🌟 June Fics 🌟
“‘Decent’?” Keith asked with a hint of incredulity. “You’ve seen me shoot before, Lance.”
“Yeah,” he said. “But I’ve also seen you dance.” He shot a smug grin at Keith. “No comment.”
It starts off as an infatuation, nothing more than admiration for the entrancing blue eyed boy.
They relearn how to not be scared of love. They fall back into gentler, longer kisses: in the dark kitchen at midnight, dancing to a song they remember from high school; in the morning, as a thank you for being alive.
Lance is walking home alone late at night when he’s accosted by some not so lovely people. The night takes a turn for the better when his old crush arrives to help him out.
Lance sighed deeply. Maybe, if he concentrated, he could expunge his mind of all troubles and cares by balling them up and blowing them into dust, and then their weight would be be gone forever, and he’d be light.
Four times where Lance feels insecure, and one time where Keith has had enough.
“I’ve, uh, never had a best friend before,” Keith confessed softly.
“I guess I’ll have to be your first!” Lance declared.
You’ll hear the music fill the air, I’ll put a flower in your hair. Though the breezes through the trees move so pretty, you’re all I see.
There are shapes raining down from above him, and it takes Lance a second to realize that it’s them. It’s the lions, free falling from an unknown height, with their paladins following suit.
Keith hasn’t cut his hair in 3 years. Gayness ensues.
Lance vents his feelings to a sleeping Keith.
Or so he thinks.
The one where Keith and Lance live in different cities but swap bodies – and angry love notes – multiple times a week.
Keith and Lance get captured and have somewhat of a heart to heart in a prison cell.
Lance really enjoys wearing skirts, but is afraid to let anyone on the team know
Despite the beautiful faces in the room, the blue paladin can only seem to focus on one thing.
In which Lance knows things about bees and math and thunderstorms, but he doesn’t really know that much about Keith.
When Keith was seven years old, he spent a year in La Quinta with a boy named Lance, the best friend he ever had. Ten years later, Lance and Keith reunite at the Garrison–only Keith doesn’t remember who Lance is.
5 times they kissed, and 1 time they talked about it.
In which Lance makes the mistake of touching a plant he knows nothing about, resulting in a rather 'sticky’ situation for him and Keith.
Lance and Keith are friendly rivals in a street full of florists. To get ahead of their competiton, Keith proposes to Lance - a pretend-marriage to fuse their shops without suspicion. Lance agrees.
There’s nothing really that can comfort him but at least, he thinks, this feeling is new and warm and he can work with that.
Lance is feeling homesick on the Fourth of July. Keith finds him.
Keith accidentally starts a YouTube channel. Lance, of course, refuses to be left out. It goes about as well as you’d expect.