Superheroes (StevexReader)Superheroes (StevexReader)18 hours ago in General Fiction More Like This
In the silence of the dark night, rain filled clouds drifted over New York. The wind picked up and exclaimed her howling sighs. Raindrops started dripping on the roofs of all the buildings, spreading a relaxing melody through the empty streets.
Most people were already fast asleep, their soft snoring contributing to the melodic unity of sounds that penetrated your apartment. In the dim light of your computer screen, you were working on a project you had to finish before the next morning.
Your eyes started to feel heavy, but you couldn’t give in to the lingering sleep yet. Just a few more adjustments and you would be done. You rubbed your eyes an stretched your arms out above your head. The glowing red light of your alarm clock told you it was already three in the morning. In less than five hours you would have to be at the office again. While you were working on the last few details your eyes started to feel heavier and heavier, until after a few minutes you had fallen asleep beh
Hiro x Reader|Open the doorHiro x Reader|Open the door20 hours ago in General Fiction More Like This
Warning - Just about one or two Spoilers
You sighed deeply, running a hand through your hair in defeat as you sat against Hiro's room door. Ever since Tadashi's death not long ago, Hiro had locked himself in his room and ignored all pleads to come out. Aunt Cass tried to persuade him to leave the room but the only reply she got was a deep silence full of sadness. No matter how hard Cass tried, she had no avail. So you decided to come over and try to haul him out since you were greatly worried for him.
But this only ended up with you staying by his door at all times.
You never left his door unless you really needed to use the bathroom. You took small naps and ate snacks that Aunt Cass had given you. Hiro wondered why you never left his door. Were you that concerned for him? Though he didn't like the idea of you staying there, he didn't do anything about it.
You knew how it felt to lose someone dear to your heart. Your father died when you were at