Elboron discovers how difficult it is to find reliable staff in Middle Earth
Posted Jan 30, 2013
After Eowyn and Faramir are wounded in Pellenor Fields – the rest of the story is told. There are sequences and dialogue from the books to provide more depth and ground the remaining tales. There are two point of views: Faramir and Eowyn.
Posted Feb 23, 2013 | 13778 words | Comment
Faramir and Éowyn recount their eventful journey from the Houses of Healing to their betrothal at Edoras.
Posted Feb 21, 2005 | 27820 words | Comment 
For the tolkien_weekly angle challenge
Posted Dec 23, 2006 | 128 words | Comment
Aragorn’s faith and love had brought him back from darkness, and Boromir’s faith and love had given him back to life again.
Posted Jul 13, 2009
A new day brings joy to the house of the Steward of Gondor.
Posted Mar 08, 2010 | 1373 words | Comment 
Written for the Summer in Ithilien challenge
Posted Sep 01, 2007 | 267 words | Comment 
A grandmother looks back for moment.
Posted May 19, 2012 | 395 words | Comment 
A band of robbers stumble onto the wrong victims.
Posted Nov 08, 2009 | 1823 words | Comment 
Just a happy day for Faramir and Éowyn.
Posted Nov 19, 2009 | 2092 words | Comment 
It’s Elfwine’s naming day and his family and friend gather in Edoras.
Posted Jan 12, 2010 | 966 words | Comment 
In Ithilien the Prince and his lady are finding their way slowly
Posted Jun 11, 2011
Faramir isn’t Shy. He just doesn’t like Visitors. But hiding away can get lonely, especially when there’s no Boromir to play with…
Posted Aug 25, 2007 | 1084 words | Comment 
Faramir erzählt ein Märchen und Éowyn erkennt sich in einer Figur wieder…
Faramir tells a fairy-tale and Éowyn finds she knows one of the characters in it only too well…
Posted Jan 02, 2011 | 1257 words | Comment
For the Shiny challenge on tolkien_weekly Watch out for abstract shininess…
Posted Feb 24, 2006 | 100 words | Comment
This one is a nice simple drabble. I got the idea when I saw this image. I hope you enjoy.
Posted Jan 08, 2008 | 235 words | Comment
The War of the Ring has ended, but danger is ever-present, as Pippin, Merry, Gandalf, Aragorn, Faramir and Éowyn find out.
Written for the challenge Seven Elements Put Together, as a gift for the archive’s 7th anniversary.
Posted Oct 19, 2011 | 899 words | Comment 
Faramir is suffering. Éowyn acts as any wife would in the same situation.
Written for the Tolkien Weekly ‘cold’ drabble challenge
Posted Jan 05, 2006 | 102 words | Comment 
This is a sixteen chapter short novel detailing curious events and various adventures in the twentieth year of Faramir and Eowyn’s marriage. The adventures and events concern them, their children, their friends, the countries of Gondor, Rohan, Dunland, and Harad, and enemies they did not know they had.
Posted Aug 26, 2011 | 24586 words | Comment
Eowyn and Imrahil get acquainted and settle some doubts.
Posted Mar 09, 2008 | 2433 words | Comment 
At Éowyn and Faramir’s betrothal banquet in Edoras, Merry and Pippin suggest playing a game that tells the participants who their true love is. Just so the soon-to-be-married couple are sure of their feelings for each other.
Written for the 2012 Midwinter Swap.
Posted Dec 23, 2012 | 7531 words | Comment 
On the eve of his wedding, Faramir receives an unexpected letter.
Posted Mar 30, 2004
Éowyn and Faramir – a marriage made in heaven? Maybe not! I warn you this is dead depressing and I am sure not what really happened at all.
Posted Oct 29, 2004
Darkness surrounds her, desperation, agony, but she still is not allowed to die, even now. He has left her behind, and she does not even have a window looking to the East, looking to death.
13 drabbles that feature Eowyn.
Posted Dec 30, 2010 | 1605 words | Comment 
The old life lingers, and the future beckons. Eowyn finds peace, little by little.
Warnings: Het, mild battle imagery.
Posted Aug 25, 2011 | 1314 words | Comment 
Эовин будет ждать его у дверей в их покои в башне, и она будет знать. Должно быть, она чует это на нём, плодородность почвы и мягкую сладость примятой травы. Аромат ветра, кисловатую терпкость лошадей и кожаного снаряжения, остроту трубочного зелья и дымный запах почерневших углей. Она всегда знает, и она ничего не говорит.
Русский перевод / Russian translation of The Price of Love and Duty
Warnings: Слэш, гет, ангст.
Posted Nov 09, 2011 | 17 words | Comment
Eowyn, Faramir and Legolas journey to Rhun to rescue Eomer from a mysterious threat. A four chapter post-rotk adventure tale written as a self-challenge.
Posted Jul 14, 2012 | 5988 words | Comment
After the war, Faramir is ready to move forward with his life, but past griefs are not so easily set aside.
Posted Jan 04, 2006
Faramir sits in the sunshine with hobbits on his lap.
Warnings: probably excessive levels of shmoop. interspecies, slash, het, explicit nonmonogamy
Posted Jun 29, 2004 | 3863 words | Comment 
Faramir and Éowyn receive Gríma’s diary, found by Frodo in Bag End after the man’s death. As they read, they learn more about Gríma and the feelings he harboured for both spouses.
Written for the 2010 Midwinter Swap.
Posted Dec 19, 2010 | 12718 words | Comment 
“There are days when Eowyn, the White Lady of Rohan, hates the King of Gondor for not letting her die on the field of battle.” An introspective piece from Eowyn’s point of view about her life since the end of the story. Rated PG-13 for slightly disturbing imagery of healing, and adult themes.
Posted Oct 31, 2010 | 904 words | Comment 
All Faramir wants is a cup of tea. The rest of Middle-earth has other plans.
Warnings: Wanton debauchery
Posted Apr 10, 2006 | 3377 words | Comment 
Denethor vit et n’abandonnera pas le gouvernement du Gondor sans combattre. Que peut faire Faramir ?
Warnings: UA, mort d'un personnage, violence.
Posted Apr 05, 2011 | 641 words | Comment
Denethor vive y no abandonará sin luchar el gobierno de Gondor. ¿Qué puede hacer Faramir?
Warnings: UA, muerte de un personaje, violencia.
Posted May 10, 2011 | 635 words | Comment
Eowyn will wait for him by the doors to their rooms in the tower, and she will know. She must smell it on him, the richness of soil and soft sweetness of crushed grass. The perfume of the wind, the musty musk of leather and horses, the tang of pipe-weed and the smoky scent of blackened firewood. She always knows, and she says nothing.
Warnings: Slash, het, angst.
Posted Sep 13, 2011 | 2460 words | Comment 
Denethor lives and will not surrender the rule of Gondor without a fight. What can Faramir do?
Warnings: AU, character death, violence.
Posted Mar 25, 2011 | 556 words | Comment 
Short story set in Rohan just after King Theoden’s funeral.
Posted May 06, 2011 | 604 words | Comment
Written for alexajohnson in the sons_of_gondor Halloween Trick or Treat Fic/Art Exchange. This is my first attempt at writing het and I so hope you like it. The story is a different take on the classic romance between Faramir and Eowyn. Tolkien and Peter both seem to believe her mental recovery was quick and easy. I tend to think it would have been more difficult.
Warnings: AU; timelines are off, the story is different, only the characters are familiar
Posted Nov 09, 2007 | 3909 words | Comment 
Neither of the two Kings nor the Steward expected to find himself so fortunate, at such cost.
Posted Jan 16, 2008
Eowyn and Faramir are happily married, but then Eowyn starts to listen to the words that are whispered in the palace corridors.
Warnings: Slash, incest references
Posted Dec 03, 2010 | 2982 words | Comment 
Simple and utterly harmless is how it was at the start. Awkward, maybe, but surely harmless.
Added: Part 8
Warnings: angst, somewhat AU, hurt-comfort themes, implied het relationship.
Posted Nov 04, 2016 | 11904 words | Comment 
“Anything, Eowyn. You had but to name it.”
Warnings: Angst, het, implied slash, sexual scenes.
Posted Mar 17, 2012 | 3299 words | Comment 
The world might have ended, but he would not die with it.
Warnings: Het, implied slash, angst.
Posted Jun 14, 2012 | 4022 words | Comment 
Faramir still dreams of his king.
Written for the 2006 Midwinter Swap.
Warnings: non-con, whipping, ambiguous open end
Posted May 14, 2007 | 2188 words | Comment 
Faramir shows Eowyn a green and lovely corner of their demesne she has never seen. Along the way they discover love and desire can conquer (most) fears. A Ranger, his Shieldmaiden, a cliff rated 5.2 and rope. A birthday gift for Annafan.
Thank you so much to JuneGloom and Wheelrider for beta’ing.
Chapter 4 and 5 now up! Its finally complete
Warnings: oral sex, outdoor sex
Posted Mar 04, 2015 | 14758 words | Comment 
What would you do if you lost forever the most loved person whom you had caused pain but had no chance to ask for forgiveness…
What would you do if your all next life were filled with despair and guilt…
What would you do?
Warnings: Character death
Posted Apr 18, 2010 | 3895 words | Comment 
Faramir and Éowyn share secrets.
Written to celebrate Minx’s birthday. Have a lovely day, darling!!
Warnings: het, mentions incest
Posted Nov 01, 2014 | 2595 words | Comment 
How many times he repeated what had happened in his head he could not make it undone. He had hurt his wife, the one he swore to protect with all his power. He had lifted his hand and struck her fully aware of what he was doing.
Is Faramir really as loving and caring as so many seems to think? What if years of always comming second and never feeling anything else but ‘sufficient’ have become to much for him to handle?
Added: Chapter IV
Warnings: Domestic violence, child abuse
Posted Jun 06, 2013 | 8709 words | Comment 
She’s married, she’s in bed, she’s in love. With someone else.
Posted Apr 16, 2004
Faramir & Éowyn celebrate their first anniversary at Dol Amroth
Posted Apr 09, 2005 | 2177 words | Comment 
Éowyn realizes that there is plenty of joy to go around.
Eighth in the Seasons of Wonder Arc.
Warnings: four people, one bed.
Posted Apr 16, 2004
The Steward’s wife asks him to tell her about the King.
Written with Ashinae. Ninth in the Seasons of Wonder Arc.
Warnings: Dirty talk! Intimations of cross-dressing! Explicit het! Explicit slash! Schmoop! Ecstatically happy non-monogamous behavior!
Posted Apr 17, 2004
On the eve of her wedding day, Éowyn discovers that her future will be brighter than she thought.
Posted Aug 27, 2010 | 6034 words | Comment 
Eowyn loses those she loves and hardens her heart.
Posted May 19, 2012 | 2513 words | Comment 
Returning home unexpected on a rainy night, Éowyn gets an eyeful of the one thing she would have never imagined. Jealousy, hurt, curiosity or something else – which will have the top say in her?
Written for the 6th Anniversary Challenge: Éowyn by iris.
Added: Chapter 10
Warnings: hetero- and homoerotic content.
Posted Dec 07, 2011 | 20205 words | Comment 
Eowyn is not a patient woman, not when it comes to getting what she wants from Faramir. And he knows this. And plays on it! But it turns out to be a game two can play.
Warnings: anal fingering
Posted Aug 16, 2015 | 3666 words | Comment 
If you can love one, you can love several.
Warnings: Explicit slash, explicit het.
Posted Jul 21, 2010 | 6513 words | Comment 
In Ithilien, Frodo cannot sleep. Neither can Faramir.
Other pairings: Frodo/Sam; Boromir/Merry/Pippin; Faramir/Éowyn
Warnings: Slash, interspecies, nonmonogamy, sympathetic treatment of a female character.
Posted Nov 02, 2004
Éowyn comes to understand that she loves Faramir.
First in the Seasons of Wonder Arc.
Posted Apr 16, 2004
Faramir has second thoughts and remedies his mistake.
Posted Feb 27, 2012 | 7483 words | Comment 
Post-war (in a universe where Boromir didn’t die), Faramir goes to Rohan for an important affair of the heart.
Posted Jan 22, 2011 | 7339 words | Comment
Three lives, intertwined in love and death. Faramir remembers two loves lost. Sex and funerals, what was I thinking about? Angst, angst, angst.
Warnings: Sibling incest, Faramir/Boromir, and bisexuality. Slash and het. If this bothers you, read no further.
Posted Oct 28, 2004 | 5887 words | Comment 
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 
Sequel to The Ritual.
Warnings: m/m relationship
Posted Dec 18, 2007 | 23588 words | Comment 
Posted Apr 16, 2004
War is over, the time to co-exist has come. Sequel to: Ignite.
Posted Mar 05, 2010 | 2468 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 
Added: Part 35
Warnings: male/male, male/female, female/female scenes. blood-sports.
Posted May 14, 2012 | 182335 words | Comment 
Sometimes Éowyn wishes she were a man.
Posted Mar 19, 2009