When agent Alec Lightwood is given his first kill hit, he doesn’t expect
much trouble. Of course, he also doesn’t expect it to be a cheerful
assassin who lands him in a whole load of trouble. Enter Magnus Bane:
an assassin turned thief who reluctantly teams up with Alec - and The
Clave - after he pisses off a very important and powerful crime boss,
Valentine Morgenstern. In a world of violence and unjust laws, can the two put aside their differences and work together? Aka: in which Alec is sent to kill Magnus, doesn’t, and then really wishes he had. Enemies to friends to lovers.
When Alec Lightwood loses his job as a cook at a high class restaurants and starts at the post office of Bane Enterprise, he never knew what would happen. That is, until he meets the extraordinary owner of the magazine company, Magnus Bane. Things get fuzzy when Alec is promoted to be Magnus assistant, without knowing a single thing about magazines, or fashion. He has yet to learn a lot.
Working for Magnus isn’t easy. Magnus is out of control and
Alec has to yell more often than not to get him to listen to him. He
hates everything formal because it means he has to watch his mouth. Most
importantly, Magnus is an incorrigible flirt. Which would be alright if Alec wasn’t utterly, irremediably, unfathomably in love with him.
Based on this prompt: “AU where Magnus is an Oscar winning actor and Alec, his PA, is in love with him.”
One charming doctor takes on his toughest challenge yet: the
infamous case of Robert Lightwood, a prince who refuses to exercise
after an accident leaves him in a wheelchair. However, he didn’t see the second challenge coming: falling in love. When
Magnus finds himself thrown into a world of stubborn royalty, he finds
himself falling for the esteemed heir, Alec Lightwood. With loyalties to
his family overthrowing his heart, Alec too is drawn to the alluring
doctor, but can a doctor and a prince overcome the distance?
When Magnus Bane bought the space for his dance studio, Pandemonium, he
had no idea that the wall between it and the MMA Training Gym next door
was so thin. Neither did he realize that a dispute over the loud music
would lead to him becoming involved in the world of MMA and, more
importantly, guide him to the man who would end up changing his life.
Magnus spots a handsome stranger in the elevator of his apartment
building – which wouldn’t be a big deal if said stranger didn’t turn out
to be dating Magnus’s neighbor. In other words, his and Magnus’s paths
end up crossing more than once, causing a friendship to slowly develop.
Magnus should be complaining, but he’s not.
Alec’s biggest dream since he was little is to become a
musician someday. Sadly for him, his mother believes that he has no
future in a music career and tries to make him follow the path of a
business man so one day he can rule in his father’s corporation. On a
really hot summer night, Alec finds himself alone in his house, so he
opens his window and starts singing as if his dream wasn’t as impossible
as his mother wanted him to believe.
Magnus is the head editor of
one of New York’s most famous magazines and happens to be the
Lightwoods’ neighbor, so when he hears a young man’s voice coming
through his window, he can’t help but want to go and see who’s the owner
of such a beautiful voice.
Alec Lightwood is the most beautiful and talented classically trained
ballet dancer at the New York Arts Institute. He’s pressured by everyone
in his life to carry the honor of the Lightwood name in the New York
performing arts world, he feels trapped in a box. Magnus Bane is the
most liked, respected, gorgeous, and innately talented hip-hop freestyle
dancer who was accepted to the Institute on scholarship. He puts on the
happy face for everyone around him, but inside he is broken and badly
scarred by his past. When Alec finds himself wanting to branch out and
add free movement to his final senior piece he seeks the help of the one
person he’s been secretly drawn to for years. The one person he knows
lives very much outside of the box.
As the goalie for the New York City Blazing Angels, Alec
Lightwood thinks he’s finally found the team he can go all the way to
the championship cup with. Then his agent and financial advisor are
arrested for stealing their clients’ money, and Alec is forced to take
on a side job doing endorsement deals, plus find a way to trust his new
agent–Magnus Bane. Alec hates Magnus the first time he sets eyes on him. Magnus hates Alec more. But they’re going to have to find some way to work together if Alec is going to make it to the championship.
Jeff Buckley always gives me all the feels. His music just hits me. That, and his interviews, things he’s said. His voice is so ethereal and amazing, way more than a voice, truly an instrument. Then his lyrics.. the man just knew how to put words together so artistically. I can’t even imagine having an ounce of his talents. Then just as a human being he really was such a precious soul, a literal angel on this Earth for such a short time. Like fuck. If you haven’t ever listened to Jeff you need to start ASAP.