It all starts because Steve is too dumb to handle his smartphone.
A wrong number AU in which Bucky Barnes doesn't enter Steve's life (meaning: Bucky wasn't born until the eighties, but Steve is still Captain America) until Steve accidentally dials the wrong number. Wherein there is a lot of texting, some advice via Natasha and Darcy, a bit of pining, and a first date in an amusement park. Oh, and on top of being a disabled veteran, Bucky is a professional catwalker. Literally.
Father & Son by peterparkr for ephemeralstark
01 May 2020
Rhodey’s certain about two things. The kid is definitely Tony’s son. The kid is also Spider-Man.
Rhodey meets Peter and tries to become the best uncle that he can be.
17 Apr 2019
Peter gets stuck in a time loop. In it, he lives through some of his worst nightmares, only to wake up that morning and have no one remember. He needs Tony to help him get through.
And if that isn't bad enough, his identity is revealed over and over, every day.
06 Jun 2020
Peter Parker hates Career Day. He doesn't think that will ever change, but I guess having a Genius, Billionaire, ex-Playboy, Philanthropist mentor around might shake things up a little.
Tony shows up at Peter's school trope that should've been a lot shorter than it is.
There once was an empire built on prosperity and promises of a better future.
There once was a young prince, wingless yet, who stared out the window of his room and willed the world to go in his favor.
There once were two brothers and a father who despaired in the death of their youngest.
There once was a young boy, and in his bloodline lay that of the Phoenix - and when he gained his wings, they burned with the same fire that shriveled in his heart as he lay in his cell, listening to the captors who lay on the other side of the thin bars.
There once was a grown-up prince, a kid no longer, whose fire was long burnt out, whose hope had long vanished with that of his kin. Who sat in his cell and listened to Death’s calls as his feathers turned to dust around him.
There once was another boy, another prince - another half.
There once was a tattoo of a bee that shone golden on his wrist and dreams of laughter that rung in his ears of people long forgotten.
This is his tale.
- Part 1 of RRR Trilogy