Hi, is there any other fics like The Boy Who Tamed the Sourwolf, in terms of Derek being a good alpha and Stiles becoming part of his pack rather than Scott's?
Here are a few you might enjoy!
Set at the end of season 2, Gerard beats Stiles up, but it’s a lot worse than anyone knows.
The pack let him down, that’s not really a surprise lately.
When Danny finds Stiles nearly bleeding to death the next day it’s the start of a beautiful friendship.
Can the pack make amends before it’s too late? Will Stiles ever forgive them for not being there for him when he needed them the most?
The words were stuck on loop, Stiles’ broken voice repeating them over and over. Derek didn’t realize he was crying until he let out a broken noise, so low he could barely hear it himself. His hands dug into his eyes trying to stop the flow but the tears kept coming. He couldn’t breathe, he couldn’t think, he couldn’t be strong like he’s supposed to be.
He was weak. So weak.
He walked away from the only person that felt like home.
Somewhere in the back of his mind he couldn’t help but acknowledge that by the time he got back, his home would be miles away, once again leaving him all alone.
Or the healing/getting together AU that involves building a house together and a healthy dose of angst.
“There are no absolutes, Scott! No hard rights or hard wrongs! The world doesn’t fucking work that way and we can’t afford to think like that, because people are going to die! We signed up for that the moment we got involved with all this!”
“We? We?” Scott hisses. “Don’t you think you? Don’t forget that you’re the one who dragged us into that forest the night it all started, Stiles. So if it’s anyone’s fault, it’s yours.”
Something inside Stiles cracks, so strong and so deep that he practically hears it.
It’s been a quiet few years, and the McCall Pack has grown and settled. But, when the Hale Pack return to Beacon Hills they find Scott isn’t as welcoming as they had hoped.
Soon they, Stiles, and Lydia, find out that not everything about the McCall Pack is as it has always seemed.