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22 September 2010 @ 07:26 am
Lines, by PFL  
Title: Lines
Author name: PFL
Artist name: Maerrie/hermine
Archive to Pros Lib: Yes
Genre: Slash
Characters/Pairing: Bodie/Doyle
Word count: 17,606
Warnings: None needed

Summary: Doyle wakes up in a warehouse to find himself injured, suffering from amnesia, and apparently involved in a bombing plot with a man named Foster. He soon meets Williams--a tall, dark, beautiful (and engagingly modest) mercenary arms dealer. Doyle tries to find out who he is, what's going on, and why he instinctively trusts Williams, even though he clearly shouldn’t.

Notes: Thank you to elizabethoshea, O Anonymous One, and dorinda for hand-holding, encouragement, beta-work, formatting...everything, really! Thank you to my wonderful, inspiring, incredibly patient artist Maerrie/hermine. (You all are in for a treat!) Thank you to our fabulous (and also incredibly patient) mods callistosh65 and przed. And, finally, a special thank you to my entire F'list (and Circle) for encouragement duty above and beyond. *g*

This has no real relation to the story, but I was repeatedly listening to Snow Patrol's "Chasing Cars" during crucial pondering time with this story. So for me, at least, the story is infused with that song. (In Bodie's perspective. *g*)

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moth2fic: pros_bodiewolfmoth2fic on October 21st, 2010 06:21 pm (UTC)
The view of the world thtough Ray's concussion was absolutely fascinating. I was beginning to wonder what would happen once he got his memory back - we were clearly going to have a lot of wordcount left. Then, of course, you explored their confusion over sex as a counterpart to Ray's earlier confusion over identity! Very well done! Thanks for an interesting story and for drawing and then crossing those lines.
msmoatmsmoat on October 22nd, 2010 02:43 pm (UTC)
Hello! I love this, how people are catching up with the BB stories and so we get comments periodically, like little gifts. *g* (I, on the other hand, am still not even close to catching up on reading. Gah.) Thank you! I found I needed to make it a realistic amnesia story, and so that meant the amnesia had to be of brief duration. And then I realized that the story was actually about the aftermath of the effect of the amnesia--what it was the lads learned about themselves and each other because of it.

I'm very glad you enjoyed this!