This is the first time I send in a request so I am sorry if I do it wrong and all: so, you and Tommy are dating when he does that thing of asking Lizzie to prove a point to Jhon and you are obviously pissed at him. Being Tom, of course he doesn’t think much out of it, until you have a big fight and you go to your place rather than his to sleep, which is when he finds out he can not fall asleep unless you are there so he comes around like a lost but angry puppy??? Idk I just have this in mind
[a/n - not rate happy with this tbh but it’s here and i hope you enjoy it.]
You tried your hardest to not listen to the rumours that
people spread, but sometimes they came became too much and you found yourself
running the words through your head, over and over again. You waited patiently
in Tommy’s bedroom, your anger only increasing, causing your hands to shake and
you knee bob up and down as you waited apprehensively for your partner. It was
ages before Tommy arrived home but when he finally did, Tommy knew he was in
the dog house. His eyes lowered to the floor as he cautiously took his hat off and
placed it on the bedside table, disregarding your stare as much as he could.
Could you do a Thomas Shelby request of having grown up with the Shelbys and during the war was a nurse and being engaged to Tommy (since you were childhood best friends and sweethearts) and you two tell each other everything (business included) and the reader gets a threatening letter from a old solider who she got kicked out for trying to rape a fellow nurse and at first she doesn’t want to tell Tommy since she doesn’t want to further danger him but she gets scared and Tommy comforts her??
The war had taken it’s toll on everyone. Mothers were now having to raise their children single handily due to having no husband. Young children no longer had no brothers, uncles or fathers. It made you realise how lucky you was to have Tommy still. At first, you didn’t want him going to war. The chances of him never coming back were high. After a while, you let him go. It was the hardest thing you had ever done and most nights, you laid awake thinking he was never going to come back. Tommy had to do his duty for the country, and you respected that. After Tommy left, you trained as a nurse. Two years into the war, you were stationed in Belgium. It wasn’t an easy task, but all you could think about was how your Tommy was out there.