[identity profile] janeturenne.livejournal.com
Story: Need
Author: Lamiel
Rating: Adult
Word Count: 40,243
Author’s Summary: It isn't about what they want.
Characters/Pairings: Ten/Simm!Master
Warnings: BDSM, Explicit Sex, Explicit Violence, Swearing
Recced because:

There are a whole lot of ‘The Doctor and the Master travel together after the Year That Wasn’t’ fics, but few that play with that familiar theme in such an elegant, satisfying and sexy way as this one. And what makes this particular fic unusual, in my opinion, is the fact that it addresses the full range of both Time Lords’ personalities, Ten's in particular. The Master is still violent, still a would-be conquerer, but he's also got those protective instincts towards the Doctor that are such an important part of Delgado and Ainley's characters. The Doctor is still a peace-loving hippie hero, but he's also subject to the 'vengeful god' moments that many ficwriters forget when writing Ten. The sex is hot and well-penned, and manages the difficult balancing act of including kink without being eaten by it; there's some punishment/pain play, but it's there because it's relevant to the plot, and not just as kink for kink's sake. The Time War, and its aftereffects on both of them, are dealt with well and convincingly. Overall, this fic is a very enjoyable read, and well worth a look.

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Time Trek

Nov. 5th, 2010 09:14 am
[identity profile] madmerry.livejournal.com
Story:Time Trek
Rating:All Ages
Word Count:11002
Author's Summary:A nuWho/nuTrek crossover.Because it had to be done.
Characters/Pairings: The Doctor (10th)
Warnings: spoilers for the Star Trek reboot

Recced because:There are hundreds if not thousands of cross-overs on Teaspoon what makes this one so special is the story it tells. The author, Lamiel, successfully combines two universes in such a seamless manner you are left unable to tell whether you have The Doctor in a Star Trek story or Spock n company in a DW story. The result is a flawless blend of both universes that works from either viewpoint. The final few scenes, in which two aliens bond over a grief all too human lift this story to a transcendent level and leave the reader wondering how different any of us are from the other.


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