The next morning, you rose to the sound of birds chirping and the sun beating down on your skin. You flinched at first when opening your eyes, but relaxed and quickly basked in the warmth. The sun. How many years had it been since you'd seen it? A long time was for sure.
Thinking of that made your mind drift to other thoughts. How was your mother doing? Was she still alive? You could bet that she didn't think you were still alive. Though, if it were possible, you'd love to see her again.
Once you were fully awake, you rolled out of bed and put on a random dress from the nearby closet. It wasn't anything fancy, a simple red dress with white lace. You turned, closed th
Pairings: Sebastian x Ciel, Ciel x Lizzy
Summary: In chess, as in life, some sacrifices are necessary in order to gain the advantage; this is what they call "Gambit."
Warnings: Gore, mature themes, sexual themes, violence
His Butler, Absurd
The air outside was hot, but dry. A cool breeze swept mercifully through the trees, making the afternoon heat bearable--and even pleasant. Even the Phantomhive was enjoying the draft enough that he had opened the large bay window behind his desk in the study as he worked on his lessons. The curtains billowed and fluttered noisily, but the cracking of the fabric ble