'Never Sold a Lie' by nerdwegian - "The Life Model Decoys are designed with a self-sustaining Artificial Intelligence, with the project goal being for them to be able to pass as their Target Model in any given situation." Clint/Phil.
'I've Seen You Here Before' by nerdwegian - "It's not a thing. It's not. Us. Me and him. It was only like--once. But at least this way..." He trails off and can't finish the sentence. "Look, like Tony said, it's about the least traumatizing option, right?" Phil/Clint.
The 'Electric Feels' series by TardisIsTheOnlyWayToTravel - two stories to date, chronicling the developing friendship/relationship between Phil Coulson and JARVIS, with considerations of just exactly how autonomous JARVIS is and what that really means for him. Phil/JARVIS.
The 'In From the Cold' series by victoria_p - "Wait just a second here." Steve slams his hand down on the table, causing the pile of photographs to slip and slide haphazardly. "Someone tell me why this Winter Soldier fella looks just like Bucky." Steve/Bucky.
'This Might Just Work' by Odsbodkins - Bucky Barnes is unwillingly dragged along when Nick Fury goes to talk to Tony Stark about the Avenger Initiative, as a little demonstration of the bigger universe Tony's just joined. Tony/Bucky, Steve/Tony, Bucky/Steve, Steve/Tony/Bucky.
'These Three Things Remain' by Siria - They don’t bicker when they’re on the job, but during meetings it sometimes gets so bad that Steve’s guiltily aware the others tune them out. While they argue, Natasha silently, ostentatiously, cleans her nails with a knife so large he has no idea where she keeps it in that costume of hers. Steve tries to apologise to her afterwards, aware that Tony’s suggestion that they melt down his shield in order to invent a “better” version may have pressed a button or two of his, but Natasha just rolls her eyes and says, cryptically, “Pigtail pulling,” before walking out on cat-quiet feet. Steve/Tony.
'Culture and Other Balls of Twine' by LithiumDoll - in the aftermath of the attack on New York, Tony really doesn't want Bruce Banner anywhere but with him and decides the best thing for both of them will be a roadtrip. Gen.
'Falling to Earth' by entanglednow - Steve's just waiting for him to do something with all these broken pieces, before the cold kills everything - and he means everything. The guy doesn't know any better, starting every day like he's never been disappointed in his life. Also, having metal in your chest, not a fucking plan when it's thirty below. Tony can feel it when he breathes, which he keeps trying to tell himself is a good thing, that nasty, widening stab of cold, because once he can't feel it any more he's going to freeze to death from the inside out. Steve/Tony.
'Our Broken Parts (Smashed on the Floor) by This Girl Is - Steve goes undercover to draw out a noted Russian assassin, only to discover that the man he's been sent in search of is someone he knows better than anyone else. Steve/Bucky.
'Tapdancing on Tightropes' by jumpfall - He doesn't want to revert to those ways, values his work improving lives rather than risking them, but he can't afford to get attached to the Avengers. Relationships are easy to fuck up – people's reactions aren't consistent, their feelings aren't predictable, and their wounds aren't correctible. He needs something fulfilling to last him for when this phase ends, too. Gen.
'Half a Minute and Thirty Seconds' by mrasaki - a nicely-written crossover (if you can have such a thing) between the movie universe and the storyline of Matt Fraction's Hawkeye comic, tying together the storylines of both very neatly. Clint/Phil.
'Catch Your Voice' by lavvyan - after building himself a reputation among SHIELD's handlers, Clint gets more than a little obsessed by one Phil Coulson, even though he has no idea what the other man even looks like... Clint/Phil.
'I Walked A Thousand Miles Just To Slip This Skin' by IamShadow21 - a really nicely written genderswap story, with Tony getting changed and discovering all sorts of things about his new self he could never have expected. Steve/Tony.
'paradoxical scar tissue' by isawet - Tony travels back in time to pre-serum Steve, where they spend time together and Steve becomes attached--until Tony disappears. Fast forward and Steve is reunited with Tony--who doesn't remember him at all. Steve/Tony.
'A Fire to be Kindled' by kepteinen - It makes perfect sense, of course. The serum gave Steve the perfect body, so why wouldn’t it also give him the perfect mind? In the quietness of his own mind, Tony can admit he’s a little stung Steve didn’t tell him, but he’s not really surprised. Steve/Tony.