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Character: Moriarty x Reader
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You sighed in pleasure when you sat down on your comfortable couch, tightly wrapped in your favorite blanket, a steaming cup of hot chocolate standing on the low table in front of you, right next to your laptop.
It has been a terribly exhausting day...well actually most days had been exhausting since you had moved in your new apartment: 221c Bakerstreet.
The apartment itself wasn't the problem, except for some little problems with mold, what kept you busy, were your neighbors in 221b.
Sherlock Holmes and John Watson had quickly became not only your best friends, well at least Watson, but also the biggest source of adventures and pastime you ever experienced.
While John had become some sort of caring, protective
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Sherlock paced back and forth, back and forth, anxiously waiting for his cue. Lestrade stood a few feet away leaning against the church wall, he had given up his attempts to calm him down. Sherlock paused to study himself in the reflection from a stain glass window. He straighten his boutonniere, which consisted of a dark purple calla lily flanked by two gold ones. He had done this so many times the pin would leave a permanent hole in his suit.
“Sherlock, it’s time.” The DI’s words reached him and his legs nearly gave out. He wobbled sightly as he made his way to the door and Greg shook his head, “You should have had John do this.”
Looking anywhere but the the sea of faces staring at him Sherlock half ran down the isle. This was actually happening.
As he made his way he began questioning himself. He was Sherlock Holmes, the ex-junkie sociopath. He solved crimes as an alternative to getting high. He was a freak. Wha