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    29 Dec 2017

  2. Public Bookmark 50

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    There’s that feeling of losing James, somehow, building even before he left, and now all of a sudden sharpening into something undeniable, like it’s been a premonition after all.

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    21 Dec 2017

  3. Public Bookmark 62

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    "Robbie’s now thoroughly distracted by that brush of thigh against his own leg. It must be something to do with the way that they’re both wearing the thin cotton of pyjama bottoms. Because James’s thigh will often brush against Robbie’s as they sit on a bench for a lunchtime sandwich in summer, or on Robbie’s couch when James sprawls down a bit, and it’s comfortably, familiarly James, but it doesn’t normally cause quite that sort of a reaction when Robbie’s pulse quickens like that or—Christ, this is his sergeant that he’s—he must need a decent night’s kip even more than James does."

    Lewis is confused, Hathaway is casually purposeful, Innocent is increasingly suspicious and there's a case fic going on in the background.
     
    Starts shortly after Season 6. So becomes non canon-compliant.

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    21 Dec 2017

  4. Public Bookmark 39

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    Hathaway — James — has been in an accident, and hurt badly enough that he’s admitted to hospital and can’t phone Robbie himself. And all he says is he’s sorry he won’t make it back to work on time.

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    21 Dec 2017

  5. Public Bookmark 5

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    "This ain't personal," Rumlow says, and means it. It's not quite as easy as that.

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    08 Dec 2017