First Impressions (Ignis x Reader)First Impressions (Ignis x Reader) by Vizkopa
You had just finished cleaning up the horrid mess left in a booth from the last lot of customers when four more walked through the door. The bell chimed at you, mockingly cheerful as they entered, almost drowned out by their incessant chatter.
You closed your eyes and sighed. You did not need this today.
These damn tourists. Longwythe was little more than a pit stop for them. They would breeze in, stay for a spell, then breeze right out again, leaving you to clean up the leavings. What did they care? It wasn’t like they would ever see you again. There was no need for courtesy or small talk in their eyes because any first impressions they made—good or bad—would surely be forgotten. They were partially right. You saw so many pass through that you forgot individual faces, but the bad experiences always left a lasting impression and fuelled a deep-seated animosity toward any and all outsiders that happened by your tiny little corner of the world.
Dark LinkxReader- A Demon's Love part 25Dark LinkxReader- A Demon's Love part 25 by hetaliagirl101
Dark Link followed the Zora girl until he reached a hall. Zora's Hall. A hall that was beautiful and filled with water and water falls around it. The reflection of the crystal blue water danced on the walls, causing the place to gleam. He couldn't help but gawk at the sight. He had never seen something so beautiful.
"This way..."A soft gentle voice reached his ears. He looked over quickly, only to the find mysterious Zora girl beckoning him over with her finger. He blinked as he took in her voice. So soft, sweet and gentle yet beautiful. Like an obedient dog, he obeyed and followed her as she led him through the hall, up an inclined plane and into a room.
In the room sat a throne chair surrounded by water and sand.
"I have brought you the boy miss..."The Zora girl said softly, dropping to one knee and placing her left arm across her chest. Dark Link looked over at her with a raised brow.
'She had brought the boy?' What did that mean? Were they watching him? Expecting him?
Ponyboy (Jean X Reader) Farm!AUPonyboy (Jean X Reader) Farm!AU by Greystream
Jean was born into a broken family. The usual slut mom and alcoholic father, drug addict sibling. And like any other normal thirteen-year-old boy, he ran away. He did it gladly. But, where was a boy to go? Damn, he didn’t know, he just wanted to get as far away from that godforsaken home as possible. So he stayed from place to place. Hiding out in sheds, in an empty dumpster, behind an old building, and on occasions, in the woods.
One day, he was sitting on the curb of a crowded town. It was more of a market, with venders running to and fro with goods to trade or buy off each other. He stayed there to just watch the people pass by, it was better than anything else. Nothing really stuck out to him. Until he saw… you.
You seemed only ten years old. Wide, innocent eyes with your hands clasped in front of you, you approached the strange boy with muffin hair and golden eyes. “Hello,” you said softly, a small smile gracing your lips.
Jean scanned you up and down. A pl