This has been a long time coming, sorry for the delay! Skinny!Steve AU’s, one-shots, muli-chap, de-serumed, starts pre-serum ends post-serum and anything in between :D
Body Studies: Bucky wants Steve to draw him. Bucky’s bored enough to model, and that’s — that’s —
“That’s — a fun idea,” Steve supplies, fingers tight around his pencil. “I mean, we could try that if you wanted to.” Is his palmsweating on the pencil? “It’d be pretty boring for you, though, I guess.”
One Day We Won’t Have to Be Scared: Steve and Bucky are at a gay bar in the 30s, and some guy offers them money to take pictures of them as they fuck. They need the money, they say yes, and pretty much forget about it afterwards. The pictures come out years later.
Parts Per Million: Everybody—including Steve himself—had been surprised when he’d turned out to be an alpha. The other boys had pegged him for an omega, and a bad one at that; one of the many jokes at his expense was that Barnes only liked him because Steve was even lower on the food chain than an omega with delusions of beta-status. Steve can still remember the feral grin Bucky’d given him after they’d heard that one for the first time, blood on his teeth from his split lip, and the way his voice had cracked when he’d said “I like you for a lot more’n that, Rogers.”
Yes, Captain: Starts pre-Serum, in which Bucky takes seriously terrible care of himself because he’s trying to stifle the feelings he keeps having for Steve. Steve gets so pissed that he flat out orders Bucky into eating and sleeping and they both quickly realize Bucky loves being ordered around, but their new-forged domestic bliss is quickly damaged by the encroaching war.
The Clothes Make The Man: Steve is wearing Bucky’s shirt.
At Ease: Steve frequently sends out care packages for the troops, and when he learns about the penpal program, he’s quick to fill out an application. He’s assigned Sargent James Buchanan Barnes. Everything grows from then.
Jumping Off Bridges: He wishes desperately that he could pretend he doesn’t know, but he does. Knows now that maybe it was always gonna end up here.
Can We Pretend To Leave? And Then We’ll Meet Again: The thing is Bucky hadn’t the slightest clue when it first began.
Maybe it was when he was old enough to understand what the meaning of the word desire was. Maybe it was when he saw that crooked smile for the first time and really noticed the brightness that was barely contained behind blue eyes. Maybe it was when they had to start sharing a bed together in the winter because their too small apartment got far too drafty.
Or in which Bucky writes Steve notes and Steve finds them years later.
Third Party: "Your friend seems to have gotten a little less shy."
"Stevie?" Bucky waved his hand dismissively. "Ain’t shy. Just can’t talk to women."
"Wonder why," she said, and there was irony there. Like she knew. Steve looked up and met her eyes, and went cold. Yeah. She knew. (Threesome with original female character)
Here is the Root of the Root and the Bud of the Bud: Steve is pretty sure he hasn’t been out of Bucky’s sight for longer than ten minutes in days; it’s getting ridiculous.
Black Your Boots: Being best friends with Steve’s given him the long years of practice at talking bigger than he is that keeps Bucky’s voice from wavering on, “Steve, what’re you doing?”
That affords him a look, exactly one, which is what clues him in that Steve hasn’t met his eyes up til now.
“Earning my keep.”
I’m a Fool With a Curse and a Crush: "He is, of course, slightly confused as to why Steve has been so willing to hang out with him, considering Steve wears khaki pants and tucks his shirt into his belt, but figures if Steve is weird for hanging out with a kid who wears smudged eyeliner and metal studded leather around his wrists, then Bucky is also weird for voluntarily spending time with a skinny as fuck asthmatic who shines his shoes and combs his hair into place every morning."
The Lucky Ones: "Is it permanent?" When it happens, he’s not surprised.
Warmth in Winter: Steve always put up the token protest, but they ended up this way as often as not in the winter, sharing covers and space and heat and not freezing to death. If anyone were to walk in, it would seem reasonable, even.
It was the best.
Love Me Tender: Steve Rogers doesn’t think he can go into Heat, but when that first spark lights up inside of him, there is only one Alpha that he can turn to.
Like Setting off Fire Crackers at Midnight: Everyone who knows the Captain America story thinks they know the Bucky Barnes story. In the 21st century, Steve is still keeping Bucky’s secrets.
Hold Me and Tell Me We’ll Burn Like Stars: Bucky wants to give Steve a present before he ships out for England in the morning. Something to remember him by.
December, 1991: The Winter Soldier loves his country above all else.
Except when he dreams.
April, 1939: Bucky knows what Steve wants when he comes in like that, hair wet, robe slipping off his shoulder.
Remember What It Was Like: Post-Avengers, Steve gets changed back to his pre-Captain America size and strength. He and the team have to deal with that, plus the matter of Bucky slowly regaining his memories and deciding who and what he wants to fight for. Eventual Steve/Bucky.
Fate: Bucky finds a drawing and it turns out to mean something more than he thought.
Let Me Give You My Life: Bucky goes out in the evenings and comes home drunk and in love, cuddles up against Steve and one thing leads to another. (WIP, Series)
Most of All: Five times Bucky dances with Steve.
Eight-Pager: Steve gets a job drawing dirty comics. Bucky thinks he needs help coming up with sketches. Not that Bucky minds posing in ladies’ underthings.
Ain’t Nothing Punk About That: Bucky tries not to get involved with high school drama shit. Steve Rogers is just another kid who gets beaten up in corridors.
Until he’s not.
I And Love And You:To love him is to know how to breathe without suffocating under water. To lose him is to know how to live after death has torn your soul to pieces. To find him is to know with startling clarity that fate will cradle you both in its arms and carry you through decades of lost time until there is nothing left but the feeling of his lips on yours. (Series)
I’m With You on the End of the Line: Bucky tries to call his friend and ends up calling a guy named Steve by mistake.
Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen: Bucky Barnes and the Great Sexuality Crisis of 1938.
Collected Letters (1930-1943): The collected private correspondence—unedited, uncensored—of Steven Rogers, later known as Captain America, and his longtime companion, James B. Barnes, spanning the years from childhood to World War II.
You Stand Alone to Every Record I Own: Bucky Barnes is eighteen, a senior in highschool, and totally in love with his best friend. It’s okay. He’ll either get over it or sleep with every hipster twink in college who’s in a band. At least, that’s what Natasha says.
Decoys: The serum makes Steve stronger, but not bigger. Instead of a superhero, he becomes a spy.
Story of Us: “And I’d choose you; in a hundred lifetimes, in a hundred worlds, in any version of reality, I’d find you and I’d choose you.”
In a world where people can’t see color until they meet their Match, Bucky meets Steve when they’re both too young to understand what it means to even have a soulmate.
Gravity: Bucky Barnes was just walking along the park and minding his own damn business when a bundle of blonde hair and skinny elbows slammed into him from above.
In which Steve is being all noble and rescuing shit from trees of questionable stability and Bucky is the unsuspecting schmuck who happens to be passing under him.
There’s a pick-up line for this. Right?
Keep You Close: “Any particular reason you’re wearing my clothes?” Bucky asked, trying for casual but knowing Steve could always see right through his easy smirks and wide eyes.
“Forgot to do wash the other day. Figured you wouldn’t mind,” His brow furrowed down the middle and he shifted under Bucky’s hand as if to stand. “I can change if you want.”
“No.” Bucky said quickly. He pushed Steve back into the couch with a hand on his shoulder. “No, you figured right. I don’t mind. Not one bit.”
Cheap Night: Steve thinks his night might be better off spent getting decked behind the diner again.
TOO BE CONTINUED IN PART TWO