King Melanthios is well aware that Prince Hesperos has other intentions than pure love when he starts courting him, but it's difficult to resist him nonetheless.
Qin Rong is your regular, every day man. Goes to work, pays his bills and watches soap operas under cover of night.
He is also a elite mercenary for hire. (Gotta pay those bills somehow)
On one mission, he is shot in the back by an unknown ally and dies only to wake up in the body of a strange, malnourished child. Escaping his captors, he meets an young noble, befriends him and later leaves to get back into the mercenary business. Yet how is it that once cute and innocent child ended up growing up to be such a devious person?
QR: Don't die~
ML: I won't if you stay with me.
QR: Don't use your life as a bargaining chip!
ML: Then I guess I'll just go on with-
QR: O-okay, okay, I'll stay with you!!
ML: It's your words. Don't take them back.
- Part 1 of Incompetent Systems
Will of Enna never meant to break the laws of the Necropolis - and he couldn't have imagined the consequences. But he soon begins to realise that neither the city nor its keeper are as grim as they seem - and that summer may come even to the world of the dead.
Retelling of Hades/Persephone, written as Rosei Aki for the Winter Themeless Issue #22 of Shousetsu Bang Bang
Fandoms: Original Work, Whatever - S. J. Goslee
11 Apr 2017
There are speeches, and Mike stares dumbly up at Wallace, fingers clenched around his glass stem, because Wallace is beautiful. Wallace has aged like a champ. Wallace has premature flecks of gray at his temples and his eyes crinkle up when he smiles. He’s wearing a waistcoat and a watch fob and he should’ve looked like a complete tool, but Mike just wants to dig his fingers up under it and press his mouth along his jaw. He’s so screwed.
Serge Wallace gets married, and Rook Wallace is the goddamn love of Mike’s life.
In which something goes wrong with the universal translator, but communication must continue.
Bookmarked by QuirkyLeah1738
24 Oct 2020