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True Love lasts forever Chapter 3 Loki x ReaderChapter 3 – The little lost lambTrue Love lasts forever Chapter 3 Loki x Reader by vampirenoorway
When you finally woke up, you were in your own body again. Thank God. You woke up in a big, soft bed, and you could hear the birds tweet outside of the window. You couldn’t see Loki anywhere, and you dared not to leave the room, in case someone was to spot you. You were dressed in the same clothes that you had been wearing before Heimdal moved you from Midgard. It was a funny thought, and you giggled. The planet you had been living on was called Midgard. It was a thought you had trouble of believing, yet your mind had started to think on earth as Midgard.
The room was quit big, with furniture which reminded you of the Victorian time. The walls were made from stones, and the carpet, which covered the whole floor, was coloured in a dark red colour. The bed was the biggest thing in the entire room, and it was placed in front of the window. Even though the enormous window was covered with thick, black drapes, you could see the sun shine through
True love lasts forever Chapter 2 Loki X ReaderChapter 2 – the gentle GodTrue love lasts forever Chapter 2 Loki X Reader by vampirenoorway
“I would like to take the fair lady to Asgard.” Loki whispered in your ear as he gently caressed your cheeks. He was now sitting on the edge of the bed, facing your direction, smiling. You were stunned by his dazzling face. The beautiful proportions, the sharp cheekbones, the playful eyes. Loki had asked you to join him to Asgard. You had to snap your arm to check if you really weren’t dreaming. Loki’s hands were firm and cold, yet they made you warm. You wanted to say yes, yes to the man who had claimed to be Loki, and who wanted you to join him to the great land of the Asgardians. There was something mysterious about the man who had approached you in your bedroom. Something mysterious and tricky indeed, yet there was also something warm and reliable with this man. A comfort one simply couldn’t resist.
“Why me?” you asked. “Why have you chosen me?” you glared at Loki, wondering if this was all but a
True love lasts forever Chapter 1 Loki X readerTrue love lasts foreverTrue love lasts forever Chapter 1 Loki X reader by vampirenoorway
Written by Thea Müller aka. VampireNoorway aka Thea_hiddleston_muller
It was mid-December, the clock had just passed 9pm and the cold snow drifted through the thin air like white blossoms in late September. London was filled to the very end with people, mostly grown-ups, stressing from shop to shop, looking for the perfect Christmas gift. Christmas songs were playing on every corner, and people seemed to be slightly more friendly than usual.
The Christmas Spirit was long settled in London, yet everyone seemed to be in a great hurry, everyone except from you.
You were the only person in London who weren’t running wildly around with shopping bags around your arms. You were walking in a slow pace, following the wilderness around you with big, curious and interested eyes. The people of London always seemed to be in such a hurry. The
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Loki X Reader: The Lost Princess 11Loki X Reader: The Lost Princess 11 by TheSpitfireSpirit
Deirdre and Lukas made their way to the throne room, knowing that they were likely to find Queen Hel there. Deirdre had not forgotten the promise she had made to Alfhild, and intended to make good on it. Lukas had made his opinion the elfin woman well known, however, and did not like the situation in the slightest, hence why he was insisting on accompanying her.
Ever since her death and arrival in Helheim, Deirdre and the Viking warrior had been practically inseparable. Despite his rough ways and coarse humour, Deirdre found something of a kindred spirit in the man, as they both felt a certain sense of loyalty towards you, even though he had only known you for a few hours.
Also, like Deirdre, Lukas was no stranger to great loss, having lost his family to a storm at sea. Deirdre had never told you this, in fact, Loki was the only person who knew, but she had lost both of her parents to the battle against Jotunheim at a young age. It was because of her father’s reputation as a warr
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At first, you had begun heading in the direction of your parents’ house, but you suddenly realized that if they had been upset earlier, you showing up on their doorstep inebriated was not going to help matters. So you changed directions, stumbling down a quiet side street and trying to put as much distance between you and the bar as possible, all the while glancing over your shoulder every couple of feet, paranoid that you’d been followed. You heard the sirens somewhere behind you for a few moments, making you let out a sob of terror, but they moved in the opposite direction, growing fainter and fainter. It occurred to you that you had forgotten to pay for yours and Loki’s drinks, but there was no way you were turning around now.
Finally, you couldn’t run any longer. Your legs ached from the exertion, and your lungs were burning. You wiped at your cheeks, trying to rid them of the tears that had already dried, and realized just how cold your fingers were.
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