Keep it or Leave it (Part 3)

Prompt: When an early bird and a womanizer are roommates, they come up with a scheme that favors both of them. But some things are not as clear as they seem

Pairing: Bucky x Reader

Warnings: Alcohol Poisoning
*If you do feel triggered by something else, let me know so I can add here and warn other readers!

Word Count: 770

Author’s Note: As always, if you see any words that could/should be replaced or sentences that could be better put together please feel free to point it out! English is not my first language and this will help me improve ;)

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Originally posted by dailyevanstan

Your home was silent since 10 o'clock when Bucky went out to his Saturday night fun.

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starcrossed sentence starters pt. 4

feel free to change the pronouns as fit! these sentences starters were taken from starcrossed by josephine angelini, a paranormal romance ya novel. this will be part three of a meme series as i love these books too much.

  • “What are you telling people about us?”
  • “Are you trying to make me jealous or are you just so frustrated that you’re already looking for someone else?”
  • “I am NOT looking for anyone else!”
  • “I feel awful.”
  • “You’re scaring me. Here, sit, please. Do you need something?”
  • “I need to tell you what’s going on, so that you and I don’t accidentally kill each other over a dumb misunderstanding, and I need you to promise me that if I tell you, you’re not going to beat anyone up.”
  • “I don’t think I like this deal.”
  • “Right. You are so smart.”
  • “I’m such an idiot.”
  • “You’re a jealous idiot, and that has to change right now.”
  • “You have no reason to be jealous. I told you that I don’t want anyone but you. I never have.”
  • “And you have no idea how… Attractive isn’t the right word. It doesn’t describe the effect you have on men. On me.”
  • “Look, I’m not a jealous person, really.”
  • “Are you on fire?!”
  • “So much for letting it blow over.”
  • “Doesn’t matter? This is my life you’re talking about.”
  • “I’d never ask you to do something that I wouldn’t do myself.”
  • “We’re in this together.”
  • “You’re telling me to give up all my plans like it’s the easiest thing in the world!”
  • “I just didn’t want to be that girl, you know? The girl who does whatever her boyfriend tells her to do because she wants someone else to make all the tough decisions for her.”
  • “I just realized, we’ve been fighting all day.”
  • “I know it freaks you out, but as harsh as it sounds, you’ve just got to get over it.”
  • “This is who you are, and I’m not afraid of you. So you shouldn’t be, either.”
  • “I didn’t know. I guess I should start paying better attention to that.”
  • “You have to pay attention to everything that makes you more powerful.”
  • “Who wouldn’t want fifty French fries? Delicious.”
  • “Did I just freak everyone out?”
  • “There’s nothing wrong with what you can do. There’s nothing wrong with you.”
  • “I need to go home right now.”
  • “I’ll give it right back. I promise.”
  • “I’m sorry. But it was the only way to prove it.”
  • “That will never work on me.”
  • “Promise me that you will speak to me again. Even if it’s just once.”
  • “You don’t understand what’s happening, do you?”
  • “You’re still a virgin, right?”
  • “If you don’t think it’s possible for someone to be driven mad by love, it’s only because you haven’t truly felt it yet.”
  • “But we’re not allowed to have a relationship, are we?”
  • “How’d you sleep?”
  • “It’s not your fault.”
  • “We should take the day off and go shopping, then maybe go out for dinner!”
  • “I just woke up and I’m already exhausted.”
  • “I know it, and I hate it, but I just can’t seem to stop.”
  • “I think you need to cry, even just once. Maybe then you could let it out and feel a little better.”
  • “Are we done here?”
  • “What are you doing here?”
  • “Why didn’t you tell me?”
  • “Why couldn’t you at least explain to me why we couldn’t be together?”
  • “Why didn’t you answer the phone one of the thousand times I’ve called you this past week?”
  • “Stop it! Stop asking me questions when you’re the one with all the answers!”
  • “I can’t lose you.”
  • “I thought if you know how bad it was you’d send me away.”
  • “I didn’t want you to give up hope.”
  • “I can’t do this if you give up on us.”
  • “I’m not talking about running off and doing whatever we want!”
  • “I don’t care how hard being together is, nothing is worse than being apart.”
  • “It’s almost as if we don’t need to live our lives or feel our feelings at all, because someone already told us what the ending was going to be.”
  • “Are you really willing to do this?”
  • “I think I know where you’re going with this, and I don’t think I want to hear you say it.”
  • “What if I wasn’t a virgin?”
  • “Would you stop wanting me if I was with someone else first?”
  • “I don’t just want you. I love you. Big difference.”
  • “You’re not the only one making this decision, you know.”
  • “Is that all you want from me? Sex?”
  • “I just told you I loved you!”
  • “Most of all, I want us to be together.”
  • “Then what’s the plan?”
  • “We can’t be together and we definitely can’t be apart.”
  • “We stick together and play by the rules until we can rewrite them.”
  • “We’re going to find a way to make this work. I promise.”
  • “I think a little cold air will do us good.”
  • “Sure. Because that’s exactly what you and I need – a more romantic setting.”
  • “You actually thought I didn’t know, didn’t you?”
  • “I guess we’re stuck here for a while.”
  • “Where the hell do you think you’re going?”
  • “You want to tell me why you knocked me out and tied me up?”


Feels like hearth ache


- Haunted part 1/ Haunted part 2/ Haunted part 3/ Haunted part 4

Feels like hearth ache part 2


Foreplay *Smut*

Feels like hearth ache part 2


Kai Parker:


I have a great story

Kol Mikaelson:


Drunk & In Love

Scott McCall:

I shouldn’t be this jealous

The scare

Erica Reyes:

Lazy Day

The Bodyguard - Part 5

Luke Hemmings

Part 1 / Part 2 / Part 3 / Part 4

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Luke’s POV

I barely registered the days passing. They blurred into each other, unable to distinguish the day from the night as I slumped in the plastic chairs in the waiting room. I would have realised they were uncomfortable if I felt anything but numbness, apart from the feeling of some kind of void.

One of the boys was there at all times, but they kept swapping to go home and shower and sleep. They forced me a few times, but it never consisted of more than a change of clothes and a shower.

I lived, breathed and hated the hospital.

The boys looked tired, no matter how much they tried to sleep I knew not much was coming to them. Michael in particular had deep purple circles as he had taken the extra guilty role of seeing the alley in the first place, no matter what Calum and Ashton said to him. I said nothing. I didn’t speak the whole time, I just weakly protested in the form of trying to push them off me as they pulled me from the chair.

The boys may have looked bad, but there was probably nothing worse than the sight of me.

I knew my hair was constantly messy and had thick tracks where I had racked my hands through it, my eyes tired and half closed, face pale and gaunt. Sickly looking. Maybe I looked just as dead as she was.

It felt like hours, the seconds in between her feeble gasp of breath and the ambulance arriving. Ashton had sobbed but I just couldn’t stop the choking noise coming out of my tight throat. Her limp body in my arms, her head lolling to the side into me as she paled.

My hand was shakily brushing the hair out of her eyes as if she would wake back up and it would annoy her, my eyes flicking to Ashton as he rocked back, low growls ripping out of his throat.

Calum and Michael rounded back around the corner, the other bodyguards in tow as they all skidded to a halt, the boys immediately faltering to their knees as they watched us in despair.

I had to change positions in the waiting room every few hours to avoid injuring myself. My long legs were out of place, awkwardly shoved in a chair as my hands rubbed over my face. The boys came to join me, slotting in the remaining seats as Calum handed me a coffee.

I gave him an empty smile as I took it, gulping it quickly and not registering the heat as it slipped down my throat.

“Luke Hemmings?” A woman called, not even looking up from her clipboard until I yelped, scrambling up and tripping over the table as I landed at her feet. The boys followed me, hauling me up as I stuttered.

“That’s me.” My voice was hoarse from days of silence, my nerves aching in anticipation.

“You can go in now, room 879. She may still be-” I dashed down the corridor, not staying for her to say ‘asleep’ as I scanned every number passing.


879. I froze; hand on the doorknob as the boys caught up to me, watching me nervously. I hesitated slightly as Michael gave me a soft nudge, pushing to open it as I held my breath.

She was still pale, but still beautiful, and my heart pounded at the sound of a steady beep meaning she was still very much alive. The boys grinned at each other as we walked quietly, arranging ourselves around the bed. I sat at her immediately right, elbows on knees as I chewed my lip, watching her. Her hair was sprawled around her as her chest rose and fell softly. I scanned her body, noticing her hand at her side as I gently picked it up, jumping at the coldness of it as I intertwined our fingers.

I brought it to my lips, briefly kissing it as I started to slowly rub it, the boys smiling as I finally settled down comfortably for the first time in days.

“Uh, I was thinking, wondering actually, if we could maybe see about delaying the tour for a little while?” I coughed as the boys all smiled softly at each other.

“One step ahead of you mate.” Calum grinned.

“We already talked to Paul. He’s talking to the date guys.” Ashton rubbed the bridge of his nose as I sighed in relief.

“Good. I don’t know if I’m ready for another bodyguard, it’s just best that we delay it.”

“You better not be talking about the tour.” A groan caused us all to look down in shock, a slight squeeze in my hand making a surprised laugh escape my lips. Y/N scrunched her nose up, blinking at the dimmed lights of the room.

“Y/N!” Michael yelped, all three of them standing back up to crowd around the bed. She beamed up at us as I rapidly tried to blink away my tears.

“Listen to me right now. Do. Not. Delay. This. Tour. I will kill you, and then this whole thing will be pointless.” She giggled slightly as I bit my lip again, swallowing hard. Her eyes scanned us, settling on my face last as she fell quiet, and a crooked smile met her lips.

“We’ll give you guys some time. Coffee anyone?” Michael pushed Ashton and Calum out of the room, winking at me as I sat gently on the side of the bed. We sat in silence for a few minutes, until I finally found the courage to meet her eyes, words falling out of my mouth.

“I’m sorry I didn’t do more.” Her brows knitted together as she tried to interrupt, my choke stopping her. “I could have done more. You almost died.”

“I didn’t die.” She said softly as I dropped her hand and went to the chair next to her instead.

“God damn it, Y/N, you almost died. Because of us. Because of me.” Tears finally broke free of my eyes as she fought to grab my chin, pushing my gaze back up to her.

“Because I didn’t follow job procedure. I didn’t survey the situation. Because they didn’t follow job procedure. Because they left me with you all. Because dark alleys are the shittest idea ever in daytime, never mind night. Because I wasn’t going to let him hurt you.” Her fingers clasped mine.

“Because I didn’t follow procedure, but I wanted to still do my job, protecting you. Because you can tell me that I saved you, so it was your fault? No. I chose to save you, and I’m never going to regret that. Because if he had hurt you, because you did something brave and something that saved me, something that I taught you, I would never forgive myself. So it was really, a selfish act for me.” Tears ran down her face too, my thumb going to gently wipe them away.

“I don’t care what you say, Y/N. If I can delay this tour, I will. Because I can’t have another bodyguard. I won’t.”

“Still stubborn, I see. But I’d want me too. We’re a pretty badass pair, Luke.” A laugh finally rose in my chest, a smile really crossing my face as I scooted the chair closer to her.

“And my mom is in love with you.” She laughed, her eyes crinkling as I played with her fingers.

“Seriously. Like she didn’t like you enough. Though to be honest, you’re popular with everyone at the moment. Parents, friends, fans. They all want to know the girl who saved the four idiots chasing cats in dark alleyways.”

“Cats are great though. Speaking of cats…” She trailed off, biting her lip. “Mikey blames himself, doesn’t he?” I nodded slightly as she sighed. “I thought so. He almost looks as bad as you, which, by the way, I don’t understand. Why do you look so shit? I didn’t go through all this just so both of us could look terrible.” Her jokes warmed me, finally pushing out the cold that had settled in my bones.

“I was worried about you.” She rolled her eyes.

“Would you worry about any of the other bodyguards like this? You’ve really freaked yourself out, Lu.” My mind raced as I looked around the room hurriedly.

It’s not fair, to tell her. You know that. That’s going to jeopardise her job if you tell her. Not to mention the fact that she won’t feel the same. It’ll make everything awkward, and you’ll loose the best thing that ever happened to you, whether it was only a friendship or more.

“Not fair.” I muttered to myself as she frowned.

“What’s not fair, Lu? Any reason you’ve been silent for a while?” I broke free of my thoughts as I shook my head, realising that I had said it aloud. She pouted as she poked my arm.

“You know, you shouldn’t have been scared because you didn’t think you could save me.” My eyebrows shot up as I remembered what I had gasped to her as I thought she was dying.

“You remember that?” She nodded, smiling softly.

“Of course I do. You were so brave, I’m really proud of you.” My cheeks flushed at her compliments.

“Not as brave as you. You weren’t scared at all.”

“I was. I wasn’t scared for me, though. I was scared for you guys.” She squeezed her eyes shut as she yawned, her hand covering her mouth.

“Why?” I gave her a confused stare as she laughed a little.

“Because people would really, really care if you were gone. I don’t just mean fans or anything; I mean your families are spectacular. I’ve never seen so much love. It would really hurt them.” I stood up abruptly, going back for the bed seat as our faces were close together.

“You don’t think people would be hurt if you were gone? Maybe you don’t have a fan base, and your family are idiots, but you have four guys who would care a damn lot. It doesn’t how many people you have, its who. To the world you might be one person but to one person you might be the world.” I rambled on as I sighed, breaking my speech to meet her eyes solidly. Here goes nothing.

“And I’m that person.”


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Created By Danuta720

Shopping - Entertainment

Created for: The Sims 4
Feel free to commercial town, which also includes part of the entertainment.
On the property are:
- Newsstand
- Bridal boutique
- hall weddings
- Restaurant
- Coffee shop
- Grocery store
and: Kitchen, 3 bathroom’s, living room, bedroom.


CHAPTER UPDATE! I’m sorry for the delay in chapter updates, I’ve been quite busy with college but I hope to find more time for writing in the next week. This chapter is a long one, which I hope you all enjoy! I certainly had fun writing it! As always, feedback is welcomed and does encourage me to update faster! (also, I know I stated in previous chapter that Claire lived in apartment, I’ve decided to change it to a house. I have plans for the future and you’ll understand once you’ve read this chapter, hopefully!)



As Claire takes Jamie back to her home, they have time to learn more about one another, with Jamie learning even more about the century he’s in and together they try to put together a plan to get Jamie back to his own time. However, the longer Claire spends around the mysterious Scotsman, the more she feels their connection deepening, and the struggle to remain faithful to her own husband who’s currently off at war, grows even harder still.

PAIRING: Claire x Jamie.
RATING: Mature.

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