Kings Stucky AU part 1
James Buchanan Barnes, known as Bucky by family and close friends, is crown prince of America (???). While behind enemy lines the 107th is ambushed and taken hostage. The only soldier who seems willing to go that far behind enemy lines to save the captured soldiers is, fresh to the front line, Captain Steven Rogers. Being that Steve was the only person willing to go that far to not only save the Prince, but also all of the other captured soldiers, he becomes an American hero and is invited to the capital for a personal meeting with the king and a banquet/ball in his honour.
While there Steve and the prince start to become very close. Steve can see so much rage, and fear pent up inside of Bucky, and all he really wants to do is help him. Bucky on the other hand feels as though he owes Captain Rogers his life, and anything that goes with that, but there is also a layer of jealous there. Bucky was always the best soldier and now all eyes are on Steve.
After cornering Steve at the ball and demanding to know what it is that he really wants, Bucky and Steve end up in one of the service closets, getting a lot closers than either of them had ever really planned. But Steve is shocked when, after it’s all over, Bucky pushes him off and tells him (against his own real desires) it can never happen again.
Bucky doesn’t like the star on his arm, what it represents, so Steve paints over it to make it look just like his shield.
Bucky likes it much better after that.
Thank you :3 you’re so sweet!
aw omg that’s great! Thank you so much first of all, I really appreciatee your kind words :3 second of all, that’s so great to hear about your writing! ;sdfj;lskdjf i’m so honored I could inspire you to write as well :3 I’m sure it’ll go amazingly.
It’s getting damn near past time for you to get with that program, Cap.
Don’t hold your breath.
"I watched a lot of documentaries on post-traumatic stress and a lot of army documentaries about the training programs and some of the extreme sort of circumstances that some of those guys that are training to be Navy SEALs and some who are a part of it go through. I was trying to understand what it is, what it means for someone to be desensitized, to no longer question hurting something. I did as much research on all that stuff as I could in order to kind of know what that was like. And then my stepdad actually has Alzheimer’s, so there were parts about watching and studying that kind of disease, also, observing people like that that kind of helped me a little bit.”—SEBASTIAN STAN