Harry and Heather Potter grew up without the knowing about the prophecy written about them, or the inevitable war they would be forced to become a part of. But when the children learn the truth about themselves, even more questions arise, even as they quietly celebrate this wonderful news. A letter to Petunia Dursley from Albus Dumbledore tells them more, and naturally the children are furious. In some ways, it also leads to more questions than answers: how could their aunt keep from them the fact that her own sister, her brother-in-law, had been murdered in cold blood? Why had a school headmaster been in charge of their future? Why hadn’t someone else told them the truth? Why didn’t any of the witches and wizards in the world know how the Dursleys treated them?
No matter the reasons, the twins formulate a plan. Now aware of their powers, the twins become a force to be reckoned with. The more they learn about their new world, the more certain they are that something has to be done – and it’s their responsibility.
A plan arises, a scheme is devised; Witches and wizards everywhere are being protected by two children.
And that's just the beginning.
Harry Potter would do anything for his little brother. It's been that way since Louis was born when he was three years old, and only amplified itself when October 31, 1981 came and Louis saved both of their lives.
Louis is the Chosen One, and Harry is the proverbial 'forgotten twin' (never mind the he only LOOKS the same age as his brother). Harry, however, is used to his birthday being forgotten, getting in trouble for nothing, and just being ignored altogether. He wasn't at all prepared for what happens when he and his brother arrive at Hogwarts, and all the adventures that await them. Can Harry manage to keep himself and his brother alive until they graduate? And will he ever learn about the bond that connects them, the bond deeper than sibling ties, the bond that smells like sunshine?
04 Jul 2018
When Steve's rut hits, he and Bucky have some pretty fantastic sex.
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08 Jul 2015
Steve leaves Bucky at home all day stuff with a vibrator. When he finally gets home, he has some very specific orders in order to let Bucky come.
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Fandoms: The Avengers (Marvel Movies)
09 Oct 2014
Weeks ago, Rhodey and Clint were taken by HYDRA, and despite the team's best efforts, have only just been rescued. Whatever HYDRA had been doing to the two Alphas in that time had left them trapped in a Rut that SHIELD couldn't break.
There was only one sure-fire way to get an Alpha out of a Rut - and if Natasha was going to help Clint break his, there was no way that Tony wasn't going to help Rhodey.
Too bad Steve didn't quite see it that way.
"Perfect," Steve whispered, "You were so perfect, Tony, thank you."
Tony managed a small version of his usual smirk. "How perfect?"
- Part 1 of Not This Mind, and Not This Heart
12 Jun 2012
Tony Stark was pretty sure he was the luckiest man in the whole wide world. First, his dad. Then Afghanistan. Obi. Then the palladium poisoning thing. Pepper breaking up with him.
And now, he was stuck under a building with Captain America of all people. His childhood crush, who thought he was an immature, reckless idiot with no regard for anyone except himself.
To be exact, they were four levels underground in the garage of a building ninety stories high. Which had collapsed.
Oh, and he was going into heat.
Fandoms: Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Avengers (Marvel Movies), The Avengers (Marvel) - All Media Types
23 Jun 2018
Bucky doesn't understand why no one ever says anything about Tony's PTSD.
A year after they have all come back, after they all hugged and made up, Tony is still jumping anytime someone speaks to him. His hands shake when Steve raises his voice. All he does is work and drink and apologize for being around.
And nobody notices except Bucky, because he is looking. Constantly. Watching Tony as he goes through his day to day.
Bucky looks and LOOKS, until he is having a hard time even wanting to look away from short spiky hair that begs to be mussed, deep brown eyes that always looks so sad, and perfect lips that Bucky just wants to kiss forever.
Bucky looks for so long that now all he wants to do is touch and hold and fix everything. But Tony can barely be in the same room as Bucky, cant even look him in the eye.
So Bucky doesn't know what to do about Tony, but he is determined to do something.
Because all he wants is to look at Tony, and see Tony looking back with a smile.
(re-editing and dividing into chapters)