Snowflakes and StarsJack FrostXReader"Hey Jack?""Hm?""The stars are pretty today, you know that?"Jack looks over to you with a raised eyebrow before flashing his signature crooked smile. "That's what you always say whenever we're up here. You always think the stars are pretty.""Exactly." You let out a small laugh as you prop yourself up beside the silver-haired boy, careful not to fall. "There's nothing wrong with that. I like stars, and it's actually a pretty good conversation starter.""Really?""Well, we would've just laid down here the whole night with nothing to say if I never let it out.""... Oh, good point." Jack runs a hand through his disheveled locks before he chuckles uneasily with his smile still showing. "Sorry, I'm still not used to this whole 'social interaction' thing since I'm pretty used to being ignored whenever I try talking to someone."You cringe as he says those words and sit up slightly to flash him a disbelieving expression. "Jack, you have me now. We're friends aren'
Don't Let Me GoJack Frost X Reader"Jack, wake up! It's starting!"Lying down on the snowy ground, the winter spirit lazily obeyed the all-too familiar voice by opening his eyes, only to meet with a stunning sight.To start off, Jack never really cared for the night sky. He doesn't care about the stars, the cosmos, the numerous galaxies and the vast universe. What mattered to him was his snow days, the other Guardians (yes, even Easter Kangaroo), his friends, his past and Man in the Moon. He didn't pay much attention to anything else. Those were his only priorities for the last 300 years.But then he saw this spectacular view.A meteor shower.Normally, he wouldn't care for this either. He thought in the past that those were just falling stars and nothing more. He was used to the sight of it, even if it rarely happened.But this time, it felt... different.Now that he was actually paying attention, the meteor shower looked amazing. Nothing else could come to compare (except for snow, of course). He w