Living In the Future

Eighteen-year-old Tony Stark is the boy genius who woke Captain America, and now he’s stuck with him. That’s not a bad thing, but between Steve’s wide-eyed wonder at the new world and Tony’s little fanboy crush, the awkwardness just keeps

Floor 37

Mike’s last three days of indentured servitude to Louis (and whoever Louis farms him out to) are spent in the service of an elderly lawyer named Jack, who poached him from a partner and knows more than he’s letting on.

One Right Thing

Harvey’s in the hospital, but Mike’s the one trying to survive.*


Harvey sometimes moonlights as a Star Trek BNF. Mike might have an attitude problem on the internet. TiberiusGhost is strangely compelling, for a recluse who never goes to meetups, and Harvey’s finding this kid Photohead vaguely familiar…*


Harvey Specter wasn’t the rich renegade badass that plucked Mike from his potential life of crime. Tony Stark was.*


Mike was raised to believe Imprint was a life-changing event for those few lucky enough to experience it. Harvey was raised to believe it was a form of mental illness. When it actually happened, neither of them noticed.*

Double Take

Harvey keeps just-missing Mike at the Pearson Hardman costume ball, but he HAS met Mike’s date, the gorgeous Rose Selavy.*


Harvey’s traditional post-triumphal sex takes on a twist when it’s Mike, decked out in winter gear and just begging to be stripped down.*

Madison Avenue

Harvey didn’t want to be profiled in a magazine as one of New York’s most eligible bachelors. Nobody even knew Mike had been.*

Series || Pizza-Verse

In an alternate universe, Harvey’s still the best closer in New York but Mike’s not a runner for Trevor: he’s a pizza deliveryman, Harvey’s favorite pizza deliveryman. And Harvey’s discovery that Mike’s more than he lets on will change everyone’s