Summary: Adjusting to your new normal comes with some hurdles
Pairing: Erik KIllmonger x Reader
Warnings: Little itty bitty angst, little bit of drama
A/N: Thank you for the response to the last two parts I appreciate it so much. I can’t wait for the rest of this story to unfold. I hope you enjoy this chapter if you do please like and share. Also I finished my classes for the semester so hopefully I’ll be able to get updates out quicker.
That night you drove across town to Kayla’s place she forced you to eat and take the vitamins that the doctor recommended and get some sleep. When you woke up the next day you began your new normal.
For the past three months, there was a routine of sorts between you and Kayla. You’d wake up early and cook her breakfast, a thank you for her generosity when she left for work you’d start your work assignments for the week, and depending on the day Kayla’s brother, Matt would drive you down to the library to do your online classwork. You had taken Kayla’s advice and enrolled part-time to take the last few classes you’d need to finish out your degree.
*Ignore if you’ve already read this I just wanted to tag
Part 20: Recovery
My shit busted, Erik frowned frustrated as he sat looking through the rearview mirror in the Wawa parking lot. He hated this part of the job. Though he could take a hit and it wasn’t his first, second, or third time getting shot, he didn’t like the feeling of being dependent on someone else for help, even with a wound. Getting severely injured was always a risk but he preferred dealing with things on his own. Aside from that, he didn’t trust hospitals. He probably needed surgery again but definitely not in Texas. Sighing, he decided to swallow his pride for the umpteenth time to go ahead and call the man he always went to when he got shot, stabbed, or had something bad happen to him that he couldn’t completely fix in his own with a needle, some Tylenol, and time.
Dr. Charles. He had the equipment and resources and made private trips. He also knew Erik personally from his military days. On top of that, he was a proud Nigerian and didn’t ask for specifics of Erik’s dealings, deciding that it was best for him not to know so that he stayed out of it. Erik trusted him more because of it.
“Yellow,” Charles answered on the first ring. Erik’s eyes rolled. The man was in his sixties and it showed.
“Sup Chief. My leg’s busted again. I’m a fly to you-”
“No no,” he spoke forcefully. “If you’re bleeding you must contain it. You will stay down and rest! Keep your leg elevated. Have you wrap-”
“Yea yea… it’s in a tourniquet,” Erik sighed. He felt like a child being fussed at by an elder.
“Where are you?! Drive to the nearest hospital and give them my information! I’ll take care of it. We will bring you in and I will take a look.”
“Or I could just-”
“No!” It was absolute. Erik’s mouth set in a straight line. Charles reminded him a lot of his father. No one else could talk to him like that. “You pay me too much to be abandoned! Eh? Let us help,” he insists kissing his teeth. Erik had no retort. He stared through the mirrors silently biting his thumbnail.
“Alřiiight,” you sing listening to Erik’s ‘Necessary’ playlist in the background. Moving around has warmed you up despite the fact that his A/C is pumping. Shake the Room with Pop Smoke and Quavo plays, the vocalizations in the background sounding like a lowkey creepy chant a secretly possessed Tebetian monk would do. You switch to some song called Kalifornia and climb the stairs to toss the cleaning rag into laundry taking your phone from its charger. “Downstairs is officially spotless… and sanitizzzed,” you gasp to the walls as you stretch backwards feeling that sweet pull and release of tension in your back and shoulders. When you head back down, the entire bottom level smells like coconut mango, lysol, and tea tree oil mixed. “Mmm,” you sigh having inhaled deep to smell the goodness. It was fresh. “That good shit,” you chuckle.
Again, it feels so, so good to be in this house in the clear brightness of daytime. It’s calm, spacious, and beautiful like a retreat or vacation home. You can go completely nude and feel at ease, alone with no one peeping at you in a private space. You can look outside and not feel as nervous in stepping out to the driveway. So you do just that.. proudly in the nude to feel the heat on your skin. It’s still hot and muggy with the sun beating down so you head back into the A/C deciding to hit the hot tub instead.
“Oh my God,” you nearly cry with a homemade smoothie in hand as you chill in heated water, the bottom of your fro soaked and hanging on your shoulders as you sit butt naked and slumped. “I’m never leaving this house… this is officially MY house now…”
It’s an entire hour later when you dry off, as relaxed as Katt Williams’ hair on a good day. You head through the lower level again before going back upstairs. You can’t help but to be nosey looking again through his rooms and belongings. Where is the kink? This is ridiculous! It’s all too simplistic… minimalistic. It’s just weird… For someone who lives as boldly as Erik does to have no evidence of it anywhere. It seems sneaky and bizarre. You wonder why he hasn’t accumulated a house of unique knickknacks. Maybe a toy drawer? Even you have a toy drawer. Alas, the craziest things you find are six different bongs, an ugly tie dyed pair of shorts that are way too short, a keyboard piano, and boxers printed with Obama’s face. He’s really good at hiding his deviance. “I bet it’s all in that lil room,” you mutter heading to the locked door. You try the knob again thinking of using a credit card to get in. Whether it actually works you’re not sure.. and you don’t want to mess up your card. You’d bet good money that everything you wonder about is behind that door.
“Fuck this shit,” Erik gritted through his teeth as he hunched over the outdoor freezer of the Wawa. Goddamn kid, cracker ass bitch, shooting don’t know what the fuck.. He definitely needed fixing on his leg before he bleed out slowly in the Wawa parking lot. He was convinced he looked absolutely insane with a busted leg held tightly by his handmade tourniquet. It hurt like hell and he knew he had to do something. He hid the injury. No one could see it unless they really paid attention, he’d overlapped it with bandana and draped a jacket around his waist. He pulled the ice bag out of the freezer and sat it on the ground, not needing to look up to spot the camera above. In fact, he wouldn’t look up because of it. Erik looked to a hefty ginger kid in a camo cap, beige shorts, and sandals. He couldn’t be more than thirteen and he was hanging onto the glass door with a plastic bag of snacks dangling from his wrist as two rednecks entered through the door he held.
“Hey kid,” Erik nodded watching the boy’s eyes drift to his injury in question. He was observant causing Erik to shift the leg. “…Faulty machinery. Hence the ice.. but could you do me a big favor and save me some walking?” He held out a twenty and the boy took it. “And a strawberry milkshake,” Erik called behind the boy who went back inside to pay for the ice as Erik limped back to the stolen vehicle. The kid was back and at his window quickly.
“Here’s your change.” The kid held it out, ready to drop it regardless of Erik’s hand not being out to receive it.
“Keep it,” Erik muttered.
“Nah, you look like you need it a lot more than me,” the kid muttered scooting off. Erik stared after him. Little bastards. He scoffed starting the engine.
He pulled up to the hospital as instructed sending the info to Dr. Charles and as promised, Dr. Charles came through, calling on Erik’s behalf. Erik initially refused the treatment learning that they intended on treating him right there in that hospital. “Treat me yourself,” he’d fussed on the line with the trusted doctor. In the end he was swayed. He ended up in a hospital bed in Texas getting x-rayed despite his protests. Turned out they did need to operate to repair the fractured bone and tend to his vascular injury. The operation took three hours. When he woke, he was in recovery aka lockdown. His head was a little cloudy from their drugs. He decided to call the one person who he could count on to be truly excited to hear from him. He thought about how he’d start the conversation to keep her from asking too much. He just wanted to feel that warm glow she always gave him.. feel that she was with him without giving too much away.
Thinking bout you.. Just wanted to hear your voice..
What you doing.. how’d you sleep?
Y/N. Can you talk to me for a bit while I listen? I’m tired…
That’s your pocket buzzing. Pulling out your phone you do a double take at the screen and a streak of irritation surfaces, plucking your nerve. Perfect time to ask about that so called colleague he’s probably hitting and he’d better fess up to whatever it is he’s hiding.
Erik: You alive?
Instead of texting nonsense back, you dial his number and he picks up on the first ring.
“Angel… I miss you already girl.”
“Well then you know where to find me,” you snap hearing his soft chuckle. “And what the hell is so funny?”
“You… with all this bass. You hungry?”
“Don’t ask me nothing dumb like that.”
“Yeaah…. you need your tummy full. When’s the last time you ate?”
“Erik?.. Shut up. You know what I wanna talk about,” your voice lowers. “Tell me why that girl felt comfortable waltzing into your house last night and getting into myface like she belonged there.. Last I checked you don’t have any friends.”
“Well last I checked…,” he kisses his teeth. “Nah, I ain’t call you for all that..,” his voice calms. “Just know we ain’t close like you thinking. She happened to pop up. Ain’t like I invited her.”
“But if she’s close enough to you to perform pop-ups then I feel like you should’ve mentioned her to me like you mentioned your other three.”
“It’s like I said, wasn’t nothing to mention.” Silence stretches as you wait for him to explain. “We work together. Work is all I have. Work is all she has. We just understand that about each other, that’s all it is.”
“Are you telling me the truth?”
“You starting to piss me off. Yes.”
“Don’t get smart.. I’m choosing to believe you.”
“Uh huh. Eat something.”
“I am,” you squint fixing your face when the waitress brings your drink and smiles. “I’m at PF Changs now.”
“Oh? What you order?”
“Potstickers… lettuce wraps…. Thinking of getting some spring rolls… but also kinda wanna wait to see how I feel first. I don’t wanna order it and have all these plates on the table at the same time and I’m the only one sitting here… you know?”
He chuckles and it’s a light breath of amusement. “You know what?… I’m proud of you, kid. You survived the night alone in that big scary house. Such a big girl.”
“Erik, don’t patronize me,” you flush, glad he’s not there to see it. Your tone gives nothing away. “I live alone. You forget that.”
“But that’s different.. were you scared?”
“Not at all!” You sip your ginger beer. “What are you doing now?”
“Mm. Resting before I head out. I’ll see you soon though.. before you know it.”
“No rush actually. I’m enjoying the house, you can stay where you at.”
“Here are your potstickers.. lettuce wraps..,” the waitress hums setting the white plates on the wooden square table. “Anything else for you?”
“Not yet, I’ll have to see how this goes.” The food looks delicious so you talk to it instead of her.
“Understood,” she smiles warmly dashing off to the kitchen as you pray silently to yourself. You almost forget Erik’s on the phone as you eat until he speaks up a minute later.
“Y/N.. Do you miss me?”
“Nope.” You take another few sips of ginger beer as he’s silent. “..I’m kidding.”
“Are you though?”
“Shut up. I told you come home.”
“Shame we couldn’t finish that little exercise when we were out together. I wonder how you’d have fared if we had.”
“You were gonna have me do something ridiculous, I already know it.” Sauce drips down your finger from the lettuce wrap and you catch it with the paper napkin from under your glass.
“Mm.. It’s only ridiculous if you’re easily embarrassed.. which means you care too much how you’re viewed by others. It’s holding you back.”
“We all care about how we’re presenting ourselves in society.” With another sip of ginger beer you pick up a potsticker and dip it. “It’s called self-awareness it’s how we maneuver.. and as much as we don’t like it, image is important especially when you’re black working against people’s pre-judgements.”
“Yes and awareness is crucial but avoidance is a fear-based response that you specifically utilize as a self-imposed barrier. You could go.. so much further.. if you wouldn’t avoid the situations that could cause others to view you in a way you don’t particularly like.. also keeping in mind you’re not a psychic to know what others are thinking.”
“It doesn’t take a psychic to read the room.”
“You know.. I’d love to see you be yourself..”
“I’m already myself.”
“With others and not just with me. Although I love having part of you to myself,” he pauses. “If I’m ever.. not with you for some reason, I want you to take that with you. Keep that same energy wherever you go. 'Cause you don’t and your interactions suffer for it.”
“I’m out at P.F. Chang’s eating lunch.. Why? Why do we always go to therapy when I’m eating?”
“Watchu mean? That’s the best time to talk to you, when your mouth is full. As a matter of fact, ballpark. How many people in the restaurant?”
“NO.” You bite another potsticker.
“YES. What we just talk about? Tell me how many.”
He chuckles again, breathily. “More than 10?”
“Yes! More than 10!”
“So here’s the thing. You do it and I’ll do something you want when I get back, don’t matter what it is.”
“And if I don’t?”
“Then your punkass don’t get shit. Easily put. This what I want you to do..”
“No, wait,” you frown and chew on your straw. “Let’s wait until you get back. It’ll give you incentive to come back quicker.” The waitress brings your refill. “I’ll take those spring rolls,” you tell her.
“You think you slick,” Erik laughs. He sounds dead tired. “Okay. When I get back.”
“You okay? You don’t sound too good.” Listening more closely, you hope he’s not coming down with anything.
“Yeah I’m good. Did a lil workout, you know.. nigga a lil.. tired,” he exhales.
He tugs you through the cloying smoke of the hallway, through a string of entangled bodies, all in varying states of undress, until he finally comes to a stop at the fire exit door. He takes one look at you and the look on your face is enough to have him pushing the door open and tripping the alarm.
S/O to @shaekingshitup and @chaneajoyyy I needed this challenge to get me back. It pushed me to finally get this out of my head. I played with the idea of adding a third chapter to this mini series, but damn it we deserve. I just love a happy ending and I couldn’t help myself. It’s short but nice. I’ll be doing another one. :) Hope y’all like it.
The lounge is peppered with generations of blackness. A couple of teenagers who appear to be all on their own sit together, drawn to each other by no other factor other than age and circumstance. They look up as you pass.
“Brown skin girl Your skin just like pearls The best thing in the world Never trade you for anybody else” - Beyoncé, Saint Jhn, and Wizkid feat. Blue Ivy Carter
A/N: This is one of my participations to the Quarantine Writing Challenge proposed by @chaneajoyyy and @shaekingshitup (won’t let me tag you) I hope you guys enjoy it! I’ve also been dying to use this song for a fic because I love it so much
Word Count: 1783
******************* You hummed to yourself trying to keep yourself calm with this fidgeting little girl between your legs. The fidgeting little girl is your adorable, sweet, and at the moment, very annoying daughter Sarai. You were trying to do her hair but it was like she didn’t want you to. She wasn’t usually like this so you figured she was just having an off day where she didn’t want her hair messed with. You understood completely. You kept on understanding until it got too damn irritating.
You huffed putting the wide-tooth comb on the bed beside you. “Ok Sarai. What’s the problem?”
You could hear her pouting and she mumbled something incoherent.
“Excuse me? Mommy is speaking to you clearly so can you give mommy the same treatment back? And face me…” You turned her around to look at her pouty, dismal expression. It hurt you to see your baby so sad. “When I’m talking to you. That’s how a conversation works. Now tell mommy what’s wrong.”
“Where exactly are you taking me,” you slur through toothpaste, spitting it in the sink before rinsing. It’s still early, 8:45, but he’s fast, putting on clothes in his room while you take the bathroom.
“Well you need clothes, I ain’t forget.”
“And hair products, a curling iron, satin cap, my own body wash,” you add using his mouthwash. It’s good he has extras of the basics. The bathroom door is cracked so he can walk in and hand you a stick of deodorant which you jam under your arms and set in an empty drawer with your toothbrush for your own. “Okay, v-neck come through.”
Full business casual, he comes up beside you in the mirror brushing his shaved sides down and you walk out to put your shoes back on, wearing the same clothes from yesterday.
The way out of the building is just as smooth as the way in. You take a staircase to a display where his glossy burgundy BMW sits with tinted windows and custom tags.. his trophy.. and then you get in. He presses a button and you sink through tinted glass looking out at the view until you reach ground and the wall goes up behind you allowing him to back out onto pavement.
“I’ll never get over that,” you mumble looking through the side mirror to watch the opening shut. His own private entrance. A ‘sky garage’ he called it.
“What do you think about Black Wall Street?” He’s driving somewhat normal now, only six miles over the speed limit and you haven’t felt like you were going to fall through the door yet which is a plus.
“Black business, black mecca.”
“It’s been the pinnacle of black successful business. If you look at Tulsa, Jackson Ward, Durham.. We were at the height of self-sufficiency. We had bankers, builders, mechanics, electricians, cooks, shoemakers, tailors…. hairstylists. Anything you needed, you’d get from your own people and it worked! We were putting money in each other’s pockets and building wealth with each other, taking pride in our blackness instead of tryna be the third white race… you know Asians are the second.”
“I was with you until that last one.”
“Nia, you know what happened to all them cities?”
“They were destroyed.”
“By who? Did we destroy ourselves?”
“Boy. Who are you, Dr. Umar?”
“That’s what you think?”
You touch the small black, red, and green beaded necklace with the wooden brown carved Africa pendent sitting in his cupholder.
“Umar Johnson is an ignorant misogynist who uses his platform to spread false information while robbing his followers. That’s what you think of me?”
You blink. “No, I only meant the superwoke part.”
“Unlike him, I have a Ph.D and I don’t think AIDS came from gay black men, but it was intended to decimate the black population.”
“I get it, don’t compare you,” you mutter watching the Oakland city views through your tinted window. People are out, strutting and power-walking on sidewalks and jogging across streets to work.
“Who destroyed our black wall streets?”
“White people,” you sigh giving him what he wants.
“Never forget that the US National Guard united with White Nationalists in 1921 to bomb and shoot up the Greenwood District of Tulsa. They destroyed 35 blocks of self-sufficient black business, murdering an estimated 200 people and injuring more. This is what happens when you and I pull ourselves up by our bootstraps in this country. Jackson Ward? Socio-economic assault. They built a highway right through it and put their own businesses around it to undercut our efforts. They chased us out and sent us to housing projects then filled them with drugs. You see where I’m going with this?”
“I think I’m starting to.”
“Nia, you’ve seen my dreams, you’ve seen where I’ve been. I’ve stood on both sides and seen firsthand how easy it is to infiltrate and decimate an entire city, a region even with the right intelligence and firepower. Hell, I’ve even pulled the trigger and I’m not proud, but it was a necessary evil for me to see that it doesn’t matter how strong you build or how pure your intentions are. When a government decides that you’ve surpassed the ceiling of poverty they’ve designed specifically for you they’ll wipe out a generation, drug you up, and restart you from zero. Do you understand how deep this goes?”
You finger the beaded necklace in your lap. Of course you understand everything he’s saying, but what he’s expecting from you is a different story and you won’t agree to anything prematurely.
“Where’s the end,” you ask. How will he know when he’s accomplished this great mission he’s been on for most of his life? It’s all he breathes. Will he even survive without the fight as his purpose? Keeping your silence, you watch his profile as he turns left.
“Africa. Africa was the start and it’ll be the end, but in the meantime we need to provide legal and physical protection here, major city by city. We need safe houses, secured and armed.. built to withstand the force of a nuclear weapon.”
“How will you manage that?”
“How long will it take is the question.” Pulling up to a building standing among other buildings, this one is as big as a high school with lettering across the front reading Wakandan International Outreach Center. Temporarily, you put the fact that you’re supposed to be shopping to the back of your mind. You’ve heard of this place on the news, but somehow you didn’t put this together. He parks in front of some well manicured bushes in a space marked for the CEO.
“You’re the CEO?” You look around at the cars in the lot, the WIOC bus, and to the people walking inside.
“You ain’t know? Ms. See Everything?”
“If I saw everything, I’d have figured this thing out between us. Don’t ya think?”
He steps out and adjusts his tie. He’s got the grey v-neck sweater vest, the white collared shirt underneath. The navy chinos.. and the navy oxfords.
Getting out, you spin showing off the same outfit you’ve been wearing and his brows raise subtly as you walk in beside him. Immediately he’s rushed with greetings from the three people at the front desk, two guys and a girl, all wearing black WIOC shirts with blue and purple lettering that reminds you of a 90s paper cup pattern. Very stylish and retro.
The girl with the baby face and two long feed-in braids, is reaching out, grabbing your hand to stamp with some sort of mallet which he gently blocks with two fingers on her wrist before it makes contact.
“Shakila, this is an affiliate,” he stares. The girl straightens, backing up meekly and the guy to her right.. the one with a rougher feel and a troublesome glint in his eye can’t be over 21, you guess. He rolls out from behind the desk and you see he’s wearing all black roller skates with orange and green swirled wheels. They look custom.
“72 people in the building, boss, counting you two. Ghost and Slim out patrolling, say we gotta bluebird.. 5-0 campin at Fuller’s they up to something but they been quiet..up there since about 8:15 this morning.”
“Keep watching. Let me know if anything changes.”
“Yezzir.” He rolls off down the hall and makes a right, disappearing.
“Donnie, how you doin,” Erik asks the man who’s been reading a magazine, chillin. He’s bald, light skin, and looks over 40. He’s also as big as Erik! His muscles make his t-shirt took like a muscle shirt, it’s tight, but it seems more of a personal style choice than an issue of not being able to get a bigger shirt.
Erik taps the desk before continuing down a short hall that splits into three and you walk alongside him, making a left when he makes a left and passing two young boys in the hall.
“They thought I was bringing you in for assistance,” he clarifies and your face scrunches. “But you and your salon might be interested in becoming affiliates after I give you the tour.”
“Really? Wow..” This thing with him just keeps getting stranger.
“This is the women’s dorm,” he stops in front of a large expanded room, a space filled with about.. “Twenty beds, ten bunk beds. Forty women can sleep here with their kids. They call and we hold the spot or they show up and take it. That’s all the beds we could fit in there but I’m thinking of expanding. The men’s dorm is on the other side of the building. Don’t worry, we have security. No incidents yet. Further down,” he leads and you follow him down the clean tile hall. He takes you into another opening that says locker room.
“It’s like a YMCA in here.” You turn looking all through at the rows of lockers with actual locks, the showers, four toilet stalls, four sinks.
“There are 60 lockers, eight showers, eight stalls, eight sinks, two washers, and two dryers.”
“Y'all water bill high.” Looking back to him, he smiles and nods for you to head out into the hall again as you follow him. “This place is nice, if I didn’t have my apartment, I’d try to stay someplace like this.”
“It’s our safe place for homeless kids and families or just people who need a place to be without having to look over their shoulder, wondering where their meal coming from or who’s after them.”
Pausing, you look around and Erik stops. This place is beautiful. He’s even got the babies’ art hanging on the walls making the place warmer.
“Yeah.. You know, I’d actually love to be affiliated with this place. I wanna donate. How do I do that?”
“I’m glad you asked, Nia. Keep walking with me. Let me show you the rest,” he smirks, speeding up as he unlocks a door with his handprint that lights up blue.
“What the hell,” you mutter staring between him and the door.
“Staff only entrance. Extra measure to keep the women safe on this side, if you wanna leave or come in, there’s one way and you gotta get through security, that way you’re only back here if you’re supposed to be.
Through the door is another hall that’s perpendicular to the one you just left. You follow him left and come to a large open cafeteria full of people sitting at tables, eating. Men, women, small children, teens, all black for the most part. There is a sprinkle of darker skin that isn’t black. A mother with three young kids and then an old man.
“How do you get away with only taking black people? Isn’t that 'discrimination’,” you ask with air quotes. Not that you take issue with it, you’re just curious. He laughs.
“When the colonizers come we just tell them we don’t have the space and if there’s an issue we have Donnie escort them out. We don’t get governmental assistance, we’re not required to run how they think we should run. We screen everyone who comes through and take who we think will benefit from our programs.
"Wow, I’m with it,” you smile following him to the food line.
“Gone 'head baby,” the older woman in front of him waves for you both to go ahead. He puts his hand on her back and kisses her cheek and the line ahead happily parts like the red sea letting the both of you through with a quickness. They love him. They genuinely love him. They also all have stamps on their hand. One woman is trying to pull her stubborn toddler aside and out of the way, but Erik sweeps him up and sits the boy on his hip, winking at the woman before passing you a white dish and grabbing two more.
“What you want lil man,” he asks as he goes through each option fixing two plates. One (sausage links, grits, eggs, bacon, fried potatoes, pancakes, fruit cup) for himself and one (sausage links, bacon, eggs, pancake, fruit cup) for the kid.
Choosing a table, you sit with your plate (some of everything because it looks good) and Erik follows, sitting across from you with the kid and the two plates.
“I’ll get the drinks,” you offer heading back to pick up two glasses of apple juice, making it to the table before returning for one more glass and three straws. You pass them out and take your seat, mouth watering and ready to eat.
“Bow your head and close your eyes, please.” You lower yours and wait.
“I don’t close my eyes.” He lowers his head and you say the prayer as the toddler reaches into Erik’s plate grabbing one of his sausages. Erik doesn’t look up but he shakes his head with a slow smile and you try to keep from laughing as you finish saying grace.
“Amen,” you snort picking up your fork.
“This why I keep my eyes open,” he points to the kid, shaking his head in humor. He sets the boy in the seat and hands him a piece of his own sausage. Looking over, you see the mom approaching with her plate and an apologetic smile.
“Lord,” she sighs. She’s pretty though she looks tired. “I’m so sorry, he’s a handful, I know.”
“Not at all,” Erik smiles. She sits next to her son and he automatically starts pulling on her, saying “mama, mom, mommy,” just busy, so she pulls him onto her lap to keep him still. They’re both cute and remind you of Lia and her son, Jackson.
“This is Chyna.. and Orion,” he palms the boy’s head playfully. “Chyna, this is Nia,” he nods digging into his plate.
“Hi Nia,” she smiles and you reach out to take her hand, asking how she is. She’s great but ready to eat, she laughs and for a while you all just focus on eating.
“Mommy,” Orion starts and you understand 40% of what he just said. His mom entertains him with hums of “Really? Oh wow,” as she eats, feeding bacon into his hands.
“You here for a job,” she asks looking up and it’s an innocent question.
“I’m here on tour of the facility, just lookin-”
“Nia is an affiliate and potential shareholder. We’re in discussion,” he interrupts.
“Oh okay..,” Chyna’s eyes widen. “So you’re getting a feel of the center. Let me tell you why this place is so important,” she says all humor gone.
“Me and my son have been here for the past few nights.. a few nights before that.. and then maybe a week prior.” She looks to Erik and he nods.
“His father, Rashaad,” she continues, gesturing to her son, “He died last month and didn’t leave a dime. I talked to his family and my family and they told me I could sign over his body and the state would cremate him,” she pauses, still in shock from it. “…But I couldn’t do that…” Tears leak from her eyes and you look around for a napkin. She swallows, her eyes turning pink, and takes a breath. “Then there was the rent.. We hadn’t paid it for the month and our extension was running out,” she sniffs. “Well I had a funeral to plan, I couldn’t let the state take him.”
Orion, feeling her sadness, rubs her face to try to make her feel better and she tries to pull herself together.
“So ah-” she wipes her nose. “I took a chance and contacted the Wakandan International Outreach Center and they not only paid for the burial and the coffin, they sent a representative to the funeral for words of encouragement and I’ll never forget that,” she sighs. Erik keeps his eyes down to his plate.
“See, his daddy.. was a hood,” she continues, eyes dead on yours. You know what she’s talking about. You don’t have to grow up in Cali to have family in the streets. “He was shot out there in the streets in a driveby…,” she sniffs. “And you know.. people like to talk a lotta shit, but even if he wasn’t nothing to nobody else, he was someone to me. I loved him.”
“We’re working on getting Chyna a higher paying job to cover her rent,” Erik interjects giving her time to wipe her face.
“Yeah, they paid the rent for the month and they’re paying next month. I’m taking the class on building a resume now. I’m still working at Ross, I’m just trying to do everything I can.
"You’re doing a lot,” you offer and Erik gestures for you to stand to follow him out. “It was good to meet you and hear your experience,” you smile shaking her hand.
“Thank you, and I’m glad you’re trying to help. We need more people like him,” she points to Erik.
“Shit, don’t boost me,” he smiles. It’s something he’s done a lot since he’s been here and you’ve noticed that his smile is something that brings so much peace and a sense of safety to these people. Still, looking at him you can see deep down there’s a spot in him that isn’t touched. It’s full of rage and intense sadness that his smile can’t cover. If only the peace he provided to all these people would reach him.
Marvel Universe | Black Panther Erik Stevens [ N’Jadaka ]
He hasn’t had a true friend in a while. No companionship; only his hunger for vengeance; his missions to kill before he can take the throne of his father’s home. Erik figured he didn’t need it, not when he’d been without love since losing his father as a child. No. Erik – Killmonger – didn’t want a friend. Then why did he not assert himself when you trailed behind him? He’d been aggressive with civilians before. Toppling governments for the U.S. never required him to be warm to the people of developing nations; but you were so like a lost puppy, so like, if he dared admit, him, after finding his father dead, that he just couldn’t. So he bit his tongue and endured your presence. Endured – that was what he called it. You were a nuisance after all, no? You had no training to protect yourself, nothing to help him and his colleagues in their mission. You had nothing that Erik could respect. Right? Wrong. In the face of his coldness, you’d never failed to be kind. Perhaps you had no idea what he was there to do – the chaos he and his colleagues were sent to create. He had half a mind to tell you just to be rid of you. But he didn’t. He couldn’t. Erik didn’t want to. He’d forgotten what it was like to have someone he could die for. More than that, he’d forgotten the warmth of caring about someone one could live for. Erik had forgotten entirely how to live. But not when he was around you. He had a friend again, at last. Maybe one day he could shoot some hoops with you and just… relax. But not someday soon. He still had his father to avenge.
I claim no credit for the gif. All credit goes to its wonderful creator. xx
Summary: ITS ABOUT TO GO DOWN (lol that’s all you’re getting)
Warnings: THE FLUFFIEST SMUT lol.
Its 6.1k words.
A/N: I’m so happy I finally got this out! I think I got about 2-3 more chapters then this series will be finished.
Erik did not want to be at this
day party at all. He rather be bothering you, getting on your last nerve. But
today you had plans with Deja and Shannon, and he promised T’Challa he would
socialize more. So, when some of his old associates from the kill squad wanted
to link up, he said yes.
He saw the group of guys
sitting at a table in the back. “Killmonger, what’s up, man” The man he known
as Slice asked.
“Nothing much,” Erik said
taking his seat. “And just call me Erik. That Killmonger shit is done.”
“Shit, I heard you were out,
but didn’t believe it. What fuck you doing now?” Roman another teammate asked.
“I’m an engineer at the Wakandan
Bones, the biggest out of all
of them shoved Erik excitedly almost knocking him over. “Word? I knew your
smart ass would be doing big things!”
A grunt came from the corner,
Erik’s been ignoring. Although Erik wasn’t particularly close with his crew
members, but he couldn’t stand Painkiller’s ass. Something about that
light-skinned nigga rubbed him the wrong way. Perhaps it was because they were
too alike. Alphas among alphas, cocky, methodical, smart, and ruthless.
“Getting soft, Killmonger?”
Painkiller asked, hiding a smirk behind his glass.
This is the first fic I have ever written and I have no clue if this is good or not, ngl. I am super nervous about posting this, I’ve read so much fanfic and been too scared to write but today I just said F it! The gif is not mine!
“Bye Leigh! Thanks for the party, tell Marvin if he tries some shit imma beat his ass when I see him next!” I shout at one of my homegirls who has been fucking around with this high key chill but hella ignorant POS.
“Take yo fine ass to bed sis, GOODNIGHT!” She scoffs as she speeds off in her whip. I chuckle as I make my way into my shared apartment with one of my besties from college, Cameron. I have known her for the past 10 years and she truly has been a ride or die who makes sure that we both have our heads screwed on straight. As I make my way up into the apartment I notice that the lights are all off, which isn’t unusual because it is about 2:30 and she heads off to bed hella early, always talking bout how she “got work in the morning”. She gets her ass up at 8:00 every morning… weekends included, I don’t know how somebody would willingly wake up that early on weekend but Cami does. I cut on the light over the kitchen and notice a note on the counter that just tells me that I’m on dish duty next week and that there is also a surprise in my room. I swear if I walk in that room and there is some random shit in it, Imma wake her up and keep her up till the sun say what’s poppin’. I trot into my room carrying my shoes and drop them by the side of my dresser, when they make contact with the floor the light abruptly turns on. I grab tightly on my clutch and get ready to swing.
But what DMs? Who’s talking shit about me,“ you hiss mid-stair. He’s halfway down the hall.
"Bring ya ass on,” he whisper-yells and you jog over to grab his wrist demanding his focus.
“I hear you,” he says a little forcefully, unzipping the fly to his black Levi’s and walking sock-footed into the main bathroom on the way to the toilet.
“Okay so? Why have you never brought any of this up to me? And how many of these messages you been getting?”
“Hella. Bae, get out I gotta piss.”
“I need to see these messages.”
“You finna see more than that.”
“I don’t care, I’ve seen your dick before.. Erik!..”
“Out,” he points to the door.
Closing it behind you, you wait in the hall while he does his business. When he opens the door he double-blinks shocked to see you standing so close, glaring up at him.
“You never mentioned it… Don’t you think that’s something important to tell me?”
“For what,” he deadpans. “What would you do with that information?”
“Tell you I’m not cheating!”
“I know you not cheating.” He says it so matter-of-factly that it catches you off guard.
“It’s just odd. Someone sends you pictures and you aren’t the least bit curious?”
“Should I suspect you?”
“Hell nah! I’m very loyal,” you scoff. “But with all these seeds being planted in your mind, you never had any doubts about me?”
“Once or twice,” he admits, his forearm now resting on the wall over your head.
“WHEN?” Your eyes are wide.
“You remember when I hit you up and you said you was at the studio, but my producer ain’t see you?”
Of course I remember that.
“I couldn’t figure out why you’d lie to me about something that small.”
“Erik, that was the night I wanted to surprise you by having your favorite cheesecake from Sugar’s because I was excited you were coming home!”
“I know that now,” he smirks sarcastically. It was also the first night we played with food and sex. The cake was a mess, we had to buy new sheets. “Only reason I was trippin then was cuz three niggas DM’d me the same video saying you was in the clubs with 6lack and that I’m a simp cuz the nigga was kissing all down your neck.” He rubs down his own thick neck in distaste for the mental image. “I zoomed,” he pinched the air, “She looked like you, her skin and her hair. Side profile. The fucked up part was I knew through the business 6lack was tryna collab and you were on to collab with a rapper. Plus I was away for a lil bit. But I looked at that picture real close and I saw she had green polish. Last I’d seen, you were wearing white.”
“I’ve never even- …what? Erik! You should’ve told me!”
“No need. Even if the rumors were true, I wouldn’t leave you.. Not immediately.”
“Not immediately, but you’d dip on my ass and I wouldn’t know why.” That actually kind of hurts. “I mean, I do get it. Cheating is definitely my dealbreaker.”
“Oh for sure. Disloyalty is mine and I hate liars.”
“Wow,” I mouth just staring at him. “You really never hit me with the questions..”
“I checked up on you to make sure you were straight,” he straightens defensively.
“No, I know. I mean clocking my moves. You never did that.”
“I’m not your last nigga,” his brow raises indignantly. “You know where home is just like I know what I deserve.”
“You’re right, you deserve the best. You deserve me,” you smile, the smile drooping seconds later. “Erik, those messages.. all these lies about me. They really bother me and I know they shouldn’t and that I should get used to it but I don’t like having my integrity on trial like this. I don’t get why people would say so much about someone they’ve never met, like I’m not a person with emotions.”
He unlocks his phone and taps a few times and when he shows you the screen it’s his Twitter account. His DM’s are packed full of people, just like yours. It suddenly hits you how you never check each others’ phones. You never felt a need to check his. He puts his phone in your hand and you scroll opening a random message. It’s a nude of a blonde white woman sent with no other information. She’s showing pale pink nipples and barbie proportions but he hadn’t responded. The next message is one from one of his fan accounts sending him a bunch of hearteyes. He takes over the phone exiting out of that and scrolling. The next message he shows, they’d forwarded a post about you fucking 6lack with a sad face emoji. You open it and have to admit there’s a strong resemblance, but you’ve never, ever cheated on him.
“What the hell? That’s not even me, I swear!”
“This is raising my blood pressure.”
“It goes with the fame. They always talk shit about me being a fuckboy even though I been with you all this time. It just means you’re relevant.”
“There’s gotta be other ways to stay relevant- Shh. Wait… You hear that?”
You listen to the air. It’s silent, you just noticed. You decide to peep in on the baby. He’s still knocked out. Though it’s quiet now, he’d slept through another World War and it makes you wonder how bad Nay and Corey have been cuttin up in that apartment for this kid to be that used to the noise. Nay probably underplayed the severity of the situation.
Erik cracks the door again concealing the baby from your sight to direct you to the stairs with a nod. Leading the way, you head down silently
in search of Anaya. She’s not in the living room where you’d left her with Corey and they’re not in the kitchen, his favorite place.
“Where did she go,” you mouth watching Erik peep through a window and cross the room. You look through the same window, see nothing, and follow Erik as he heads to the hot tub. As you approach, you can hear noises. Splashing, plopping, moaning, and..
“Shit, y'all getting it in ain’t you,” Erik grins. Anaya’s body melts into the water as she grips the edge of the hot tub to hide. Corey hits one more pump and she hits him, not wanting to moan.
“GET OUT,” Corey yells sending a splash out of the tub in Erik’s direction. It sprinkles you both, but most of the water falls back down as you hop back.
“This my house,” Eriks grins.
“And I like to watch," you add, humored by the fact that they can’t find it within themselves to stop fuckin.
"Y/N get out!” Anaya splashes, water bouncing from her arch as Corey’s hips clap against her ass underwater. You laugh holding your knees so not to fall.
“Get it Nay! That’s how you get baby number 2!”
“GET OUT,” they both yell in unison.
Back in the house, Erik’s eyes are crinkled and he’s trying to contain himself like you but you’re both actually children and can’t stop giggling. In any case, the two seem to be alright now.
“Baby. I wanna finish this conversation.” You wait beside the sink looking at his eyes. “As you know, Anaya and I made a fake page and found some of the people who be spreading shit about me. Hate pages and they’re mostly mad because I’m with you.”
“I saw that shit. Sent them to Quentin and he said he traced the IP addresses of the two Twitter accounts we sent him, but something ain’t sit right with me.” He pours himself a bowl of Cap'n Crunch and leans against the counter to eat it, smacking loudly. “Who been watching us to know my schedule.. They said some bout me leaving the house and us barely being together. My tour schedule is public but other than that don’t nobody but you and my team really know where I be.”
“You think it’s somebody on your team doing this?”
“Nah, everybody on my team love you and glad you’re here to make me more manageable. They feel like they can snitch to you to keep me in line.”
That one makes you giggle.
“I think it could be someone on your team. Someone you hired.” He stares through you as he chews and you wait for him to finish his theory, on edge. It’s all got you paranoid especially when he sits the bowl down unfinished. “Gimme your phone.” He looks serious and confused, you hand it over.
“I’ll be back,” he says zipping up the stairs. Within minutes he’s back with shoes on fully dressed grabbing his keys. He kisses you on the cheek and you jog after him to the door.
“WHERE ARE YOU GOING?”
“TELL COREY DON’T NUT IN MY TUB,” he yells back as you watch him leave.
With nothing to do and no one to do it with you decide working on your music is the best use of your time and return to the home studio to work on track six of your album. Last you were there, you couldn’t get quite right. Erik could hear it and so could you.
Pursing your lips you slide back up to the computer, put your Drop headphones back on, and play it back. Then you add the rap from earlier and play it back wishing the team was still in the house to give some advise. Hell at this point you’d listen to Courtney, the new and improved nanny.
Before another thought can cross your mind, you’re tossing your headphones back on the table and running down the stairs out to the hot tub where Anaya and Corey are in their underwear slow dancing to Marvin Gaye. Rushing in, you immediately start looking for their phones in their pile of clothes.
“Sis. Whatcha doin,” Corey asks still looking at Anaya but he can hear me ruffling through their things.
“Looking for a phone, Erik has mine.”
“Under y'all coffee table,” he says finally making eye contact to see your face twisted in mock disgust. “What.. don’t act like y'all niggas don’t fuck everywhere in this house.”
“It’s our house! That’s okay though y'all just roll in where we nutted at, it’s fine,” you wave dismissively.
“Y'all can soak in where we nutted at! Have fun cuh’ I skeeted all in this bih-”
“BYE COREY. Stupid ass,” I mumble so he hears. I don’t have time to play with him I need to call Erik.
“What bitch,” he answers and you almost fire off, feathers ruffled and taken aback until you remember you’re calling from Corey’s number.
“Y/N,” his tone changes. “Sup baby, you okay?”
“Yeah I thought about what you said and the NANNY.. what if it was her? Not Courtney but the one I caught in my stuff.. Raven. She freaked me out.”
“I think you might be right, I got her info from your phone. I’m headed to her now.”
“You’re going to her apartment?”
“Yeah, trust me okay?”
“Okay but I’ve got a bone to pick with her, I would’ve went just so I could beat her ass one time.”
He snorts. “You’re staying out of it. As far as anyone knows, you aren’t the one who deals with this shit. You have an image to protect.. unless you wanna be painted as aggressive and reckless like me."
"I don’t care.”
“Yes. You do.”
“And anyway you’re not as reckless as they paint it and when you are I like it,” you shrug resting your hand on your hip. “You’ve got character.. and so do I.”
“Okay well keep your character over there, you got enough drama on your name.”
Hanging up with him, you realize you can’t call the bitch either because her contact was in your phone, but that can’t be the end of it. It’s not that you don’t trust Erik, you just want your one hit in. Heading to the hot tub again, you catch Anaya and Corey as they’re coming back toward the kitchen.
“YES? WHAT,” she asks wide-eyed like I’m blowing her high.
“You won’t believe this. I think that old nanny, the one who neglected my godson to play dressup in my closet, might be the one who leaked my number.”
Immediately she freezes in place. “You know you did contact her before it happened,” she points at me connecting dots in her head. “She was probably the type. No, definitely. It was her ass,” she nods swinging hands like she’s ready to fight.
“Godson?… My son?” Corey looks interested now, chin angled down like it better be a lie.
“Anthony, nigga. I hired her to give Anaya a mental break and the trifling hoe did nothing all day but walk around my house and go through my stuff.”
“She ain’t even feed or change my son,” Anaya adds tapping Corey on his chest. He’s pissed all over again, his lip curled in disgust.
“Hell nah where she at,” he frowns.
“Erik went to find her and took my phone since he figured it out first. I don’t have her information.”
“Hell, I do.” Anaya jogged up the stairs and returned holding the sleeping Anthony and a slip of paper. “I wrote it down after what she did cause I was ready to find her ass myself but didn’t wanna do it here and drag you in it, you got enough problems. Sorry for unlocking your phone, but hmm,” she hums as Corey takes the slip scanning it.
“I’m glad you did it,” you assure glad to have the information now. Corey’s already gone and when he returns he’s got your car keys in hand, storming out the front door and you jog after him with your hand out. “Uh uh! Bring my keys back!” He looks at you like you’ve got to be kidding but when he comes back, you snatch the house key to lock up and toss them back to him. “Now we can go!” This time you don’t stop him as he jogs off. You, Anthony, and Anaya are right behind him. It’s the fastest Anaya has ever put Anthony in that carseat with him waking up only to look around and out the car windows, touch his shoes, and go back to sleep.
Pulling up to the address you see Erik’s car and hop out the passenger side of your car as Corey leaves the car running for sake of the A/C. “Stay here with my son,” he orders to Anaya, slamming the door.
“Easy. On. My. Car,” you fuss rolling your eyes. The both of you jog ahead to the apartment building and there’s no elevator in sight. Without a second thought, he jogs up the stairs and you follow, walking up.
By the time you get there, your legs hurt but you make it to the apartment not sure of whose ass you can beat until your legs recover. You try the door and it’s unlocked so you walk in, stopping short before you turn the corner. When you peep around… There standing with his arms folded is Erik in front of Corey who’s threatening to kill someone. Never have you ever seen Corey this angry to threaten to kill someone but he’s serious. Briefly you wonder why Erik’s standing there in front of him like that and not brawling then you peep a little further. There’s a gun pointed at them but you can’t see who’s holding it without exposing that you’re there and coming in further. It looks like it’s Raven’s arm.
“You better pray you don’t miss,” Corey laughs behind Erik as he moves to block Corey’s vital points.
“Say that to my face.. step around,” the girl’s voice taunts. “Scared?”
Corey is losing control and it finally hits you that Erik’s using himself as a shield because the girl won’t shoot him.
“COME ON,” she challenges. “I don’t want you here, I just want HIM,” she chuckles.
“Fuck that,” Erik retorts. “Never again.”
Again?? You almost walk in there but stop yourself. It had to be before you. Yeah, that has to be the case.
“If you strip for me… right… now,” she giggles, “I’ll let your friend go. Simple. Whaddya say Erik? I promise. Baby, I promise.”
Oh hell nah.
“He ain’t doing shit bitch, shoot me. I dare you,” Corey jumps causing Erik to shift again.
You can’t leave and you don’t have a phone to tell Anaya to call 911. Besides, neither of you would respect calling 911 anyway it was already out of the question.
But you also know if the bitch is this crazy and Corey is this mad, she will shoot him dead and Erik can’t move because he knows she’ll shoot Corey. They’re stuck and she’s taking advantage. There’s only one thing left to do.
“BOO BITCH,” you yell running around the corner praying you don’t die tonight. You anticipate her firing her gun at you and slide as she shoots.. like a boss until she fires down. You try to dodge and get hit in the shoulder before Erik tackles her to the ground almost breaking her hand to seize the gun, snatching it.
“Corey, take Y/N and go,” he orders.
“Hell nah! I ain’t get shot to leave I’m in this,” you fuss.
“She said she ain’t leaving till this bitch dead,” Corey points to the woman who’s pinned to the ground.
“If it’s by your hand, I’ll accept it,” the woman on the ground laughs like a psycho.
“Harpo who this woman?” You stare at Erik’s head and he looks back at you briefly, sighing in irritation.
“You wanna talk about this now??”
“Did you put your dick in that bitch? When?”
“When we separated. It was one time.”
You gasp. “You was fuckin groupies while we were apart?!”
“Baby.. yes, okay. Damn.”
“So what was the difference between me and them? You were really fucking random bitches!!”
“You’re not special,” the woman he’s sitting on teases and you finally get a good look at her to realize it’s not Raven at all…
“Who is this bitch,” you squint looking down at her.
“SOME BITCH,” he yells.
“Psycho bitch,” Corey adds. “Slice her fuckin titties off yo.”
“Corey… Who’s this bitch,” you ask.
“Superfan. Stalker ass..”
“What?” Now you’re really confused.
“This was never about you. She was tryna get to me,” Erik reveals.
“Cuz you fucked her,” you blurt.
“YEAH. I FUCKED HER. ONE TIME.”
“What you expect,” Corey interjects. “I told your ass to go get him, how long you expect him to hold out. Two years? Cut him some slack. Man was going through it.”
“Don’t worry, I took care of him then, he’ll be okay if you walk out again,” the girl under Erik giggles pissing you off for the last time.
“Uh uh, Erik get up,” you command and initially he ignores you, but you tap his shoulder and gesture for him to stand up.
Groaning, he gestures to your injured shoulder but steps back and the woman chuckles standing up from the floor.
“I’m a beat your ass myself. Woman to woman,” you nod feeling her out to see how she’ll move. You haven’t been in many fights in your life, but win or lose this is one you feel like you need.
“You can try, ” she shrugs and you both move trying to find that in. She raises her hands like she’s finding a time to swing and you wait doing the same.
“Hit me bitch,” she laughs.
“I will,” you chuckle ready to boo her.
She jabs and you dodge but her follow-up hits you in the nose knocking you back and you can see Corey in the background balling his lips like a mother saying you better not lose.
She hits you again and you miss her when you swing giving her the chance to grab your injured shoulder. Yelling out in pain, you grab her and scuffle knocking her backward where gravity does the work. She hits her head on the floor and straddle her to return the hits she gave you to her face with interest until Erik pulls you off by your waist holding you back.
“Put me down, I’m a drown her in her own blood!”
“Chill bae, I called my bodyguards. They’ll handle her and her funky ass cousin. We need to leave though. Let’s just go home..”
You still, calming yourself and smoothing out your hair before scooting to kick her one time in the ribs, “For Anaya,” and once more “for Anthony. Now I’m done.”
Spinning on your heels and walking out, you head down the stairs where Corey and Erik come down right behind you.
This an idea💡 for all my famous Erik Killmonger FanFiction Writers who appreciate blessing us; their dedicated readers— with the Readers insertion😭💕
Because honestly truly we deserve it!!😌🔥
And we just love you so much for it and all that you guys do.😍🥳
SOOoooooOooooOOoooooOO!!! Moments ago I was just listening to Beyoncé’s ‘Daddy Lessons’ Ft. Dixie Chicks 👌🏾💕 and
And I wanted to put this thought on a
Thiccc!BlackCountryReaderXErikKillmonger Fic out there.
that’s on three C’s too btw 👀
Where she’s a true, blue country/daddy’s girl, and
It would all takes place at her own little home on the ranch, not too far from the city. One night about a year after her fathers death she takes on his one famous advise and ends up shooting Erik when he mysteriously came up prowling on her property.
It was meant to be a warning shot but she actually shot him instead. ( and I oop— 😶)
Due to the kind heart she had been given to her by her mother she takes him in, feed and cares for him ‘till he’s way better than he actually puts on as an apology. (Daddy tried to raise a killer but mama said there’s enough out ther already 🥴)
Might even let him wear some of her fathers old close since he didn’t have much on him but a couple guns and other weapons; that she obviously confiscated.
(👆🏾Thought inspired by this beauty right here.👇🏾)
Even though Erick knows he has an important mission on hand he couldn’t help but indulge in the little peace and love she gave him before being tossed by into his old chaotic life.
Obvious Plot twist!!!!
Something happens to the reader..! 👀
(Ion know what actually 🤷🏾♀️ but shiiiiiiittt. Is. about. to. go. down!!!!!)
Pow 💥 Pow 💥 BtCHes!!
Now someone please drink this inspirational tea I just made on high and pretty please with Erik Dck on top make your magic happen!! Thank you. 🙂
This can go on ignored but …
And of course for those of you out there who agree with me 😘
And would also like to see this come to life, PLEEEEEAASEE don’t be afraid to tag youR favorite FanFic writer on this! 😩💕🔥