Do You Believe? ~ Six (Jack Frost x Reader)Long eyelashes fluttered delicately over (e/c) orbs filled with the dreary effects of sleep and bewilderment. With a light yawn that escaped dry lips, you sat up, the thick fur blankets that covered your torso slipping down and crumpling at your waist as you took in your surroundings.
You were laying upon a large cushioned sofa in a large room with the scent of mulled wine and cranberries filling the air. From were you sat, you could see the large windows looking out on the beautiful snow filled scene on the wall straight ahead of you. To your right was a roaring fire beneath a mantel piece decorated with holly and tinsel, and in front of that was a large fur rug. You let out a small and satisfied sigh. It was warm and cosy in the strange room, beneath the thick blankets.
You frantically tried to scramble out from beneath the blankets, tumbling onto the floor as a result of your panicked actions. The blanket landed on top of you, covering your head, but before you could
Do You Believe? ~ Five (Jack Frost x Reader)"Who on Earth are you? And if you don't take back what you just said, I'm going to punch your lights out."
A few chuckles went around behind you as the boy held up his hands in mock surrender, laughing nervously. "Sorry, sorry. Didn't think you were so touchy about that bird's nest on your head." He commented which earned him a thump on the head. He yelped, his hands flying up to his head, for he hadn't expected an attack to come."I warned you." You stated simply, before releasing his jumper with a frown.
"Oh, she got'cha there, mate" A voice thick with an Australian accent, sounded and you turned towards the Easter Bunny with a small arch of her brow. "You know this rude git?" You questioned, and the Bunny chuckled. "Yeah, I know him. And you must too if you can see him."
That caused you to pause. "No. No way. That is not....You are not..." You muttered, your gaze turning back to the boy you had hit, a smirk now settled back onto his features, though he was still rubbing his head. "B
Do You Believe? ~ Four (Jack Frost x Reader)"Jack Frost...?"
The Boogeyman chuckled before his eyes narrowed as he glared at the empty space, when suddenly he was thrown backwards, tumbling into the snow with a yelp of pain, his lack of concentration on you ending up in the sand dispersing. You fell and hit the snow hard, the cold soaking into you dressing gown and pyjamas quickly.
You shivered, and groaned, your back aching from the sharp impact and by this time, the Boogeyman had recovered himself and was on his feet once more, grinning madly. "Oh? Can she not see you, Jack?" He asked the air next to you, and you felt the atmosphere bristle, somehow. "She fell straight through you." The Boogeyman continued harshly. "You couldn't even catch her, let alone soften her fall, could you?"
You sat up, a frown painted onto your features as you glanced at Eva and Joe among the crowd of children on the other side of the green. You gave the Boogeyman a quick glance before scrambling onto your feet and rushing towards them. The Boogeyman
Do You Believe? ~ Three (Jack Frost x Reader)"Goodbye, nightmares!" Joe called as you shook the dream catcher out of the window, your soft locks falling across your face. Eva peeked up beneath your arm and giggled, before you drew your arm back inside and shut the window.
"Alright, you two! The nightmares are gone!" You grinned down at them as they jumped up and hugged you before looking up at you with large sparkling eyes. "Will you come and play in the snow with us?" Joe asked, Eva pulling her puppy-dog eyes. You let out a small sigh before nodding your head.
"I'll join you two later. I just want to relax this morning, okay?" You explained to them patting each of them on the head before steering them out of your room. "Right. Coats, gloves, boots, scarves and hats. Put 'em on and don't forget to brush your teeth!" At this the two children groaned but you had a card up you sleeve and added, "Well I guess the Tooth Fairy won't be happy with you, will she?" You questioned, causing them to gasp and rush off to get ready before they
Do You Believe? ~ Two (Jack Frost x Reader)"(y/n)! (y/n)!"
A sharp voice woke you from your slumber and you opened your eyes slowly and unwillingly. You came face to face with none other than your little brother and sister. They were twins, obviously not identical, though the expressions they wore were similar; both with tears streaming down their cheeks and runny noses.
"(y/n)…" Your sister, Eva, mumbled looking at you with watery eyes. "We both had a nightmare…" She explained, as you glanced toward your alarm clock.
"Alright you, two. Come on up here." You said sweetly, helping Eva onto your bed while Joe, your little brother clambered up by himself. Both of them snuggled up on either side of you, as you made room for your siblings on your single bed.
"Okay, you see that dream catcher I have up there?" You questioned, pointing up towards the sewn web of softly coloured string, with beads and feathers dangling from it. They both nodded as you hoisted yourself onto your elbows and then touched each of their fo
Do You Believe? (Jack Frost x Reader)Tick Tock. Tick Tock. Tick Tock.
(e/c) eyes glanced up at the clock, eyelids fluttering and a yawn sounding from lightly glossed lips. A dainty hand with a few old scars across it reached up to brush a few strands of rebellious (h/c) hair.
You waited, your impatient nature getting the better of you, causing you to fidget in your seat and tap your pencil. 'Come on…' You think, watching the clock intently, another yawn escaping your lips before finally—
The bell rang for the end of lesson.
Chairs scraped against the floor as your peers lunged for the door, but their dreams of escape were cut short as your teacher called out and clapped her hands once or twice. "Students." She began in a clear tone before smiling sweetly at you all. "Have a Merry Christmas~!" She sang happily, shooing her class away with a small chuckle. A few students replied with a 'Happy New Year!' or a 'You too, Miss!'. You simply laughed and waved as you left the room last. You and your teacher never saw eye to eye,