It started with a message, a late-night visit, and a God of Mischief in Tony's bed. A story of trust, trickery, unwilling aid and inevitable attraction.
Bookmarked by Yin_n_Yang
17 Jul 2018
Fandoms: Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Avengers (Marvel Movies), Iron Man (Movies), Captain America (Movies)
22 Oct 2017
Tony Stark REALLY hates magic with a passion. He knows it's got something to do with how his memories aren't quite as he remembers them. He knows Steve screwed him over and sent him that shitty apology with an even shittier phone. And he is pissed supposedly with no end in sight and no resolution to be had. And yet, he also has this other set of memories - One where he is madly in love with Steve...
Steve Rogers REALLY feels like things with Tony could've gone a lot better. So he stubbornly stays in the Avengers compound to try to set things to rights, vowing to repair his Avengers family and his friendship with Tony. And yet, his endgame is still to help Bucky get rid of the Winter Soldier programming - Help his first and the one true love of his life to find himself again...
Bucky Barnes REALLY loathes having to rely on others to tell him about his life. Steve is a big help, but sometimes, Bucky feels like Steve's after helping him for the benefit of the person he used to be rather than the person he is. Unlike Steve, Tony doesn't give a shit about him. And yet, it's with Tony that he feels like he can be or do anything - Like fall in love with the man he had orphaned all those years ago...
“You’re hot.” Tony’s voice is low, but with the entire kitchen crew cowed into silence by Adam’s bad mood it reaches Helene easily.
Adam’s grin is practically a leer as he leans into Tony’s space. “Yeah I am”
“No, my love, your forehead.” Tony rests the back of his hand against Adam’s cheek and then his forehead. “You have a fever. You can’t be here.”
“You’re not fine. You’re burning up and for all I know, horribly contagious. Upstairs. Now.”
Adam Jones really is the Worst Patient Ever
- Part 4 of Places We Otherwise Wouldn't Go
Their third Christmas was the one Adam would always remember. It was the first one that really felt like Christmas.