Second Star to the Right: Chapter OneSecond Star to the Right: Chapter One by Tarnisis
Second Star to the Right: Chapter One
For as long as anyone could remember- James Alexander Magnus Wynter, the only child of Victoria Mira and Charles Raleigh Wynter- had been an early riser. From the time he was just a tyke in his silver embedded crib; the little heir of Faerenguard Manor had always been wide awake as the sun's first rays rose over the elegant city of London. And today was no exception.
Somewhat groggily, James slowly opened his bright brown eyes, blinking several times in the early morning light before his gaze finally focused on the ceiling above him. The familiar sight of light blue paint made the young man smile sleepily, before he rolled; moving his body to the edge of his bed, resting precariously there in a slouched over position.
The 20 year old youth had had a very late night prior- somehow or other he had gotten himself roped into an outing with his lads at the nearest pub- but even with this in considerati
Second Star to the Right: PrologueSecond Star to the Right: Prologue by Tarnisis
Second Star to the Right: Prologue
In the beautiful realm of Neverland yet another sun began to set, leaving the sky a mixture of brilliant pinks, oranges, and a dapple blood red.
From the deck of the infamous Jolly Roger, a single man stood gazing up at the skyline, lost deep in thought. True, he had seen more than his fair share of sunrises and sunsets, but never before had there been so much red.
With solemn eyes, Captain James Hook watched as the vibrant color soaked up the clouds like a sponge and spread to every visible corner of the sky. It was a breathtaking sight, if only the man had actually been focused on the colorful goodbye of the sun. But in truth, his mind was far beyond the subtle novelties of such a natural occurrence.
Originally, the pirate had come out onto the deck to gain purchase to his thoughts, and find a quiet space. And instead of going to his cabin, he had opted for the deck. For it was once more the
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
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