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Law x reader Fading ink [soulmate AU]
He was never one to assume he would have a soulmate, someone that was bound to him. Never was he someone to even consider the one destined to be with him, was let on his own ship, put under his nose and go unnoticed for quite some time. Law furrowed his brows as he saw the tattoos ripple over the muscles of the woman in front of him, training. His gaze recognized the black lines dancing over her chest as she turned to him, eyes closed and fighting with a wooden sword, not to hurt someone else. Her arms swung forward, slashing into the invisible attacker before kicking back, holding her balance as a master in martial arts. Her tattooed fingers curled around the other end of the sword, not to tight, grasping it lightly as a lovers touch for the forbidden fruit it held.
The woman in front of him, (y/n), was a former assassin, paid to kill others. Her hands, coloured in the same black Law wears, were hidden in gloves that time, preventing him from seeing the word she had put there. DEATH.
Starting from death - Law x Reader (Pt. 61)NOTE: This story may contain spoilers. You've been warned!
WARNING: Law gets pretty dark by the end of this chapter...
Law's eyes left the computer screen, where he was reading a medical article, when he saw you standing from the corner of his eyes.
"I'm going to take a painkiller." You informed, heading to the kitchen.
"Do you feel unwell?" He worriedly asked.
"I have some cramps, that's all." You brushed it off.
Were you on your period again? Time flew. "I'll bring it." He asserted, starting to stand, but you stopped him.
"No, no. Don't worry. It's quite manageable this time. This is one of the times when the symptoms are softer, I guess."
"But you'll be tired. Let me bring it." He insisted, finally standing and hurrying his steps to the kitchen.
You let out a small puff of air, sitting back on the couch with a small smile. He was such a caring boyfriend... "Thank you." You said, a little begrudgingly but sincerely thankful. You truly thanked his concern and liked that he was so atte
Starting from death - Law x Reader (Pt. 60)NOTE: This story may contain spoilers. You've been warned!
WARNING: This chapter may contain suggestive themes.
(B/N) = brother's name
You observed, seated on your bed, how Law hanged up his phone before connecting it to the charger and resting it on his night table. He had been talking with Esther, who had called short minutes ago to inform him about Emma's operation.
"How is she?" You asked him as he turned around to you.
"The operation went well, but doctors don't know yet if she's healed. It seems she's not feeling well, but it's natural, she needs to recover from the operation, and anesthesia often makes people feel sick. She's also going to keep needing chemotherapy to make sure the cancer doesn't develop again." He explained, lifting his bare feet to the mattress.
You nodded thoughtfully, and smiled at him. "I'm sure she'll be fine." You wondered if he had thought about visiting again, but knowing he wasn't the type to care so much for strangers, even if he got more involved thi
Starting from death - Law x Reader (Pt. 59)NOTE: This story may contain spoilers. You've been warned!
(E/C) = eye color
After the visit, Law and Esther made their way back to your room.
"Thanks for what you've done. That was amazing." Esther said, smiling at Law.
He was surprised she wasn't mocking him, not even a little, for having been playing like a child. It made him have the feeling he didn't know her well just yet. "It was nothing." He mumbled, the little girl and her family still in his mind, mixing with some memories of his own. It shocked him when he found out Esther was a teacher, months ago, but now he could see how right you had been. She was an incredible teacher.
"This is probably a dumb question but, do you think she'll be fine?" She quietly asked. A small part of her had hoped that, being he such a talented doctor, maybe, just maybe, he could see if there was hope or not. Although she knew that was impossible, Law wasn't a seer.
"I don't know." He plainly replied. "But keep me posted about the operation. I want