"I didn't mean to fall in love with her, Steve. It just kinda happened." What if Cap had come out of the ice a decade earlier? Had a daughter in the process? Carissa hadn't been planned, certainly, and she had been a slight burden on The Captain America. When her mom died, he found himself being her primary caregiver. It scared him, to say the least. He was glad to have Nat and Tony to help with raising her. Now he had Tony to thank whenever she delivered a smart ass comment. Carissa Rogers didn't mean to fall for her dad's best friend, it just kinda happened. It wasn't long before Bucky starts to show an interest in the young Rogers girl. But the universe has a really colorful way of pulling them apart. Red, purple, blue, yellow green, and orange. *Smut Warning: Ch 16&19
Steve Rogers and Tony Stark have been working together for years now, having done missions together with only each other or saving the world with all of the Avengers. Tony and Steve have grown closer with every mission and Tony finally accepts that he's gay. And he's gay for Steven Rogers. Captain America. But Steve has no idea and he doesn't believe that he, himself, is gay or bi. But will his feelings change when/if Tony confesses to him?
This is a first book of the series Iron Heart Witch. The entire world was devasted after the Snap. Luckily, Tony and Pepper were alive, and they had a daughter, Morgan, and were looking after Harley. Pepper was reunited with her brother. Potters and Starks were a happy family, enjoying what it left in the world. But sometimes things don't roll that way. What will be the result of Tony's ultimate sacrifice? Avengers and X-Men reunite and they together raise Morgan Stark. Everything was going smoothly. No immense danger ever came in the Wizarding World, Earth or the whole multiverse, until Morgan was going to Hogwarts.