Reader x Fem!Child!England - BabysittingReader x Fem!Child!England - Babysitting by laika-the-hero
You always hated kids, but you needed money quickly. ]
That's why you accepted the request of babysitting your friend Arthur's younger sister, Rosa, while he and his parents were away. From the stories Arthur told you about his sister, she was a spoiled brat. Her outlook on life was pessimistic, and she only cared about her well being. You dreaded meeting Rosa, and you dreaded having to spend four hours with her even more.
When you arrived at the Kirkland Manor, none other than Mr. Kirkland himself opened the door. His mustache twitched at the sight of your clothes. He greeted you with a stern look and ushered you into the living room. You shuffled awkwardly into the large room, but you immediately noticed Arthur and waved. Before you can say anything, you heard a voice like nails on a chalkboard come from across the vast space. With the voice came a little girl about 5 with long blonde hair and glasses.
"She is going to be my babysitter? Daddy, look at her posture! It's horrendous!"
Won't Desert You: Punk!England X ReaderWon't Desert You: Punk!England X Reader by KawaiiGirl15
'How did I get here?' you thought. You were at your ex boyfriend, Arthur's, concert. You had broken up with him around three months ago and started becoming, should I say, friends with benefits with his friend Alfred. Alfred treated you slightly different from how Arthur had treated you. Sure Arthur was a punk rocker, but he was also a gentleman and treated you with care like a delicate doll. When on the other hand, Alfred treated you like a best friend rather than a love interest. You were still friends with Arthur, even if it was awkward at times if he was around and Alfred had happened to kiss you on the cheek. Lately though, he was acting differently around you at school. You found it strange and tried to avoid him for a while, but, being his friend meant coming to his concerts to support him.
The Britt walked out on stage with his band. He was wearing a pair of red ripped skinny jeans, a graphic-t with the British flag on it, multiple chains and his favorite blue conver
Punk!England x Reader Request- The Girl InsideYou sighed; another boring day of simple schoolwork. Well, simple for you at least, seeing as you were known all around school as the most serious student alive. Or at least that's the façade the other students believed.Punk!England x Reader Request- The Girl Inside by Forever-N
You truthfully loved to have fun, but your parents had really put on the pressure about school. Thus you were forced to hide that one side of you that you secretly loved. That side included a girl that was quite the opposite from the strait A, quiet, and serious girl who had eventually also become a part of you. Yes. The other half of you was the side you'd been forced to suppress by your parents.
The girl inside you who was sarcastic, snappy, couldn't care less about school, and who loved to turn her music up full blast was the one your parents could never know about- or anyone else for that matter.
The only problem about this was that one guy who seemed to know who you really were on the inside. He'd even made some sly remarks about how he'd love to crack
EnglandxReader: I'd fight for youEnglandxReader: I'd fight for you by aznbubblegumz
betrayal between sisters all for a single man whom was supposedly to marry one of them- the older twin. A family war breaks out as lives are taken, this man carries his own desires, and perhaps he had opened up slowly to one of the twins . If you can sit down in patience and read through this story, you’ll find its true end.
Circles, a common shape that was in the ballroom. All you could see were women twirling around in giant ball gowns much like your own. Eye masks were worn on their faces keeping everyone anonymous, though if ones eye was keen enough, you could see right through the masks hiding their sins. Your eyes glared coldly at everyone in this room; surely you were happy for your twin sister but was this giant ball really needed?
You loved your sister, you really did sincerely, however, the man she was marrying, you did not like at all. Not one bit. You hated and loathed him from head to toe seeing as the man clearly has no heart. He cared