Jack FrostXReader~Part One
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!
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"(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 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
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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
Jack FrostXReader~Part FiveJack FrostXReader~Part Five2 years ago in Romance More Like This
You had nearly forgotten what it was like to live a normal life. For the past two weeks, your life had been swirled in to a wonderful fairy tale. However, after the first week of school you realized that there were other things in life to worry about. You had school work to do, chores to be done, and your friends always called. You found yourself once again caught up in your life you'd been living before you met Jack.
He seemed to sense this as well. His visits that once occurred nightly became more and more spaced out. But when he did come, you would have short bursts of love for him that would slowly drift away until he returned to make your head spin again.
And so there you lay on your bed in the dark, pondering about your relationship with the winter spirit. It had been a snowy February which told you that tonight he would visit you, even though you hadn't seen him in nearly two weeks. There always seemed to be a spike in the winter weather when he came to see you. Even in
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"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
Jack Frost x Reader: Fairy Tale Part 1It never snowed, not where you lived, and that’s all you wanted. Snow, crisp white flakes that covered the ground and made everything shine. You were staring out of your window when your mom called from below.Jack Frost x Reader: Fairy Tale Part 12 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
“(f/n), come on, it’s time to go.” You and your mom were going to the mall, she wanted to go see a movie and do some Christmas shopping, you on the other hand, had no idea what you wanted to do. All of your friends were busy. Grabbing your (s/c) scarf and coat, you walked out of your room and down the stairs to your waiting mother.
“All ready?” You nodded, your (e/c) eyes taking one last glance around the house.
“Oh crap, mom, go I’ll be out in a sec, I forgot to grab my phone.” She nodded and walked out the door as you rushed back up the stairs to grab your phone.
You ran back to the door and locked it quickly before walking to the car. But before you got in, you noticed that the wind was picking up, bowing your (h/l) (h/c) h
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"The stars are pretty today, you know that?"
Jack looks over to you with a raised eyebrow before flashing his signature crooked smile. "That's what you always say whenever we're up here. You always think the stars are pretty."
"Exactly." You let out a small laugh as you prop yourself up beside the silver-haired boy, careful not to fall. "There's nothing wrong with that. I like stars, and it's actually a pretty good conversation starter."
"Well, we would've just laid down here the whole night with nothing to say if I never let it out."
"... Oh, good point." Jack runs a hand through his disheveled locks before he chuckles uneasily with his smile still showing. "Sorry, I'm still not used to this whole 'social interaction' thing since I'm pretty used to being ignored whenever I try talking to someone."
You cringe as he says those words and sit up slightly to flash him a disbelieving expression. "Jack, you have me now. We're friends aren'
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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
Jack Overland: Chapter OneJack Overland: Chapter One2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Years ago, the snow fell softly on a small village. Lights from candles inside cozy cabins cascaded onto the cobble stone paths that glistened with frost. The soft winter wind drifted down the dirt paths that lined the village, bringing in winter as silently as a whisper.
The peaceful quiet was interrupted as a newborn infant cried out into the night from a small log home. For as the snow fell, a baby boy took his first breath of life.
His mother lay in her bed in the corner of the cabin, candle light bouncing off the sheen of sweat on her forehead. As exhausted as she was, a large smile crossed her face as her husband handed her the small bundle wrapped in a white linen blanket. A small face peeked out from the fold of the fabric, revealing closed eyes and smooth, flawless skin that only a baby could posses. Her husband kissed the top of her head while he joined her in admiring their first born child.
A Frozen Memory Jack FrostxReader They always taught you that the past is a painful sight. That it had nothing but bad memories held within it. They promised good futures. Nothing but happiness to come your way.A Frozen Memory Jack FrostxReader2 years ago in Romance More Like This
They lied. The past wasn't terrible. It held a beautiful memory that seemed to slip your mind. But it wasn't your fault. The only reason you knew of the memory was because it came to you in a dream many years ago. It wasn't truly yours to begin with. It was from a last life. A life from a long time ago.
Softly skipping, you begin to make your way to school. Plush snow falls from the sky. The snow makes small patterns in your hair. A giggle slips out of your mouth. You stretch your tongue out and catch some snowflakes. You look over at your school with disguist. You walk into school, looking forward to it ending.
The day seemed to drag on forever. After numerous lectures you finally made it to lunch. You sit by your friends as usual. This was the only part of the day (in school) you enjoyed. After many laughs
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"I think that love is stronger than habits or circumstances. I think it is possible to keep yourself for someone for a long time, and still remember why you were waiting when she comes at last.... I would enter your sleep if I could, and guard you there, and slay the thing that hounds you, as I would if it had the courage to face me in fair daylight. But I cannot come in unless you dream of me.”
― Peter S. Beagle, The Last Unicorn
Night had spread across the sky and dusty grey clouds drifted in front of the moon, making the night even darker. The twinkling stars seemed to dim and an unshakeable chill seemed to surround the quite houses. Pitch looked up at the skyline from his deep domain in the ground and he paced menacingly back and forth across the dirt covered floor. He let out a dissatisfied sigh and looked towards the black sand swirling around at his feet. “What i
Not Just A Myth - Jack Frost x Reader Chapter 1Not Just A Myth - Jack Frost x Reader Chapter 12 years ago in Romance More Like This
Chapter 1 - A new home.
_________,__________, Wake up...
You heard the sound of your mother calling you, as you slowly slipped back into consciousness, the sound got louder, You opened your eyes and light invaded them instantly, you cringed, you blinked a few times as your eyes adjusted to the scene.
Through the windscreen in front of you, you could see a white blanket of snow covering the pathways, you smiled in delight, all the tiredness out of your body had disappeared.
"Don't worry I'm up!" You called to your mother who was unloading the moving Truck with your Father.
You Had Just traveled from (Town name), all the way to Burgess, You had to drive all the way to the airport, which took about 20 minutes, get on a plane, which took 3 hours, and drive to your new home, which took an hour.
You had to get up at 5 A.M, which was why you were so tired, but now you were wide awake after finding out it had snowed.
You opened your car door and jumped out, you turned back around to see your p
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Hey guys *waves* So a lot of you asked for a part two, so Sky and I (and a third accomplice I shall reveal later) decided to do exactly that, and a little more.
I mean how could we not after how lovely you were last time (Seriously guys, I love you all)
'Whatever do you mean?' You might be wondering, but don't worry I'll explain everything in the description Have a fun time reading!
((Oh, and for those who have no idea what part one was (don't worry, you can read this without it), I'll leave the link at the end))
During – First Date Classics
Snow and frost crunched under your boots as you walked through the forest, your feet carrying you down a worn-out path, one that you had walked many times before. You knew this place to the point of knowing were the last rock was, and just when a certain tree would come into view.
Most would call it weird, but at least you wouldn't trip or crash into something as your min
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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 Frost x Reader : Fairy Tale Part 2The entire ride home, all you could think about was what couldn’t have happened.Jack Frost x Reader : Fairy Tale Part 22 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
The wind couldn’t talk, but what if… what if it could.
You thought so much you didn’t even realize that you were home until your mom shut the car off and spoke.
“Something on your mind, (f/n)?” Your mom pulled you out of the trance you were in.
“Hmm, yeah sorry, I’m just tired I guess.” You rubbed your eyes and stepped out of the car and up to the door as your mom unlocked it.
“Oh, where’d you get that book?” Your mom set her stuff on the table in the entry was as you walked past her.
“Sam.” You continued up the stairs without a second glance. Your mother called after you but you pretended not to hear her. You walked silently into your room and shut your door with a silent sigh.
As you pulled your scarf and jacket off, you walked over to the window. The window was cold as you touch your fingertips to the glass, but
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"Jamie, do we have to go today? It's absolutely freezing," you whine, your cheeks already flushed from the cold.
"Aw, come on, [y/n]! It's not that bad out!" The brunette boy tugs on your hand again, pulling you after him, each of you carrying skates in your other hands. You sigh, and he laughs, knowing you aren't going to disappoint him. Soon enough you arrive at the frozen-over pond, and the both of you sit down on a snow-covered fallen log to put on your skates. Jamie has his on within a minute, while you fumble, still struggling to lace yours. Without saying a word, your excessively tall younger friend kneels down and laces them for you, then stands and takes your hand, pulling you up.
"Silly girl, that wasn't so hard!" He jokes, lightly punching your shoulder as he steps onto the ice.
"Don't disrespect your elders, punk," you growl back, feigning annoyance. You're actually pretty happy to be here with your best f
Jack Frost x Reader: Fairy Tale part 6-----Time skip------Jack Frost x Reader: Fairy Tale part 62 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
You woke up to a silent house, dark rooms all around you. You rubbed your eyes as you checked the screen on your phone, it was only about 3 o’clock, but the sun seemed to be going down earlier every night so it being dark wasn’t weird.
Where’s Jack… Shouldn’t he be back by now?
You shrugged at the thought as you pushed your (h/l) back from your eyes. You got up and went into the kitchen, wanting something to eat. After you ate, you walked over to the window in the front room and placed your hand on the glass. It was cool to the touch, almost freezing.
You were staring out the window when a back shape sprinted past, seeming to fall apart below your window.
“What the?” You ran to the door and opened it and stepped outside, locking it behind you was a habit so you did.
You walked over to the window and saw a fine black dust covering the ground. Kneeling, you ran your hand through it, softly, marveling at its softness.
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And yet, warm.
You’re woken up by this exceptional sensation sprawling across your forehead. Jack is standing above you, his left hand on your head as he checks your temperature.
“What’s the story, morning glory?” he says, smiling. He lifts his hand from your brow. “You’re warm.”
Feeling much better—though still not 100%—you shoot him a “no duh, I’m going to feel warm to you” look. He laughs in response. “You look a lot better. Here, I made you this. Drink up.”
In his oven mitt-ed right hand he holds a mug of (your favorite hot drink).
Your comforter draped around your shoulders, you sit up and take the piping hot beverage from him, wrapping your hands around it. He goes and sits down in the middle of the room, looking around and occasionally back to you as you sip away. The only sounds are that of the fire popping and sputtering in the fireplace.
You notice that your book is closed and sit
Jack FrostxReader: Winter Kiss You never really liked visiting your grandparents' cabin in the mountains. It was dusty, creaky, and always smelled of cheap vanilla air freshener mixed with a stuffy, moldy scent. However, you loved your grandparents, so you agreed to go visit them with your parents.Jack FrostxReader: Winter Kiss2 years ago in Romance More Like This
Yet, the fact that you loved Grandma's potato soup, and Grandpa's campfire stories wasn't the only reason you came. Up in the mountains, snow continued to fall even in late spring. The area where you lived very rarely got snow, and you enjoyed the beauty of a light blanket of white covering the roof of the cabin and forest ground.
So there you sat, by the windowsill in the spare bedroom, looking out into a wonderful world of white, the faint sound of a joyful conversation coming from your open door. The snow had just stopped falling, and the sun was peeking out from the clouds, inviting you to come outside. A small smile spread across your face as you drew away f
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Old Man Winter. Jokul Frosti. Father Frost. Spirit of Winter.
Jack Frost is standing before you. The spirit of myth upon myth is in your living room, staring happily at you, arms crossed.
He’s not just a myth after all, you think to yourself. There’s no way this is a hallucination. No amount of rubbing your eyes and blinking can make this go away. You pinch yourself. This is real. You begin to feel lightheaded and slink down to the floor, sitting Indian-style and staring at the carpet.
The fantasy from your books that you always get lost in has finally come to be a reality. You’re in your own fiction story, now.
It’s not nearly how you had expected it to be. In fact, you never expected your wishes for a fantasy-filled adventure of your own to be fulfilled. You’d imagined it, but always knew that it was impossible and would never happen.
And yet, fantasy embodied was standing a few feet from you.
“You said,” you choke o
Everlasting Snow: Chapter 12Everlasting Snow: Chapter 122 years ago in Romance More Like This
You slowly open your eyes.
Your bed is so comfortable. You snuggle with your blankets.
Wait, how did you end up in your bed?
Great, you think, your nose running. I’m sick.
You remember your day out with a certain winter spirit.
A day that you spent out in cold snow completely barefooted.
You wiggle your toes under your blankets.
Good, they’re still there and feeling normal.
Sneezing again, you swing your legs out from under the blankets and over the side of the bed, taking a seating position. You look down at your feet, blaming them for your less-than-healthy state.
You don’t remember putting socks on.
After your brief moment of confusion, something seems to click.
You recall falling asleep on the flight home. He’s the one who probably stuck you in bed and put socks on your feet. You smile slightly at the kind act.
Hold on. Then where are…?
As if directed by some unseen force, you look over to your dresser.
Jack FrostxReader: My FairytailJack FrostxReader: My Fairytail2 years ago in Romance More Like This
You awoke Easter morning to find a small blizzard occurring outside your window, the pale white light spilling into your room.
"The Easter Bunny sure won't be happy with you, Jack Frost," You laugh to yourself.
You were the type of girl that lived in her own little fictional world consisting of books, movies, and realms you invented in your head. Often you would drift off when someone was talking to you, and you had been labeled "flighty and unfocused" by many around you. You didn't mind though, because reality wasn't exactly your favorite place to be, and you weren't going to change for anyone.
You yawned and got out of bed, pondering the subject of mythical creatures like the Easter Bunny and Jack Frost. You had been told stories about them as a child, but as you got older the people around you mocked you for still believing. As time passed, you didn't believe as passionately, but the thought that there was a slim chance that they could exist kept you going. After all, everyone
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
Jack Frost x Reader: Fairy Tale part 3You stared at him in disbelief, no way was that possible. But you have read a book about him, and he looked suspiciously like the description from the book.Jack Frost x Reader: Fairy Tale part 32 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Oh, well, he did save my life, so maybe I’ll give him a pinch of trust…
“Come on, I’ll tell you about me on the way back to the street. It’s this way.” He was already walking away from you as you scrambled to get up. You almost tripped again but caught yourself when you noticed he was trying to hide his laughter.
“Shut up…” Your face was warming up as you felt a dark blush creep its way across your cheeks.
“Klutz, now keep up, I’m only going to tell a story once.” He turned around as you started jogging to him, and once you reached him, you slowed to his pace.
“Okay, so you know all the legends? Santa, the Tooth Fairy, the Sandman, and the Easter Bunny, more of a kangaroo I’d say but never mind that.” You nodded to his question, your