A Simple Life

A Simple Life SterekDerek plans to spend the rest of his life holed up in the woods after Laura dies Then he meets a stubborn young fox and the stubborn young fox meets an urn of Deaton s magic powder and his pla

  • Title: A Simple Life
  • Author: Survivah
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 174
  • Format: ebook
  • SterekDerek plans to spend the rest of his life holed up in the woods after Laura dies Then he meets a stubborn young fox, and the stubborn young fox meets an urn of Deaton s magic powder, and his plans change.Banner by ValleryPrankSWords 13763 complete

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    1. So stinkin cute. At first I felt like they should have just left Scott et al out of it, Cuz it was confusing to have them without Stiles. But their small bit played a role and made ending a little sweeter with possibilities.

    2. 3.5Werefox Stiles. This little story made me smile, and at the end it had me in tears. I'm a sap for Sterek.

    3. So fricking cute.I'm copying and pasting this review for the sequel, Finding Miracles, which is just as sweet.

    4. 3.5-4 starsThis was a pretty good story. This is a Sterek fanfiction story. For those of you that don't knowSterek fanfic is based off 2 male characters, Stiles and Derek, from the TV show Teen Wolf. In the show they're both heterosexual but some viewers have fantasized about them together in a m/m relationship and thus Sterek was born. This story has the same background as the TV show except the Stiles that's the son of the local sheriff never been existed. When Derek comes to town looking for [...]

    5. can see how this is sort of sweet story. werefox!stiles except not really because actual-fox!stiles turns human-ish. stiles comes across as a bit behind or a kid, which rubs me all the wrong ways. writing and development a bit simple.Used to be a 1-star rating for me, but reread 171223-ish and enjoyed it a bit more than I must have last. Wasn’t as bothered by Stiles’ “behindness”, I’m thinking.

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