When Derek was dispatched to the monster infested village of Beacon Hills with an order to keep the Prince alive until the vampires could be killed, he never imagined the other man to have so sharp a tongue or a penchant for getting captured.
“Why do you refuse to follow any of my orders,” Derek demands, glaring over at the pale man a few feet away from him. Stiles had his hands planted firmly on his hips and the same stubborn set to his jaw that Derek had admired in the portrait he’d seen in the Vatican. Now, however, it just made him want to knock the Prince out and lock him in a closet for an hour, so he could deal with Deucalion in peace.
“Because your orders are ridiculous and so are your eyebrows,” Stiles shoots back, practically hissing. Had this not been an argument about the Prince’s safety, then Derek would probably find the flush coloring his cheeks attractive, but, no, he needed to focus.
Or the Van Helsing AU where Derek has to keep Prince Stiles alive and Prince Stiles seems to have a knack for getting kidnapped by vampires.
Bookmarked by Vonnie19
18 Jul 2018
Stiles hasn't come home. The Sheriff and Stiles have an agreement: Stiles is home before midnight every night, and he doesn't have to haul Derek Hale back to jail. So he drives out to the Hale house to drag his wayward son home—only thing is, it's not there anymore. What little had been left of it is laid flat across its foundations, and in the middle of it all, half buried beneath old burned out drywall, is Stiles' Jeep.
The list of suspects is pretty much limitless, now that the Sheriff knows just what horrors his little town holds. And with the strange company his son has begun to keep, he hardly knows where to start, but Peter Hale, Chris Argent, and Alan Deaton make the top of the list.
- Part 2 of Beacon Hills Mysteries
This is the story of how Stiles and Derek and a band of teenagers became something else—the sum of parts, a pair, a pack, a family. Growing pains, doubt, and misunderstandings stand in the way, but they're ready.
Well, most of the time.
“Stiles, come on! It’ll be fun,” Scott said. “You can’t deny that seven days in the Caribbean on a cruise ship full of hot, single werewolves won’t be a good time.”
“Maybe for you,” Stiles said. “Because you’re tan and have a six pack. No one is going to talk to me at all. Also, fun fact: I’m not even a werewolf.”
“You don’t have to be a werewolf to come,” Scott said. “You just have to be twenty-one so you can drink. Or so hot guys can buy you drinks,” he added, raising his eyebrows suggestively.
“No, thanks,” Stiles said, shrugging. “Go on without me, just send postcards with all the hot guys you meet.”
“They’re stopping in Cozumel,” Scott said. “It says here that you can swim with dolphins.”
“Did you say we could swim with dolphins?” Stiles asked, curiously. “Like the ones that do tricks at Seaworld?”
“That’s what swimming is,” Scott said, eyes gleaming.
“When do we leave?” Stiles asked.
Or the one where Scott convinces Stiles to go on a werewolf singles cruise. Stiles is really only going for the dolphins. Until he meets Derek.
- Part 1 of The Best Vacation Ever
Nearly a year after the Hale pack defeated their first real threat, Talia gets a call inviting them to attend the Triennial Pack Convention.
They gladly accept, hoping to use the TPC as one last celebration before the younger members go off to college. But when a series of events puts the pack at risk, they find themselves in desperate need of allies.
- Part 2 of Shut Up and Help Us
Bookmarked by Vonnie19
21 Apr 2018