Last Lovesong Of A Dying Lemon | 10 424 Words
Stiles’ Jeep keeps breaking down. Derek is a mechanic.
A year ago if someone had told Stiles he’d be going to prom with Erica Reyes and that Derek Hale would be lounging on his bed watching him dither over outfits, gaze ranging from amusement to lust filled every other minute Stiles would have punched them in the face. Or maybe tossed holy water on them.
Laundry Day | 1 699 Words
Stiles has strategically scheduled to work at the deli every Thursday to eternity, or, at least, until Hottie McTight Pants stops doing his laundry at Suds & Stuff, or changes to a different day. Until then, Stiles will linger behind the deli counter and watch him.
Or until his boss, Laura, blackmails him into crossing the street and having a conversation with the man.
Lavender Days | 55 233 Words
It was the first time that Stiles’ scent, which Derek eventually found to be lavender, was completely off. No more was it that crisp, clean, floral scent that Derek had come to know. It was dark now, intertwined with sadness, a scent that Derek didn’t think he liked on Stiles.
*Leaving You Behind | 50 688 Words
Stiles leaves town and Derek behind for a job in New York. He’s now engaged to someone and finally returns to Beacon Hills after six years to break the news to his Dad. But is it really over between him and Derek? Or is his first love also his last love?
Legacy | 28 560 Words
Stiles has always known his mom had a pretty serious medical condition. It was something she lived with for a long time before it finally got the better of her. So it isn’t a hard leap to make that it might have prevented her from carrying a child to term on her own. Stiles just didn’t expect to learn that her solution had involved Derek’s mother.
With the Alpha pack in town looking to cause problems, Stiles doesn’t have time to get caught up in old family secrets or his evolving relationship with Derek, but he’s not going to get much of a choice in the matter on either count.
Let Me Go, Let Me Know | 15 054 Words
After Peter’s death, Stiles knows that Scott won’t take any help from Derek. But Scott will take help from Stiles, and Stiles needs lessons in werewolf. But once he’s in too deep, he finds out the worst parts.
Let’s Go Home | 1 533 Words
Derek’s body begins to blur before Stiles’ eyes. It’s with a startled realization that he notices, the blurring, is due to the fact that he is crying. Not only crying but sobbing, wretched pain filled sounds escape from his mouth. Sounds that are more howls than sobs. He’s not surprised by this. He began to take on werewolf characteristics the second he bonded with his mate, Derek.
*Let’s Start a War (A Nuclear War) | 5 447 Words
The obligatory gay bar story. Stiles gets hit on and Derek goes berserk. Meanwhile, Scott is all-knowing and Danny is awesome.
Letting Go | 31 844 Words
Stiles was suddenly everywhere: in his space, in his life and his scent stirred things in Derek he hadn’t thought about in years. There was only one question on his mind: what was Stiles up to?
Let Us Stray ‘Til Break of Day | 55 507 Words
Derek decides the best way to get Scott to join his pack is to seduce Stiles first. Derek makes terrible decisions.
Life Could Be Simple | 1 048 Words
This fake relationship escalated quite quickly.
Life Long Thing | 1 066 Words
There are definitely some things Stiles never wants his dad to come home and see. His house taken over by lazy werewolves for one.
*Like a Melody (It Won’t Leave My Head) | 7 991 Words
Stiles doesn’t notice the constant buzzing in his head until it’s gone.
Like A Sickle Moon | 34 401 Words
Stiles is kidnapped by the Trans Am wolf, who wants Stiles for his own. After an unlikely rescue, Stiles is returned home, only to be left with the problem of how to not only reseal the pact between and Derek, but how to do it in much more complicated ways. This is a sequel to A Wolf and His Boy.
*Like Heaven Catching Lightning | 41 519 Words
“Tell me,” he says, taking a drink. “If your sister does accept me as her husband, would you be pleased for her fortune or yours?”
Derek sets down the pitcher and moves further into the room, removing his vest and setting it over a chair. “I don’t believe that’s a fair question. If she finds happiness in your kingdom, by your side, of course I’ll be pleased for her.”
“And relieved, I imagine.”
Derek turns, arms crossed over his chest. “Would you be?”
Like Hell and High Lightning | 27 785 Words
Of course Stiles saves the day when Derek gets struck by lightning - supernatural lightning, no less. It’s up to Stiles, the pack, and Deaton to figure out what new threat has descended on Beacon Hills.
Like We Both Don’t Need It | 4 311 Words
Derek has to leave Beacon Hills for an undetermined amount of time. Stiles refuses to believe this is goodbye sex.
*'Linski's Late Night Antidote To Lame | 13 865 Words
Where Stiles has his own college radio show, and the mysterious, faceless Derek is his number one fan.
Also there’s this really hot guy he keeps meeting in the library who totally hates his guts.
Little Red Riding Hood (you sure are looking good) | 10 216 Words
Stiles hangs out with werewolves. Stiles dresses up as Little Red Riding Hood for Halloween. It’s supposed to be ironic.
*Living With Lycanthropy | 44 095 Words
Wherein they both own bakeries, Stiles tries not to run his grandmother’s legacy into the ground, Laura wants to be a better alpha, and Derek can’t seem to get Stiles’ attention the regular way - so naturally, he accidentally initiates a prank war.
Location Is Everything | 8 081 Words
Stiles doesn’t really care where it happens, so long as it happens.
Lock All The Doors Behind You | 25 959 Words
He has no idea what you’re supposed to say when you find one of your…werewolf acquaintances, completely out of their mind, growling like they’re about to see what your insides taste like. There’s no handbook for this. Stiles is thinking that if he survives he might write one.
*Lord Knows It Would Be The First Time | 12 287 Words
Stiles is home from Berkeley for the summer, but only because he promised the pack. He’d rather not see Derek, because whatever the thing was that they were doing, they’re not doing it anymore, and it sucks.
Unfortunately, he doesn’t have a choice. The betas tried a magical remedy for Derek’s melancholy, and now Stiles has a three-year-old who looks like Derek. Stiles doesn’t know how to deal with that, and he definitely doesn’t know how to tell the betas he and Derek were secret fuck buddies for a year and a half.
Lonely Talents | 17 813 Words
Derek is a world class pianist who falls into deep depression when, after he lost all of his family in a fire years ago, the last thing that was important to him is taken from him when he breaks his hand. In comes Stiles Stilinski, new caretaker of Derek and his home. Stiles is the friend who won’t give up on him.
Losers | 34 235 Words
Where Derek is new to college, eager to spend his time learning, and Stiles is everything he didn’t want in a room mate. He’s loud, he’s into sports, and he keeps trying to make Derek do things.
Or, the one where Derek falls for a jock, Erica will cut you if you disturb her studying, and Jackson is a closeted romantic who pretends to hate everything.
Lovebitten | 10 367 Words
The one where Derek gets bitten by a lovebug and Stiles is the first person he lays eyes on. Hilarity ensues.
Love In a College Town | 21 307 Words
When Stiles gets to college, he thinks it’s going to be hell until he meets his roommate, Scott, and they become instant best friends. He meets a gorgeous Junior in the same day named Derek Hale and he thinks, maybe, college life won’t be so bad after all.
*Love, Like a Sentence of Death | 3 950 Words
"Derek would like to ignore it and never speak of it again, but that’s the exact opposite of how Stiles operates." Despite the title there is no death in this story and it does have a happy ending, I promise.
*Love So Hard, It Could Rip My Heart Out | 7 554 Words
Stiles is seventeen, and his best friend is drifting away, and his dad isn’t speaking to him, so he’s going to make some bad decisions. He’s seventeen and he needs bad decisions to look back on when he’s thirty, and nothing is a worse decision than Derek Hale. He’ll let the Big Bad Wolf in, let him press Stiles down into the couch and he’ll wrap his arms around him and he’ll know it’s a bad choice, but it’s his, and Derek is here when no one else is.
Maggie May | 24 997 Words
When Laura Hale died, she left behind a daughter, Maggie. Stiles (and his dad) have been caring for Maggie since the night Laura disappeared. Unbeknownst to Stiles, however, Maggie’s a werewolf, and she’s bonded with Stiles. Which means he feels extra protective when Peter Hale appears on the scene. (He may have also developed a little crush on Maggie’s uncle, the silent and brooding Derek Hale. Who said Stiles’ life was boring?)
Mask | 1886 Words
After the incident with the mountain ash, Stiles begins conjuring more things.
Meet Derek Hale. Derek is looking for love. Here is Derek’s online dating profile.
Hobbies: Brooding in solitude, glaring at anything that moves, growling like a wolf when I don’t get my way, and bemoaning the painful existence that is my life.
Or the one in which Laura Hale makes an online dating profile for Derek, and Stiles is a troll.
Mating Fever | 37 832 Words
Of course Scott forgets his textbook at Derek’s, and of course Stiles, being the greatest friend on earth, goes to get it despite Derek telling them to stay away for a week. Stiles cannot be blamed at all. He was just being an awesome friend.
So basically it’s all Scott’s fault.
Making Space | 1 377 Words
When everything settles down a bit, Scott decides they should invite Isaac to start hanging out with them. Isaac could use some friends, and not to brag, but he and Stiles are pretty much the best friends to have, ever. Pure, pure fluff, where everybody lives through the finale, nothing hurts, and Stiles and Scott and Isaac become best bros. (Also known as my fantasy world.)
Making the Lion Dangerous | 2 695 Words
It’s not like the whole “shaman” experience is new to him. After all, Stiles has been working on cultivating his spark into something useful since Deaton singled him out after the Alpha pack nearly killed them all, but still, he does a double-take.
"A familiar? Listen, I almost killed the class guinea pig when I was ten. I really don’t think you’ve thought this one through.”
Melting In Your Vice Dreams | 7 745 Words
Scott and Stiles accidentally discover Derek’s secret New York career in porn.
Might Not Make It Back | 23 347 Words
Witches. Fucking witches. Stiles was never going to get along with them. Never. Whatever spooky powers Deaton kept alleging he had, kept training him to recognise, witches and Stiles were never going to work in combination. They were oil and water, Scott and an AP class, Lydia and a thrift store. Witches and Stiles were just. No Stiles is mouthy and witches don’t like that, apparently. And, yes, okay, the fact that Stiles is now inhabiting Derek’s body because of a witch possibly has something to do with Stiles’ feelings.
Milkshakes and Matchsticks | 34 502 Words (series)
This is like the pre-credits sequence of every horror movie, he’s probably going to be eaten before the main character is even introduced.
Miner For Truth and Delusion | 20 978 Words
Stiles stumbles across what he thinks is a cult in the preserve and ends up cursed so that everyone wants to get with him. It makes it harder for him to get things back to normal, but luckily there’s one person who’s unaffected.
Mirror, Mirror | 5 013 Words
Kink meme fill: Established relationship. After someone flirts with Stiles, Derek needs to show him who he belongs to by fucking him in a room full of mirrors so he can see himself stretched open. Bonus points if Derek forces Stiles to watch as his hole is stretched to accommodate Derek’s knot
Misdiagnosis | 64 28 Words
The one where Dr. Derek diagnoses Isaac with a fake disease in an effort to see Stiles more often and ultimately tell him that he is Derek’s mate.
Monsters | 10 183 Words
Two (three) souls walking in the woods, looking for and finding monsters.
Moon Dogs | 19 948 Words
Derek spends the summer season playing for the Mankato Moon Dogs, hoping to catch the eye of a major league scout. He doesn’t count on someone catching his eye.
More Than A Spark | 3 640 Words
Don’t bring a wolf to a knife fight. Or over-excited teenagers that act without thinking for that matter.
Movie Dates With The Alpha | 19 491 Words
Stiles is off to college and gets homesick one Friday night, so he calls Derek. When Derek finds out Stiles is out of Flex spending money, Derek orders him a pizza. And then they watch a movie. For some reason, it becomes a weekly thing. It’s not weird.
Mucky Pup | 4 367 Words
Derek disapproves of Stiles’ baggy boxers so he takes him underwear shopping.
Muérdago | 17 674 Words
"Mistletoe was often considered a pest that kills trees and devalues natural habitats, but was recently recognized as an ecological keystone species, an organism that has a disproportionately pervasive influence over its community. In Norse myth, an arrow made of mistletoe was the only thing that was able to kill the god Balder. The goddess Frigg had asked all other things to vow not to hurt Balder, but she had ignored the mistletoe because it seemed too small to be dangerous."
Mugs Shots Don’t Belong In My Portfolio | 1 712 Words
Stiles gets a full-scholarship for a great college, but it’s four hours away. Derek doesn’t want him to go.
My Best Friend’s Brother Series | 58 305 Words
A story about Stiles’ crush on his best friend’s brother, and how maybe the brother falls for him too.
*My Heart Comes Tumbling Down | 5 689 Words
"This is a casual, adult relationship based on sex, and it is awesome." In which Stiles and Derek have a great time buddyfucking until a burrito ruins it all.
My Poor Roommate | 2 665 Words
His roommate never would have guessed looking at him, but Stiles seems to be into some pretty kinky stuff.
My Taco Sparkles | 36 891 Words
The first time he sees Stiles Stilinski, the kid’s on his hands and knees in Derek’s office.
Or the one where Derek has to battle corporate espionage, meddling family members, clothing turned choking hazards, and inappropriate feelings for his obscenely attractive new intern.
*Necessary and Sufficient | 6 029 Words
Is it even possible for penises to develop Stockholm syndrome?
Need a Hug? | 3 769 Words
Based off of 02x08. Stiles has had a rough night and needs a hug.
Negotiation Tactics | 6 069 Words
“I should probably care more that you’re prostituting me for the benefit of the pack,” Stiles says, dreamy-eyed, “but that would mean going against making out with hot people, and I don’t think I’m constitutionally capable of objecting to that.”
Derek just shrugs and goes for a run followed by a long, punishingly cold shower.
Never Cage A Rabid Wolf | 48 757 Words
Stiles is sent to prison, and guess who his cellmate is?
The judge’s gavel hit the desk, and Stiles wanted to laugh because he had seen that happen and heard the echoing sound in movies all the time but never dreamed that he would hear it like this, for this reason.
Never Pick Up Strays | 4 583 Words
Derek thought it was over after he sucked Stiles dry in the bathroom stall, but Stiles just won’t give up. AU, dominant!Derek, bathroom sex, car sex, frottage, jealousy…
Never Saw You Coming | 5 284 Words
In which: Scott is kind of an asshole, Stiles underestimates his bestie, and Derek is the secondhand victim of a truly unfortunate punking.
Next Week, He’ll Be Joining The PTA | 916 Words
“Isn’t that Derek Hale?”
Snorting, Stiles pats the Sheriff’s shoulder patronizingly.
“Yeah, dad, because Derek Hale’s going to be walking around my school during Parent-Teacher Night.”
No Aphrodisiac Like Loneliness | 19 705 Words
Stiles is 27 now, with a master’s degree and a career and a house and a serious boyfriend and a life in San Francisco that doesn’t include Derek. But then Stiles unexpectedly shows back up in Beacon Hills, and Derek would recognize that scent anywhere.
Nobody Does It Better | 2 019 Words
“Blue Wolf, come in, Blue Wolf. You should really thank me for suggesting the pink tie, as it’s clearly bringing all the ladies to the yard.”
Nobody Does Romance Like Derek Hale | 1 709 Words
Where Derek tries to ask an important question, Stiles keeps ruining the mood and Erica & Scott are out to ruin Derek’s whole life.
They’re in a damn rose garden and everything.
No Damsels In Distress Here | 1 172 Words
Then he notices that his shoes are gone. “What the fuck, man? Why would someone take my shoes? Is there no decency left in this world?” They were his favorite chucks, too, goddammit. Doesn’t he lose enough clothing to the wolfy menace on a weekly basis?
Or: the one where Stiles totally saves himself.
No Oceans Left | 14 207 Words
Stiles has always been a merman. He just never knew how to tell anyone. He hasn’t shifted since his mom died.
No One’s Gonna Love You More Than I Do | 5 984 Words
In which Stiles is a political rights activist who moves to London in hopes of gaining some ground, and Derek is an affluent English Alpha who just so happens to love babbling Omegas who challenge him every chance they get.
No Refills | 6 765 Words
Stiles spends almost every night at Winston Diner. They have the best coffee he’s ever tasted, and free wifi. Of course, the only waiter ever on staff after eleven, Derek, was a piece of work. But maybe, underneath that chilly personality, Derek was the kind of person who Stiles didn’t mind spending every night with, after all.
Not Actually A Love Story | 844 Words
When he was five years old there was no one on earth Stiles hated more than Derek Hale McCall.
Not Another Coffee Shop Story | 5 309 Words
Stiles is tired of the single (not to mention virgin) life he’s living and since Lydia likes to watch him screw up with just about everyone, he has to do things himself and use his charm on his target.
Not As Described | 81 046 Words
Stiles may have made a huge mistake.
In Which Sheriff Stilinski almost gives Stiles a heart attack
Nothing Less | 11 422 Words
Derek even does up Stiles’s seatbelt, which Stiles thinks he should comment on, because it’s not like he got hit with kanima juice or something. He’s fine. But then Derek’s already sliding behind the wheel, and Stiles keeps losing little pockets of time.
Noticed | 35 180 Words
Stiles left on a Tuesday. Nobody Noticed.
Not Like Bond & Moneypenny | 29 869 Words
Stiles thinks he’s finally getting a break when a job at the sleek, sophisticated, Alpha Magazine opens up - but soon realises he’s not going to be writing anything and instead is playing tutor-slash-babysitter to their new Editor-in-Chief. Derek’s spoiled, grumpy, in way over his head…and so painfully attractive it makes Stiles want to lick his face. So there’s very little choice in the matter.
Not Your Disney Romance | 42 065 Words
After a long-forgotten agreement of an arranged marriage between Derek and the daughter of another pack’s alpha resurfaces, Stiles takes it upon himself to become the most amazing fake fiancé that a clueless, desperate alpha werewolf could wish for.
Not Your Hero | 51 330 Words
Following Gerard’s takedown and Jackson’s resurrection, things settle down in Beacon Hills for the packs. With Stiles, Scott and Isaac left at home for the summer while most everyone else goes their separate ways for two months, Stiles signs up for an art class during the week and that’s where things get interesting…
*Now as Ever (All That Is and Has Been) | 52 270 Words
Stiles can’t remember what happened to rearrange the time-space continuum, or how he ended up being pulled into the past. All he knows is that he’s there now, in 2003 Beacon Hills, with a teenage werewolf and a possibly-crazy veterinarian as his only allies.
Nowhere Else But Here | 20 861 Words
Derek’s been fighting this for so long, he doesn’t know how to stop.
Nowhere Man | 76 383 Words
When Stiles leaves Beacon Hills, he does it without a backwards glance. For two years he is happy on the other side of the country- until someone targets not only him, but his daughter.
Unfortunately, the asshole bodyguard his dad hired to make sure he gets back home is none other than Derek Hale. And that’sreally not very good for either of them.
Numb | 1 287 Words
So there he was, after doing what should not have been humanly possible, about to finally be defeated by something as mundane as a flight of stairs.
Oh, Litte Red, You Should Be More Careful | 1 047 Words
Stiles really should research his metaphors more thoroughly. Just so the Pack doesn’t gang up on him again.
Oh What These Headlights Have Seen | 2 820 Words
Derek’s boss is spoiled, demanding, and far too attractive. Or, the one where Derek is a mechanic and Stiles owns lots of cars.
On Building an IKEA Den for an Alpha Werewolf | 13 892 Words
Senior Prom is coming up, and Stiles doesn’t have a date. Additionally, Derek has an unfurnished apartment, and no one to take him to IKEA.
Once Because I Want | 3 047 Words
Four times Stiles is accidentally found standing under the mistletoe with someone, and one time that he’s there on purpose.
(Once In A) Blue Moon | 60 050 Words
Stiles and Derek are getting along, but they’re not a family, and they’re sure as hell not mates. Christ, they’re basically just two stupid guys who happened to get pregnant because of a full moon and sheer dumb luck.
One For the Humans | 37 892 Words
When most of your social circle is made up of werewolves, you start to feel invincible. Then Chris Argent spills everything to Stiles’ father, and all at once he finds out just how human he really is.
One Last Thing | 5 512 Words
Derek has been on edge for almost two weeks and Stiles doesn’t really know why, but he figures it might have something to do with their son’s first shift.
Only If For A Night | 2 570 Words
“Here,” Derek pulled Stiles’ red hood over his head and leaned down far too close to his personal space, “Pretend like we’re just making out. Maybe he’ll let us off with a warning.”
On The Job Training | 21 177 Words
Stiles finally gets the practical experience he’s been looking for. It’s safe to say it doesn’t happen even remotely the way he was expecting. AKA, pretend boyfriends! With a twist!
On The Red Carpet | 6 986 Words
He can do this. He can smile and be happy for the camera. He can act normal and carefree and excited to be there… with Stiles… who is just his friend. He is Derek Hale, an action star’s reluctant sidekick, and if he can do that and get paid, he sure as hell can act like he’s not in love with his friend.
One’s Other | 19 910 Words
Stiles knows very well where he’s supposed to end up. He just doesn’t know how he is going to get there. He can’t even figure out how to bring it up, how to tell anyone. For his part, Derek seems more than okay with pretending what is between them doesn’t exist.
This isn’t a love story, this is a life story. This is a friendship story. This is a finding your feet and learning to walk story. Told in an ever so slightly different world.
Open the Door | 24 871 Words
Derek gives Stiles his jacket.
Our Memories Are Numbered | 23 105 Words
Stiles’ Jeep grinds to a halt, he sees someone running through the rain, he’s not expecting it to be Derek. He’s not expecting a Derek without any memories either, or an Alpha pack that’s coming for all of them. He probably should’ve, because lately nothing goes the way he expects.
Outlaw For My Love | 39 599 Words
The sheriff suspects something going on between Stiles and Derek. Stiles is pretty adamant that that’s ridiculous (little does he know that Derek might actually be interested). Meanwhile, there’s a new monster in B-Hills, an old friend of the Stilinski family is back in town, and Derek is becoming a responsible adult. No, really.
Pack’Verse | 27 012 Words
Stiles does some research on pack dynamics.
Pack Up, Don’t Stray | 55 220 Words
AU – Werewolves are an enslaved underclass, collared and tagged by human masters. Detective Stilinksi’s on duty the night they bring in an untagged stray.
Panic | Words
In which Derek comes to Stiles’ aid after a rather horrible nightmare
Paper Airplanes | 23 581 Words
The road to unfortunate, accidental, and possibly career-destroying relationships is littered with good intentions, snark, bad timing, and not a few paper airplanes.
*Parallax | 10 549 Words
Parallax: noun. The effect whereby the position or direction of an object appears to differ when viewed from different positions, e.g., through the viewfinder and the lens of a camera.
With the pack (and Stiles) starting college, Derek is bored. He needs a hobby—or a job. Which is how he comes to model for Alpha Studios.
He just never thought Stiles would end up working there too.
Part Of My Melody | 21 772 Words
Derek is a professional classical musician who has found himself lost without a muse, without goal and without even a hint of spark. He’s almost settled nearly contently (if not slightly unwillingly) on having to live his life as a recluse, when his sister finally grows tired of his antics, giving him a Christmas ultimatum.
*Past The Breakers | 40 729 Words
Stiles and Scott get summer jobs at the exclusive Seawolf Beach Resort, and the last thing Stiles expects is to start taking surf lessons from the hot lifeguard.
Patterns of Intention | 17 085 Words
Derek looked like the stuff of his deepest fantasies. His shirt was rumpled where Stiles had his hands in it, and he was breathing hard as well, chest heaving. His eyes—his eyes were glazed over and he looked stunned, like he’d been—like Stiles had—
“No,” Stiles said, blood draining from his face. The word was croaky and felt like it had to be wrenched out of his chest. “God, no.”
Physician, Heal Thyself | 10 029 Words
AU. Stiles goes to medical school to get out of Beacon Hills because he doesn’t want to stay there forever. Five years later, he gets sucked back in due to his dad’s poor health and he takes up an ER residency at Beacon General Hospital. Stiles left a lot of loose ends behind in Beacon Hills, but there’s a winged monster on the loose that’s clawing people to shreds that’s ready to finally take vengeance on Derek Hale for his sins of the past. Plus or minus the fact that Derek might be keeping a secret about Stiles’s mate status and you’ve got this fic in a nutshell. Potential warning for semi-disturbing medical images like vomiting and bloody claw marks. Enjoy!
Play It Again | 63 206 Words
In which Stiles goes along with one of Derek’s plans and ends up in an alternate universe as a result. He should’ve known better. Hedid know better, actually, and that means he has no one to blame but himself.
“Laura wants to lure the kid in with food and kindness and make a pet of him, like a feral cat. Derek wants to have him arrested for stalking. They’re at an impasse. (And the rest of the family is staying emphatically out of it in a way that suggests bets have been placed.)”
Please Don’t Look At Me With Those Eyes | 1 257 Words
Now that Derek is actually aware they’re on a date, they can make some progress.
Please Remember to Fasten Your Seat Belts | 2 275 Words
Derek loathes airplanes – he has a twelve-hour flight from California to London and now he’s sitting with this guy.
Politics of a Scandal | 17 097 Words
The one where Stiles is the hottest new media consultant in the business and Laura Hale desperately needs his services. She’s about to launch a campaign for Governor of California and her brother, Derek, is a media nightmare waiting to happen.
Positive Attributes | 986 Words
His whole life has become nothing but fucking werewolves. He’s been contaminated.
Possibly I Like the Thrill of Under Me You | 12 287 Words
It’s not that the idea of Stiles talking about him doesn’t make his stomach wrap itself in knots, it’s that it does just that. It makes him unbelievably uncomfortable and he doesn’t quite know why. He’s twenty seven years old, he pays taxes, he takes his mother out for lunch on Sundays; he is a grown up. But he’s getting weird butterflies when he glances over his shoulder to look at Stiles and a heat in his chest that feels something like what he supposes want must feel like.
Practical Magic for Beginners | 2 994 Words
Dr. Deaton does not make it sound dirty; that comes from Stiles and Derek.
Practice Makes Perfect | 21 057 Words
In his sophomore year, Stiles gets dragged to lacrosse tryouts by Scott and ends up practising alongside the senior captain, Derek Hale. Stiles just wants to live long enough to become a junior.
*Predator and Prey | 38 348 Words
"Why did you save me?" Anger, confusion, disbelief.
Stiles sighed, fingers twitching against his knee.
"You looked like you needed the help, I was passing through the area, heard the kerfuffle, and decided that I could spare the time from my busy schedule to lend a hand, so I dived down and pulled you out, and let me tell you man, you weigh a ton."
"You saved my life. Those aren’t the rules of this game."
Stiles’ face darkened, his eyes intense, voice low.
"I don’t like the rules of this game."
Getting chosen for the Games was unavoidable, dying was probable, but Stiles wasn’t going to let anyone tell him how to play the game. Whoever thought putting him in the arena was a smart idea was about to learn just how wrong they were.
The hunt is on.
Prince Among Wolves | 101 000 Words
—Looking for full day/evening sitter. 2 twin boys age 4. Must have exp. w/werewolves. Must be human. No pedophiles. No teenage girls. Pay negotiable. —
Professional Misconduct | 7 936 Words
Stiles gets a massage. And then some.
Alternatively: in which Stiles’ mouth gets him into trouble, again and again.
Promises Aren’t Meant to Be Broken | 12 463 Words
“Thanks for saving me,” Stiles blurts out, staring up at Laura, wide eyed.
Laura grins. “I like you,” she says, “we’ll be friends.”
Pushing the Right Button | 5 862 Words
The 5 times someone from the pack accidentally makes Stiles come in his pants and the one time it’s deliberate.