Grinning at your answer, he pulled you with his long, toned arms into a bear hug and squeezed you tightly. He was about to say something but a fuming Jafar could be heard from afar , who was calling out for Sinbad constantly
Your king let go of you quickly, patted your head one last time before he said his goodbyes and left to
either: run away from the former assassin
or: face him and get the paperwork done.
Probably the first.
Sighing you gave a smile into the direction the older male had just disappeared and decided that you should start with your magic tomorrow. Cupping your mouth from each side with your hands, you yelled as loudly as you could for your workers.
“Alright guys! Tomorrow will be a great banquet and festival and our king trusts us with the whole catering!”,
You follow the sound, and the louder it got, the more you could understand. As you continued your journey, you began to hear words, such as "Hit me, please!","Me,too!", and "Kouha-sama!"
"If that's who I think it is.." you muttered under your breath.
Angry because you were awoken from your deep slumber, you slam the door open. Just as you had expected, it was your fiancé, Kou Empire's third prince, and his lovely servants Junjun, Jinjin, and Reirei.
"Kouha!" You managed to shout.
The pink haired male turned around, his previous smile now turning into a huge grin, his eyes now sparkling. "[Name]! You're awake!"
"Kouha, what did I tell you about hitting them? Don't you have any sympathy?"
It was every weekend the same story with Sinbad and Kouen.
These two would always come over to the bar you were working at, getting drunk while nearly ripping each others head off and crash over in your house.
You secretly hoped that they weren't going to come over today.
It's not like you hated these men, no, – you enjoyed their presence very much to be honest – just repeating this every single week was really tiring.
You see, you had met them in high school even back then they were rivals. You had heard from Kouen's younger brother Koumei that they always had been this way since they were in diapers. At least that was what he told you.
And the fact that they were now bosses from rivalling companies wasn't helping either, it even gave them a reason more to fight and ins
How (y/n) made time for everything baffled Jareth. She had classes in the mornings and very other day she worked in the writing lab. When not on campus she did her homework or went out with friends. Sometimes she simply wanted to be by herself. Depending on her mood, (y/n) would walk around one of the city parks, go to the library or a book store or window sho