Prompt: Reader is an FBI Special Agent who arrests the
four Horsemen along with Agent Fuller after they robbed the bank. Unfortunately
Reader has met Jack before and they develop a love-hate-relationship.
Authors note: So this is the first imagine I´m putting up on this blog. I had this idea in my head for quite a long time now and I finally wrote it. It got pretty long tho so I forced myself to stop at one point. Since I´m having a lot more ideas for this story there´s probably gonna be a Part 2. I´m sorry for any typos but its currently 4am and I just spent about 3 hours on this so I don’t really feel like editing it right now. I hope whoever reads this likes it tho.
Fandom: Now you see me
Pairing: Jack Wilder x Reader
Warning: There´s like one cuss word
Word Count: 1.622
let´s get those magicians”, I said to Agent Fuller and the rest of our team. We
were at the Aria Hotel ready to arrest the so called Horsemen for robbing a bank
at their show last night. I had to admit that I thought Fuller was just messing
with me when he told me about them. I mean magicians?
C´mon these guys are entertainers. However it didn´t matter what they are. What
matters is that they somehow managed to rob a bank in Paris from a Las Vegas
stage in less than 10 minutes. We were
standing in front of their door silently nodding at each other and then I
kicked the door open.
“FBI! Hands where I
can see them!” Fuller and I screamed at the same time. I don’t know what I was
expecting but definitely not this. The Horsemen didn’t even flinch. It was as
if they were already expecting us. Merritt McKinney was lying on a couch
reading and not even bothering to put his book down. It took Agent Fuller to
scream at him again so that he let the book rest on his chest and held his
hands up. Daniel Atlas was standing at the window with a deck of cards in his
hands. At least he put his hands up even though I did not like that smug look
on his face. Jack Wilder was what it looked like sleeping on a chair with his
feet on a table. I walked over to him with my gun pointed at his chest as he
put his hands in the air. He looked rather bored but as soon as he saw me a
grin spread on his face.
“(Y/N), good to see you again. Look, about that last-“
“It´s Agent (Y/L/N) to you”, I cut him
off. “C´mon are we really going to the last name calling? It´s not like I don´t
know you.” The other Agents gave me questioning looks I simply decided to
ignore. I hadn’t told them that I knew Jack Wilder. After all it was none of
I met him on my way home a few weeks ago when he `accidentally`
bumped into me and wanted to apologize by showing me a little card trick. I
like magicians and on top of that he was very handsome so I let him. He told me
to pick a card, put it back into the deck and then he started to shuffle it.
Jack by the way.” His smile was contagious. “(Y/N)” I replied while he cut the
deck with one hand and one card shot out of the middle right into his hand. “Is
this your card?” I couldn’t help but grin at him. “This is a phone number.” “Yeah it is and you´re free to keep it”
His smile was actually the cutest one I had seen in a very long time. “You know, you said you were going to show me
a card trick to make up for bumping into me. You still don´t know what my card
was though so I guess I can´t call you because you didn´t keep your promise
which doesn´t change anything about you being that asshole who almost made me
fall onto the ground and I´m afraid you being so utterly handsome still doesn´t
make up for it.” I crossed my arms smiling at him and waiting for his next
He did look surprised for a split second but his grin didn’t vanish. “Well,
if you insist.” With a swift movement of his hand the phone number turned into
my card - the ace of hearts – with the slight difference of a number being
written across the middle of it. “Now, was this your card?” A laugh escaped my
lips and I grabbed the card saying: “I guess it was even though I like this
version much better.” He wasn´t that much taller than me but that didn’t change
the fact that he was looking down at me with a huge smile across his lips. He
was just about to say something opening his mouth but I grabbed his wrist and put
it quite high on his back. My smile had faded and so had his. Instead he looked
“Woah, hey, hold on, hold on.” I kept quiet for a little longer
wanting to hear his excuse. “Were you just trying to steal my wallet?” I asked
him not very friendly. Yes, he was handsome and yes, I did enjoy that little
flirt but I would not let him steal from me. “What? Why would you think that?
I-“ I cut him off getting tired of this. “I´m going to stop you right there. I
am an FBI Special Agent and I don’t like it when the bad guys are lying to me.
Are you doing this to all the girls? Now listen to me very closely. I will let
go of you and you won´t run away, do you understand?” He made a huffed noise
which I took as a yes. I let go of his arms and he turned around to face me.
No apology?” I asked arms crossed once again. “You´re from the FBI?” He asked
in awe and I had to keep myself of smiling at him because he just looked too
cute with disbelief plastered all over his face. “Does that sound like an
apology to you?” I must have looked intimidating because after a few seconds of
staring at him he sighed and opened his mouth for what I was expecting an
apology. “I´m sorry, (Y/N), but I didn’t try to steal anything from you.” That
made me raise up my eyebrows. He was actually going to stick to that story. I
knew exactly that he wanted to steal my wallet and yet here he stood telling me
he didn’t. Pathetic.
“Don´t lie to me,
Jack. I know what you were about to do but I´m FBI. I don’t deal with
pick-pocketers and it´s been a long day so I really wish this wouldn´t have
happened. I like you, Jack, and trust me I would´ve called but whatever. Just
go now.” His eyebrows went up in surprise. “Are you serious?” “I am but if I ever
see you again I promise you I will put you in handcuffs.” A smile started to
form on his face and I couldn´t help but smile back. Even if it was just a
small smile. “Either way it was still a pleasure to meet you, (Y/N).” “Wish I
could say the same thing about you, Jack.” With a last smile and a wink he
turned around and walked away.
And that´s the story of how I met Jack Wilder. I
didn´t know he was one of the Four Horsemen but when Fuller showed me their
faces I thought one of them looked oddly familiar and when he told me his name
was Jack Wilder I immediately recognized him as the guy who had tried to steal
my wallet weeks ago. I had to admit that it was nice seeing his face again. The
circumstances weren´t so nice though.
“Like I said, it´s Agent (Y/L/N).” Just
in that moment Henley Reeves appeared at the stairs putting on her jacket
causing almost all Agents to point their weapons at her. “Do one of you guys
mind giving as a hand with our bags?” She asked while she put her hands up. I
didn´t like the tone of her voice but it wouldn´t be of any use to call her out
on it so I just focused my attention back to Jack. “Let`s go”, Fuller said and
I grabbed Jacks arms making him stand up so I could put him into handcuffs.
time we saw each other you did promise me you would put me into handcuffs, I just
thought my charm would prevent you from doing so and instead you´d go on an
actual date with me”, he said while I walked him out of the hotel room and led
him downstairs. “Shut up, Wilder.” I couldn´t have him talk to me like that in
front of my fellow agents or they would start questioning my authority. “No, I´m
serious. I really wanted to ask you out but then that happened. I guess some would say it was the universe that
brought us here together once again, don´t you think so?” He was messing with
me just like McKinney was messing with Fuller but somehow he managed to get the
idea of going on a date with him into my head and I couldn´t stop thinking
about it. “I said shut the fuck up!” “Hey, no need to scream. I was just
stating the fact that I find you very attractive, alright. However I already
made myself clear about that last time, didn´t I?”
These Horsemen had all of
this planned, I could feel it. None of them were surprised or showed even the
slightest change of emotion when we entered their room and now they were all
talking to us as if we were not arresting them. Something was going on and I did
not like it. When I sat back in the car next to Fuller he was giving me a
questioning look. “Drive.” I didn´t feel like talking right now especially because
I knew that he wanted to talk about Jack Wilder and if I did I might
accidentally tell him something I didn´t want to speak out loud. Jack Wilder
had been spinning around my head since the day I first met him and seeing him
again like this didn´t make things any easier for me. God forbid when I need to
I hummed quietly as I made my way down the street, my combat boots making a satisfying noise against the pavement. A tarot card sat in my back pocket, somehow mocking me with every step I took towards the mysterious address. I was doubting that this was real. My mind was mocking me, telling me it was just a joke, that I wasn’t good enough to be successful as a magician. These are the times when I miss Danny the most. When my insecurities are at the forefront of my mind, when I can’t seem to grip onto reality hard enough. He was always there for me. We’d grown up together, been best friends throughout every up and down our lives had to offer. I remembered that he used to zip up my jacket when I couldn’t, and had walked with me back towards our homes after a day at the fair. We’d always been so close, practically attached at the hip. But when we’d gone to college? Things changed. We grew apart, spent less time together, hardly ever conversed. Then we stopped talking altogether. I haven’t heard from him or seen him since. Honestly I missed having him in my life, especially now when it seemed as though my world was crumbling around me. My parents had died, I’d lost my job, I couldn’t pay the rent, so I had to bunk with an old college buddy I’d kept in touch with. Becoming a street magician had helped me regain my footing, but times were hard, and I wished I had the person that knew me best. I sighed as I looked up at the apartment building, pulling the tarot card from my pocket and rechecking that I was at the right address.
“Excuse me, are you going in?” I looked behind me to see a young man, younger than myself, sorting a leather jacket and a gentlemanly smile.
“Oh, yes, I’m sorry.” I began to move up the stairs, the man soon in step beside me.
“Did you get one of these too?” He asked, holding up his own card. I nodded.
“Jack Wilder.” He stopped, holding out his hand. I took it with a slight smile of my own.
“Y/N Y/L/N” We continued to walk together, but I soon stopped as we heard other voices ahead. Jack however, wasn’t deterred by them and continued on.
“No way. J Daniel Atlas?!” I stopped at Jacks shocked voice, gulping as I stood frozen to my spot. It took me a moment, but I soon found myself stepping into view of four other people.
“Danny?” I breathed, watching as the man in question turned to face me, his eyes blowing wide.
“Y/N” I smiled wide as I walked towards him, throwing my arms around his waist. He didn’t hesitate to hug back, holding my smaller frame close to his as his lips hit my head. I knew then that everything was going to be alright. With him next to me again, nothing bad could happen.
The apartment was cold when I woke up, the warm body next to me doing nothing to help. I pulled myself from bed, leaning over to kiss his forehead before pulling on sweats and his jacket, the cool leather making me shiver for a moment. I stumbled towards the kitchen, rubbing the sleep from my eyes as I went. I could hear the others talking as I made myself coffee, and I felt them staring as I curled into the couch upon reaching the living room.
“Isn’t that Jack’s jacket?” Merritt asked, smirking to himself.
“Did you sleep in his room last night?” It was now Henley’s turn, and I sighed, but internally laughed. I couldn’t believe it had taken them this long to figure out.
“Yep.” Danny’s eyes widened and I laughed out loud at his surprise.
“Are you two together?” He asked, and I saw Jack smiling in the doorway as he made his way over to me, throwing his arm over my shoulders as he sat down beside me.
“Yep” we said in unison, smiling at each other before we kissed softly, a mere peck that made it as if we’d been together for years. The rest of the horsemen gaped and I grinned, shaking my head.
“For three of the most intellectual people on the planet, you sure are clueless.” Jack laughed beside me as I snuggled next to him, closing my eyes as I rested for awhile longer, the rich smell of his cologne and leather surrounding me.