4 Works in Richard Brook/Sherlock Holmes
My version of Reichenbach and the events that followed it with a peek into the two years when Sherlock was thought to be dead.
Drama, porn, angst (especially for John), violence and surprises. Hope I have not missed anything.
Contains various triggers, though Sheriarty implies no harm. Consider yourself warned.
All feedback is highly appreciated and stored jealously in the vaults of my heart and my mind palace.
- Part 1 of The Binary Code
The next day Richard woke up to a messy room with a stranger standing in front of him. He felt a stinging pain in his knee as he stood up. He noticed that his jeans were ripped and there were bite marks with blood dripping from the incisions.
“So you’re the screamer,” Said the stranger. The boy was about fifteen, the same as Richard. He had dark brown curly hair. The boy also had high cheekbones, which Jim saw immediately. The boy was quite tall and he scared Richard.
“Y-Yes… why?” He asked, sitting on his bed shakily.
“Well first, you’re annoying. Second, I needed to see if I was right about my deductions. Third, because I heard the other nurses talking about you in the hall. I heard that your name is Richard. I’m Sherlock Holmes.” The boy said, quite quickly.
20 Mar 2013
While John is in yet another ill-fated date, Sherlock whose boredom is getting the better of him decided to go the secret place where he hides the smart phone he uses to contact his favorite spider and second in command: Richard Brook.
The kind hearted blogger's earlier-than-anticipated return forced the consulting detective to face the man before he could actually push under his Moriarty's persona, so John may get to his usual rant about his girl accusing him of desiring the younger man an answer he didn't want or was ready to receive.
28 Jun 2012
Written for this prompt. They were never a couple. But John somehow got used to thinking that he’d be living with Sherlock for a long, long time… Then this guy, Richard Brook, showed up – and everything went wrong.
Angst and a murder case ensue.