Snow-Drenched Beaches (America x Reader)More Like This
She stands in a silent stupor as her eyes meet the shoreline. (Y/n) has never been to the coastal regions, nor has she ever imagined that a beach could be covered in snow. Her (h/c) tresses whip in every which direction, leaving her vision clouded with a light amount of a feather-like blocking.
Alfred F. Jones observes the girl from a distance away. It was his idea, after all, to bring her to the beach. He would admit to not expecting it to be this snow-covered, as it had been at least forty degrees Fahrenheit the night before. Considering how cold it had recently been in portions of his country, America had assumed that it wouldn't be so bad. And then when (y/n) had suggested that she'd never been to the beach.. Well, the sandy-haired boy had decided that he had to show her.
And then Mother Nature had stepped in.
(Y/n) lets out a childish laugh full of wonder and excitement that Alfred can't help but to smile at. The laugh is followed by her voice, full of a child-like splendor tha
Whispers (Scotland x Reader)Whispers of snow trace her (s/c) skin that is meshed with (h/c) locks that sit elegantly under a heavy winter hat. She is shivering as her arms wrap about Allistor Kirkland with a careful grace that causes the said man to shudder at. The Scott's head of fire is turning to ash with the white flakes that sprinkle over him.More Like This
A passer-by on the street gives softly spoken, "Aww," at the thought that the two are a couple when they are the closest thing to. (Y/n) gives the woman a wide-eyed stare to attempt to state that, in fact, they are not quite yet a couple.
"Lass, ya passed my house.." Allistor is laughing now and it is resonating around them, tangling itself into the trees and fading away with the shushing gasps of wind. He only stops when he notices that (y/n) is not laughing and her (e/c) eyes are downcast in embarrassment.
"Sorry," her breath is whispering with the snow as she turns back to head in the right direction.
The Scotsman frowns with a distaste so heavy that is felt