Queen of Asgard (part 5)
(Loki x Reader)
“How could you do that to me?” Loki said pacing around the room.
“You said I could approve whatever I want.”
“Yes, but a birthday party really? I am not going to do that!”
“You already agreed.”
“No I did not, you did!” He yelled.
“Yeah but in your name soooo…”
Damn it Y/N. I’m the untrustworthy one in this relationship!“
"Seems like you misjudged me a little. I bet that doesn’t happen too often.” You laughed,
“Besides I’m pretty sure my brother doesn’t actually want you anyway near our cousin so you get to annoy him and I have a chance to visit earth.”
“You don’t like it here?” Loki asked you.
“I do, that’s not how I meant it. It’s just not my home. Or at least not yet.” You answered.
“I understand, trust me.”
You dragged Loki, under protest all the way, to the bifrost where Heimdall opened it for you.
Tony had come to pick you up. You were sitting in the car between your brother and Loki neither of them very happy. They were both looking out the window trying their best to ignore the other.
“Ok guys that’s ridiculous, you can’t act like this all the time.” You told them.
“I very well can. I am a king.” Loki answered with a childish defiance.
“I think you’ll like my cousin very much since you’re evidently on the same level. She likes to play princess, too.”
Tony laughed at your remark, while Loki sent him a glare.
“Oh and you dear brother, I so hope you didn’t buy her something ludicrous like a spaceship again. Cause I am the one who has to apologize to our aunt.” You said to your brother.
This time Loki looked amused and Tony the one who was sulking.
“We’re here so get out Loki.” You said to him when he wouldn’t leave the car on his own.
“Do I have to?” He sighed.
“Yes. Yes you do.”
“You owe me for that. Don’t think you’ll get away with this.”
“Fine, fine just move, come on.” You pushed him out of the door.
The house was full with children running around and adults trying to find a quiet place for themselves. Your aunt came to greet you when you entered.
“My dear niece. How have you been. I missed you.” She said to you lovingly. Your aunt had always liked you, “And Tony.” Not so much your brother. She loved him, like she did both of you but he had always caused her a lot of nerves when you were children.
“This must be your handsome husband. You really should have invited us but I guess it can’t be helped since the wedding was in England.” Your aunt went on.
You leaned to the side and whispered to Tony.
“What exactly did you tell her I was doing?”
“I said you married a rich, royal british guy.”
“You’re kidding right?”
“No I’m not. I couldn’t tell her you were teleported to asgard to marry the god of mischief who tried to enslave humanity, could I sis?”
“Well, when you say it like this…”
Your cousin came running towards you when she saw you. You hugged her and lifted her up.
“Happy birthday, Gwen.”
“Thank you!” She responded happily.
She went over to Tony and greeted him. The two were whispering to each other, your aunt looked worried already.
Last time, Tony had taken her to the museu, just not actually in the museum. They had been wandering around on the roof and someone had filmed it, which your aunt later saw and freaked.
She came back to you and looked at Loki.
“Is this your magician boyfriend?” She asked. You couldn’t help but laugh.
“Yep that’s him.” You answered. Loki looked so freaking pissed at everything that was going on, it was hilarious to you.
“Can you summon a unicorn? She asked him. He looked so done but answered anyway.
"Do you want one?”
“That’s too bad. Guess we can’t always get what we want.”
“Loki!” You nudged him into his side and sent him an agry look. He sighed dramatically.
“I’ll look what I can do, tiny human.”
Somehow Loki hadn’t been able to say no to your aunt, so now he was standing in front of roughly 12 kids putting on a magic show for them.
There were fireworks and glitter flying around everywhere. An actual unicorn was running through the garden too. Not just the kids were impressed, everyone else as well. No wonder. It was real magic after all.
The children loved him and after he was finished they were all gathering around him, talking and laughing.
“Get away from me you little gremlins.” He looked around lost, “Y/N, do something!”
“Why didn’t you want an army?” You said smirking.
“That’s not funny what am I supposed to do with these creatures.”
“I’m sure you’ll think of something.” You said and waved before walking back to the house, leaving him surronded by children.
When you came back a few minutes later, drink in hand, they were all sitting together in a circle. Loki was telling them a story and for the first time today everyone was quite. Your worries were for naught, he could handle himself quite well by the looks of it.
It was getting late, most people were already gone so you decided to leave as well. Your cousin came to say goodbye. She hugged Loki. He looked really surprised and a bit… embarrassed?
“That wasn’t so bad now, was it?” You asked Loki when you were walking back to the palace.
“Don’t ever make me do something like that again and I’m not forgetting this I will pay you back.”
“Oh come on don’t be salty you had fun too.”
“I had not.”
You ran ahead and screamed back at him.
“You totally did, princess.”