Kylo Ren x Reader: It Doesn't Matter Pt. 8Kylo Ren x Reader: It Doesn't Matter Pt. 8 by ijudgelove
It was decided: you and Kylo Ren were set to leave as soon as you had recovered. The two of you would take a TIE Fighter and secretly go to Dagobah, where you would be safe from both the Resistance and Starkiller base.
At least, you hoped you would be safe.
Kylo told you, again and again, that the plan would work. He tried to convince you every day that everything would be fine, and that the two of you would be able to live in peace. But you couldn't possibly imagine that there would be any peace. You had seen what the First Order would do to those who didn't cooperate with them; they would kill, pillage, and torture relentlessly until they got what they wanted, and then continue to do that for their own amusement. They completely ignored the treaty they made with the New Republic, throwing it aside as if it were rules to a child's game. But this didn't seem to waver Kylo's decision one bit.
General Hux x Reader (pt. 9)General Hux x Reader (pt. 9) by GordiPordi
You groaned awake as you felt your not boyfriend move from under you to get up. Groggily you sat up, looking at the man.
"Sorry, I didn't mean to wake you. I'm just going to get started on breakfast."
You nodded and tossed the sheets off your body only for them to be pulled back up by Hux.
"No. The doctor said to stay bedridden... At least for today. Okay?"
You opened your mouth to complain but when nothing came out you were reminded that you could not speak. You looked up at the General with big begging eyes and a very sad pouting lip.
"Don't do this, ______... Fine... You can come but ONLY if you lay down on the couch while I cook."
You nodded and held up your arms, waiting to be picked up. And you were picked up, but not before General Hux wrapped you in the sheets like a burrito. Your head rested against Hux's chest, enjoying his warm body. However, it was removed too soon for your liking once he placed you down on the cold leather couch. Hux went back to the room to grab something
Kylo Ren x Reader: It Doesn't Matter Pt. 7Kylo Ren x Reader: It Doesn't Matter Pt. 7 by ijudgelove
You were sitting on a small operations table as pain was throbbing throughout your body. A doctor was securing a abdominal cast around the lower half of your rib cage, and you were certain he hadn't bothered with anesthetics. The room around you was stuffy and reeked of rubbing alcohol - to your left was a small tray with several instruments, few of which you recognized. And to your far left was Kylo Ren, clearly vexed and concerned.
He had just saved you from dying a brutal death at the hands of General Hux. You were still in shock from the attack, no doubt, but what phased you even more was the fact that Kylo had not killed him then and there. The anger in his eyes was different from every other time he was infuriated; it was almost... dead. As if he wasn't in control of his actions. But, then, how did he keep his cool? Trying to answer the questions in your head, you looked into his eyes, which were now focused on the doctor's movements.
General Hux x Reader (pt. 8)General Hux x Reader (pt. 8) by GordiPordi
You gasped awake, frantically checking your environment. The bright lights and white setting caused your eyes to feel like they were burning. You squinted to help alleviate the painful sensation and made out a bit of your surroundings. An empty cot... A monitor attached to you that was beeping... General Hux... Bedsheets... You could be nowhere else but the inf- wait... Why was your commanding officer there? Your eyes locked onto him, confusedly observing his pained, stressed, and obviously sleep-deprived face. That's when the recollection of Kylo Ren beating the shit out of you happened. Your body caught up with your mind's racing thoughts and caused a wave of pain to shoot through your body making you heave and almost hurl. General Hux looked concerned about you when you heaved, not saying that he was not already concerned.
"______! Are you okay?"
You weakly nodded, trying to avoid as much pain as possible.
"I'm glad that you're okay... You've been out for about a week now..."