five times Derek and Stiles weren't actually boyfriends (and one time they were) by HalfFizzbin for Swing Set in December (swing_set13)
Fandoms: Teen Wolf (TV)
25 May 2013
In which Derek and Stiles are essentially a married couple. Except they're not actually dating.
Bookmarked by norangom
15 Jan 2019
“What does this mean?” Stiles asks, sliding his phone across the counter toward Scott.
Scott doesn’t pause in shoveling cereal in his mouth as he picks the phone up and studies it. “He wants you to stay over tonight,” Scott translates after swallowing.
Stiles stares at him, not amused.
“I don’t know, man. I don’t know the nature of your whatevership with Derek. He either wants to patrol the forest with you or fuck you, I don’t know and I don’t want to know.”
It’s the first party of the first week of college. It’s a brand new world. It’s…. déjà vu. Black lights, glowing paint, loud music and dancing, a pretty girl he just saw kissing another pretty girl not too long ago kissing him, slipping her tongue into his mouth…
“I thought you liked girls,” he says like he knows the script, totally at the will of this recycled conversation.
“I do,” she answers, a slight deviation. She leans even closer and Stiles can feel her body heat and smell her shampoo. Her hand lands on his chest. “Do you?”
“Absolutely…” His breath catches in his throat when she kisses his neck. “So uh, you also like guys, I guess.”
“Yeah. Do you?” She pulls away to smirk up at him, lips shining and the fluorescent pink hearts rising on her cheeks as she grins.
A collection of tumblr ficlets in the PCTS 'verse, all in one spot safe from the whims of tumblr. :)
- Part 4 of Play Crack the Sky
Excerpt from “Hale Pulls the Plug on the Future of Rock,” Rolling Stone, Issue 1203 – Oct. 2014
“Fans and music industry vets alike are left reeling in the wake of bassist Derek Hale’s sudden departure from Smokes for Harris. At a time when the foursome from Beacon Hills, California seems to be on the cusp of rock superstardom after just one double platinum record, Smokes has everything to lose.”
Excerpt from “Smokes for Harris: Gladiator,” SPIN.com – Feb. 2015
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- Part 1 of Play Crack the Sky