Banished from Minas Tirith by his old love, Imrahil returns to discover that Faramir is more his father’s son than he could have ever believed possible.
Warnings: Angst. So wet that if you squeezed it you could fill up a good sized lake. Sorry
Posted Nov 29, 2004 | 7664 words | Comment
Posted Dec 29, 2007 | 1042 words | Comment 
Grief knows no boundaries, nor age, nor time. Letters from Faramir to Boromir – in hopes that he is still alive and will return. Angst.
Added: Letter Twelve (Complete)
Posted Apr 28, 2010 | 16567 words | Comment 
When building the new port in Belfalas, we discovered the ruins of an ancient palace. Some rooms was surprisingly well preserved, among them what seemed to be a study or writing-room, where we found an amazing amount of old books, scrolls and letters. The following is by far the most mysterious of these, since ite contains but a few names, and reveals facts hithertho unknown of the War of the Ring.
Posted Jul 31, 2006 | 502 words | Comment
Faramir decides to stop tormenting himself and finds strength and a small measure of comfort.
Written for the 2007 Midwinter Swap
Warnings: AU elements, incest, first time
Posted Dec 22, 2007 | 5350 words | Comment 
Scars from war are long to linger
Posted Oct 08, 2005 | 9911 words | Comment
After being refused his nephew, Imrahil decides on a second prize.
Warnings: incest, blackmail, and a tad of non-con
Posted Apr 04, 2004 | 7700 words | Comment