Insolence (A Black Butler Fanfic)

Insolence (A Black Butler Fanfic)

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Matti By strawberry_lemonadee Completed

Evangeline Rose Smith is a rude, stubborn, and tomboyish girl that Ciel Phantomhive and Sebastian Michaelis have agreed to take in and turn into a lady. However, as soon as 'Vangie' is welcomed into the Phantomhive manor, pranks, insults, and trouble ensue. Evangeline has no intention of changing herself to fit expectations, and Ciel has no intention of loosing to a four foot nine shrimp (even though he's really not much taller.)

But as Ciel Phantomhive and his famed butler get closer to winning, strange murders and occurances surrounding Miss Evangeline herself start to make them question her antics;

Who exactly is this Evangeline anyways? 

Why are certain people so interested in her?

And really...

Why all the insolence?!

(Second place winner in 2013 Kuroshitsuji watty awards in the Ciel category! Thanks guys!)

EDIT: Hi, Matti here. Just a little heads up, this story is super old and contains a lot of views I had when I was a LOT younger. Please understand that my views and opinions have changed quite a bit since I first started writing, as well as my abilities as an author. With that in mind, read on if you dare.

I'd rather live in a treehouse in the middle of nowhere than in a manor
FangDove FangDove Aug 18
"Wasn't going to be a total drag" 
                              Its a moment like this where Vangie would say: "... no. Ciel was wearing it."
120Lydia-chan021 120Lydia-chan021 2 days ago
Ciel you are now the most feminine person in the black butler confrontation 
                              *alois walks in* 
                              YOU FORGOT ME!
                              *shakes head* 
                              Nope. You can dance as he cannot, so meh
You take my iPad or any book, I will scoop out your insides with a plastic spoon and cut your bones with scissors
Funny that i lost mine when i was 7 thanks to 13 year olds who thought they were whispering