Like Crazy: Jack FrostxReader"GAAAAAH! I effin' hate the snow!" you whined to no one in particular, throwing another shovelful of of the aforementioned frozen liquid behind you. "It has to be the worst part of this stupid season!"
"Awww come on, _____." a voice said, startling you. You turned around to see your friend and love interest (who said that?!) Jack... You know, you never could remember his last name. Did he even tell you? You felt kind of stupid, thinking about it...
"Hello? ______? Are you still there?"
You shook your head. "Y-yeah." you said, looking him all over. You noticed once again he wasn't wearing shoes.
"Honestly, Jack. One of these days you're gonna get nasty frostbite."
He chuckled. "Somehow, I seriously doubt that."
You only rolled your eyes, trying to ignore that gorgeous smile you swore you were immune to before getting back to work.
"Hey, you don't really mean that, do you?"
"Hm? Mean what, Jack?"
"What you said about the snow."
"Well... Yeah. To be honest, winter's my least favorite seas
Let It Snow [Jack Frost x Reader]You stared at the thermometer on the wall across from you in dismay as sweat dripped down the contours of your face, over the swell of your nose and falling down into the carpet. The red bar was all the way up to a whopping 98 degrees Fahrenheit, or about 36 degrees Celsius—and it certainly was obvious with the air conditioning in your house being broken. Of course, the fact that said house always had something wrong with it and why your father had decided to drag your family out in the middle of nowhere was still a question you pondered about seven months after the move.Let It Snow [Jack Frost x Reader]2 years ago in Romance More Like This
Wiping more beads of sweat from your flushed skin, (h/c) sticking to your forehead in damp clumps, you gave a small groan and fell back onto the couch in defeat. A fairly nasty heat wave had decided to stop by your area now that it was the middle of summer, correlating just perfectly with the sudden malfunctioning of your house's air conditioning. What made the situation even more lovely was the fact that your p
Jack FrostxReader~Nipping at your NoseThe signs of summer were officially gone with the trees turning colors, and fall settling in. Everything was okay, until it suddenly became below freezing. Every day you'd have to trug along the wet snowy path to school, and be dragged around the park with your brother when he needed to get 'out of the house'. It was surpruizing that your parents never forced you to go outside, since you were the only one in the family that despised the stuff. It was just the cold period. Being fulled equipped with your scarf, mittens, snow shoes, hat, heavy coat, and warm leggings, you finally waddled out of the house behind your eager brother, who was dying to get to the park. It was a packing snow day..great. Perfect for making forts, snow men and ughhhh. You winced at the thought. Snow balls. The rememberance of being hit so many times in the face, and nearly getting blue fingers in fourth grade made you never want to be out in the snow again.Jack FrostxReader~Nipping at your Nose2 years ago in Romance More Like This
"Hurry up (your name)!" your brother shouted, waiting i
Just Can't Get Enough~Jack FrostXREADERHolding your breath for a moment you step out of your house and land on thick snow. “Gosh! I hate it!” you fuss as you walked on the snow. You held up the skates in your hand slowly moved forward. It was winter night and the sky was dark and the street was lighted up by dim lights. You sneaked out from your front yard and headed for the streets. “Ice skating, here I come!”Just Can't Get Enough~Jack FrostXREADER2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
In the midst of the snow covered forest was the frozen lake. You rushed to the lake in a more galumph way. You quickly put on your (f/c) skates and stumbled to stand in a balance. You tried to walk a few steps closer to the lake and with a stupendous thud you land on your butt. “Ow!” you said, whose tone and attitude certainly didn’t suggest a shred of embarrassment probably because you’re alone. But a light chuckle quickly caught your attention.
You turned your head in all your directions but found no one. You tried to stand up a couple of times but
Jack FrostxReader"Really..another snow day.."Jack FrostxReader3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
You sighed and slumped back into your chair and held your knees against your chest. This had been the third snow day in a row, and so far you weren't enjoying it. A few days before you had gotten the flu, and could not attend the skiing and skating trip your friends, and the rest of the school were doing. Now they were stuck up there due to the weather-but it obviously wasn't a problem since they had eachother and all the free time to ski and skate-while you were stuck back at home with no friends to hang out with-within your range anyway-and your parents were working away at solving what to do about the leaks in the attic.
Light snow began to fall, and you groaned.
There was a light tap on the window, and when your head perked up, there was nothing.
"Just the wind." your growled before staring at the scarf you got last winter that you forgot to wear. You snapped your fingers and smiled to yourself.
'There's a pond just down a ways!' you though
Jack FrostXReaderJack Frost X ReaderJack FrostXReader2 years ago in Romance More Like This
Let It Snow
Story by lilacgiraffe
You sighed, placing your book down and looking at the rain around you from under the overhanging roof of a building. "This sucks." It was one week from Christmas and yet, there was no snow again. "Woe is me," you cried out, dramatically waving you arms about you like a Shakespearean actor, "for there art not a signal snowflake to kiss the earth. Woe. Woe!" You spun into rain and fell into the grass, placing your hand onto your forehead. You look from under your hand, checking that no one was there. You grinned, feeling your jeans and sweater stick to you and laughed.
"You appear to be insane." You heard someone say. You sit up, your (h/c) hair sticking to your face as you look for the onlooker.
"Ah!" You scream, feeling something slide behind you. You jump up, loosing your beanie in the process, and look at where you were sitting, only to find no one there. "Huh, I must be going insane." you mutter.
"Must be." the voice from
Jack Frost X Reader - How Could I Forget?The last thing you remember that night was tucking yourself into bed and closing your eyes. You trail away into your little dreamworld of yours, dreaming of all the things you wanted. Later that night you woke for some strange reason, feeling as cold as ever, not to mention the fact that it was winter. You decide to have a walk about in your room turning your light on. You looked out you window and, to your surprise, the window was covered in frost. You opened your window to look outside and the whole street was covered in a thick layer and pure white snow.Jack Frost X Reader - How Could I Forget?2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
"Wow" You said in amazement, as you remembered that only just yesterday it was clear and empty.
"You like my work?" said a voice who you don't seem to recognize.
You banged your head against the window as you jumped at the sound of his smooth and comforting voice.
"Careful" he said, chuckling.
"Where are you? And who are you?" As you rub your head and popping back into your bedroom. You had plenty more questions to ask but the
More Than A Nip [Jack Frost x Reader]Ice skating.More Than A Nip [Jack Frost x Reader]2 years ago in Romance More Like This
Whoever had invented the idea in terms of it being a "fun way to pass the time" was a complete and utter idiot.
Stumbling around on the surface of a frozen lake on too-tight for comfort ice skates that squeezed and pinched your feet in the most uncomfortable way as you waddled around like a penguin was not your idea of fun. It was the complete opposite. It was horrendous, absolutely exhausting, humiliating, and just completely and utterly a waste of your valuable time.
Then again, being that you had moved out to the middle of nowhere right when winter had decided to kick in, it wasn't like you had anything better to do.
You sighed as you plopped down on the lake's edge, which was covered with a thick blanket of snow, and stretched out your aching feet with a groan. Your name was (first name) (last name), and your father had decided out of the blue to move your family out into the old farmhouse his best friend had grown up in many years ago, just for a more…rustic ap
Jack FrostXReader 1 Snow AngelJack FrostXReader 1 Snow Angel2 years ago in Romance More Like This
"Winter came down to our home one night
Quietly pirouetting in on silvery-toed slippers of snow,
And we, we were children once again."
~Bill Morgan, Jr.
A cool breeze flowed through the North Pole while little snowflakes fluttered about the enormous workshop. The workshop was filled with the scent of freshly baked cookies, filled with busy yetis, elves were running around, and colors were everywhere in sight. A silver haired boy flew into the shop and examined the place with great joy and admiration. The grin on his face grew larger and he allowed his stick to pull him through the factory to the designated office he had been invited to at a quick speed. With great ease, he flew around the working yeti and past all the toys that would be delivered on Christmas later that year. The painted red robots toppled off one of the workshop tables. The Yeti looked at its hard work that had fallen onto the ground. The furry creature just couldn’t seem to cut a break as he shot the
JackFrostXReader: Jack's GirlJackFrostXReader: Jack’s GirlJackFrostXReader: Jack's Girl2 years ago in Romance More Like This
Requested by: ~44mae
Idea and Story by: *Ninja-Neko-Aru
Bunnymund spun in the wheeled desk chair, his padded foot pushing against the floor to make the chair spin faster. A large sigh escaped his mouth and all at once he forced the chair to stop. In front of him, he saw Jack Frost balancing on the fence that circled around North’s large globe. Jack was looking up at the golden lights that represented each and every child that believed in them. But it wasn’t the lights that Jack was paying attention too. He was waiting.
“So when do you think she’ll get here?” Bunnymund asked. “You know…to the North Pole.”
Jack looked at Bunnymund and chuckled. “She has her way of getting here.”
“Hmm…about your girlfriend…” Bunnymund began but North walked up behind him and spun the chair.
“Whoa~!” Bunnymund grabbed the arm rests to help him stay in the chair.
Jack FrostXReader: We Meet AgainJack FrostXReader: We Meet Again2 years ago in Romance More Like This
You ran through the falling snow, tears streaming down your face. The moon was the only thing lighting your path, though you didn't even know where you were going anyway. Suddenly your foot struck a rock under the blanket of snow and you plummeted into it's cold embrace face first.
Never in your life had you needed someone so bad.
You lay there, your cheeks stinging from the biting cold the snow offered. Not able to take it anymore, you sat up and buried your face in your knees. Eventually you would have to sum up some strength and go home, but that wasn't happening anytime soon.
Today had been the worst day the fates had ever decided to give to you. That morning you had walked in on another fight between your parents. Again it had been about money problems like it always was. You had tried to brush it off as you walked to school, but for some reason you felt this fight was different then the rest. When you got to school your boyfriend came to tell you he had some news. He ha
JackFrostXReader Part 2Jack Frost X Reader Part TwoJackFrostXReader Part 22 years ago in Romance More Like This
Story by lilacgiraffe
Dammit... I hate doing this but... read the damn description.
On to the story!
You push away from him, giggling, “Jack,” you twirl in the falling snow, “how did you do this?”
“I told you,” he laughs, “I’m Jack Frost.” You feel overwhelmed with a giddiness you hadn’t known since you were little. You spin through the snowflakes until you fall, overcome by dizziness. Jack thumps to the ground next to you.
“You look really funny right now.” he chuckles, brushing a stray hair from your face and tucking it behind your ear.
You beam at him, “I’m just really happy right now,” a pause as a particularly cold wind reminded you of the wet cloths sticking to you, “and wet and cold. I’m those things too.”
“Of course you are!” he chuckles, “Where do you live, I’ll walk you home.”
“I’m not telli
Jack Frost x Reader [part 1]You smiled, watching as your best friend in the whole world jumped around happily. "I can't believe you're already seventeen!" She said, a huge grin on her tan face. You laughed. "You're still older than me." Your best friend, Emily, was 20, while you had just turned seventeen. "____!" Your mother called from inside the house. "It's time for dinner!" Emily grinned and took your hand, dragging you into the kitchen. "Here's some hot chocolate for you two," Your mother, (mother's name here), said, placing to hot cups on the table. "Why are we having hot coco, mrs. ____?" Emily asked, confused. "Tommorow's the first day of Winter!" She exclaimed.Jack Frost x Reader [part 1]2 years ago in Settings More Like This
"And ___'s birthday, of course, is today." You took a sip of the hot chocolate, and smiled at your mother. Your father had died when you were very young, so you had no clue on who he was. You had met Emily in Highschool, and you two had been friends ever since. She had lost her father, too, when she was very young, so she understood you better th
Jack FrostXReader~Part TwoJack FrostXReader~Part Two2 years ago in Romance More Like This
"(Your name), you found him. You found Jack."
The white haired boy smiled at your sister and she smiled right back.
"I don't care who he is, I don't want you near him," You said quickly.
"But-" She started.
"It's okay (sister's name), what do you say we show her a little winter fun?" The boy said with a smirk rewarded with several nods and a giggle from your sister. He jumped out of the tree and landed on the ground with surprising ease. In fact, he almost seemed to float down.
"No, you stay away from us," You said, pointing the stick at him. It wasn't much to defend yourself against the unusual creeper, but it would have to do.
However, you were no fighting master, and he swiftly took your wrists in both hands with no problem. Cold seemed to emit from his very skin and it traveled up your arm, causing you to stop squirming.
"L-Let go of me!" You said through your now chattering teeth. Why were his hands so cold?
"Oh, but we haven't even started to have fun yet!" He s
Jack Frost x Reader. The Night MeetingJack Frost x Reader. The Night Meeting2 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
You sat at your desk facing your computer,(eye c) eyes scanning web pages for something that maybe, just maybe, might put you in a good mood.
You brush your (hair c) bangs out of your eyes and rest your face on your hand, sighing all the while.
Your day had been going great up until now. In the morning your dad made you breasfast consisting of (various foods), and in the afternoon you went to see a movie with your friend (___).
You smile to yourself, knowing you are alone, and, quietly, you mutter out loud
" if only life were really like that..."
"if only life was just like in the movie-"
But before you could complete your sentence, your dad's voice, which was quite loud boomed through the house;He was yelling at the tv. He was louder than usual, due to the fact that he was drunk once again.
You hated when he was like this, and went out of your way to avoid him at all costs.
All was quiet again, but you waited a moment before you continued.
"if only somebody,or... anybody
Jack FrostXReader Prologue ~Sight"Aren't you a little old for that?" your friend's voice cut through your concentration as you tried to carefully stack the cards in front of you into a precarious pyramid. You glanced up at her and rolled your eyes before you slid the next card into position. The red patterned backs mixed with the numbered sides. You sat back in your chair to pull another card from the box. After an hour of painstaking concentration, you were finally almost done. Stacking cards is something that's very hard to do.Jack FrostXReader Prologue ~Sight2 years ago in Romance More Like This
You looked at her and shook your head, "No way."
Your friend narrowed her (e/c) eyes at you and sipped her coffee, "Look _______, I just think that you should get hooked into reality, alright? We're seniors in high school and you're about to turn 18. I think it's time you stopped believing in things like the Easter Bunny and Santa."
"You're never too old to believe," you responded stubbornly. "Besides, I have a twelve year old sister, a six year old brother, and a three month old younger brot
Jack Frost x Reader: The Night Meeting Part 2Jack Frost x Reader: The Night Meeting Part 22 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
This is the continuation of my first chapter, "The Night Meeting". To understand this, please read the first one
You opened your eyes to find you are in your bedroom.
Sitting up, your (eye c) eyes scan your surroundings.
Your room is iluminated my the moon, casting shadows against every wall.
You look over to your clock, which sat on the dresser opposite your bed.
Sighing, you slowly swing your legs off the side of your bed,begin to stand,and walk over to your window.
Placing your hands on the window sill, you look up to the moon.
"Sooner than you think, huh Jack...?"
It had been one week.
One week without Jack making an appearance.
One week of being confined at home for "running away"
Throughout the week you were at battle with yourself.
Were the things you experienced with the winter spirit only days ago a figment of your imagination?
These things certainly crossed your mind. In fact, they ceased to leave it.
"What i saw...It couldn't have been my imaginatio
Jack Frost X Reader Part ThreeJack Frost X Reader Part TwoJack Frost X Reader Part Three2 years ago in Romance More Like This
Story by lilacgiraffe
You guys know the drill; read the discription. There’s important stuff for you guys there! Including prizes!
“How about I just turn around?”
His words rattle in your head and you blush.
“Well, um-” you spun around to face him, shivering at how suddenly he moved closer. You could feel the cold coming off of him. Suddenly, the words you had thought out were gone. Your arms hung limply at your sides as the good looking boy stepped even closer, the tight sweater you gave him allowing you to see his light muscles ripple softly. He smirked and wrapped his arms around you, speaking into your hair.
“I can leave but I just thought,” he toyed with the ends of your (h/c) hair, “you might need my help.”
Again, you shiver as his frosted breath glides through the air and onto your skin. Your (e/c) eyes widen and you twist away. When you get out of his grip, you begin backing up
Jack FrostXReader~Part ThreeJack FrostXReader~Part Three2 years ago in Romance More Like This
You awoke feeling freezing cold the next morning. You thought for a moment that Jack had made it so, but in all reality you had just left the window open when you had crawled back inside. You stayed there for a minute under your warm covers, not willing to face the chilling air that it protected you from. Yet, you eventually had to get up and close the window or else it would simply make the room worse. Taking a deep breath, you threw off your covers. The cold blast hit you hard but you pressed onward to the source of this awful temperature. You noticed that there was a thick layer of frost covering the glass, and it only further reminded you of last night. You shook your head and shut the window tight, being sure to lock it.
After a quick hot shower, you went downstairs into your kitchen. You were about to grab a bowl when you realized that you had forgotten to do the dishes like your mother had asked you to! You quickly turned on the sink and began to rinse away the tough food sta
Nipping At Your Nose (Jack Frost X Reader, Part 2)Nipping At Your Nose (Jack Frost X Reader, Part 2)2 years ago in Romance More Like This
"Alright, Jamie. I'll pay attention. I don't see how you're going to be able to make me believe, though," you say, becoming a bit melancholy. The cold gets you like this sometimes. Brings you down. Usually not though, so you're hopeful that after Jamie's done, you'll get back to doing fun things.
"First things first. Do you know what Jack Frost does?" He asks.
"Well, he supposedly brings the frost, of course, and snow. Can't he make wind, too? I think I read that in a children's book or something once, a long time ago. Basically, he changes the season to winter." Jamie nods, content with your answer. Just then, a cold wind starts up, blowing your [h/l] [h/c] locks into your face. Pushing them back, you shiver, and pull your [f/c] scarf up higher on your face.
"You know what else Jack does?" Jamie asks as the wind continues. You shake your head no.
"He's doing it now. Nipping at your nose."
You give him a small smile, saying, "Well, maybe that's so, but how would I b
Jack FrostXReader: Dr.FrostJack FrostXReader: Dr.Frost2 years ago in Romance More Like This
(This is an even that could have been one of the event that takes place during my first Jack FrostXReader fanfiction, but it can also be independent.)
You sat in bed, blowing your nose into a tissue. After you were done with it, you tossed it into the trash can that was sitting by your bedside. Groaning, you scooted back down under the covers and closed your eyes. Not that it helped though; Your head still pounded with aching pain.
It was the third day of school after Christmas break. You still couldn't believe that you'd caught the bug that was going around, and it was even harder to believe it happened on your first week back at school! You had so much work to catch up on...
Suddenly you heard the familiar sound of your window opening then closing. This sound always told you that Jack Frost had entered your room--something that he did quite often after you had established quite a friendly relationship with the boy. You felt your room grow colder and you felt like telling
When You Meet A Believer 2 (Jack FrostXReader)When You Meet A Believer 2 (Jack FrostXReader)2 years ago in Romance More Like This
“Dammit, Jamie! Why couldn’t you wait for me?” You trudged into his house, complaining to the boy who took off straight after school. You jumped on a couch, your hands crossed over your chest, fuming. “First, you run off thereby forcing me to come here. And now this! Jamie, what is so important that you had to show me?” The visible irritation in your voice, however, did not deter Jamie one bit.
“______, I know you’d rather sit in your room with a book but please just do it.” You sighed, giving in, a hand running through your [h/c] hair and Jamie signalled for you to follow him, wearing his coat at the same time. You, however, loved the cold and refused to put one on, regardless of how insistent your loved ones would be. You walked out into Jamie’s house, following his lead, only in a tank top, a thin over-shirt, and a pair of sweatpants.
Looking down, you saw the streets covered
Frosted Kiss (Jack Frost X Reader)Winter.Frosted Kiss (Jack Frost X Reader)2 years ago in Romance More Like This
Just the name of the season gave you chills.
Why? Because unlike the people of the world around you, so ignorant to the beauty of this season, you recognize the magnificence of what only happens for a few precious months each year. It is the time that you hold in your heart, close to your soul. And when hotter months come, your heart yearns for the beautiful coldness, and the feeling that enters your heart can only be described through snow, frosted windowpanes, and crystal clear ice.
The snowflakes, so different from the spoiled, ruined blackness of the world around, fall down covering the hills with a beautiful blanket of pure white snow. The windowpanes became drawing boards for frosted patterns, each unique and unlike any other that will or has been created. The flowers in winter they say, created out of frost, bloom in abundance everywhere you look.
The winter breeze blows with a frozen delight, its crisp coldness returning a small piece of your soul back to you. A piece t
Jack FrostXReader~Part FourJack FrostXReader~Part Four2 years ago in Romance More Like This
As Christmas break passed, you only saw Jack every once and a while. Occasionally he'd come visit you in your room and you'd simply just enjoy the company of each other. He understood that you really didn't want to go outside, although he often tried to convince you to see the beautiful winter scenes he'd created; Which you'd just look at through your window. He still played with your sister outside, and you sometimes secretly viewed their snowball fights. Jack seemed to genuinely like making your sister happy, which was your favorite trait about him. As you got to know him better, you also found several other things you loved about him. You loved his half smile, his blue eyes, the way he always had his hands in his pockets, the taste of his kiss, and his sarcastic tone that reminded you of your own. It was all these little things and more that made you realize that you had fallen in love with the boy.
Soon Christmas break was gone, and you found yourself preparing your backpack for
Jack FrostXReader~Part OneJack FrostXReader~Part One2 years ago in Romance More Like This
There you sat on your bed, browsing the internet with that empty look you almost always wore this time of year. It was Christmas break of course, time for cookies, lights and laughter. However, you found the break quite boring. You liked to keep yourself busy, and being snowed in nearly every year with nothing to do wasn't your idea of fun.
Your little sister on the other hand, loved the large amounts of snow. It was always falling this time of year, but she would always come and knock on your door yelling in that high-pitched voice of hers about the weather. She claimed that a boy named Jack Frost made it snow, and even went so far as to say she'd met him before. When she tried to tell you about her "adventures" with him, you would simply tell her to grow up. Imagination was good and all, but enough is enough.
Just as your sister left your mind to be replaced with other thoughts of the holiday season, her familiar knock came on your door.
"(your name)! It's snowing again!