HELLO FRIEND!! yes i have B) brace yourself there’s a lot of fake dating here
reciprocity (1k) — There are still some things Tony can learn about Steve.
of all the things (2k) — It was a shirt that was Tony’s undoing, of all things. Well, it was completely Steve’s fault for wearing it in the first place.
auld lang sine (4k) — Steve and Tony are in separate timezones, yet manage to spend New Year’s together. Of course, they’re totally not a couple. Nope, not at all.
revenge is sweet (love is sweeter) (2k) — Steve and Tony are stood up by their respective friends. As revenge, they decide to start fake-dating, hoping to shock and annoy their friends. It works surprisingly well. The dating part, not the annoying part. (Well, maybe that, too.)
take another little piece of my heart now, baby (27k) — “I think we should get married,” Tony announced as he let himself into Steve’s apartment, plopping next to him on the couch.
love among the hydrothermal vents (26k) — In which Namor has a thing for Steve, an octopus has a thing for Tony, and Steve and Tony eventually have a thing for each other.
wednesdays are awful (except when they’re great) (15k) — Steve and Tony despise each other, so Nick’s natural solution is to force them to spend one hour a week together in a mandatory bonding session no amount of shouting, swearing, or physical violence will get them out of-though they certainly try. Also known as that time Steve and Tony did everything as ass backwards as humanly possible.
out of order (19k) — Look, Steve wants to like Tony, but the man is impossible. Frankly, Steve’s kind of a mess, too. Hatesex, pining, some angst, a little fluff, friendship, more sex, and even a little plot (a very little). But not in that order.
if through a door (44k) — Tony is accused of murder on an alien planet; Steve marries him to bring him home.
tony stark and the super sleeper, or actually, soldier (8k) — The one where Steve keeps falling asleep on Tony.
if it’s (fake) love (wip) — In an attempt to avoid the annual Stark family retreat, Tony may or may not accidentally blurt out that he’s bisexual, and he may or may not accidentally make up a fake boyfriend that sounds an awful lot like someone he already knows. Getting Steve to pretend to be his boyfriend for the weekend is surprisingly easy; remembering that they’re pretending turns out to be a lot harder.
and i’m also gonna rec maggie’s reclist (as always) because it’s huge and i trust her with stevetony so