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you have come to the right place, my friend
Haute Couture Love:
Eren Jaeger is sharp, determined and hard working but doesn’t consider himself beautiful or good looking in the least. When he lands his dream job, working at Survey Corp Publications as the Executive Assistant to a high-end Fashion magazine’s Editor-in-Chief, his life is turned Topsy-Turvy. All he wants to do is work hard to become an Editor, but his boss Levi seems keen on making his life a living hell.
Louder Than Words: My boyfriend, Eren Jaeger, disappeared ten days before his seventeenth birthday.Six months later, he was found again, completely intact save for his mental and emotional scars. Oh, and the fact that he would never be able to speak again.And so, we all started to rebuild from the debris that had been left in the destruction of our lives.
Help Me Stand:
Eren’s best childhood friend and high school boyfriend, Armin, dies in a car accident in which Eren had been the one at the wheel. Unable to keep from blaming himself, life itself becomes agonizing for Eren and he turns to the more negative side of coping mechanisms. Eventually, he meets a college student named Levi who seems like he has it all figured out, just to discover that they have more in common than he thought
What It Means To Feel: After his parents died, Eren Jaeger decides to take the ultimate solution to his unhappy life: suicide. But it doesn’t go the way he planned. Now, in a psychiatric hospital, Eren’s life is taken in all different directions, including a way to his new roommate, Levi.
He never would have guessed that suicide would bring him closer to living than he had ever been before.
Monsters did not like to hide under beds, as his father had told him. No; he found the monster hiding in his closet
1994: Before cell phones. Before the Kardashians. Before internet porn. The year is 1994. Eren, Mikasa, and Armin, poor kids from the wrong side of the tracks, have been transferred with the rest of their neighborhood to the posh, uptown Trost High (Home of the Titans). Mikasa and Armin seem to fit in well enough, but Eren isn’t quite so lucky. Of course, most of this has to do with Eren’s personality. When he accepts a bet to lose his virginity (and actually prove that someone likes him) by the end of the semester, it’s hard for him to deny the improbability of winning. After all, the only one he seems to be talking to these days is the weirdly pretty (and just plain weird) goth working at the donut shop down the street…
From The Woods: Eren is a dryad attached to the tree that stands in the yard of the house that Levi grew up in.
The 6th Ward: A comedy about being dead. Levi is finally returning to work as a nurse after recovering from a car crash that nearly killed him. Nothing says “welcome back” like realizing he’s lost his marbles and can see the disembodied spirits of the comatose patients in the 6th ward. He begrudgingly helps them learn how to be dead. Eren, the newest coma patient in the 6th ward, has six months to learn how to be dead. Good luck, kid.
The Minutes of the Red People: Levi is better at killing people than keeping them safe. He follows his routine - 7 hours of sleep, study the blueprints, pack the tools of the trade, carry out the assassination, mop up the blood and leave no speck of evidence. It isn’t too long before he finds his routine in shambles when Erwin Smith assigns him a mission riddled with “classified” and “no further details disclosed”. Levi doesn’t kill kids. It gets his conscience dirty.
Eren doesn’t exactly have the best home life, far from it in fact. A chance meeting with Levi, a mysterious young man who keeps his secrets close, is the one person who could take his world to a whole new level of chaos and wonder. Bonds are forged and feelings change, but will they be strong enough to face the challenges that lie in their future and the secrets in their pasts?
Read the warnings! Some of the have non-con elements and very explicit violence