Confessing To You ( Annie x Reader )Confessing To You ( Annie x Reader ) by Marixrush
You could remember the first day you laid your eyes on her. The beautiful blonde hair, Crystal like blue eyes. She was perfect... Since that day your number one priority was to confess to her, but after you got to know her personality everything was harder than you thought it would be.
You would often try to talk with her, but she would just walk away, leaving you with a sad face. Only thing you could do was stare at her for hours and days. Daydreaming about the beautiful girl saying "I love you too!" And kissing you passionately... Oh how much you wanted that...
As if the goddesses Maria, Rose and Sina heard your prayers, Keith Shadis said that your partner in Hand-to-Hand combat training would be Annie Leonhardt. This most likely meant that you would have a hard time walking from the pain, but happiness overtook you... Maybe, just maybe you could at least become her friend!
"Hey, Annie! Over here!" You shouted, waving your hand in the air so the blonde could see you well. She d
By Any Means NecessaryBy Any Means NecessaryBy Any Means Necessary by InkStainedGhost
The air was cool and crisp, it bit at the cheeks of everyone caught in it. Unfortunately for the Survey Corps, this was the conditions they had been forced to train in. In the freezing cold, the new recruits trained physically, first with the 3D manoeuvre gear, then with the horses, then more physical activity.
Levi watched as the recruits did their various tasks.
He took a mental note of all the recruits strengths and weaknesses, some were better at manoeuvre gear, some needed more training with the horses, but nearly all of them were fairly skilled with their blades. Note, fairly skilled, still a lot of work to be done.
Levi sighed with annoyance as it was Erwin who assignment him this duty in the first place. He hated acting like a babysitter, it felt like a chore, like a baggage almost. Plus, he really hated working with a team, let alone work with a bunch of new recruits.
After finishing evaluating nearly all of the recruits, he came onto Eren.
Remember This AlsoDisclaimer: I do not own Shingeki no Kyojin (Attack on Titan). I write this for your enjoyment only. This is a special installment written for Mother's Day and dedicated to all mothers everywhere It is set between chapter 54 and 56 of the manga. Enjoy!Remember This Also by Elly3981
Eren let out a sneeze as he made his way through the knee-high snow, keeping Mikasa's hand in his own to make sure they did not get separated in the confusion of the snowstorm surrounding them. It was bad enough they got separated from the rest of their scouting group when the storm hit so they must try their hardest to stick together as well as find a place to settle until the weather calmed so they can search for their comrades again. For his lover's piece of mind, Eren tried his best to remain confident and at least look like he knew where he was going, hoping that they would soon find their way, but after a few hours of wandering and searching fruitlessly, even Mikasa could tell that they were lost though she also knew her
The Price of HopeFor once, the funeral pyres weren't burning.The Price of Hope by Gandalfgirl579
The snowfall that had struck out of the blue the night before had soaked the majority of the woodpiles that had been ready and waiting for the next round of corpses to be burned. Luckily, there was no need for cremation at the moment. The few that had died as a result of the temperature drop were frozen, effectively preserved until the kindling had a chance to dry out. Of course, with the weather being as frigid as it was, the heat would have been nice.
Levi had always hated the snow.
It was cold and wet and slippery, and even he, Humanity's Strongest Soldier, found himself slip-sliding through it, desperately struggling to stay afoot only to fall flat on his ass a minute later.
Petra had always been good in the snow. For being as young, as spunky as she was, she moved with a sort of grace when it came to the snow. Hell, she could even move on ice with relative ease. It was amazing, really. She was amazing, really.
A sigh, his breath hanging