Even Guardians Need A GuardianEven Guardians Need a GuardianEven Guardians Need A Guardian2 years ago in Romance More Like This
Chapter One: Too Much of a Good Thing
Jack Frost was perched atop of a street lamp which was across from the park. He was watching a group of kids who were playing in the snow he had created in the morning. Even though it was only four o'clock the sun had taken an early departure for the day and the moon proudly took it's place in the sky. Jack knew that the kids would be called back to the warmth of their respective homes so, he willed the wind to take him to a tree branch where he could get a better look at the group. Standing on tiptoe, Jack crept out to the edge of the branch and continued to watch the kids play. One by one kids started to get called in so Jack felt it was time for him to go but before he could even get a foot off the tree, something catches his eye. Leaning forward slightly, he could make out two figures playing with their friends. Curiosity got the better of him and he willed the wind once again to take him another stree
Crafty Girls Fanfic: Angle of Darkness: Part 1Clove smashed her fist into the sturdy bark and recoiled quickly as sharp pain shot through her arm and pinched her nerves. She huffed in frusteration. This had never happened before. Well, before she had fell from her tree house and crashed into a couple of apple trees before landing on her arm. Clove sighed in frusteration again and rubbed the soreness away. Why did she have to forget to use shift while she was working on another extension to her house? Why did she have to make her house in the tallest jungle tree she could grow? Oh yeah, to be safe from the mobs, that's why.Crafty Girls Fanfic: Angle of Darkness: Part 12 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
The faimiler chirping of her friendly rainbow patterened enderman drew closer as Skittlez teleported to her. "What is it this time Skittlez?" Clove asked. The colorful enderman chirped a bit more in response. Clove imedatily perked up and smiled. "That's a great idea! I'll go and call him now." Skittlez chirped satisfyingly to himself and picked up his block of cobble, and teleported away again.
Clove made a da
Charmant Cul RenjiXIchigo c.3 YAOICharmant Cul RenjiXIchigo c.3 YAOI3 years ago in Romance More Like This
Ichigo looked at the ceiling as the bandanna laid across his neck, the wind from the night sky drifted into his room, making the young adult shake involuntarily. The strawberry rolled his head over to the right, glancing at his window and then he jerked the bandanna off of his neck. It's been two whole days since he's received the cloth, and he takes it everywhere with him, just in case the moronic man would actually come looking for it.
'That's absurd.' Ichigo thought to himself, rolling over completely on his right side. He held the bandanna to his nose, but it was gently touching his rose petal lips, making him close his eyes. Why did he feel so bad?
"It's not like I killed my lover." He said aloud, but it sounded weird, as if he was lying to himself. He opened his eyes awkwardly. "I'm not like that. I'm straight, I like women. I like women " He repeated this, but the cloth never once left his lips, the smell of the pineapple circled around his words and choked them from Ichigo
Ice on the Rocks ch4 RussxLietIce on the Rocks ch4 RussxLiet4 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Ice on the Rocks
Chapter 4: Attack of the British Empire
The door flew open, making both of us jump and realize what we were doing. From the position I was in, I could only see the tall black boots coming through the door. But Ivan seem to know who it was He didn't seem too happy by being interrupted from our little scene we were having.
"Toris! Where are you?" That was a voice I have not heard in a long time.
"Ar-thur " Was the only thing I could say before Ivan shut my lips with a kiss. I tried to push away, ashamed that our new guest might see us, but gave up because it was impossible for me to move the Russian
"They just keep coming one by one" he said as he broke away. Yeah, he was definitely angry by now.
"Toris, you need to come back to Alfred " the British man said as he turned around the corner to the living room and seeing us, making both me and Arthur turn as red as the colors on his flags and making me hide in Ivan's arms, ashamed of the whole s
Death God RecruitmentDeath God Recruitment4 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
A cold and bitter wind blew through the streets of London. Not a single soul about the inner city could escape the icy breath of approaching winter. The seasons here changed swiftly, and no man even in a wool coat and cap could completely shield it.
Possibly the only being exempt from the chilling atmosphere was the man standing atop the newly built clock tower of Westminster. His long silver hair fluttered in the breeze and he brushed his bangs from his eyes; bright green, behind a pair of half-rim glasses. A long black coat, double breasted, covered most of his uniform. In his right hand he wielded a large scythe; it had an unusually long and matte blade and was decorated with a human skull wrapped in silver rose vines.
Immune to the whistling wind, he smiled a wide grin as he watched his target approaching. A tall well-built man hunched into his trench coat as he held up the collar to protect his ears from the sound. The man had dark hair and green eyes. Staggering with a slight lim
A Prisoner's Love APH prologuePrologue.A Prisoner's Love APH prologue5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Before my life had been nothing but a blur of meaningless activity. The same everyday lifestyle surrounded by the common people I've known and grown up with. School on regular days, a brief weekend, and school again; same boring repetition day in and day out. The smallest of rarities only lasted so long in a sleepy place like this. Like when the new girl Poland moved here; students made her arrival hot gossip that lasted two months before moving on to talking about the regular town legends. The only thing that was actually mildly entertaining anymore.
Even after I graduated high school and moved onto college I still couldn't escape the little town of St. Hetalia. Everyone stayed and got some form of extra schooling or another before coming into their family's business. No one ever left because there was nothing for them outside of this small world.