Judging Books By Covers
TITLE: Judging Books By Covers
CHAPTER NO./ONE SHOT: Chapter Nineteen
Imagine Loki is cast out into a castle in his Jotun form, under a spell that will return him to his Aesir one if he learns to accept himself for who he is, not what he looks like, and can find another who will do the same. Angry and repulsed by his own appearance, Loki fears he will live out his days as the monster he so greatly loathes.
The knife pierced Loki’s skin; it was his shoulder that it struck first, so not an area that was life threatening, there were no major organs for the blade to hit. He had been wounded in battle before, it was never a pleasant experience to be injured, but it was more than survivable. He was small built for an Aesir warrior but he was far more formidable than most gave him credit for, even Odin had had to begrudgingly admit that Loki was one of Asgard’s greatest fighters. And after the torture he endured from the Other and Thanos, he was convinced no pain would ever truly hurt him again. He had been grievously mistaken.