(There’s) no smoke without fire (oneshot | 6,265 | NC-17)
They kiss for entirely too long. If anyone found them in the woods just then they would be like, dudes, this is excessive.
I’m breathing in the chemicals (oneshot | 4,067 | NC-17)
Stiles needs a smoke. He ends up at Derek’s with the promise of one. When Stiles finds Derek’s particular mix a little too strong, Derek tries shotgunning to make it less intense. It doesn’t quite work. Takes place sometime, any time, during or after season three (mentions of Stiles’s hair and Derek’s new apartment).
Smoke Signals (oneshot | 1,417 | PG-13)
Stiles got the weed from his dad. No, really.
light me up before i go (oneshot | 5,582 | NC-17)
Come late April, the sun will grow warm while the air is still cool, and there will be just enough greenery for Stiles to hide the Jeep somewhere off the beaten path in the Beacon Hills Preserve, tucked away from the world in a safe little space where he and Derek can get high.
other drug abuse:
Causing Rainstorms (complete | 27,178 | R)
In fairness, it wasStiles’ idea to go looking for a dead body in the woods that one time, so it’s not like he’s known for making the best decisions.
This, though… this is spiraling out of control.
The View From My Window (complete | 29,586 | NC-17)
Derek is a glassblower on the hunt for new ideas. His assistant Scott has some artist friend named Stiles.