Fandoms are listed alphabetically, as well as the fics within each fandom.
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Ezio/ Leonardo. NC-17. 1242 words. Kink Meme Fill: Claudia spies on her brother making love to his lover, preferably Leonardo. It could be on purpose, or accidental.
Ezio/ Leonardo, R. 697 words. The Brotherhood benefits from Leonardo’s lyrical talents, but what has Ezio to offer in return?
Yusuf/ Ezio, PG-13. 406 words. Mini-Fill for the Kink Meme. Yusuf teaches the Mentor da Firenze a lesson in discretion.
Ezio/ Leonardo. NC-17. 6092 words. Kink Meme Fill: Modern day AU with bubonic plague, chaos, and one immune researcher. Inspiration from "28 Days Later".
The Here and Hereafter
Ezio/ Leonardo. R. 2100 words. “Enough,” Leonardo laughs, though Ezio’s earnestness touches his heart. “I have not stayed here a day, and already you are planning a future?”
“Our future,” Ezio says simply.
Coda to The Road, though it can be read as a standalone.
Ezio/ Leonardo, NC-17. 23783 words. Ezio discovers that there are consequences to his actions, and the road to redemption is never easy. Sequel to kissmytypos work, “Good Intentions”, which can be read here.
Remus/ Severus, NC-17. 14900 words. “To be free of your lycanthropy,” the old witch tells Remus, “you must sacrifice something dear in exchange. And considering the nature of your curse…the dearest.”
Remus never realized it meant Severus.
Lord of The Rings
A Day Without Sunshine
Boromir/ Faramir, NC-17. 21500 words. Flowershop AU. “Let Faramir have the shop,” Boromir argues. “He knows flowers. He knows the business. And he loves what he does, something you stopped doing since mom died.”
Boromir/ Faramir, NC-17. 76900 words. “You are a warrior,” says Aragorn. “Of Gondor.” His hand closes tight over Boromir’s shoulder, as if lending Boromir his strength, tethering him to life. “Is there one for whom you fight? A lady-love?”
In his agony from the Uruk’s wounds, Boromir’s answer is entirely too honest. “A brother,” he gasps. “I have a brother.” In arms, in blood, and in bond.
“Then think of him, and live,” Aragorn commands. “He will look for your coming from the White Tower, and you will return home to him.”
I Can't Breathe Without You (And I Don't)
Boromir/ Faramir, NC-17. 15300 words. Faramir hears tell of a village, forsaken by the Valar, that can bring loved ones back to life. He sets out to determine the truth of this rumor himself.
Metal Gear Solid
Between Light and Darkness
Big Boss/ Solid Snake, NC-17. 2691 words. An unwitting newcomer discovers that appearances can be deceiving. Set Pre MG1.
Big Boss/ Solid Snake, NC-17. 1246 words. Melancholic nostalgia.
Person of Interest
A Lifetime For A Day
Reese/ Finch, PG-13. 9400 words. Bakery AU. “Your Danishes appear dry, over-flaked, and uninspired,” the man informs him. “I don’t doubt the rest of your creations are in the same vein.”
John blinks. This is new; no one’s ever eviscerated him quite like this before.
Proving A Point
Reese/ Finch, PG-13. 530 words. John and Harold find mathematical precision in the discussion of pies and hugs.
Coda to the Bakery AU story A Lifetime For A Day.
Reese/ Finch, PG-13. 8500 words. Always, John had promised—but he'd lied. Set after "All In", S2E18.
Who Needs Tomorrow
Reese/ Finch, NC-17. 3200 words. "There is only one bed," Harold pronounces, in the manner one might use for a catastrophic event. He eyes the hotel bed distrustfully. "I specifically requested two."
Love Is The Rhythm
Sherlock/ John, PG-13. 4926 words. Love is a dangerous disadvantage for the Holmes family, immortals until they’ve given their heart to someone else. Nevertheless, it’s not like Sherlock planned to lose his to John.
On His Majesty’s Secret Service
Sherlock/ John, NC-17. 11645 words. It’s a question of limits, and a fine line that John treads in the struggle to balance his duties and his burgeoning affection for his flatmate. AU where John is a retired spy recruited for one final mission.
Said Between Your Heart and Mine
Sherlock/ John, R. 4552 words. AU where Sherlock doesn’t exist. Instead, John buys a lovely statue in a gallery that looks like Sherlock, and dreams of his constant companion coming to life.
The Wish, Fulfilled
Sherlock/ John, PG-13. 5098 words. A mysterious war journalist haunts John throughout his tour of duty in Afghanistan, urging him to return to London. He disappears soon after they strike up a romance, leaving John baffled—until he resurfaces unexpectedly in a lab at St Barts.
The Walking Dead
First Taste Of Love, Bittersweet
Rick/ Daryl, PG-13. 26500 words. “You have to promise to come back,” Rick says. He is not crying, he is not. Though no one could blame him if he was, because he knows ‘moving away’ means his bestest friend will be gone forever. “Pinky-promise!”
“Pinky promises are for babies,” Daryl sniffs. “We gotta seal the deal with somethin’ else.”
Looking For The Sea
Rick/ Daryl, M. 4540 words. "There was another in our group," says Rick. "Got separated when our camp was overrun." He thinks of chestnut-dark hair and eyes the blue of the Chattahoochee in spring, but these aren't people he knows and this isn't a poetry class. "Brown hair, blue eyes. Carries a crossbow. You seen him?"
And at Abraham's who is he to you, Rick says without missing a beat, "He's my husband."
Rick/ Daryl, NC-17. 63600 words. To me, you are perfect.
Rick’s confession, made with snow-damp cue cards and every ounce of his devotion, had been perfection itself—except his perfect love belonged to someone else.
But spring’s in full swing now, and it’s the time for new beginnings. The first blooms of new loves. It’s the season for change itself.
Little does Rick know how much his life will change.
My Sweet Darlin'
Rick/ Daryl, NC-17. 6400 words. Daryl's heard how chocolate's been considered an aphrodisiac, but damn—this is something else entirely.
Over The Fields We Go
Rick/ Daryl, M. 6930 words. “This is one of the couples-only runs,” says the driver of the sleigh. He throws Rick a discerning glare. “Single riders have to wait for the next run.”
Rick sucks in a breath and slips his arm through Daryl’s, even if they’ve only just met. “That won’t be necessary,” he says. “We’re…together.”
The Dark Before The Dawn
Rick/ Daryl, M. 8640 words. On the road to DC, in the group's hour of utmost need, Daryl finds an unlikely source of hope.
Can be read as a standalone, or as being loosely set after My Sweet Darlin'.
Thor & The Avengers (Movies)
Thor/ Loki, R. 3500 words. Sweet jesus, no, thinks Tony. He's used to seeing Thor and Loki steal kisses when they think no one's looking, but this? This is something else entirely.
Thor/ Loki, R. 750 words. "What need have I for this plaything," Loki murmurs, nuzzling into Thor's neck, "when I have the real thing right here?"
Can be read as a standalone, or as being loosely set in the Where Shadows Lie ‘verse.
Thor/ Loki, PG-13. 960 words. Diner AU. Thor remembers Loki’s first words to him being, “This Hollandaise sauce is so sour I can’t even call it tangy. Did you scrape this off the bottom of a barge?”
Yes, thinks Thor, they had gotten off to a fine start.
To Walk A Mile
Thor/ Loki, NC-17. 10700 words. “Your books on seiðr speak of a spell,” Thor says. “One that allows the exchange of physical bodies.” He glances up, hopeful.
Loki sighs. Trust that the first and foremost reason for Thor to delve into seiðr would be for carnal relations and the promise of untold intimacies.
Turn A Corner In The Night
Thor/ Loki, NC-17. 11500 words. “I will be Loki’s champion,” says Thor. His voice rings through the great hall, regal and bold, every inch a king in bearing. Every inch a fool.
Thanos’ lips curl back from wide teeth, a grotesque mockery of a grin. “So be it.”
Where Shadows Lie
Thor/Loki, NC-17. 30120 words. Zombie AU. “We could call the enemy ‘Walkers’,” offers Bruce. “Like they do on The Walking Dead.”
Thor thinks they should be called Shamblers or Stumblers instead, but keeps his silence. His teammates might take offense to their iconic television show being referred to as The Stumbling Dead.
With My Heart In My Hand
Thor/ Loki, PG-13. 4600 words. In which Thor asks the Avengers for courtship advice, and the object of his affection surprises everyone. Except, not really.