Punk!Daddy!Levi x Mommy!Reader - Dance - [AU]Punk!Daddy!Levi x Mommy!Reader - Dance - [AU]2 days ago in Romance More Like This
With a tiered sigh, a tattooed arm worked carefully to apply false lashes right in the perfect spot on his beloved daughter's face. It wasn't strange anymore, he was used to this kind of stuff now. He was an expert at makeup, hair, costuming, and any skills needed to survive in the dance world. He didn't give two shits if someone thought what he was doing was strange or unmanly. Any person that dared question his masculinity would soon have to schedule facial reconstruction surgery after receiving a deadly blow to the face. This was his little girl, and this is what she loved. So for the sake of his beloved daughter, he'd pin up her hair and apply her lipstick. No one had to know about this little activity he did on the weekends anyways, it was just between his family and the people currently standing in the room. This was the one thing Hope begged her daddy to do with her, and Levi couldn't refuse the sweetness of his six-year-old daughter.
"Daddy, do yo
Sebastian-x- ShyReader: Her Gentleman, Chess PieceSebastian-x- ShyReader: Her Gentleman, Chess Piece3 days ago in Romance More Like This
Sebastian-x- Shy Reader: Her Gentleman, Chess Piece
Lady Camilla Beatrice Riverside was a woman of divine beauty and overflowing fortune. Throughout Europe she was revered for her name and personal gifts, and all of this praise and respect was uniquely and well-earned. Having been born to a British Aristocrat family and then marrying well when she was young, the woman had made quite the reputation for herself. She was cunning and had the delicate virtues that any true lady should have, as well as a flair for authority, so she had bypassed everyone’s expectations and gone exceedingly far in terms of her social climbing and wealth.
Her husband, the right honorable Lord Mathew Riverside had died a handful of years past from tuberculosis and Lady Camilla had never remarried. She had respected her late spouse and hadn’t found the need to chain herself to another man when she was perfectly happy and freed as she was. (It was a fact tha