Author has written 2 stories for Sookie Stackhouse/Southern Vampire Mysteries, and Harry Potter.
Addendum* I won't be updating Valkyrie because I realized there are about five other stories on fanfiction.net (that I found after starting mine!) that were really similar to the direction I was going to take my story. I'll leave what I already did up, but I don't want to write a story that has clearly been done before so no continuation will be done. That said, thank you for the views and reviews.
My favorite ships are as follows:
Spike/Buffy (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) - They are literally perfect for each other, and Spike has always understood Buffy in a way that Angel never could. Angel was stuck on loving the innocent girl Buffy was, not the complex, sometimes dark, woman Buffy is. Spike is also the sexiest thing to ever grace our screens. Yum.
Eric/Sookie (Southern Vampire Mysteries & True Blood) - Can we all just readily admit how much of a pansy Bill is? Now, can we obsess over how gloriously delicious Eric is? Eric always kept his priorities (Sookie) straight and kept his shit together, unlike short, dark and broody Bill.
Logan/Rogue (X-men movies) - I know next to nothing of the comics, so I am not going to touch on that, but in the movies Marie and Logan had ridiculous chemistry. I liked Jean, but she was uptight and I loved the protective nature Rogue brought out in Logan. Also, probably because Logan is about a hundred years old, the age difference in this specific circumstance doesn't bother me.
Lily/James (Harry Potter) - Although I have read some really good HP fics set during the course of the books and after them, my favorite stories have been Marauder's fics on Lily and James' romance. They're always feisty and sweet.
Tony/Ziva (NCIS) - Their sexual tension is readily apparent, but their emotional attachment is so obvious, as well. Now, if only the writers would see that.
Kate/Rick (Castle) - Nathan Fillion, you sexy beast.
Jesse/Suze (Mediator Series) - Good lord, how sexy is Mr. De Silva? Not to mention, chivalrous to boot! Eat your heart out, Paul Slater.
Mr. Darcy/Elizabeth - The ultimate romance in my all time favorite book. I loved both the movie and the miniseries, as well. I know I might incite a riot with this next statement, but as much as I love Colin Firth (and I DO love him), Matthew Macfadyen was the more perfect, effortless Darcy to me.