Author has written 90 stories for Harry Potter, Hercules, Keeping Up Appearances, Peter Pan, Misc. Movies, Mary Poppins, Will and Grace, Parks and Recreation, Alias, Frasier, Cheers, West Wing, and Gilmore Girls.
(formerly pen name Scarlet Tabby)
I'm a law student in California and use all my free time to read and write. I hope you will all enjoy my stories. I love feedback so please let me know if you have any questions, comments, praise or criticism. Find me on tumblr (andallthatmishigas) for more fandom fun and a more personal look at the author.
Some information about my stories:
Truly, Deeply, Madly
Harry Potter. Love story about Albus Dumbledore and Minerva McGonagall. It begins with their very first meeting, her as a student and him as her professor. It leads through the various events in Minerva's life and how her friendship and love for Albus grows as a result. Often very fluffy, but also dramatic at points. This story reinterprets and reworks much of Harry Potter canon material. Rated T for some sexually suggestive material and minor swearing. NOW COMPLETE!
Lucky to Have You
Harry Potter. First in a series of "Missing Scenes" from TDM. Albus and Minerva share a very special Valentine's Day together. Fluff! One-shot.
Tales from the Past
Harry Potter. Another TDM "Missing Scene." Albus and Minerva each tell of a past relationship that helped them find each other. One-shot, fluff (I can't help it, I just love them so much!).
All That Was Needed
Harry Potter. "Missing Scene" from TDM. Minerva has a terrible nightmare six months after the loss of her daughter. She goes to Albus in the middle of the night for comfort. All she needs at first is his body loving hers. Then, when she tells him what bothered her, he is able to provide love and comfort to her heart and soul. Rated M for mild violence followed by very explicit sexuality. LEMON with drama, comfort, and a little bit of romantic fluff. One-shot.
Of Doubtful Saviors and the Women Who Love Them
Harry Potter. "Missing Scene" from TDM. Alastor Moody has some doubts and nerves on the morning of his wedding to Poppy Pomfrey. Albus reassures him by telling the story of his own doubts on his wedding day. Poppy and Mad-Eye get married and lots of romantic fluff ensues! Mostly PPAM, but features some MMAD as well. One-Shot.
Harry Potter. Albus Dumbledore and Minerva McGonagall have the perfect life, especially with the birth of their children. Fluffy one-shot about Minerva giving birth. It needed to happen after ch. 18 of TDM. One-shot, complete.
Harry Potter. Sequel to Perfect in which Albus and Minerva prepare for their twins, Aila and Rowan, to become Hogwarts students and get Sorted. Things do not go quite as expected, but everyone is pleased nonetheless. MMAD, AU, fluff. One-shot.
Harry Potter. A man during the Crusades meets a woman he longs to call his own. However, fate deems they should not be together yet. Our hero is cursed to live many lives throughout history until he is worthy of her love. Long one-shot, MMAD
Victory of the Lion
Harry Potter. Minerva falls head over heels the charming Tom Riddle, who seems to love and value her like no one else. Eventually, his evil intentions come to light. Minerva is trapped by Lord Voldemort for years until she is rescued--emotionally and physically--by Albus Dumbledore, the only man who truly loves her. Despite the fear and dark forces trying to keep them apart, they fall in love and live happily ever after. Angsty and fluffy at points. Rated T for mild violence and sexual themes. 3 parts total. NOW COMPLETE!
Harry Potter. Quick one-shot set post Deathly Hallows epilogue. Harry's daughter Lily is engaged to marry Draco Malfoy's son Scorpius. Draco and Harry become buddies and together confront the one person who is displeased with the union.
The Jester Has Fallen
Harry Potter. JK Rowling did a terrible thing by killing off Fred Weasley. So I brought him back to life. This story explains how. Quick one-shot.
Harry Potter. Molly and Arthur Weasley need a new home. They have two young sons and a third on the way. Two bedrooms in London won't cut it anymore. Arthur finds their new home and surprises the rest of his family. Lots of romantic fluff and some very cute moments with young Bill and Charlie. One-shot.
Harry Potter. A typical evening with Lucius and Narcissa Malfoy. She's upset and Lucius wants nothing more than to make her feel better. Rated M for sexuality. My first attempt at a lemon. They're the sexiest couple ever, so how could I resist?
Happy Little Family
Harry Potter. Sirius Black and Paige Diggory (OC from TDM) celebrate Harry Potter's second birthday. AU one-shot of the family spending a few happy moments together. Dedicated to Indigold10. Lots of fluff.
It's Never Long Enough
Alias, Jack Bristow and Irina Derevko. A mulit-part story featuring scenes between Jack and Irina through various points in their lives including their wedding night, Sydney's childhood, their search for Sydney during her 'missing years,' Irina's freedom after Sevogda, and an alternate ending to the series. Mostly romantic fluff, some angst (but that gets resolved in due course). Now complete!
Alias, Jack Bristow and Irina Derevko. Sequel to It's Never Long Enough. Eight years after the end of the last story, Jack and Irina are happily wandering the world together. They love each other and have everything they ever wanted with one exception. Their daughter believes that they are dead. By sheer happenstance, they run into each other. The family has to find a way to trust each other again and make everything work. Family/romantic fluff for the most part. Complete!
Tale of Two Sisters
Alias, Jack Bristow and Irina Derevko. One-shot between It's Never Long Enough and Finally Forever. Irina cries in her sleep, and Jack, being the loving husband he is, encourages her to tell him what's wrong. Turns out she's crying for her dead sister, Elena, who kept Irina prisoner and tortured her to near death. Hearing this, Jack needs her to explain why she should have any lingering affection for such a terrible person, sister or not. Irina tells him about her childhood and how Elena made Irina Derevko the woman she is. One-shot, complete.
Business and Pleasure
Alias, Jack Bristow and Irina Derevko. One-shot, set during Sydney's lost years. Fits in during It's Never Long Enough, but can be read as a stand-alone. Irina invites Jack to meet her for some business. He soon finds out, however, that their idea of 'business' isn't exactly the same. Romantic fluff. One-shot, complete.
A Day In The Life
Alias, Jack Bristow and Irina Derevko. One-shot, set between It's Never Long Enough and Finally Forever. During their travels after their "deaths," Jack and Irina see Dixon in an airport. Being the incredible super spies that they are, they are able to avoid detection in the most creative and humorous of ways. One-shot, complete.
Strangers In The Night
Alias, Jack Bristow and Irina Derevko. Two-shot, set just after The Passage (during Season 2 of Alias). Jack visits Irina's cell late at night when no one else can interrupt them. He can't stay away from her, but she is the enemy. He needs to keep his wits about him, but all those old feelings start to come back. Angst and romance. Complete.
Alias, Jack Bristow and Irina Derevko. One-shot, slight AU. Sloane is out of the office and asks Jack to check on a Rambaldi artifact. When he discovers that it's missing, he goes to see the one person he knows has it. And she has a cold. Romance and humor. One-shot, complete.
Setting The Scene
Alias, Jack Bristow and Irina Derevko. Multi-chapter fic. The story of how Jack came to work with Irina during Sydney's disappearance. Unknown length, unknown completion date.
I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm
Alias, Jack Bristow and Irina Derevko. One-shot, set during Sydney's missing years. Irina comes to Jack's apartment for the first time and they celebrate Christmas eve with a power outage, hot cocoa, scarves, and love. Fluffy one-shot, complete.
Alias, Jack Bristow and Irina Derevko. One-shot, set during the beginning of season 5. After Vaughn's 'death,' Irina comes to comfort Jack and he tells her some very important news. Fluff and humor. One-shot, complete.
Alias, Jack Bristow and Irina Derevko. One-shot. AU fluff based on a tumblr prompt asking for the sleeping patterns of our Bristows. Whose feet are cold, who tosses and turns, who gets up for a midnight snack? All these questions are answered. Complete.
Happily Ever After
Frasier, Frasier Crane and Lilith Sternin. Set a few years after the series finale of Frasier. Frasier and Lilith are back together and expecting another child. Complications arise, and Frasier and his family reminisce about the good times of the past. Title gives away the ending, I suppose. Refers to events in Cheers and Frasier. Features Frederick Crane, Niles Crane and Martin Crane. Some angst, lots of fluff. Complete.
Ring of Fire
Cheers, Frasier Crane and Lilith Sternin. One-shot. Set soon after their marriage when Norm is decorating their apartment. The Cranes have an argument and Lilith finds that she has to apologize to her husband, so they have some fun. Fun sexy times. No smut. Fluff. Complete.
Caught in the Tender Trap
Frasier, Frasier Crane and Lilith Sternin. One-shot. Set during 'The Apparent Trap' but takes a left turn to a fluffy AU. When Freddy tries to trick his parents into getting him a mini bike, he inadvertently causes them to realize their feelings for one another. But is it just lingering attraction? Or is it something more? Features Frederick Crane and Niles Crane. Fluff. Complete.
The Tension Elevates
Cheers, Frasier Crane and Lilith Sternin. One-shot. Set early in their marriage. Lilith wants to take on more work at her lab, but Frasier wants her at home, despite the fact that he spends far too much time at Cheers for her liking. They fight all the way home, but the elevator in their building gets stuck. Oh what's a married couple to do? Fluff, very slight angst. Complete.
Cheers, Frasier Crane and Lilith Sternin. One-shot. Frasier wants to do something really special for their second wedding anniversary, so he enlists the help of Sam, Cliff, and Norm. As is typical, nothing goes as planned. Still, because I wrote this, the end is perfect happy fluff. Complete.
Love and Marriage and Children
Cheers, Frasier Crane and Lilith Sternin, Sam Malone and Rebecca Howe. Multi-chapter fic. Rebecca and Lilith get pregnant at the same time, so all four of our characters go through parenthood together. Along the way, the Cranes see their relationship tested and strengthened while Sam and Rebecca face the trials and tribulations of having a child without being in love. At least, that's how it starts. In-progress, unknown completion date.
The West Wing
Don't Call Me That
The West Wing, Jed and Abbey Bartlet. First in the Bartlet History series. Jed and Abbey meet for the first time in the library at Notre Dame. He's studying to become a priest. She's studying to go to medical school. They immediately fall in more ways than one. Pre-series fluff. Complete.
The West Wing, Jed and Abbey Bartlet. Second in the Bartlet History series. Jed and Abbey have been friends for about a year, and in one day, they both make very important life decisions based on one very important fact: their love for one another. Here, they finally admit their feelings and embark on the beginning of their romance. Pre-series. Complete.
The West Wing. Jed and Abbey Bartlet. Set within my Bartlet History universe, following Changing Majors. Abbey get jealous of a girl in one of Jed's classes, and Jed has to reassure her that she has nothing to worry about. Complete.
A Family Matter
The West Wing, Jed and Abbey Bartlet. Third in the Bartlet History series. Jed takes Abbey to New Hampshire to meet his family, including a woman who is more important than his blood relatives: Mrs. Landingham. Abbey sees first hand the complex relationship Jed has with his father and in return shows Jed exactly how important he really is to her. Pre-series. Complete.
Something Clever in Latin
The West Wing, Jed and Abbey Bartlet. Fourth in the Bartlet History series. Jed and Abbey spend some quality time together, but they're interrupted by a rather rude priest. Pre-series fluff. Complete.
The West Wing, Jed and Abbey Bartlet. Fifth in the Bartlet History series. Jed and Abbey fly home for Christmas break during their senior year at Notre Dame. Jed spends Christmas Eve with his family to ask his grandfather for a family heirloom to give to Abbey. Abbey is nervous about Jed's ambitions and how they might interfere with her plans and the future of their relationship. On Christmas, Jed speaks privately to Abbey's father to ask for his blessing, and the next day, he and Abbey make their future certain. Pre-series. Complete.
Shut Up and Take Me
The West Wing. Jed and Abbey Bartlet. Sixth in the Bartlet History series. Simply put: Jed's first time. Nonsmutty, lots of fluff. Complete.
Not For Me But For Us
The West Wing. Jed and Abbey Bartlet. Seventh in the Bartlet History series. Abbey's supposed to go to Harvard Med after graduation, but Jed just got accepted into the London School of Economics. Abbey makes a decision for their future and the future of their upcoming marriage. Fluff. Complete.
Nunc et in Perpetuum
The West Wing. Jed and Abbey Bartlet. Eighth in the Bartlet History series. Chapter fic. Jed and Abbey prepare for their wedding. Bachelor/ette parties, meeting the families, counseling with the priest, pre-wedding jitters, and the big day itself. And a few unexpected hiccups along the way. A little angst, mostly fluff. Complete.
Honeymoon and Beyond
The West Wing. Jed and Abbey Bartlet. Ninth in the Bartlet History series. Jed and Abbey have their honeymoon in Italy, after which they move to London. On their first night, they open their wedding presents, receiving a very strange one which they find a good use for. A few months later, Abbey comes home with some very important news. Complete.
The West Wing. Jed and Abbey Bartlet. Tenth in the Bartlet History series. Abbey is pregnant and Jed tries his best to take care of her. On his way home one day, he finds a stray cat in the rain. He brings it home and convinces Abbey to keep it. Complete.
Fathers and Daughters
The West Wing. Jed and Abbey Bartlet. Eleventh in the Bartlet History series. Abbey calls her father and has a long conversation with him, highlighting the strength of their father-daughter relationship. Jed eavesdrops a little while holding his newborn daughter, hoping to be able to mirror the relationship. Complete.
Not Like This
The West Wing. Jed and Abbey Bartlet. Twelfth in the Bartlet History series. After Liz is born, Abbey slips into a deep depression. Life in London is killing her, and she tries and fails to fix it. After the death of Jed's grandfather, she finally figures out a way to be herself again, but it requires strength and sacrifice. Jed doesn't understand until they have a big fight about it, changing their relationship forever. Complete.
The West Wing. Jed and Abbey Bartlet. Thirteenth in the Bartlet History series. During their last few months in London, Jed meets a young Air Force Captain and invites him to dinner. They all bond, and two year old Elizabeth makes a big impression on the new family friend. Complete.
Where My Love Lies Waiting
The West Wing. Jed and Abbey Bartlet. Fourteenth in the Bartlet History series. The Bartlets prepare to leave London, when the book Jed's been working on gets rejected by the publishers. Abbey worries that he might ask her to stay in London so he can keep working on it, but he gives her a gift to show her that he has no intention of keeping them in England anymore. Complete.
How You Get The Girl
The West Wing. Jed and Abbey Bartlet. This story was inspired by the Taylor Swift song of the same title. It takes place in the same universe as my Bartlet History but doesn't really fit in all the way. Jed and Abbey during college, before they start dating. Angst with a fluffy ending. Complete.
An Outing at the Fair
The West Wing, Jed and Abbey Bartlet. Jed takes young Elizabeth and Ellie to the state fair while Abbey stays at home with baby Zoey. The day isn't exactly what they expect, but it features Jed as a truly loving and wonderful father and Abbey as an amazing wife and mother. Domestic Bartlet bliss. Pre-series. Complete.
The West Wing. Jed and Abbey Bartlet. Pre-series. About two years after Zoey was born, the Bartlets take a vacation just the two of them. Inspired by a prompt asking for them at the beach, involving a yellow polka-dot bikini. Fluff. Complete.
The Chaos of Children
The West Wing, Jed and Abbey Bartlet. Jed and Abbey take their girls to a play place. Elizabeth gets hurt, Ellie gets upset, and Zoey gets lost. An altogether eventful day for two wonderful parents and how they deal with crisis. Pre-series. Complete.
The Great Outdoors
The West Wing. Jed and Abbey Bartlet, featuring the Bartlet daughters. Short story showing what happens when the five Bartlets go camping. Jed and Abbey are miserable, but they try to make the best of it for their girls. And for each other. Humor and fluff. Complete.
The West Wing, Jed and Abbey Bartlet. The staff encounters and unexpected hiccup on the campaign trail when the Bartlets schedule time for a 'barbecue.' Fluff, featuring the whole gang from the pre-series campaign. Complete.
The West Wing. Sam Seaborn, CJ Cregg, Toby Ziegler, Josh Lyman, Jed and Abbey Bartlet. During Bartlet's 1998 campaign, the staff unwinds together, teasing Sam about Abbey, and Abbey overhears and tells Jed. Humor and fluff. Complete.
'Missing Scenes' (during series)
I'm Seriously Thinking About Getting A Dog
The West Wing. Jed and Abbey Bartlet, Charlie Young. When President Bartlet accidentally gets high on pain killers, Charlie has to take care of him. Abbey comes up and discovers the state her husband is and takes care of him. Fluff. Complete.
Go to Sleep
The West Wing. Jed and Abbey Bartlet. Set directly at the end of 20 Hours in LA. President Bartlet has had a very difficult day, and he comes home to the one person who can make him feel better. Short, sweet, complete.
The West Wing, Abbey Bartlet. Set during In The Shadow Of Two Gunmen. Abbey's thoughts and feelings when she arrives at the hospital after Jed has been shot. Features Jed and CJ. Angsty but with a happy/hopeful ending. Complete.
The West Wing. Jed and Abbey Bartlet. Remember when Abbey was in a wheelchair in early season 3? Well here's how that happened and how our President dealt with a crippled wife. Fluff. Complete.
The West Wing, Jed and Abbey Bartlet. One-shot. The First Lady calls her husband when he's on Air Force One because he's late coming home and she misses him. Flirting and fluff. Complete.
The West Wing, Jed and Abbey Bartlet. After Zoey's kidnapping, the relationship between the President and First Lady for quite some time. She returned to the White House when Leo called her after President Bartlet shut down the government. This story examines the fight the couple has to get all their frustrations and fears out in the open and lead the way to healing their marriage. One-shot. Lots of angst, but a nice ending, I promise. Complete.
In The Room
The West Wing, Jed and Abbey Bartlet. One-shot. While on the disastrous trip to China where the President is suffering from a debilitating MS attack, his wife is there to pick him up (literally and figuratively) and knock a bit of sense into him. Abbey reminds Jed of why he's the leader of the free world and helps him see that he isn't as helpless as he feels. Angst but with a happy ending. Complete.
Late Night Phone Calls
The West Wing, Jed and Abbey Bartlet, Leo McGarry and Annabeth Schott. After the VP debate, Jed and Abbey speculate on whether their friend Leo is romantically involved with Annabeth. So Jed calls to find out. The Bartlets offer some advice to Leo and Annabeth and wish them well. Fluff. Complete.
Lucky and Honored
The West Wing. Jed and Abbey Bartlet, CJ Cregg. CJ spends a little alone time with each of the Bartlets, learning just what they mean to each other. And they each reveal a little about how important she is to them. Fluff. As usual. Complete.
The West Wing. Zoey Bartlet throws a Christmas party for everyone during the first holiday season of the Bartlet administration. Features everyone decked out in Christmas sweaters and playing Charades, singing carols, and lots of flirting. Jed x Abbey, Zoey x Charlie, CJ x Danny. Everyone in Season 1 shows up at the party and has a great time. Super fun fluff. Complete.
For Your Service
The West Wing, Leo McGarry, Annabeth Schott, Jed Bartlet. Leo has a Vietnam flashback, scaring Annabeth. He calls Jed for comfort, then explains to Annabeth. Her reaction is not as expected, but rather proof of her love for him. Slightly more dramatic than what I normally write, but hopefully still strong, good emotions. Complete.
Resolving the Tension
The West Wing. Leo McGarry, Annabeth Schott. Because I like to fix things, I've figured out how Leo and Annabeth's relationship should have happened, starting after the Vice-Presidential Debate and going through the Transition. Features Josh Lyman and Jed Bartlet. Some drama, lots of fluff. Complete.
How Nicely Everything Turned Out
The West Wing. CJ Cregg, Danny Concannon, Leo McGarry, Annabeth Schott. This is my headcanon dump of how I think everything should have ended up. Short fluff. Complete.
The West Wing, Jed and Abbey Bartlet. Abbey wants to surprise Jed with a nice breakfast, but he has other plans in mind and a surprise of his own. Post-series fluff. Complete.
I'd Choose You
The West Wing. Jed and Abbey Bartlet, featuring Josh Lyman and a few others. Mostly AU, based on a quote (which is included in the story). What if Jed and Abbey hadn't met in college? Where would their lives have gone? Complete.
Gilmore Girls. Richard and Emily Gilmore. Slightly AU. Once again, inspired by the Taylor Swift song Wildest Dreams. Richard and Emily meet for the first time and embark on an unexpected romance. When Richard invites her for a weekend away, Emily agrees, knowing it will be a one-time thing. But will it? Fluff. Complete.
The Way He Loved Her
Gilmore Girls. Richard, Rory, Emily, and Lorelai Gilmore. Rory and Richard are left alone for a while on a Friday night, and they get to talking about how Richard and Emily met and how they ended up together. Origin story of sorts for Richard and Emily. Complete.
Don't You Ever Do That Again!
Gilmore Girls. Richard, Emily, and Lorelai Gilmore. When Lorelai is very little, she decides she wants to go swimming in the springtime. Emily forbids her, which makes her want to do it all the more. Emily saves her daughter from hypothermia, and Richard ends up having to save both of them. Complete.
Gilmore Girls. Richard and Emily Gilmore. Post-episode for "There's the Rub" when Emily and Lorelai spend the day together at the spa and go to the sixty-forty bar. Emily comes home and explains her day to her husband. Complete.
I Wish You Would
Gilmore Girls. Richard and Emily Gilmore. Another Taylor Swift inspired story, based on the song of the same name. Takes place during Richard and Emily's separation. Angst. Complete.
Gilmore Girls. Richard and Emily Gilmore. Takes place after Driving Miss Gilmore. Richard comes home to help Emily feel better after her botched surgery. She tells him about her day with Lorelai and they comfort each other. Fluff. Complete.
The Next Adventure
Gilmore Girls. Logan Huntzberger and Rory Gilmore, featuring Lorelai, Emily, and Richard Gilmore. Logan has a conversation with Lorelai five years after the end of the series that begins a new adventure for he and Rory. Rory then calls her grandparents to share the news with them. Fluff. Complete.
Oy with the Jackal Already
Gilmore Girls and The West Wing. Rory gets an internship in the Bartlet White House. This story is a series of scenes connecting the characters from both shows. There's no particular timeframe in mind, just the characters I want to include during the periods of their lives I want them to be in. Part 1: Richard Gilmore visits his old friend, Leo McGarry, and gets introduced to President Bartlet. Part 2: Lorelai comes to see Rory at work and runs into childhood friend, Josh Lyman, who introduces her to CJ and Donna, and Lorelai tells them some tales of Josh's past. Part 3: Sam shows Toby some of Rory's incredible work, and they're very impressed with her. Part 4: Lorelai and Rory throw a party where everyone has fun and bonds, and Lorelai does a little matchmaking. Multi-chapter fic, in-progress.
The Death of Spring
Hercules. Hades is given a prophecy by the Fates dictating that he must find a wife. So he kidnaps a pretty girl, as any Lord of the Dead would do. Turns out, she's a goddess and not too pleased to be in the Underworld. This story is now complete and 8 chapters long. It reimagines the Greek myth of Hades and Persephone which is taken from the Homeric Hymn to Demeter.
Richard Bucket, of Keeping Up Appearances, finally tells his wife, Hyacinth, the truth about her. Everyone hates her. And he can't take it anymore. As a result, Hyacinth becomes aware of how her behavior affects others and how the people in her life react to her change. Multi-chapter fic, in-progress, unknown completion date.
Falling Hook, Line, and Sinker
I had a recurring dream every time I watched Disney's Peter Pan where Captain Hook kidnapped me, and we fell in love, and I convinced him to stop trying to get rid of Peter Pan. This story sprung from that. Olivia Jones is kidnapped and goes on various adventures in Neverland, torn between what her head tells her is right and what her heart tells her she wants. Captain Hook/OC romance with Peter Pan and Tinkerbell friendship thrown in. Multi-chapter fic. NOW COMPLETE!
A Soldier's Homecoming
I love the movie Bedknobs and Broomsticks, and I was always a little upset that Professor Browne leaves at the end. This story is his return home to England and to Eglantine and the children. Fluffy and romantic and all around adorable, in my opinion. One-shot.
Bottom of the Sea
Mary Poppins. Songfic for "Bottom of the Sea" by Matt Nathanson. Mary Poppins has just been dismissed, and the world no longer makes sense. (I mean really, who would get rid of Mary Poppins!!??) But Bert, always the loyal friend, is there to comfort her. He suggests that they go down to the bottom of the sea. Romantic fluff, quick one-shot.
A Late Night Interruption
Will & Grace, season 2-3ish. I really love the older episodes then Karen and Stan were together and happy. Those two really loved each other, and I think it's sweet. I had a dream in which I was Karen and this general plot line occurred. As viewers, we obviously never saw the interaction between the Walkers, so I wanted to explore that. One-shot of Karen and Stan in the middle of the night, woken up by Stan's daughter, Olivia, who is about six years old here. Fluffy and humorous. One-shot, complete.
Getting What You Want
Parks and Recreation, post "Ron and Diane" season 4. Ron and Diane break up and Tammy 2 comes back, wanting another chance to make it work with Ron. The Swansons fight through insanity and trust issues in order to get to the true love that they know they share. Appearances by the whole Parks Department gang and our dear Duke Silver. Complete.
Lovers in the Night
Hollywood Homicide, Joe Gavilan and Ruby. One-shot for a movie that no one likes and even fewer people have seen, but I like it so that's all that matters. Joe and Ruby have a fight that gets resolved in their unique, sexy way. Fluff. One-shot, complete.
The Ships I Sail (Fandoms and Pairings I enjoy):
Harry Potter: Lucissa (Lucius/Narcissa Malfoy), MPAW (Molly/Arthur Weasley), BBTR/Bellamort (Bellatrix Lestrange and Tom Riddle/Lord Voldemort) and of course, MMAD (Minerva McGonagall and Albus Dumbledore); Mary Poppins: Mary/Bert; The Addams Family: Morticia/Gomez; The Music Man: Harold Hill/Marian Paroo; Silence of the Lambs/Hannibal: Hannibal/Clarice; The Princess Diaries: Clarisse/Joseph; Will & Grace: Karen/Stan; Parks and Recreation: Ron/Tammy2; Alias: Jack/Irina; Once Upon A Time: Belle/Rumplestiltskin (Mr. Gold); Cheers/Frasier: Frasier/Lilith; The West Wing: Jed/Abbey, CJ/Danny, Charlie/Zoey, Leo/Annabeth, Josh/Donna, Sam/Ainsley; Gilmore Girls: Richard/Emily, Luke/Lorelai, Rory/Logan