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“Yes, I know.”
Your voice couldn’t find purchase on the blank walls and reverberated through the empty streets. You were on the phone with your worrywart of a father. Despite the fact you had moved out over three months ago, he always found it was necessary to call you regularly just to make sure you weren’t dead.
But you were twenty-two years old; you were perfectly capable of handling yourself! You knew he meant well, but gods above, sometimes you just wanted the man to leave you be. Currently he’d been talking your ear off about getting home safe. You’d only just got off work and the sun had long since set. Your father, bless his soul, had known all too well of the unfriendly part of the neighbourhood you lived in.
“And make sure you have your pepper spray ready! Do you have your pepper spray? The one I sent you?”
“Yes dad, you sent me like fifty of them,” you replied exasperatedly.
“Good, good!” he praised.
Demon!Levi x Reader: Just Watching (AU)Nighttime. A time when the nightingales chirped instead of the morning lark, when the moon and stars shone in place of the sun, when all of entirety was shrouded by darkness rather than blessed with light.More Like This
The only time that he could spend by your side.
Every night, he took advantage of the only time during which the watchful eyes of the gods were dormant. Every night, he would effortlessly glide his way into your room, where you slept peacefully, unaware of his presence. What were locked doors, shut windows, or any type of physical barrier to a demon? Demons like him could do things such as evaporate into mist, teleport, fly, turn invisible, and many other things that humans could not even hope to imagine. Every night, from your bedside, he would watch you, your chest slowly rising and falling with each steady breath you took, your eyes closed with long eyelashes casting charming shadows over your porcelain cheeks, your full lips pursed in a faint smile. The dark night always made it
Riddle Me This (Norway x Reader)More Like This
.:Norway x Ravenclaw!Reader:.
Stepping out into the chilly air of the courtyard with a few friends, you shivered. The Scottish autumn had settled in nicely, and though you appreciated the scenery, the cold air tended to be a bit unforgiving.
"Oh! I forgot my scarf, you guys." You let your friends know, and they turned their heads back slightly to look at you. Arthur, a Slytherin, furrowed his thick brows at you before speaking.
"Again, (y/n)? You've got to remember that thing, you'll catch cold otherwise-" The Brit began, before he was cut off by the loud voice of your other friend, Alfred.
"That's okay, (y/n), I'll run up and get it for you!" The Gryffindor puffed out his chest, his own house colours displayed proudly on the scarf wrapped around his neck.
"You've got to solve a riddle to get in the tower, Alfie." He deflated a bit at that, and Arthur snickered. "Besides, I'll be fine! Go on ahead without me guys, I'll meet up with you at the Three Broo
Scotland X Reader X 2p!F.A.C.E - Anything?You loved your fiancé, Alistair, more than anything- including his oddball family. You had been with Alistair for years, and even helped him raise his youngest sibling Oliver. Oliver respected you like a second mother and a big sister, and he adored when you visit. You would always love to see him and his family, even if they were a handful at times.More Like This
Since Oliver owned the most successful bakery in town, he insisted on catering for yours and Alistair’s wedding. The Scotsman was...resistant, to visiting his younger sibling and his family- but you would pull him by his ear if you had to. Oliver’s child, Al, always adored when you visited- and even had a small crush on you that his family would always pick fun at him for it. Oliver’s partner’s son, Matthew, enjoyed when you visited too- even if he wasn’t that keen on Alistair tagging along.
When you pulled the car up the drive way of Oliver’s bright home, the front door opened and the cheerfu
America X Reader - Tell Me A LieJust a fair warning, this probably isn’t a sappy romance story you're looking for. Sure, it’s about a guy and girl, who have been through Heaven and Hell together. However, since birth they were destined to be with each other, they're not just romantically linked but also linked by fate.More Like This
They fight things that go bump in the night. They slay those monsters that are only meant to exist in children’s story tales. They have gained friends who have developed into family, and they have lost those that make it ache too much to remember. They fight the good fight, dismiss what they’ve done in the past, and prepare for the future.
Thirty three years they’ve been through their own personal Hells, they’ve fought and damaged one another. They’ve said and done things that would never allow them to the gates of Heaven, but they’ve done as much as they can to keep themselves out of Hell. They’ve made each other bleed, but they’ve also made
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Author Note: I am soooooooooooooooo sorry this took way longer, but finally I have part three finished. My computer that had everything broke down months ago and so I have been waiting to get a laptop. And here it it. Not sure if my writing has gotten better over the several months. Let me know of any errors! Thank you!
Large pines and rocks went by as you and Angus rode off blindly. Tears were rolling down your cheeks as you held to your shire horse’s neck. Thoughts rolled through your mind as Angus sped through the woods. But one thought stayed in your head.
Why wouldn’t she listen to you?
Your thoughts were cut short when Angus came to a sudden halt, throwing you into the air and rolling harshly on the grass- causing your dress a lot of damage. Not that you cared. You looked up to your horse with sobs, “Angus?!” you asked then looked around you. You