Thor x Sick Reader x Loki: Something WonderfulThor x Sick Reader x Loki: Something Wonderful by Tarnisis
Thor had loved (F/n) since the moment he had met her; unrequited and as innocent as anything the God of Thunder had ever felt. But despite his pure intentions and gentle adoration, his feelings had never been returned. Couldn’t be returned. This hadn’t stopped him from losing his heart to her; quite the contrary. It had made his love bloom ten-fold, and with each passing day his heart grew to love her a little more.
But it didn’t matter . . . not anymore. Not when she was gone. Not when (F/n) (L/n) was dead.
Thor Odinson walked through a Midgardian burial ground, lost to grief and desolation as an early spring rain pelted his shaking form. The giant of a man didn’t shake from cold or anger- as one might have supposed- but from the tears and muffled cries that were overflowing from within his tortured soul.
Crying was a foreign action to the Thunder-bringer, but now he embrac
Now and Always- CommissionNow and Always- Commission by Tarnisis
Now and Always
It was midnight in the Realm Eternal, but to a certain young lady who currently looked out on the silent sheen of night; this fact wasn’t something to be regretted. For in Bryn’s world- as of late- it was always midnight.
As a Dark Elf, Bryn had always loved the way the moon looked canvassed upon a black and blue sky, but this was not the reason she looked forward to the dark hours now. It was the peace and solitude from the everyday Asgardians that made her evenings her highlight.
Bryn gazed up at the starlit sky in silent awe, and felt her heart stutter at the welcome sight. These days, the fragile beauties of the night were the only pleasures that the woman could enjoy. So much had happened; everything had changed, and due to this alteration the Dark Elf lass had put herself into seclusion.
As the events of the past few months crowded back into her weary mind, the woman cringed painfully. Though time had fl
Loki-x-Avenger! Reader: A New FriendLoki-x-Avenger! Reader: A New Friend by Tarnisis
Loki-x-Avenger! Reader: A New Friend
You had almost died.
You hadn't had a way to save yourself; there was no way out. . . No escape route or second strategy.
You were a goner.
. . . But you hadn't die. . . Because he had saved you. . .
Loki- the freaking God of Mischief, the same fellow who had clearly avoided you for nearly 6 months- had saved your life!
In all rights, he could have easily let you die- he had been several feet away and had risked his personal safety to shield you from the onslaught of ice-shards. He had magically appeared before you, skin turning a deep blue as he took the worst of the sword-like shards. Using his Jotun form to caccoon both himself and you from harm. And he had stayed before you, until the enemy had been incapacitated by Stark and Banner. Then, after looking for any trace of injury on your body- there was none- the Trickster had disappeared into thin air, boasti
Loki-x-Reader: Hypnotizer Part SixLoki-x-Reader: Hypnotizer Part Six by Tarnisis
Traps 'n Temperament: Crescendo
It was hotter than hades and you were sweating like a pig. Sighing in disgust, you fought to think of something other than being cooked alive. You were currently driving in your car- stuck due to an accident that had occurred in your lane- in hundred-degree weather, with a broken (nonexistent) AC. You let a particularly heated curse fly from your lips as you tapped your fingers impatiently on your steering wheel. This newest predicament wasn't helping your sour mood at all, and you sorely needed something to focus on other than your problems.
Your mind drifted, replaying the details of how you had left your job after having kissing the damned God of Mischief, and you groaned aloud. You had left without a word to your boss, and you were already on thin ice. Knowing your luck, you would be fired for your stunt today, but after some thought, you realized that you were beyond caring. If Lars
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