Not Going Anywhere
Based on prompt by @winter-in-wakanda: Could you write a Bucky x Reader where Reader is always getting scrappy with people who badmouth Bucky? That’s how he realizes how much she cares about him? If you can fit it in that she’s Tony’s little sister (maybe she roughs Tony up a bit for being cruel to Buck?), awesome, but if not, cool.
A/N: Ugh I feel like every author’s note I write is just me apologizing for not writing more and promising to try harder. I write when I can, I promise you that, and will continue to do so as my schedule permits. Also, I’m writing prompts out of order because certain ones just work for me on certain days, so while my Coming Soon list does have all the prompts I have, it doesn’t really reflect the order of what I’ll be writing just because my inspiration and will to write is super random.
Logistic note on this story, I’m not exactly sure when it takes place because it kind of doesn’t fit within the MCU canon, so let’s just go with it and call it a day, okay? Okay.
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You’re heading out of the briefing room when you first hear the whispers.
You try to ignore it, but you’re not a super spy for nothing, and you can’t help but catch every single word of the passing agents’ conversation.
“I don’t know why they let him go on missions,” one agent says, her face contorted in a condescending sneer. “Frankly, I don’t know why they don’t have him locked up in maximum security.”
“Is he really that bad?” the other agent asks, his face half-horrified, half-disbelieving.
“He’s a monster,” the first one says, and it’s then that you blood begins to boil. You know exactly who she’s talking about.