My Meister Levi (Soul Eater Crossover)The wind howled through the trees as we walked in silence through the forest. I shivered as the coolness finally settled on my bear arms. Levi glanced at me before shrugging off his brown jacket and shoving it over my shoulders.My Meister Levi (Soul Eater Crossover)8 months ago in Written Suggestions More Like This
"This is why I told you to come ready, idiot," he muttered, giving my forehead a flick. I pouted and pulled it closer, snuggling into its warmth. "I didn't say you needed to do this for me," I muttered back.
He smirked and ruffled my hair. "Don't worry about it brat. We'll get this done quickly, then I'll treat you to some [favourite food]."
"Really?!" I exclaimed. He nodded and turned to continue walking. His arms were now in the cool air, and I wondered if the cold didn't bother him.
We were on a mission to capture twin souls that had gone bad. They were terrorizing a nearby village during the evening, but disappearing by the time actual night came around. Their time was short, but they left destruction in their path.
Levi is my Meister. We're a year older th
Love Reemerged (Levi x Reader) ~Oneshot~She was back. She came back. After twenty long years of being without her, she was back. The woman I'd fallen in love with was back. I guess reincarnation is real. Everything is the same. Same name. Same voice. Same personality. Same hair. Same eyes.Love Reemerged (Levi x Reader) ~Oneshot~10 months ago in Written Suggestions More Like This
Nothing about her changed, except for one very important fact.
Her age. She is now eighteen years old, and I am thirty-eight. No matter how much I love her, we have exactly twenty years between us. How are we supposed to make this work? No matter how much I think about it, it doesn't seem right for me to make a move on her. Before it had been a measly four year difference. That's nothing. But twenty?
I sighed and leaned back in my chair. It's been one month since I got her back, and now I feel like I'm going crazy. After that first encounter we never even met once. I keep staring out my window, the work piling up on my desk, but I couldn't bring myself to care. I keep tracing the outlines of the "Wings of Freedom" badge I'd sewn onto my ja