Hetalia OCSLiberty. F Jones. Washington D.CHetalia OCS by coolprincess101
Anna Kirkland London
Anastasia Braginski Moscow
Ying Wang Beijing
Rose Bonnefoy Paris
Lucinda Beilshmedit Berlin
Felicity Vargas Rome
Lovinia Vargas Rome (Yes, I did both Italys Rome. because I had no idea what other ones I could do.)
Kikya Honda Tokyo
Gabreilla Beilshmedit Her sister and everyone else just calls her Gabbi
Anita Fernandez Carrido Madrid
England x Sick!ReaderYou were home sick all day with a throbbing pain in your head. The only thing you wanted to do was stay in bed. You were home alone because your roommate actually has a life and goes out and parties while you stay home watching anime and reading fan fiction. You didn't mind this, more time for you to be alone.England x Sick!Reader by Jackbarabutt
Your phone starting buzzing crazily on the other side of the room. 'Ugh, getting up' you groaned to yourself as you tried to get up, almost fell, but made it. You answered the phone without looking at who was calling.
"Hello?" You said just above a whisper.
"Hello, _____. Still coming over for tea today, love?" You heard an English accent say. You just remembered you made plans with Arthur today. You felt like you were going to pass out, there is no way you could go over.
"I'm sorry Arthur, I don't think I can. I'm really sick," you said, making you feel worse.
"Well what do you have? Maybe I could come over and help!" He said a bit excited.
Crap. This meant he was go
Only Human - Castiel x Reader OneshotPairing: Slight Castiel x ReaderOnly Human - Castiel x Reader Oneshot by catstiel99
Reader: A hunter
Castiel and I had been out buying the boys some beers when it happened. Clearly Cas didn't recognise the vessel of the angel behind the counter, and since he was human now, he couldn't see it, either. We had no idea until it was almost too late.
There were two angels, attacking at once. I heard the soft scrape of metal, like a blade being drawn, and I spun round suddenly with a gasp. I was faced with the angel standing in front of me, a long knife drawn and raised.
Before I could even blink, Cas had drawn his own angel blade, and was diving towards the attacker. He was faster than I could have imagined, and in a second the angel was impaled on the blade, screaming as the white light of its grace burned through its body, lighting up the room.
It was then that I spotted the second angel, leaping towards Castiel from behind, knife in hand. Without a second's hesitation, I threw myself in the way, blocking the b