Connor Kenway x Reader: Beautiful in my eyes.Connor x Reader: Beautiful in my eyes.You sat in the faintly lit room, hugging your knees closely as a few tears found their way onto your cheeks, zigzagging down like the raindrops on the window pain. You rested your head against the heavy wooden door, squeezing your eyes shut as you sighed. A black fog filled your mind, seeming to twist every good thought, remoulding it into a negative point. You found yourself rocking gently to and fro as you thought back to this afternoon.***Flashback*** You stood beside the man you loved, Connor Kenway, or to his peopleRatonhnhaké ton. He was perfection, strong, honourable, self-sacrificing, kind, and you had to notice, very handsome. Then there was you, not strong, why you had never even lifted a sword, not really any of those good qualities, and defiantly not that attractive. Connor began to walk on and you followed, the decaying leaves broke under your boots, the sky was littered with threateningly dark grey clouds.
Charles Lee x Reader, A Snowy Night.Charles Lee x Reader, A Snowy Night.Charles made his way out from the Green Dragon, the cold night air was such a contrast after being by a roaring fire. He took a deep breath of the calm winter air, the street was quiet, asides the noise that spilled from the tavern behind him. The man walked along the snow-covered street, little ice crystals breaking underfoot, as the fluffy snow crunched down into crisp ice. In the vast, dark sky hung a few distant stars, accompanied by a full moon, which sent its silver glow down lighting up the winter night, it made the snow glitter and icicles glimmer, its shimmering glow too illuminated the mans pale blue eyes. He turned trudging along the familiar streets of Boston, the crunching and crushing of snow beneath his boots was practically the only noise in the freezing night. His own house had just come into view as a few fresh flakes began twirling down from the sky, dancing and drifting about, before landing upon the powdery white ground. Charles
Malik x Reader, First bornMalik x Reader First bornMalik paced up and down outside. His stomach was crawling with nerves, his hair slightly messy and his eyes tired with worry. "Why is this taking so long?" He muttered to himself. Altair sat on the wall watching his friend, as he had for many hours now. "It will take time, you know that Malik." He reminded, trying to seem calm, but inside he was just as worried for both Malik and (y/n)."I know, it's just...what if something goes wrong, I don't want to lose her, or the child. I don't think I could bear it." His voice broke slightly at the thought of losing his wife.Altair's eyes filled with sympathy. "I'm sure she will be fine, before you know it the three of you will all be together."Malik smiled at that thought, together. He had a hard time thinking of much good right now though, trying to block out the screams of (y/n)'s pain. Despite how the heavy wooden doors tried to hush it, they didn't absorb all noise. Malik winced at the sound, his eyes clos
Connor x Reader: Parsley.Connor x Reader, Parsley.You took a deep breath of the crisp morning air as you strolled out of the house, The old man and Connor were still asleep, while a vibrant blue sky enriched with the beautiful sunlight and smeared with only a few clouds, turning golden in it's rays, was now covering the sky as far as the eye could see. Giving the morning a flattering glow, some mist still hung in the shallower places on the ground, and the grass was glittering with dew. How anybody could sleep when such a brilliant morning was rising, you didn't know. The birds were already singing there hearts out in the high trees, you spotted a pair of squirrel rustling about energetically, a young rabbit was too now venturing out of his hole with enthusiasm for the moist grass.You merrily made your way of into the forest, enjoy the peaceful bliss. You walked through the thick undergrowth of entwining ferns, patches of a few interlaced flowers, the few spots of ground that were not concealed by growth wer
Ezio x reader: How Times ChangeEzio x reader: How Times ChangeYou sat on the rooftop, looking over Rome, the cool evening breeze caressing your hair while the birds hurried back to their nests for the upcoming night. You heard a noise behind you, turning hardly even getting chance to stop Ezio from pouncing on top of you, pinning your hands down. "Ezio!" You squealed."Ciao (y/n)." He greeted, smirking as he held you down."What are you, ten years old?" You said, rolling your eyes.He laughed. "We always did this when we were little." He pointed out, still sniggering."Yes, but we are hardly 'little' now." You pointed out, begging to feel at a little unease of the position, as children it was just fun, as adults it felt more awkward, not that this was a first time. Sometimes Ezio's childish ways never died. "True...." His face looked a little sadder. "Do you miss it, being small with not a care in the world, believing that Federico could save us from anything?""Yes." You whispered, feeling a deep pang