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Safety | Jack x Reader [Chapter Two]Safety | Jack x Reader [Chapter Two]1 year ago in Romance
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“[Your name]?” he asks quietly, sensing that you are now tense. You stand there and debate whether you should tell him. He is after all an immortal winter spirit, you could tell him that you barely shave during the winter and he probably wouldn’t care. You sit down on your staircase steps and decide to tell him.
“They died, a while ago,” you begin, “in a car crash actually. It was really rainy out, and we were on our way home from the airport. I guess the car swerved, and it smashed into a tree. My parents died, and my little sister as well. My little brother survived but he’s got a whole bunch of problems now, he was only a year younger than me and he’s got to stay with a foster family now.”
“I’m so sorry…” Jack says, hoping off the railing to crouch in front of you. He takes your hands. It startles you because his are as cold as ice. It’s a nice cold though; they don’t burn your hands like ice
For His Safety, For My LoveDorian laid still on the ground, his features pale, torso unmoving. In the bitter pits of death, in the deep unconsciousness of his soul, Dorian fought to believe of his passing. Reviving the last moments like an old cassette, he remembered the pain of the stake through his chest, vivid and still fresh in his dying mind. Then he saw a face, a young one's pretty face, bewilderment beyond comprehension written deep within his dark eyes.For His Safety, For My Love3 years ago in Introductions & Chapters
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Ah, yes, Dorian knew who the boy was. He knew all too well. In his centuries of roaming about the globe, never had Dorian fell upon such an intriguing individual, one as complex and as beautiful as that special young one. Being a hybrid link between human and vampire, granted with the divine powers of Pravus, he had captivated the madman's interest, and much more, up until the very end.
He who went by the name of Vladimir Tod, nonetheless.
It was he who should have received the fatal injury. He who should have been staked by the Slayer. He should have fel