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17 January 2017 @ 10:39 am
Magic Mike: Regina by [archiveofourown.org profile] Georgina - Mike/Rome, mature. When Mike meets Rome, he’s young, dumb, and full of himself. This was perfect. I absolutely buy it as a prequel. The author nailed Mike's smarts and his dumb side, and Rome was so very her.

Master and Commander: In Valparaiso by [archiveofourown.org profile] Garonne - Jack Aubrey/Stephen Maturin, teen. Jack and Stephen go for a walk together and avoid talking about the night before. Lovely. Wonderful character voices.

Master and Commander: The Fragile Skiff Attains the Shore by [archiveofourown.org profile] Dorinda - Jack Aubrey/Stephen Maturin, teen. Stephen goes AWOL and Jack frets, then frets some more, then goes looking. There is hurt/comfort, cuddling, and a deep and obvious love. Beautifully written.

Terminator: Genisys: The Longest Way by [archiveofourown.org profile] alyse - Pops, teen. Pops takes the long way to the future, and sometimes it's the journey as well as the destination. Oh, Pops. This was wonderful. I loved his thought processes and his learning curve.

Terminator: Genisys: The Long Way by [archiveofourown.org profile] cyren2132 - Pops, Sarah Connor, teen. Pops took the long way to meet Sarah and Kyle in 2017, relying on his time with her to navigate the years separating them. Aww, Pops. I loved this. It was very easy to imagine him living like this.

Dirty Dancing: Waiting For a Voice to Come by [archiveofourown.org profile] Arsenic - Johnny/Baby, gen. Johnny wants the best for Baby. Baby wants Johnny. I loved seeing how she'd matured and was going after what she wanted.

The Eagle of the Ninth: Under Fire by [archiveofourown.org profile] Frostfire - Esca/Marcus, teen. Esca is a prisoner on Marcus Flavius Aquila's transport ship. What could go wrong? Plenty! Romans and slaves IN SPACE. This was a wonderful read.

Jupiter Ascending: Honor Bright by [archiveofourown.org profile] VR_Trakowski - Jupiter/Caine, mature. It always comes down to choice. Angst and temporary amnesia, which is kind of heartbreaking, but lots of Jupiter being a kickass queen and Caine being delightfully Caine.

The Losers: Solid Copy by [archiveofourown.org profile] thefourthvine - Jensen/Cougar, explicit. Jensen shifted his gaze to Cougar. "I really thought that if I ever had to say the words 'telepathic disaster,' it’d be a lot cooler than this is turning out to be." FABULOUS. I loved this, and loved the whole team.

Almost Human: When a Man's an Empty Kettle by [archiveofourown.org profile] Dorinda - John/Dorian, explicit. It wasn't like John minded going undercover with Dorian. No problem posing as Dorian's owner. At a private sexbot show. Where he would have to... Oh, shit. Marvellous.

Ocean's Eleven: thieves at heart by [archiveofourown.org profile] enkiduu - Danny/Rusty, teen. The first time they kiss, Rusty doesn't think much about it, because it doesn't mean anything. Gorgeous.

Hawkeye(comics): practically perfect by [archiveofourown.org profile] t_fic - Clint Barton/Kate Bishop, mature. It's bad, Kate thinks. She's putting her coffee down, that's how bad it is. Just lovely.

Live Free or Die Hard: Feeling Better by [archiveofourown.org profile] miss_pryss - Matt Farrell/John McClane, teen. Later, Matt won’t be able to remember being discharged from the hospital in DC; won’t remember how he got back to his apartment building in New Jersey. What’s left of his apartment building. This is so how it should have gone afterwards.

Galaxy Quest: SMOF by [archiveofourown.org profile] hollimichele - ensemble, gen. In this fandom, there are things you don't talk about. Just imagine for a second if your fandom was real. Scary? Embarrassing? Ridiculous? Or the best and most wonderful thing you will ever discover in your whole existence?

Crossposted: http://nomelon.dreamwidth.org/260694.html
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+ So, does one need to delete one's lj? Thwart the Russians, and all that? Or is it stupid to think that will make a difference? Has it all already been shunted over there for Putin to have a laugh at our private posts from 1992?

+ Did everyone have a lovely festive season? Mine was reasonably plain sailing with much merriment to be had. I have mastered the art of making the perfect turkey and my skills are in high demand. Never was a turkey more juicy, flavourful or perfectly cooked, lemme tell ya.

+ I want more MacGyver. I saw five minutes of an ancient CSI episode over xmas, and Nick Stokes has paled in comparison to my beloved and ridiculous Jack Dalton. So I'll be having more of that now, please.

+ Happy New Year, one and all. 2016 is finally over. Ding dong, the bitch is dead. What could possibly go wrong THIS year? I'm eyeing you, America and Britain and Russia and Europe and Syria and oh my god we're doomed.

Crossposted: http://nomelon.dreamwidth.org/260337.html
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23 December 2016 @ 09:49 pm
I'm flying home tomorrow so I probably maybe won't get the chance to go this before the end of the year if I don't do it now.

How many fics did I write this year? Um, I think, technically speaking, one. A personal low. But I am terribly fond of my little MacGyver fic. Seriously, guys, you all need to write me a shit-ton of Mac/Jack because I LOVE THEM.

Flashlight - Mac/Jack, R. Boys being boys with romantic bomb-building and prison riot cock-blocking.

I also finished my stupidly long Angel fic so I guess I get to include that too: A Little Bit of History Repeating - Angel/Cordelia/Spike, NC-17. Where Cordelia gets to stay with Angel, losing something of herself and gaining an extra vampire in the process.

I may have also posted an old ficlet thing to AO3 this week just because it came up in conversation with someone. It's a The Fast & the Furious/Gremlins crossover because I do what I want. Bright Light! Bright Light! with Dom and Brian and Gizmo.

And that's all she wrote. Merry Festivities to you.

Crossposted: http://nomelon.dreamwidth.org/259867.html
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15 December 2016 @ 02:06 pm

Fandom: MacGyver
Pairing: Mac/Jack
Rating: R
Word count: 6,676

Summary: Jack usually says what's on his mind. Mac usually kind of digs that about him.

You can read this fic here on AO3 or here on dreamwidth.
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12 December 2016 @ 10:44 am
I don't know what they're doing, but I don't know if I care. LOOK AT THIS PUPPY.

Crossposted: http://nomelon.dreamwidth.org/259394.html
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05 December 2016 @ 11:16 pm
Anybody watching Frontier?

I think the whole world is missing out on writing really filthy Declan/Michael stuck in a Canadian shack fic. Just putting that out there because Michael is a confused babe in the woods and Declan is a giant macho man driven by obsession and heartbreak and projecting all he is and used to be onto Michael. Their trust issues are basically Dom/Brian but in the woods and snow while wrapped in furs and wishing they had a mode of transport other than their own two feet.

"Can I trust you?"

"Are you with us?"

"Can I trust you?"

"Can I?"

So basically no chemistry ALL.

Crossposted: http://nomelon.dreamwidth.org/259117.html
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28 November 2016 @ 12:14 am
+ Trump's twitter is HORRIFYING.

+ I'm very rarely on facebook, but this week I was, and seeing comments from Trump supporters there is also HORRIFYING. It's like... a religion. One of those good oldy timey religions that don't require anything but FAITH and vitriol to back them up. Haven't actually read the Bible? Don't matter. You've got FAITH. Picking and choosing which bits of your religion apply to you? Go on with your bad self. Can't listen to anyone with a valid opposing point of view, even to have a discussion? Why would you? You've got RELIGION. Haven't questioned a damn thing and common sense is a foreign concept? Ugh ugh it's twisting me up.

+ I've had a shitty week. A really shitty week. Not just because of Trump or Brexit or how three out of four news stories are disaster and woe and horror and the fourth is about Catherine Zeta Jones' bikinis, but the constant vague feeling that it's the End of Days really isn't helping.


+ I think that MacGyver needs a family reunion, with Jared playing his brother and James Dean Anderson as his grumpy overbearing dad. But Jared would be a great brother for him, no? And Dalton would be all wide-eyed and tongue-tied and "how in the hell are there two of 'em?"

+ I've been trying to write, but it ain't easy. I have half a MacGygver fic written and I'm trying my hand at Hannibal, but they're half done and are now being stubborn as hell, and I'm a one trick pony and I don't know why I bother when I should be penning my grand breakthrough novel and making a million billion bucks and going to live in an ivory tower where rising sea levels and mean people won't be an issue.

Crossposted: http://nomelon.dreamwidth.org/259071.html
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19 November 2016 @ 10:49 pm
Okay, but no, I seriously remember seeing that Teen Wolf had been cancelled, was no more, had run the length and breadth of whatever ground MTV was willing to give it. I was so SURE of that. Not that it had been particularly great recently, but but but I had thought that the Stiles/Derek train had run headlong into... um, some great pile of woodsy mush. I thought we were done. I thought that every post I saw on tumblr was in some way reminiscent of the good times we once shared. BUT THERE IS MORE.



Crossposted: http://nomelon.dreamwidth.org/258814.html
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18 November 2016 @ 01:09 am
+ I only just found out that a dudebro is actually a bad thing. :( I had no idea. How awful. "Dudebro" just rolls right off the tongue. The mental tongue, I suppose, as I have never said it out loud, much like "meme" (which will always and forever be mee-mee until I remind myself it's really pronounced meem). But I am sad about dudebro. We'll always have Paris.

+ You wouldn't know it to see my recs recently, but before December last year, I don't think I'd ever read a soul-marks fic before. I'd read soulmates and soul-bonding and every other thing fandom has to throw at you, but never, to my knowledge, soul-marking. Suddenly it seems to be everywhere. I love the idea and I've read some amazing fics, but how come I'd never come across it in all my years of reading fic? I am confused and even a mite suspicious about how this had managed to pass me by. I mean, I read a lot. How did this one escape my attentions?

+ Still not over the election. Still holding out hope against hope that the electoral college with pull a big fucking rabbit out of a hat and go against tradition and expectations and just... fix things. I love, love, love how Trump has already shown the world that he is woefully underprepared for the job and is going back on a ton of his campaign promises. The interview where he had to tell Americans not to be afraid... It's a bad movie. The electoral college is going to fix everything. Lalalalalah can't hear you.

+ I seem to have sort of picked up tumblr again. Don't judge me.

Crossposted: http://nomelon.dreamwidth.org/258336.html
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18 November 2016 @ 12:46 am
Avengers: These American Dreams (ain’t no white picket fences left for me) by [archiveofourown.org profile] kariye - Steve/Bucky, explicit. In which Bucky has a house, a dog, an herb garden, and a serious case of insomnia. Welcome to Havensport, Indiana (population 8,294), where Tom’s Neighborhood Grocer stays open all night, little old ladies call the car shop to get their refrigerators repaired, and the heat of summer days and the length of summer nights can make you think that this perfect world will last forever. This was gorgeous. The author built them this beautiful little world, then all these hints at what went before, and though nothing's ever easy, there's a way through and a way to go on. Oh, their pining and their history and their love.

Avengers: Complications by [archiveofourown.org profile] flawedamythyst - Clint/Bucky, explicit. Clint's got a plan to retire and go find himself a simple life at his family's old farm. Simple is good, right? Easy to remember. Simple is why he doesn't really mind that his soul-print has never activated, because a soulmate could only add another layer of complexity to his life. Post Age of Ultron AU. The whole thing just flowed and worked so well. I loved Clint's sense of humour and Bucky finding his way back. I loved their vibe together, the teamwork, the jokes and the stress and the loyalty. This was a great read.

Avengers: not another high school au by [archiveofourown.org profile] skullage - Bucky/Steve, explicit. This was an incredible read. I loved how they're so young, so smart, so dumb, so in love. Steve is the golden boy and Bucky isn't, but they find their way together.

Prison Break: All We've Left Behind by [archiveofourown.org profile] out_there - Alexander Mahone/Michael Scofield, gen. For ten times the price, Alex could have been on a better ship with a new stasis system; he could have closed his eyes on Earth and not opened them until they arrived on S0N-A104-5709. But no one with that sort of money ran away to a settlement planet. There was some great world-building and back story, lots of past woes and seeing them work through things. It was lovely seeing them find some peace.

Guardians of the Galaxy: Rootsong by [archiveofourown.org profile] inlovewithnight - ensemble, gen. Groot needs more room to grow. Wonderful team fic.

Crossover: Edge of Tomorrow/Aliens: Live. Die. Save the Cat. by [archiveofourown.org profile] Wildgoosery - Rita Vrataski, Ellen Ripley, gen. Trapped in the same battle day after day, Rita Vrataski taught herself to fight. But she needed Ellen Ripley's help to learn how to win. This was FABULOUS. Fresh and interesting, with a wonderful rhythm to it.

Crossposted: http://nomelon.dreamwidth.org/258161.html
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11 November 2016 @ 01:34 pm
I was watching the BBC website the moment the red line tipped over the magic number. I was home, getting ready for work, and I may have shed a tear or three because what the hell is going on. I get the disenfranchised thing, I get wanting to tear the system down and start over, but this isn't the way and he isn't the man to do it. He's laughably, painfully not the man to do it. It's backwards and awful, and because it's America it affects everyone the world over.

Since then, I've been reading and listening and, not being an American, there isn't a whole lot I can do but fret and hope that a miracle happens with the electoral college. I could link you to a bunch of stuff but it's easy to find on basically every page of the internet right now. Of course, the American Civil Liberties Union (which had a jump of 7,000% in donations) is worth looking at. Another thing is Hillary got more votes. She won the popular vote while Trump got the electoral vote. So go sign this petition. How likely is it that they'll actually change the outcome of the election as it stands right now? I have no idea. But there's a chance, and people are talking about it.

Crossposted: http://nomelon.dreamwidth.org/257962.html
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05 November 2016 @ 11:56 pm

Crossposted: http://nomelon.dreamwidth.org/257693.html
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01 November 2016 @ 08:51 pm
So I may or may not have been tinkering with a MacGyver fic. I just watched the latest ep, and I can now not use three main scenes in said fic as they just put the same situations and, in one case, the same line and basic conversation in the episode. I did mention this is a slash fic, right?


Crossposted: http://nomelon.dreamwidth.org/257466.html
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23 October 2016 @ 12:16 pm
OMG MACGYVER. I love you incredibly with your ridiculous plots and your heavyhanded metaphors, you are glorious. Mac and Dalton continue to be in love (we have: would kill and die for you in a heartbeat, bro; sweaty shooting hoops; wounded puppy face of betrayal; shocked puppy face of omg I love him; deep and meaningfuls by the side of the road; instant forgiveness through the medium of insults; public singing; THE LIST GOES ON). You are the best. Please to be getting renewed a lot.

OMG WESTWORLD. I remember loving the old film, and I was worried you were going to be a mixture of Dollhouse and, well, Dollhouse, but you are FASCINATING. I watched three eps yesterday (because I'm sick so I can) and woke up this morning thinking about it. James Marsden, you are so pretty and so cowboy. Dolores... oh, man. Dolores. I dig your learning curve, that's all I can say. There had better be some SERIOUS retribution doled out in this show because they are making me itch for it.

Crossposted: http://nomelon.dreamwidth.org/257226.html
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17 October 2016 @ 11:39 pm
MacGyver: Benefits by [archiveofourown.org profile] mothicalcreatures - MacGyver/Dalton, teen. MacGyver rebounds and Jack talks too much after sex. 346 words of the boys being boys with benefits. WHO IS WRITING ME MORE MCGYVER FIC. GRABBY HANDS, MOTHERFUCKER. GRABBY. HANDS.

Avengers: In the Deed the Glory series by [archiveofourown.org profile] queenmab_scherzo - Steve/Bucky, explicit. Steve and Bucky end up playing for rival college football teams. But omg omg the author really pulls in the feeling and the emotion of the Winter Soldier and transfers it to this setting. It's so absorbing, so detailed. I know next to nothing about how the game of (haha AMERICAN) football is played, but the games were so TENSE, gah. It was like fighting a war. I spent two days reading this fic in every spare moment and I really loved it. Poor broken Bucky and they way they found their way back to each other... Lovely details, lovely tension, great cast, lovely LOVE, oh the LOVE. Five stars.

Avengers: Soulmate Theory for Dummies by [archiveofourown.org profile] piffle - Bucky/Tony, Bucky/Steve, mature. The moment someone thinks they know something about a mark, someone else, somewhere else, proves them wrong. WONDERFUL. I loved the author's take on the soulmarks and how they didn't over-explain, snarky Tony, and gruff Bucky operating under bad intel.

Hannibal: What We May Be by [archiveofourown.org profile] louise_lux - Will/Hannibal, explicit. Post-fall, Hannibal and Will escape to Europe, wounded and hurting. Very quickly things turn bad, and Will seeks to hide them both away on a small island in the Mediterranean, to cut them off from the world and for them to be alone together. I stayed up WAYYY too late to finish this. I love how the author captured so many things: suspense, cuteness, silliness, horror, and lots more besides. Very much in character, and I loved Hannibal's struggle with who he was now, and Will's struggle to walk that line of what he'd become and what they'd already done together without willingly becoming a monster.

Hannibal: Uncharted Sea by [archiveofourown.org profile] louise_lux - Hannibal/Will, mature. Set directly after the end of season three. Hannibal finally wakes from his injuries, and it becomes clear that he remembers nothing. I got to the end and went: Gahhhhh and THEN what happened? It was hard to imagine a Hannibal bereft of his memories but the author made it perfectly believable, and then to have Will have to give voice to what they were to each other... Wonderful.

Hannibal: Never Let It Starve by [archiveofourown.org profile] northern - Will puts two and two together earlier and there's no encephalitis to worry about. I loved the mentally healthier Will sliding down that same slippery slope and landing at Hannibal's feet despite himself.

Hannibal: Where You Can Always Find Me series by [archiveofourown.org profile] northern - Hannibal/Will, explicit. Will tries to structure their relationship by asking Hannibal to be his dog part of the time. That sounds like comedy, but it's puppy play and angst and feelings. This was strange and quite lovely.

Dredd: How Far Down by [archiveofourown.org profile] eli - Dredd, Anderson, teen. 17,000 serious crimes are reported every day. How many more aren't? Very them, and very a very interesting look at Mega City One.

Dredd: Some Kind of Resolution by [archiveofourown.org profile] anr - Dredd/Anderson, teen. He doesn't understand what this is. Lovely and sparse. I love how conflicted Dredd was, so like him but so not.

Dredd: A Thousand Other Faces by [archiveofourown.org profile] anr - Dredd/Anderson, teen. This is not a love story. Very them.

Aliens: The Scars That Silence Carved by [archiveofourown.org profile] anr - Hicks/Ripley, mature. Little penetrates outside of the singular fact that they're alive. All three of them. Oh, if only it had been like this. I loved their war weariness tangled with the hope that they'll get through it together. Tough little Newt.

Sherlock: Nature and Nuture series by [archiveofourown.org profile] earlgreytea68 - Sherlock/John, ensemble, mature. The British Government accidentally clones Sherlock Holmes. Which brings a baby to 221B Baker Street. This was a fabulous read. Funny and silly and awful and scary and overwhelming. The LOVE, oh my goodness. The way Sherlock was so very Sherlock but opened himself up to this new thing... so lovely.

Crossposted: http://nomelon.dreamwidth.org/256965.html
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17 October 2016 @ 10:53 am
GOOD! I have a new episode of my latest dumb bromance to watch. Yes, MacGyver, it's you. Even if I have to check how to spell your name every time I want to type it because, let's face it, in this new iteration it should really be McGuyver, dudebromance extraordinaire.

BAD! I'm sorta sick, in a wishy-washy kinda way. Just enough that I want to stay in bed and do nothing but drink tea and cuddle my dog, right when I wanted to finish putting up that shelf that has confounded me with its heaviness and the unwillingness of its screws to be screwed (already changed once and then taken out AGAIN to be dunked in candle wax so the little fuckers would actually do their job and SCREW. ... Wow, I love how DIY sounds so diiiiirty.)

GOOD! I got talked into proofreading a highly scientific PhD thesis for a French guy writing in English. So 86 pages later, my eyes can stop crossing and I'm done. No idea what I just read, but the grammar, punctuation, syntax, layout, formatting and general readability of whatever it was are now PERFECT, and I have half the money I need for a new laptop \o/.

BAD! Umm. Nope, things are more good than bad. I have tea and a puppy (ok, dog but he'll always be a puppy to me) with a full belly having his post-breakfast nap on my legs. Life is good. How you doin'?

(New laptop related: has anyone got Windows 10? Exactly how evil is it? I'm actually thinking of trying Ubuntu or Linux for the first time in my life. Will this destroy me or open up new worlds of possibility?)

BAD! The puppy just got up :(

Crossposted: http://nomelon.dreamwidth.org/256580.html
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03 October 2016 @ 07:22 pm
Guys, I'm having strong feelings about, and don't judge me here, the new MacGyver. It's really bad and omg the expositional dialogue can stop now, and the set-up is dumb and the actor that plays MacGyver has a really weird head and really bad hair, but I kind of love the dude from CSI who plays Dalton. And in episode two there was plenty to ping my... well, not quite slash goggles, but definitely bi-goggles. You know, if you turn your head and squint, which is basically how we roll. And there was also some OT3 thing going on with the hacker chick in their team which I would be totally down with too.

There is one fic on AO3. It's about a hundred words long and is a very decent conversation where Mac and Dalton are fuck buddies, but I read it in three seconds and now it's over. I get the horrible feeling it's going to be one of those terrible shows that makes me feel wonderful things, like Almost Human. But I seriously love Dalton. He cried twice today and he was so strong and lovely and heartbroken. And his eye crinkles put Dean Winchester's eye crinkles IN THE SHADE. Plus his sweaty t-shirts are the sweatiest. And they're such bros. Gah!

I'm also kind of enjoying Lethal Weapon. Also: I know. Riggs' hair is the best. His sloppy boots are the best. The stupid story is the best. Why do I like such bad things? I mean, I like good things too, but it's the bad things that really stick out.

Crossposted: http://nomelon.dreamwidth.org/256328.html
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Hannibal: A Discreet Madness by [archiveofourown.org profile] emungere - Hannibal/Will, mature. Post-fall fic that gives Hannibal on a motorbike. Lovely. Or, as lovely as two sick little cannibal puppies in love can be.

Hannibal: Uncharted Sea by [archiveofourown.org profile] louise_lux - Hannibal/Will, mature. Post-fall, Hannibal finally wakes from his injuries, and it becomes clear that he remembers nothing.

New Fandom: Check, Please! about Eric"Bitty" Bittle, a gay vlogger, ice hockey skater and pie baker extraordinaire as he gets to grips with playing hockey in college. It's so cute and silly but parts of it will just break your heart in the best way. And after working my way through the comic from the beginning, I then saw that there was lots of fic just waiting for me on AO3!

Check, Please!: i'd never want from the cherry tree by [archiveofourown.org profile] milominderbinder - Eric Bittle/Jack Zimmermann, teen+. Bitty's been sent flowers. His friends think this means the guy who serves macaroni in the cafeteria is in love with him. SO CUTE.

Check, Please!: maybe i'm waking up by [archiveofourown.org profile] idrilka - Eric Bittle/Jack Zimmermann, mature. All he ever wanted was to play hockey, to play in the NHL, to win the Cup. This -- Samwell, the team, the Haus -- was supposed to be just a detour, but now it feels more like a destination he failed to realize he's already reached. This is a long, satisfying read (although it did have certain elements that got repetitious towards the end) and gives the characters a difficult but satisfying what comes next story.

Crossover: Sherlock/Kingsman: Smoke by [archiveofourown.org profile] esama - Mycroft Holmes/Eggsy Unwin, teen+. For Mycroft, the most jarring thing about V-day isn’t that it happened. It’s that he did not see it coming. Amazing. I loved seeing the fallout from V-day and how Mycroft fit into that. I couldn't imagine this pairing before I read (and Eggsy does fall pretty fast) but then I figured perhaps he has a type :) This was beautifully written and I stayed up far too late reading.

Crossposted: http://nomelon.dreamwidth.org/256230.html
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