Starts pre-Serum, in which Bucky takes seriously terrible care of himself because he’s trying to stifle the feelings he keeps having for Steve. Steve gets so pissed that he flat out orders Bucky into eating and sleeping and they both quickly realize Bucky loves being ordered around, but their new-forged domestic bliss is quickly damaged by the encroaching war.
“Yes, Captain,” Bucky sasses, when he’s capable of speech again.
Steve stills. His head tilts very slightly. Not shocked, not angry. Considering.
Bucky feels adrenaline flood through his body. This little punk is ninety pounds wet, and Bucky is absolutely frozen in his chair intimidated by him.
- Part 1 of Yes, Captain
Conversations in an abandoned bunker. The asset isn't sure of many things, but he knows that the man from the helicarrier is valuable and needs to be protected. And until he gets some answers, he's not letting the man from the helicarrier out of his sight.
The subject lies back down, closing his eyes and taking a deep breath. “My head’s pounding.” He lifts his hands, presses them to the bridge of his nose and sighs before placing them back over his belly. “So, what now?”
“Now I keep you,” the asset responds, the words escaping him involuntarily.
There’s a line between the subject’s brows as he looks over. “What’s that mean to you, Buck?”
“It means you belong to me.”
- Part 2 of Yes, Captain