or: Five times Percival Graves said he was married, and one time Tina believed him.
When Director Graves starts elaborating on his supposed husband, the entire department is even more certain he doesn't exist - an author and a dragon tamer, who's somehow captured a creature that can kill a hundred wizards at a time? And what sort of name is Newt, anyway?
Tina's one of them - at least, until Newt Scamander, magizoologist, shows up in New York and lets a Niffler loose. And when he realises Graves has been replaced by an imposter, things only get more complicated from there.
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12 Oct 2018
Draco Malfoy, Head of Veela Affairs at the Department of Magical Beings, does not do people favours.
Harry Potter, recently turned werewolf, is not “people” – not to Draco anyway.
Does Draco plan to fall in love with Harry when he decides to help him? No. Does he end up falling in love with him anyway? Pft, what do you think?
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11 Oct 2018
Tony is tired of being treated like a doormat so he takes control both personally and professionally. It also annoys him when Gibbs can ignore his own rules, but head slaps Tony when he breaks them. What can he do to help make things improve, or is it time for him to move on? Slash, Anti-Ziva, Anti-team (will change as Tibbs story)
Danny and Steve are exceptional in their own way. It causes them problems when they try to connect with other people. That all changes when they meet up in the McGarrett garage. This is AU; the world is slightly different
- Part 4 of Evil Authors day
Tony has known Tony for as long as he can think, their relationship starting as a tender friendship, established between two lonely boys in a boarding school, outlasting as an unbreakable bond well into adulthood. Both have been through a lot, and when life inevitably takes a dip into the unbearable again, one Tony is there for the other, unconditionally. It’s nothing they advertise, hell, sometimes, it is the only thing they have left that keeps them sane. Either Tony is comfortable with the other, yet, they are not so secretly pining for someone else, and they are aiming high – the one fell for his boss a long time ago (even though the bastard’s really working hard on breaking his heart), and the other has set his eyes (and his heart) on nothing less than a God. But Loki is damaged and the last thing he wants is a high-maintenance mortal, and Gibbs does not care anymore. At least that’s what they think…