Nothing satisfies him anymore, not his skating and not his role as Living Legend, but what else is there?
(The answer, as it turns out, is: Katsuki Yuuri picking fights with teenagers and pole-dancing at a formal banquet.)
Yuri Plisetsky was recovering from a bad fall and had been drafted into playing announcer.
It was guaranteed to be the greatest ice show ever.
When Victor receives a cowboy hat from a fan, Yuuri may or may not want to devastate him.
“Did you know people write fanfiction about us?”
Yuuri froze, any traces of sleepiness vanishing with his previous tranquility. “What?”
“Mm. Phichit sent me a link. It's tagged with endurance, hair pulling, blowjobs, possessive behavior, and they are in love.,” Viktor mused. “It sounds realistic so far."
After suffering a career ending injury grief manifests into depression and Viktor moves to Detroit to start over. Detroit is one of the last places he'd thought he'd end up, but if different is what he wants it's as good a city as any. It isn't until he meets Katsuki Yuuri that he learns to live again, but Yuuri is hiding secrets of his own and Detroit isn't quite the escape Viktor thought it would be. As it turns out, falling in love is the easy part.
Bookmarked by Grumpina
18 Oct 2017
Sad, i cried my eyes out at the end