Fiction

Sherlock Holmes

A Reward of Unwavering Faith

Holmes/Watson. NC-17. ~2300 words. Gunkink. “Watson, I know you have a fondness for gambling, but there is a time and a place and this is neither.”

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Ball and Chain

Holmes/Watson. R. ~1400 words. Watson’s only regret of the moment was that he couldn’t risk the kiss he so wretchedly wanted.

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Bound to Happen

Holmes/Watson. NC-17. ~2100 words. Temporary genderswap. He knew exactly what course of action he must embark upon. “Watson! Watson!”

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Change of Plans

Holmes/Watson. NC-17. ~3800 words. Pre-movie. Co-produced with Ponderosa. Embedded image NSFW. “Gently, gently!” Holmes rocked nearly up onto his toes with the force of it, his hand grabbing in a most satisfying way at Watson’s forearm.

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Games of Chance

Holmes/Watson. PG-13. ~1750 words. Pre-movie. Two-sided UST and shameless innuendo. He had no idea how to go about telling Holmes he’d lost the rent again.

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Gay Hollywood Life Partner, Whatever

Robert Downey Jr./Jude Law, Robert Downey Jr./Susan Downey. NC-17. ~8500 words. Polyamory. Of course being fucked by Robert is exactly like being his friend.

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Jump the Gate

Holmes/Watson. NC-17. ~2700 words. Premature ejaculation. Rimming. Once Watson regains the power of speech he isn’t at all certain he wishes to utilise it.

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The Effects of Proximity: The Sleight of Hand Remix

Holmes/Watson. NC-17. ~1500 words. Asexuality. Remix of lace_fic’s The Effects of Proximity. “His permission to take such liberties has been granted a hundred thousand times over, what Watson believes his body is saying should not contradict it.

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The Sinking Ship of Self

Holmes/Watson. R. ~4000 words. Fusion of book and movie ‘verse. Spoilers for The Final Problem and The Empty House. Written for giandujakiss’s incredibly generous donation to help_haiti on LJ. Three weeks after Watson takes up his new residence, Holmes breaks in.

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The Unimaginative Ingenuity of the Common Man

Holmes/Watson. NC-17. ~7,000 words. Steampunk AU. Despite the testament of his empty wallet, Watson still tended to favour the long odds.

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