Bullied!France X Reader I Know What You're NotMore Like This
(Name) stepped out of her mom’s car and shut the door behind her.
“Have fun at school (Name),” her mom said from behind her. “Call me when you’re ready to leave.”
“Okay mom,” (Name) responded before turning back and going into her new school. She hoped her first day wouldn’t be too bad, or at least not as bad as it was in her previous school. She never really liked it there anyway, and no one ever really liked her.
That’s why her mom thought she should move from (y/home state) to (state of your choice) and change schools. Her mom was hoping that (Name) would make some friends if she moved to another school and started over.
(Name), however, thought it was pointless. She sucked at trying to have conversations, and she was really shy. Any friend she every had in the past had either moved away later or drawn away from her by the popular crowd. What was the real point in trying? Getting her mother to stop pestering her about it, s
FrancexReader: Servant of Evil“My Lady, you called?” Francis bowed to you respectfully, keeping his bright blue eyes down.More Like This
“My kingdom is running short on funds. Announce to the people that the taxes will be raised once again,” you instructed, smoothing the front of your golden dress.
“Yes, My Lady,” Francis bowed again and exited the room swiftly.
In a matter of minutes, he had returned with a plate of brioche and a cup of tea.
You felt a big smile break out over your pale features; Francis always seemed to know exactly what would make you happy.
“The people are angry about the raised taxes, my lady,” he reported dutifully.
“Arrest anyone that opposes me, objects to the taxes, or even questions my rule,” you ordered coldly, your tiny fists clenching.
“Your word is my command.”
Visibly relaxing, you smiled again, taking a dainty bite out of the brioche. “This is delicious, Francis.”
“Thank you, my lady. Your kind words honour
My Darling Peony (5) :Emperor! China x Reader:My Darling Peony (5)More Like This
: Emperor! China x Reader:
You awoke the next morning to the sound of whispering from behind the paper door of your room and sat up, rubbing the sleep away from your eyes.
"...If you want to talk about me, you should at least be more discreet about it." You called sleepily and smiled a little when you heard the servants squeak in surprise.
"M-my apologies, miss! W-would you like your breakfast here? H-His Majesty is not going to be present in the dining room today..."
You felt your lips drop into a small frown before you pursed them into a thin line.
"...I suppose that will do for now." You answered cheerfully and listened to the footsteps pattering away from your room.
You were feeling much better by the time you arrived at the palace, although you still felt shaken up by the incident the day before. Despite your bright mood, you distinctly recalled the dream you had of the particular event; you were grateful to notice that it wasn't just a dream and you were stil