By the author - Ray Doyle has always had a passion to make a difference. It’s why he became a policeman in the first place. And, when he’s forced to make the crushing decision to resign from the Derbyshire Constabulary on a point of principle, becoming a teacher is his next step. So he’s done the training, landed a job at a challenging school down in London, and moved in with some wildly sociable new friends. He’s even gone and got a haircut just to please Mr. Cowley, his stickler of a new headmaster. Despite the devastating change in vocation, he should really be content with his new life, shouldn’t he? Trouble is, Doyle’s lonely. So bloody lonely it hurts. On the other hand, he’s not sure the flaming Demon Barber of Notting Hill Gate, a right moody bugger who can’t stand coppers, is the solution. However handsome he is.
This is my trailer vid for JoJo's wonderful story So This Is Us.
By the author - Bodie is devastated when Doyle turns his back on CI5 in favour of the glitzy new life that he’s chosen. With a new job and a new love, Doyle seems to have it all, but nobody knows what goes on behind closed doors …
This is my trailer vid for Pale Rider's wonderful story Coming Home.
Fandoms: The Professionals
19 Oct 2015
By the author - Set mid-series two, Bodie and Doyle negotiate their work ops as well as a fledgling sexual relationship. Sort of ‘slice of life’, veering between shaving and shotguns.
This is my companion vid to Mab's great story Nobody Knows Me At Home Any More.
Bodie waited for Cowley to say more, and was just getting ready to say something himself when Cowley finally spoke again: “The mistake I made. There was no way for me to undo the damage. No…going back for a second chance, a different outcome.” Something in Cowley’s steady gaze held Bodie still, as if pinned. “Doyle is still alive.”
Bookmarked by Anima_Allegra
06 Oct 2015