thejaxhatter-blog  asked:

I figured I'd actually give you something different but how about a modern college AU? (I'm bad at coming up with AU prompts, woops.) Also, thought about this last night but what about a fic where Mary/Kenna used to be a thing in Scotland and Kenna understands some of Bash's jealousy towards Francis because it's something she once felt before she realized that there could never be anything that came of it? Also on a side note, would you write Ruby/Belle?

i hope its ok if i pass on the modern au simply for the fact i have written a lot already and most of them have been set, or ~implied set, in a college/university setting. hope that’s ok, sorry. but i loved the second prompt, and that is here:

She watches him watch her.

Kenna sees the way Bash’s eyes follow Mary, because her eyes follow her too.

She sees the desperation in them, the want, and she knew that hungered inside of her in the same way.

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anonymous asked:

Mary x Kenna

Yes. Good.

  • who wakes the other one up with kisses-  If the other ladies aren’t around to get her ass out of bed, Kenna would soo not be the first to wake. So that honor would have to fall to Mary.
  • who cooks for who- Kenna is a master toast maker. She can cook that bread like nobody’s business. Otherwise, she will make full use of the servants available and order food for Mary and herself like 3-5 times a day.
  • who is the morning person/night person- Kenna is the night person. It’s the only time the two of them are awake enough and have enough privacy to really be together. But since Mary gets up earlier, she’s the one who falls asleep first, when they’re both in bed and Kenna’s probably stroking her arm or something similar.
  • who is the romantic one- Since romance typically means getting more 1-on-1 attention, Kenna would be more motivated to plan romantic things or make a small (what she thinks is) secret romantic gesture during the day. She loves to dote on Mary and spoil her with affection, just to make each day of sneaking around bearable. 
  • who is the top when it comes to sex- Kenna would naturally fall into the role of being the more dominant one. She’s adventurous, a thrill seeker, and she needs constant physical and active stimulation. Plus she would really enjoy the experience of basically conquering Mary and showing off her “all-powerful skills” and “never-ending knowledge” about intimacy. 
  • who would lead in ballroom dancing- Mary knows a larger variety of traditional dances, but Kenna would be the one to get silly and creative with it. She doesn’t care about form so much as enjoying herself.
  • who is the more cuddly one- They are both pretty physical girls, but I think Mary would typically be the one to initiate the cuddling. Kenna would be the one to initiate the kissing and sex. 
  • who is the one to most likely pick the movie they watch- Kenna. She would probably already have a movie in mind before Mary even gets the chance to open Netflix or turn on the TV.
  • who is the one who would pay for dates- Mary would most times, but when Kenna is the one to plan the outing, she wouldn’t be hesitant to pay herself.
  • who is the one who would initiate a quicky during classes- Kenna. Probably during each class. And after. And before.

In talking to @sandwalkerluke, I rediscovered a Reign modern AU I started writing back in the days when Reign still had most of its main ensemble cast in the game! It, alas, was never finished, but rereading it tickled me, so here’s the first few scenes! Featuring: Mary and Catherine getting their lunch on, and Bash and Kenna driving each other nuts.

Summary: All Mary wants is a happy Christmas with her family and friends. Unfortunately, her family and friends are far too good at inciting chaos. A relentlessly fluffy modern AU.


Catherine should have known that meeting Mary for lunch would portend disaster. Her daughter-in-law may be angelic on the surface, but the girl has a knack for scheming and a will of iron. Not to mention far too much Christmas spirit. 

“It’s not completely unreasonable,” says Mary, ever the voice of sweetness and light. “All I’m asking is that you not kill your husband at Christmas dinner.”

“Ex-husband,” Catherine reminds her, taking a sip of wine.

“Soon-to-be ex-husband,” Mary corrects angelically.

“Not soon enough,” Catherine declares.

“Catherine, you live for happy gatherings with the whole family.”

“Exactly. The family. Which, last time I checked, doesn’t include your gaggle of girlfriends, one of whom I found in bed with Henry not six months ago.”

“I told you, Kenna’s very sorry about that.”

“I’m sure,” Catherine says flatly.

“You and Henry were separated. Or at least that’s what he told Kenna.”

“I may have been separated from Henry, but it was still my bed. I replaced it at once, of course.”

“And had the old mattress delivered to Kenna’s apartment.”

Catherine nonchalantly picks at her salad.

“With a note that said ‘You’re next,’” Mary persists.

Catherine impales a cherry tomato.

“What did that even mean?” Mary demands.

“I got rid of the bed; I assumed Henry would get rid of her next. And I was right.”

“Aren’t you always?” Mary says wryly. “Anyway, you needn’t worry about Kenna. She’s seeing Bash now.”

“That won’t be remotely awkward,” Catherine says, although secretly the idea is a little intriguing.

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