Why shouldn't we have a little fun?

Why shouldn't we have a little fun? Why shouldn't we have a little fun?

Status: Finished

Genre: Erotica

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Status: Finished

Genre: Erotica

Summary

A sexy little Hunger Games fanfiction based around the character Cato and another female tribute. When Cato, a confident and ruthless Career, and Karla, a non-Career but equally fierce opponent, are picked to represent their Districts in the Hunger Games all Cato is focused on is winning. However, when he begins to notice Karla, he realises that life isn't all about the Games. If he's going to risk his life, he wants to have some fun first... If you haven't seen or read the Hunger Games and are only here for the erotica, don't worry it'll still make sense.

Summary

A sexy little Hunger Games fanfiction based around the character Cato and another female tribute. When Cato, a confident and ruthless Career, and Karla, a non-Career but equally fierce opponent, are picked to represent their Districts in the Hunger Games all Cato is focused on is winning. However, when he begins to notice Karla, he realises that life isn't all about the Games. If he's going to risk his life, he wants to have some fun first... If you haven't seen or read the Hunger Games and are only here for the erotica, don't worry it'll still make sense.

Chapter1 (v.1) - Why shouldn't we have a little fun? *Chapter 1*

Author Chapter Note

A sexy little Hunger Games fanfiction based around the character Cato and another female tribute. When Cato, a confident and ruthless career, and Karla, a non-career but equally fierce opponent, are picked to represent their districts in the Hunger Games all Cato is focused on is winning. However, when he begins to notice Karla, he realises that life isn't all about the Games. If he's going to risk his life, he wants to have some fun first... If you haven't seen or read the Hunger Games and are only here for the erotica, don't worry it'll still make sense.

Chapter Content - ver.1

Submitted: June 05, 2012

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Chapter Content - ver.1

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Author's Note: This is only the introduction, the first few chapters don't contain much action so if that's all you're here for, skip a few.

Chapter 1: Training Day

Part 1: Cato's POV

I stood in the centre of the training hall, surrounded by the other Careers, on the first official day of training. Glancing around at the Tributes, my confidence increased. From the start I knew that I had the most chance of winning the Games but now I realised that there were few Tributes that would even be a match for me. It would almost be too easy to kill most of them. The other Careers had experience and many strenghts but they all had at least one major flaw. The girl to my left was fast and clever, but she was so small that I could easily overpower her.The boy standing in front of me was almost a head taller, but had little muscle. Another girl, the District 3 Career Adrianna, stood away from us with an aloof expression on her face.I knew that she was skilled, smart and strong but had no experience of surviving alone in the wild. The only real competition I faced was a boy of a similar age, seventeen, called Tyler who was strong, muscled and feirce. However, if his display of rediculous bravado to impress Adrianna was anything to go by, he was as thick as a plank of wood.

"Alright Tributes, use this time wisely." The head trainer said, interrupting my analysis of the other Tributes' strengths and weaknesses."You can move from station to station freely, learning new skills or practicing those which you already know, but I must warn you, don't waste a minute. This time is valuable."

When the head trainer had finished speaking I immediately headed over to the weaponry section, closely followed by Tyler. The section held every kind of weapon imaginable. Swords, spears, daggers...you name it, it was there. Picking up a long silver spear, I aimed it at the nearest target.

"It's Cato right?" Tyler asked from behind me, interrupting my focus.

"Yeah." I replied, keeping my gaze on the target.

"I'm Tyler."

When I didn't reply he tried again. "You're a Career too right?"

I nodded, concentrating hard. Then I threw the spear. It sailed through the air before stabbing into the target in the centre.

"Nice moves bro." Tyler said with a grin.

"Thanks."

Out of the corner of my eye I saw a girl of about sixteen drift over to where we were working. As I turned to look at her, I was suprised that I hadn't noticed her before. She was beautiful, but then again due to my training I had never had much time for girls. Anyway, they usually came to me. The girl was tall with long light brown hair. She had a slim figure and an air of confidence about her. The more I looked at her, the more I realised that she could be some serious competition. Although she didn't look particularly strong or skilled, if she was confident enough to approach Tyler and I, dangerous Careers, on the first day of training, she must be able to look after herself.

Suddenly the girl darted up to the target range, holding a dagger lightly in her hand. As she neared us, she stretched her hand back and threw the dagger. It whizzed through the air towards the target and hit it exactly in the middle, next to my spear. Then she stepped back, a satisfied smile on her face.That was when she looked at me for the first time, her startling blue eyes intense and alluring. She gave me a flirty smile before heading back to the rack of weapons.

Beside me, Tyler nudged me in the ribs. "Looks like Miss Fox has a thing for you."

"Who the hell is Miss Fox?" I asked, begining to lose my patience.

"That girl, the District 5 Tribute. Karla." Tyler explained, his eyes focused on the girl. "Don't you think she looks like Megan Fox?"

I rolled my eyes, looking at Karla again. She didn't really look like Megan Fox, although she was just as hot. "Not really."

Tyler wasn't listening, he was too busy drooling over Karla.

Exasperated, I picked up another spear and went back to training.

Part 2: Karla's POV

I watched the District 2 Tribute Cato from a distance, and I knew he had noticed me. He was the only Tribute that had caught my eye, the only Tribute that I knew could beat me. However this wasn't the only reason he stood out for me. He was the most attractive of all the male Tributes. He stood taller than all but one of the other Tributes, his toned abs visible through his thin shirt and his large muscles were prominent, even from meters away. His blonde hair was spiked up and his smoldering eyes never stopped surveying the room, as if he was weighing up the competition. As I watched him, a plan began to form in my mind. If I was going to die in the Games I wanted to have some fun first. Cato could be the perfect way to keep my mind of my unavoidable death.

I felt his eyes on me as I picked up my second weapon. I could almost sense how impressed he was at my display. As I turned back to the line of targets the Tribute standing beside Cato winked at me. I looked away in disgust. He looked creepy. Instead of responding, I ignored him and went back to throwing weapons at the targets and dummies that lined the hall. Gradually the distractions around me slipped away and I focused on the training.

An hour later I slowly became aware of my surroundings again and with that came all the feelings of regret, sadness and fear. I didn't want to die, but I knew that there was no way I could win, even though I wouldn't go down without a fight. Cato caught my eye again and as I looked over at him, he looked at me too before looking away quickly. I smiled to myself. Time to put phase one of my plan in motion.

As I walked over to Cato and the group of Careers around him, he picked up two spears. Holding one in each hand he lunged forward, throwing them at a dummy at least 50 meters away.Both spears pierced through the dummy in the same place, pinning it to the wall. As I neared them, I gave Cato an impressed smile. "That was pretty good."

"Pretty good?" Cato questioned, his eyebrows raised. "Could you do better?"

"Maybe." I said slyly.

"I'd like to see you try." Cato said, his eyes narrowing but his smirk staying fixed to his face.

Without another word I picked up a bow and arrow. Pulling the string back, I loaded an arrow and aimed for Cato's dummy. Then I let the string go and the arrow shot across the room and hit the dummy straight in the "eye". Rapidly, I shot five more arrows. Each one landed within milimeters of the first. Then I turned back to Cato, looking at him expectantly.

"Not bad." Cato said with a smirk.

"Not bad?" I mimicked, pretending to look hurt.

"Better than some people around here anyway." Cato added, glancing at the Career beside me.

I laughed, flicking my hair back off my shoulders. "I'm going to take that as a compliment."

He looked at me for a momemt, a slight smile on his lips.

"If you ever want to train together sometime, let me know." I continued keeping my tone flirty and alluring as I touched his arm lightly.

"What about me?" The Tribute beside Cato asked with a grin.

"Stay out of this Tyler." Cato said, never taking his eyes off me.

"Hey, that's not fair. You can't keep her all to yourself." The Career Cato had called Tyler complained.

"Watch me." Cato said as he smirked at me.

I gave him a flirty smile by way of reply before sauntering off to the camoflague table, turning only to give Cato a little wave. Playing hard to get was definitely not a good game plan. Although Cato seemed interested, I knew that being a Career meant that the Games came first. He wouldn't have time to go chasing after me. Anyway,I wasn't looking for a long term relationship. All I wanted was a little fun. No strings attached.

 


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