Working Her to the Bone: Day 6. Levi x ReaderYou sat on Bertolt’s bed, the tall cadet comforting you with the help of Krista and Sasha. You sat on Sasha’s lap, her arms along with Krista’s and Bertolt’s wrapping you in a protective, loving embrace. Your sobs shook your weak and battered body, and every time you shook you winced because of the pain. Physical and emotional. You had tried several times to go to Levi’s office to talk to him, but he refused to let you in and screamed profanities at you every time you begged him to let you in. You eventually gave up and went back to your dorm room, crying yourself to sleep.Working Her to the Bone: Day 6. Levi x Reader by AmaranthPrincess21
“Is she still in here crying?” You heard Ymir’s voice from the doorway.
“Ymir, have some respect! [First] is seriously hurt!” Krista chided her and you heard Ymir snort.
“All wounds heal. And it’s not my fault that asshat got mad at her for the stupid things she did while drunk when we were just graduated,” she sai
Working Her to the Bone: Day 5. Levi x Reader“Uh Levi, I think you should read this one. It’s saying something about rations.”Working Her to the Bone: Day 5. Levi x Reader by AmaranthPrincess21
“I read it yesterday, just sign it for me.” You sat on Levi’s bed, your back against the wall, a small stack of papers beside you. He was lying in bed, propped up by a few fluffy pillows. You sighed but did as he said, forging his signature like he taught you to do. “I can’t believe you let me drink that much. My head feels like it got split open.”
“I kept trying to get you to stop, remember?” you reminded him. “But you told me that you didn’t want to deal with the Hange and Erwin making fun of you thing, so I felt bad and let you go on before you passed out trying to braid my hair.”
“I don’t remember that,” he commented, taking a drink from the glass of water you had gotten him when he woke up.
“I’m sure you don’t remember a lot of thing,” you countered, eliciting a groan from him
Working Her to the Bone: Day 4. Levi x Reader“All right, brats. I don’t want this to take a lot of time; lunch is in twenty minutes,” Levi said authoritatively, walking down the row of lined-up cadets with you diligently on his heels. Erwin had asked Levi to make sure the cadets had properly done their chores due to recent amounts of slacking off, so you accompanied Captain Levi as he made sure your comrades had done their chores. You cradled a clipboard in the crook of your arm as if it were a baby, a pen ready at the ready. It was a list of your friends’ names, followed with what job they had to accomplish. “Now I’m going to rate you on how well you did your chores. No, you don’t get to know how the rating system works. This score, if you will, determines whether or not you deserve double chores or not. Understood?”Working Her to the Bone: Day 4. Levi x Reader by AmaranthPrincess21
“Yes, sir!” the row called out strongly.
“Good,” Levi replied with a dark, bored look on his face. His face slightly turned to you, bu
Working Her to the Bone: Day 3. Levi x ReaderYour chest heaved as you sprinted from your dorm room to Levi’s office. Your alarm clock had gone off an hour late, and once again you had to change as fast as possible and then hightail it to Levi’s office. Stupid clock! Why did it have to malfunction?! And during the weeks where I can’t rely on Mikasa to wake me up, you lamented as you reached the landing and flew down the hall. You grabbed the doorjamb, swinging your body into the office and face planting onto the stone floor.Working Her to the Bone: Day 3. Levi x Reader by AmaranthPrincess21
“What have you done now?” Levi asked in a bored voice as you lie on the cold floor, rolling onto your back and trying to catch your breath. “If you pissed off Kirstein again I’m not hiding you. I told you back then that I was only going to help you once.”
“I’m sorry I’m late, Captain!” you slurred your words together, trying to catch your breath. “My alarm didn’t go off, and I got here as fast as I could! I’m so