This story isn't of the really gory, disgusting variety. We were either born this way, or we were born human, and we stay whatever way we're born. Basically, the world went through a sickness and those that died turned in to zombies. He can get Scott to do things, but that's because Scott trusts him and usually lets Stiles manipulate him. I don't know what I was waiting for, but I seriously waited way too long to read this one.
He looks kind of young, in the dim light. And as much as I like just plain 'ole Sterek, there is something about the two of them against the world that really just does it for me. Did he have a bleeding or hypoxia to the vision centers in his occipital lobe? They're both sick of the music on Stiles's iPod, smelling bad, and sleeping in the truck. This is only the start of their problems. I liked the fight scene in Walmart.
Better than Lydia's method of complete and total humiliation by pretending Stiles doesn't exist. Original Review- December 25, 2015 I'll preface this by saying I am new to the whole Sterek fanfiction. The sun gets in his eyes, bright gold and sharp, and despite the ridiculousness of it all, Stiles gives himself a few minutes to feel pleased that maybe somebody likes him. Which is interesting, Stiles thinks. He watches with half-lidded eyes as Derek puts a knee on the end of his bed and begins to crawl to him.
He wanders over to Stiles' desk and flicks restlessly through some of the papers there. Is it a werewolf thing? All things considered it's an okay party. Derek is calm, and Stiles relaxes. Oh, god, does he want to bite me? It read like original fiction. Now that he knows this feeling, and knows that it's only going to get bigger, and more, and better.
I really loved this story. The Hale house looms silently over the landscape when they arrive. There was no Kate, no tragic dating history, and no mention of the fire. There were also some cringeworthy moments of bi-erasure. Not just smut, it's more like a written soap opera.
He goes to Stanford for music but is taking a year off for a special project through the University. Stiles is quiet for a second, and actually thinks very hard on what he's about to say, before he gets over it and adjusts to the idea that there's no other way around it. Everything about Derek discourages conversation, from his posture to the set of his mouth in a severe frown, to the feeling crawling up Stiles' spine that makes him keep quiet. He's still damaged but that damage comes from another source of the writer's original creation , not the death of his family. After his name was cleared. And it really is, but I find myself going back to it time and again and still enjoying it. The story and the most gorgeous artwork ever was all just a thing of beauty.
In which Sherlock and John have a baby, and learn what really matters. I don't know what I was waiting for, but I seriously waited way too long to read this one. It's just his luck that he finds his mate and then a banshee predicts his death. Loved the slow burn in this. Years later, an angry, war-battered Derek Hale shows up at Stiles's door.
Stiles is talkative and Derek isn't but that works between them. I really enjoyed this story. We have adorable Stiles, who is also trying to get back to Beacon Hills. There's some drama between them as they try to work out their relationship. It was a little repetitive at times and somewhat dragged out but it was a lovely story and I really enjoyed watching them find each other. The kids are coming now. It's sweet, and build slowly, and, okay, yes, fine, it ends exactly how you know it will.