Luck of the Draw
Law and Order: Special Victims Unit/Oz
After the loss of a difficult case Detective Elliot Stabler accepts a deep cover
operation from the FBI that has surprisingly personal consequences.
Rated Mature Audience for language and adult situations. Some people may consider
this story to be slash.
Please read the forward for warnings.
Forward to Luck of the Draw
Crossover Stargate SG-1/ NCIS.
A man with no memory holds the key to three bizarre deaths.
Very mild slash, Rated PG-13, Daniel/Tony UST
Hell, and Back
Supernatural/Criminal Minds AU
Sequel to Defect. Dean's having a little trouble adjusting after his return. Sam's
going to help if it kills them both. Gen.Gen, word count 42,006
Rated PG for language
Dean is finally captured by the FBI just as his time runs out. Gen.
Takes place in the SPN universe at the end of the second season and goes in a different
direction than season three. Gen, word count 39,686
Rated PG for language and adult situations. Warning for character deaths.
Crossover Stargate SG-1/The Sentinel.
Daniel Jackson is a man on the run
from the Air Force and one Colonel in particular. He finds an unexpected haven
in Cascade, Washington.
Slash, Rated NC-17 for sexual situations.
Warnings: multiple partners
~Nominated 2006 Stargate SG-1 Fan Awards: Best Slash Crossover~
~Nominated 2005 Light My Fire Awards: Best Slash Crossover~
~Nominated 2004 Stargate SG-1 Fan Awards: Best Slash Crossover~
~Nominated 2002 Stargate SG-1 Fan Awards: Best Slash Crossover~
Forward to Stardust
Stars, and Dust
Eight years after the events of Stardust, Daniel visits NCIS.
Very mild slash, UST all around
This was written for the help Japan auction on LJ. Val won, but graciously wanted
a story for her friend. So Brate, this one’s for you, I hope you enjoy it. ;-)
Sequel to Hell, and Back. Gideon and Morgan join Sam and Dean on the hunt for the
firestarter, but the boys are injured, and Dean’s not quite over Hell.
Gen, word count 16,384
This one’s for Val who placed the winning bid in the help_japan auction. Thanks
so much for your patience and encouragement, Val. Couldn’t have done it without