'Hinata gets on the ground, crawling between Kageyama's legs, hissing as his knees hit hot dirt that mingles with his sweat, spreading across his skin—and suddenly Kageyama wants to drag his fingers through the grit and grime, smear it over pale thighs, sink his fingers into the warm flesh underneath while he does far more filthy things to Hinata's body, wants to get deep inside him.'
1 PM sun overhead, motor oil hands, hot dirt, warm engine, and a nearly empty auto garage.
- Part 3 of Speed Demons
‘Kageyama yanks the door open and slides behind the wheel of Hinata’s car, pushing the seat back to adjust for his much longer legs. “Watch closely.”
The engine revs. Throbs. Hinata stares as Kageyama settles into the seat and… uh-oh, he thinks, when the mechanic inhales deeply—exhales—licks his lips and pulls the bottom one through his teeth before, Hinata swears to all and any gods that are out there, smoothly rolling his hips as he sinks into the leather.
“Oh my god,” Hinata whispers.’
The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines “roadhead” as “the end of a road; the farthest point reached by a road under construction”.
This is about a very different kind of road head.
- Part 2 of Speed Demons
' “Starting tonight. You—” Daichi says, pointing at Kageyama, “—will be giving him—” he points at Hinata, “—racing lessons.”
Kageyama looks like he has swallowed ten lemons. Hinata, on the other hand, is just baffled.
“Wait a minute,” he asks. “Why is he giving me racing lessons?”
“Because I am absolutely, without a doubt, a hundred percent, better at racing than you are,” the mechanic replies bluntly. “And even if you race every day for the next decade, and I go blind, you still wouldn’t be a better driver than me.” '
All Hinata has wanted his entire life is a racetrack under the wheels of his car and a crew at his back. When he's offered a spot with the crew of Karasuno Auto Shop, he could have it all. There's only one thing blocking his path to the starting line: an absolute(ly smoking hot) asshole of an auto mechanic by the name of Kageyama Tobio.
- Part 1 of Speed Demons
Seijoh returns to Aoba Johsai after losing to Karasuno. Oikawa goes off the grid, not responding to calls or texts. He doesn't come to school. After receiving suggestions to do so, Iwaizumi visits Oikawa to check up on the younger boy. Oikawa acts normal, but is putting up an act. Iwaizumi releases some concern and pent-up emotions toward Oikawa's state, and Oikawa comforts him at this. They nap, and it's Oikawa's turn to air out some thoughts.
They can be sweet.
They can be made of loving gazes and gentle words, of reverent touches and soft sighs. Iwaizumi and Oikawa are a fire in their own right, but they didn’t forge love without their fair share of tenderness and affection. As for those who only see them by their constant bickering and near-violent arguments, well—they just don’t know any better. After all, the most intimate of moments are found in seclusion, tucked away in spaces built for two.
Written for Iwaoi Fluff Week 2020 / 7 days / 7 drabbles
Bookmarked by padrrhhajfenmak
20 Oct 2021