A Touch Of Frost 1 - Reader x Jack FrostIt was incredibly cold that winter. The light flutter of snow suddenly turned into a heavy blizzard that easily blinded you as soon as you stepped outside into the cold air. You felt the snow attack your cheeks as the wind ruffled your (insert hair colour) hair harshly, and you cursed yourself for telling your mother that you would get the shopping.A Touch Of Frost 1 - Reader x Jack Frost2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"Stupid good for nothing snow, why can't it snow when it's a school day like when I asked?" You asked aloud with a miserable voice as you swung your scarf over your shoulder. You just hated how you found yourself freezing cold outside on a Saturday afternoon.
"Hey!" A voice cried out loudly in an angry tone.
The snow stopped suddenly and you stopped dead in your tracks with a frown on your face. You could have sworn that you heard someone just then. But as you looked around, you noticed that you were alone. You sighed heavily as you carried on walking. It was probably just the wind, you thought, or probably someone yelling at somet
Jack X You part 1It's early in the morning and you're out for your morning jog. The cold wisp of air on your face cools you as you run. Your hair is up in a messy ponytail and bobs up and down. You have been running for a while now and you stop. Panting... "Good warm up..." You sigh.Jack X You part 12 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Something darts from your right. Curiosity gets the best of you. Mom and Dad won't know I wondered from the trail you think as you walk towards the movement. Walking through the thick poofy snow further into the woods. You turn around only to find you are hopelessly lost. Trail disappeared with the help of thick snowflakes. You sigh. Why? You look up at the setting moon. It was beautiful. Only a few days before a new moon only a sliver left. But there was enough light.
You begin to walk the way you came. Suddenly at the corner of your (eye c.) eyes, you see a bright blue in the snow. Maybe that's the way out. You run to the only color for miles. Just a lost sweatshirt. You tucked it under your ar