nick/monroe, hard r for violence, cannibalism, brief gore
“in hindsight, following nick into forest park is never a good idea.”
nick/juliette, nick/monroe, r for infidelity/sex
i’ve given you my best / why does she get the best of you?
i cut his hair myself one night
monroe doesn’t know how to be vulnerable. nick’s not trying to teach him, but he figures it out anyway.
love like crazy
nick/monroe, roddy/barry, pg
roddy and barry are having issues; barry subsequently goes to monroe for advice.
in the blood
nick/monroe, hard r for character death
written for this prompt: “nick is literally the last grimm, which means he can’t die until there is another.”
nick/monroe, R, i guess, for family angst, implied childhood physical abuse, animal violence, a handjob
wherein monroe’s father dies and he sees his family for the first time in thirteen years. things go as well as one could expect.
remember me as a time of day
gen (although the last line can totally be read as nick having been in love with monroe), R for major character death, the grieving process, violence, revenge, etc
oops looks like i killed monroe sorry guys
breaking at the bridges
gen, hard r for parent death, child abuse
sometimes the most difficult things don’t have anything to do with a vicious murder or serial bomber. sometimes they’re as simple as a blood vessel quietly bursting behind a man’s brain.
the avengers (2012)
bruce banner/tony stark, pg-13
for a prompt on avengerkink asking for bruce having to write letters to tony instead of videochatting.
bruce banner/tony stark, r
written for a prompt on avengerkink asking for someone to find someone else’s picture/scrapbook. of course those someones ended up being tony and bruce.
abraham lincoln: vampire hunter
abraham lincoln/henry sturges, hard r
i am just the saddest person