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After slaying Laufey on the battlefield in Jotunheim, Thor decides to spare the life of Laufey's son and keep him as a war prize, use him for his heart's desire.
With the war between Asgard and Jotunheim put on hold, Thor, King of Jotunheim, turns his attentions to other things. Namely, a pretty Aesir slave with interesting abilities.
“A shapeshifter, my lord,” the slave trader said breathlessly, seemingly having found his bearings again. “He’s a talented one. Good performer too, very entertaining—”
“Did you give yourself a cunt?” Thor asked, dragging his eyes down between the slave’s legs.
In an AU Jotunheim where Loki is raised as the not-quite-hidden prince of his realm, King Thor of Asgard and his invading Einherjar are waging the final days of war against Laufey. Thor knows that the key to subjugating the Frost Giants for once and for all is to capture and conquer their sorceror, a mysterious figure who looks Aesir but is as hard to pin down as a handful of smoke. Thor understands less than he thinks the cost to himself of engaging in such dishonourable warfare, and certainly does not understand the price that Loki must pay for serving the king.
- Part 2 of My Prince, My King
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Thor returned from a month’s journey north, where the cold had been as unforgiving as it was persistent. It settled deep inside his bones, so deep that not even the fires he lit each night could drive away the shudders. Traveling across the thin ice was as facing his own death with every step. He had been turned around and around by the thick snow, wandering endlessly with Mjolnir clutched in his frozen fingers.
And it was all, all upon a mere whim from his royal consort, who had wished for the fur of the savage white bear for a rug.
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04 Jun 2014