Fandoms: Thor (Movies), Marvel Cinematic Universe
14 Nov 2018
Loki Prince of Asgard has always known the day would come when he would be crowned King. If there is any benefit to inheriting the throne, it’s gaining access to knowledge that the All-Father has kept hidden for the good of the realm.
But one must always be careful, for the truth comes at a price. There are secrets in the house of Odin. Terrible and dark, alluded to the prince only through legends and dreams. It so happens that one such secret lies hidden deep beneath Asgard’s dungeons. And what Loki discovers down there will unravel his entire world, changing his life. Forever.
Bookmarked by CheasapeakeRipperluvr
15 Nov 2018
Season 4 of Buffy had so much suffering and humiliation -- often seemingly *pointless* humiliation -- for... well, everyone, really, but especially characters like Xander and Giles. This, IIRC, came out of the bitterness in response to that.
Somewhere, there are more stories in this universe written by Debchan -- and perhaps the Spike -- but I no longer have copies. *rueful smile* Teach me not to archive everything ever, yeah? -- Te
4/29/2014: Okay, now I think I've found all the pieces that exist to this series! Did we really leave it *there*? Um. Oops... *unchecks complete box*
Hugo has a respectable man kink, Teddy has a corruptible boy kink. It all works out in the end.
In a world that depends on producing heirs, Tryst Contracts are used for lesbian and gay individuals so they can still have the sex they want, even if they have to live a heterosexual life. In their eighth year at Hogwarts Ron and Draco set up a contract.
Ron wants to be best mates for life with additional sex. He can't think of it as a full relationship, not when there's not offspring. Harry thinks it can be. He wants the equivalent of marriage. So Ron goes to Seamus for the understanding that homosexuality isn't considered real, because Seamus knows what's real in wizarding life, and Harry goes to Draco because Draco's lost so much in his life that he no longer cares about what's real for other people. Later Seamus and Draco meet, faceless but entirely themselves.