ChinaxSelkie!ReaderChinaxSelkie!ReaderChinaxSelkie!Reader2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Selkies, creatures said to be beautiful women and men who take the form of a seal while out to sea.
In the past, their kind had been safe. People where wary of what they killed, making sure not to anger spirits that might control their fate. But little by little, as humanity progressed, the killings changed. No longer for survival, animals were killed for sport, their skins hung on walls. Entire species vanished, becoming no more than stories.
Among these creatures were the few mythical races left. Fairies fled for the forest, turning themselves into flowers and insects. Elves transformed into towering oaks and slender dogwoods. The creatures in the sea weren't so fortunate.
Those who could survive in the deep darkness, those who could withstand the immense pressure swam to the depths of the ocean, a place where humans could never follow. Selkies were among the ones who couldn't travel that far down. They stayed
China x ReaderChina x Reader2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
You hung out with Alfred at M*Ronalds, eating, talking and laughing. Recently you had been hanging out with him a lot, only because you wanted to hide your feelings from another nation. Yao, or otherwise known as China.
The reason you did hide your feelings was because you thought for sure that he had no interest in you. And of course you were a little bit afraid of rejection. So you avoided him simply, not even making eye contact with him.
What you didn't know was that Yao did love you. He had actually fallen in love with you the first time he saw you. But seeing how he saw you with Alfred all the time, made him a bit jealous. He thought the both of you were together now.
Yao then planned to invite you over, and there he would tell you his true feelings. Whether you were in a relationship or not. Or whether you liked him or not. Though he himself felt a bit nervous, but he did have experience with women, so he was not sure why he was nervous in the first place.
CanadaxReaderFast forward: Part oneCanadaxReaderCanadaxReaderFast forward: Part one2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Fast forward: Part one
You glared at the text book in front of you, rubbing your tired eyes. Why was learning history so hard sometimes? It was like the authors wanted you to die of boredom before you got past the first chapter. And of course, the subject you had picked was the worst of any type of history.
Revolutions. Sure they were necessary in some ways, but seriously, there was only so much one person could read before they found themselves drooling on the book, fast asleep.
You rubbed your eyes again as the words blurred on the page. Glancing at your watch you cursed. Five minutes until the public library closed. Getting up, you stretched and sighed. Putting the books back, you walked past the head librarian and outside.
A cold wind whipped through the air, messing your hair and making your shiver. Why was is so windy on a spring day? You blinked and stopped in your tracks, turning in a slow circle.
There was no one on the stre