Sick! Loki x Reader |The Odds|Sick! Loki x Reader |The Odds|22 hours ago in General Fiction More Like This
You were only slightly suspicious of something being wrong with Loki-possibly-when you woke up that morning. It was mostly because Loki got up sniffling and wiping fervently at his nose. Not to mention the slight pinkness to his eyes.
You quickly dismissed it as he rose and got ready like he normally did, barely even acknowledging the grossness he felt in his throat. So if he didn’t care, you didn’t, either.
But as you got the hot chocolate (you hated coffee, and taught Loki to do the same), ready for the both of you, you couldn’t help but notice he was feeling progressively worse, particularly when he stumbled into the kitchen in search of tissues.
“Um, Loki, baby, are you okay?” You asked him, pouring the heavenly beverages into separate thermoses and eying him warily.
“Of course I’m fine, woman. I just have a bit of a runny nose, is all.” He grumbled. You quirked an eyebrow, watching as he searched vainly for the box of “nose pap
Cheater!Levi x Reader - HandsCheater!Levi x Reader - Hands1 day ago in Romance More Like This
The hazy cyan of the sky was all that was in your line of vision now. Beads of salty perspiration trickled down the groves of your face as you stared out into that sky and felt your body losing what little heat it had left by the second. The breeze picked up the loose strands of your hair and allowed them to feel weightlessness, even if just for a moment. Weightless. That's probably the best word to describe this new sensation to you. And now you felt it, the warmth of your tears being the only thing giving your numbed face any sort of feeling. What is this? What is happening? The breaths you take became choppy and short, pain surging more with each new one you took. As the cyan sky gives way to a pure white, you swore you could feel a cold, calloused hand grace your cheek, followed by a familiar voice calling out to you.
You see him. His charcoal black locks and luminous gr