When Lance and Allura break up, it’s quiet. Keith doesn’t understand why that bothers him so much. OR: After a kinder, gentler season eight, Keith and Lance go on a road trip, and Keith doesn’t have any reference points for the ways he starting to feel.
Bookmarked by a_rose14
31 Aug 2019
Lance is incredibly excited for his first apartment alone, until he realizes he's stuck with the literal neighbor from hell. He plays piano at all hours of the morning and he's absolutely rude.
Except, when he gets to know him a little better he realizes maybe he's not all that bad. Maybe the music isn't either. Maybe he's sort of falling for him too.
Fandoms: Voltron: Legendary Defender
31 Mar 2018
Keith looked at him, his eyes still widened, and he opened his mouth to speak. He seemed to think about what he was going to say for a few seconds, before he quickly closed his mouth again.
“What are you thinking about?” Lance asked.
“I think I might have an idea,” Keith replied. “If all it takes is to give into the idea that love between two people is real then maybe we could… we could kiss."
In retrospect, Lance should have realised. He should have realised that Keith was a virgin and that this hate-fuck wasn't really a hate-fuck at all. But now he's in too deep to back out without breaking anyones heart. In retrospect, Lance is an idiot.
“’Look at me, I’m Keith,” Lance muttered, “’I run directly at Galra sentries and don’t even think about the big, glowy thingies in their hands. What are those called again?’” He tightened the gauze, gently despite his trying to act angry, “’Right! Guns! Can’t possibly hurt me, right?’”
Keith scowled, “I know what a gun is.”
they come back from a mission, gross and in love.