A tale told in three parts, in which Jaskier must make a devastating choice to save Geralt's life. In the aftermath of it, Geralt struggles to understand why the bard cares so much.
11 Feb 2020
“If you don't stop this very instant, you will feel what it is like to have your tongue ripped out.”
Jaskier's pretty blue eyes were so wide, so round, so pitiful, Geralt's stomach churned. The only situation calling for that kind of wide-eyed look, is when he inevitably will get fucked hard enough to forget where he was and who he was. A brat like him deserved that.
The Lord opened his mouth to snarl at the intruder, but shrunk back and stumbled over his feet when he recognised the hair and the eyes; the man.
“I should be the one threatening you for touching my man, mylord.”
Fandoms: Wiedźmin | The Witcher (Video Game), Wiedźmin | The Witcher - All Media Types, The Witcher (TV)
01 Feb 2020
He knows Geralt loves him because there is no other explanation for the way he holds Jaskier, like he’s something gentle and treasured, like he’s precious. But he also knows Geralt is not human. Geralt has lived more than twice as long as Jaskier, and will live on for possibly centuries more. And, unlike Yennefer, Jaskier cannot be there with him forever.
And you love him. He thinks, watching Geralt oil his blades by the fire. God help you, you love him more than anything.
- Part 1 of maybe we'll get forty years together
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It all starts with Jaskier asking him for a favor, again.
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