?

Log in

the_safehouse

Fic: Catastrophe Theory (B/D)

« previous entry | next entry »
4 November 2010 | 20:17
posted by: solosundance in the_safehouse

Title:  Catastrophe Theory
Author: JoJo
Format: Story (12,139 words)
Circuit Archive: Y
Pros-Lib: Y
Pairing: Bodie/Doyle
Disclaimer:  Not mine.  No dosh made.
Summary:  From Maidenhead to the Iron Curtain via maths, psychobabble and guinea-pigs

A/n:  This is a post-Wild Justice story which originally appeared in Never Far Apart II


Catastrophe Theory



Tags:

Link | R/T open | Share

Comments {8}

byslantedlight

(no subject)

from: byslantedlight
date: 4 November 2010 21:14 (UTC)
Link

Yeay! Zine fic posted! *vbg*

Reply | Thread

JoJo

(no subject)

from: solosundance
date: 4 November 2010 21:55 (UTC)
Link

:D :D

Reply | Parent | Thread

Smirra

(no subject)

from: smirra
date: 4 November 2010 23:34 (UTC)
Link

Oh yay, new story from Jojo, *grabs story and runs*!

Reply | Thread

firlefanzine

(no subject)

from: firlefanzine
date: 5 November 2010 01:50 (UTC)
Link

Thank you so much! :-)

Reply | Thread

Cloudless

(no subject)

from: cloudless_9193
date: 5 November 2010 18:15 (UTC)
Link

Thank you! I'm glad to have this online too. :-)

Reply | Thread

shooting2kill

(no subject)

from: shooting2kill
date: 6 November 2010 09:26 (UTC)
Link

That's great! Thanks so much for posting this.

Reply | Thread

vic

(no subject)

from: saintvic
date: 10 November 2010 19:28 (UTC)
Link

Really enjoyed this and the way you reveal the consequences of the episode, the lad's relationship and Ross's thoughts about it all. Thank you.

Reply | Thread

Roven

(no subject)

from: roven75
date: 18 November 2010 18:41 (UTC)
Link

Thank you for posting this! I've always liked Wild Justice because it's an intriguing episode with lots of food for thought, and I like reading what writers make of it. Your story is very believable, in character, written in your usual unadorned yet somehow lyrical style which I enjoy a lot. Plus it's featuring protective Doyle, who can resist.

I also very much enjoyed Frank the guinea pig and Jack Craine.

Reply | Thread