A collection of text messages from over the summer.
Felicity's date gets interrupted. And it's *totally* not on purpose.
Felicity meets Oliver's new EA.
Thea gives Felicity a little "push" (all texts)
Felicity makes a decision.
Thea drops a bomb (all texts)
Felicity reaches out for advice and Oliver pries information out of Thea.
(The chapter wherein we learn what show and ship the author is filling her lonely hours with until Arrow Season 5 premieres)
Oliver misinterprets a text and Felicity's insecurities get the best of her.
Felicity patches up Oliver.
Also, sex. Probably.
Thea has no idea what she just walked into.
Five times Felicity borrowed Oliver's clothes without asking, and the one time she did.
SUMMARY: Oliver loves with his actions. Felicity doesn't always understand this. A 5 + 1 story. Generally inspired by this tumblr post.
Felicity Smoak has a plan for her life that includes living on the straight and narrow until she and her live-in boyfriend, Cooper Seldon, can finally begin their joint tech company like they've planned for years. She's content in her life, such as it is, until she meets the CEO of the company she works at one day. And then a series of events brings him further into her life and relationship with Cooper. All it takes is twelve hours to throw everything into question and Felicity's neat, ordered life isn't so neat and ordered anymore.
Bookmarked by annjellean
16 Oct 2017
Felicity always wanted a family. Tired of waiting for Mr. Right, she decides to take matters into her own hands. She has a steady job, savings, a good support system and, after all, who needs a man in this day and age?
Thirty, single and quite happy to be, Oliver isn't looking to settle down and hasn't really even entertained the idea of having kids. But when Felicity starts looking for a potential biological father, he doesn't hesitate. Purely because he doesn't want someone to take advantage of her... or so he tells himself.
From awkward starts to the wonder of creating a new life, it will soon become obvious that getting pregnant isn't just about expecting a baby: it's also about facing feelings that had been buried for years. And in the end, Felicity might realize that what she's been looking for has been right under her nose from the start... and Oliver will quickly understand that when it comes to Felicity and their unborn child, he wants much more than what they had originally agreed to.
Bookmarked by annjellean
14 Oct 2017