5 Works in Quality Stucky Content
15 May 2019
“Now, correct me if I’m wrong,” Bucky said, tapping his chin thoughtfully, “but I believe I was promised a mocha.”
When he turned to look at Steve there was laughter in his eyes and a touch of heat in his smile.
Dating a civilian was always risky. Luckily, Bucky seemed like a nice, genuine guy and Steve knew he could gently reject him with the smallest shrug and that Bucky would accept his decision easily. It was the smart thing to do.
“Don’t forget the croissant.”
Steve meets a beautiful man with a bright laugh on a sunny day in Italy. Captain America meets the elusive Winter Soldier moments later.
Date Bucky Barnes. Defeat the Winter Soldier. Bring down Hydra. How hard could it be?
Stitch Me Up Right by sirsable for bangyababy
18 Apr 2019
The Avengers have a new fashion designer and suddenly Bucky has a lot of problems with his suit.
Written for the Shrinkyclinks Fest 2019.
08 Apr 2019
“Your son was said to be as beautiful as Brooklyn’s sweet apple blossoms,” Barnes said, and his lips lifted in another smile, then his eyes moved and Steve was startled by the intensity of his gaze.
Barnes gave pause, long enough that Steve’s heartbeat picked up again. Then he spoke again.
“But no blossom could compare,” he said. “Not even the most perfect of untouched flowers.”
Steve felt his cheeks heat up; he blushed right to the roots of his hair, pulled back from his face by Wanda’s best braids. Barnes’s gaze somehow intensified even more as his gaze just shifted enough that Steve was sure he saw him blush that far. Barnes’s lip lifted at one corner by a hair.
“I’ve never been gladder to have my expectations so far exceeded,” he concluded.
- Part 12 of the same story; told different ways
Steve and Bucky at Christmas. Everyone is depressed until they're not.
24 Dec 2018
Falling isn't as scary as it looks. It almost feels like floating in water would, that same sensation of being suspended, but everything around you is moving too. It's stagnant, like time has slowed to a crawl. It's quiet, too. Surreal. It's not scary. Not even the inevitable death waiting below, snapping its jaws at you.
Steve remembers the wind rushing around him as he fell. Remembers the distant screech of metal bending and breaking in ways that metal should never bend and break. He remembers the fiery heat exploding around him, sending debris hurtling in every direction. Most importantly, though, he remembers the wild look on the face of a man he never thought he'd see again. Remembers the way it grew smaller and smaller the further he fell.
The last thing he remembers before he hits the water is wondering if this was how Bucky felt when he fell.
And then he lets the water consume him.