- Teen Wolf (TV) (2)
Scott is gone, Malia is gone, Braeden is gone, and Stiles is in charge of the pack. How did this happen?!?! This is how Stiles managed to keep the pack together despite the fact that he is a human and has no idea what he is doing.
Just read me, I have no idea how to do summaries.
So yeah, I'm new to actually posting to the fans. But um, I have a couple done and thought I'd see if you guys like them. This is basically gonna be strickly images. But we will see what happens.
01 Oct 2017
“I know you probably have plans already, what with your decorated house and all, but if you’re interested, would you want to come by my house tonight? You can hang out for the trick-or-treating, and then we could watch some scary movies afterwards?”
Watching scary movies together on Halloween night? Bucky thinks Steve is talking about a date. An idea suddenly sparks, one that he’s sure will only make the night better.
“Sounds awesome! Just a warning, horror movies kinda freak me the fuck out,” Bucky says casually, shyly tucking a lock of hair behind his ear. In reality, horror movies have never bothered him, but Steve doesn't have to know that.
or, Bucky (badly) pretends he's afraid of horror movies so he has the perfect excuse to cuddle Steve
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16 Nov 2019
Malfoy finds a coin. Harry finds a letter.
A story about histories, a story about families. A story about a lemon tree somewhere in Upper Egypt.
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19 Oct 2019
honestly thought i’d be dead by now, but what you can trust is that i need your touch by moonythejedi394, raynaki
15 Jul 2019
Bucky is 37 years old; he’s unmarried, hasn’t had a Sub of his own, is definitely not ripped, comfortable at his job as an Advanced Practice RN at Brooklyn General ER, and just got his Five Years coin from AA.
Steve is 26 years old; he’s unmarried, his last and only Dom has Alzheimer's, he's worryingly muscular, uncomfortable in his job as the government’s poster Alpha for masculinity and strength, and worries more than he should about his BMI.
Unfortunately, Steve and Bucky meet initially in a not-cute moment. Bucky’s tired as shit thanks to the sudden alien invasion that shook New York and Steve is tired as shit because he hasn’t slept more than 20 minutes at a time in – well, since 1936, probably. Bucky’s Alpha instincts get irritated at the sudden presence of another "Alpha" into his territory and Steve’s suppressed submissive tendencies latch onto this grumpy bachelor Alpha and he only suppresses it further.
Bucky’s grumpiness and Steve’s duckling impressionism aside, both of them are a mess. But since both of them are a mess? Their messes seem to fit pretty well together.
- Part 12 of the same story; told different ways
Fandoms: Captain America (Movies), Captain America - All Media Types, Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Avengers (Marvel) - All Media Types, Marvel
14 Jul 2019
All Steve's ever wanted was to help people. And ever since they fished him out of the ice, that's what he's been doing. In fact, that's all he's been doing. In a world that he doesn't recognize anymore, it's easier to buy himself in his work than to face up to the ghosts of his past. Maybe avoidance isn't the healthiest strategy, but it's all he's got.
All Bucky wants is to keep his city safe without some big, blonde idiot trampling all over his plans. Ever since the Avengers rose to fame and SHIELD moved in, that simple task's been getting harder and harder, and he's about at the end of his rope with it all.
Neither of them have ever been especially good at compromise.
(Or: A story about two heroes who hate each other. Until they don't.)
In his last semester of an Engineering degree, Bucky takes an elective class about Unusual Soulmate Marks, mostly because he has one. To cheer him up after the first day of classes, his friend Abby suggests doing a magic ritual to reassure him that his soulmate is out there waiting for him. What he learns from the ritual sends him veering away from the safe, boring life he had planned.