3 Works in Brandon Stark/Sansa Stark
Fandoms: A Song of Ice and Fire - George R. R. Martin, Game of Thrones (TV), A Song of Ice and Fire & Related Fandoms, The Silmarillion and other histories of Middle-Earth - J. R. R. Tolkien
21 Nov 2019
Sansa in the different Westerosi Houses & AUs:
Chapter 38: Sansa Giantsbane/Wildling Sansa (a little Jon/Sansa)
Chapter 39: Sansa Arryn (a little Robert B/Sansa)
Chapter 40: Sansa Mormont (Lyanna's twin)
Chapter 41: Sansa Frey (warns KiTN Robb about Red Wedding)
Chapter 42: Wildling!Sansa (Sister of Val)
Chapter 43: Sansa Clegane
Chapter 44: Sansa Greyjoy (Theon's twin sister)
Chapter 45: Sansa Royce
Chapter 46: Sansa Sand (Oberyn's daughter)
Chapter 47: Sansa Seaworth (slight Jon/Sansa)
- Part 1 of What If
This is in tribute to Prince, in honor of his song of the same title. Please heed the tags above for warnings.
They're all so predictable. They'd be horrified to hear it; they fancy themselves different, special, not like those other perverted old men who lust after young girls. But they're not different or special. They're all the same. The details are different -- Rhaegar likes sheer panties that cost twice her tiny babysitting paychecks, Benjen likes plain cotton, Edmure goes for pink and ruffles, and Brandon likes it when she doesn't wear any panties at all -- but the process is the same. "I don't normally do this," they all say, "but you're such an old soul." "Boys your age, they don't know what to do with a sensitive, sensual girl like you." "You've cast a spell on me, Sansa, I can't control myself."
It's complete bullshit, but she never calls them on it. She never does anything that would keep her from getting what she wants, which is to be well and thoroughly turned out by men who know what they're doing.
Prompt: When visiting his brother, Brandon comes across Ned's oldest girl trying to find her pleasure. It was only right for him to offer his help, right!?. If only his dear brother could see it that way, instead of attacking him for being such a caring citizen.