A story in the plot arc begun in The Song of the Steward and the King. Third year of the fourth era: Faramir is struggling to balance his roles as Steward of Gondor and Prince of Ithilien. Political demands of the present and ghosts from the past come into conflict with the desires of Faramir’s heart.
Major roles for Aragorn, Éowyn, Arwen, Legolas, and Imrahil, with very cute guest appearances by Elboron and Eldarion.
Warnings: Sex, polyamory, angst, politics, economics. Lots of economics! It's long - over 30,000 words.
Posted Jun 08, 2007 | 33354 words | Comment 
In the year after the war, Faramir and Aragorn are working hard to get Gondor on its feet again. As they struggle with the hardships, they also struggle to find the meaning behind the love that binds them and their families together. Faramir’s POV. Overall themes: politics, mysticism, love, friendship.
Warnings: Some chapters contain graphic sexuality in the context of loving relationships (Faramir/Aragorn and/or Eowyn) and the overall ethos is polyamorous (there's enough love to go around).
Posted Mar 19, 2006 | 33287 words | Comment