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Title: Secondhand Memories
Character: Shaun Murphy
A/n: A short story to help pass the time till the next episode. But there actually isn’t a lot of reader/shaun interaction in this one, but i’m willing to do a second part that elaborates more on it if anyone wants it!

Shaun didn’t see you in the morning like he always did. Usually, he’d walk in to find you balancing a cup of coffee on a closed binder of charts, or twirling a pen in between your fingers while you spoke to one of the other doctors.

Today though, he came through the usual doors at his usual time and looked around for you. He was pretty excited to tell you about the nice elderly lady on the bus who called him handsome. But the whole front lobby was absent of your presence.

It was a bit alarming at first, but then he saw Claire walk over and place a stack of multi-colored binders onto the receptionists desk.

“Good morning, Dr. Browne.” Shaun said once he walked up to her, looking up from his hands to smile at her. “You look nice today, have you seen Dr. (L/n)?”

Claire looked up at him, surprised that he was even talking to her after their other failed attempts at having conversations with one another. “Oh hey, yeah she called in today. I didn’t hear why though.”

“Do you think she’s sick?” Shaun asked, thinking back on last night and if you were showing any other symptoms during the car ride to his house.

Claire smiled. “I wouldn’t worry too much, she’ll be fine. I’m just glad she’s resting, (Y/n) forgets to take care of herself sometimes and then it just all catches up to her. It’s not very healthy but she’s been doing it for as long as I’ve known her.”

Shaun tilted his head, he didn’t know that about you. “Could you tell me more about Doctor (L/n)? You seem to know her best.”

Claire quirked an eyebrow, usually when people started asking personal questions about you, it was almost always because they were trying to get on your good side before poorly attempting to seduce you.

But this was Shaun.

“Well, that’s a pretty heavy question,” She observed, tapping the end of her pen on the papers. “She’s brilliant, like the rest of the doctors I know, but special in her own way.”

“If she’s like the rest of the doctors you know, what makes her special? Doesn’t that suggest that she is on the same level with her coworkers?” Shaun asked, watching on as Claire flipped through her patient charts.

Claire looked over at him and blinked. “That’s not what I meant, it’s just-” She stopped herself, mouth still opened as she clicked her pen, trying to conduct the words. “It’s kind of hard to explain.”

“Can you try?” Shaun pushed, there was a lot about you that he didn’t know, but wanted to. He was never good at getting to know people, and he was often too afraid to bring up conversations with those he wanted to. Talking to someone who knew you felt more secure than trying to ask you in person, at least to him.

She smiled at him. “Yeah, sure,” Claire was silent again, but then her eyes got a certain glimmer to them when she began to think back at her time at med school with you. “(Y/n) and I have known each other for a really long time, but when we first started out, as interns,” She looked up to find him listening intently, leaning closer as he tried to take in the information.

“We really never got to do much, scutwork and looking in on surgeries from the background. But there was this one time when I was chosen to be on one of the attending surgeons teams and she was scrubbing in to observe like usual. Long story short, it went horribly wrong, and I started to panic. Everything was sort of coming at me full force and I was genuinely stuck,”

There was another pause, and a soft smile took up her face. “And then (Y/n) comes up to me, and she started talking me through it in this real soft and gentle voice. Asking me what I remembered and what I could do to solve the problem. There was a man dying right in front of her and she was the calmest I’d ever seen her, she had the same amount of experience I had, but it was like she knew exactly what to say and do to help me. It was amazing, and she’s still like that now.”

Shaun looked down at his hands, too sheepish to meet her gaze. “I don’t really understand.”

Claire smiled, a reddish hue on her face as she folded up her charts and tucked them under her arms. “Like I said, it’s hard to explain. Maybe you’ll get to see it in action and then it’ll make more sense, I’ll meet you in the OR, Dr. Murphy.”

ISAAC LAHEY X READER 

DIFFERENT

Request:  Hey can you do a Isaac imagine where your bestfriends before the bite and after he starts acting like an ass to you so you call him out on it and tell him that the person in front of you isn’t your bestfriend. You can decide how it ends thanks loves 💚🖤

gif cred: @sincerelystiles

 

Her head spun, cool wind whipping against her cheekbones as she sprinted through the green underbrush, her eyes reflecting the stars in the sky, lungs filling with the scent of fresh pines. She continued to run, to press on until her legs ached and her chest heaved with the need for oxygen, stopping to sink onto a patch of dirt that had a vantage point over the forest, giving her a birds eye view of the trees which were cloaked in inky darkness. The girl outstretched her legs, fingers sinking in the soil, and eyes fluttering closed while she took in the sweet release of peace and quiet, soon to be broken by an aggravated werewolf.

“(Y/N),” came a voice from behind her.

She flinched, blinking through her long lashes to get a look at the person who stood shrouded in moonlight.

“Isaac? What are you doing here?” she asked with intrigue.

He sunk down beside her, his eyes forward, “I could ask you the same.” A starry glow settled over his defined facial structure, blue eyes glowing vibrantly under the diamond dotted sky.

“Oh?” she responded in confusion. “I’ve just been feeling really weighed down recently, what with,” she paused a moment, “you know, everything that’s been going on.”

“You mean you becoming a werewolf,” Isaac grumbled.

“Yes, that. I guess I just needed to get out, escape it all for a little while,” she sighed, not picking up on the bitterness in Isaac’s voice.

“Yeah, well you can’t escape it. This sticks with you, and it’ll stay that way for the rest of you’re life, so don’t think you can just run through the forest and lose that part of you with the wind,” he said flatly.

She stared at the stone faced boy who sat beside her, and he continued on ignoring her gaze and running his fingers through his honey hair with agitation.

“I…um, okay?” she managed at last.

“That’s it? Okay?” Isaac snapped, turning to her and staring daggers into her bewildered expression.

“I don’t know what you want me to say,” she admitted. “I was just taking a breather to clear my mind, alright?”

“Yeah well maybe you should realize that coming out here at night will do nothing to change the fact that you’re life is over, and it has been from the second you were bit,” Isaac fired back, his jaw pulsating.

Her brows arched, lips parting in surprise, “excuse me?!”

Isaac tilted his face in towards hers, his voice soft and dangerous, “you heard me.”

She stood at once, kicking up dirt and spinning on her heel, her head tilted to the canvas in the sky as she took in shaky breaths and tried with all her might to calm her heartbeat.

“Feel that?” he whispered from behind her. “Heart racing, anger flaring, and that urge that’s begging you to turn right now? Just some of the perks of being a monster.”

“Stop it,” she commanded, her fists balling, nails pinching at her flesh as they extended outwards.

“Go on, let yourself do it. Or don’t. It’s not like you have the self restraint anyways,” he dared.

“SHUT UP!” she bellowed, turning and throwing a fist out towards the werewolf, who instantly caught her blow in his palm.

“Nice try,” he smirked with amusement, “rookie effort.”

She let a soft growl, a rumble gathering in her chest, fangs sinking into her tongue as they peeked out.

“Good, you’re angry,” he sighed with false pity. “It’s too easy with you.”

“Stop it,” she commanded through a ragged breath.

“Or what? You’ll fail at me again?” he breathed.

She looked at the boy in front of her, the one with the strong exterior but soft spot in his heart. She wanted to see him, his cute little smile and bouncy little curls, but she only saw a stranger under the moonlight.

“Just admit it, you’re too pathetic to ever survive our lifestyle,” he snapped.

“Stop,” she said again, her nostrils flaring as she pushed down the pain in her chest.

“Make me,” he dared.

Her eyes flared a bright copper color, claws extending, teeth protruding, and a growl emerging from her lips. She threw out a fist, but Isaac easily ducked, his head bent to the ground, and when it lifted again, his normally bright blue eyes mimicked her own. He lunged forward and aimed a fist at her, but she twisted his wrist back before he could make contact, causing him to wince out in pain. He fought back harder this time, his knee coming to her stomach and making her stumble back, the wind being forced out of her. She snarled and raked her claws against his flesh, but only enough to scrape at his skin.

“Come on,” he panted, “I know you could hurt me right now, and yet you haven’t.”

She went to slash at him again, but when he simply stood there as if to let her, withdrew her claws and pulled away.

“Why won’t you do it?” has asked, his golden eyes narrowing.

She only shook her head in response.

“DO IT,” he screamed, sending a punch at her jaw.

But she didn’t withdraw, she just stood there as his fist made contact with her face, hoping he wouldn’t do it, and crying out with anguish when he did. Her jaw was broken, and even though she could feel it healing at once, it still hurt like hell. The girl whimpered and hobbled away from Isaac, clutching at her face and sinking to the ground as a fresh waved of tears begged for escape behind her closed eyes, her fangs and teeth receding at once. She did not welcome the sobs that came, aware it only made her look even weaker, but she also didn’t accept the hand that came to her shoulder.

“You won, okay? Now leave me alone,” she said through a broken sob, her knees tucked to her chest.

“(Y/N)…” Isaac started unsurely.

“LEAVE!” she screeched, causing him to step back in alarm. “If you want me out of your life so badly, just do it already. I would’ve cared if it was Isaac Lahey, my best friend,” she whimpered, “but you’re not him. Not since I turned, at least.”

“I just-” Isaac began again.

“Don’t,” she begged softly.

Isaac gulped down the lump in his throat, giving a shake of his head, blonde curls spilling over his forehead.

“I don’t know what happened to you, Isaac, but this isn’t you. I don’t know why you hate me because you know I-I never wanted this. I d-didn’t want to be a werewolf, but now I have to be, because I got lucky enough to have a second chance at living, and I thought you of all people would want that for me. But I guess I was wrong, and you’d rather have me dead.” She lifted her head, steely eyes staring forward.

“I don’t want that,” he whispered, almost inaudibly.

“Then what happened!?” she stood, spinning to face the somber looking boy. “What happened to our little moments, our talks, our hugs, our laughs? Did they all die with me?” she panted softly.

Isaac’s eyes softened with sadness, “I don’t know.”

“So that’s it then? I lost my best friend with no explanation as to why?”

He shook his head, blinking through his lashes, his jaw pulsating lightly.

“Fine,” she turned to leave with a bitter chuckle.

“Wait,” he begged, voice breaking.

She stopped in her tracks, listening.

“I know you never wanted to be a werewolf, but…neither did I. When I found out what happened to you, I just- I broke inside. Not because of anything you’d done, but because of my own selfishness. I never wanted this for you because you don’t deserve it, you deserved the world, and you were so close to having it in your hands. You had a whole life ahead of you, one you worked so hard for, one you should’ve had, but instead you got this, you got-” he paused, tears leaking from his eyes, his lower lip quivering, “you got me.”

She turned slowly, looking at the broken boy who stood before her.

“I mean when I turned I had nothing but a life of no purpose, and a father who made me fear for my existence, I was already gone,” he trembled. “But not you. You were good, and you had friends, family, good grades, and a good life. I knew that becoming a werewolf meant all of that would change for you, and nothing would ever be the same again. I guess I just thought the best way for you to go on was without a person like me in your life, a person with nothing to offer you but more pain, and the easiest way for me to do that is if you hated me, which you do now.”

He took in a shaky breath, “I’m so sorry.”

She stared at him, tears streaming down her cheeks, not giving another moment of hesitation before she launched herself into Isaac’s chest, her arms flying around his neck and face burrowing into his collarbone. He froze for a second with surprise before he relaxed around her, arms around her waist and squeezing her tightly into him. 

“You were always good enough for me, Isaac Lahey,” she breathed into him.

He placed his chin atop her head, silent tears pooling in his eyes as he brought his hand to her hair and ran his slender fingers through her locks, his throat closing up.

“And you were right. With everything that’s been going on, I’m- I’m scared,” she mumbled into him. “And that’s why I need my best friend now more than ever. Because despite everything, you’ve always remained the one constant in my life, and you’re…” she trailed off.

“What?” he murmured, releasing her as his hands came to cup either side of her face so he could get a good look at her.

“You’re my anchor,” she whispered.

He used his thumb to brush the tears away from her eyes, his touch comforting to her cold flesh.

“I will never leave you. Ever.”

Her own hand came to lace through Isaac’s fingers, “promise?”

“I promise you,” he said. “And I will do everything I can to help you, to make sure you get that life you so dearly deserve.”

She bent forward, touching her forehead gently to his, unsure of what to say anymore. Isaac’s bright blue eyes bore into her own, causing her heart to flutter, and the ground to spin beneath her. 

“Trying to let go of you only taught me my greatest fear,” he said softly, after a long silence.

“And what’s that?” she asked.

“Losing you.”

Title: Anyone But You, Pt 1

Author: mylittleACobsession

A/N: This is another one shot for @imakemyownblog who requested the following:

“Could I pretty please get a Jacob oneshot where the reader is a high-ranking member of the Blighters and one day they have to face down with each other, not realizing that they were childhood friends until the actual fight? To make it interesting, Jacob had a huge crush on them? XD Pretty please & thank you! <3”

Given the amount here that I want to play with, I’m actually breaking this one into multiple parts.


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Word count: 3098

You get Kai out of prison world but he’s afraid you’ll hurt him, so you write him a letter saying you love him

‘Ok, truth or dare?’ Kai stated the question, pulling his legs closer to his body. 

‘Truth!’ You said enthusiasticly and showed him a big smiles, twirling a small flower with your fingers, that you pulled out od the grass surrounding you. 

'When was the last time you used magic?’ Kai asked and a smile immediately started fading away from your face, replacing with sadness and maybe even a little pain in your eyes. You looked down at your hand and a small yellow flower that was starting to lose its beautiful shape, drying as you plucked a few petals off. 

'I can’t even remember. You know that, they aren’t exactly sure if they should even give me any magic. They say I’m a freak. Some parents, huh?’ You added and threw the flower a few feet away from you and then picked up a different one, fresh and beautifully colored. 

'You know you’re not a freak. You’re just…different. Like me and there’s nothing wrong with that. Hey, if you ask me, I think we’re gonna rule the world someday and show everyone that we’re not a threat or anything. You’ll see. It will get better.’ Kai trailed off and caressed your hand a few times, assuring you that there was nothing to worry about. You chuckled and smiled at him again, his beautiful blue eyes staring deeply into yours. 

'You’re always so positive about everything.' 

'I try to be. It’s not like I have anyone else to help me up when I’m down or someone who could tell me that I’m not an abomination and that I should show everyone how beautiful my powers are.’ He cleared his throat and smiled for a brief second before he looked down at his hands and kept quiet for what it seemed like hours. You knew how hard his life was and how hard his family was on him. It hurt you to see him like that and you did everything to make him feel better. 

'Hey. Like you said. We will rule the world someday and it will be awesome. Because, let’s face it, no one is as cool as we are. Hello, we can absorb magic and it’s unique and beautiful, so, screw them.’ You chuckled at your words, finding it a bit weird because you haven’t cursed in your life a lot. It was how you were raised. To be polite and always use the right words, but the conditions you were in, sometimes those words were the only ones that matched the situation. 

'Wow, who is this girl? I don’t know her. You know, you should curse more often, it’s kinda hot.’ Kai teased you as you leaned in and hit his arm playfully, Kai acting like it hurt but then both of you started laughing and laid down on the big blanket that was spread over a beautiful green grass filled with tiny little flowers that you used to practice magic on. When you had magic, it was the most exciting thing ever. You came to a field which was field with flowers, but when they became withered, you used your magic to bring them back to life. Even though you were using your magic for a good cause, your family still thought that you should be restrained from that and try to act like a normal human being. It wasn’t as easy as everyone thought. There were days when you felt like you were on fire, but they didn’t care. That’s why you had Kai by your side. You were a siphon and so was he and that’s what brought you together. Throughout the years, you became very close to him. You did everything together, but lately you were starting to grow some feelings for him. One night, you went to his house and waited for him on the swing where you would always hang out. You waited for him for almost an hour and he didn’t show up. You didn’t understand why until you heard someone screaming in the woods not too far from his home. You ran as fast as you could and hid behind a big tree, but still had a perfect view on what was happening. Kai was down on the floor, rolling around  in pain while his father stood before him with something in his hand and kept chanting. You didn’t understand what they were doing but seeing Kai like that made your tears form in your eyes. You couldn’t do anything and your heart broke when he disappeared completely from that place. The screaming stopped and all members of the gemini coven stood there in one place, Kai’s father having a big smile on his face. You couldn’t believe what was in front of your eyes. The thing that Joshua held in his hands was called the ascendant. You have read about them but never thought they were real. The legend said that they could create other worlds, identical to ours but instead of normal time, days would repeat themselves over and over again. You knew you had to get it somehow, because you were on a mission and that mission was getting Kai out of that hell hole. 


18 years have passed since the last time you saw Malachai Parker. 18 years and you still couldn’t get the image of him being dragged and locked inside the 1994 prison world. You weren’t a siphon anymore. You were now a heretic. Half siphon and half vampire. Your body was frozen at the age you saw Kai last and you didn’t want to change. You also hadn’t given up on getting Kai out of there. After all these years, you weren’t sure if he would even be alive, but everytime that popped into your mind, you quickly shook it away. Kai was out there somewhere and you were coming from him. You found the same ascendant Joshua used back in 1994 and found the spell that was suppossed to take you to exact place where Kai was. You were nervous and afraid you would fail, but after mergening with your sibling and winning, you had the ability to do magic and after years and years of practicing, you were ready. You waited for the right time and used the blood that Bonnie gave you a long time ago. You poured some on the ascendant and started chanting, everything around you getting lighter and lighter with each second, the wind caressing your cheeks. Your eyes were closed and you kept repeating the spell until the ascendant closed. You opened your eyes and looked around, taking in all the similarities out there. It all seemed so familiar and when you looked around one more time, you realized that you were in Mystic Falls. 

'What the-?’ You muttered under your breath and started roaming the streets of Mystic Falls, confused as to how everything looked he same as out there in the real world. It was a bit scary but also helpful because it was something you knew like the back of your hand. You stopped in front of a coffee shop and picked up the newspaper, spreading it out and quickly went theough the pages. You were hoping you would find something, but nothing important cam  up until you closed them and saw the front page. May 10th 1994. It was the day Kai disappeared. You read the article and swallowed hard, throwing the newspaper back on the side walk and started walking again. You stopped in front of Mystic Grill and went inside, hoping you would find him here. After all, he was obsessed with food so seeing him in here wouldn’t be such a big surprise. 

'Kai?’ You muttered out, looking around to see if anyone was in there. 'Hello? Anyone in here? Kai I know that you’re here. I’m here to take you home.’ You shouted, but there was still no sign of Kai. You sighed heavily and prepared yourself to walk out of the Grill. 

'Are you really?’ You stopped at the sound of a male voice echoing through the big room, but it sure wasn’t loud enough for you. You froze at one spot, afraid to turn around. You were scared of what could have happened but at the same time, you wanted to see Kai’s face more than anything. 

'Hello? Are you just going to stand there or are you going to talk to me?’ He said abruptly as your hands started shaking. You sighed heavily once more before you turned around as slow as you could, your jaw almost dropping down when you saw him. Fuck. Language! 

'It’s me. I- Remember me? We were best friends in 1994. We- we used to hang out a lot.’ You answered and took a few steps closer but he didn’t want you to get closer. 

'Why are you here and how are you so young? It’s been eighteen years! Are you really- is that- is that really you?’ He asked and pointed at you, placing his hand on his mouth as he leaned against one of the tables, running his fingers roughly through his hair. It was like he was avoiding your eyes and didn’t want to face you. 

'It is me. I- I came to save you. I came for you, Kai. You’ll be ok now.’ You said gently, trying to calm him down and convince him that it was ok if he trusted you. You were still his friend just like you were 18 years ago. You took a few steps closer, watching every detail on his face, confused as to how is he still so young after so much time had passed. It was unbelievable and amusing but it also scared you a little bit. 'How are you so young? I- it’s unbelievable.’ You asked him, your gaze foxused on him. 

'I don’t know. It’s something about this place and not to mention all the days have been the same, like they’re on some magical loop. It really changes you, you know.’ Kai stuttered and took a deep breath, exhaling deeply and sat on the table that was placed behind him, his legs dangling from it. Kai was staring at you but kept quiet like he was waiting for something. 

'Look, as much as I would like to stay here and talk to you, we really have to go home. Eclipse is about to happen and we don’t want to miss it, except if you want to spend an extra day in this…hell hole.’ You chuckled a bit, but Kai’s face was still serious. 

'How are we- how can you take us out of here?’ Kai asked. 

'You’ll see. C'mon.’ You ordered and grabbed his hand, leading him out of the Grill and to the place where you were suppossed to be. In the woods. You stumbled over your feet a dew times, hearing Kai chuckle everytime behind you which only made you smile a little bit. Oh, how much you have missed that laugh of his. It was like music to your ears. You weren’t just happy that you had found Kai, you were happy because all the feelings that you had back then in 1994 were still there. You were still in love with Kai and wanted to tell him with everything you had in yoir body, but it wasn’t the right time. 

You stopped and looked at the hole in front of you and then back at Kai. 

'Ready?’ Kai looked at you befuddled for a second, but after that a smile flashed across his face, making you go weak at the knees. His eyes were a light shade od blue, like when the sun shines down on the blue ocean water. You got lost in them for a minute and forgot why were you even there. You cleared your throat and shook your head, snapping out of your thoughts. 

'So long 1994.’ He trailed off, making you chuckle as you started saying the spell, the ascendant in your hands opening and the biggest wheel in the middle spinning, covered in Bennett blood as the light of eclipse shone down onto you and Kai. 

'Sangima Mearma, Ascendarum Cavea’  you kept repeating the spell until there was a white light surrounding you and after a few moments, everything stopped. There was no wind, no light, only a bunch of trees surrounding you. Kai looked around as everything seemed surreal.

'We’re here? This is it?’ Kai asked.

'Yes. We’re back. You can finally continue with your life as you used to. I can stay with you if you want. I wouldn’t mind if-’

'No.’ Kai said abruptly, taking you by surprise. He took a step back and shook his head 'no’. You swallowed hard, trying to suppress a single tear to fall down that was forming in your eye.

'What- what do you mean no?’ You asked him, your voice barely audible.

'i don’t trust you.’

'What do you mean? It’s still me, Kai. I’m your best friend.’ You muttered, trying to convince him that it was going to be fine but he didn’t believe you.

'You’re going to hurt me. Gemini coven sent you to get me out so you can hurt me. I- I don’t want you close.’ He claimed and stepped away from you. His walking soon turned into running. You were hurt at the way he reacted as you were expecting much more from him and you wanted to continue where you and Kai left off before he was sent to prison world. But instead of that, Kai was afraid of you and it hurt you more than anything. You spent a few more minutes in the woods and then used our vampire speed and ran back to your house, slamming the doors behind you, feeling frustrated and sad at the same time. You roughly ran your fingers through your hair and started pacing around the house, thinking of a way to get Kai to believe you. You saw a single paper and a pen on your coffee table in your living room and picked it up. Everything that had build up inside you throughout the years, you let it out and put it on the paper. Your feelings for Kai, completely everything. It was time he knew how you felt about him and it might be the only thing that could bring him back to you or push him ever further away from you. You read it one more time before folding the paper and putting it inside a simple envelope. You grabbed your jacket and ran fast to where you thought Kai would be and you were right. He was inside the house, all alone. You pushed the envelope through a narrow opening on the doors and ran away with your vampire speed, not wanting for Kai to see you just yet. You hid behind a tree not too far from his house, waiting for him. After  few moments, he opened the front door in a hurry and slammed them behind him. He started running and had a piece of paper in his hand. A small smile appeared on your face. You started running behind him and then cheated a little bit, using your vampire speed and stopped right in front of him. When he looked at you he stopped a few feet away from you, catching his breath. You saw his chest rising up and down from heavy breathing and you heard his fast heartbeat, sounding like it would jump out of his chest any minute.

'Are you just going to stand there or are you going to say something?’ You yelled loudly enough for Kai to hear you, but he was still quiet. Out of nowhere, he started running towards you, his arms instantly wrapping around your body when he reached you. He pulled your body closer to his, his heartbeat luder than ever, and so was yours. You could feel each others heartbeats on one anothers bodies. He cupped your face and leaned in, brushing his lips against yours before he finally pressed them against your lips, deepening the kiss as seconds passed. Your hands found their way to his hair, tugging on it lightly, his body moving even closer to you, like he was afraid that you would run away from him if there was only an inch of space between your bodies. He pulled away but hadn’t let go of you. He kept you as close as he could, his hot breath brushing on your face every so often.

'Did you mean every word you said in that letter?’ Kai asked, out of breath and pecked your lips swiftly.

'Every word. I love you, Kai. I’ve been in love with you since 1994. I didn’t want to let you go and when I saw you being dragged away and how your family abandoned you and sent you away, my heart broke into million pieces. I wanted to help you but I didn’t know how. I have spent years trying to find the right ascendant and to find a way to get you out, but when you turned me down today, I thought I was about to lose you forever.’ You muttered, a single tear streaming down your face. Kai placed his palm on your cheek and wiped your tear away with his thumb as you slowly leaned into his palm, his touch feeling so soft and gentle against your skin.

'I was afraid. You kind of lose all faith in people when they abandon you like that. I’m sorry, I- I would never leave you. I just needed some time. You have no idea how long I spent thinking about you and how much I have missed you. You were the only thing that kept me going when I was trapped in there.’

You were completely lost for words and just kept looking at him and how his beautiful blue eyes became even more blue when tears were forming in his eyes. He looked more beautiful than ever.

'You don’t have to be afraid anymore. I’m here. For you.’ You whispered and hugged him tightly, his strong arms wrapping around your body.

'I know. And- hey, look at me.’ He lifted your head up, his eyes meeting yours. 'I’m here now and I’m not going anywhere. Ok?’

'Ok.’ You whispered and pulled him in for another kiss, is lips feeling like they were made for you. He was still that old Kai you fell in love with and he was yours. Only yours.


(A/N: I would like to thank @psingh97 for helping me with this, you are awesome!)

Since we now entered 2017 at my place as well, I think it’s about time to finally post what I was planning to do for quite a while now!

Other than a follow forever (speaking of which, I don’t think this is even necessary, like, once I follow you, I’ll always follow you, sooooo), I just wanted to thank every single blog I’m following for making 2016 a quite pleasant year for me! I haven’t been on this blog for a long time, yet I always had a lot of fun when going online and that’s thanks to you and only you, so I hope that with this post I can give some of my happiness to you and give you a nice start into 2017, even if it’s just a little!

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