Sequel to: If You Want to Sing Out, Sing Out.
“Hey.” Erica hit her hand down on the table to get the crew’s attention. “Remember this one?”
She took a deep breath and began to sing, a warbled tune that she’d heard the Commander hum when he thought he was alone. Others joined in, providing words, and soon the entire table was thundering with music in a language none of them could identify. Boyd might have been singing a bloodthirsty war song, but it didn’t taste like one. It tasted like the way Stiles laughed when he was surprised, or how he’d grip a crew mate's shoulder to tell them they did an exceptional job.
- Part 2 of Sing Among the Stars
Bookmarked by Shey
08 Aug 2018
This was so good. I love space operas and I want more!
"I will lay you bare, Akihito. I won't allow you to hide from me."
IT whiz and white hat hacker Takaba Akihito is embroiled in a crucible of intrigue and self discovery when he becomes the focus of Japan's top crime lord Asami Ryuichi as well as a mysterious and dangerous adversary.
Or, where Asami laughs, Akihito Pwns it, and naked wrestling is sometimes the only possible recourse. ADULTS ONLY.
Bookmarked by Shey
06 Jan 2018
Woah! One of those au fics that feels like it should have been canon!
Pairings are listed chronologically and treated with equal importance; not all love is romantic.
Much thanks to Green_Destiny for beta-ing chapters 6&7. (Which is half the fic because Asami wanted a very, very long epilogue to himself and wouldn't let me stop.)
Akihito meets Feilong first, three years before the events of Viewfinder.
A trophy's usually someone important - the son of a rival faction, say - and not some random kid bleeding all over Feilong's suit at an Ikebukuro restaurant. Wrong place: Dai Ke Yi, a traditional Chinese banquet hall that's opened publicly until 3am, has a reputation for hosting either mob meetings or wedding receptions in its private rooms, for one which Feilong was party to.
Unfortunately for the kid, it wasn't a wedding.
It turns out that Takaba is not cut out for normal, after all.