bootson: (Panic- Spencer Venue)
Title: In The Back of Your Head
Fandom: Bandom, specifically Panic (appearances/mentions of members of TAI, MCR, FOB, Cobra, The Cab, Travie and TYV)
Pairing: Gen (but intended pre-Brendon/Spencer/Bob)
[ profile] hc_bingo prompt: Cages
Rating: Hard R
Warnings: Slavery, physical violence, emotional and physical abuse, mentions of sex slavery (non-explicit), forced nudity, language
Summary: Spencer didn't actually look at anyone who came to browse, didn't care, never did. It was all the same, even if the faces changed. Not all places were like Saporta's, the vast majority were a direct opposite but they all looked like perfectly respectable people....if respectable meant in favor of owning people and forcing them to get their hands dirty so you don't have to.
Word Count: 14,648
Disclaimer: I know nothing; I own nothing. This never happened, thank God.
AN and Thanks )

PART ONE (7290 words)
PART TWO (7358 words)
bootson: (STXI- Uhura/Shock)
Title: Wouldn’t Be Much
Pairing: Chris Pine/Zachary Quinto
Rating: R (like, Hard R because the end took on a life of its own)
Summary: (courtesy of my favorite beta) “Zach wants some action…” also, Chris needs convincing.
Warnings: Language, accused blackmail (sort of), and rating indicated things
Word Count: 3000 (how awesome is that)
Disclaimer: Yeah, they totally don't do this in their spare time...just my warped imagination.
Beta: [ profile] chellealistic <33
AN: Basically, I’ve been all mental blocked so I sat down, listened to the slow songs on Reba’s new cd and pretended I knew what in hell I was doing with this. If it reads like a country song without a plot…well, I’m a hick and a country fan so that’s why. I may also have been watching The Notebook at some point in this process.

We’re not starting this out much differently than we did in the beginning. Wouldn’t be much like us if we didn’t get circular. )


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