Tell No Lies - Chapter 8 - Raine/Loki
When the school bell finally rang dismissal the next afternoon Raine barely managed to say goodbye to her friends before rushing off toward the park. She had scarcely made it to the edge of the school property when suddenly her beanie was snatched from her head. Letting out a groan of annoyance she turned around to see where it went, coming face to face with Brandon. Of course!
Tell No Lies - Chapter 7 - Loki/Raine
The knock on his chamber doors surprised Loki, even though he known it wouldn’t be long until his father came to talk to him. Still he wasn’t looking forward to the lecture that was coming.
“Brother?” The deep voice that called out to him both surprised and relieved him.
Slowly the door opened and Thor peeked his head in slowly. “I heard you finally returned, may I join you?”
Tell No Lies - Loki/Raine - Chapter 5
Dedicated to my girl Holly. I wuvs you!
The first part of the training day had started with throwing daggers, Loki’s favorite. Throwing daggers gave him the fighting distance with which he felt safe and comfortable. Plus his aim with the daggers was straight and exact, so it made him feel good to practice with them.
Loki could acknowledge the differences between his brother and himself. Thor was tall and thick-muscled where Loki was shorter, thin and lanky. His mother said Loki was all “knees and elbows” while Thor was “big fists and even bigger feet.” Loki knew that she was making the comparison to make him feel better about him-self but he didn’t feel better.
It’s Gaga time!
Time to log off Tumblr, put on some Lady Gaga and do some writing, with the help of my Starbucks double shot expresso… (I may have a coffee addiction >.>)
Also feel free to re-blog, I won’t mind just don’t try to take credit for my fanfic :)
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Loki ran. He wasn’t ashamed to be running, like he was, from a tiny human girl. She terrified him. So it was a full bore, mad dash, hounds of hell on your heels, all-out sprint. He swerved and dodged around the humans and other obstacles on the sidewalk, only slowing his pace when his lungs began to burn and he felt like he would collapse otherwise.
Earlier that day…
“What in the Nine Realms was that?” Loki nearly shouted out loud as he looked back at the cars that continued down the road away from him.
For Loki, teleporting had always been as simple as breathing, he had been doing it for so many years. But arriving in a new place, any place where he had never been before, could sometimes be problematic. This was never more true, apparently, than it was now as he made his first-ever appearance in Midgard.
“Raine sweetie, come on it’s time to get up.”
A woman with dark short hair, who looked to be in her late 40’s, knocked softly on her daughters door before walking in. A crazy mass of red hair curled and tangled before disappearing under the blankets and the girl underneath groaned.
“It’s Saturday mom… Can’t I sleep a little longer?” The voice was muffled, most likely her daughter was pressing her face into her pillow.
Summary: A young Loki travels to Midgard looking for something fun to do and comes across a unique girl with fiery red hair. Imagine his shock when he finds that she is able to see through his lies and tricks
A very young and bored Loki sat nestled at the bottom of a tree, a forgotten book in hand as he watched his older brother spar against an adult warrior. Thor had reached the age where he would begin extensive training and thus had very little time to spend with his dark haired little brother. Not that it seemed to bother Thor, who eagerly took up a short sword and went after the taller Asgardian with reckless abandon.