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
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25 Jun 2017
When Harry sits down with Malfoy, he's really only looking for a reprieve from the constant stares and whispers. (Mostly.) What he gets instead are a series of strange events that lead to a friendship that is something else, questions that nobody knows how to answer, and the realisation that the person that Harry doesn't know how to hate, anymore, seems to be the person who knows exactly what he needs.
A story in which everything is complicated. And yet, somehow, none of it is.
5 Jan 2017
Bucky Barnes has two major weaknesses: small babies and big men.
Enter Steve Rogers: tall, blonde, all-around dream hunk, and awkward single parent.
- Part 18 of in any version of reality
He thought about the way Harry looked at him, smiled at him; about the way Draco’s head was nearly always full of him, all day every day, and about the way Draco sometimes deliberately went to bed still smelling of him, refusing to acknowledge what it meant – because he already fucking knew what it meant. What all of it meant.
And then Draco decided, fuck it, he was going to risk it. They were going to risk it together, Harry and Draco.
Smuffy little piece written for the universal darling's birthday celebrations!
19 Sep 2015
There’s a coffee place two doors down from their apartment, because this is Brooklyn. It’s cute and homey and possibly the perfect place to write stuff, Bucky thinks, but these thoughts fall to the wayside when he makes eye contact with the guy behind the counter. It’s kind of like a movie. Bucky can feel time slow down, and as they make eye contact, he would swear on his life that he hears Careless Whisper playing somewhere in the background.
~4k words of Bucky Barnes pretending to be cool and using really shitty pickup lines.
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23 Jun 2017