Sick!England x Reader - Bath TalkSick!England x Reader - Bath Talk4 days ago in Romance More Like This
You were greeted with the gentle, faint aroma of tea and roses once you opened the door to your English friend’s house, his spare key clutched in your hand as you peered inside.
There was nothing out of the ordinary; as usual, Arthur’s house was kept in wonderful condition, with everything clean and not a speck of dust in sight. Closing the door behind you, you quickly locked it and put the key away before sighing.
Arthur had called you earlier, requesting that you come over. He was bedridden at the moment, and he absolutely refused to bring over Alfred to take care of him since last time the American had tried to place a hamburger on his head as a way of curing him.
It was funny, yes, but Arthur had informed you that he’d rather not have ‘that greasy morsel’ – you were quoting his words – on his forehead.
“Arthur?” you called out softly, quietly climbing the stairs so you wouldn’t disturb the ill Englishman.
To Ask Out A Waiter - Waiter! Levi x Shy? ReaderTo Ask Out A Waiter - Waiter! Levi x Shy? Reader1 week ago in Romance More Like This
Your eyes always strayed from your laptop.
You just couldn’t help it. He was always near. And you loved it!
The waiter’s grey eyes would glance in your direction and you would quickly look away trying to “focus” on the essay you were supposed to be working on for English.
With blush on your cheeks, you would look up from your laptop again to see the waiter named Levi at the other side of the café serving other customers.
Normally you would hang out at “Titan’s Café” once in a while with a cup of coffee and piece of cheesecake. However, since they hired this guy named Levi you almost always came to this café whenever you could; which was practically everyday.
Yes, it was a crush. A crush that was so powerful whenever you saw the said man butterflies would fly in your stomach and a blush would rise to your cheeks.
As you barely typed a sentence for your essay, you heard a voice behind you, “You barely typed anyt