Checking for MonstersChecking for Monsters by NightmarishPrincess
A barely audible 'mmmgh' was her only response.
A small finger in the nose roused Kasey from unconsciousness. She let out a quiet giggle at his sudden start, his eyes still closed he muttered a breathy, "Yes, Sahara."
"I uh," Sahara whispered uncertainly in the dark. "I dream bad things. Bad monster things." He felt her little weight at the edge of the bed, could hear her twisting her fingers in the sheets even with his eyes closed. He really didnt want to get up, not just yet. His eyelids were so heavy and sleep came so lightly these days.
"Wake up your mother." it came out harsher than intended, with his face pressed against the pillow.
He could hear her little footsteps on the hardwood as she leaned over to glance at her mother on the other side of him. "But Mommy's not as nice as you at night."
The corner of his mouth perked up at that, but just as quickly could feel himself fading back into the alluring comfort of sleep. Just before it could ta
Bucky x Reader Starting over (10)You couldn't...No you decided at this moment, that you wouldn't feel a thing.Bucky x Reader Starting over (10) by Heichouable
No speck of blurred time, nor even a single touch to your crumbling shaking form, would awake you from your numb paralyzation.
You thought that Bucky would at least try to fight back the memories in which Hydra trapped and secluded deep within his mind.
Things what he could reach if he was helped.
But the damage was done.
You wanted so desperately to reach out to him and untangle Hydra's constricting bindings around his fragile broken soul.
Your body decided otherwise, stubbornly shutting itself, succumbing you into its black abyss.
However though, in the brief seconds of your body plummeting to touch ground, you felt two arms suddenly catch your broken self, keeping a tight grip around your waist as they began to lower you to the rumbled rubble and debris of shattered road.
Then unexpectedly, you felt a tinge of coldness stroke across your face, which seemed to tuck a stray