Illness (Levi Ackerman x Reader)Illness (Levi Ackerman x Reader) by captainsam1
"Miss (your name), Captain Levi is here to see you."
"Ehh? Again? He's lucky I don't have that many patient's to work on today!" You said with a small sigh. Captain Levi seems to have been showing up at the hospital you work at more and more lately. Being a nurse had it's pros and cons of course. You didn't enjoy seeing the poor expressions of the injured, but you took delight when they showed smiles and a peaceful expression after you bandaged their wounds and made them feel better physically and emotionally. Countless times you have been called an angel with a smile that could brighten anyones day, or even help soothe the soul of the soldier who just lost someone dear to them.
"Ahh, alright alright send him in. I'll be ready in a moment." You said to the other nurse with a small smile and cleaned up some instruments and prepared some bandages. The other nurse nodded and a few moments later Captain Levi walked in with a small limp and sat down on the hospital bed. "Hello, Captai
Remedy - [Yandere!Yukio Okumura x Reader]Remedy - [Yandere!Yukio Okumura x Reader] by xXxRainbowstarxXx
It was your laugh that had driven him over the edge.
Yukio Okumura was arguably one of the most mature fifteen year olds around. He was intelligent, and always thought his actions through. He was talented, being one of the sharpest shooting Dragoons in the whole of True Cross Town. The teen was also far above his time, even holding up a job as a teacher of all things on the side of his main Exorcist duties.
However, despite the boy's keen ability in almost anything he attempted, there was one thing that he never could quite understand. And that thing happened to be a student in his cram school class.
The (h/c) haired girl had been under his wing for less than a month now, but the youthful instructor felt as if it had been far longer than that small amount of time.
You were a star student in his courses, your grades reflecting the intense effort you always made when it came to your school work. You were at the top of your class, and Yukio made it a must to congratulate
Today [Yandere!Rin Okumura x Reader]Today [Yandere!Rin Okumura x Reader] by xXxRainbowstarxXx
Rin Okumura was not a happy half-demon.
Don’t get him wrong, though. He was usually a bright and cheerful boy, and rarely one would find him anything other than positive. In fact, he had often been told he had one of the brightest smiles in the entirety of True Cross Academy.
However, today was an abnormality.
He was currently sulking in the corner of the camp he and his fellow exorcists-in-training had only moments ago set-up, deep blue eyes set upon his group of ‘friends’ in a deep scowl. His brother had assigned the cram school’s students to journey to the forest nearby the school, with the task of defeating a set number of demons as a surprise quiz.
Now, it wasn’t that the boy disliked the prospect of getting out of the classroom. In fact, he couldn’t be more relieved that Yukio had finally decided to assign them field work. No, the reason he was angrily swishing his tail behind him as he glared down his classmates was much simpler than that. At
Rabbit - [Yandere!Yuuya Kizami x Reader] Part 1Rabbit - [Yandere!Yuuya Kizami x Reader] Part 1 by xXxRainbowstarxXx
‘Drip, drip, drip, drip…’
The distant sound of persistent water filled your dark consciousness, the swirling mass of shadows that was your mind seeming to brighten if only slightly by the recognition of a sound. Your thoughts struggled to surface from the abyss of ebony, a dull feeling of pain from somewhere on your body seeming to lull you back into the far depths of sleep. Finally, with more effort than you had thought, you managed to complete a thought.
The booming echo of thunder seemed to consume your entire world of blackness, the deafening sound answering your thoughts post haste. The sound, in most circumstances, would have frightened you. However, in your state of semi-consciousness, it only served as the straw that broke the camel’s back.
Your train of thought came back to you abruptly, causing you to let out a light groan as the once dull pain resonating through your body suddenly became prominent. Your