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Brooklyn Nine-Nine

Sovereign District by [personal profile] raven
Lovely Diaz/Santiago for Galentine's. <3



Family Business by [personal profile] wendelah1
Really nice look at what it must have been like for amber!Nina when she first took Olivia and Rachel in.



write this number down (you can call it anytime) by [archiveofourown.org profile] pocky_slash
When Erik upsets his children, they have a habit of running away from home--and straight to Charles' school for cookies and consolation. Charles doesn't mind the visitors, but as they appear more and more frequently, he realizes that sooner or later, he and Erik are going to have to talk about what happened on the beach and what it means for their future and the future of Erik's children. this is really lovely.

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Avatar: The Last Airbender

When They Asked by [archiveofourown.org profile] talibusorabat
When they asked who the father was, Toph always had a different answer.


The Dark Knight Returns

Echoes of a War by [personal profile] katewrites
Bruce and Selina in Europe. <3



All is near and can't be touched by [personal profile] dotfic
Really lovely look at Lincoln settling into the Redverse.


Snow White and the Huntsman

I hold with those who favor fire by [archiveofourown.org profile] kaydeefalls
The captain of her guard accompanies her wherever she goes, of course, ever watchful, and she sometimes catches him smiling at her out of the corner of her eye, when he thinks she's not looking. She knows he loved her before she was ever a queen, but still, she can't help but take a girlish pride in the ever-growing respect she sees in his eyes. She's not doing this for her Huntsman; but in a way, perhaps she is. For the embittered soldier he had once been, the grieving widower, the angry drunk, the desperate lout. For the women with scars cutting down their cheeks and the children orphaned by endless wars, for the men who'd stared at her white horse with hungry eyes and the Huntsman's wife who'd fought so valiantly and so futilely against Ravenna's desires. She avenges them with every stalk of wheat, every apple and every pear, every child who no longer has to go to bed hungry. Evocative and lovely.

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Angel/The Middleman

A Succubus Walks Into a Bar by [personal profile] st_aurafina
Roxy Wasserman visits Caritas. Perfect little crossover.



The Case of the Empty Eyes by [livejournal.com profile] jaune_chat
When something about a case strikes Sherlock as familiar, he and John are off to Boston to consult with Dr. Walter Bishop. (Spoilers for Fringe through s4; none for s2 of Sherlock.) I enjoyed this a lot, mostly for the Sherlock-Walter interaction.


Firefly/Captain America

Time Watches From the Shadow by [personal profile] shadesofbrixton
Steve has the common sense - or good grace - to look a little bashful now, like that'll do a gorram thing for Mal's opinion of him. "I'm looking for someone - I was told you were the man to come to. That this ship did things other people wouldn't."

"She maybe does," Mal monotones, tipping his head at Inara, who rolls her eyes.

Steve sighs, obviously fed up with his treatment of the "lady." Well, good. He deserves as much frustration as Mal's feeling. "A - a friend of mine is trapped in a facility." He's searching Mal's face, those baby blues suddenly real sharp. "I heard your crew had experience - "

Mal's gun is out and tipped up under Steve's chin before he can finish the sentence. "Heard from who."

To the stranger's credit, he doesn't stammer under the press of steel. "Shepherd Book," he says calmly.
Eeee! Steve and Bucky 500 years in the future! Bucky trapped by the same people who had River and Steve asks Mal's help to get him back! Mal being frustrated that everything is out of his control. I love this so much!

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Sherlock (BBC)

Add, Rinse, Repeat by [personal profile] medie
"I'm fine, you know," Mary says, getting out of the cab. She turns back, careful not to close the door on her dress or Sherlock's coat. "You might have stayed back at the flat."

"Oh, no dear," Mrs. Hudson tuts, reaching up to tuck one of Mary's curls behind her ear. "We couldn't possibly."

"Not when there's a chance you might strangle them both," Molly says with a smile. "You'll need Mrs. Hudson for alibi and I'll deal with the evidence, of course."

"Arrested on your wedding day," Mrs. Hudson shakes her head. "It's going to take some doing to charm themselves out of this one."

Mary laughs. "Not really, but I'm not going to tell them that. More fun this way."
Mary keeps bailing John and Sherlock out of jail. It has its rewards. Hee! This is adorable.



Wheelin' and Dealin' by [anonymous]
The rain hits the earth like fallen nails, a clang and batter against the pavement. Broyles flicks his collar against the chill, the brief flare of a match warming his fingertips. His dancing shoes are slick with wet, the puddles at his feet a reflected one-two jab of red and blue light. He breathes out and watches as Nina approaches, moving past his patrol car and entering the pedestrian tunnel. Sharp doesn't hustle, her steps short, powered, never rushed, as if the rain wouldn't dare dampen her over-priced suits and leather shoes. Perfect bit of Sharp/Broyles noir nihilism set in the Brown Betty-verse.



The Quieter You Become by [archiveofourown.org profile] bayloriffic
"Is this that thing where you pretend to be somewhere else?" she asks, annoyed.

He opens his eyes and looks at her like he's surprised. "Yeah," he says. "It is that thing."

Dani nods and waits until he closes his eyes again. "That mean you don't want to be here with me?"

Charlie sits up straight, pushing his sunglass up on to his head and blinking at her. "No," he says. "I want to be here with you."
Sharp, subtle story set after the series finale. The dialogue sounds just like the show.

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The Big Bang Theory

The Paladin Protocol by SpaceAnJL
Long, satisfying, if a little overly repetitive (and full of unnecessary emotional exposition) story that takes what Leonard and the others did to Sheldon's research seriously, as a cruel "joke" that had serious consequences, and melds that with a lovely, believable burgeoning Penny/Sheldon romance.


Parasol Protectorate

Corps-a-Corps by [archiveofourown.org profile] violet_quill
Biffy and Lyall fence. Nicely subtexty.



Olivia... In the Bathroom... With a Razor by [archiveofourown.org profile] ziparumpazoo
Peter's always fancied himself as a smooth-talking ladies man with a 'Sweetheart' thrown in here or there to either charm or provoke, depending on his target, but he's starting to suspect Olivia prefers more of a James Garner over his Humphrey Bogart act. I enjoyed this a lot.



these are the days of miracle and wonder by [personal profile] raven

There are women everywhere on the Mall, camped out and lined up and standing holding their signs: Women Need Constitutional Equality Now; Say Yes to the ERA. Hawkeye's stuffing ballot boxes for it up in Maine now. When they first started organising he sent her a cheque with an obscene message on the back; Margaret cashed it for the VA and sent him a note, put that damn mouth where your money is, Pierce. She misses him. *sniffle* Hawkeye et al, before, during, after. This is like checking in with old friends to see what they've been up to while you've been apart. Lovely.

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Battlestar Galactica

The name of this story is your name by [livejournal.com profile] beccatoria
You are a Cylon. Ellen Tigh tries to explain it to you, before she dies, coughing in the smoke of the campfire; weak as Laura Roslin was at the end.

"The Five," she says. "We were born. We grow old. We die. The replacement bodies we made for our own resurrection were just clones. When we made you, we had to start from scratch. Your cells never stop replenishing themselves. I thought I was doing you a favour."

She laughs.

You look at her and don't know whether she is your mother.

You say, "You named all the others. John and Leoben and D'Anna and Simon and Aaron and Daniel and Sharon. Why didn't you name me?"

Ellen coughs in the smoke. "You asked us not to," she says.

You understand that.
epic, heartbreaking story of Caprica and human history.



Orphan by [archiveofourown.org profile] rainer76
A series of interviews between Lincoln Lee and Peter Bishop, set between episodes 4:04 and 4:05 "I had a home. I didn't for the longest time and then I did. You wouldn't fight to keep that?" Peter asks, his voice so very low.

Lincoln feels flayed open by his gaze, hard as sapphire, recognition sizzles through him. I know you, Lincoln thinks, amused and startled and close to touching. Something inside of Lincoln realigns.

"I am."

They're never going to see eye-to-eye about which time-line is correct, they're going to be forever opposed, and surprisingly, Lincoln's okay with that.
Sharp, smart look at one way Peter's return could (but won't) go.


The Good Wife

Nothing About Ecstasy by [personal profile] templemarker
Alicia gets drunk and Kalinda takes care of her. Sharp and lovely. "You think I betrayed you," she continued, stating the obvious in that way she used truth as a bludgeon. She used mistruths like a scalpel. Kalinda was a cache of weapons in a miniskirt and a misleading ponytail. "I didn't."


Harry Potter

Because It Is My Heart by [archiveofourown.org profile] magnetic_pole
Alice is not very pretty, at least not the way Lily is--she's a bit overweight, with a round face and short, coarse hair and a bump on her chin that Petunia secretly thinks of as the hogwart. But she's very bright and quick to learn, and she's absolutely fearless, and she likes Petunia, and that's enough. Actually, that's more than Petunia has ever imagined. Alice always makes Petunia feel as if something wonderful is about to happen to her, and it's a new and heady state of affairs. This is really lovely, bittersweet in the best ways.

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Captain America/DCU

Star-Spangled Eyes by [archiveofourown.org profile] feverbeats
He's not allowed to feel bad about Steve. This isn't Bucky's story. "This isn't my story," he says angrily to the dark water.

"Never is, is it?" a voice by Bucky's ear asks.

When he whips around, there's no one there.

Fuck Gotham.
Bucky and Jason hook up and try to move on. Sharp and lovely.



as companionable as solitude by [personal profile] eruthros
This story is amazing. It is the Fringe/X-Files Dunham/Scully fic of my dreams. Nails all the character voices and features mentions of Scully mentoring Olivia and Astrid at Quantico and old X-Files cases popping up for the Fringe team and just ALL the awesome Dana Scully and Olivia Dunham bring to the multiverse. ♥



Veritas, Veritas by [livejournal.com profile] moorishflower
Dean feels special, for knowing the truth: that the F.B.I. guy is just this dude who's getting older and who's trying to do the right thing. He can't kill a vampire with only the power of his mind, but Dean knows that he's got floppy hair and a big nose and the sort of smile that lights up a room. Dean and Mulder cross paths a few times over the years. Nicely done.

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Devil in the Details by [archiveofourown.org profile] ziparumpazoo
Olivia and Peter go lingerie shopping. Hot! She searches back through borrowed memories. Her alternate was bold, showy sometimes, and proud of the fact, but Olivia is certain that she’s never done this. That's what makes it appealing.

Locutionary Acts by [archiveofourown.org profile] dotfic
Astrid starts hearing things in the lab, and wonders if she's having a breakdown. So. Adorable.

Volatility by [archiveofourown.org profile] ziparumpazoo
They're as alone as can be with a couple dozen cops, paramedics, and CDC personnel milling around on the other side of a three-sheet curtain of cloudy PVC. Peter and Olivia in a hazmat shower. Short, sharp and hot.

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Fringe/The X-Files

Reason by [livejournal.com profile] wendelah1
Mulder and Scully on the Other Side. Mulder gets ambered. Scully will do what it takes to get him back. I enjoyed the way they fit into the altverse.



The Crossover Job by [livejournal.com profile] scrunchy
Really lovely Sherlock/Leverage crossover. Sophie and Lestrade have known each other from way back. "Why aren't you Chief Inspector Lestrade yet?" Sophie ran her fingers over the letters on his nameplate, "Someone I need to take care of?"

"Please don't Sophie any of my colleagues."

"'Sophie' them? I'm a verb!"

"Oh, you're a verb, all right."

"Do you know what I missed the most? Well - one of the things. It's how when you say things in that low voice, they don't even have to make sense - 'oh, you're a verb all right' - they're just incredibly sexy. It's a talent I don't think you know you've got."


Leverage/White Collar

Twice is a coincidence by [archiveofourown.org profile] Petra
Adorable crossover where Jones ends up with a pet felon of his own, one Alec Hardison. Things do not go as planned, at least for the FBI. Adorable and hilarious.

Jones does not punch him; that would be brutality. But he's tempted. He grits his teeth for a second and thinks about all the cases he's chased Hardison on--tax fraud, messing with international bank accounts, hacking systems Jones had never heard of--and how fast they all turned to nothing. "Don't let him touch anything with buttons or a battery; he's been convicted on two counts of computer-related fraud and those are just the ones we could finally pin on him. He's here as a--" Jones is really coming to hate the word "--consultant."

Burke raises his eyebrows. "I didn't realize I was setting a trend."

"I kind of wish you hadn't," Jones says.

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Singular at the same time by [personal profile] monanotlisa
Utterly lovely Astrid/Olivia.


The Middleman

Camping with Zombies by [livejournal.com profile] hyacinthian
"Why is it," Wendy says, trying to find the power button to switch it off, "that no matter where you go, even the far reaches of the galaxy, somehow, a society will find a way to make really annoying pop music?"

He gives her one of those smiles she sometimes finds patronizing. "The universe works in mysterious ways, Dubbie."
Wendy and the Middleman get trapped in a warehouse by zombies (they're actually aliens, but whatever, they're totally zombies), and they do it! Wendy and the Middleman, I mean. Not the zombies. That would be gross. Adorable and hot, with a great Wendy voice.


The West Wing

The cosmos owns our luck by [livejournal.com profile] gabolange
"Write a book people will read," CJ tells him.

"Not likely," Toby says.

"People used to listen to your speeches."

"Because I didn't deliver them." [...] "And how do you propose I start?" he asks, clearly too tired to argue.

"Use your words," CJ says. "They are no more or less beautiful if you direct them to our children. You're not saying you care less if you speak in public libraries or college campuses or shitty bookstores."
Beautiful story about CJ and Toby keeping in touch after the series. Have tissues handy.

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Spare by [personal profile] chaila
Really lovely missing scene where Astrid comforts Olivia after her return.

What selfishness, to be alone by [personal profile] blackeyedgirl
A brief story about one of the many things Olivia has to replace on her return home. Heartbreaking and perfect. She can't lie in the bed. The sheets are clean now but she can't lie down there and think of anything else but them. It's stupid, she knows that. She could ask Peter where she can stand safely in this place, what she can touch; she won't.

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Psych/White Collar

Fibbie Chic by [livejournal.com profile] lemmealone
Adorable Psych/White Collar crossover. Gus and Shawn come to New York in pursuit of Pierre Desperaux, and naturally, Peter and Neal get involved. Hee!

"Hi Juliet!"

The female detective who smiled at him was tiny and blonde and Neal had absolutely no doubt that she could take them all down with one hand tied behind her back.

"Hi Juliet," he echoed.

"Hello Mister Caffrey," she said demurely.



If You Can't Stand the Heat by [livejournal.com profile] scurvyknavery
"You're staring at Agent Dunham," he says, slowly, enunciating too carefully.

"I'm not."

"Are too," he says, singsonging like they're on the playground together.

She swats him in the arm, more gently than she'd like to. "Quit it, Castle. I'm not staring. I just want to know why they're so interested in this case."

He arches his eyebrow and tents his fingertips under his chin. It looks ridiculous; he's clearly going for some kind of theatrical detective vibe. "You're totally staring," he says, putting on an accent that he probably thinks is British. "But why? Jealous of their cool FBI skills? Concerned that the murderer might be an undiscovered form of extraterrestrial life? Evil genius?"

She stares at him, nonplussed. He gets the point. "If I didn't know better," he mutters, moving out of Beckett's personal space. "I'd say you had a crush.
Beckett and Dunham, being hot and awesome together. Yes, please.

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The Art of Fugue by [archiveofourown.org profile] BlackMamba
Astrid dreams in numbers. She knows that life is all about patterns and symbols, codes that say things, mean things, and so in her dreams she counts because it’s the only way understand it. Really great look at Astrid. *heart*

everything in its right place by [archiveofourown.org profile] vnilla
Really nice look at alt!Astrid.

The Shape of a Sooner State by [archiveofourown.org profile] CherryIce
Nature versus nurture. You look at the hurt that she's caused and the damage she's done and the record of her easy smiles, and you wonder. Nature or nurture, because it could have been either. They are still guinea pigs caught in experiments of purpose and hubris, Cortexiphan bound up in your neurons and her world an experimental maze, identical twin studies with too many variables and Walter, always Walter, the architect and creator of you both, who cared too little to even remember your name. Beautiful look at Olivia, from both sides.

13 Ways of Looking at a Betrayal by [archiveofourown.org profile] RivkaT
Amazingly sharp and heartbreaking look at Olivia, dealing with Peter's betrayal and all the complex emotions her return home evokes. Highly recommended.

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Fringe/Criminal Minds

Immutable You by [livejournal.com profile] robotjen
Olivia and Emily, kicking ass together.


The Middleman/The Losers

The Coffeehouse Crossover Confrontation by [personal profile] effex
Wendy and Jolene team up to fight a monster. Awesome!


The Middleman/Dr. Horrible's Sing-along Blog

the nefarious laundry buddy crossover by [livejournal.com profile] corellianjedi
Really well done crossover in which Wendy does her laundry at the same laundromat as Billy and Penny. These two 'verses go well together.

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Dark Angel

Foolproof Plan by [personal profile] rivkat
An interesting twist on the Alec helps Max out with heat trope - very matter-of-fact about things, with some nice stoical pining from Alec under the surface.


in this universe by [livejournal.com profile] menzjj815
Peter and Olivia, through various universes. Lovely.



untitled Arthur/Eames cuddling fic by [livejournal.com profile] jibrailis
Arthur prizes himself on three things in life:

1) His skill with firearms
2) His ability to demolish any building with only a handful of materials
3) His epic cuddling skills


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Battlestar Galactica/Firefly

Pillars of Salt and Pillars of Sand by [livejournal.com profile] lls_mutant
While scouting for Earth, the Demetrius comes across Serenity dead in the water (aka, during Out of Gas); they rescue Mal and discover that maybe they've found what they're looking for. Enjoyable crossover; Mal, Zoe, and Kara together will never not be awesome.



The Wrath of The Whatever From High Atop The Thing by [livejournal.com profile] amazingly_me
West Wing fusion, where Arthur is Sam and Eames is Danny (sort of). "When you are a robot," Eames says, "and are approached by-- oh, I don't know, let's say a really evil microwave-- with a rudimentary outline of the machines' plans to take over the world, promise that after you have risen up to become their great and terrible and incredibly efficient leader, that you'll tell them not to kill me."

"Is it possible that you're just drunk all the time?" Arthur asks.

"It's certainly possible," Eames says, "but it isn't actually true."

"I won't let the microwaves get you," Arthur promises. "I'll probably want to kill you myself, anyway."

"Good point."
Utterly adorable.



This Side by [livejournal.com profile] phrenitis
Really good look inside alt!Olivia's head. There are a few tense moments, times where lies and facts fill her head and it takes a second to spin the right story. But she's really really good, and failure means a lot more than her life, so those incidents are few.


Harry Potter

The Way Back To Daylight by [livejournal.com profile] trailingoff
Remus travels to the underworld to bring Sirius back. Really nicely done, full of mythological references. "Are you sure this is the quickest way?"

"Why wouldn't it be?" she asked, sharp and brisk, without sparing him a glance.

"Sirius...my friend, he fell through a veiled archway in the Department of Mysteries. I assume it leads directly to the Underworld."

"No one can pass through the veil and remain alive; not even with the bough," said Sybill. "There are seven entrances to the Underworld, scattered around higgledy-piggledy, and the veil isn't one of them. It's just a short-cut, or an open window; a passage straight to the final judgement."

Remus followed her across the grass, his eyes on the Tor, but all he could see was Sirius falling backwards through the archway; that split-second, that knowledge of loss.

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Like the Best Ever by [personal profile] randombattlecry
Olivia smiles down at him, and anyone else would be frantic. But she’s humming with energy, pent-up and waiting, practically pulsing with the effort to sit still. She’s got a gun, and she knows to outrun everyone, ever. Really lovely story where Peter asks questions and Olivia...doesn't really answer them, except the one that matters. Gets the voices just right.

Maculae by [livejournal.com profile] ciderapples
Now instead of John and sex and happiness there were mental hospitals and petrified buses and people pissing themselves 'just a squirt' in her car.

Olivia looked at the little lit-up name on her phone and groused, "This is not my job," except that now it kind of was. At least, that was the impression she'd been getting from the people in nicer suits than she wore.

She hit send and said, "Dunham," at the same time Peter did.

"We can't both be Dunham," he said. "You take today and I'll take tomorrow."
Olivia and Peter, in the wake of the s2 finale, trying to get their connection back. Intense and heartbreaking.

One Hundred Reasons by [archiveofourown.org profile] ShaneVansen
Some of Olivia's hundred reasons why Peter should come home. Lovely, and really feels like Olivia to me. Odd as it seems to her now, Olivia had forgotten the reason why she wanted Peter to join Fringe Division in the first place: he keeps Walter grounded. As far as he's come in recent months, with his son gone, Walter either isn't able or isn't willing to keep working. Olivia's carefully assembled team is falling to pieces around her, and she feels helpless to do anything to stop it. A little over a year ago, she wouldn't have imagined that so much of her life could depend on the presence of just one person.

This is Your 3 a.m. Wakeup Call by [archiveofourown.org profile] ShaneVansen
Peter tilts his head. "You don't sleep, do you?"

Although her expression doesn't change, he's pretty sure that she's trying not to smile. "Not often. Can you go get Walter?"
Six times Olivia wakes Peter. I enjoyed the easy give and take between them in this set of vignettes.

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Can't Get Next To You by [livejournal.com profile] yahtzee63
Peter travels the multiverse to find (our) Olivia. Really compelling read.



The Person of Interest Intersection by [livejournal.com profile] peganix
Utterly adorable Wendy/Lacey first time.


The Simpsons

Very Deliberately Waiting by [personal profile] gloss
Manjula's tone is final, brooks no disagreement, and it makes Marge smile and want to rise into the air. There is such certainty in the woman, more than enough for two, with plenty to spare.

She is touching Marge's hair now, working her fingers into the stiff-sprayed curls. Everything loosens around Manjula: dishes don't finish rinsing, sentences trail off, Marge's hair droops and spills.
Lovely Marge/Manjula story that burns slow and hot.

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Five Things Peter Remembered (In)correctly by [livejournal.com profile] smilebackwards
Sharp, achy look at young Peter's sense of dislocation and the discrepancies that crop up for him after he's recovered from his illness. Really well done.

Frequency by [livejournal.com profile] alchemyalice
Olivia reaches out from the other side, and Peter hears her. Nicely done.

Make a Deal with God by [livejournal.com profile] monroeslittle
Alt!Livia doesn't like Gene, Walter only wants Peter to smile, that is not Ella's Aunt Liv, Elizabeth Bishop isn't going to pretend anymore, and somebody . . . somebody has to set the universes running right again and bring Olivia Dunham home. Smart, enjoyable take on how season 3 might open. (Unbetaed and it shows in spots.)

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Leverage/Iron Man

Nerds of the Earth, take note! by Betty and Emeraldwoman
SHIELD kidnaps Hardison to do some consulting. Hijinks ensue. Highly enjoyable crossover full of amazing nerdery and spot-on characterization.


Iron Man

His and Hers
by [livejournal.com profile] roboticonograph
Tony takes Pepper to Paris for dinner. I really enjoyed this.

She's glad about the hotel room, after all; she's ready for a hot shower and a soft bed. She always sleeps especially soundly after really good sex, and it's been a long time since she had a decent night's sleep.

Tony's more wired than ever, his mind racing with possibility. He always does his best thinking after really good sex, and what just happened has given him a lot of new data to parse. He feels as though his next step should be to repeat the experiment in a different setting, under more controlled conditions. He'd like the chance to put his best foot forward. Metaphorically speaking.



That common consolation by Zara Hemla (zarahemla)
Figuring her out is like looking into a cave he visited once in South America – it went down and down, and at the bottom it was so black it was almost a negative light. Not in an unfriendly way, exactly, but in a way that promised that once you lowered yourself in, you were not coming back out the same person. Peter is kind of an expert on risk and he's sure that Olivia is a risk that, once taken, will pay off in a big way. Sometimes she looks at him sideways out of those eyes of hers and it's a kind of voltage, the kind he's been searching for all his life.

Nicely done mid-season 2 Peter/Olivia.



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