Author: J. Rosemary Moss Genre: Sherlock Holmes; slash; pre-slash Rating: PG-13 Pairing: Holmes / OMC; Holmes / Watson pre-slash? Disclaimer: Alas, I don’t own Sherlock Holmes Summary: I swiveled in my chair to face him—but stopped cold as I recognized the fellow. Of course I recognized him. How could I forget him? I had given my greatest performance, to date, in his rooms at Baker Street.
Part One: Jonathan Daniels
“Come in,” I called out, answering the knock on the door that led to my cramped dressing room. Not that I was complaining about the tight quarters, mind. The room was a luxury for this little theatre—and at least my portrayal of the ruthless and cunning Prince Hal rated some privacy.
A tall man with a keen pair of grey eyes stepped inside. I stared at him through my mirror as I removed the last of that ghastly rouge I wear on stage. He wasn't a member of our company. Had he sought me out to compliment my performance?
Author: J. Rosemary Moss Genre: Star Trek TOS, pre-slash, Holiday Fic (St. Patrick’s Day) Pairing: Spock-McCoy Rating: PG Summary: McCoy must explain the behavior of inebriated humans to a certain Vulcan...
McCoy cautiously opened one eye, groaning a little from the effort. His vision was surprisingly steady, however, considering his hangover, so he opened the other eye as well. That earned him a decent view of the wall he was facing. So far so good—he might even be able to ease himself to a sitting position.
Author: J. Rosemary Moss Genre:White Collar; Friendship and/orPre-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.
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.
Author: J. Rosemary Moss Genre:Star Trek TOS; Gen/Friendship/Pre-Slash Rating: PG Disclaimer: Alas, I don't own Star Trek or the characters Summary: In the wake of Kirk's death, Spock and McCoy discuss the legacy of McCoy housing Spock's katra ~oOo~
Spock stepped into the hotel, almost grateful for a haven from the bleak, oppressive rain outside. He did not waste time in the lobby, however, but went directly to the concierge for the number of Dr. McCoy's room. Then he made his way to the proper floor.
Author: J. Rosemary Moss Genre:White Collar; Pre-slash Pairing: Peter-Neal Rating: PG-13 Disclaimer: Alas, I don't own White Collar or the characters Summary: Neal teaches Peter how to seduce a mark . . . er, suspect.
Neal had to tread carefully; Peter looked like he was about to bolt.
Peter usually made himself at home in Neal's rooms. He'd barge in with a six pack and a bottle of wine. Then he'd kick back and try to convince Neal to watch a game with him.
Not tonight. Neal had all but dragged him here--and the agent still looked like he'd rather be sentenced to an eternity without baseball than remain a moment longer. Worse, he was pacing the floor and wringing his hands.
Neal rolled his eyes as he walked over to his fridge and pulled out a beer for his friend. "Peter, calm down. This will be simple. I'm just going to give you some pointers."