Her Captain's Treasure [Pirate!England x Reader]Her Captain's Treasure [Pirate!England x Reader] by ivyandtwine
"Arthur, dude, you have to let us make port soon," the blonde, blue-eyed man begged the Brit that stood beside him. "Please, I'll get on my knees and beg you, but I have got to get on dry land soon."
"And why is that? Have you tired of the sea, Alfred?" Arthur asked his accent heavy and the annoyance clear in his voice. He looked over at his first mate, cocking a thick eyebrow at him. "Lost your sea legs?"
"Wha? No! Nothing of the sort," Alfred answered, furiously shaking his head, which sent his feather hat from his head and his glasses askew on his face. He hastily straightened them and returned to pestering his captain about docking the ship at the next town. "Come on, Arthur! We've been out seven months now! Rations are low, the men are getting restless, and I-" he paused, as if considering what he was about to say to the Brit beside him.
"You what, Alfred?" Arthur asked, still not fully turning to face him. What would have been the point? He still struggled to understand ho
Mafia!Romano x Agent!Reader: The Games We Play You sighed. This event had turned out to be even more dreadful than you originally suspected. Picking at the end of your gloves your eyes drifted across the ballroom looking for anything of interest. Stuck up nobles and rich families wearing extravagant dresses and suit littered the fancy ballroom. Dancing, chatting, eating and drinking the finest foods and wines from all over the world. You groaned and leaned against the Grecian column to your right.Mafia!Romano x Agent!Reader: The Games We Play by PenAndParchment
Why were you here again? Oh yes, because there was supposed to be mass murderer infiltrating this party, who was planning on taking the wealthy citizens hostage and demand high ransoms for their return. You, Agent (name) (last name), were supposed to stop this murderer at all costs and protect the guests with your life. Sounds like fun right? Well you must have got sent to the wrong party for you had been standing here for nearly three hours with no sign of a murderer.&