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The brothers have upped the ante. Aragorn knows how to handle that kind of behavior.
Fifth of the series; follows Escalation.
Posted Dec 16, 2010 | 2299 words | Comment
Second of the series; follows Defenseless.
Posted Dec 16, 2010 | 1411 words | Comment
Arwen has a chat with Faramir. Aragorn and Boromir argue. As usual.
Posted Feb 18, 2011 | 1176 words | Comment 
A pleasant evening is rudely interrupted.
First of the series; continues in Bright Ideas.
Posted Dec 16, 2010 | 1186 words | Comment 
Boromir doesn’t back down. Ever.
Fourth of the series; follows Taste of His Own Medicine.
Posted Dec 16, 2010 | 889 words | Comment
Faramir could really use some company, don’t you think? And there are so many intriguing possibilities…
Added: Part 7 (Complete)
Posted Mar 05, 2011 | 19195 words | Comment 
Legolas has been conspiring with Merry and Pippin to convince Faramir to take an afternoon to relax.
Posted Oct 17, 2011 | 1891 words | Comment 
Aragorn and the rest of the party arrive in Minas Tirith to find the Steward dead and Faramir gravely injured. Written to satisfy a request from a friend for some Aragorn/Faramir hurt/comfort, and part of the ‘Testing’ AU which you can find in my LiveJournal if you care to read what comes before this.
Posted Dec 10, 2011 | 7587 words | Comment 
Thranduil arrives unexpectedly, Arwen solves everybody’s problems before dinner, Eomer is looking for his elf, hobbits are unhappy, Boromir is annoyed, and apparently Gandalf has shown up with some plans for Legolas and Faramir that perhaps he should have asked them about first.
Posted Mar 18, 2012 | 26963 words | Comment 
Aragorn practices his healing skills on Faramir while attempting to find out what happened to him before Aragorn and Boromir returned; Boromir gets frustrated with paperwork but has a handy elf to take it out on. Follows Hands of a King.
Posted Jun 08, 2012 | 3280 words | Comment 
Faramir returns home on a cold Yule evening to find some strange things being said (and done) in his room
Posted Dec 22, 2010 | 1041 words | Comment 
The King and his Steward are in foul moods; Legolas has plans to be “helpful”; Faramir should know better, and Arwen does.
Posted Jan 21, 2011 | 12182 words | Comment
Faramir finds himself unwillingly babysitting his brother’s puppy when he would rather be doing… other things. Elves, as usual, are good for nothing but trouble. Certain hobbits prove once again that they are NOT helpful. EVER. Boromir is going to be cold and wet and VERY ill-tempered when he gets home…
Posted May 03, 2011 | 9542 words | Comment
Apparently, revenge isn’t always sweet. In fact, seems that sometimes it doesn’t taste very good at all.
Third of the series; follows Bright Ideas.
Posted Dec 16, 2010 | 812 words | Comment
That’s just about enough of that, isn’t it?
Sixth and last part of the series; follows Best Served Cold.
Posted Dec 18, 2010 | 3170 words | Comment 
Boromir has learned to be more tolerant of certain elves. That does not mean he’s going to tolerate certain elves behaving inappropriately with his brother. Well, okay, maybe he IS going to tolerate it… but he’s not going to like it.
Posted May 03, 2011 | 1389 words | Comment 
With Boromir and the hobbits missing, an attempt on Arwen’s life that endangers Legolas instead, and an army gathering at Gondor’s southern borders, Faramir’s unique abilities are called upon to help defend Gondor even while those he loves most are in grave danger.
Warnings: violence, hurt/comfort
Posted Oct 20, 2011 | 41844 words | Comment