Summary: A soulmate tattoo au
where Bucky Barnes is intrigued by “and what the hell are you lookin’ at tough
guy” across his arm and somewhere across Brooklyn the reader is rolling her
eyes at ‘cool it dollface, was checkin’ out the goods is all” wrapped around
Pairings: Bucky x fem!Reader, brief
mention of Tony x Steve
Word Count: 1,434
Warnings: Minor, minor violence
A/N: Yes, I know, another
soulmate AU but I couldn’t resist!! Sorry guys! Based on a post I saw ages ago
that stayed with me; I couldn’t find it again to link it. Y/F/N – Your full
You rolled your eyes for the millionth time as you looked at
the words wrapping around your waist ‘cool
it dollface, was checkin’ out the goods is all’. It was scrawled in slanted,
loopy writing and was a pain to try and read in the mirror but by now you had
the words memorised.
Who even said dollface anymore?
Your soulmate sounded like kind of a jackass.
That night you wore black jeans and combat boots, a dark grey
top that cut off just above your belly button and an oversized, black hoodie.
The words were still exposed but as ridiculous as they were, you kind of like
“Y/N? You ready?” Ella, your roommate, called.
“Yah yah, I’m coming,” You called, grabbing your phone and
leaving the room.
You got downstairs and gave Ella a grin, “Let’s go.”
Ella was dressed up - her fiery red hair twirled in a loose
up-do, green eyes framed with black and a short burgundy dress hugging her
curves. In comparison you looked scruffy, though your dark smoky eye make-up
was something to behold.
The two of you made your way from the shabby apartment into
the busier streets of Manhattan. You looked up, staring at the tower that lived
a few blocks over from you. The Stark tower and official base of the Avengers
never failed to capture your attention.
You looked away from it quickly and carried on walking. You
didn’t know Ella well at all (having only moved in with her a week ago), but
since you had been there when Ella and her friends were organising the night,
Ella had felt obligated to invite you. You were hardly one to pass up an
opportunity to go out.
The night began at a local bar, one of Ella’s favourites
apparently and it was busy. Within a couple of hours you were separated from
Ella and her friends but you didn’t mind. You were … resilient to say the least
and in more ways than one. Having spent the last seven years alone and travelling
from place to place, you found that you felt at home wondering through unknown
cities. You liked the freedom, the adventure.
“Another!” you commanded, slamming the glass down on the
table, a shit-eating grin on your face. The man opposite you groaned, and put
down his glass a little more weakly. He was slumped forward on the table, his
face inches from the surface.
He slapped the table, “I yield,” he mumbled, and then again,
After losing Ella you had somehow ended up in some dodgy
looking dive bar and had made friends with some dude called Chris who was about
seven foot tall, covered in tattoos and part of a biker gang from the looks of
it. He had a thick Texan accent and spoke gruffly so when he led you to his
fiancé – a very quiet, very small dude with dark skin and pale blue eyes – you
were surprised to say the least.
It was Jake – the fiancé’s – idea to start a drinking
Now you had beat out two competitors and were barely tipsy.
Beside you Chris roared with laughter and slapped you hard on the back.
“This girl has balls of steel,” he declared jovially.
“I’m getting another drink,” they looked at you and you
snorted, “Water, got a dry throat.”
You made your way to the bar and slid onto a free barstool,
your chin resting on your palm. As you waited, you looked around. It was
crowded full to the brim with locals and the atmosphere was lively.
“What can I get ya ma’am?” the bartender asked, turning to
you. He flashed you a crooked smile.
“Just a water, ice, no lemon please,” you gave a polite smile
“Surely a lady such as yourself could handle something a
little stronger,” the voice was smooth, confident. The man who spoke was tall,
over 6ft and good looking, but not your type. He was too clean-cut, manicured.
He looked nice but it just didn’t float your particular boat.
You raised a brow as he slid in next to you, way too close
for comfort, but you didn’t back down, “I could, but as it happens. I’m
thirsty. Can I help you?” Your tone was polite, but frosty.
He smiled again, “Well, I was impressed back there. Not many
ladies, heck not many men, can hold their drink that well.” He placed a hand on
You didn’t look up and instead ignored him in favour of
thanking the bartender for getting you your drink. You took a sip.
“Remove your hand from my leg or you won’t have it for much
longer,” you spoke casually, stirring the ice cubes around your drink with the
little black straw it came with.
He ignored you and instead slid the hand up and leaned in
closer, “C’mon darlin’, loosen up a little, relax.”
In a flash, your right hand whipped down, grabbing his and
pulling one finger back. You twisted it behind his back. He let out a pained
gasp and a strangled noise made its way out of his throat.
“Look darlin’,” you
whispered against his ear, “If a lady tells you to remove your hand, I’d
recommend you listen.”
He chuckled breathlessly, “Feisty one are we. That’s ok, I
like that. Maybe you could come back to mine and show me just how feisty you
are.” Despite his words, his voice was still strained.
You rolled your eyes, pausing for a moment. He grinned,
thinking you were considering the offer.
Then you grabbed the back of his head by the hair and slammed
his face into the bar.
He sunk down to the floor, groaning. For a moment, only the
sound of the music could be heard as everyone stopped to stare. A moment later
they turned away. Bar fights were common here and, though you didn’t know it at
the time, that guy wasn’t a popular regular.
Your gaze flitted around the bar as you sat down. Meanwhile
the guy scrambled away, looking back at you furiously but not bothering to
continue in his quest.
You caught a couple guys sat a few seats down still looking
at you. One, you recognised as Steve Rogers aka Captain America. He looked entertained
but soon went back to nursing his drink. Meanwhile the other continued staring
at you, an amused smirk on his lips. You didn’t fully recognise him, but from
the long dark hair and metal arm, you guessed he was the infamous Winter
He continued to stare. It didn’t matter who he was, that made
you bristle with annoyance.
“And what the hell are you looking at, tough guy?” you
called, raising an unimpressed eyebrow at him.
He suddenly grinned and called back, “Cool it dollface, was
checkin’ out the goods is all.”
You paused and suddenly you shared his grin.
“I guess I’ve got my answer then…” you trailed off, walking
towards them with a smirk.
“Answer to what question… dollface?” he asked, smirk still
You sat down, “I’ve always wondered who still uses the term
‘dollface’ nowadays – I guess a 100 year old dude would cut it. Nice to meet
you, I’m Y/F/N.”
“James Buchanan Barnes. Most people call me Bucky though.
This is Steve,” he gestured to Steve, who gave a little wave and a smile.
“And on that note, I’m gonna get going. Tony will be waiting
for me,” Steve said, “Nice to meet you Y/N.”
“You too and uh, thanks for saving the world all those times
Cap,” you grinned cheekily and he let out a chuff of laughter.
“Well, doll, fancy getting out of here, going for a walk?” He
suggested, a smile on his face.
You nodded and followed him out of the bar. The two of you
walked closely, shoulders brushing, wandering through the city as you talked.
The talk flowed easily and you two bounced off each other like pinballs,
exchanging quips at 90 miles an hour.
You returned home at 5am, with Ella already passed out on the
couch and smiled at her fondly. She had texted you around midnight, worried
that you had been kidnapped. She was sweet and it was nice of her to bother.
You were exhausted, but happily so. Bucky had walked you back
to the apartment with an arm wrapped tightly around your waist. He had kissed
your forehead affectionately and whispered, “See you later, doll. 2pm. Don’t
You fell asleep quickly, the remnants of a smile still on
your face as you slept.
Baby, New York City: Chapter Four (Biadore) - Boleyn
AN: Hi lovelies! Sorry for the super long wait. Life got crazy! My classes at university picked back up and I donated bone marrow (which was an amazing experience, got to bethematch.org for more information about it!). I’m not totally happy with this chapter, but to make up for the huge delay, it is a good bit longer than my others have been! Thank you so much for waiting and I hope you enjoy!! Oh! And the sketchbook library in this story is a real place in in Williamsburg! xx Boleyn
Request: Can I get a scenario where Zico and the reader r best friends and the reader has a crush but hears dating rumours with seolhyun and she ignores him happy ending please ❤️❤️❤️ for admin amanda plzzzzz
Genre: Still angsty AF / Fluff found somewhere hopefully
So this scenario will magically have more parts and you’ll probably have to wait like another 2 months before you get part 3. Anyways I hope you enjoy part 2! ❤️ -Admin Amanda
REGIMENT NAME: 1st Zionist Hive Rangers
HOME WORLD: Zion
HOME WORLD DESIGNATION: Former Paradise World
REGIMENT ORIGINS: Comprised of a former PDF, the Hive Rangers were forced to rebel against their Head General and Lord Governor upon discovery of Chaos Taint in the Planetary Government. As tithe to the Imperial Government, the Hive Rangers gathered forces and began to request deployments to dangerous combat zone, excelling in Hive Combat and Urban Guerilla Warfare.
UNIFORM: Standard Cadian Pattern Carapace armor, grey combat greaves. Hive Rangers chose the color scheme to represent the mourning for the loss of their planet under their watch.