Ok so I haven't posted a new chapter for Sunflowers in a while. I know I have been slacking and im sorry. But since I got such wonderful reviews for Love Hinata ch 1 I decided to post another chapter for it instead of sunflowers. Ill try to post another sunflowers chapter this week. And people were having trouble finding my other story so here is the link www. If you haven't done so already please read my other story and leave some feedback! And now on with the NaruHina fluffy goodness! Hinata awoke with a deep sigh. She almost felt as if she was waking up from some crazy dream and none of yesterday's events had really happened. She rolled over to the edge of her new giant bed to gaze at Naruto, who was sleeping on the floor beside her.
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I'm reposting this since it's just sitting in my documents. Letters of Love chapter 2 will be posted tonight, maybe around eleven. It's more than 15, words, so it'll hopefully keep you satisfied until I post another chap.
At the start of the series, Hinata has strong admiration toward the main protagonist — Naruto Uzumaki , which eventually turns into love as the story progresses. Hinata has appeared in several of the series' feature films , most notably The Last: Naruto the Movie , which revolves around her relationship with Naruto. Kishimoto had originally created Hinata as person who would not fight across the story, but in the end he chose to portray her as a kunoichi. In the making of the series, Kishimoto had decided Hinata would marry Naruto; however, the plot regarding their romance was conceived by screenwriter Maruo Kyozuka. Hinata's design has been modified by Kishimoto throughout the franchise's story in order to fit the character's growth. She is voiced by Nana Mizuki in the original animated series and Stephanie Sheh in the English adaptations. Critical reception to the character has been mostly positive due to her actions in the series and her bigger role in The Last — her interactions with Naruto and her engagement in a conflict with the film's villain have been praised. Hinata has also been very popular with the Naruto reader base, placing high in polls. Merchandise based on Hinata have been released, including action figures, key chains and figurines.