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14 Feb 2020
If you write something on your skin, then it will show up on your soulmate's skin as well.
James doesn't quite fall in love over physics discussions and cheeky book quotes scrawled over his heart, coding and riddles inked onto his skin, but he comes close. He does.
And then he actually meets Q.
10 Aug 2016
Tanner was waiting for Bond on the tarmac when the small plane MI6 used for these sorts of operations landed on British soil once more. That was how Bond knew he was about to hear something he would rather not hear.
“007,” Tanner started as Bond climbed out.
“Who died?” Bond joked.
Tanner’s face went white, and Bond wished he could take back the last ten seconds.
(Or, the one where Q dies unexpectedly, Death takes on familiar faces, and Bond's willing to sacrifice anything for the love of his life.)
House of M by JayPendragon for merlenhiver
07 Mar 2016
The merger may be complete, but Gareth Mallory has more problems than ever: ungrateful agents, nagging superiors, and spies behaving like pre-schoolers, to name but a few. Gareth wonders if it’s time to change his tune to get his agency in line…
Meanwhile James has to fight demons of his own – an ageing body that refuses to heal as fast as it used to.
- Part 2 of Fixing Spectre
For an Anonymous prompt: Genderswapped Q- There were few women in the world that Bond respected too much to sleep with them. M was one of them, Q becomes one of them.
- Part 1 of This Is His Love, This is Her Body