Fraser learns there is more to the art of
bathing than simply hygiene.
"Is it late?" Ray yawned straight into Frasers face and Fraser had a
good look at where he wanted to be: Rays throat.
"I Heard The Wind Call by Name" by
Rays eyes are opened, and he has to come to terms with a whole new aspect of Fraser,
one he had never even considered before.
He was inside, and it was too late, and he was not even breathing, his heart was as
still in his chest as a ptarmigan hiding in the show, because he was looking at a scene of
such devastating eroticism, he could have died.
"Finding Our Way
Home" by D. Ramsey
"What do I want...
more than I have a right to ask from you? More than you can give? How about more than a
touch or one night? I want to get so close to you that we are unable to tell where I end
and you begin. I want you to reach me and show me all the things no one else can see. I
want you here, now and forever... no end." Fraser stopped, unsure of the reception
his confession would have.
"Front and Centre" by
Fraser keeps his mind active on sentry duty, although his fantasies keep his body active
Ray, naked, sweating, fierce with arousal, plundering Frasers body. Licking and
biting his nipples, pulling and squeezing at his cock, urgent, needy, demanding, and then,
best, oh yes, best of all, those long knobby-knuckled fingers plunging wildly into
Frasers ass, hurriedly preparing him for possession...
"Peace, in the
Struggle to Find Peace" by Julien
"Not much of a
first time, is it?" Ray asked. "I should do better than this for you."
"No," Fraser replied, voice beautifully roughened. Ray wondered if hed
come just from hearing Fraser speak like that. "Its our first time," the
Mountie said. "its perfect, it will be perfect, whatever happens."
Ray stared at the man, frightened at the melting inside of him which meant he was falling
in love all over again. "Ah, Benny."
"Shadow on the Stone" by
Windigo comes to Chicago, bringing fear, pain, and death.
"Its me she wants. Dont want any more deaths on my head, Dief,"
he slurred. "Not right. s my fault they died. All of them. They were my friends
and she killed them..."
"U.S.T." by Fallon Oxley
Ray and Benny settle in to watch an X-Files Marathon, finding that the truth is within
"But does that mean he has forgiven her for shooting him?" Ray
persisted, his heart hurling itself against his ribcage.
"Theyre partners, Ray, they would only do what is best for each other."
"Cliffs of Fall" by Trish
An alternative to North...
"Any more humiliations youve got in store for me, God? As if falling in love
with this idiot isnt enough..."
"Paying The Rent" By
Hed used the catalogue to look up bondage because hed understood that part
of what hed seen. Hed looked up sadomasochistic practices of human relations.
Hed delved into what was available on pain, deviance, homosexual love, eroticism,
and everything on male sexuality that was still in the stacks. Fraser rubbed his red eyes
and closed the sex guide. What he didnt need was a sex manual. What he did need was
someone to tell him why Ray did that with that man... and not with Benton.
"Due Date" by Quill
When Welsh takes Rays gorgeous cousin out on a date, he gets a little more than he
"Freedoms Just Another
Word for Nothing Left to Lose" by Sarah Bellum
Rays thoughts on leaving Benny (3rd season story)
"1978" by Gillian
Spanning decades, a story of Rays coming to age. Both then, and now.
Rays gaze locked with Franks, and then Franks hand was tangling in
his hair and pulling his head down. In a moment their lips were meshing, their bodies
still pressed together. Ardent young flesh burst into flame and they were unconsciously
grinding their lower torsos together.
"I danced with Ray," Fraser said, trying to see if it
sounded different put into words.
Diefenbaker yipped grimly.
"Now, dont you start," Fraser
said sharply. "I know I never wanted to dance with a man before, but I honestly think
thats because it just never occurred to me that one could. Maybe it was seeing him
in that mans arms. It looked so natural."
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