Yang Yoseob has been in a relationship with Yong Junhyung for two years. Just like any young couple, they have ups and downs in their relationship. In the heat of an argument, Yoseob says ‘Let’s break up’ . These words accidentally slip out in a fit of anger and frustration. They have broken up and gotten back together a few times before because of these trivial arguments and Junhyung is always the one who apologises but this time round why doesn’t Junhyung try to make up with him?
And the worst part is Yoseob discovers that he’s pregnant with Junhyung’s child. He considers having an abortion but he’s a kind-hearted person and his conscience won’t let him do it. He can’t bring himself to kill their child.
What should he do about it? Yoseob still loves Junhyung so he swallows his pride and tries to get back with Junhyung for the sake of their child. But he is shocked to discover that Junhyung has apparently gotten himself a new girlfriend.
Did love just come at the wrong time for Yoseob or is this his punishment for being fickle-minded?
Fandoms: Skyfall (2012) - Fandom
15 Sep 2013
A year and a half has passed since the events in The Love Song of James Bond and the stress of the job has taken its toll on their relationship. What would Q do to have James back again? As it turns out, just about anything...
As of chapter 4, the amazing Hedwig_Dordt is co-authoring.
Also, gorgeous cover art by thislostcastaway at http://i32.photobucket.com/albums/d19/chibi_chibit/btsts1_zps84210def.jpg
- Part 2 of The Love Song of James Bond
9 Mar 2013
Bond has lost his memory. Q has lost his love.
"What have I forgotten?” Bond asked; Q watched him, trying to find the James he knew.
“Nothing that you won’t work out on your own, if it’s really important,” Q said carefully, before returning every fraction of his attention to the computer in front of him.
Bittersweet by dr_girlfriend for bjobjo
21 Dec 2014
The first time Bond flirted with Q, it was purely out of self-defense.
The second time Bond flirted with Q was largely manipulation.
The third time Bond flirted with Q, he just wanted to feel something.
The fourth time Bond flirted with Q was out of sheer boredom.
Somehow, flirting with Q became something of a habit for Bond.
And then, it became something else.
Fandoms: James Bond (Craig movies), James Bond (Movies), James Bond - All Media Types, Marketplace Series - Laura Antoniou
25 Apr 2013
Beyond the world of BDSM clubs and fetish communities lies the Marketplace — a secret society of consensual slavery and service.
During an MI6 investigation into black market sales of Ministry of Defence assets, James Bond discovers what he believes to be a human trafficking ring called the Marketplace. He infiltrates the organisation as a buyer, but remains focused on his goal: follow the money trail.
On a private Marketplace cruise, one slave for auction catches Bond by surprise. Q is brilliant, ethereally beautiful, and vulnerable. Bond is instantly drawn to him, and he resolves to take down the Marketplace and rescue Q. What Bond doesn’t realise, though, is that Q is right where he wants to be.
- Part 1 of The Marketplace - Crossover tales
28 May 2013
Bond gripped Q’s hair, just shy of too rough and pulled him closer, testing, wanting to wipe that smug look off Q’s fucking beautiful face. “Well if not that, how would you characterise our—” he paused, letting the next word come out slowly, tinted black with implication, “—arrangement?”
Q’s eyes met Bond’s as he very gradually closed the distance between them, never blinking, even as his lips brushed 007’s in a shared breath that was electric with promise. “Mutually assured destruction.”
Wherein Bond and Q can't seem to realize what their feelings are doing until they realize it. Hard.