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2: Elle's EscapeMias stared at Elle's sleeping form beside him. She hadn't moved all nighthe knew because he hadn't moved all night either. He was still lying back against the headboard, watching her steady breathing and enjoying the rise and fall of her breasts beneath her lacy white bra. He had stripped her out of the gown she had been wearing, wanting her to be comfortable as she slept, confused as to why he cared about her comfort at all. His grin widened as her chest rose, deciding that caring about whether or not Elle was comfortable had to be the best damn idea he ever had.Sunlight poured through the open window, a slant of light cutting across the bed and Elle's creamy white legs. Mias adjusted himself on the bed, and Elle shifted slightly before going still once more.She would be awake soon, and Mias was suddenly aware that he had been lying on the bed in his clothes. He tried to smooth the wrinkles in his slacks and shirt, sighing with frustration when he realized not only was he a w
Immortals- Jeff The Killer x Reader Part 1 You checked the calender above your bed, drawing a star on the 11th of September, your birthday. Only a few days to go. There was no school today because of Labor day weekend. Getting out of bed you went straight to the shower, then got dressed in a soft black tank top, (f/c) cardigan sweater and black jeans. Heading downstairs and into the kitchen you listened for your mother who would usually be in the kitchen cooking breakfast by now. But you heard nothing. "Mom?" You called.No response.She was probably at her friend Celeste's house watching boring musicals from the 70's and drinking tea.You sighed and opened the cupboard, pulling out a box of Lucky Charms.Thats when you noticed the note on the refrigerator. You pulled if off and read:HEY __________ I'M DOWN AT THE PARK WITH CELESTE.YOU TOOK TOO LONG TO WAKE UP.YOU CAN MEET US DOWN THERE IF YOU'D LIKE.DON'T FORGET THE KEYS ON THE TABLE.-MOMYou f
You're Home [Kakashi Hatake One-shot][Name] stood guard as she watched her three year old daughter playing in the grass, ripping up handfuls of it before tossing it in the wind. Her arms were being weighed down by the small one month old boy that was in her arms; he was well worth it to her.“Mommy, look!” her daughter called out.Smiling, [Name] walked over to her daughter to see what the toddler was trying to show her. “What’s that?” she asked as she crouched down, holding her son gently in her arms“It’s a bug!” the girl said happily, shoving her tiny hand in her mother’s face and opening her fingers to reveal the black beetle that she had captured.For all of her accomplishments as a ninja, [Name] could not stand insects of any kind. They made her skin crawl and made her feel gross.“That’s nice sweetie. But why don’t you let him go so he can be with his family now?” she asked with a slight smile on her face.The girl contemplated the idea w
Immortals- Jeff The Killer x Reader Part 2You stared up at Jeff, your cheeks turning a bright red. You struggled to stand up, Jeff let you, standing up as well, he looked a bit wary, like thought you were gonna run."Uh... W-what?" You stuttered. "Thats so sudden! What!?"Jeff sighed. "I understand, You probably think I'm a monster." His expression turned distraught, and he curled a hand in his hair in frustration, averting his gaze from you."N-no! I mean... You're not a monster. I heard about what happened when you were younger."Run you idiot, you probably pissed him off! You thought.You didn't move. You watched Jeff as he glanced up at you, looking relieved. Your legs began to feel weak and you fell. Jeff looked surprised and quickly caught you and held you close to him... You blushed even harder, hating yourself for it."Careful..." He said, brushing a strand of your hair behind your ear.You closed your eyes and tried to calm your racing heartbeat. Jeff kept watching you." Are you okay?" He asked."I'
Forbidden Night - Hiccup X Reader - Part 1 WARNING: SLIGHT VIOLENCE. NOT ENOUGH FOR ME TO TAG IT, BUT I THOUGHT I'D GIVE YOU A WARNING JUST IN CASE. ENJOY."Stupid wretch!""The witch has cursed us all!""She's a demon! She'll tell her beast to kill us!"The remarks were nothing new. As you walked through your village carrying a large wicker basket filled to the brim with fish, people would often stop and snap these words at you.You hadn't gotten used to them, but you had learnt to block most of it out, and not let the hurt show while you were around them. You wouldn't give them the satisfaction.This had been happening every day for the past three months. Some days were worse than others; on certain days the young adults - around fifteen to sixteen years old you guessed - would come out and physically attack you. They'd left you with bruises and wounds all over that had only just healed.But, did you blame them? Of course not. After all, you’d brought this on yourself.You should've killed it. You should've ende