Bucky Barnes X Reader(Chapter 17) Ahead Of UsMore Like This
All you saw was darkness, all you heard was nothing. You were stuck in a place where you couldn’t escape from. You were too weak to push through. You just had enough strength to keep yourself going wherever you were. You were trapped in the pitch black.
“(Y/n) if you can hear me I need you to wake up, please for God’s sake wake up.” You heard Bucky say, from which felt like, a mile away. His words made you want to wake up, just to see him. Just to see your friends even if it was the last time. You just had to open your eyes. But you couldn’t.
“(Y/n) you need to open your eyes, not for me but for Bucky. I don’t know how long he can see you like this for. He’s already losing hope of you ever waking up. Please just wake up.” Steve pleaded. His voice was so faint but you knew it was him. All you wanted to do was wake up, them telling you wasn’t helping. You felt helpless and weak.
“Hey kid, look I’m not good at the dra
Bucky x Reader: Not So BadMore Like This
Bucky x Reader: Not So Bad
(F/n) sighed heavily as she raised an annoyed hand to brush her (h/c) hair from her face. It was almost 6 p.m. in the evening- quite early by most standards- but the young woman in question would have been able to retire for the night without so much as a guilty conscience. This wasn’t due to physical fatigue, but rather a dreaded weariness of the mind.
(F/n) wasn’t one who got depressed, or was easily subdued into dark spots of a personal nature, seeing as she was a naturally happy and energetic woman. But even her good track record hadn’t been able to keep the slump at bay. She had been down for the last week or so, and hadn’t been herself. There was no definite reason for this that (F/n) could figure, but the lack of knowledge didn’t stop the figurative plague from driving her off the wall.
Today, the first Monday of the new month, had been slow; no emergencies that called the Avengers