Gideon x Reader - Call of Duty AW Ch. 3Gideon x Reader - Call of Duty AW Ch. 3 by XenaRhapsodos
The soldiers you had come across on your way greeted Gideon with remarkable regard, which made it evident that he was someone important in ATLAS warrior forces. It was impossible to miss the respect and admiration he was shown by his colleagues and you had to guess it was a matter of seniority. If that was the case, you wondered why he was even running such a petty errand as that of fetching you when someone else could have done it in his stead. Still, it was not your place to question neither it was the right time to do so. The conclusion you drew was that Gideon was one of Irons’ most trusted people, and that a familiar face would make you feel more at ease.
As you approached the elevator, Gideon held your arm gently and you gave him a confused look when he led you to a more or less secluded spot, away from prying eyes. “Take it easy, Doc.”
“What are you talking about?” You frowned, gaze travelling from his face to his hand with bewild
Gideon x Reader - Call of Duty AW Ch. 2Gideon x Reader - Call of Duty AW Ch. 2 by XenaRhapsodos
In the state you had been found, you needed all the nurture that could be provided for your recovery. You had spent several weeks in convalescence as your body rested and pulled through this ailment. Food, hydration, sleep, a healthy amount of time spent outdoors, and therapy with a psychiatrist were the beginning to a long road to healing. Still, you refused to talk about the experience with anyone, closing that door even to your own family. Sleep did not come easily, either, as your nights were most certainly plagued by nightmares of your tormentors and events you were not sure if you would ever forget.
During the time you were kept in one of ATLAS health centers, you were allowed to see your parents. It made you feel joy as they showered you with love, your mother crying about how much she had missed you and your father hugging you as he told you how worried he had been about you. They had been so happy to see you that they had spent their time smothering you with
Suspicions - David Mason x Reader - Part 5Suspicions - David Mason x Reader - Part 5 by echosdusk
FIVE: Suspicious Rumours
I spent a lovely day meeting Sam, we got to know each other better and I was laughing more then I had in a long, long while. I hadn’t realised just how long it had been or how forced my laughter could be with David. I was startled as I thought over how, in general, the most fun I had with David was when we were alone together and how little time I had been having with him. In fact, we’d constantly been going out or having a friend over or he’d go out on his own and leave me. I guessed it was just natural for them when they were going to go out on a mission and thankfully Sam helped me relax about it as I found myself telling him my recent concerns.
“Depends on the guy… by the sounds of it David just feels a little detached from reality. He’s been working much more then normal and probably in much more intense situations so you shouldn’t expect him to do anything rational. Sometimes you never know if the
Call of Duty - Will Irons x ReaderIt simply was his every move, his simple looks, his deep voice, that let you agree on your decision to make him your man, every morning you were waking up next to him. You two were engaged. He promised to take care of you, he wanted to spend the rest of his life with you and simply said yes, beneath countless tears of joy and the most beautiful smile he had ever seen. You made his life complete and he was worried not even being married would be enough to show how grateful he was.Call of Duty - Will Irons x Reader by Renegad3Spectre
When you looked at him -he was still asleep- all you saw was a handsome man with a big heart. There never had been any sighn towards you that revealed he was a soldier. A good one. You knew, of course, but it was like there were two people inside of his body. On one side that man, his comrades simply called "Irons" and on the other side there was this man you called Will. And when you were angry you imitated his mother and called his full name -William Robert Irons! But that was as rare as his name was long.