Joker by Unloyal_Lio
Sometimes, when they’re close like they are now, Stiles wonders if Derek is seducing him. He wonders if the fingers rubbing calming circles into his thigh and the warm, salty breath against his neck are maneuvers to earn his trust. He wonders about Derek’s plans, if—once he has Stiles fooled—Derek will rip his throat out.
Badly Times Boners and A Failure To Communicate by eeyore9990
Suddenly, Derek is everywhere, and not just in that creepy, Edward Cullen, I’m-gonna-stalk-around-and-lurk-broodingly way. Stiles doesn’t know what’s up with that, but he’s pretty sure there’s only one conclusion to be reached.
We’re all going to fucking die.
Nothing Feels Like Home When You’re a Thousand Miles Away by caileechristine
Everyone thinks Stiles will be the one to cave first, which is exactly why he refuses to. To his (and everyone else’s) surprise, Derek has only been gone for three days when he texts Stiles.
Might be Addicted by YouShineBrighter
Stiles comes home for winter break. And after two weeks of hanging out as total bros, Derek & Stiles discover they might actually be boyfriends.
(The Sheriff knew the whole time.)
The Truth About Love (Comes at 3AM) by Finduilas
When the pack gets locked in at Derek’s new loft during a snowstorm, they play ‘truth or dare’ to pass the time.
Rumour Has It by WhoNatural
Now rumour has it she ain’t got your love anymore.
The Love you Save (May Be Your Own) by Nokomis
Everyone falls magically in love with Stiles. Well, except for Derek, who is suspiciously immune.
Baking My Way Into Your Heart by thesilence
Derek is an uptight college student, all work and no play. His carefully scheduled life is thrown kilter when his regular barista is replaced with someone new.
Strain This Chaos, Turn it Into Light by Omni
After Derek and Cora return to Beacon Hills, it seems like Cora has Stiles over every day. Derek doesn’t understand why that bothers him as much as it does, why it gets under his skin and eats its way into his guts. He also doesn’t really notice that something’s wrong, until it’s already getting better.