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  1. Rec 5

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    Series of Prompt Fills, mostly featuring Hartley Rathaway because I have a one track mind.

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    8 Jul 2016

    Bookmarker's Notes

    this isn't a wip, it's just a collection of separate tumblr fills. really cute ones!

  2. Rec 30

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    Hartley Rathaway speaks six languages. He plays almost flawless chess. He sees schematics in his dreams. And no one ever wanted him before Harrison Wells offered him the world.

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    3 Jul 2016

    Bookmarker's Notes

    yo this isn't something i'm normally into, but this is one of those fics where you can't help be into it. click for the explicit rating, stay for the best most tragic hartley rathaway inner monologue you could ever dream of.

  3. Rec 75

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    Hartley Rathaway hates surprises — unless, of course, the surprise involves Cisco Ramon shoving him onto his bed and commanding he take off his clothes.

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    3 Jul 2016

    Bookmarker's Notes

    jeezum

  4. Rec 5

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    This was an sa_slash holiday exchange gift, and Hanschen and Ernst themselves exchange gifts within it.

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    26 Jun 2016

  5. Rec 2

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    They have right now and that must be enough

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    25 Jun 2016

    Bookmarker's Notes

    play not musical canon, though it's labeled both. if you're into the play, you'll understand and probably like this.