Bruce BannerxReader - Bath TubBruce BannerxReader - Bath Tub by Princess-Rosaline
You turn the knob on the bathtub, filling the tub with warm water. You pour some purple liquid in with the water, causing bubbles to form. Once the bubble bath soap is put away and the water is turned off you disrobe and step into the tub. You open up your book and start reading while you sip your champagne.
“Hey (Y/N)?!” Your boyfriend, Bruce Banner, yells before walking unknowingly into the bathroom.
“Yes?” You reply without averting your eyes from the book.
“What are you doing?”
“Taking a bath. Reading.” You reply as you sip your champagne, again. He just stares at you as he walks closer to the tub. He sits down next to the tub and pulls up the sleeves of his purple shirt, your favorite. He reaches into the tub and starts rubbing your leg gently.
“Where’d you get the champagne?” He asks after five minutes pass in silence.
“Stole it from Tony.”
“So Pepper gave it to you. What did Tony do to you now?
Avengers: The Series - #6 Entangled [Part 1]Avengers: The Series - #6 Entangled [Part 1] by StargazingMoMo
The tall black man was staring at the elevator automatic doors in front of him, with his only working eye, a serious expression drawn on his face.
It wasn't a certainly a social visit that one at the Avengers Tower.
As if there were ever been.
Nicholas J. Fury didn't really had any time to spend in leasure activities, because of the kind of life he chose in general and even more since he became director of S.H.I.E.L.D., intelligence agency implemeted at defending world balances against peculiar situation, supervise the activities of, as well, peculiar subjects and what was revolving around them.
Was indeed there that day to talk with these subjects.
He waited 'till the automatic doors opened up after the usual bell ring and, so, Fury stepped into the open-floor plan, at the top of the skyscraper.
- Your security guard, Happy Hogan if i don't go wrong, said you were all up there.
The man exclaimed taken everyone by surprise, except for the Black Widow:
- Director Fury, something told me
Here for you (Chris Evans x Reader) Part 1Here for you (Chris Evans x Reader) Part 1 by savrom
Music blasted through the speakers in your apartment in Boston. You were dancing and singing as you cleaned the floor, sometimes using the tube of the vacuum as a microphone, making sure your hair didn’t get sucked in. You weren’t particularly keen on cleaning, but with some good music and a glass of wine you got yourself through it. Whether your neighbours were very happy about it…
You were so busy cleaning you didn’t even hear your doorbell. You loudly sang along with one of your favourite songs and danced through your living room, not noticing your apartment door being opened and the man that stepped inside.
‘What in the world are you doing?’ it sounded from behind you.
A scream welled from your throat and you quickly turned around, slamming the tube of the vacuum against whomever had entered your apartment without permission.
If tomorrow never comes (Steve x Reader) Part 5If tomorrow never comes (Steve x Reader) Part 5 by savrom
2014, New York – A few months after the fall of S.H.I.E.L.D. and inside the remains of Stark Tower
Once Tony had left the room all eyes turned to Steve. He couldn’t quite tell whether the rest believed Tony’s story – partly because he didn’t know if he should believe it either – but they seemed pretty calm and none of them reached for their guns again.
It was a good sign; a sign of trust.
‘We’ll need to prepare,’ you said after a loud sigh. ‘If we want to make one final stand, we need to do it now.’ With that said, you walked past Steve – without even looking at him – and out of the room, leaving him alone with the people he called friends, but all seemed different. They had seen things – done things – Steve couldn’t even imagine.
Already gone (Steve x Reader) 2/3Already gone (Steve x Reader) 2/3 by savrom
New York, 2016 - During Civil War
Several weeks later
The soft beeps of the elevator echoed through your head as you impatiently waited for it to take you to the top floor. Men with guns were stationed beside the doors and you tried to ignore their serious gazes. You were Tony’s sister and this was your home as well, but you were sure they would shoot you down without any hesitation if they had to.
You took in a deep breath as the door slowly slid open, giving the men by the doors a small nod before entering the room before you. Tony was standing behind his “command centre”, where large images of New York popped on to the transparent screen in front of him each time cameras picked up something about Steve. A group of people from several government organisations were gathered around him and nodded satisf