Greece x Reader: Cats And Naps
You were driving off to Greece's place. Your boss told you to make friends with him and you obviously had to since he's the boss. Japan said that Greece was a good friend so you didn't complain. Though when you saw him in meetings he just slept so you never got to talk to him.
"Um, hello?" you said. The place that Greece was said to be at was a area with ruins of what seemed to be ancient.
"Hello," a quiet voice said.
"Greece? Is that you?" you asked.
"Yes," Greece said. He was sitting on a bench with three cats beside him.
You walked over to him. "Hey, I'm (C/n)."
"I know," he said looking to the side. "Sit down."
You sat and a cat sat in your lap.
"Aww, this cat's cute," you said, petting the cat.
"Yeah, I like cats," Greece said. "Don't you?"
"Yeah I prefer cats more than dogs. I guess it's because it seems like cats are less touchy than dogs."
"Actually, cats can be very comforting at the worst of times," Greece said.
"I know. I've heard they are."
"Cats are amazing," Greece said,
(Japan x Reader) When the Sun Sets -Oneshot-
My breathing sped up. My pulse quickened. It had been almost an hour since my girlfriend had said she would be there. Where was she?
Suddenly, I heard the familiar tune of my cellphone ringing. It was a special ringtone. Her ringtone. I flipped the phone open frantically, hoping for an explanation as to why she was so epicly astronomically late. It was so unlike her to be this late without any sort of explanation.
"Hello?" I answered, my breathing slowing down a bit.
"K-Kiku..." A melancholy voice came through the tiny phone. It was not my girlfriend's voice, but that of her brother, (brother's name). The sad tone in his voice sent a deadly chill down my spine, and my pulse quickened once again. I froze in fear for a moment, I just knew something was wrong. Terribly, horribly wrong.
"H-hai?" I stuttered, barely able to hold the phone to my ear because my hands were shaking so violently.
"K-Kiku, it's bad, it's really bad."
At this point I was nea