Fandoms: The Avengers (Marvel) - All Media Types, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Iron Man (Movies), Captain America - All Media Types
23 Feb 2020
Tony Stark receives an invitation to Steve and Bucky's wedding. He has absolutely no idea who they are. For their chutzpah, he decides to pay for everything for their wedding- and hop into the planning to make sure they get the best of the best.
They end up falling in love.
Bookmarked by anunexpectedship
23 Feb 2020
27 Aug 2019
so i saw this tweet that literally said "if you and a same sex friend are eating out and request just one check and the waitress sets it down in front of you, she decided you're the top" & it's based off of that so enjoy this stevetony installment they are one of my favorite ships
Fandoms: The Avengers (Marvel) - All Media Types, The Avengers - Ambiguous Fandom, Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Avengers (Marvel Movies)
21 Apr 2019
Two years ago, detective Tony Stark had a drunken one-night stand with fireman Steve Rogers, which ended with Tony telling Steve to pretend like none of it ever happened.
Now, after two years, a conversation at a bar, a sexy photoshoot, and several gifts from a secret admirer later, the feelings that Tony had kept hidden away are resurfacing, and he has to deal with them whether he wants to or not.
(Oh, and of course, it doesn't help that the police station and the fire station are right next to each other, or that his friend is dating one of Steve's friend.)
03 Jul 2019
“Or, maybe you just need practice?” Steve blinks at Tony’s question, confused. Maybe Tony needs more sleep than he thought. He’ll have to check with JARVIS.
“Practice - at dating?”
(Steve needs help in the dating department. Tony is happy to help out, because he’s a very good friend. That’s definitely the only reason.)
Fandoms: Captain America (Movies), Iron Man (Movies), The Avengers (Marvel Movies), Marvel Cinematic Universe, Marvel
05 Nov 2019
"December 16th," Steve says, because waiting for Tony to listen is never going to work. "1991."
"That's…" Tony starts, finally still, finally done with trying to reassure Steve. "You know what that date is?"
"There was a mission report," Steve explains. "Names redacted, but-"
"Don't," Tony interrupts, and it hurts, the way he's looking at him. The combination of denial and comprehension, that he understands but doesn't believe, and Steve wishes his stupid moral compass didn't point due north all the time, that he could have accepted what Tony was offering rather than doing this to him.
But Tony deserves more than that, and if Tony's going to hate him, it's not going to be because Steve has lied about this.
"Tony, I think they made him kill your parents."
Or: While Steve and Sam try to track down Bucky and deal with the remnants of Hydra, Tony attempts to come to terms with his feelings about his parents, their killer, and his and Steve's not-a-relationship relationship.