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Steph Rogers was meant for more than the USO shows and skimpy outfits they put her in after the procedure. So she'll take any chance she gets to be an actual soldier, especially when she discovers it is also an opportunity to help the man she loves. But when she doesn't find Bucky, she will give everything, and spend however long it takes, to track him down and bring him home.
- Part 7 of A Girl, A Guy, and the Never-Ending War
Bucky didn't understand why Steve didn't come over to play with him anymore.
Fandoms: Captain America - All Media Types, Thor - All Media Types, Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Avengers (Marvel) - All Media Types, The Avengers (Marvel Movies), The Avengers - Ambiguous Fandom, Captain America (Comics), Captain America (1944)
5 Apr 2017
Army Specialist Darcy Lewis has a mission and a very specific skillset. The army intends to put her unique, erotic skills to their best use. And, boy howdy, the Howling Commandos are looking forward to the arrival of the newest member of their unit and the comfort the young woman has to offer lonely men so far from home. There's only one problem. It goes by the name of Captain America. The captain is appalled that the army would ask a woman to, to, to ... share herself with an entire army unit. But Darcy doesn't see it that way. Neither does Bucky. (A Victory Girl AU, written with GhostCrumpet's permission, using her first chapter as a prologue)
- Part 1 of The Specialist: a Victory Girl AU
22 May 2017
Steve Rogers and The Winter Soldier meet for the first time in 2014 during the canon divergence events of Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
(“When ducklings or chicks hatch, they form a really strong emotional attachment with the first larger animal they see, and regard themselves as one of them, following them around and learning from what they regard as their parent, acquiring behavioral characteristics and whatnot,” Bruce says, “that’s called filial imprinting. There are different types of imprinting, of course, but-”
“-what Brucey-Bear means to say is,” Tony interrupts, “is that Robocop here thinks you’re his handler.”
“I’m worried about what Hydra’s handlers do,” Clint quips.
They all glance briefly to the Soldier crouched at the corner of the room. Steve shifts uncomfortably on the couch.
“He hasn’t imprinted on me,” Steve insists. He gets to his feet. The Soldier does, too.
“Of course,” Bruce notes, nodding. It’s a rather mocking nod.)
It starts like this: this is how they fall in love.