WinterShieldShock : Omegaverse!AU

Darcy Lewis always felt disconnected from her own body, like something wasn’t right since her birth. When she receives a mysterious box filled with a key and a map, she realizes that maybe, the family she never known is full of wackos. How else to explain the two hot guys claiming she’s the long lost werewolf queen of North America who had her  canine heritage sealed from her by a curse? Now, the three of them are going on a trip to her family estate to reclaim her powers. Darcy Lewis is the ultimate Alpha (ah!). Once her true nature is finally coming to her, the need the claim as mates Omega Bucky and Beta Steve become too strong to ignore,  she realizes her two protectors don’t want her to. The triad will have to unite several packs together and fight pissed off witches along the way (totally normal stuff).

"His tone conveyed a warning, given out of the pride of ownership, and the boys ate faster while there was still time. Seeing there was no immediate likelihood of a pause, Jack rose from the log that was his throne and sauntered to the edge of the grass. He looked down from behind his paint at Ralph and Piggy. They moved a little farther off over the sand and Ralph watched the fire as he ate. He noticed, without understanding, how the flames were visible now against the dull light. Evening was come, not with calm beauty but with the threat of violence."

― William Golding, Lord of the Flies

There’s a burden you’ve been bearing in spite of all your prayers
There’s a light turned off inside your heart
- can you remember what it’s like to care?

or: i found another song for S10 Dean and felt the need to make an edit for it {xxxx}


Minimalist poster → Flowers in the Attic characters by V. C. Andrews

“And when I fall in love,” I began, “I will build a mountain to touch the sky. Then, my lover and I will have the best of both worlds, reality firmly under our feet, while we have our heads in the clouds with all our illusions still intact. And the purple grass will grow all around, high enough to reach our eyes.”