A collection of Reader Insert stories where various Avengers begin relationships with minor deities.
Lost Objects – Thor x Reader
Thor has lost a lot in a very short period of time and he’s worried about losing himself too. He goes to the one person who understands loss.
Lazy Mornings – Steve Rogers x Reader
Steve Rogers has trouble taking time for himself. When his friends set him up with a person with a very unusual skill, perhaps he can learn that the quiet moments are just as important as everything else.
Patience – Natasha Romanoff x Reader
Every day Natasha prays for more patience to deal with a litany of things from waiting for her target to make a move – to not yelling at Clint for putting empty milk containers back in the fridge.
When her prayers are answered, Natasha finds that having patience is easy, holding on to it is a little harder.
Spring Thaw – Bucky Barnes x Reader
Bucky Barnes hates winter. He always looks for the first signs of the ice thawing and new life growing. When that desire for the end of winter brings to him the god of the spring thaw, he discovers a brand new reason to get through winter.
The Still of the Forest – Bruce Banner x F!Reader
Bruce has been existing in a perpetual state of stress in an attempt to keep the Hulk at bay. What he needs is rest. Somewhere peaceful where he doesn’t have to worry about hurting anyone and he can just let go. He needs the still of the forest and maybe – if he’s lucky – someone to share it with him.
First Cup – Clint Barton x F!Reader
Clint Barton has a coffee addiction. One day that addiction brings him to The Elysian Fields coffee shop where he meets you. Soon Clint feels like his addiction isn’t just caffeine-based. But things are not as they seem. With a store that only appears under certain conditions, no customers, and a dog the size of a Dire Wolf, Clint isn’t sure there’s not more going on with you and he isn’t sure how to figure out if his feelings are real or just a side effect of his addiction.
The Last Bar – Tony Stark x F!Reader
Tony Stark’s life is going off the rails. He feels alone, misunderstood, and running on empty. No fuel, no battery life, no signal. If he could just find one last bar he might be okay. He pulls into the parking lot of Fin, a dive bar with no discernible location. It could be the last bar he goes into.