Author has written 5 stories for Alex Cross series, and CSI: New York.
Hello. It seems as though you've stumbled upon my profile. Well, most of it is story and character description, but why not a bit about me?
-Sammi. No this is not my real name. What reason do I have to give you my real name? Buy me a drink first, then maybe you'll get it.
How old am I?
- I am a nine-hundred and something year old timelord. Ok, no I lied. I am a one thousand something year old dimension crosser. Difference? I don't need a TARDIS to do what I want.
Where do I live?
- In a box. How would you know if I didn't? I could just secretly have a computer in my box for all you know.
Movies or TV?
- I like them both.
-I listen to lots of it.
Well now. I think thats enough on me. Have fun reading any of my stories if you so choose too. And should you decide to, I would truly appreciate the feed back, if you would be so kind. Thanks.
CSI: NY Drabbles: Just an on-going series of small drabbles with the CSI New York characters and my OC Pairings. Most of them have no real plot or any connection to my other stories, except for Numb.
Cookies: Features my OC/Don F. pairing. Don learns that Elliot should NEVER go shopping hungry. This results in her buying a load of crap that they will never eat and also a tub of cookie dough that according to the package can make around 100 cookies.
Who?: Elliot Sheliz, an NYPD detective, partner to Don Flack, Son of a Legend, is never noticed. To most, she's just not worth it. But someone noticed. Someone cared about who she was and what she did.
Story(ies): CSI: NY Drabbles, Cookies, Who?.
Hair: Light Brown
Eyes: Hazel/Green Eyes
Stature: She has a thin figure, not very curvy, has a bit more strength but not a lot.
Personality: She is normally ignored, as much as she tries to be notice by her boss through her work. The only people that notice her hard work are the people that she doesn't work for and her partner. Normally she would just let everything go and on occasion go for a drink at a bar.
Other: She hates that no one really cares about her hard work. She is afraid that if she gets to attached to people they will leave her in a similar way to her last boyfriend. However one night after attempting to drink everything away she confides this in her partner Don Flack, who convinces her that it is ok to get attached to people and tells her that he will not leave.
Relationships: Don Elliot
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