Ciel X Reader Wounds CAN healCiel X Reader Wounds CAN heal by ArtisticallyDerpy
It's been 11 years that I've known the Earl. Earl Ciel Phantomhive. Since the years of our young beings, we've acquainted ourselves with one another ever since.
The news came suddenly to my manor as a notice.
I ripped open the letter and read: "We regret to inform you " This was sudden. Bad. Horrible.
The notice of Ciel's family tragedy. His parents. Gone. I threw the letter upon my desk as I lazily glanced at the flickering candle with sadness. I pitied Ciel. Family was all he had. All he'd known. But I understood his pain.
Mine too, have been murdered. In front of my eyes. The tragic feeling swarmed through out my heart as if feeling someone else's sorrow and grief.
5 years have gone by and not one letter from that Earl. Not a visit. Not a call. I sat in my chamber silently as this was no surprise.
There came a sudden knocking upon the oak door as I turn in my chair heavily and spoke. "Who's there?" I ordered having the oak door creak open at my command
Edward x Reader - PancakesAN: for the FMA and FMAB fans out there. IE, me. And probably like 4 other peoples. Maybe.Edward x Reader - Pancakes by Icarasaurus
!!WARNING: THIS FANFIC INCLUDES SOME EXTREME FLUFF, SMEXYTYPE HINTS, AND SHIRTLESS EDWARD ELRIC!!
This story takes place during the main storyline, but there's not any huge spoilers. I'm trying to keep it fairly non-plotline, so if you haven't seen one series, you can still understand WTF is going on. Ed still has both his automail arm and automail leg.
LET THE STORY BEGIN.
The midmorning sun shone through your window, white curtains not helping at all. It was time for you to get up, but you really didn't want to. Yesterday's fight training was not sitting well. You were covered in bruises, and your white sleep shirt showed them on your legs. Your trainer and long-time friend, Edward Elric, really wasn't going easy on you.
His brother was back in their hometown of Resembool, and he was stuck here with you, training you, just in case something ever happened. You were a translator for General Mus
Ciel X reader: part 5The next morning felt strangely normal. Especially considering you two slept in the same bed.Ciel X reader: part 5 by S-e-s-h-a
You and Ciel both woke up and had breakfast soon after.
During breakfast though, an interesting notion came up.
Ciel was going out to do an assignment given by the queen after you both ate. You didn't like it when he left you though.
You never got to go with him either, and you wanted to change that.
"Ciel, could I come with you?"
He placed his tea down and cleared his throat. "No."
"I said so."
"But I don't like it when you leave."
"Well Sebastian and I still have to leave."
"Why are you and Sebastian the only ones that get to go?"
"Because." Ciel wasn't going to let you go with him, and you felt another feeling.
You knew that this was anger however, and possibly a little bit of...
"Fine." You simply began to walk away from the table.
"Where are you going?" You didn't even look in his direction as you walked to you
Ciel X Reader: part 1You were used to living on the streets since your mother had abandoned you here when you were five.Ciel X Reader: part 1 by S-e-s-h-a
You remembered it very well.
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"Mommy, where are we going?" you asked your mother while she walked you down a dark alley way.
"________, could I tell you something?"
"Of course mommy, what is it?" you beamed cheerfully at her.
Your mother stopped and had you face her. She looked down on you with hatred in her eyes that you had never seen before, and it frightened you. "Mommy?"
She peered down at you and snarled, "You were never supposed to be born! My life was going fine until he raped me! You horrible little brat! I hate you! Damn you _____! Damn you ______!"
She slapped you so hard that you fell. Once down, she kicked your side and dug her heel in your stomach.
"You ruined my life, you did!" She kicked you in the side again and again. "Stupid brat!"
You were crying and hiccupping as you heard her heels run down the alley way.
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