I love this image. they look like they were caught sharing a private joke; klaus clearly couldn’t hide his smirk and taki looks like he tried to overcompensate with seriousness and rigid posture to the point of looking stern.
Dave Dobbyn sings James K Baxter.
makedeath1oveme asked: That was so good, as angsty as HeII of A Town. I've been reading it over and over again. AII that BIair suffering makes for good reading :-). The three way with Miss Femme FataIe was a queasy chaIIenge, partIy because I didn't Iike the actress who pIayed her, and partIy because your portrayaI of AIex is aIways a shade creepy to me.
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Thanks so much. Yes, Blair suffering. Mmmmm. The three way is the main thing that makes me think that I’ll lose readers, so I’m glad that you could face it - and canon Alex is indeed ‘a shade creepy’ and even in my story I’m no more than implying the chance that she’s somehow redeemable, so any queasiness is understandable. But actually, the working title for this fic was ‘Blair Sandwich’ for a long time. *g*
What if the sexual/visionary connection between Jim and Alex that we see in the episode Sentinel Too, part two, kicked in while everyone was still in Cascade? A canon-divergent AU for The Sentinel.
This is my Big Bang story for The Sentinel. The pairings/relationships are Jim/Alex, Jim/Blair/Alex and Jim/Blair. Jim/Blair is endgame for anyone going WTF about the rest of it. Be brave. :-)
The story is 29,000 words, and is accompanied by a thoughtful, enjoyable fanmix put together by Psychgirl, and a gorgeous ‘cd cover’ by Kernel.. It’s rated Mature, for violence and sexual content, and beyond the previous info I choose not to warn.
This is my fic for the Spook Me community.
Klaus/Taki, 3000 words, choose not to warn. Thirty years after the end of the last Great War, Klaus receives two visitors, one unwelcome, the other very much desired.
Choose not to warn is a ‘warning’ here rather than a default. There’s no gore but the story is kinda bleak, so read at your own discretion, and remember I wrote it for a Halloween challenge.