October 21st, 2019

As time goes by

Art for Out on the Streets by jat_sapphire

Title: Out on the Streets
Author: jat_sapphire
Artist: macklingirl
Archive to Pros Lib: Yes
Genre: Slash
Characters/Pairing: Bodie/Doyle, Bodie, Doyle, OMC,OFC
Word count: ~10000
Warnings: No warnings apply

Summary:
As a young man, Ray Doyle came to London with barely the train fare in his pocket.  He lived in Brixton, among abandoned flats and a sexually and racially diverse population.  He chose family and worked for social change … and slept with men, women, and genderfluid people.  Then he joined the Met and later, CI5.  He'd hoped his partner Bodie would never have to know.
Now CI-5 has an operation in the Brixton squats, and Ray must tell Bodie enough about his past there to make sure they can work safely and complete their assignment.  They must work together and come to terms with their new knowledge and both their sexualities, as well as the unforeseen complications of their assignment.

Note: Thanks to jat_sapphire for a story which showed me some part of London's history I've never heard about.

Link to Art: Art Master Post
Link to Fic: Story Master Post
Me&Beau

Out on the Streets by jat_sapphire

Title: Out on the Streets
Author: jat_sapphire
Artist: macklingirl
Archive to Proslib: Yes
Genre: Slash
Characters/Pairing: William Bodie/Ray Doyle
Word Count:10,001
Warnings: No warnings necessary.

Link to Art
Link to Fic

Summary: As a young man, Ray Doyle came to London with barely the train fare in his pocket. He lived in Brixton, among abandoned flats and a sexually and racially diverse population. He chose family and worked for social change … and slept with men, women, and genderfluid people. Then he joined the Met and later, CI5. He'd hoped his partner Bodie would never have to know.

Now CI-5 has an operation in the Brixton squats, and Ray must tell Bodie enough about his past there to make sure they can work safely and complete their assignment. They must work together and come to terms with their new knowledge and both their sexualities, as well as the unforeseen complications of their assignment.