Homecoming -For Eric-Trinity sighed, seeing the familiar door of her home. Moonbringer.. She lay her hand againest the door, Home..
Her keys jangled as she pulled them out of her pocket, her hands shaking as she unlocked the door to the bar. Looking around, she saw how late it was and placed the keys on the bar, breathing in the scent.
She bit her lip, looking at the ring on her finger, thinking back. Shed been gone for months. Jon may not even want her anymore. Tucking her red hair back, she stood straighter, and took the staircase up to their room.
She cracked the door, seeing him laying on the soft purple covers, his chest rising and falling as he slept. She felt her own heart skip a beat, as she opened the door wider, then closed it with a quiet click. She moved silently around the bed, to sit on the edge.
It took her a minutes to work up the courage to touch his cheek with her fingertips, nearly crying to have him by her again.
His eyes o
Dirt Tracks pt. 1Hope woke up, in complete darkness, but hearing breathing beside her. It took her a few moments to shake the fog from her head, and realize she was strapped in to something. Blinking, she put her hands over her chest, feeling what seemed to be a belt. A seatbelt.
Slowly her mind woke up, and the last few memories slammed into her full force. She and Addy had been jumped, Addy had been shot in the arm, and Hope had tried to move her out of the new building she'd rented for her office.
Undoing the belt, she slid a hand into her pocket, breaking a glow stick that looked like a simple pen. So far, no intelligent bad guy had taken it from her. The bright white glow lit up the inside of a car, and the fact they were buried in dirt.
She moved the light slowly, checking for any one else in the car, before moving to the back and sitting on the floor, gently touching Addy's head.
The blonde groaned, and Hope bit back a smile. "I know, I know. It hurts. Hang on."
She was whispering and d
Last Minute JittersIt had taken Chase ten minutes to track down where Solstice was, because at Mabs, there were always more rooms and secret places.
He knocked on the door, opening it to reveal two attendants to Solstice, who were just finishing dressing her in the off shoulder, white wedding dress with soft silver accents throughout. Her hair was pulled back with a silver comb, engraved in Fae, with the date and her and Twitch's name, giving it a special meaning.
She turned with a soft smile, golden eyes peeked up at him. "Hi Chase." She looked at her attendants then, "Go on. I'm as ready as you can make me. Thank you."
The two left after each pecked one of her cheeks, smiling warmly to Chase, who they'd gotten to know a little better over the week. He wasn't as scary as they'd thought he'd be.
Once they were gone, Chase closed the door and sat beside her on her bench, Solstice hand resting on his, though her own shook.
He took his hand away, putting his arm around her in a hug. "Why are you shaking? Yo
A letter for her loveCharity was thinking about him, and Tosh saw it. So as she, Ianto, Jack and Gwen and Owen left for another job, she put a pen and paper in front of her new friend.
"Write it out. Even if you never send it. I promise, it helps."
She pat Charity's shoulder, then left quickly.
Charity picked up the pen, staring down at the lined paper, before she began writing in small, round letters.
Yes, even after all this time, that one word fits you the best. Dearest. I am not dead. Well, not anymore. I came through a rift, and somehow, I landed in Cardiff. Don't worry, I am safe where I am. I even made friends with my rescuers.
Everyday that I wake up here, I am able to remember more. The time you said you wanted to buy me something for my birthday, and I told you no, you had to make it, so it would be unique. You showed up with a spoon ring, engraved with my initials, and Japanese symbols on the underside, I didn't understand. I wish I'd made you translate.
That was also the first night
Syndication. It's a bitch.Unable to sleep, alot on her mind, Charity wrapped herself up in her robe, and walked to the hub.
She'd been thinking, and now she needed some more information, or least, someone to bounce ideas off of, that understood her.
Logging into her computer, she tapped the screen to call Jack. After a few tries, he answered, still have covered in suds from the shower, and surprised to see Charity up at her time.
"Go finish." She said softly, "I'll wait. I need to bounce a few ideas your way."
Minutes later he was more presentable, dressed in his typical button down shirt and pants with brown suspenders. He moved his system to the desk, asking with a faint smirk.
"So m'lady, why are you not curled up with your samurai?"
She half smiled, "You know why. I'm like you, something digs into my mind, I can't sleep." Her eyes, shone with worry, easily readable over the screen.
"Alright, well tell me." Jack said, "Dr. Jack is listening."
"I was thinking. Hope really couldn't have been the target, so it