#THE WAY CHARMING PUSHES HER UP INTO HOOK’S ARMS #HOOK CLOSES HIS EYES IN RELIEF AND TRIES TO SOOTHE HER BY STROKING HER HAIR #SHE KEEPS HER EYES CLOSED AND JUST SOAKS IT IN THAT HE’S GOT HER AND SHE’S SAFE #SHE CRADLES HIS HEAD LIKE HER DAD ALWAYS DOES TO HER WHEN THEY HUG #HIS LITTLE SMILE AS HE LOWERS HIS MOUTH TO HER SHOULDER #THE WAY SHE STARTS TO FALL AND SHE REACHES FOR THE ICE BECAUSE SHE IS USED TO SAVING HERSELF #BUT HOOK IS LIKE I’VE GOT YOU THIS TIME #THE WAY HE CARRIES HER OFF AND SHE SNUGGLES INTO HIM #I WILL NEVER BE OVER THIS SCENE
fire in my heart, ice in my veins; hockey player AU (captain swan)
Rating: T Words: 4K Summary: AU where Killian Jones is an up and coming hockey player in the NHL. Emma is the new sports trainer for the team. He’s taken with her right from the beginning. Author’s Note:1) I can’t stop writing AUs. Is there a support group for this addiction? 2) You don’t have to necessarily know anything about hockey for this, but two things to make a distinction are: linemates are the five players that are on the ice together at any given time. Teammates is more general, and refers to all the players on the team as they relate to each other. Hopefully that makes sense.
The first time he sees her, he’s barely stumbled off the ice, his eyes catching hers only briefly as he makes his way to the locker room. He looks down for one minute, reaching to take his helmet off, but when he looks back up into the crowd, she’s gone.
The sweat drips into his eyes and he sees the intermission reporter making his way over to him and shakes off the feeling of disappointment that she’s caused in him, telling himself that she was just one attractive (gorgeous, really) woman in the crowd. It’s happened before, and it will happen again. He does the interview, and heads to the dressing room for a debriefing with his line mates and coach and barely manages to gulp down some water before he’s being hustled back to the ice again.
He only thinks about her once (or twice, or three times).
Rating: G Words: 4K+ Summary: Prompt from captainsasschabod: “After just missing her flight Emma is on standby for the next one and meets Killian, a fellow standby-ee, and things ensue from there.”
Emma Swan hated airports. She hated the way they looked, she hated how many people were always in them, and she hated that things never ever went as planned, no matter how meticulously the plans were laid out beforehand.
Case in point: Emma had been standing at the Southwest Airlines help-desk for nearly twenty minutes, and was no closer to getting on an airplane than she had been at the beginning of this tiresome conversation. Yes, she had missed her original flight. But really, she had barely missed it. She had been late arriving to the gate by just a few minutes (those minutes she was late she firmly blamed on the TSA for the extra thorough search they had bestowed on her), but it shouldn’t have been enough to make her miss her flight.