“You don’t have to pretend,” Cora says, and if it comes out a little more aggressively than she intends, she doesn’t care.
Lydia pulls back, pen stilling. “What?”
“You don’t have to pretend to like me just because we have to work on this project together.”
“I’m not,” Lydia says. Her tone is neutral. She sniffs. “I don’t have an opinion of you either way.”
Cora zeroes in on the uptick in her voice, the little tremor that gives away her lie. “Yeah, sure. I know girls like you.”
Lydia Martin has never paid much attention to Cora Hale. That is, until Cora, rising star of the girls soccer team, quits days before regionals, killing any chance they had of winning state for the fifth season in a row, and becoming the most hated junior at Beacon Hills.
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05 Nov 2018
Fandoms: Teen Wolf (TV)
11 May 2017
“You like Derek,” he says slowly. “Derek Hale.”
His father grimaces at the accusation there. “Look, Stiles it’s complicated-“
“So when I was married to him,” he continues, voice rising. “He wasn’t good enough. He was taking advantage of me. ‘He’ll never be able to love you like you want, Stiles’. That’s what you said-“
Or the Sweet Home Alabama AU that nobody asked for.
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05 Feb 2018
Everyone knows when you go back in time, you shouldn't step on an ant, just in case you accidentally kill your own grandparent or something. But what happens when you go back in time and, uh, accidentally interrupt the one event that apparently made the Grumpiest Alpha in Town into a ball of mindless manpain?
Well, if Marty McFly can do it, so can Stiles Stilinski. All he has to do is get Derek and Paige to fall in love before he gets pulled back to his own time. And before he makes anything worse. That's easy as pie, right? Right?
Stiles is 27 now, with a master’s degree and a career and a house and a serious boyfriend and a life in San Francisco that doesn't include Derek. But then Stiles unexpectedly shows back up in Beacon Hills, and Derek would recognize that scent anywhere.
- Part 1 of the thread is ripping
Hikaru is torn between the past and future