I probably don’t own anything you recognise, I probably do own everything you don’t recognise and I’m not making any money from this.
‘Buffy: the Vampire Slayer’ belongs to Joss Whedon and others. ‘Harry Potter’ belongs to J.K. Rowling and others.Fandom:
Buffy: the Vampire Slayer/Harry Potter.Pairing:
Part of the “Extras for Love Is ...” series.Rating:
Not really, no. Only for my “Love Is ...” series.Summary:
The chemistry between them was obvious to both.Story: Obvious
Hearing the door open and close with only the faintest of creaks and squeaks, Wesley turned away from his paperwork and twirled his desk chair around to look over at his boyfriend.
He immediately noticed the tiny water droplets running in fine lines down Percy’s chest before disappearing in the thick, white bath towel wrapped around his firm waist. His eyes lingered on Percy’s peaked nipples, his firm pecs and the soft-looking trail of hair leading downwards.
Wesley licked his lips as a few ideas concerning that lightly-muscled body and the desk he was currently sitting at came to mind. Out were all thoughts of tight budgets; in came some x-rated images.
Percy’s breath caught in the back of his throat when Wesley looked at him. A lust-brightened gaze captured his and didn’t leave room for thought; the unconcealed want rooted him to the spot for a few seconds.
Like a puppet on a string, Percy walked up to Wesley and stopped right in front of him. He grinned as Wesley’s greedy hands reached for him, grabbing his hips and pulling him ever closer straight away.
Wesley grinned back at Percy as he lightly trailed one work-roughened hand upwards until it reached his neck, fingers tangling in the wet strands. A light pressure forced Percy’s head down until he could capture his lips in a heated kiss.End of “Obvious”.A/N:
This is the result of lothlorien
’s shameless begging for more Percy/Wesley goodness and cryefourme
’s damn shower plot bunnies.
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