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Levi x Reader |Bad Habits| DrabbleAlmost everyone in the Survey Corps had a bad habit. You knew that. Mikasa was overprotective of Eren at times, Hanji could be a bit eccentric, and Sasha would be a glutton. Some might think that Levi's cleaning habits was one of the only quirks he had, but they were wrong. You let out a neglected sigh, feeling the missing presence next to you in his bed. This only meant one thing - he fell asleep on his chair. Your other guess would've been paperwork, but after knowing Levi for a while, this particular time of night was when he definitely was asleep.Levi x Reader |Bad Habits| Drabble by Attackonfanfiction
It definitely was a good thing that Levi got any sleep at all, but in an office chair, you begged to differ. With his stubborn personality he refused to agree with you that him frequently going to sleep on his chair was an issue, but you knew better. He was crankier when he woke up, it didn't help the first sight he saw was his limitless paperwork. Neither did the sore back it caused.
You finally decided to force yourself out of the welco
Stolen Moment [Levi x Reader]Stolen Moment [Levi x Reader] by ravingglory
The air between you was light and warm with the guileless calm of peace. Across the room, a dim fire crackled against the charred wood in the fireplace, the shadows of the flames dancing eerily along the bare stone walls. The large, quilted bed was occupied by Levi, his back pressed against the wooden headboard, and yourself, fitted delicately into his side. The arm around your shoulders was warm and secure; the fingers of his hand slowly trailing up and down the bare skin of your upper-arm. A soft sigh left your lips, accompanied by a small hum of contentment as you nestled almost imperceptibly closer to him.
There were no titans. No lives on the line. No responsibilities. It was just you and Levi, drinking in each other’s presence like it may not be there tomorrow. Because there was never a guarantee that it would be.
Moments like these were rare, precious, and finite. There would come a time when you would both have to don your uniforms and step back out into the real world, b