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What belongs together [Erwin x reader]
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Frustrated Erwin let his head sink. In front of him, a pile of love-letters from secret admirers from everywhere within the Walls, every one of them saying how much they love and admire him for his courage. Even some from his beloved Legion couldn’t resist the urge and pressure of Valentine’s day and confessed their feelings. Some did it better, some did it worse, but in the end, he crushed every one of their dreams. He didn’t want to hurt them, but it just didn’t feel right to him, lying to them and playing their lover only that they would feel better.
Wiping all the letters from his desk so that they decorated his floor, he rose from his chair. The wooden chair cracked whilst he did so and he walked over to the door, smashing each letter and dream in his way. He took out a metal key. The cold metal felt cold against his warm palm, but he couldn’t care less, his heart had the same temperature and that was much more horrible. He locked the door in order to
Can We Talk (Jean x Reader, modern!AU)You sat on the couch in front of your TV, legs folded beneath you as you clutched a mug of warm coffee. You sat back, relaxing into the couch before taking a long sip of the warm beverage. Your mind slowly drifted back to the previous night as you sat in silence on the couch. The thought of Sasha's friends you had met and how kind and friendly they were warmed your heart. You smiled a little at the thought of them, welcoming you so easily into their close group.
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'We need to meet up with them more often,' you thought to yourself.
Then, you allow your mind to drift off to yet another thought about last night, particularly a handsome young man with copper hair and honey-colored eyes.
You felt your face become warm as you recalled the feelings you had while dancing and interacting with the man last night. The feeling of his chest beneath your fingers, your head resting against his shoulder, his lips brushing against yours...
You were pulled out of his pleasant reverie,