Watching Derek dote on someone is hard – harder than Stiles
thought it would ever be, despite the fact he knows it’s insincere; despite the
fact it’s the job and nothing more.
It’s hard because
Stiles hasn’t had those arms around him in months, hasn’t had opportunity to
arrange a chance meeting on a crowded street in weeks, hasn’t had Derek’s eyes
meet his and watched his mouth curl into a smile for him.
Derek’s team have
been fairly indulgent, letting Stiles tag along on the assignment to observe
and allowing him to blend with various crowds just to be close to Derek. Early
on, before Derek insinuated himself into their mark’s life, they even allowed
them to talk on the phone, but that might as well have been in another
hates his job, hates Derek’s job, hates the fact they’d never have met if it
wasn’t for their jobs because then he can’t hate it as much.
Stiles is across the
restaurant and he can’t tear his eyes away from the back of Derek’s head for
more than a few seconds at a time, usually at the prompting of the agent he’s
sitting across from.
one of the things that’s especially beautiful about Min Hyuk and Bong Soon’s dynamic is not only does he get a kick out of her strength, he also lets it be a part of their relationship and looks to her for support and help. He makes the part of her that she’s always tried to hide central to what he loves about her and helps her use her strength(s) in aggressive and care-giving roles.
at age fourteen i was still struggling to differentiate between first, second and third person narrative and phil lester at age fourteen had designed an entire game full of intricacies like dialogue, character development, plot twists and decor