Titles - B
Summary: written for XerikahX on lj. she wanted Cam, Sheppard, Blood & leather. i deliver. shep whumping to come in following chapters.
Summary: Evan rubbed his hands together in a vague attempt to get some sort of feeling back into them. It was winter on the mainland and while he had attempted to dress properly he'd some how managed to forget both his gloves and his scarf back in his quarters.
Summary: Sheppard really doesn't like bugs... Written for the LFWS challenge on LiveJournal.
Summary: John is injured and far from home. Written for the kidfic challenge on Flashfic.
Summary: Elizabeth's struggle after loosing a part of her memory.
Elizabeth woke up and opened her eyes. Everything around her was dark and she couldn't see anything. A terrible headache made her close her eyes for a moment, before she slowly opened them again. Her whole body was trembling and cold shivers ran along her spine. She didn't remember were she was or how she had gotten here.
Summary: John's not feeling comfortable about his decision to let Carter, Keller, and McKay leave Atlantis without him. There may be a few other issues to deal with as well.
Summary: It's not that Rodney blames himself--exactly--but he does wonder if perhaps making Sheppard wade into the foggy residue to rescue his laptop was maybe a bit of a mistake.
Summary: I am going to tell you a story. About Dr. McKay and how he bought an eye from me, and how that one small act led to the strangest night in my entire life.
Written for the mcshep_match challenge on LiveJournal.
Summary: Rodney was reeducated, given a good job far from the capital city.
Summary: Ronon is starting to breathe in Atlantis. And realize he's maybe missed some things.
Summary: Rodney has a few... hmm, esoteric... fantasies about Sheppard tucked away in his normally sacrosanct mind. It's perfectly natural, understandable, to be expected even. Then the real Sheppard shows up to spoil them.
Summary: Return AU. What if they never made it back to Atlantis? What's left of them now?
Summary: Sometimes even Rodney McKay can be wrong.