28 Oct 2007
Detective John Sheppard starts his new life in suburbia and becomes steadily captivated by his neighbor, Dr. Rodney McKay, and his son Timothy. This fic started because I wondered why Rodney never got to be the tragic woobie widower in fics.
Updated: 09 Oct 2007; Published: 08 Oct 2007
"Yes, Dad," Timmy said with patience. "When Mrs. Campion left Mr. Campion for Mrs. Larke. And again when Mr. Tomlin married Mr. Polaski at the church and the church ladies argued over whether they should wear matching or coordinated tuxedos. Besides, **I** already knew Mr. Sheppard was a homosexual." He said the last with a trace of pride, as if he didn't often know things before his father.
"You did? How did you know?"
Now John really felt like he might throw up, relieved only that Rodney's attention was still on his son, and he hadn't thrown any accusatory or horrified glances at John. How the hell had Timmy known he was a homosexual?
"Mrs. Nagano said he had to be, because he shaved his body hair, and I said no, he'd done that because he was a policeman and playing a prostitute, and then she said he had to be homosexual anyway because of the hair on his head."
Everyone looked at John's hair, which considering it was extra spiky from sweat and colored with tan streaks of sanding dust, John thought was in an unfair state for evaluation.
"And also because he was fixing up his house without a woman telling him to. She likes to watch you run anyway. Mrs. Horowitz does too. They always make sure that they're at their windows when you go by. They like that you always run at the same time in the morning. That makes it easier."
*** *dies of laughter* ^___________________^ oh my god, go Timmy !! XDDDDD
*progress in the story*
You know, I love how you explain this relationship. It's mature, well-considered, logical and most of all, realistic. The interaction between John and his new step-son, little genius Timmy, big awkward single parent, and all the possible problems and clash and all... It's fascinating !
I'm repeating myself, but I just loved it ^^
Author's Response: Repeating yourself is just fine with me. :-) I\'m very happy that you like it. Don\'t miss the sequels if you haven\'t read them!
Lorne joins McKay and Sheppard for a bit of extracurricular fun, and finds that it doesn't go quite as he imagined - or rather, it goes as he really should have imagined, if he had been thinking about things clearly instead of "this will be so hot."
Updated: 25 Aug 2008; Published: 25 Aug 2008
*.............* XDDDDD go Evan!!! ;p
God, I love the way Evan got to establish himself as the leader ^^ Oh, and the paperwork war? soooo good. I want the story, please, please, pretty please :)
And McKay and Sheppard's constant bickering... Oh god, they probably lose one occasion out of three to have sex every time, at least XDD
And the safe word... ^^;;;; at least, it's effective X3
Author's Response: They probably do. They just start arguing about something and completely forget what they were doing.
What was the Air Force thinking of when it went with short shorts?
Updated: 01 Sep 2008; Published: 01 Sep 2008
here is the thing: I may not have left you a review yet (actually, I don't remember if I did for any of your other fics ^^;;), but I do need to tell you at least once.
I really, really love your writing!! ^__^
Plus the fact that you still write often, and that you write a lot for each, and that your dialogs can be as funny as your stories can be sad, and so on, and so forth.
As I could continue for quite some time, I will just stop there ;p
Just, believe that I do love reading your texts, even if I don't always leave a comment ^^
Author's Response: Thanks so much :) Glad you\'ve enjoyed everything, I know we do writing it! \r\n\r\n
One day, Rodney McKay was minding his own business (no, really) and doing some routine jumper maintenance when he was set upon by an insane(ly hot) pilot.
Updated: 02 Oct 2008; Published: 02 Oct 2008
funny and hot, I loved it! ^__^
Author's Response: Thanks!