Prompt: Powerful, influential and famous Head Auror Harry Potter is having a sexuality crisis. He runs into a prostitute on Knockturn Alley and thinks it’ll clear up a few things if he can discreetly experiment.
Tom Riddle isn’t actually a prostitute and just works at Borgin & Burke’s, but he somehow, definitely recognizes Harry Potter despite the glamour. Of course he lets Harry fuck him.
The blackmail after is a whole different story.
There are monsters in the dark.
Some of them are human.
(Or: Steve and Billy get paired up for an English project and begin stumbling down a long, unwieldy path toward self-discovery as they deal with their own personal baggage and learn how to survive, cope, and recover in the aftermath of trauma.)
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16 Nov 2019
11 Nov 2019
Clark isn't quite sure what to think of his new neighbours on his family's small ranch in Smallville, Kansas. He knows their situations are similar, single parent raising a small horde of kids. Even though he's still dealing with a move himself, and his mate of 3 years leaving, he can't help notice that the Alpha is handsome. It'd be hard to ignore, without the constant clashes they seem to have. The man's good looks do not make up for what he lacks in personality. If the situation doesn't change soon he might just have to kill him.
Bruce Wayne isn't sure what to think of the lone Omega, and his small brood of children, that are their neighbours at his family's new ranch. He has enough to worry about with the move from Gotham, the loss of his mate, trying to aclamatize Tim to his pack, and he and his other three pups re-learning the lives of non-vigilantes. He doesn't have time to deal with gorgeous Omega's and their complaints. If the situation doen't change soon, he might just have to kill him.
Fandoms: DCU, DCU (Comics), Batman - All Media Types, Batman (Comics), Superman - All Media Types, Justice League - All Media Types
08 Nov 2019
The words on his skin were his everything. After everything he'd seen, done and been through, they were a reminder that Bruce Wayne still existed. That somewhere there was a person who would love him despite the coldness in his chest and the scars that roped their way across his skin. A reminder that he wasn't alone - that he wasn't destined to live forever in the shadows, silent and isolated. That somewhere out there was the other half of his soul.
He just wasn't expecting the other half of his soul to be an alien.
All Steve wants is to pass his classes, get a girlfriend (one who actually likes him this time) and maybe figure out what he wants to do with his life. Presenting as an omega halfway through his senior year only makes it that much harder.
Meanwhile, experiments are going missing, the Upside Down is coming back, and Billy Hargrove is definitely hiding something.
Steve can really never catch a break.
In this story, those with the alpha and omega gene are extremely rare and erroneously assumed to be exclusively male and female, respectively. Betas know nothing of their strange, secret universe of scents, soul bonds, and sensual appetites.
First we meet Billy Hargrove, a guilt-ridden alpha from California who spends a year wading through personal tragedy and sexual awakening before being dragged two thousand miles east to the strange, sleepy town of Hawkins, Indiana.
Then we meet Steve Harrington, a nightmare-plagued beauty who always keeps a can of Farrah Fawcett hairspray and a nail-studded baseball bat in his BMW (just in case). He may not be a genius, but there are a few things he knows with absolute certainty:
1) He is straight.
2) He is an alpha.
3) He hates Billy Hargrove.
Steve will discover that none of those things are true.
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13 Nov 2019