Summary: They stand beside the bed, hands pushing and pulling at clothing in a way that isn't entirely economical, but the frequent bashing of hand into hand as they drag clothing off has always felt more natural, more... fluid.
Summary: Love is something invented for the masses to glorify reproduction and survival of the species. Pack mentality and protection of the young. Rodney knows this. Knows there is no such thing as love at first sight - that there are only pheromones and phenotypes and complimentary personalities - and when Kolya is gone again, that is all this will be.
Summary: Missing scene from Brotherhood. Rodney is always talking. Kolya makes him stop.
Summary: All times of great conflict are artistically rich. The Statesman has often been the Poet.
For Robert Davi, who wanted an 'evildoer with poetry'.
Summary: Kolya has captured McKay... but what starts as an interrogation quickly becomes something quite different. [No *actual* non-con, just hints, hence the warning]
Summary: Rodney doesn't have the ZPM in his hands, but he does have the memory of a sharp stone sticking into his calf and the remembrance of a taste he doesn't want.
Summary: Kolya and McKay are stuck together. Circumstances are... out of the ordinary. So are reactions. [WARNING: Unrepentant, medicated FLUFF]
Summary: Sheppard is grabbed by Kolya and punished. But he finds his way back home and Rodney is there to help him heal. Sheppard/KOLYA (non-con) with Shep/Mckay friendship.