Fandoms: Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Avengers (Marvel) - All Media Types, Captain America (Movies), Captain America - All Media Types
17 Aug 2017
"What's your name?" It wasn't even a line. He was just pretty and Bucky wanted a name to go with that face. With that strong jawline. With those deep blue eyes.
A little smirk, "Steve."
Awww, Steve. He looked like a Steve.
Bucky pursed his lips in a way he hoped was attractive, "You should buy me a drink."
College Student Bucky finds himself immediately attracted to Steve. He knows that Steve's a bit older than him, and that Steve himself is put off by the age difference. . . But that doesn't stop Bucky from wanting to climb him like a tree.
AKA a Sugar Daddy AU that no one was asking for.
- Part 1 of Red Velvet
Bookmarked by ByIceAndSteel
14 Oct 2017
Nothing takes you out of the fire like the touch of your best guy.
Special Agent Bucky Barnes doesn't think of himself as a hero. He's dedicated to his career, and if that keeps him far away from home, all the better. His parents think that he should get a less dangerous job and meet a nice Brooklyn girl (or boy) to settle down with. In Brooklyn.
That sounds like Bucky's definition of a living hell. He's been running from it for years.
Enter Steve Rogers. Brooklyn boy. Not always nice. Hot as hell.
And a temptation Bucky can't resist, even after their initial failure of a meeting.
This is an AU of the Steve Rogers problem but stands alone - you don't have to read that part to understand this.
- Part 4 of THE Steve Rogers PROBLEM
28 Aug 2016
Bucky Barnes leads quite the charmed life. He has a thriving tattoo shop, a son he adores, the world’s best dogs, and a great group of friends — almost all of whom are in relationships. And maybe he'd been the one nudging them towards each other, but there's nothing wrong with a little match-making. The world could use more romance.
As for him personally, well, he doesn’t need anyone for the long haul. Not when every girl he meets is someone who he thinks would be perfect for someone else.
But then Steve Rogers comes into his shop looking for some ink, and maybe that’s the problem right there. Maybe what he's looking for in a relationship isn't a girl at all.
- Part 1 of Prince Charming
Sweet & Simple Things by Allecto for Schuyler
20 Aug 2016
It's 1870, and when Bucky Barnes arranged for passage from Russia to the United States for himself, his sister, and their good friend Natasha Romanoff, he didn't know there were strings attached. Now Alexander Pierce has informed Bucky he's to be married to a rancher struggling to raise two orphaned boys. Bucky's job is to make the house a home for his new sons -- and whatever else his husband asks of him. But when his husband turns out to be none other than his childhood best friend, Steve Rogers, Bucky discovers that maybe, just maybe, his new family has made a home for him, too.