Jack complicated things further by turning up fifteen minutes later and demanding an explanation at gunpoint. It was only too clear that Jack had no idea who Ianto was, and Ianto found himself ordered down to the SUV and taken to the Hub practically under arrest. Jack wasn’t impressed when Ianto offered to drive and produced a set of working keys to the SUV.
Teen, post-Cyberwoman AU. In my headcanon, Jack and Ianto didn’t hook up until after Lisa, but I really enjoyed this take on Ianto trying to come to terms with himself and his relationship with Jack, with the help of an unexpected trip to a parallel universe.
Bucky was all loose-limbed and languid, laughing as he flipped a square of chocolate into his mouth with a small flick of his tongue. “How else am I supposed to grow big and strong like you?”
Steve felt himself flush. He concentrated on hanging his jacket on its peg and fought the way Bucky’s laughter tugged at him as it changed from something light to a low, dark chuckle.
Adult, comic!verse. Bucky is underage, Steve isn’t much older, but still feels guilty (of course). Reading Brubaker’s Captain America, I must admit, something like this did cross my mind… 🙂 Love this take on comic!Bucky in the War!