“I got caught up with something,” Thace hums, taking a right turn when Lance quietly tells him to do so.
“Doing what? Something cool?”
“If you count saving a teenager from being stuck on a monkey bar in the east neighborhood's playground as cool, then yes.”
“Lame,” his son declares and Thace ignores Lance’s offended yelp. “Is he cute, at least?”
Thace arches an eyebrow at the question before he shrugs. “Hey, kiddo, are you cute?” he asks over his shoulder, humming when hears Lance moving to lean forward from his seat.
“I would like to believe so, sir.”
[Or the one where Keith's the son of a police offer and asks by pure chance if the boy his dad 'arrested' that night is cute enough for his gay ass. Spoiler alert: he is.]
Kim Doyoung was born into the royal family in the same generation of his much superior cousin from the neighbouring kingdom, Lee Taeyong.
Struggling with being seen as a much inferior choice and being a royalty, Doyoung knew from a young age that it was impossible for him to get married because of love.
At nineteen, Doyoung may have been wrong after all.
Fandoms: Voltron: Legendary Defender
07 Jul 2017
He begins to seek Keith out in a crowd without meaning to. Eyes occasionally following him like they were magnetized, looking for the familiar waves that barely brush the high uniform collars. He looks for dark hair and dark eyes, crossed arms and a silent frown, stark against the sea of enthusiastic, starry-eyed cadets.
He feels drawn to him.
(Or, Lance falls in love with Keith during the time they spent together at the Garrison.)
Lance was, in all aspects, an omega. He had accepted this part of him long ago, even embraced it. Keith was, in all forms of the word, an alpha. He was also pretty much a stranger, but Lance was willing to ignore that fact in favor of, um, other things.
- Part 1 of Practically Everything
Lance is a senior studying trombone at The New Altea Institute of Music, the country's leading music school. Though, if customers at the record store where he works ask what he plays, he always lies and says guitar.
He loves music--every genre--but with graduation approaching and options in the world of classical trombone minimal at best, Lance is doing his best to put on a happy face and ignore the future.
Then Shiro invites him out to see his younger brother's band play.
Lance didn't even know Shiro had a brother.
- Part 1 of Sheet Music
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28 Mar 2020