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Bookmarked by Simienne
17 Feb 2018
Fandoms: NCIS, Criminal Minds
13 Aug 2017
Tony thinks that he has it all. He has a job that he loves. He has friends that he thinks support him, and he has a man that he is crazy about. Even if Gibbs is somewhat reluctant to take the next step. That's ok. It's normal right? That's just Gibbs, right? Not so much. When the bottom falls out, Tony finds himself turning to the past in order to find his future. The last thing he expected was to find everything he'd always been looking for.
Aaron Hotchner loved his career. He hadn't once regretted the sacrifices that he'd made to get where he was. OK, so his life away from work was fairly empty, but it didn't matter because the team was a family. It didn't matter that his marriage had failed, because he loved what he did. He'd lost his wife to long hours and a refusal to have a child. He always assumed some day they'd try again. Then one day a serial killer takes that away from him. Hotch decided there would be only work from then on... Until a passionate, angry man returns to the FBI like the prodigal son with scars as thick as Aaron's own. He has to admit that he is more than a little... intrigued.
- Part 1 of The Series Within the Series 'Verse
No one was more surprised than Bilbo Baggins to learn he was being given a choice: go on to the afterlife of Hobbits and Men, or be reunited with Thorin in the Dwarven afterlife
There was only one problem. Thorin has been in a Hell of his own devising this whole time, one created by self-hatred for his crimes committed under the influence of dragon sickness, and the Valar are begging for Bilbo to talk some sense into him and thus free him.
Fandoms: The Hobbit - All Media Types
23 Jun 2015
Ten years later, Bilbo can't even go to the Green Dragon without a dwarven tourist buying him a beer and sobbing over Bilbo's great tragic love affair with Thorin Oakenshield. Which would all be quite touching and heartbreaking, if not for one little thing...