even stop the love that they felt for each other? Does this mean that the Heart-Aids don’t work? I mean, if this is true then why do we even have the Heart-Aids? Shouldn’t we just ge-”

“No, shut up! End this conversation right now!” the governor had jumped out of his seat and had slammed his hands on the table. His eyes showed so much anger that I wanted to crawl out of their and hide under my bed.

“Do not say anything else,” he said, the anger started to fade from his eyes and he rubbed his hand over his face. He looked twenty years older as he sat down. “Thinking like that will even get a Love Therapist like you in trouble. If you know what’s best for you then you’d know to end these incompetent thoughts and just do your job.”

“B-but what if-” I started to say, but he immediately interrupted me, “No, don’t say anything else. Just get out of here. We’re done talking.”

I knew better than to argue with him. He had gone back to looking at his papers and I knew that there was nothing else that I could do. But I wasn’t done yet.

“Thank you for your time,” I said, in my monotone voice. I turned back around and stepped back inside the elevator. I stood inside of the elevator and watched the governor pick up the phone and start to call someone as we both stared at each other. The doors closed and I looked at the buttons on the side. Instead of clicking the button that would take me back to the front doors, I clicked the button that would take the elevator all the way to the basement.

I stepped out of the elevator and I started to run down the dimly lit hallway. The walls were made of concrete and chills made goosebumps appear on my skin. I glanced over the names written above the doors that lined the hallway. I stopped at one of the doors and went inside. The room was filled with black filing cabinets. I looked over each of the files until I found the one I wanted.

I skimmed through the files until I found Rose’s. I grabbed it and slammed the cabinet shut. Then I went to find the cabinet that held Sunsin’s file. I found it and ripped it out of its place. I quietly exited the room and started running down the hallway again until I found a door that had “Heart-Aids” written across the top of it. I went inside and started to look around the large room that looked similar to a room where they perform surgery on critical patients.

I found papers in a box that held all the directions that taught Love Therapists and Heart Doctors how to put Heart-Aids onto patients. They never taught us how to take them off, there might not even be a way how to, but I had to try. I froze as I heard faint footsteps behind the door, but then they stopped. I grabbed all the papers that I could and, hugging the files and papers close to my chest, walked to the door.

I was trying to figure out how to open the door when, all of a sudden, it opened and three men in suits now stood in front of me. They glanced down at the papers that I was tightly holding and then one of them said, “What are you planning to do with those?”

I kept my face calm and, in a reasonably serious voice, I said, “I’m a Love Therapist. I have a right to be in here.”

They glanced at each other, not sure what to do, and the one that had spoken previously then said, “The Governor told us to make sure you immediately left the building. If you did anything suspicious then we were told to take you in.”

“But this isn’t suspicious,” I said, my voice sounding slightly smaller than I wanted it to.

“Come with us,” he said, before the other two grabbed my arms and the third grabbed the papers from my hands.
They had left me in an empty room for what felt like hours. There was nothing in the room accept a single window and the chair that I was sitting on. Finally, the door behind me opened and I heard the scuffling of feet as people walked inside. I didn’t turn around, but just stared at the window.

Rose and Sunsin were aggressively pushed in front of me by the same men who had found me. One of them shut the door and the Governor walked over to the window, his back facing us. Rose ran over to me and collapsed to her knees. She wrapped her arms around me and I hesitated before I rest my hand on her head and started to brush her hair. She wept in my lap as I attempted to comfort her. Sunsin stood next to us and glared at the Governor’s back.

The Governor turned around and threw Rose’s and Sunsin’s folders onto the floor so they landed next to my feet. Neither of us did anything. The Governor shook his head and said, “I warned you, I told you to leave this alone. But did you listen to me? No, and now look, you got these two in trouble as well. They would have eventually been caught, but now it’s your fault that they are here now. Remember, this is all your fault.”

The Governor had moved closer to me as he talked and he was now standing a foot away from me. Rose looked up and her face was red from crying. She patted my hand and said, “It’s okay, Jennie. You tried, that’s all that matters.”

But it didn’t matter. We had gotten caught and now nothing was going to change. No, things would change for the three of us, but not for the best. I shouldn’t have done anything. I should have just stayed back in my office. I should have called them crazy and actually have been a good therapist so that they wouldn’t have pursued this stupid goal. I hated love so much. It only brang pain. I should know.

“I’m sorry it had to come to this,” the Governor said, turning back around to look out the window. “But we can’t have people like you running around this city with these crazy ideas about love. We need order, and anyone who goes against our order has to be sent to the Outside. Jennie, was it? Well, it was nice meeting you, but goodbye.”

The men grabbed my arms and the world went black as a bag went over my head. All I remember is the feeling of being pulled out of my chair and Rose screaming.
“Kiyoung, this is the last time! I’m sick of you treating me this way!”

“What’s wrong, babe? Why are you so mad?”

“Kiyoung, don’t play dumb! I saw you all over that girl! I don’t even know why the hell I keep forgiving you when I know that you’re never going to change! You don’t even care about me. I don’t want to waste my life chasing after you anymore...”

“Whatever. You’re not that pretty anyway.”

“...Is that all you have to say to me?”

“Uh....sure, whatever.”

“....I regret ever loving you, Kiyoung.”


“Jongmin....What are you doing?”

“Jennie, I’m so sorry, but I can’t do this anymore.”

“Jongmin, a-are you....leaving me?”

“I’m so sorry, but this is for the best. My therapist says that we shouldn’t be together anymore. It’s not good for my depression. She actually says that you’ve been making it worse for me.”

“Wh-what are you saying? I-I gave you everything, Jongmin. How did I make it worse for you!? I thought I was helping you. I thought you were happy!”

“....I’m sorry, Jennie. But I think it’s better if I spend the rest of my life alone. It’s what faith wants of me.”

“...I regret ever loving you, Jongmin.”


“Daehee, how was work?”

“Jennie...There’s something I need to tell you.”

“What? What’s wrong? Did something happen? Are you okay?”

“I’m fine, Jennie. But, actually, no I’m not. I-I-I don’t think I love you anymore.”

“Daehee, what are you saying? You don’t love me anymore?”

“I’m so sorry, Jennie. These last three years have been some of the best for me, but I-I found someone else. I’m sorry Jennie. I’ve always loved you, since the day we first met. But you have to understand that we weren’t meant to be together forever.”

“Daehee, y-you can’t do this to me! If I lose you, I-I’m done! No more second or third chances! Can’t you see these god forsaken bands on my wrists!? If you leave then I get the final one around my neck! You know what that means!? It means that I can’t fall in love with anyone ever again! Ever. Again!”

“Jennie, I know. I’m so so sorry. If there was anything I could do...”

“You could do everything! You just choose not to do anything! You selfish bastard! How could you do this to me!?”

“Jennie, I’m so sorry. Please, forgive me. Be happy for me. You’ll find happiness some other way. You don’t need me or love in your life to make you happy.”

“...I regret ever loving you, Daehee.”
I gasped and shot forward, breathing hard. Stars danced in my vision as I took a deep breath in and then let it out, trying to calm my beating heart. My head whipped left and right. Dark trees surrounded me and the white moon hovered over me. My breath caught in my throat as I realized where I was. I scrambled to my feet, which made me even more dizzy and I almost collapsed back down to my knees.

My heart beat even faster in my chest as my eyes bulged out of my head. I have to get out of here. I’ve heard stories of this place. My feet started to move slowly and then I began to run. Needles and leaves cut my arms and legs as I ran through the dark forest. My lungs began to hurt as I ran and ran, but I couldn’t stop. I could just feel the darkness closing in around me.

I felt something cold grab my ankle, which sent me flying across the rocky ground. I took a shaky breath and forced myself to roll over onto my back. I couldn’t help screaming as a monster with blood red eyes stood mere inches from my face.

The monster was completely pitch black and I could just barely see the outline of its body. It was extremely tall and I could see long claws glistened at the end of its hands and feet. Probably the most disturbing part about the creature were its eyes. They were human eyes. The monster smiled and I saw pointy, bright white teeth in its mouth.

I didn’t know I was still screaming until the monster rested one of its long claws on my cheek, which made my voice go silent. The claw was so cold that it my body feel like it had fallen into a frozen lake. I shivered at the monster’s touch and my heart beat even faster at the monster’s close distance.

The monster began to laugh, which sent a cold dread of fear down my back. Its laugh was the sound of glass cracking, and it’s smile was pure darkness. Its voice was even more evil, “It’s been so long since someone with a beating heart has stepped into our territory. I can hear how fast it’s beating. How precious.”

I held my breath as the monster let its claw slide down my cheek until it brushed over the Heart-Aid around my neck. The monster hissed and pulled its hand back. It started to laugh again as it said, “How sad though. Your heart has been broken too many times. It won’t taste as good as someone’s who’s in love, but at least I’ll help take the pain away.”

The monster extended one of its long black hands toward me, as if offering its hand to me. It then smiled even wider and said, “I promise it won’t hurt anymore. Just give me your heart and I’ll make you feel all better.”

At that moment I stopped feeling scared. Actually, I stopped feeling anything. I looked the monster into its red eyes and I saw myself reflected back. I looked sad, tired, worn-out, and simply….broken. What had the world done for me? Nothing. What had Rose done for me? Nothing, and I had sacrificed my heart to her, and to every other guy that I had fallen in love with. I was so done with love. I was so done with lying to myself and to everyone else. The Heart-Aids didn’t work. I still felt the loneliness and pain that my past relationships had left me with. I didn’t want to feel this way, anymore.

I smiled back at the monster, and placed my hand into its, “I give you my heart.”

Again, I'm extremely sorry that this story is so long! Please forgive me >.<

This is actually an idea that I've been thinking about for a long time now and I decided to finally write it down since it is Valentine themed since it talks about love and such. I'm hoping to one day actually make this into a bigger story, instead of staying a one shot.

But if I ever do that then it probably will not star BlackPink (or Jennie and Rose) as the main characters, but probably a different group. I have other ideas for a BlackPink story ^-^

I really hope this story wasn't too boring and was easy to follow. I'm super sorry if it got confusing or you didn't understand what was happening. I tried to make the story pop out and fit everything in it, but since it's just a one shot, it was extremely hard to do that. So I'm very sorry for that. ////.\\\\

And now I made my exit long too.....Anyway! I hope you enjoyed this oneshot and look forward to my other oneshots that I will try to write for this contest as well as the Super Junior contest that is as well going on ^-^

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OMO!!! I really like this girlie!! Awesome job!!! That ending tho... 😭😭