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Gideon x Reader - Call of Duty AW Ch. 4Gideon x Reader - Call of Duty AW Ch. 4 by XenaRhapsodos
Looking up from your cup of coffee and milk, your gaze fell on the man that stood before your table wearing an expression of uncertainty. He was tall, remarkably tall, but did not look intimidating at a first sight— unlike Gideon. If anything, he did not look like the type of man cut for warfare, despite his uniform told you otherwise. He had this gentle aura to him, which was accentuated by his baby blue eyes that regarded you with curiosity and maybe a bit of embarrassment.
“Yes?” You sat straight, trying not to spill your drink all over your blouse, taken aback by the sudden intrusion. You could not help it. The past few days had taken their toll on you and you had spent them mainly in your bedroom, mourning the loss of your friend Will. All your desires to see the world again had vanished the moment you knew of his decease and you had retreated to your own shell, hoping to escape from everyone and everything.
It had no
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 7Suspicions - David Mason x Reader - Part 7 by echosdusk
Seven: The Accidental Moment
A week after the engagement we were arranging to have a party and for the life of me I don’t know what I was doing in agreeing with him. In many ways I knew that the party was not just to celebrate us getting married but a much easier excuse to have a party with his friends before he went out again on a mission. Of course, these are my thoughts now and in truth I feel that perhaps I am a little meaner about it then I should be… but there is a lot of regret and bitterness held for this time period. At the time I was not as suspicious as I might make it out to be, but it was the night of this party that I really felt stupid about at the time.
I felt guilty when he had not….
For the party we’d arranged a get-together for us and our close friends at the usual bar restaurant and thankfully I was not only able to limit his friends to his best five, but I was able to get Sam and his girlfriend to come with us. None of my ot