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June 30, 2003
One Shot by Ophelia
Germs by Kathy
We welcome KAM to the Library!
At the Movies by KAM -- Originally published in the zine See No Evil: The Three Monkeys, Vol. 2.
June 29, 2003
The One Left Behind by JET -- Blair must come to terms with a devastating loss. No canon character deaths. Rated PG. Previously published in Blended Spirits 1.
Ordinary Magic Part 1: Laying on of Hands by Dasha -- He'd been warned about informants. He'd been warned that they'd lie, try to manipulate his time, and hit him up for rides. Nobody ever suggested that they'd want him to perform miracles, though. Smarm. Rated R for language.
Out of the Past Missing Scene by Annie -- A June themefic for Lyn.
Scales of Justice by LKY -- Rossetti is behind bars; but as the case starts to unravel before it comes to trial, Jim scrambles to keep Blair safe. Follows Attribute of the Strong. Rated R for adult content. Please read warnings at top of story.
June 27, 2003
Do Over by K-Lyn -- What can I say? The best time of a relationship is in the beginning. When you learn to enjoy the discovery of the person who freely chooses to discover you. So here we go...
June 23, 2003
The Blind Men and the Elephant by Mele -- A sort of epilogue for Siege. Why was a neo-hippie assigned to Jim Ellison? Rated PG for language.
A Dangerous Job by Mele -- A typical night in a rookie cop's life - Sandburg style. Rated PG for language. Warnings: Blair as a cop.
June 21, 2003
IMPORTANT: Please read the Library's Policy on Bonding Scenes.
June 20, 2003
My Friend, Brother and More by Shallan -- A special time in Simon's past is creating problems in the present. As he tries to find the reason for what has been happening, and who is behind it all, he learns the importance of accepting help when it is offered.
Despair by Java Head -- A missing scene for Sentinel Too, part 2.
Compassion 101 by Lyn -- Missing scene for Murder 101. Jim and Blair take a step toward rebuilding their friendship.
June 19, 2003
Greater Love 7 - Where the Heart Is or A Sentinel is Not Just for Christmas by Maj -- Run rabbit, run rabbit, run! run! run! Rated PG-13.
June 16, 2003
We welcome Helen W. and her stories to the Library!
What Kind of Son am I? by Clea Saal -- Sequel to Different Skills. Blair is more than a little confused.
Wait for Him to Come Home by Clea Saal -- Sequel to What Kind of Son am I? Jim's thoughts as he waits for Blair.
Words Don't Make it Real by Clea Saal -- Sequel to Wait for Him to Come Home. Jim forces Blair to face the facts.
A Pie in Hand by EJ Katz
The Flying Touch by EJ Katz
Bullpen Thoughts by EJ Katz
Major Mischief by EJ Katz
Simon's Turn by EJ Katz
June 13, 2003
The Discipline of Belief by Auntie Hill -- Blair takes a hard look at his own beliefs. Rated PG.
June 12, 2003
Christmas Memories by Linda3 -- While on a long, boring stakeout Jim and Blair share past Christmas memories. Later, other usually buried feelings are confronted by both men. Takes place early in the first season.
June 11, 2003
Simon's Turn by Deborah Wright -- Simon's POV. Companion piece to I Hate Hospitals and He's a Puzzle.
June 9, 2003
Acceptance by Kathy
Sentry by Kathy
Too Close to Home by Kathy
Coming Home by Kathy and Mary Ellen -- Follows Healing 2: Keeping Promises. Jim and Blair finally return to Cascade.
Starlight, Starbright by Ronnee -- A little bit of h/c.
We welcome Ophelia and her stories to the Library!
June 8, 2003
Rise as One or Fall Together by Rebel -- This is the first in a series of stories. It's my take on what happens after TSbyBS.
June 7, 2003
In Place of Angels by Annie -- Jim and Blair try to save a young boy.
Fracture by Carikube -- AU; part 6 of I~L~A~S~C. After Blair's abduction at Frederick Jenkin's hands, his self-confidence is shattered. Convinced that his days as Jim's Guide are numbered, Blair attempts to find ways for Jim to manage without him.
Desert Soul by Carikube -- AU; part 7 of I~L~A~S~C. Jim misinterprets a danger that threatens Blair's life and in a fearful over-reaction he harms the anthropologist. Afraid of what he has done, Jim seeks help from Sharna Edwards, Blair's former healer. But far from putting his mind at rest, her work reveals a greater aspect to the Sentinel and Guide dynamic than either man had ever imagined.
Realignment by Carikube -- AU; part 8 of I~L~A~S~C. With his confidence restored, Blair is faced with the dangerous frustration of having his story disbelieved by the police while Frederick Jenkins is viewed as a hero and set free.
Trust by Carikube -- AU; part 9 of I~L~A~S~C. Blair's situation worsens as the disbelief in his version of events widens beyond the police arena. Meanwhile, Jenkins' taunt to Jim that he will kill the anthropologist despite all of Jim's best efforts to stop him, is soon to become a reality.
June 6, 2003
Soul Keeper 2: Brotherhood of the Dark Calling by Susan Foster -- AU; part of GDP series; crossover with X-Men. When the bond between a primal sentinel called Logan and his empathic Guide Gambit begins to break down, Sentinel and Guide Prime Ellison and Sandburg are the only people that can help, litle knowing that they are embarking on an adventure which will involve betrayal and redemption. Warnings for lanuage and adult situations.
June 5, 2003
Innocence Lost by Lyn -- A tragic case causes heartbreak and danger for Jim and Blair. Originally published in Blended Spirits 1.
Two Way Street by Lyn -- Jim's anger over a case almost costs him his Guide. Rated PG.
June 2, 2003
It's About Friendship by Jen R -- The boys get together after a week apart.
June 1, 2003
Banishing Shadows by Deborah Wright -- Part of Here Be Dragons series. Takes place a few weeks after Sentinel Too, Part 2. Jim and Blair have to deal with the fallout from Alex Barnes and face a different kind of threat at the same time. Rated PG-13.
Small Symbols by Carole -- Memorial Day drabble.
Fraidy Cat by Carole -- Blair makes a new friend.
Miracle Lost by Sam Mallory -- Jim relives painful memories when he answers an unexpected call.
To Be Or Not To Be by Jess Riley -- After Blair collapses from exhaustion, Jim and Blair have a frank and open discussion about what they mean to each other and the directions in which their relationship is headed.