Title: Sleepless Cell
Summary: Mystique knows...has always known; life doesn't work like a cinematic drama. Even after the beach...after the wheelchair, Charles sometimes comes to visit. Business, crisis, mutantkind require it.
She tries not to think too much about how much they both want it. Him and he.
She tries not to hate as fiercely as she does, when the ghost of her past waltzes without legs into her new confidence, and calls yet again to the man who can move metal.
Warnings: Angst, Erik/Mystique, Erik/Charles, genderfuckery, spite.
Word Count (this chapter): 2400
Warnings: Language, non-explicit sex, casual sex. Erik Lensherr on a (pommel) horse.
Genre: Rom-com (all the sex is based on Wimbledon)
Summary: Charles Xavier inadvertently rents out his London studio to a member of the German Gymnastics Team. He's also sort of renting himself out as well, but he swears the only thing he's getting out of it is rent (and utilities, oh and a sex-on-a-stick f**k buddy).
A.N. The Olympics, man, I can't stop thinking about it (mainly how shit the traffic is going to be trying to get into work)! Mods, please may I have an Author Tag?
Disclaimer: I don't own diddly squat, especially any of Marvel's characters or Lisa Snowdon or Dave Berry, lovely as they are. I also know nothing about gymnastics.
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Fandom: X-M:First Class
Genre: AU, Angst, H/C
Warning(s): Slash, mentions of a disability. I think that's it.
Word Count: 6215
Spoilers: None whatsoever.
Summary: They say lightning never strikes the same spot twice, but for Erik it does.
Notes: Thank you to Natalie blueskypenguin for being a super fast and awesome beta. I'd also like to thank midorihaven for always putting up with my whining and complaints throughout the writing process. Also, I'm sorry if I don't know enough about this disability to write about it; I tried my best.
Independence is all he has, so that's what he'll use.
Comments are ♥
Rating: (hard) PG-13
Word Count: 7,900/32,000
Characters: Erik Lehnsherr/Charles Xavier, Raven Xavier, Sebastian Shaw, Emma Frost, Hank McCoy, Alex Summers, Sean Cassidy
Disclaimer: I do not own these characters
Erik is five when he first sees Charles.
It’s days later when he realizes he’s the only one who can see Charles.
The kids at school tease him for being a baby, and his foster parents think he’s crazy. But Erik doesn’t care if Charles is imaginary—he’s his only friend.
But as they get older, everything changes.