Summary: This is a series of Stargate stories, with the first and fourth story crossover with HtLJ. In story one, Daniel has to pay the God of War Ares penance for Jack's smart mouth. Each story will have different warnings. Will eventually be Jack/Daniel. Fandoms:Stargate/HerculesCharacters: None Genres: Slash Warnings: Non-con, m/m Challenges: None Series: None Chapters: 4 Completed: No
Word count: 30212
Summary: Aragorn teaches Legolas and Gimli how to get along Fandoms:The Lord Of The RingsCharacters: None Genres: General Warnings: Domestic Discipline, Spanking Challenges: None Series: None Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Word count: 1738
Summary: A missing scene for Finding Nimmo, the slashiest episode ever. Denny and Alan awake embracing in a small bed. Denny asks Alan what he's doing in his bed. Alan says he got scared and that he found Denny's pig nosises (that Denny said that he did during sex) soothing and his snoring rhythmic. Alan said he laid down to calm himself. This is what really happened after Alan laid down and before they awoke in each others arms. Fandoms:slash fictionCharacters: Alan Shore, Denny Crane, Denny Crane/Alan Shore Genres: Slash Warnings: Masturbation Challenges: None Series: None Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Word count: 751
Summary: Note: Spoilers for Boston Legal Episode Loose Lips where Alan pleads the case of a Santa fired because he is a transvestite and gay. Brad suggests a bet with Alan, that if Alan wins the case, Brad will be his elf for the day and if Alan loses the bet, then Alan will be Brad's elf for the day. Unknown to Alan, Brad asks a clerk to make sure that the case goes before a bigoted judge, but Alan is able to pull a rabbit from his hat and wins the case. So Brad ends up in the elf costume, complete with bells.
Acknowledgments: Thanks to my betas: Janice, fiona, and Ellen
Fandoms:slash fictionCharacters: Alan, Brad, Denny Crane Genres: Slash Warnings: D/s, First Time, graphic sex, HolidayFic, Humor, Kinks, slash, Spanking, Kink - Threesome, Kink - Toy Play Challenges: None Series: None Chapters: 6 Completed: Yes
Word count: 8088
Summary: God of Love Ares cheers up Sun God Hephaestus when Aphrodite marries Zeus after events of HTLJ episode Stranger in a Strange World. Fandoms:slash fictionCharacters: None Genres: Slash Warnings: slash Challenges: None Series: None Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Word count: 2096
Summary: For Underthemistletoe Day 8 on Livejournal. Take any character an actor has played and cross him/her over with another character that actor has played in a story. For those that might not have seen it, Alan Shore wasn't the first lawyer James Spader played. He was E Edward Grey on the movie, Secretary. He played a lawyer who liked to spank his secretary. Fandoms:Boston Legal, Boston Legal/Secretary, SecretaryCharacters: Alan, Denny Crane, E. Edward Grey Genres: General Warnings: Spanking Challenges: None Series: None Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Word count: 2207
Summary: Ares gets revenge on Xena after the events of XWP episode Amphipolis Under Siege with a little help from Morpheus Fandoms:hetero fictionCharacters: None Genres: Hetero Warnings: Fantasy, het, Masturbation, Dark Themes Challenges: None Series: None Chapters: 2 Completed: Yes
Word count: 4665
Summary: Giving your partner Viagra for Christmas wasn't the brightest idea - or was it?
Day twelve for the Slash Advent Calendar Fandoms:slash fictionCharacters: Denny Crane/Alan Shore Genres: Slash Warnings: First Time, friendship, Language Challenges: None Series: None Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Word count: 3148
Published: 12/30/05 Updated: 12/30/05
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