Hawks and Eagles Ch12Impatient HuntersHawks and Eagles Ch12 by ArvaleeKnight
Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad x Reader
YYou enjoyed the comforts of home probably more than you should have. You were planning on sleeping the rest of the day, to build up your energy for the hunt ahead but hunger took precedent, a meager meal of bread and fruits that you grabbed on the way home. You nibbled on the food and drank down a refreshing brew of tea, taking in the calm moment of being somewhere truly familiar again, a place where you could let down your guard and relax.
You lifted the ornate sea shell you had placed on one of the shelves and glanced over its iridescent surface. Your eyes swept across the collection of miscellaneous items, each one different than the next, having been placed there over time. Some items were stolen while others were given to you by eagle or beggar. You pocketed the sea shell, your thumb sliding over the smooth surface one more time.
When the time finally came, you nearly had to force yourself to lea
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Character: Michelle Solange
The sunlight was fading out, the final rays playing on the dust of her mostly empty living room. The house wasn’t the same to her anymore, not since the children had moved out, not since the retirement. It was nothing more to her than an empty shell now, and as she collected the knick-knacks for the final box, she let out a tired sigh, (e/c) eyes tracing over the details of what had been her home for several decades now.
Her attention turned to her final box, this one filled perhaps with her most treasured items: her photographs.
Some were in black in white. Some were curling at the edges. Others were carefully encased in full colour and detail, safe behind their glass.
They made her conscious of her age, of how much time had passed. But as she continued going through them, carefully wrapping each in paper to protect them, she couldn’t help smiling at the thought of the adventures life still had in store for her; it had bee
Malik Al-Sayf x Reader ~ By Your SideIt is a sunny day in Jerusalem. Even though it should pour rain. Your parents just threw you out of the house.Malik Al-Sayf x Reader ~ By Your Side by Shyerue
"Why can't you just find a man, (y/n) ?! You are shame to us and our family name !"
Those are things you listened to everyday.
You are so mad at them. Why can't they understand you ? You just didn't like the men they wanted you to marry.
You gather a few clothes and storm away. You don't know where to, just away from your house.
The market place is quite filled today, giving you the chance to blend in and hopefully stay unnoticed. With your light sobbing and tear stained face.
You ignore everything and everyone around you.
That's until you bump into someone. You gasp and catch the things that were going to fall down quickly.
Balancing them, you finally look at the person you rudely bumped into.
It is a man, quite a bit taller than you, a slightly darker shade of skin than yours. His dark blue robes swing a bit in the wind his dark eyes watch you carefully.
"I-I'm so sorry. I w