Memories- Bruce x Reader Chap. 9Bruce stayed with you, catching up and reminiscing a bit, and then he was called away back to the lab. You stretched out on the floor, looking up at the ceiling as you hummed, deep in thought. You missed Clint. He could always pull you out of what you called ‘the Cage funk’ and he didn’t mind pissing off Fury to spend more time keeping you company.
You sensed Natasha’s presence before you actually saw her, casually stating with a sigh, “I’m quitting Tash. As soon as this whole ‘The earth is in peril from some horned idiot’ thing is over… I’m out.”
She sank down next to the glass where you were laying, “You’re kidding right? Where would you go?”
You thought about it for a second, “I hear Norway is nice… maybe Australia.”
She nodded, “You think Fury will let you go?”
“Not entirely. No. But he certainly can’t keep me here anymore.”
Memories- Bruce x Reader Chap. 7Steve gave Tony a little shove towards you, “I found him pouring whiskey in your tea Doctor (L/n).”
You pressed a hand over your eyes, “It’s alright Steve. I told him he could.”
The super solider gave a questioning yet disappointed frown, “Doctor (L/n)-“
You sighed, “How many times have I told you it’s just (F/n). Nobody’s called me Doctor anything in years.”
Steve opened and closed his mouth a couple of times, “Alright (F/n). May I ask why you’re drinking on the job. If Stark is becoming a bad influence-“
You chuckled, “I wasn’t actually going to drink it Cap. I just needed him out of the lab for a minute. Nothing to worry about.”
Steve grinned, “I shouldn’t have doubted you (F/n).”
You had been assigned to monitor Steve’s vitals once he was out of the ice and after a brief period of fangirling over him the two of you had become friends. He never judged you for
Masquerade-Chapter 11The next morning, you entered Loki's chambers with a cup of hot coffee. You exchanged a tense glance with Loki before sitting down on the side of the room opposite him. You yawned quietly.
"Sleepless night?" Loki asked.
"Somewhat," you replied curtly.
You took a drink of your coffee. Loki seemed different than usual today. He seemed detached from himself.
"I hear the Avengers have been welcomed as guests in Asgard," Loki said.
"Yes, they are here," you said.
"I suppose Thor will bring them in here later, to show off his good work."
Loki scoffed and shook his head.
"You really have no idea of anything that anyone but yourself feels, do you?" you asked.
"I beg your pardon?"
"Thor cannot bear the fact that you have landed yourself in this situation. The King and Queen blame themselves for what has happened. Thor does not wish for anyone to see you like this. Not even me, I believe."
"You really believe Thor to be