With Christopher away at camp, Eddie finally has a chance to catch his breath after the hellish year he's had. Meanwhile Buck is still reeling from the sudden reappearance of Abby. On a routine night of movies and pizza, Eddie and Buck discuss some feelings and stumble into something that may just take some time to figure out. Good thing they have two weeks to get a handle on it.
Bookmarked by Belleza88
30 Nov 2021
In which Eddie starts dating Ana and Buck starts dating around; Eddie does not cope that well with change, Buck is oblivious and everyone else thinks they're a pair of idiots.
Bookmarked by Belleza88
23 Nov 2021
*Edit I just noticed chapter two was missing the last two paragraphs. That has been fixed.
imeaniguessthatsfine: 5 times someone else witnessed Buddie being very domestic, and 1 time they all did (and it’s like their wedding or something)
Buck and Eddie are acting more and more coupley. Too bad they're not actually together. Hopefully they'll figure it out soon.
“Don’t worry, we’re on our way to you.”
“No.” His halting voice echoed through the radios gathered around the truck and everyone stopped. Eddie kept running. “The whole quadrant’s unstable. Sweep’s done. It’s not safe.”
Bobby was going to have a long talk with him about his self-sacrificing habits. For now, he kept his words calm and authoritative; for both their sakes. “None of that, you just hold still. Are you injured?”
There was silence. Around him, the paramedics and firefighters of the 118 waited with bated breath. “Pretty bad.” There was little humor in his voice, though they could hear him trying. “My head. And uh, hahaha,” his laughter came as a gust of air. “I’ve been impaled?”
*Upped rating to M for graphic descriptions of injuries
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01 Aug 2020
“Eddie,” Buck murmurs, in a way that makes his stomach flip, his eyes squeezing shut momentarily.
“Yeah, Buck?” He answers, just as soft, like if he speaks any louder it’ll somehow break the moment they’re building together.
“I’m so tired,” Buck admits, his weight suddenly heavy against Eddie’s back as his arms slide around his waist, his face mashed in against Eddie’s neck. It’s not the first time Buck’s done it — he gets ridiculously clingy when he’s tired — but Eddie’s body reacts like it is, his pulse jack-rabbiting in his chest before kicking into high gear.
Buck gets tired and uses Eddie as a pillow.
- Part 2 of Soft Eddie Diaz