Footprints in Mysterious Fire (29635 words) by circ_bamboo
Fandom: Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Avengers (Marvel Movies), Captain America (Movies)
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: James “Bucky” Barnes/Steve Rogers/Natasha Romanov, Steve Rogers/Natasha Romanov, James “Bucky” Barnes/Natasha Romanov, James “Bucky” Barnes/Steve Rogers
Characters: Steve Rogers, Natasha Romanov, James “Bucky” Barnes, Nick Fury, Phil Coulson, Clint Barton, Jasper Sitwell
Additional Tags: Canon-Typical Violence, Threesome - F/M/M, Light Dom/sub, Femdom
Someone is following Steve Rogers around and shooting at him and the people near him. Natasha Romanoff is following right behind him to see who it is. When it turns out to be the Winter Soldier, the question then becomes: who is the Winter Soldier, and why does he look so familiar to both Steve and Natasha?
Hey, all: Friendly reminder that my 2013 Marvel Bang project might possibly be of interest!
And for those of you worried about spoilers: I wrote it more than six months before the movie came out, so there are none, in that way where I am not a mind-reader or a time-traveler. Also, that means there’s no Sam Wilson, an oversight for which I will always be properly contrite.
AND IN MORE EXCITING NEWS, there’s actually a podfic. Kind of. I did it myself, for feels-like-fire, and it’s not great. The audio futzes out a few times. I read too fast. I was reading from not quite the final draft. Once I editorialized myself. THAT HAVING BEEN SAID, if you always wanted to listen to my voice for nearly 3 hours, including listening to me read (my own) explicit porn, THIS IS YOUR LUCKY DAY.
TWO WAYS TO ACCESS:
THIS LINK should get you into the gdrive where the folder is. You don’t need a Google account just to listen. However, if you have one, you should be able to add the folder/tracks to your own drive and then download the individual tracks (there are 19 of them; sorry, but I was recording it on the voice recorder on my phone) from there.
THIS LINK will give you the Mediafire folder, if you have a thing against Google Drives. In both cases, I’m reasonably certain that the tracks will put themselves in the correct order, due to the fact that I numbered them with triple digits (001, 002, etc.) and the numbers are in the metadata as well, but if not, I’m sorry. I don’t really know what else to do.