Title: A Really Bad Idea
Author: nouveau_monday
Pairing: Van/Jake (and why yes, thank you, I am going to hell)
Rating: NC-17 BABY
Word Count: 4.5kish
Summary: Jake and Van discuss the merits of Bride & Prejudice. And then there is oral sex.
Spoilers: Umm ... RPS, so no.
Disclaimer: This is in no way true. Never was. Never will be. Jake and Van belong to themselves, not me. And this is all the fault of some people from Zomgwtf who suggested that we needed more RPS. And then someone suggested I try it, and then I did, and now I'm going to hell, but maybe people will enjoy the lovely decoration on the hand baskets.
Note #1: Thank you so much to [livejournal.com profile] mightyten for being a great beta. Seriously, I have never been more thankful that someone volunteered to read my stuff ever. She was brave to do it that first time and I am forever appreciative and then some.
Note #2: This is the events that happen directly after I Dare You. I think it makes sense as a stand alone, but it's so much better with both of them together. The italics right after the cut are the end of the first part, so they'll look familiar if you read I Dare You first.


Van let his body go limp onto the couch and tumbled Jake on top of him. The weight and press of Jake's body was even better than he imagined; rough, strong, hard. They never got horizontal on set, and maybe there had been a good reason for that. It was difficult to say your lines convincingly while trying not to spontaneously orgasm. Or at least he imagined it would be. )

Final Installment
Fandom: Criminal Minds
Paring: Morgan/Reid
Rating: PG-13 for language/R for implied proposition/NC-17 by the time it finishes, but not yet.
Warnings: Umm, if you don't like the idea of guys kissing, don't read this. If you're not all about the Reid/Morgan lovefest, don't read this.
Spoilers: Minor for "Elephant's Memory" - in that sense that it happens after that, but nothing from the episode itself.
Word Count: 4400
A/N: This is a continuation of something I was working on at the end of April. I still haven't gotten to the good stuff, but they've made it further, and I promised [livejournal.com profile] penguinlady that I'd post up.



Morgan rolled the glass bottle between his fingers, back and forth, back and forth. How do you start a conversation like this one? His hands were clammy with sweat and condensation. His mouth was dry except when he drank. )
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( May. 27th, 2008 10:37 pm)
Title: If I Wrote You
Author: nouveau_monday
Pairing: Luke/Noah
Rating: PG-13/R for language, and yes, that means no sex occurs in this piece. (I wasn't going to mention that, but apparently as this little world has been all about the sex, someone thought I ought to mention it.)
Word Count: 4.6k-ish
Summary: Noah and Luke aren't sure how it happened that they aren't speaking, but they know it's not okay. Now how do they fix it?
Spoilers: There are quotes from April 29th's show and May 6th's show. All of the events take place between those two dates. If you aren't up to date, and don't want to be, don't read.
Disclaimer: In my world this is what happened between when Luke left and then when Luke next showed up at the house a week later. Apparently the writers left these scenes on the cutting room floor.
Notes: Thank you so much to [livejournal.com profile] mightyten for being the best beta, especially when she has her own wonderful stuff to write which is amazing and you all should read immediately if you haven't. Also, she suggested that I point out that all of this is in my little Magnets!verse, and in that happy place, the boys have been having sex since New Years Eve. And, I'm still on track with the storyline. So what do you know, maybe it has been going on for that long? You can start at the beginning of the Magnets stories by checking out my memories. They're all numbered and pretty there.
My other note, as always, is to give credit to the music that wound up as the title. Dar Williams' If I Wrote You off End of Summer because in the end it was that fear of this all being over that stopped the boys from speaking.


If I Wrote You

Noah ran his fingers through his hair and definitively did not throw something. Ameera was there, and not used to loud noises. Or maybe she was overly used to loud noises. Whatever. It didn't matter. Luke had done it again. But this time, it didn't feel like before. )
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( May. 19th, 2008 10:02 am)
Title: I Dare You
Author: nouveau_monday
Pairing: Van/Jake (and why yes, thank you, I am going to hell)
Rating: PG-13/R for language, and yes, that means no sex occurs in this piece
Word Count: 6.5kish
Summary: These dares they give each other are getting out of hand.
Spoilers: Umm ... RPS, so no actual spoilers, but reference to the smooching and bed jumping.
Disclaimer: This is in no way true. Never was. Never will be. Jake and Van belong to themselves, not me. And this is all the fault of some people from vh.net who suggested that we needed more RPS. And then someone suggested I try it, and then I did, and now I'm going to hell, but maybe people will enjoy the lovely decoration on the hand baskets.
Notes: Thank you so much to [livejournal.com profile] mightyten for being a great beta, especially when I whine all the time. And she's ridiculously busy. And she still did this. Because she rocks. Also, just for my own sake, I finished this the day before Perez Hilton posted his piece about Van/Tyler. That means, I don't want to hear it, kay?


I can't believe they're having us reshoot. What's that about? )

Second Installment
From the comment porn-a-thon on luke_noah

Victorian Request )



Bottom!Pushy!Luke Request )
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( May. 12th, 2008 08:15 am)
Title: Home (Learning to Breathe)
Authors: [livejournal.com profile] ithilien22 and [livejournal.com profile] nouveau_monday
Genre: Romance/Angst
Rating: NC-17
Word Count: 4,660
Summary: Slight AU. Luke never came back after the fateful events of move-in day. Weeks later, Noah gets a message from his father and goes to visit him in prison.
Spoilers: Up to Luke and Noah attempting to move in together.

Authors' Notes: Once upon a time, [livejournal.com profile] ithilien22 and [livejournal.com profile] nouveau_monday started emailing, and [livejournal.com profile] ithilien22 suggested they write something together. [livejournal.com profile] nouveau_monday thought that was crazy because Ithilien22's writing is beautiful, like poetry and her writing is clumsy and cutesy (at best) by comparison. But then they started throwing plot ideas at each other, and then the other would continue with "and then this would happen ..." and eventually this is what happened.


Sometimes, when his father was driving him crazy and he was sick and tired of the military base, Noah would get in his car and just drive. For hours he would drive in the direction of California or New York or wherever and he would tell himself that it was for good this time – that this time he’d really had enough, that this time he was really leaving. But he was always back home before the dinner bell. )
Title: None as of yet
Author: nouveau_monday
Pairing: Noah/Luke
Rating: PG-13/R for language.
Word Count: 1600ish
Summary: Noah is being interviewed by a reporter. Noah is not the Noah we know; he's a rent boy.
Spoilers: This is completely AU for the boys. So yeah, any relation to the story line is minor. Only facts I kept were the Colonel, Noah's mom, and Oakdale.
Disclaimer: As I said, this is AU. The characters belong to CBS and P&G and possibly others, but definitely not me.
Notes: All feedback greatly appreciated, as this is not inline with the characters at all. It feels rushed toward the end, but as I said, I wanted to get it down before I lost it. So please please please, critique away. Also, tell me about verb tense issues, because I kept vacillating between past/present and i'm not sure I caught all of them. Thank you.

Noah curls his back into his pillows and wraps his arms around his legs. )
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