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    It is impossible to live without the sun, and it is impossible to live without your beloved. ~ Russian proverb

    She is thirteen when she meets her soul mate. He is ageless, a brainwashed assassin cryogenically preserved over time.
    This is the story of what happens next.

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    This series holds my Thank-You Fics, so called because they have been written as thank-you gifts to people who have donated to my mother's cancer fund, which is helping to pay for my mother's chemotherapy treatments and eventual surgeries.

    If you would like to know more about my gift fics and how to get a Thank-You Fic of your own, please visit this Tumblr post. Thanks.

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    “Bucky,” a voice says, and the asset’s spine prickles all the way up like there are needles in it, small and strange and blossoming out sharp.

    “You know me,” he says mechanically.

    “‘Course I know you,” the voice answers warily.

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    "Bucky?" a voice says, soft and tentative and a little wavery, and when he turns around, he gapes in awe and not a little fear.

    "S-Stevie?" he manages, and it's Steve, of course it's Steve, that's Steve's voice and Steve's eyes and Steve's big beak and Steve's stupid ears but... but... whose square jaw is that, and where did those shoulders come from, and how did he get so tall?

    "Bucky, how - how did you - ?"

    He shakes his head, still staring in shock. "Pal, I think I'm the one that oughta be askin' you that!"

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    For the past 50 years the USA and the Russian Federation have been involved in a tug-of-war over the moon in which one country lands on the moon and "accidentally" breaks the other country's flag, prompting the other country to rush to the moon to fix their own flag and "accidentally" break the other's. It's getting expensive. So for the fifty year anniversary of the first moon landing both countries manage to reach an agreement: in a joint mission with the ESA they will go to the moon, plant their flags and then leave, never to return.

    Obviously, there is a lot of responsibility resting on Steve's shoulders; he can only hope that he's up to the task. He prepared as well as he could for the job and everything it entails, including leading a team made up of strangers, high publicity, potential attempts by the Russians to sabotage the mission, Republicans insisting that he's a traitor for doing his job. None of these are easy to deal with, but they were expected.

    What Steve however did not prepare for was that the two astronauts sent by Russia would be a) famous spies, b) as attractive and beautiful as professional underwear models and c) possibly actually flirting with him. He might be in over his head.

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    19 Nov 2019

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    “Am I on Cap watch because of who my aunt is?” Sharon asks Fury point-blank the second she sits in his office.

    “That’s part of the reason, yeah,” Fury says. Sharon narrows her eyes at him, and opens her mouth to object. “But not all of the reason. This isn’t a demotion.”

    “It sure feels like a demotion. You’re taking me out of the field and out of intel analysis to babysit Captain America.”

    How Sharon Carter gets her groove back, fucks up some Nazis, and gets the girl, with unasked for assists from a super soldier couple.

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    18 Nov 2019

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    Steve Rogers: khaki pants and ugly tweed wearing art history professor specializing in historical queer art (by day). Is actually Captain America, vigilante and the bane of Detective Barnes’s existence (by night).

    Detective Bucky Barnes: A very clever cop who suspects something is up with Steve. Is frustrated that Captain America exists and is dedicated to finding him because he loves a good puzzle.

     

    So, how does Steve convince Bucky that he's too boring to be Captain America? Go on a date with him.

     

    (Steve is kind of really, really bad at this secret identity thing)

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    04 Nov 2019

    Bookmarker's Notes

    Steve is an art history professor and Captain America on the side. Bucky is a cop trying to take him down. And, er. take him down iykwim.

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    “Alright,” Bucky says and stands with his hands on his hips and gives Steve a narrowed glare. “Hit me. What went wrong?”

    “I uh, don’t actually know?” Steve says, and now he feels an embarrassed flush creep over his cheeks. “She stood me up.”

    Bucky stares at him. Blinks once. And stares some more. “You,” he says flatly. “You got stood up?”

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    13 Oct 2019

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    Despite some people’s beliefs that Galinda Upland came to Shiz with absolutely no useful knowledge, Galinda knows three things for sure:

    1. If one is to own very many shoes, one must have a good storage system for their very many shoes, lest one trip over their very many shoes;
    2. A curling wand and a magical wand are two very different things and should not be mistaken for one another; and,
    3. The entire point of a collegiate education is not only to learn at least three other pieces of useful knowledge, but to find oneself a suitable match, selected from their compatriots.

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    09 Oct 2019

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