December 22nd, 2016

The Flash: Leonard - Reindeer Mug

Not Your Average Hallmark Christmas 1/1 (Sara Lance/Leonard Snart) Teen

Title: Not Your Average Hallmark Christmas
Fandom: DC's Legends of Tomorrow
Rating: Teen
Pairings/Characters: Sara Lance/Leonard Snart, Lisa Snart, OCs
Summary: Sara brings an injured Leonard home with her just before Christmas.
Timeline: Pre-Series, roughly 2013, after Merlyn's earthquake in Starling City and before Leonard gets the Cold Gun.
Word Count: 9,478
Disclaimer: I claim no ownership over these characters. I am merely borrowing them from DC Entertainment, Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim, Andrew Kreisberg and Phil Klemmer.
Betas: Thank you to angelskuuipo and shanachie_quill for looking this over for me.
Author's Note: This is my @ccss2016 Captain Canary Secret Santa present for @pintoblogs (request at end of story).

Footsteps pounded behind Leonard Snart as he ran down the dark, barely shoveled sidewalks until he came to an alley. He ducked down it, collapsing against the wall to catch his breath. Moments later his partner, Erik, entered the alley and collapsed against the opposite wall, police sirens echoing in the distance.

"I can't believe we got away," Erik said, grinning.

"Never doubted it," Leonard drawled, straightening up and listening as the sirens drew farther away from them. He nodded in satisfaction. "Hand it over."

"Here's the thing," Erik said, slowly. "I've decided to keep it for myself."

Leonard's hand went to grab his gun, but it wasn't there. His shock must have registered on his face as Erik lifted two guns and pointed them at Leonard.

"This was my heist," Leonard snarled, starting to take a step forward, but halted by the sound of both guns being cocked.

"And now it's my loot," Erik said, smirking. He began to back out of the alley.

"You'll pay for this," Leonard growled, following him with his eyes.

"What are you going to do, call the cops on me?" Erik asked, laughing.

"Nobody double crosses me and lives to tell the tale," Leonard growled.

"Too bad you won't be alive to hear me tell it," Erik said and pulled the triggers on both guns.

The first bullet struck Leonard in his left calf as he turned to dive out of the way and the second one struck him in the right shoulder. He fell onto his back, striking his head against the pavement, and crying out as the pain seared through him.

The last thing he heard before blacking out was the sound of Erik running away.
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