Twilight's Love Chapter FourFirst FightTwilight's Love Chapter Four2 years ago in Romance More Like This
Twilight was visiting Flash in the Crystal Empire. They were at his home, sitting on his couch. Flash had one wing draped around her as they snuggled.
"This is always sooo worth the wait." Twilight sighed.
"So true." Flash agreed. "If only you didn't have all that princess work to do. Being forced to read all those dusty old books..."
"I happen to like those 'dusty old books' actually." Twilight declared.
"I know." Flash nodded. "But maybe if you eased up on them a little-"
"I can't ease up on them." Twilight said hotly, moving out of Flash's embrace. "If I'm ever going to be half the princess Celestia is, I need to learn all I can!"
"Hey, easy." Flash said hastily. "I was just saying, less reading would free up your time to see me more often. I've got to be more interesting then sitting at a desk all day, reading some musty book on 'proper etiquette' and 'royal speeches'."
"At least books don't talk back." Twilight snapped. "And they don't belittle my goals."
Twilight's Love Chapter NineDecent ProposalTwilight's Love Chapter Nine2 years ago in Romance More Like This
It was Hearth's Warming Eve. A flurry of snow fell over Ponyville, painting the ground and buildings a brilliant white. Pinkie Pie was throwing her annual Hearth's Warming Eve party in her room above Sugar Cube Corner. Inside, the mane six, Spike and Flash were partying. There was dancing, good food, and party games. Everypony was having fun. Rarity had even deigned to give Spike a kiss on the cheek while they were under the mistletoe. The baby dragon fell into a catatonic state immediately afterwards, paralysed with joy.
Twilight and Flash were dancing together, although Flash was a tad halfhearted in his movements. Twilight had noticed he seemed preoccupied of late.
"Flash, is everything okay?" She asked.
"Of course." Flash smiled. "How could anything not be okay, when I've got a marefriend like you?"
The answer briefly mollified Twilight, though she was getting the sense that Flash was waiting for something. He kept glancing over to the pack he had brou
Twilight's Love Chapter OneFirst DateTwilight's Love Chapter One2 years ago in Romance More Like This
Twilight was riding the express train home to Ponyville. At the moment, she was so giddy she could barely sit still. She had just been on her very first date with a stallion.
A few hours before...
Twilight and Flash Sentry, after muddling through their confessions of being attracted to each other, had decided to go to lunch together. They had travelled to a small diner, not far from the Crystal castle. Once they had ordered their food and sat down to eat it, Twilight became aware that some of the other patrons were staring at them. Clearly, they considered a princess having lunch with a guard to be a matter of extreme interest. Having so many eyes on her made Twilight feel self-conscious.
"Maybe we should have gone somewhere a little more... private." She cringed.
"Hey, relax." Flash smiled, gently placing his hoof on hers. "Let's not worry about them. Let's just focus on each other. What do you say?"
As she looked into Flash's kind eyes, Twilight found it incr
Twilight's Love Chapter TenAn Unexpected VisitorTwilight's Love Chapter Ten2 years ago in Romance More Like This
Slowly but surely, word of Twilight and Flash's engagement spread across Equestria. Every newspaper in the land had presented the news for all to see. Over the following weeks, Twilight had received hundreds of congratulatory letters. She was pleasantly surprised, having had no idea how much the ponies had liked her.
Even Princess Celestia had taken time out of her busy schedule to extend her well-wishes.
"Congratulations, my dear Twilight." She smiled. "You can expect myself and Luna at the wedding."
"But you don't even know when the wedding is." Twilight pointed out. "And you're so busy..."
"Not so busy I'd miss the wedding of my best student." Celestia smiled. "We'll be there. Trust me."
"Thank you." Twilight beamed, nuzzling her teacher. "It really means a lot to me that you and Luna will be there."
"You are welcome, my darling student." Celestia chuckled.
A few days later, Twilight was at Flash's cottage, enjoying a quiet afternoon with her fiancé. Sud
Twilight's Love Chapter ThreeMeet The ParentsTwilight's Love Chapter Three2 years ago in Romance More Like This
We can't believe you didn't tell us you have a coltfriend, and worse, that we had to read about it in the Canterlot Times. Why didn't you tell us? Your father and I always hoped this day would come. What say you and this "Flash Sentry" join us for dinner sometime? In fact, let's have Mr. Sentry invite his parents too, so we can all get to know each other.
Please write back soon, darling.
Twilight groaned as she finished reading the letter. She had intended to tell her parents about Flash, but only when she felt the time was right. Unfortunately, during Flash's visit to Ponyville, a photographer had taken a picture of them having lunch at the local restaurant. The next thing Twilight knew, that picture was on the front page of every major newspaper in Equestria, joined by such headlines as "The Princess and the Guard!", and "Newest Princess Finds Love!" It was mortifying, to say the least, having her first relationship broadcast t
Twilight's Love Chapter ElevenThe WeddingTwilight's Love Chapter Eleven2 years ago in Romance More Like This
Twilight and Flash's engagement ending up lasting well over six months. This was mostly due to Twilight's compulsive need for organisation. She had made sure every aspect of the wedding was planned out to the smallest detail. Both she and Flash agreed that it was going to be held in the Crystal Empire, where they had first met. Then came the matter of security. Knowing what had happened at the last royal wedding, Twilight had insisted that the occasion be well-guarded, putting in a request to Shining and Cadance to have as many guardsponies keeping watch as possible, just in case the Changelings (or some some other unsavoury characters) should try something.
"Is all this really necessary?" Flash asked, as he and Twilight looked over things.
"Necessary?" Twilight repeated. "Didn't you see what the Changelings did to Canterlot?"
"Not really." Flash shrugged. "I was visiting relatives in Manehatten at the time."
"Oh." Twilight said dully. "Well, it was bad. Really bad.
Engagement - Drarry OneshotHe spotted him in the corridor, it wasn't hard, he was briskly walking towards their next class. The other students had long since gone by now. "Potter." He nodded curtly.Engagement - Drarry Oneshot3 years ago in Romance More Like This
"Malfoy." He said, nervously.
Draco frowned in confusion. "Why so distressed?"
"Oh, no reason." Harry quickly looked down at the floor.
Raising an eyebrow, "Really."
Blushing slightly, "yeah, sure. Forget it, it's nothing. We better get to class" Harry began walking again.
"No, Potter. I don't get it. You're suddenly excited about getting in time for History of Magic? What is wrong with you?"
"You know me, always punctual." He laughed slightly.
Draco snorted with laughter. "That is so not true."
Smiling slightly, "Oh you don't believe me?"
Draco shook his head. "I really don't." He sat down at the nearest windowsill and gazed out upon the green. "Well, you can go to class if you want, but I won't."
Harry's brow creases, "Is everything..alright?" He sits down next to Draco. "You can tell me."
Shaking his head, "No, I'
A Flash of RomancePrincess Twilight Sparkle was on her way to the Crystal Empire's castle. Princess Cadance had requested that she perform translations for some books the Empire's ponies had recently discovered. They were written in ancient Mareabic, a language that few ponies even knew existed, let alone could understand. Twilight was one of the few who fulfilled both requirements. Knowing this, Cadance had sent her a letter, and Twilight, not wanting to let her sister-in-law and former foalsitter down, had agreed to help.A Flash of Romance2 years ago in Romance More Like This
Alas, due to circumstances beyond her control, Twilight was making the journey alone. All her friends were busy with important work of their own; Rarity had a large dress order to fill, Rainbow Dash had important weather work to catch up on, Applejack had extensive apple bucking to do, Pinkie Pie was planning a party for Pound and Pumpkin Cake's first birthday, and Fluttershy was tending to a sick bear. Spike had wanted to come, but Twilight had insisted that he stay behind and look
For The FansFor The FansFor The Fans2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Of all the horrible things that Lightning had anticipated in the aftermath of the Cocoon’s fall, the fangirls would not have cracked the top ten. But they should have. In fact, after seeing them in action, she was convinced they should be number one. Yes, even above the food riots and lack of proper toilets.
One fangirl wasn’t much of problem. Actually, it was kind of flattering to have someone gush over all the awesome things she’d done (and if Lightning was honest with herself, she was pretty awesome, not that she was the sort of person to toot her own horn). After years of slaving away in the Guardian Corps, it was nice to be acknowledged. But once the fangirls started forming groups (Vanille preferred to call them packs)… that was when things started to get ugly.
Much like a pride of lions stirred into a frenzy of berserk bloodlust by a wounded gazelle, the adoration of one fangirl amplified the adoration of all the other fangirls. Polit
Ordinary Heroes: Chapter 14There’s No Night Like Friday NightOrdinary Heroes: Chapter 142 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
The bartender knew trouble when he saw it, and the young woman in front of him had trouble written all over her. She had long pink hair and the coldest green eyes he’d ever seen. She had a regal look about her too despite the jeans and the leather jacket. It was the way she held herself. Most girls with a face and figure like her liked to show off, but not her. She’d spent the whole night at the bar, calm and quiet, nursing a glass of cola.
He’d seen her type a few times before. She was the kind of lady – and something about her screamed lady, never mind how young she was – that all the boys and girls liked to chase but none of them ever caught. Quite a few had tried already, but he hadn’t seen even a glimmer of interest in those steely eyes.
This one was trouble, all right, trouble with a capital ‘T’.
X X X
Averia took another sip of her cola then sighed. She’d have to order a
Storms in the night - Ian Hecox/Reader(you)As the small creaks echo through her frightened mind, all she can think is to walk to the light emanating from the bottom of Ian's room.Storms in the night - Ian Hecox/Reader(you)3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
The loud noises of thunder and bright flashes of lightning had woken her up, and only after she figured out the cause of the terrifying noises had she decided to go see if Ian was awake.
As a loud crack shudders through the small house, she finds herself jump, and scurry to the door.
Only peeking her head into the sorely lit room, seeing her boyfriend, Ian Hecox, awake, editing, humming a soft tune, barely even noticing the thunder outside, and definitely not noticing the small girl creeping past his doorframe and into his dark room,
only light from the computer screen breaks through the darkness of night.
"I-Ian?" Her small voice is the only noise heard besides the rumbling and cracks from outside, and the small clicking and slides from the computer.
Ian jumps in his chair a little as her presence startled him
"(y/n)! You scared me" his simple voice
Yugioh Blood Bullet Chapter 1Blood Bullet Chapter 1 (I DO NOT OWN YUGIOH)Yugioh Blood Bullet Chapter 12 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Yugi sat there horrified, why did these things always half to happen to him. He could hear the whispers around him and the horrid stench of too many sweaty bodies cramped together into one room. Someone banged against the metal bars of the cage he had been placed in, but Yugi had steeled himself against all their antics to try and get a rise out of him. He shifted, his shoulders hurt painfully from the strain of holding his weight off the ground began to take its toll. He imagined they were in an old warehouse or manufacturing house because of the smells of old grease and oil that added to the stench of sweat, and the fact that his chained hands were being held up by a large crane hook. He could barely make out the faint traces of lights through the blind fold over his eyes.
“Next up, we have a young man, don’t let his looks fool you folks he is twenty-three, he’s small for his age and childish looking but he has a feisty s
Drabble 1: We're Connected (TonyxReader + Harley)Drabble 1: We're Connected (TonyxReader + Harley)2 years ago in Humor More Like This
Tony sighs wearily as he retreats from the living room, running an exhausted hand through his hair. You glance at him over your shoulder before turning your attention back to preparing lunch.
“Any luck?” you inquire as you place the cheese atop the bread already toasting in the pan.
You weren’t exactly sure what would please him the most, but you were fairly certain grilled cheese would be a safe bet. Tony sighs yet again as he moves to lean on the counter beside you, swiping up a piece of cheese. You give a halfhearted frown, opting not to say anything with him in such a haggard shape.
“Not a word. I can’t get the kid to say a single word.”
You smirk as you take the bread from the pan, giving Tony a slight smirk.
“I thought you said he liked you. Or were you using that term loosely?”
You’d been hoping to lighten the mood, but Tony is genuinely upset by Harley’s lack of desire to make conversation. It’d had been a couple
Twilight's Love Chapter TwoSurprise VisitTwilight's Love Chapter Two2 years ago in Romance More Like This
It was a beautiful morning in Ponyville. Twilight was busy reshelving library books when she heard a knock on the door.
"Just a second!" She called, returning the last of the books to their proper place.
Twilight trotted over to the door, opening it with her magic. To her surprise, Flash was on the other side, bereft of his armor.
"Flash?" Twilight gasped.
"Surprise!" Flash smiled. "Happy to see me?"
"Of course." Twilight smiled back. "But how-?"
"Princess Cadance gave me the day off, so I figured I'd come and see the place where you hang your horseshoes." Flash smiled. "Wow, you sure have a lot of books."
"I should." Twilight chuckled. "It's a library."
"A princess and a librarian, all rolled into one." Flash whistled. "I sure can pick 'em, huh?"
"Hey, Twilight, who's at the door?" Spike called, stopping as he saw Flash. "Oh. Hello."
"Hey, there." Flash smiled. "You must be Spike. Twilight's told me a lot about you. I hope she's told you a lot about me."
A sly sm
Alone No More (11th Doctor x Daughter!Reader) Ch.3Alone No More (11th Doctor x Daughter!Reader) Ch.32 years ago in Drama More Like This
Chapter 3: Two Peas in a Pod (Con't)
Dinner had been interesting to say the least. The king and queen had been surprisingly down to earth and made for delightful conservationist. It actually made you feel bad that everything out of your mouth was practically a lie. You could only wonder if half the things the Doctor rambled on about were true or not. For some of his excursions you could only hope it was the latter.
With a tired sigh you run your hands down the front of your silken gown. The queen had been kind enough to loan you some of her clothes, eagerly so. As much as she as she loved her son she’d always longed for a daughter. It hurts both your hearts as you had heard her speak on and on as to what she and her daughter would’ve done.
What they probably had done together. With every wistful word, your resolved was strengthened and you’d silently vowed to help the Doctor find her daughter. No mother deserved to have her child taken from her, whether she remembered
Woman of SteelNote: This is set in what could be called an AU of Superhero. If you’ve watched the new Man of Steel movie, you’ll see where this is from. People who have watched the movie will recognise that some of the dialogue has been taken from there.Woman of Steel2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
X X X
Woman of Steel
Fang couldn’t remember the last time she’d tasted her own blood. But right now, she was tasting plenty of it. Her opponent hit harder than anything Fang could imagine. Her whole life, she’d thought was alone in the universe – the last of her race. But now there were others, and those others were bent on destroying her new home.
She refused to let that happen.
With a groan, Fang pulled herself out of the crater she’d made in the floor of the restaurant. At least the customers had been smart enough to run. It was hard enough trying to fight without worrying about all the innocent bystanders.
The far wall exploded in a shower of dust and mangled concrete. Her opponent stepped
Twilight's Love Chapter EightFirst AnniversaryTwilight's Love Chapter Eight2 years ago in Romance More Like This
Twilight and Flash's relationship continued apace. Their new-found proximity caused their love to flourish even more, as they spent as much time together as they could. Of course, Flash now being Twilight's official guardspony meant that he would accompany her on her royal duties. Having him by her side helped Twilight through any moments of anxiety over her work. Of course, they kept their relationship "professional" during official meetings, or royal appearances; It would not do for a princess and her guard to be all lovey-dovey while dealing attending to such matters. Once those matters were dealt with, however, they held no such compunctions, dealing out as much affection to one another as was possible.
The days and weeks seemed to fly by in a haze of contentment. Before they knew it, their relationship was nearing the one year mark.
Twilight strolled from the library to Flash's cottage, tapping on the door. The door opened seconds later, revealing Flash's
Twilight's Love Chapter TwelveOne last SurpriseTwilight's Love Chapter Twelve2 years ago in Romance More Like This
After a nice quiet stay at the Haywaiian islands, where they relaxed at the beach during the day, and cuddled in their hotel room at night, Twilight and Flash returned to Ponyville as husband and wife. Flash had all his belongings moved out of his cottage and into the library. The couple led a happy life, just them and Spike, living together.
Ten months after the wedding, Twilight started getting stomach pains and nausea. She booked an appointment with her physician, Dr. Stable, to get to the root of the problem. What Dr. Stable discovered gave Twilight the shock of her life. The young princess wandered home in a daze. As she opened the door, she found Flash stood nearby, eager to learn the severity of her condition.
"So, what'd the doctor say?" He asked. "Is it anything serious?"
"You could say that." Twilight nodded, her face impassive.
"What's going on, Twilight?" Flash asked worriedly.
"You might want to sit down for this, Flash." Twilight suggested.
Short DrarryI do not own Hogwarts, Harry Potter or Draco Malfoy, I just like to play with them sometimes. They belong to J. K. Rowling.Short Drarry7 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Malfoy? Just go, Im in no mood.
Harry Potter was sitting by the lake at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. He was sitting there crying and had been for some time now.
That Mudb--friend of yours, Granger, is looking for you.
This wasnt entirely true, but Draco had seen Harry leave the castle earlier with his head hung. Draco knew that harry wanted to be alone now, but it was too good of a chance to pass up. It was the first time for quite a while that Draco had seen him without those friends that always hung around him. The poor one and that mudblood.
He corrected himself mid-thought. Draco was trying to be nicer about Harrys friends, now that he was acting on his long time crush. Yes, the Slytherin Prince has had a crush on the Gryffindor Golden boy since their 4th year, three years
Twilight's Love Chapter SevenTwilight's BirthdayTwilight's Love Chapter Seven2 years ago in Romance More Like This
Twilight was whiling away her time reading a book. Normally, she would consider this enough to take her mind off her worries, but not this time. She couldn't get her mind off of Flash. A long-distance relationship had seemed like a good idea at the beginning, but now, the time they spent apart tore Twilight up inside. It was getting so the longer they spent apart, the less Twilight was able to function properly. She knew something had to be done, but her birthday was coming up, with Flash having promised to visit. She resolved to talk to Flash about it then. But what exactly could they do? Twilight wouldn't be able to bring herself to leave Ponyville and her friends, but she couldn't ask Flash to leave his home and career just for her. Hopefully, they could figure something out together. Just the thought of them being together at her party was a great comfort.
Twilight smiled. Pinkie Pie, of course, would be organising the party. It was bound to cheer her up.
Slippery [ Sawamura Daichi x Reader ]Slippery [ Sawamura Daichi x Reader ]1 year ago in Romance More Like This
It was a particularly warm winter day and outside, and the snow was slowly melting. The sun was somewhat warm on your skin as you walked to your boyfriend's apartment, a bag of groceries in tow.
Winter wasn't particularly your favorite season, but you didn't hate it all that much either. It could be cold and inconveniently snowy, but winter made everything clean and quiet with it's frozen blanket. That alone was enough to garner your appreciation.
Walking up the stairs, you knocked on the door of his apartment and listened to the footsteps thudding on the other side. The door clicked open to reveal your dark haired boyfriend in sweats and a white long-sleeved shirt that was very befitting for his tapered and chiseled body.
"Hey, come on in," he greeted, making way for you to enter. "Is that everything?"
"Mm," you replied, taking off your shoes and handing him the groceries so you could peel off your jacket. "What are you making tonight?"
"Miso soup with mackerel. That ok
Alone No More (11th Doctor x Daughter!Reader) Ch.1Alone No More (11th Doctor x Daughter!Reader) Ch.12 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Chapter 1: The Big Bad Wolf
Tugging the hood of your sweatshirt tighter around your face, you continue tiredly down the street. Slipping your frozen hands—stinging at the wind’s constant biting—into your pockets, you turned the final corner before arriving to your flat complex. It was disappointing to arrive back home, yet again, with no further leads or progress, but it was an emotion you were all too accustomed to. After a climb of the stairs and a slight tussle with the key and the lock to the front door, you finally manage to enter the darkened flat. With a sigh you flick the lights on and shove the hood back as you slip out of your shoes. You lean back heavily against the front door with a sigh, gazing tiredly up at the ceiling. This makes 5 years and four months in counting. 5 years and four months of endless and resultless searching. You reach into your pocket to pull out his photo, the photo of your father. It wasn’t his face, not anymore, but the sentim
The Last Huntress (Preview)THE LAST HUNTRESSThe Last Huntress (Preview)2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Scarlett hid amongst the shadows in the tree’s upper branches as her eyes followed the young woman on the rough dirt road beneath her. Most young women kept well clear of lonely roads in the dead of night. Bandits were one danger, but these dark woods hid something worse: werewolves. Every village for miles around had heard the stories of merchant caravans wiped out, bands of hunters slain and the mangled corpses of bears and wolves left to rot along the road. So this girl was either very foolish, or she wanted to draw the werewolves out. Scarlett suspected it was the latter.
For almost an hour, Scarlett followed in the trees as the girl maintained a sure, steady pace. She carried a large cloth bundle on her back, but amongst all the clutter inside it, Scarlett could see the familiar outline of a bow. It was a good choice. Scarlett was tall for a woman, but the girl would only have come up to her shoulders, and her frame was slim and delicate – not