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Thor entered the bedroom very late, he took off all his armor, changing into a loose shirt and pajama pants. He crawled into bed seeing his wife, Valerie, already sleeping. He moved the bed as he settled beside her, moaning in pain as he turned to face his wife’s back.
Valerie began moving in bed, she turned to face him, his eyes closed. She moved a strand of hair out of his face, her fingertips running along his cheek and feeling the small beard he was growing, she smiled as he raised a brow, his eyes still closed.
bad boy Jongin: 1, 23 Bad boy Kyungsoo: 1 back pain in the morning: 1 Bakery: 1 Band (non) au: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 Band (non) au smut: 1 Best Friends to lovers: 123 Bet: 1 2 Birthday: 1 Bodyguard: 1 Boyfriend tag: 1 Break up and get back together: 1, 2 Brothers: 1, 2, 3 Bully: 1, 2, 3 Bunny Kyungsoo: 1 Businessman: 1
Hard Sex: 1 Halloween Party: 1 Harry Potter/ Hogwarts : 1 Haunted House: 1 High School- New Kid: 1 High School/ University General: 1, 2 Homeless: 1 Hook up during summer vacation: 1 Horror: 1 Hospital: 1 Hybrid: All
In a relationship first: 1 In Heat: 1 Insecure Soo/ Jongin: 1 Inexperienced sex: 1
Summary: Bucky needs a way to get rid of his one night stands and decides to offer you a place to stay in exchange for you to pretend to be his wife who has caught him cheating. (Modern-Day AU drabble series)
Word Count: 845
A/N: I can only write drabbles right now so have this, guys.
Bucky stared at the woman as if she had grown another head overnight. She had been a fantastic lay, but it was now morning and Bucky’s affections ended as soon as the sun peeked through the horizon, its rays lighting up the sky and creeping into his bedroom. Bucky tried to pry her away from him, but her grip was tight and she was determined to use his bare chest as a pillow.
A/N: For @mahstatins, because this wouldn’t leave me alone. This is unedited, written on tumblr (which I never do) instead of my usual program, because I just… I had to. I’m sorry? Title is from Rudyard Kipling’s The Sea-Wife.
She waits, counting the days until her child is born, her firstborn, her eldest, for she knows she can’t have just one. It’s nothing short of a miracle, that a faerie and a human can create this life growing inside her, and she busies herself preparing their tiny house for his arrival. Or her, she wouldn’t mind either. Her husband is rarely around, working, saving enough money to support their growing family. She tends the garden, her swollen belly making it more difficult to weed it as well as she likes, but she does her best, and she’s proud of how she’s managed to turn the small house on the hill into a real home.
She waits, rocking the tiny newborn in the wooden chair she helped to carve. He smiles up at her, pale blue eyes sparkling in the evening light, light curls framing his angelic face. He’s her pride and joy, little Liam, her one comfort, as Brennan is off on longer voyages to farther lands, seeking his elusive fortune without her. Liam coos quietly, and she shakes herself from her musings, fixes a bright smile on her face, and sings softly to him, a song of magic and the sea and the home she misses when she’s alone.
She waits, rubbing her growing belly as she stands on the porch, for a little boy with soft blonde curls to collect another lizard to show her. Liam grins excitedly, running up to her with cupped hands, the small salamander trapped triumphantly in his palms. He’s the light of her life, her happiness, and she hopes the newest little one will be a friend for him, that they’ll get along well enough. It’s another boy, she’s certain, and she’s glad they’ll have each other, though she wishes they could have their father around to show them how a man should be. She’ll have to do her best, as she’s always done, and she vows to teach them to be better than him.