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Gentleman

Name: Gentleman

Author: Aya-Fay

Fandom: Fantastic Beasts and where to find them

Pairing: Percival Graves x Reader

Theme: Percival x Reader where she has like Credence role and she is in love with Graves. He knows this and uses it to his advantage. But one day she gets hurt and he realizes he feels the same.

No smut in here as it seemed not fitting for me.

ANGST. BETRAYAL. PRESUMPTION of character’s DEATH.

By my adorable @umbrellas-and-tallymarks

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Originally posted by hardyness


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