FrancexReader: Le lapin et le loup (fluffy angst)“Mm.”More Like This
Francis rolled over in the bed and opened his eyes to find her face only a few millimeters from his. And even in his half-asleep haze, his first thought was: si belle. With the noon light streaming through her lacy curtains, lighting up the room, she looked luminous—almost as though fireflies were dancing on her skin. Her pink lips were parted just slightly, letting out small puffs of air as she breathed slowly, still in a deep slumber.
It was a Saturday afternoon, the perfect time to laze around and bask in the warm summer weather. They’d had plans today, he recalled, to have a picnic at the park, but he felt no desire to move from his comfortable position, nor any desire to disturb her sleep.
An irrepressible smile bloomed across his face as he continued to gaze at her. God, he was so, so in love. It almost felt crazy—silly, like he was a grade-schooler with a crush. On instinct, he leaned in and brushed his lips against her forehead, linger
They Don't Matter (Hetalia, GermanyxReader)More Like This
Ludwig Beilschmidt wasn't one for relationships.
Granted, he was with you now, and you were changing that. He adored you, with every part of himself.
When he was with you, he felt as though he could forget past pains and mistakes, because with you, they didn't matter.
Still, though, being in a relationship, even with the one he loved the most out of every single person and thing on the earth, was hard for him.
If you walked down the street, and saw Ludwig, you would think that such a strong, confident German would not have any problems, or any fears. You would think that a man like that must be almost invincible.
However, Ludwig was quickly coming to realize that he had one great fear.
That was you.
You were, at once, his most precious treasure and his undoing fear.
It had gotten to the point where he was almost afraid to be around you. Yes, he had gathered up his courage and told you he loved you. Yes, you had reciprocated your feelings.
However, he constantly feared that he would mak