(KidxVAMPIRE!Reader)(KidxVAMPIRE!Reader) by ShadowShredder
The moonlight shined down on the forest as the wind blew through the trees of the forest. All was calm, until two figures ran through the forest trails. One jumping through the trees, the other following closely on the ground.
You let out a low growl of irritation and annoyance, you were running out of trees, a clearing coming fast. With the man behind you was relentless, no matter how fast you ran, he seemed to be just behind you the entire time, yelling your name into the wind as you both ran. You had almost snapped back there, your secret almost revealed. You never told Kid or the crew about your “ability”. Unlike most vampires, you were able to walk around under the rays of the sun without the painful burning, but only for a couple hours. You traded your keen eyesight to be able to walk under the sun. You had also traded your lightning speed in order to have the ability to control water. Those were the reasons it wasn’t painfully obvious, of what you are. You had
All's Well that Ends Well [Law X reader X Corazon]All's Well that Ends Well [Law X reader X Corazon] by Esperancelaw
Trafalgar Law pulled the rim of his spotted hat down, as though in an attempt to hide his entire face within its shadow.
Sengoku, opposite him, ripped open a new pack of rice crackers he’d fished out from somewhere in his coat pocket.
‘Want some rice crackers?’ He offered again, for the second time in the past ten minutes.
Law was in no mood for food, let along rice crackers, but he found that he could not bring himself to indignantly refuse the way he did the previous time.
He nodded rather absentmindedly but did not move from his seat on the wooden crate. To his surprise, the retired Marine Admiral stood, walked over, and reached out an arm to hold the packet right in front of him.
He finally took a piece and placed it into his mouth, hardly feeling the dryness that had manifested itself in his throat as its rough texture grazed his tongue.
The older man standing before him sighed before saying in a suddenly gentle an