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Guilty PleasuresThe rain in Magnolia was strong and heavy, but once it passed, the town shone in a new light. Glittering in the sun and making the city sparkle like a sea of stars. This however was of no concern to the group that made their way to their friend's home.
Natsu, Happy, Gray and Erza planned to visit Lucy after their newest mission. She hadn't been feeling well and rather stayed home than go with them. The Dragon Slayer and the ice mage were trying to drag her along and almost succeeded. That was until Erza hit them over their head and told them to leave her alone. As the only other female on their team, she understood. It was that special time of the month for girls. She hauled the two males out of Lucy's door by the scruff of their necks and wished her a speedy recovery.
After the mission she couldn't persuade the hyper fire mage to leave their blond friend alone. He wanted to tell her everything about their mission. How that pantless pervert had been in the way the whole time. How Erza
Sit Happens - Chapter 3Gajeel's heart had skipped a beat the minute Levy had called out to him. Had she found out? Or maybe she was looking for a reaction? After skipping a beat not a second ago, his heart started hammering against his ribcage. What should he do now? Each reaction could give him away. Trying to look as disinterested as possible, he looked around the room and sniffed the air. Just like a good dog. Hopefully she would buy the act.
Now he did turn around to look at the script mage. The more he acted like a stupid pet, the better. She had a frown of concentration on her face, not really looking at him in particular. He knew that expression. She'd been like that when she lifted Fried's barrier. What was going through her mind?
"No, ....Gajeel would be ticked off, if he knew I named a pet after him." But she had to admit, her new friend and the Iron mage had a few things in common. Black hair, red eyes and both had saved her. Gajeel from Laxus and the wolf from that rapist. Maybe she
His Only Weakness
Today should have been a day like all the others since they'd all returned from Tenrou island. Should have were the key words. Because Lucy saw something which made no sense. Well at first it didn't, but now that she was at home and thinking about it on her bed, she came to one conclusion.
Both, Cana and herself, were losers!
Earlier that day, she was on her way to a magic store. She'd been on enough missions to pay her rent and have some extra cash. Enough to purchase a new silver key. Missions with Erza earned her definitely more money than with Natsu.
She was about to round the corner when she heard the excited squeals of many girls. Peeking from a safe place, Lucy made sure everything was ok before she would continue on her way. The last time she'd heard so many squealing girls, was the time when she'd almost succumbed to a 'Charm' Spell. She didn't need a repeat of that.
The stellar mage couldn't believe her eyes. Yes, there were many girls and as expected they were trying to get
World's Balance - Chapter 7The temple was old and dilapidated, but this didn't stop Levi from entering it. She had heard a lot from her friends about this place. Mainly from Lucy. She wanted to know what the past had left for the future. These symbols on the wall were old and hard to read, it would take some time to decipher them and search for the right information.
Luckily the natives of Galuna island not only welcomed them, they invited the group to stay in their village as well. Team Natsu must have made a great impact on them if they were so friendly with other Fairy Tail members. Levi wondered if one of those demons in the village, knew about Abaddon or the Underworld.
There wasn't much to do for Jet and Droy, but they kept her company. One would always be wary of their surroundings while the other would try to help the script mage if possible. But most of the time she was so engrossed in her translations that she didn't even notice them or when her stomach growled. Her friends had to literally
100 Sweet Nothings 11. Dream
It had been a while since Red had last spoken to Inferno. Even longer since they had shared their passion and their sparks. So yes, their schedules were different and usually it meant Inferno had to haul his aft out of the monitor room. But he hadn't done this in a while either. If the Lamborghini was honest, he wasn't any better.
They'd been avoiding each other.
The cause for this lay in their bond. In Red Alert's opinion, it was not functioning the way it should be. Either that, or Inferno was lying about sharing practically everything with him. Red only got snippets of emotions, tiny bits of Inferno's side of the bond, even though it was wide open. He had his own suspicions. The bond was fine, but the fire truck tried to hide something from him! When he first noticed that Inferno wasn't sharing everything with him, his glitch had a real field day.
It took a while to calm himself and his glitch down, yet it wasn't enough to calm his paranoia. He started to look more closely at his ma
Teenage TaoismGiving birth is the closest I’d ever felt to dying.
Before that, my near death experiences had consisted only of my silent announcement of pregnancy—silent, being that my social media accounts were all deleted almost simultaneously and I never returned to school in the fall, saying without really saying that I had caught the malicious disease of “teenage pregnancy”. I’m sure the whisper spread in the hallways like the Bubonic Plague. That September, sitting at home on what would have been the first day of my senior year, I imagined friends I’d never talk to again saying “she was only seventeen, and so full of life!” at my absence in the cafeteria tables, as if they were attending my funeral instead of talking about me behind my back.
"Full of life," I had snorted then, folding a never ending stream of what had once been my own baby clothes. "Literally."
I walked around like a zombie for the months of my pregnancy, deciding t
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