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Iron Man X Reader: Amore, Amore (part 1)Iron Man X Reader: Amore, Amore (part 1)Iron Man X Reader: Amore, Amore (part 1) by Neopteri
'Aw come on Cap!' you whined, following Steve around the room. 'She's cute and single! Just go for it!'
'[f/n], can you leave me alone now?' Steve asked, getting annoyed. 'My private life is none of your business.'
'But -' you tried, but Steve had already left the room, leaving you alone with Tony.
'You're gonna have to try harder than that,' the latter said, not looking up from his work.
'I know,' you groaned, flopping down on the couch.
'Who are you trying to set him up with?'
'With that new agent. She keeps to herself, but she apparently enjoys Cap's company. I saw them chatting and laughing earlier,' you answered. 'But I think they're both too shy to say something.'
'Why do you even bother?' Tony asked, turning around from his desk to face you.
You shrugged. 'For the hell of it. I got bored.'
He chuckled. 'Hey, if you want me to entertain you, just say a word and we can arrange a little something... I know a really nice rest
Safe and Sound (Steve x Reader) One-shotSafe and Sound (Steve x Reader) One-shot by savrom
You were laying on the couch in your living room watching a movie. Your head lay in Steve’s lap and while he was intensively watching the movie, you were throwing popcorn in the air and catching it with your mouth.
You had met each other during the attack on New York. You owned a little pastry shop in the middle of New York and it was the busiest time a day when a grenade went off just outside your shop. You were slammed into the counter hard and had broken several ribs. But even that couldn’t stop you from bringing everyone in your shop to safety before collapsing on the floor.
When aliens stepped into the remains of your shop you didn’t have the strength to stand on your feet. You had accepted you would die right there and then, but with a smile on your face thinking you had saved all those people from the same fate. You had closed your eyes and waited for them to take the shot. After several seconds and hearing some stumbling you dared open your eyes again. All the