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  1. Rec 2

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    31 Aug 2020

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    A hugely compassionate look into a twisted relationship. The writing is wonderful and, particularly in the second instalment, does a fantastic job of using a framing device to weave two narratives together.

  2. Rec 4

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    31 Aug 2020

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    STONED THREESOME! Sweet and good and the best AU. Miles makes great decisions in this series, and everyone has a great time.

  3. Rec 4

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    31 Aug 2020

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    Oh hell yeah! There's rimming and cockwarming! A great read.

  4. Rec 35

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    Out they came. Little yellow petals, wet with crimson blood. Phoenix picked one up and looked at it, his hands shaking.

    He coughed again, and two more sodden clumps of red and gold fell out his mouth. He could breathe again and fell back onto the floor, clutching the single petal in his hand.

    (Oh.) he thought. (Oh. I love him. I've always loved him.)

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    31 Aug 2020

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    One of the best Hanahaki fics I've read. Painful as hell, though.

  5. Rec 11

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    Orca and aquarium successfully saved, Phoenix and Miles head back to the office to conquer their biggest foes of all: post-trial paperwork and where to eat for dinner.

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    31 May 2020

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    A lovely, short snapshot of Phoenix returning to the courtroom. It's wonderfully balanced, with realism, history, a little bitterness, and the truth of the characters bleeding through every word.

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