Through Different Eyes:Chapter 62 years later.Through Different Eyes:Chapter 6 by jessica499499
Rook sighed contently as he finished putting the last of his and Ben's bonding photos alongside their wedding photos.
The contrast between the two events was evident, but the smiling faces were the same.
Whether it was dressed in a tux or the formal mating garbs of his people Ben's familiar features and toxic green eyes made him stand out among the various aliens in attendance.
Rook traced the image of his new husband bearing his neck in offering at their mating ceremony and smiled tenderly.
He never imagined he'd get to call Earth's greatest hero his mate and even now that it was true, he could barely believe it.
"What are you smiling about?" Ben asked as he entered the room.
Rook placed the photo album on the coffee table and smiled as his husband came and straddled his lap. The brunette was still wearing the formal mating outfit of his people, a light emerald green robe not unlike an ancient Earth toga.
It highlighted Ben's eyes and showed off an enticing amount of pa
Once Upon a Time A Newtmas fairy tale AU
Once upon a time, in a country not that far away, lived a beautiful young prince called Newt. He had long, blonde hair and mesmerising dark brown eyes. Many a young woman (and quite a few men) had literally fainted in his company.
All was well in the kingdom and the young prince grew up to be a very happy young man. He was adored by his parents and his future subjects. It seemed as if nothing could ruin their happiness.
Until one day, tragedy struck. On the way to visit a neighbouring kingdom, the young man was snatched by a horrifying creature. Many members of his party were left dead in its wake as they tried to rescue the prince. Desperate to get help, the prince's closest friend, Lord Minho, rode back to the castle as fast as he could, shouting that the prince had been taken by a horrible creature.
The king immediately gathered his most trusted men and rode out to save the prince, but when they arrived, there were no-one left alive and no trace of t