DadLudwigXMomReaderFatherLudwigXMomreader – sleep with meDadLudwigXMomReader by ~ChirikoMasashi
It’s 12 o‘clock midnight and it’s raining hard outside and you’re here still waiting for you’re husband from work. You’re in your shared bedroom right now. It’s dark and the the only thing that lights your room is when everytime the lightning flashes at your window which sometimes makes you scream in fear and bury your head from the pillows.
“Oh Ludwig!! Please come back!!!”, you literally scream at your pillow when another lightning flashed followed by a loud thunder.
“GYAAAAAAHHHHH!!!” you literally jumped off the bed. Your h
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You began your cleaning rant by changing out of your nice summer clothes to a baggy t-shirt and cut off sweatpants. Turning on your music, you headed to the mirror. You put your hair in a messy bun then jumped down the spiral staircase and got to work.
You started up high so that you could return the ladder as soon as possible. Starting on the window sills, you dusted the white trim carefully. Then cleaned the windows and wiped them down. next you moved on to other places until the job looked well done. You folded the ladder, ready to take it to Clarice.
Finishing around 5pm, you ran in the ra
GermanyXFemale!Reader (Chapter 5)GermanyXFemale!Reader (Chapter 5) by ~LudwigBeilschmidt15
Kiku rose from the couch to go and bring a towel to the mysterious voice.
“That must be Ludwig.” You thought.
Italy started where he left off, too interested in his conversation with you to go and see, who you were assuming to be, Ludwig. You decided to listen to him, but only caught the end.
“-and that’s how I decided which pasta to choose!” Feli said enthusiastically.
He was about to blab about something else when a giant flash of light and a deafening crack of thunder shook the house.
Italy, in return, jumped onto your lap, cowering. Somehow, thi
GermanyXFemale!Reader (Chapter 4) The inside of the house was magnificent! The front foyer had cherry wood flooring and cream colored walls. Italian paintings hung on the walls and a grand chandelier hung from the high ceiling. A coatrack stood in the corner next to a shoe stand, in which shoes were nicely aligned. Slightly to the right was a spiraling staircase that matched the floor, which rose to the second level of the manor. To the far right there was a tightly shut door, and then past that, what looked to be a study. On the left there was a giant living room, but you couldn’t see inside of it that well. Straight ahead there was a long hallway that leads to tGermanyXFemale!Reader (Chapter 4) by ~LudwigBeilschmidt15
GermanyXFemale!Reader (Chapter 3) On the way to the corner, you made a mental list of what you still needed to clean when you got home.GermanyXFemale!Reader (Chapter 3) by ~LudwigBeilschmidt15
“Let’s see, there was dusting the downstairs, cleaning the kitchen in general and all of the upstairs.” you thought.
Hopefully, if you finished that, you could paint tomorrow. You definitely wanted to finish as much as you could, your free time was dwindling with work starting on Monday.
You made it to the corner, but Italy wasn’t there yet. You sat down on the sun warmed pavement. It was comfortably warm, probably in the mid 70’s. Yes, you could get used to spring in Italy quite well.