It's not easy - Jeff Hardy Oneshot

Jeff Hardy x You (Reader)

You had the best fiancé in the whole world. But it wasn’t easy.

That is my first try with wrestling stuff. I only wrote fanfictions about Naruto and thats almost 5 years ago!

Anyways I hope you enjoy and that it’s not too obvious that I am not a natvie speaker. 

You sighed. It was about midnight and you knew what was about to happen: He would leave.

That was always the worst part about your relationship. Your fiancé was the best man you could imagine. He was kind and gentle. He treated you like a princess but at the same time he knew that you want some things done by yourself, because you loved the fact that you were independent.

And he respected that.

He respected that you didn’t want help unless you asked for it. He respected that you wasn’t the romantic kind of person but he also knew that you would be sad if he doesn’t show his love for you often enough. And he respected that it took you almost half a year to tell your friends that you have a boyfriend.

And now you both were lying in bed, wearing your rings and he respected that you weren’t ready to tell everyone about your engagment.

You never wanted to date a wrestler. Actually you never wanted to date someone at all. You were more the friends with benefits kind of girl. But everything can change, right? Even the fact that you never wanted to settle down and marry.

Your parents split up when you were young and you just didn’t believe that you can love and honor someone forever. Sooner or later people just got on each others nerves.

But this was different. Jeff was different. He wan’t the kind of guy you find on tinder or at a bar. He was different in every way. He thought different and behaved different. He was the life for the moment kind of guy, but he made clear that in every moment, he wanted you by his side.

You felt a stong arm around your waist.

„I have to go.“ Jeff said carefully.

You didn’t say anything. What should you even say? Yes, I know because you always leave?

„I will miss you.“ he muttered into your ear.

Before you could tell him how much you will miss him you felt the tears on your face, falling down on to your pillow.

„I will come back. I always come back, you know. Because you are my home, the most important thing in my life.“

You tried to smile but it was just to hard.

„It’s my job.“ He sat up and searched for his clothes.

„I know.“ Finally you spoke. „It’s just not easy.“

„That’s the reason I gave you that ring, you know. To show you that I will always come back home and that although I love wrestling, I love you way more. If you would make me choose I would always chose you.“

Now you actually smiled a little bit and turned to him. „I know. But I will never make you choose, because I love you. Just be careful and take the first flight home.“

He smiled at you, and leaned down for one last kiss.

And than you watched him leave. It was good to hear that he would give everything up for you. Because you would do exactly the same. Actually you already kind of did. You changed your lifestyle and your plans for him. And it was totally worth the struggle.


Tom Hardy’s labrador Woodstock (Woody) at the film premiere of Legend, September 2015.

Woody was six years old, and is believed to have died from polymyositis.

“To the bestest friend ever… he burnt very very bright and those that burn very bright sometimes burn half as long. The world for me was a better place with him in it and by my side.”

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“To the bestest friend ever. Woody was the bestest of journey companions we ever could dream of having. Our souls intertwined forever… he burnt very very bright and those that burn very bright sometimes burn half as long. The world for me was a better place with him in it and by my side.”

Tom Hardy’s labrador Woodstock (Woody) was six years old, and is believed to have died from polymyositis.


Thomas Hardy (2 June 1840 – 11 January 1928)

English novelist and poet. A Victorian realist in the tradition of George Eliot, he was influenced both in his novels and in his poetry by Romanticism, especially William Wordsworth.

While Hardy wrote poetry throughout his life and regarded himself primarily as a poet, his first collection was not published until 1898. Initially, therefore, he gained fame as the author of such novels as Far from the Madding Crowd (1874), The Mayor of Casterbridge (1886), Tess of the d'Urbervilles (1891), and Jude the Obscure (1895).  (Wikipedia)

From our stacks: 1.-2. Cover and title page from The Well-Beloved. A Sketch of a Temperament By Thomas Hardy. New York and London: Harper & Brothers, 1905.  3.-4. Frontispiece “With one hand he was tightly grasping his forehead, the other hung over his knee” and cover detail from A Changed Man, The Waiting Supper and Other Tales Concluding with The Romantic Adventures of a Milkmaid By Thomas Hardy. New York and London: Harper & Brothers, 1913.  5. Poem ‘Waiting Both’ from Human Shows Far Phantasies Songs, and Trifles By Thomas Hardy. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1925.