Fandoms: Shadowhunters (TV)
27 Dec 2018
Snow is falling, children are singing, and Christmas fast is approaching, but Magnus Bane doesn't have any time to devote himself to the festive spirit. No, he's pretty much focused on raising his five year old daughter (alone), writing his next best-seller (with writer's block), and lingering in the remnants of a years-old heartbreak.
But that might change when he takes his daughter Bea ice skating one day, and just so happens to meet Alec Lightwood, a familiar stranger he's been bumping into all over town for weeks. This Christmas, a cup of hot chocolate, a sprig of mistletoe, and more than a little interference from a meddling five-year-old might be all it takes -- to start something new.
Bookmarked by ViciousCirce
08 Mar 2021
22 Sep 2013
A young Vulcan decides to find a mate for his guardian, Spock. After careful calculations, Cadet Kirk is obviously the superior choice.
French translation by Emily Bright
中文-普通话 國語 translation by ronnie_vfs
Русский translation by sKarEd
Español translation by Prinkipissa_Andreaz
Objective Data [Podfic] by diurnal_lee, kronos999, paraka
- Part 1 of Scientific Inquiry
30 Mar 2011
Jim invites Spock to his high school reunion for moral support.
Ten minutes to go to ground zero and Artyom was still desperately trying to escape. “I have never attended little girl’s birthday party,” he pointed out repeatedly, and actually pouted, big blue eyes wide and pleading.
“Always a first time,” Napoleon said mercilessly, pulling on a charcoal Tom Ford blazer over his loose gray knit. “Mrs Siegfried invited us weeks ago, Artyom, don’t be a baby. You’ve had quite a while to gird your loins. We’re going to a party, not some sort of trench warfare. Smile.”
Artyom scowled, which was admittedly normally an adorable look even for a tall, blonde Russian giant of a man. “I do not like Mrs Siegfried,” Artyom declared, clearly intent on being as recalcitrant as possible.
03 Dec 2015
"'Spock,' Jim breathes out, completely overwhelmed by the gesture—not quite believing that Spock knows him so well, that's he's already started researching, that he trusts Jim with a member of his own endangered species."
When Jim gets it in his head to adopt an eight year old Vulcan, Spock presents a logical solution to the issue of Jim's humanity: marriage to a Vulcan citizen.