Assassin!Germany x Reader - Abducted | Part 8JammyJamJam100
“Berwald is the one friend I have down here and you send him away,” you scoffed and turned away from Ludwig. “You're unbelieveable.”
Your mind was crossed as tight as your arms, your index finger eagerly tapping against your forearm. He had gone and done it again, made you angry. You wondered if he was capable of evoking an emotion other than fear or anger from you. The idea seemed impossible.
“I didn't have a choice...” the blonde sighed. “Berwald is one of zhe best assassins down here, und since I couldn't go on zhe mission I suggested him to my bruder instead.”
You said nothing in reply, only anger boiled in your stomach. When had Ludwig planned on telling you that Berwald would be gone for three weeks? If you hadn't have noticed the Swede's absence of his daily visits, you wondered if Ludwig would have informed you at all. The only reason he was telling you this now was because you had caught on and were brave enough to ask about it.
GermanyXReader - Captive Ch 4blackandbluerose
Captive Ch 4
‘My god, this place seems like it’s never clean!’
You huff loudly as you stop sweeping the courtyard to enjoy the fresh breeze that passed by and cooled you off on this hot summer day. You use one of your hands to shield your eyes from the harsh sunlight as you scan your surroundings. The courtyard seems to be void of humans but teems with wildlife. Colorful butterflies gracefully float around multiple, multicolored rosebushes and flowers while various types of birds fill the air with their lively chipper. Their melodious birdsongs complement with the water sounds coming from the big fountain situated in the middle of the spacious courtyard. With a small huff you walk over to the fountain and sit on the stone edge, letting your hands glide into its cool waters.
‘I can’t believe I’ve been here for six months already. It feels more like years.’
GermanyXReader Captive Ch 1blackandbluerose
Cold: that was what all that was reigning control, with your skin numb with the biting snow surrounding you. The only thing that shielded you from General Winter was a thin hospital gown. Your lungs burn with every shallow, cold gasp of air you take in. Your eyes water when another wall of snow hits your face. You take one more weary step before succumbing to the dark abyss behind your eyelids, falling hard to a thick, hard ground of packing snow.
Your eyes fly open, and a sharp gasp emits from your aching throat. Your body is covered in a cold sweat when you’re wrenched from your forced slumber. It takes a few seconds for your eyes to adjust to the light entering your room. The source was the big bay window adjacent to your bed that was wide open letting cold wind and snowflakes in. You quickly get up, put on your (fav/color) slippers and hurriedly walk to the window closing it.