|A list of all long angsty Mavin? (with a happy ending if possible) :) <3|
Summary: Fate has brought best friends Michael Jones and Gavin Free together not once, but twice. But one mistake has Gavin living the lasting consequences, living with the guilt, and hoping that he can make things right.
Summary: Michael had become accustomed to hearing his British boyfriend bouncing around the flat all hours of the day, watching TV, yelling at a game, injuring himself in some way. However, when said boyfriend has been dead for two years… That’s something else entirely.
The Boy Behind The Fence by hashtagmavinPart 01 02 03 04 05 06 07
Summary: Michael’s family has just moved to a new home, and he quickly becomes friends with his next door neighbor through the fence in their backyard. But as he talks more and more to the young boy, he realizes that something isn’t right, and Michael’s determined to find out what it is.
Summary: Michael and Gavin have met through every different time period. Victorian time present. Their love had ended tragic every time, and they’re both afraid to lose each other. Will they end happy this time?
Summary: The guys at Roosterteeth are all, in some way, trapped in the underworld working for Geoff Ramsey’s hugely influential gang. Some are mercenaries, while some are drug dealers- and one is a double agent for the police. Michael is an illegal boxer while Gavin dabbles in a bit of everything, and both have gradually lost sight of a life beyond the world of crime. However, when romance comes into the equation and Gavin is injured in a sale gone wrong, Michael realises the exact level of care he has developed for him. So, Michael has to convince his lover to escape the gang, somehow persuade Geoff to let them go, and not get themselves killed by a rival gang or arrested by the police in the meantime. The job was never an easy one- but it’s about to get infinitely more complicated.
- AU (School, Historical, Modern)
- Established Relationship
- 5,001 - 10,000
“And in real life endings aren’t always neat, whether they’re happy endings, or whether they’re sad endings.” (Stephen King). - Tea