Jack FrostXReader: We Meet Again
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 FrostXReader: Dr.FrostJack FrostXReader: Dr.Frost3 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
Jack FrostXReader: Jack's PastJack FrostXReader: Jack's Past3 years ago in Romance More Like This
(This story takes place before Jack fell in to the lake, before he became Jack Frost.)
The winter air outside was cold and crisp, not making your job any easier. Your mother had asked you to feed the chickens this morning- or at least the chickens that were left. The harsh winter had taken many of their lives and the eggs that fed your family with them. Three little clucking chickens that were huddled in their pen came close as you spread out the feed out in front of them. They pecked at it quickly while you looked around.
It was a quiet little village with dirt paths covered in horseshoe prints and log houses. A few people were out doing their morning chores like you, some waving as they passed by. There were small white patches of snow from the storm that had taken the lives of many farm animals around town. This winter had been one of the harshest for all that lived there, along with your family. However, the town was nice and peaceful, and everyone helped out one another. Not
Jack FrostxReader: My FairytailJack FrostxReader: My Fairytail3 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 FrostXReader~Part FiveJack FrostXReader~Part Five3 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
Jack FrostXReader~Part FourJack FrostXReader~Part Four3 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
My Secret Guardian (Jack Frost X Reader)December 5th, BurgessMy Secret Guardian (Jack Frost X Reader)3 years ago in Romance More Like This
You peeked from under your arms and looked at the boy sitting on the floor of your room. Your eyes followed the tennis ball he had been playing with for a while, watching it hit the floor and the wall before landing on Jamie's hand, the cycle repeating itself over and over with a steady rhythm. Your head hit the desk softly after a minute of silence, "Nope. You?"
The bouncing noise stopped, the muffled 'thump' of someone landing on your bed reaching you short afterwards "I think I'm actually going with Sophie's idea…"
You looked up at your cousin, leaning back on your chair and stretching your back (how long have you been sitting there?) "Really?"
"Yeah" He laughed a little and shrugged as much as he could while lying down "Why not? I think he'll like it."
You tried picturing the Easter Bunny wearing one of Sophie's designs –which were resting on a pile on the desk– and only managed to get yourself laughing "Yeah, he probably will." In a swi
Jack FrostXReader~Part ThreeJack FrostXReader~Part Three3 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
Frosted Kiss (Jack Frost X Reader)Winter.Frosted Kiss (Jack Frost X Reader)3 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 OneJack FrostXReader~Part One3 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!
Jack Frost x Reader - Winter KissBefore you read this, close your eyes and pretend you are on holiday in a place where it snows, it can be anywhere you like. Now think you are in a warm bed sleeping peacefully. Now open your eyes and begin to read.Jack Frost x Reader - Winter Kiss3 years ago in Romance More Like This
Winter Kiss – Jack Frost x Reader
You were as sung as a bug in your bed, all curled up in a heap of blankets and sleeping peacefully until your precious slumber was interrupted by someone jumping on you and you bed. “ get up!” you groan, it’s your brother, “get off” you moan and pull the covers over your head. He shakes you and shouts again, this time you were going to make sure he would leave. You sit up in bed and shove him off you, to the floor, he looks up at you in horror, “hey what was that for?” he asks. “That” you say “is for waking me up!” He gets up and pushes you, “I was waking you up so you could see the snow.” “it snowed?” you ask, “
Jack FrostXReader~Part TwoJack FrostXReader~Part Two3 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
Snowflakes and StarsJack FrostXReaderSnowflakes and Stars3 years ago in Romance More Like This
"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'
I'll Always Be Here-Jack Frost X ReaderI'll Always Be Here-Jack Frost X Reader3 years ago in Profiles More Like This
I'll Always Be Here
Jack Frost X Reader One-Shot
A.N.: You are about 16 in this but the rest you choose. (e/c)=Eye color, (h/c)=Hair Color, (h/l)=Hair length, (color) is self explanatory, pretty much the color of a blanket or jacket or something along those lines, (___)=your name. Enjoy!!
Tick. Tock. Tick. Tock.
That was all you heard as you laid in bed, staring at your ceiling. Your (e/c) orbs looked blankly up, no clue why you were. Your (h/l),(h/c) hair was sprawled across your pillow and your body rested on your (color) blanket with your arms and legs crossed. Outside of the thoughts whirling in your head you could faintly hear the sound of your parents yelling. They had been fighting like this every night for the past three weeks and you tried your best to ignore them. It was harder than you had hoped.
You blinked, coming back to what you wished wasn't the real world, and turned your head to look at your clock. 9:45 p.m. Sighing, you looked back up, wonde
Melting Memories (Jack Frost X Reader) Chapter 1Melting Memories (Jack Frost X Reader) Chapter 13 years ago in Romance More Like This
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
The Ideal Gift - Jack Frost x ReaderIt was Christmas Eve, and you were spending the night locked in your bedroom with the lamp on beside you while drawing small sketches in your binder. You ended up doodling snowflakes, each of them having a different design and size. Suddenly, a small knock interrupted your moment, but it wasn't coming from your bedroom door, but your window.The Ideal Gift - Jack Frost x Reader3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Leaning forward to see, there you saw a young boy with silver hair grinning at you. A grin automatically appeared on your face as you held up one finger, telling him to wait. You quickly placed your pencil and binder on the desk beside your bed then quietly opened the window.
"Hi there, Jack." You said as the cold air from outside came rushing in, making you slightly shiver. Jack Frost greeted back as he flew into your room, and landed on your bed with a soft thud then placed his staff on your bed.
A rush of joy filled your heart as your stomach started to tickle, you weren't expecting your friend, Jack Frost, to make an appearance today. You could
Jack Overland: Chapter OneJack Overland: Chapter One3 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.
Don't Let Me GoJack Frost X ReaderDon't Let Me Go3 years ago in Romance More Like This
"Jack, wake up! It's starting!"
Lying down on the snowy ground, the winter spirit lazily obeyed the all-too familiar voice by opening his eyes, only to meet with a stunning sight.
To start off, Jack never really cared for the night sky. He doesn't care about the stars, the cosmos, the numerous galaxies and the vast universe. What mattered to him was his snow days, the other Guardians (yes, even Easter Kangaroo), his friends, his past and Man in the Moon. He didn't pay much attention to anything else. Those were his only priorities for the last 300 years.
But then he saw this spectacular view.
A meteor shower.
Normally, he wouldn't care for this either. He thought in the past that those were just falling stars and nothing more. He was used to the sight of it, even if it rarely happened.
But this time, it felt... different.
Now that he was actually paying attention, the meteor shower looked amazing. Nothing else could come to compare (except for snow, of course). He w
Jack FrostXReader 2 Lovely NightmareJack FrostXReader 2 Lovely Nightmare3 years ago in Romance More Like This
If you haven't already: Start Here
"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
Frozen tears (A Jack Frost x Reader One-shot)Frozen tears (A Jack Frost x Reader One-shot)3 years ago in Romance More Like This
It was Christmas eve, the busiest day in the pole. Yeti's were scurrying round, making sure everything was ready to go so North could leave in order to deliver the presents.
The elves, well they were just being elves.
And you, well you were in the midst of it all, trying to avoid the giant Yeti's from stampeding over you.
And most importantly, trying to avoid Jack.
You and Jack had been friends for a while, after a cold, hard snowball had smacked you right in the face.
It was a harsh meeting. But he was more shocked you could see him than the foul language pouring out of your mouth. You were a teenager; No teenager had believed for centuries.
But you were an exception.
You had grown up with the legends, So it wasn't really that unnatural.
But to the guardians, it was a big thing.
Jack took you to meet them, after North's insistence. He told you that he felt "In his belly" that a teenager, somewhere, believed. Tooth just wanted to check out your teeth, stating they were pearly white, Bu
Melting Memories (Jack Frost X Reader) Chapter 2Melting Memories (Jack Frost X Reader) Chapter 23 years ago in Romance More Like This
Hey Guys!! *Tips Hat*
So as you know this is my collab with Juliamon :3
This is chapter two in a series of Jack Frost X Reader one-shots
During – Caraluna
The stairs you were sitting on were cold. You had been waiting for Jack for half an hour now; thank God it wasn't snowing. Maybe he thought that was the least he could do for leaving you there.... Waiting for that surprise he said he had for you.
Your eyes had examined every bit of the street; you were sitting at the public library, that morning after having a snowball fight with Jamie, Jack and Sophie. He pulled you aside from the group and asked you to meet him there at 6:15.
It was now 7:00 and you could describe your whole surroundings with your eyes closed. The library was on the left side of the street if you came from the north going south. In the middle of the street there was a garden, it was full of trees and plants and it went on the whole street lon
Not Just A Myth - Jack Frost x Reader Chapter 1Not Just A Myth - Jack Frost x Reader Chapter 13 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
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]3 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
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!"Like Crazy: Jack FrostxReader3 years ago in Romance More Like This
"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
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 Kiss3 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