Don’t get close to me or you’ll burn


Jalila. Italian. 25. Fangirl extraordinaire.

I am an intelligent, eloquent, well-mannered young woman who just so happens to say “fuck” a lot.

darcy/steve mistaken identity au

In the criminal world, she is known only as La Comtesse—an art thief and sometimes-spy who sells the information she hears in the course of her work to the highest bidder. She is beautiful, impossibly elegant, and she has information that SHIELD wants. Steve is sent to bring her in, and he finds her just in time to foil a kidnapping attempt. There’s only one problem…

After a series of disastrous job interviews, Darcy doesn’t see the harm in delving into her cousin/roommate’s closet to play Successful Adult for one day. So she borrows her cousin’s nicest outfit, heads to the fanciest part of town and just…pretends. She never expects for a couple of goons to try to nab her off the street, or for Captain America to save her—and then keep her.

Steve’s at a loss. The woman with him is a dead ringer for La Comtesse, but anyone who spends five minutes in Darcy Lewis’ presence knows that she’s not the art thief. But as long as other people think she’s La Comtesse, she’s in danger. 

He doesn’t expect her to be anything but someone to protect, but appearances can be deceiving. And attraction can flare up at the most inconvenient times. He’s got to keep her safe and find La Comtesse before it’s too late—for both women.

(Fonte: nessismore)


Do you expect me to talk?
No, Ms. Bond. I expect you to die!


Game of Politics: It’s 2014 and Robert Baratheon is Prime Minister of Westeros.

Fiona O’Shaughnessy as older Arya Stark and Jessica Chastain as older Sansa Stark.


Game of Politics: It’s 2014 and Robert Baratheon is Prime Minister of Westeros.

Gabriel Macht as Garlan Tyrell, Jamie Dornan as Willas Tyrell, Dylan O’Brien as Loras Tyrell and Emmy Rossum as Margaery Tyrell.


Game of Politics: It’s 2014 and Robert Baratheon is Prime Minister of Westeros.

Idris Elba as Robert Baratheon, Lupita Nyong’o as older Mya Stone, Aml Ameen as older Gendry Waters and Nathan Stewart-Jarett as older Edric Storm.


Game of Politics: It’s 2014 and Robert Baratheon is Prime Minister of Westeros.

Thandie Newton as Cersei Lannister, Amandla Stenberg as young Myrcella Baratheon and Ruth Negga as older Myrcella Baratheon.


Game of Politics: It’s 2014 and Robert Baratheon is Prime Minister of Westeros.

Idris Elba as Robert Baratheon, Chiwetel Ejiofor as Stannis Baratheon and Anthony Mackie as Renly Baratheon.


ashara and arthur dayne; answer the call (a wwi asoiaf au)

And when the story has cast out the heroes, where do the heroes go? They’ll not sit idly by; they’ll fight as they have fought, hard and strong, in tall, long-spun tales that put crowns atop their heads and sceptres in their hands. They’ll fight as heroes fight, my dear, even if it is against their own audience.



( bind, and three-parts shell; eddard stark for answer the call, an asoiaf wwi au )

When he’s home, Ned likes to walk the grounds of Winter Hall. It’s an old place, his ancient home: filled with creaking floors and memories and the smell of damp, dark places.

It’s an old place, and it’s filled with ghosts.

The lawns are green and handsomely trimmed. Beads of dew dance on the blades, glistening in the pale sunlight. When he was a boy, he would lie on his back in the grass and stare at the sky, writing stories in the clouds. When he was a boy, his whole life stretched before him, infinite and unlimited.

But it’s long since Eddard Stark was a boy, and longer still since he troubled to look for freedom in the sky. When he looks up now, it’s to wonder at the coming weather, and clouds that once meant dragons now mean rain.

When he was a boy, saving princesses from high towers, his father would march across the estate until Ned was found. Rickard’s boots—always boots—always thumped, trum, trum, trum, like a beating drum and behind him always followed Brandon. And with Rickard followed cold, scolding words and with Brandon followed no words at all—a smirk and a grin and then the trum, trum, trum as Rickard marched away with Brandon at his heals.

When he was a boy, the air smelled fresh when Ned was alone and like stale cigars when Rickard was near. He takes a deep breath and thinks he doesn’t know what fresh means anymore. These days, anywhere he goes, everything smells like ashes.

These days, everything tastes like char.

His hands smell like gunpowder and his ears ring to the shriek of swords and the trum of boots. And just like it has for so long it seems like he can’t remember since when, his head pounds out explosions: they blast and boom and break in violent, vivid colours.

He blinks—and they’re gone.

The lawns are green and edged with dark, twisting trees. The branches curl like arthritic joints; bright, lively leaves sing melancholy songs when they sway in the breeze.

It’s an old place, his home, and it’s filled with ghosts.

modern day GoT AU → Purple Wedding aftermath


Game of Thrones × Inception AU (inspired by)

Jon Snow - Dom Cobb
    “I’ve done plenty wrong.”
Ygritte - Mal
    “We should have stayed in that cave.”
Meera Reed - Ariadne
    “You’d forget you. If we lose you, we lose everything.”
Davos Seaworth - Arthur
    “Well, strictly speaking, I didn’t do the thieving.”
Oberyn Martell - Eames
    “You’re just a pink little man who’s far too slow on the draw.”
Samwell Tarly - Yusuf
    “Yes, well, best get used to it.”
Daenerys Targaryen - Saito
    “They can live in my new world or they can die in their old one.”
Stannis Baratheon - Fischer
    “He wasn’t my beloved brother. He didn’t love me. I didn’t love him.”

WHAT IF AUCaptain America: The Winter Soldier, role swap (Sharon, Steve, Bucky, Natasha)

(Fonte: loveholic198)

Fairytales reimagined

↳ The Little Mermaid set in Japan
Nothing gave the youngest princess such pleasure as to hear about the world of human beings up above them. Her old grandmother had to tell her all she knew about ships and cities, and of people and animals. What seemed nicest of all to her was that up on land the flowers were fragrant, for those at the bottom of the sea had no scent.

She pictured the two of them sitting together in a garden with puppies in their laps, or listening to a singer strum upon a lute while they floated down the Mander on a pleasure barge. If I give him sons, he may come to love me. She would name them Eddard and Brandon and Rickon, and raise them all to be as valiant as Ser Loras. And to hate Lannisters, too. In Sansa’s dreams, her children looked just like the brothers she had lost. Sometimes there was even a girl who looked like Arya.

(Fonte: glorfindely)