Dance Steps Series (co-written with James Walkswithwind | website) [direct link]
(Preslash, rated G, based on the pilot.)
LaFiamma helps Lundy deal with his emotional fallout from RoseEllen's
(Preslash, rated G, based on "North of the Border.")
Lundy and LaFiamma clash when their current case brings up some old
issues for Joe.
(Preslash, rated G, based on "Houston's Hero.")
Harsh words exchanged on a case leave the partners even more at odds
than ever until Lundy comes up with a way to let LaFiamma know he's not
as alone as he thinks.
(Rated G, based on "Single in Heaven." This one is in that
quasi no-man's land between pre-slash and slash.)
LaFiamma and Lundy each face a choice. They choose differently, but end
up in the same place -- together.
(Slash. Rated NC-17, based on "Yesterday's Gone.")
As Lundy and LaFiamma both deal with losses from their past, they find
comfort in the present, with each other.
(Slash. Rated NC-17, based on "Bad Girl.")
LaFiamma has trouble learning to balance the separate relationships in
(Slash. Do I really need to point that out anymore? Rated
NC-17, based on "Scarecrow.")
When the case stalls Lundy and LaFiamma manage to spend some time
together, while Lundy wrestles with his insecurities.
(Rated NC-17, based on "Colt.")
Lundy and LaFiamma are reaching for each other, reaching for
understanding, reaching for what they can and cannot have.
Horses of Different Colours Series (co-written
with James Walkswithwind
In the Beginning
The prequel, showing how these two got together in the first place.
Horses of Different Colors
Lundy has a secret which he fears could destroy his relationship with
LaFiamma. What happens when he's forced to reveal it?
No plot and almost no angst. Swear.
Joe learns some of the finer points about the care of centaurs.
Lundy takes LaFiamma home to meet the relatives.
Coming back from visiting Levon's family, living accomodations are
In the Running
Short, mostly plotless, happy vignette.
Left of Centaur
Shensen's mother is missing, possibly murdered. Levon and Joe must find
her, while they juggle caring for Shensen and dealing with their
reactions to what has happened.
Centaur of the Universe
Joe and Levon take a trip down memory lane.
An evening ride brings Joe and Levon an unwelcome surprise.
Joe finally gets to go home to Chicago and Levon accompanies him.
Chicago Is Burning
Levon searches for the people responsible.
A new take on an old Christmas classic.
Joey de Vivre
Joe and Levon get married. After much ado.
White Fillies: Part One
Crossover with The Sentinel.
Centaur of the Storm
Joe and Levon get caught in a thunderstorm, but they're not alone.
Joe comes to terms with one of the facts of life for a centaur.
A Simple Life
Joe and Levon hit some rocky ground.
Joe's cousin Tony and his wife are leaving their kids with Joe and
Levon while they take a vacation. Tragedy follows. Hanky warning is in
effect on this one.
In the Centaur Ring
A brief interlude following Centaur Lines. Joe and Levon go back to
work, and have a normal day. For them.
Foaling in Love
It's spring! You know what that means -- babies!!
This picks up where Foaling in Love leaves off. Warning: violence.
This picks up where Alexander leaves off.
Withers Thou Goest
Jim and Blair finally get a wedding.
A Thousand Summers Have Ended
When You're Home Series (co-written with James Walkswithwind | website) [direct link]
Phonecalls At Night
(Rated G, written by James.)
Levon is waiting for his lover's call, and isn't sure that he wants to
(Rated G, written by Wolfling.)
Joe's point of view during the same phonecall.
(Rated G, co-written with James.)
Joe and Levon deal with the reasons Joe came home.