Levi x Hooker!Reader - Alive - [AU]Levi x Hooker!Reader - Alive - [AU]23 hours ago in Romance More Like This
(Warning: Themes of prostitution. Reader and Levi are 18+)
Everyday was the same, your empty soul held the equivalent to feeling dead. The filth you have to give yourself up to was so revolting it made you question the essence of your existence. Men, sometimes even women with greed and no patience would pay you cheap money for cheap thrills, and you accepted with a void expression every time. Sometimes you wondered about how your life could have been if you would have just stayed with him, your asshole of an ex. But when he left, so did his money, and you had run out of options. Being a streetwalker wasn't all it was cracked up to be, most of the time you didn't even fell alive while putting out for clients. This was your world, and there was no way to escape it's treacherous clutch. Some days were better than others though, as with any job. Especially the days with him.
All you knew was his name was Levi and that he was a businessman that was loaded beyo
Thunder (Levi X Reader) DrabbleThunder (Levi X Reader) Drabble23 hours ago in Romance More Like This
~A/N: Listen to both of these as you read!
A jolt ran through his form, causing the male’s eyes to shoot open. His breaths came out long and uneven, another roar thundering in the distance. The insistent patter of rain droplets against the clear window seemed to calm his nerves, tense body relaxing to its rhythmic hum. He licked his lips, glancing around to absorb his surroundings. He was obviously in his room, due to its overly clean demeanor and perfectly aligned furniture.
His grey hues fluttered shut once again, a sigh escaping his lips. They opened once again when he felt something shift under his arms. A soft little grunt left her lips as she nuzzled her face into his clothed chest. He stared down at her, confused for a moment before realizing his situation. He often asked her to accompany him on stormy nights, for reasons he didn’t dare speak aloud.
He hated to admit he f