[identity profile] gloria-scott.livejournal.com posting in [community profile] nordic_noir
This was written for the casestory Big Bang challenge.

Title:
We Are NOT Going to Cardiff
Author(s): gloria_scott
Artist(s): sc_fossil (aka kat-byrd)
Fandom(s): Sherlock BBC | Wallander BBC
Type: Slash
Rating: NC-17
Word Count: ~16,700
Characters/Pairings: Lestrade/Wallander; Sherlock
Warnings/Spoilers: Explicit sex, rope bondage, BDSM scenes, murder
Summary: Wallander is visiting Lestrade in London for the first time since their unlikely friendship/relationship began. Lestrade's intention to have a quiet weekend of pub-going and football watching are dashed when Sherlock arrives and demands their help with a case he's working in Cardiff. Against Lestrade's better judgement, the pair find themselves on their way to Wales to investigate the curious case of a local politician accused of murdering his mistress. Will their fledgling relationship weather the strain of working together and the unpredictable tempest that is Sherlock Holmes?
Author’s Notes: (1) A special shout-out and thanks to the lovely and talented sc_fossil (aka kat-byrd), who created the art for this fic. Also, thanks a million to catchoo152 for the beta and my Brit-picking tag team, thesmallhobbit and aeron_lanart!
(2) This story is part of my The Man Who Never Smiled ‘verse, which is a bit of a mish-mash between BBC and book Wallander. It occurs between that story and Orange Chicken. Series-wise it takes place between S1-S2 of Sherlock, and between S2-S3 of Wallander.


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Link(s) to Art Master Post(s): On LiveJournal | On AO3











Date: 2012-08-10 03:45 pm (UTC)
eve_n_furter: (GMD Basil - Hrmf!)
From: [personal profile] eve_n_furter
I really like how you describe the restrictions the characters have put on their outward emotions and how they handle - both recognize and gloss over - their inner emotions. Their reflections sounds very true to their characters and very human too. It makes me feel for them and want good things to happen to them.

Thanks for an interesting read, and the - YAY! - convincing crime plot was also a huge bonus for me. (Made me bookmark the Casestory-collection at AO3.)

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