1 Work by Kyuu in King Arthur (2004)
“Tell me what you want,” Tristan murmurs, pressing a line of kisses down his jaw.
There are a number of things Galahad wants. He wants his freedom, the taste of it on the tip of his tongue. He wants to feel safe, shake the shadow of death at his heels. He wants to be home, but more, he wants to be with Tristan. He wants Tristan to want him, wants Tristan’s fingers and his mouth. He wants, he wants—
The thought is only half-formed in his mind before it’s already out of his mouth.
“Give me a child.”
In which Tristan attempts to be honorable, Galahad is as insecure as he is impatient, and misunderstandings that can only be borne out of too much familiarity are resolved.