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NorwayXInu!Wolf!Reader ~ Out in the stormNorwayXInu!Wolf!Reader~Out in the Storm
The group of five men made their way up the mountain trail through the forest. The group had decided to take a vacation from their busy lives and go camping up in the mountains for a few weeks. The weather had been fair and had treated the travelers well up until now. Half way through their trip the weather decided to take a turn, not for the worst, but it certainly wasn’t for the best. Rain and wind combined made it a little uncomfortable for the group, particularly since one member forgot to pack rain gear and he was complaining. Loudly.
‘ If he doesn’t shut up soon, I’m going to strangle him so hard he won’t be able to talk for a month….Maybe I should do that anyways.’ My eye twitched rapidly as Matthias continued to complain about our current situation. Which we wouldn’t be in if he had remembered to pack the blasted rain gear!
“How much longer!
SebastianXReader Two Demons Ch.3“Um… sorry for asking but… is that cat fur on your shirt?” I looked down at my shirt and my eyes widened slightly. Sure enough, (f/c) fur was on my white shirt. She must have shed on me while I was changing her bandages. What was I going to tell him?
I couldn’t tell him that I was keeping a cat in my room; I don’t trust him to stay quiet. He may accidentally let slip to the young master and he would order me to get rid of (c/n). I had to think of something. Anything, I couldn’t risk revealing (c/n) to anyone.
I sighed, “Yes Finny, it is indeed cat fur.” What better way to lie than to tell the truth? I turned back to washing the remaining dishes, “There has been a cat hanging around the manor recently. I found it outside not too long ago.”
“Oh really?! I just love cats! Especially the orange ones. Do you think it&
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