Skateboards N Love (Human!Mituna x Reader)Skateboards N Love (Human!Mituna x Reader) by GreySnowflake11
A/N: Alright. I've been having too much of a Fangirl thing with Mituna lately, so I decided to whip this up just for some fun. I don't know much about Homestcuk since I just got back into it, but you can't say I didn't try. Enjoy~
She walked through the damp sand, embracing the salty air. She gaped, the corners of her mouth open, tasting the bitter wind as the cold ocean water brushed against the sides of her bare feet. The girl, who looked similar as yourself, stopped in her steps. Her footprints that followed her slowly dissolving into the muddy ocean shore.
She watched the waves in the distance quickly climb until their climax, collapsing down with such force. The rippling water washed over her curling toes, and pushed back out into the deep blue. The dark black clouds indignantly swirled in circles above her in the sky, creating a rather intimidating look to the once peaceful water hole.
The scenario was suddenly changed from an enchanting and gorgeous scenario to a dark and hat
BBC John Watson x Reader - PrologueBlinding, hot pain shoots up your legs, and you feel gravel pressing into your face. Falling, you were falling, you had been falling—were you still falling? No, but the world was spinning, and suddenly you were nauseous. Something warm and sticky was covering a portion of your hands and face, and just before you lost consciousness you thought it might be blood.BBC John Watson x Reader - Prologue by NightWings99
Tonight, John Watson was not amused. His colleague and flatmate Sherlock Holmes was having another one of his "off" days while working on a case. The man did this sometimes—aggravate John to the point where he needed to just get out of the flat for a few hours, spend the night somewhere even. Right now he was between girlfriends, so it seemed he would only be taking a short walk before returning to 221B.
The night was one of his favorite kinds. The air was cool and crisp, a refreshing blend of night and stars. Not many people were out on this less-busy road of London, and it was very quiet aside from the occasional p