2 Works in Richards (The 100)
Having just recently turned eighteen, Murphy decides it's time he finally visit the Bunker, Arkadia's BDSM club, in search of a dom. He manages to find one in Bellamy Blake, charming and sweet and prettier than any man has a right to be, in Murphy's opinion. But after getting arrested vandalizing a cop car, Murphy's brought down to the station where he runs into someone very familiar. Turns out Bellamy's a fucking cop. Sleeping with a cop breaks every rule Murphy's ever set for himself. He's an anarchist, a rebel, a delinquent, and there's nothing he hates more than a cop. So, he shouldn't want Bellamy now, right? Except he does, but Bellamy has rules, too. He doesn't consort with criminals. So, Murphy has to choose between Bellamy and his illegal extracurriculars. It's an easy choice, but following the rest of Bellamy's rules won't be so easy. It's not easy for Bellamy, either, because just when he's gotten used to handling Murphy, he realizes he might actually be falling for him. Which sucks for him, because their relationship is purely built on sex, right? But sex only gets better when you love someone, so maybe it's not so bad.
An AU in which Bellamy is a detective who just lost his partner to the serial killer they'd been trying to catch for almost a year and Murphy's a newbie journalist trying to prove he has what it takes to stay on the paper by covering the story, even if he'd rather write about the perils of putting cats on leashes or something equally as death-free. However, with his behavior and insistent questions, Bellamy begins to suspect that maybe the killer is right next to him, playing with his radio, if that's the case, then he should keep Murphy close, to keep an eye on him. Falling for him was just an unfortunate side effect he'd have to stomp down because when the evidence comes in, it looks like he's in love with a killer.
Murphy did do it, right?
- Part 1 of Court of Law