Harry has had quite enough of sharing his mind with someone else, thankyouverymuch. A miscast Legilimecy spell says otherwise.
(Fic from 2010 FF archive being uploaded here.)
Bookmarked by Anna_yl
20 Mar 2018
Rapture ― a splendid city at the bottom of the ocean, isolated and free of the Clave’s restraints, where innovation is put above petty rules.
In 1960, Rapture has long since fallen. Its former glory has been reduced to a haunting hellscape where twisted creatures reign, and child-accompanied demons roam the halls. For Alec, it poses a unique challenge ― especially when Jace goes missing, once they arrive in the city on a Clave-mandated mission. In the midst of it all is Magnus, on a mission of his own. Teaming up with Alec comes naturally, and with the help of a sympathetic stranger, they start making their way through the city and the horrors it has to offer. But -- while their friends on the surface work hard on mounting a rescue -- something much more troubling soon becomes clear: getting into Rapture is nowhere near as hard as getting back out.
It's been a quiet few years, and the McCall Pack has grown and settled. But, when the Hale Pack return to Beacon Hills they find Scott isn't as welcoming as they had hoped.
Soon they, Stiles, and Lydia, find out that not everything about the McCall Pack is as it has always seemed.
- Part 1 of Anthracite
Scott finally pulls a a stunt so boneheaded that Stiles can't think of any way to get him out of it. Hoping to outrun the fallout, he packs up his father and they move to Canada. Unfortunately, nowhere is safe.
James is what the world calls a Grim: an individual with a low or nonexistent emotional quotient. All Grims were psychopathic on a certain level, rarely (if ever) connecting with humanity on an compassionate, emotional level, making them uniquely equipped for the kinds of jobs that turned most people’s stomachs (or challenged their morals). In other words, James made a damn fine MI6 agent. Bond was on the slightly more emotive end of that scale, however, so when he hears that Q - a Pet, an individual who thrives on contact and trust, and who had an incredibly high emotional quotient - has been attacked in MI6, he doesn't hesitate to answer M's summons to come home.
Because Bond might be coldhearted, but there's just something about a Pet like Q that gets under his skin - and right into the few warm corners of his heart.
Bookmarked by Anna_yl
18 Mar 2018