I loooove your blog!! I see that you do sterek ficrecs, could you show some fake/pretend relationship ones?? I love them so much but can't seem to find anymore..
well i went on ao3 and looked up some of the newest fake/pretend relationship fics. and then i went back to very beginning to find a few as well. surprisingly when i sorted by the Fake/Pretend Relationship tag there were only 336 fics which was a lot less than i was expecting. anyway hopefully there’s something in here that you haven’t read (or want to re-read but had lost).
Stiles never imagined he’d be in Derek’s kitchen cooking a surprise dinner with Derek’s family while they waited for Derek to get home from work.
Partly because their visit was a complete surprise.
But mostly because Stiles didn’t have a boyfriend.
Or even know who Derek was.
But he’d already come this far and Papa didn’t raise no quitter!
“Hi, so my ex-boyfriend just walked into the bar and I don’t want to look like a pathetic loser who hasn’t moved on yet, so, would you pretend to be my boyfriend for me? For like 5 minutes?”
All he gets in response is some angry looking eyebrows and a terse growled out “No” as Adonis walks away back to his table.
"You know what the solution is,” she says.
“What’s the solution?”
“You get a mate.”
“Thank you for that, Laura. I’ll file it away with the other idiotic ideas I’ve already tried.”
Derek is sick of being treated like he’s property and he’s sick of his family pressuring him to find a mate. So the obvious solution is to fake a relationship with Stiles Stilinski, the annoying lacrosse player and alpha that Derek may or may not be pining over anyway.
Somehow Derek and Stiles have ended up close enough that Laura is able to stand between them and clap a hand each of their shoulders.
“Look happy, boys. Don’t you know you’re in love?” Laura teases.
Stiles rips himself away and is out of the room before Derek can even wrap his head around any of this.
Or: the one where Derek is a prince and Stiles is the one night stand who he has to pretend to date.
“So you want to go to Prom with me just so you can get a plastic crown and a fifty dollar gift card to Outback Steakhouse.”
Stiles sets his jaw. He wants to go to prom with Derek because he wants to go to prom with Derek. But, of course, he’s stubborn and prideful and can’t admit to Derek how it’s barely been twelve hours since they officially broke up and he’s already barely handling it as it is, so he just raises his chin in the air and says, “yes.”
Derek just wanted an excuse to run out on his date. A very public fight with the fiance he didn’t know he had is not exactly what he was expecting, but he’ll take it.
The problem with having your soulmate’s first words to you tattooed on your arm is knowing your whole life that you’re fated to be with a jerk. It’s enough to make Stiles want to date other people … which is how he winds up dating his soulmate’s nephew.
Stiles knows agreeing to be Derek’s fake date for Cora’s wedding is the stupidest thing he’s ever done, but it’s a little difficult to say no to the man he’s been in love with for seven years.
Derek just wanted Laura to leave him alone about dating. Not come to California to meet his fake boyfriend. So Derek goes to the one person he knows he can count on: Stiles.
Stiles and Derek pretend to be a couple and somewhere along the way they realize they actually should be a couple.
This could turn out even worse than either of them could ever imagine, but at this point, every thing is a game to Stiles. He’s learned how to play his cards exactly right and get what he wants out of every single situation, maybe not always in his best interest, but scamming alphas out of their money and time is fun.
He scratches at the back of his head, takes a second to adjust his shirt, moving away from the railing he’d been leaning up against, and gives Derek a firm glare. Pointing one finger directly into his face and trying to fight off the smirk, he says, “just don’t go falling in love with me while you’re at it.”
Derek sneers. “I’ll pray for the strength to not succumb to your wiles.”
“Oh, that’s what they all say.“
“Scott,” he sighs and tries to find a way to explain it better, “the only things people who go to their high school reunion care about are if someone got rich or someone got married.
Agent Derek Hale has been working up the courage to ask his partner Stiles out on a date (finally!) when he heads out on a solo mission—without Derek. Eager to provide support, Derek arrives in Beacon Hills, only there is no mission, and Stiles’ dad thinks Derek is Stiles’ boyfriend.
Well. It could be worse.