Warm Ice (Jack Frost X Reader) Chapter 4“A-TCHOO” You sneezed for the umpteenth time. “Maybe it wasn’t such a great idea to go out with an old coat.” You thought. “Should’ve brought my scarf…”Warm Ice (Jack Frost X Reader) Chapter 4 by NoorTheHood
You started coughing painfully, wiping your nose with your thousandth tissue of the day. Your throat was burning, and your lips were chapped.
Your little promenade had turned into a hike of several hours, and you were discovering new corners of your neighborhood that were unknown to you until now. Even if your coat made you default, you were still grateful to be able to feel the chilly wind on your cheeks and hair.
You didn’t care about the snow in your boots or the fact that you couldn’t feels your toes anymore.
Walking made your whole body feel lighter.
The clouds began to cover the sky, making you feel smothered. You started to walk faster.
“I should go back home…” You whispered to yourself while blowing your nose.
As you were turning around,
The Big Four and the School of Magic | Chapter 1.3The Big Four and the School of MagicThe Big Four and the School of Magic | Chapter 1.3 by Blooming-Snowflake
Chapter 1 - The Acceptance Letters
Proud of the Misfit Viking
The evening was a silent one with only the endless rain hitting against the inhabitants of Berk's windows as their only companion in this gusty weather. Waves clawed at the edge of the small island and the ships rose and rocked in the distance. Such silence was a rare occasion and most Vikings hoped it would remain this way. For once, Hiccup Horrendous Haddock - the third - was with them. On any other day, he would hope that he could get outside and maybe manage to kill a dragon. That was what really mattered around the sturdy island of Berk. Killing a dragon meant everything. Just harming one might bring some attention to him and perhaps then everybody wouldn't see him as a useless squib. He might be able to do something.
Hiccup shook his head. What was he thinking? That he could be useful in battle? Just glancing in the mirro
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