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Monday, December 27th, 2010 10:38 am
Author: J. Rosemary Moss
Genre: White Collar; OT3
Pairing: Peter-Elizabeth-Neal
Rating: PG-13
Disclaimer: Alas, I don't own White Collar or the characters
Summary: After hearing just how Peter would like to punish him for some shenanigans, Neal decides to take on a new role at the Burke residence. OT3 Elizabeth/Peter/Neal; consensual adult discipline.

~oOo~

I woke up to the sound of Peter telling Elizabeth exactly what he thought I deserved. Which, to my surprise, wasn't a trip back to prison.

I was on the Burkes' couch, tucked under a mountain of warm blankets. I remember furrowing my brow, trying to figure out why I had fallen asleep in their living room and why Peter was in the kitchen telling his wife how badly he wanted to put me over his knee.

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Sunday, December 26th, 2010 08:08 pm
Author: J. Rosemary Moss  
Genre: White Collar; Gen / Friendship / Family 
Rating: PG 
Disclaimer: Alas, I don’t own White Collar 
Summary: Neal tries for some father-son bonding with Peter
Notes: Part of my 'My Old Man' verse

~oOo~

Neal woke up to a wet tongue licking his face. He smiled, but then made a face at the dog breath that accompanied the tongue. “Morning, Satch.”

He pet the dog for a few minutes and scratched behind his ears. But then he sat up and furrowed his brow, trying to figure out how best to handle Peter for the day.

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Wednesday, December 22nd, 2010 08:02 pm
Author: J. Rosemary Moss
Genre: White Collar; OT3, asexual Neal
Pairing: Peter-Elizabeth-Neal
Rating: PG-13
Disclaimer: Alas, I don't own White Collar or the characters
Summary: Peter wants to fix something that's not broken . . .(This story is a response to an
LJ Collar Kink prompt. I've prettied it up and reposted it here!)

~oOo~

Peter yawned as he walked out of the elevator onto his floor. He almost wished he could turn around now and head back to Brooklyn—and his bed. He had to stop staying up to watch extra innings.

“Morning, Peter.”

He blinked. Neal was already at his desk. “Morning, Neal. Come on up with me,” he added nodding at his office. “We’ve got a new mortgage case to work on.”

Neal groaned as he stood up and then fell in step beside him.

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Friday, November 26th, 2010 08:58 pm
Author: J. Rosemary Moss
Genre: White Collar; Friendship and/or Pre-slash
Pairing: Peter-Neal
Rating: PG-13
Disclaimer: Alas, I don't own White Collar or the characters
Summary: Peter begins the evening staking out Neal Caffrey--and ends it with a drunken suspect on his hands.

~oOo~

Peter Burke didn’t often smile on a stake out. Especially a pointless stake out like this one. Neal Caffrey was too damn clever a suspect to reveal anything. Still, Peter had to cover all his bases, even knowing the best he could hope for was a glimpse of some compatriot apart from the girlfriend.

So he frowned as he watched the entrance to Caffrey’s new place. The kid had rented himself a second floor apartment in a half-way decent section of Queens. Well, better staking him out here than in San Diego; at least Peter was closer to home.

He hadn’t bothered to hide the stake out from Caffrey--he had too much respect for his intelligence--so he wasn’t surprised when Caffrey gave him a playful salute as he walked out of his apartment toward the convenience store down the block. In fact, the salute even drew a small smile from him. Had to give the kid points for his audacity.

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Saturday, September 4th, 2010 06:19 pm
Author: J. Rosemary Moss
Genre: White Collar; Gen/Friendship 
Rating: PG 
Disclaimer: Alas, I don't own White Collar or the characters
Summary: Neal refuses to take his GED, regardless of the consequences.
Notes: Part of my 'My Old Man' verse

~oOo~


Peter beckoned to Neal and watched the ex-con glide into his office. He leaned forward on his desk as Neal folded himself into the chair opposite him with a casual and enviable grace.

Peter shook his head just a little and then went straight to business. “I made an appointment for you,” he began, sliding a folder across the desk. “The test is next month, but we can change the date if you want more time to brush up.”

Neal blinked at the folder, but didn’t lay a finger on it. “Test? Since when does the Bureau have me testing?”

“Since we found out that you didn’t complete high school.”

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Friday, September 3rd, 2010 12:12 am
Author: J. Rosemary Moss
Genre: White Collar; Gen/Friendship 
Rating: PG 
Disclaimer: Alas, I don't own White Collar or the characters
Summary: Neal has a surprising idea of what Peter owes him.
Notes: Part of my 'My Old Man' verse

~oOo~

“So how do you like Peter as a Dad?” El asked, clinking her beer bottle against Neal’s.

Neal grinned. “You’re not upset about that, are you?”

She laughed as she unscrewed the cap. They were sitting out on the front steps, enjoying the sunshine and all the commotion of the block party. Everything seemed perfect. Or almost perfect. She had this feeling in the back of her brain that Neal wasn't quite ok.

“What?” she asked, keeping her voice light and teasing. “Upset that you conned our whole block into thinking that Peter got some poor girl pregnant when he was a teenager?”

“In fairness I only conned your next door neighbor, Mrs. Murphy,” Neal corrected. “She did the rest.”

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