AU in which Harry Styles, a naïve, repressed, socially awkward Midwestern highschooler tries to navigate his fundamentalist evangelical parents and radically progressive older sister. He’s doing an okay job of this until the Tomlinson family starts attending Lakeside Baptist Church and a boy named Louis changes everything. Harry is forced to come to grips with his true self when Louis becomes more than just his best friend; but their relationship opens a can of worms and sends them on the most painful, heartbreaking journey of their young lives. They risk everything and nearly lose, and Harry learns that perhaps only one Bible verse is true: that perfect love casteth out fear.
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13 Mar 2019
29 Jun 2014
A seventh-year Hogwarts AU in which Niall gets all the girls, Liam goes on a journey of self-discovery, Zayn falls in love, Harry wants something more, and Louis tries to figure out once and for all why he, a Muggleborn, was sorted into Slytherin.
Bookmarked by Jenna0404
20 Jan 2019
Maybe he didn't need to wrap his arms around Cas at night. And maybe their legs didn't need to be so tangled. But Cas had read somewhere that being that close could synchronize their heartbeats and make them calmer at night and therefore it would help them sleep better. It was for scientific reasons that they were a heaped pile of grabby octopus legs and blankets every night.
Dean and Cas have been best friends since they were six. They're now twenty and in college and sharing a bed nearly every night. Yet, they still deny that they are together. Everyone around them knows Dean and Cas are in love with each other, they are just waiting for the two to figure it out for themselves.
- Part 1 of Sleep Without You
Dean Winchester and Castiel Novak have been best friends since they were four years old, and Mary was still fresh in her grave. Castiel isn't an idiot. He knows that the feelings he has for his best friend probably don't count as platonic, but Dean, as ever, is in complete denial.
The worst part? He's always had to be in denial.
Aside from being constantly tortured by mixed up emotions, he's also constantly tortured at home by his only surviving parent.
Prequel to Breathe, but you definitely don't need to have read that first.
- Part 1 of Hollywood
Harry doesn’t mind being isolated though. Not any more than he minds anything else, that is. He spends his days alone, and he’s gotten used to it. He never really liked people anyways. It was only really just a few people that he ever genuinely liked, only one that he ever really wanted around, and they’re all long gone from his life, save for his sister.
Harry shakes the thoughts of him out of his head, and makes his way back down the stairs. If he’s going to be stranded by the storm, then he’ll need to go into town for supplies. Besides, it’s Sunday. Harry always goes shopping on Sunday. It’s when the fishermen come in with their weekend hauls, and the farmers bring in their produce and animal products, so everything is at its freshest. As a bonus, half of the town is in church, so there are fewer people around.
Harry always prefers dealing with fewer people. It means that there are less people to stare and gossip. There are less people to point and whisper things, as if he can’t hear them. As if he can’t see all on his own that he’s a phantom, haunting this small village with his presence.