Devotion Series by Caroline Crane (R)

  • Jan. 21st, 2011 at 11:57 AM
Title: Devotion Series
Fandom: Xena: Warrior Princess
Pairing: Ares/Joxer, Cupid/Strife, Xena/Gabrielle
Categories: Angst, Drama, Hurt/Comfort, Romance
Length: Epic
Warnings: Mentions of extreme abuse and self-harm themes.

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] carolinecrane
Website: n/a

Author’s Summary: Joxer remembers a bright spot on an otherwise bleak childhood and the reason he left home at sixteen.

Review:
This is one of those series that is gut-wrenching as it is heartwarming. Opening with an emotionally battered Joxer reluctantly reminiscing about his lost first love, this entire story is a boat ride through angst infested waters...and I mean that in a good way. Naturally.

Though touted to be over-the-top by the author due to the amount of angst involved, this fic does a magnificent job of creating and exploring a past for Joxer that is heartwarning, heartbreaking, and surprisingly true to the character in a number of ways. He’s not the loveable would-be warrior we all know in this story: he’s someone else, someone new, who we’re allowed to see through shades of his past, his friends, and his allies. He’s someone who has loved and lost and is paying for it even now in his chosen life.

Filled with godly cameos, painful memories, and tender healing, this is a story for anyone who likes their characters to mostly hurt before they start to heal.

Devotion Series

Devotion Series by Caroline Crane (R)

  • Jan. 21st, 2011 at 11:57 AM
Title: Devotion Series
Fandom: Xena: Warrior Princess
Pairing: Ares/Joxer, Cupid/Strife, Xena/Gabrielle
Categories: Angst, Drama, Hurt/Comfort, Romance
Length: Epic
Warnings: Mentions of extreme abuse and self-harm themes.

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] carolinecrane
Website: n/a

Author’s Summary: Joxer remembers a bright spot on an otherwise bleak childhood and the reason he left home at sixteen.

Review:
This is one of those series that is gut-wrenching as it is heartwarming. Opening with an emotionally battered Joxer reluctantly reminiscing about his lost first love, this entire story is a boat ride through angst infested waters...and I mean that in a good way. Naturally.

Though touted to be over-the-top by the author due to the amount of angst involved, this fic does a magnificent job of creating and exploring a past for Joxer that is heartwarning, heartbreaking, and surprisingly true to the character in a number of ways. He’s not the loveable would-be warrior we all know in this story: he’s someone else, someone new, who we’re allowed to see through shades of his past, his friends, and his allies. He’s someone who has loved and lost and is paying for it even now in his chosen life.

Filled with godly cameos, painful memories, and tender healing, this is a story for anyone who likes their characters to mostly hurt before they start to heal.

Devotion Series

Devotion Series by Caroline Crane (R)

  • Jan. 21st, 2011 at 11:57 AM
Title: Devotion Series
Fandom: Xena: Warrior Princess
Pairing: Ares/Joxer, Cupid/Strife, Xena/Gabrielle
Categories: Angst, Drama, Hurt/Comfort, Romance
Length: Epic
Warnings: Mentions of extreme abuse and self-harm themes.

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] carolinecrane
Website: n/a

Author’s Summary: Joxer remembers a bright spot on an otherwise bleak childhood and the reason he left home at sixteen.

Review:
This is one of those series that is gut-wrenching as it is heartwarming. Opening with an emotionally battered Joxer reluctantly reminiscing about his lost first love, this entire story is a boat ride through angst infested waters...and I mean that in a good way. Naturally.

Though touted to be over-the-top by the author due to the amount of angst involved, this fic does a magnificent job of creating and exploring a past for Joxer that is heartwarning, heartbreaking, and surprisingly true to the character in a number of ways. He’s not the loveable would-be warrior we all know in this story: he’s someone else, someone new, who we’re allowed to see through shades of his past, his friends, and his allies. He’s someone who has loved and lost and is paying for it even now in his chosen life.

Filled with godly cameos, painful memories, and tender healing, this is a story for anyone who likes their characters to mostly hurt before they start to heal.

Devotion Series

Devotion Series by Caroline Crane (R)

  • Jan. 21st, 2011 at 11:57 AM
Title: Devotion Series
Fandom: Xena: Warrior Princess
Pairing: Ares/Joxer, Cupid/Strife, Xena/Gabrielle
Categories: Angst, Drama, Hurt/Comfort, Romance
Length: Epic
Warnings: Mentions of extreme abuse and self-harm themes.

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] carolinecrane
Website: n/a

Author’s Summary: Joxer remembers a bright spot on an otherwise bleak childhood and the reason he left home at sixteen.

Review:
This is one of those series that is gut-wrenching as it is heartwarming. Opening with an emotionally battered Joxer reluctantly reminiscing about his lost first love, this entire story is a boat ride through angst infested waters...and I mean that in a good way. Naturally.

Though touted to be over-the-top by the author due to the amount of angst involved, this fic does a magnificent job of creating and exploring a past for Joxer that is heartwarning, heartbreaking, and surprisingly true to the character in a number of ways. He’s not the loveable would-be warrior we all know in this story: he’s someone else, someone new, who we’re allowed to see through shades of his past, his friends, and his allies. He’s someone who has loved and lost and is paying for it even now in his chosen life.

Filled with godly cameos, painful memories, and tender healing, this is a story for anyone who likes their characters to mostly hurt before they start to heal.

Devotion Series

Devotion Series by Caroline Crane (R)

  • Jan. 21st, 2011 at 11:57 AM
Title: Devotion Series
Fandom: Xena: Warrior Princess
Pairing: Ares/Joxer, Cupid/Strife, Xena/Gabrielle
Categories: Angst, Drama, Hurt/Comfort, Romance
Length: Epic
Warnings: Mentions of extreme abuse and self-harm themes.

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] carolinecrane
Website: n/a

Author’s Summary: Joxer remembers a bright spot on an otherwise bleak childhood and the reason he left home at sixteen.

Review:
This is one of those series that is gut-wrenching as it is heartwarming. Opening with an emotionally battered Joxer reluctantly reminiscing about his lost first love, this entire story is a boat ride through angst infested waters...and I mean that in a good way. Naturally.

Though touted to be over-the-top by the author due to the amount of angst involved, this fic does a magnificent job of creating and exploring a past for Joxer that is heartwarning, heartbreaking, and surprisingly true to the character in a number of ways. He’s not the loveable would-be warrior we all know in this story: he’s someone else, someone new, who we’re allowed to see through shades of his past, his friends, and his allies. He’s someone who has loved and lost and is paying for it even now in his chosen life.

Filled with godly cameos, painful memories, and tender healing, this is a story for anyone who likes their characters to mostly hurt before they start to heal.

Devotion Series

Devotion Series by Caroline Crane (R)

  • Jan. 21st, 2011 at 11:57 AM
Title: Devotion Series
Fandom: Xena: Warrior Princess
Pairing: Ares/Joxer, Cupid/Strife, Xena/Gabrielle
Categories: Angst, Drama, Hurt/Comfort, Romance
Length: Epic
Warnings: Mentions of extreme abuse and self-harm themes.

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] carolinecrane
Website: n/a

Author’s Summary: Joxer remembers a bright spot on an otherwise bleak childhood and the reason he left home at sixteen.

Review:
This is one of those series that is gut-wrenching as it is heartwarming. Opening with an emotionally battered Joxer reluctantly reminiscing about his lost first love, this entire story is a boat ride through angst infested waters...and I mean that in a good way. Naturally.

Though touted to be over-the-top by the author due to the amount of angst involved, this fic does a magnificent job of creating and exploring a past for Joxer that is heartwarning, heartbreaking, and surprisingly true to the character in a number of ways. He’s not the loveable would-be warrior we all know in this story: he’s someone else, someone new, who we’re allowed to see through shades of his past, his friends, and his allies. He’s someone who has loved and lost and is paying for it even now in his chosen life.

Filled with godly cameos, painful memories, and tender healing, this is a story for anyone who likes their characters to mostly hurt before they start to heal.

Devotion Series

Draw Back Your Bow by gadgetorious (NC-17)

  • Sep. 24th, 2010 at 9:35 PM
Bonus rec! (to make up for the shortness of my other :)

Title: Draw Back Your Bow
Fandom: Star Trek XI, Xena: Warrior Princess
Pairing: Kirk/McCoy
Categories: Humor, Romance, Crossover
Length: Medium
Warnings: None
 
Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] gadgetorious
Website: n/a
 
Review:
After Jim finds out that McCoy is more than just a simple country doctor, he feels the need to has this out. Much to McCoy's dismay.

'Draw Back Your Bow' is everything I hoped for in a Cupid!Bones story. That is to say, Bones is still Bones: grumpy, bitter, and unhappily divorced. He isn't sporting wings (though I would have loved it if he had) or trying to play matchmaker. He's just himself, and so is Jim, who is equal parts fascinated and embarrassed that his best friend (and love interest) is the former God of Love.

[livejournal.com profile] gadgetorious did an spectacular job of marrying these two universes together, both believably and uniquely. Her take on bitter but secretly supportive of love Cupid!Bones is fabulous and her embarrassed-but-determined Jim is even more so. The only thing, for me, that would have made it better is a side-story of some sort so we could find out exactly how Jim stumbled onto the fact that McCoy is was the God of Love.

Draw Back Your Bow

Draw Back Your Bow by gadgetorious (NC-17)

  • Sep. 24th, 2010 at 9:35 PM
Bonus rec! (to make up for the shortness of my other :)

Title: Draw Back Your Bow
Fandom: Star Trek XI, Xena: Warrior Princess
Pairing: Kirk/McCoy
Categories: Humor, Romance, Crossover
Length: Medium
Warnings: None
 
Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] gadgetorious
Website: n/a
 
Review:
After Jim finds out that McCoy is more than just a simple country doctor, he feels the need to has this out. Much to McCoy's dismay.

'Draw Back Your Bow' is everything I hoped for in a Cupid!Bones story. That is to say, Bones is still Bones: grumpy, bitter, and unhappily divorced. He isn't sporting wings (though I would have loved it if he had) or trying to play matchmaker. He's just himself, and so is Jim, who is equal parts fascinated and embarrassed that his best friend (and love interest) is the former God of Love.

[livejournal.com profile] gadgetorious did an spectacular job of marrying these two universes together, both believably and uniquely. Her take on bitter but secretly supportive of love Cupid!Bones is fabulous and her embarrassed-but-determined Jim is even more so. The only thing, for me, that would have made it better is a side-story of some sort so we could find out exactly how Jim stumbled onto the fact that McCoy is was the God of Love.

Draw Back Your Bow

Draw Back Your Bow by gadgetorious (NC-17)

  • Sep. 24th, 2010 at 9:35 PM
Bonus rec! (to make up for the shortness of my other :)

Title: Draw Back Your Bow
Fandom: Star Trek XI, Xena: Warrior Princess
Pairing: Kirk/McCoy
Categories: Humor, Romance, Crossover
Length: Medium
Warnings: None
 
Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] gadgetorious
Website: n/a
 
Review:
After Jim finds out that McCoy is more than just a simple country doctor, he feels the need to has this out. Much to McCoy's dismay.

'Draw Back Your Bow' is everything I hoped for in a Cupid!Bones story. That is to say, Bones is still Bones: grumpy, bitter, and unhappily divorced. He isn't sporting wings (though I would have loved it if he had) or trying to play matchmaker. He's just himself, and so is Jim, who is equal parts fascinated and embarrassed that his best friend (and love interest) is the former God of Love.

[livejournal.com profile] gadgetorious did an spectacular job of marrying these two universes together, both believably and uniquely. Her take on bitter but secretly supportive of love Cupid!Bones is fabulous and her embarrassed-but-determined Jim is even more so. The only thing, for me, that would have made it better is a side-story of some sort so we could find out exactly how Jim stumbled onto the fact that McCoy is was the God of Love.

Draw Back Your Bow

Draw Back Your Bow by gadgetorious (NC-17)

  • Sep. 24th, 2010 at 9:35 PM
Bonus rec! (to make up for the shortness of my other :)

Title: Draw Back Your Bow
Fandom: Star Trek XI, Xena: Warrior Princess
Pairing: Kirk/McCoy
Categories: Humor, Romance, Crossover
Length: Medium
Warnings: None
 
Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] gadgetorious
Website: n/a
 
Review:
After Jim finds out that McCoy is more than just a simple country doctor, he feels the need to has this out. Much to McCoy's dismay.

'Draw Back Your Bow' is everything I hoped for in a Cupid!Bones story. That is to say, Bones is still Bones: grumpy, bitter, and unhappily divorced. He isn't sporting wings (though I would have loved it if he had) or trying to play matchmaker. He's just himself, and so is Jim, who is equal parts fascinated and embarrassed that his best friend (and love interest) is the former God of Love.

[livejournal.com profile] gadgetorious did an spectacular job of marrying these two universes together, both believably and uniquely. Her take on bitter but secretly supportive of love Cupid!Bones is fabulous and her embarrassed-but-determined Jim is even more so. The only thing, for me, that would have made it better is a side-story of some sort so we could find out exactly how Jim stumbled onto the fact that McCoy is was the God of Love.

Draw Back Your Bow

Draw Back Your Bow by gadgetorious (NC-17)

  • Sep. 24th, 2010 at 9:35 PM
Bonus rec! (to make up for the shortness of my other :)

Title: Draw Back Your Bow
Fandom: Star Trek XI, Xena: Warrior Princess
Pairing: Kirk/McCoy
Categories: Humor, Romance, Crossover
Length: Medium
Warnings: None
 
Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] gadgetorious
Website: n/a
 
Review:
After Jim finds out that McCoy is more than just a simple country doctor, he feels the need to has this out. Much to McCoy's dismay.

'Draw Back Your Bow' is everything I hoped for in a Cupid!Bones story. That is to say, Bones is still Bones: grumpy, bitter, and unhappily divorced. He isn't sporting wings (though I would have loved it if he had) or trying to play matchmaker. He's just himself, and so is Jim, who is equal parts fascinated and embarrassed that his best friend (and love interest) is the former God of Love.

[livejournal.com profile] gadgetorious did an spectacular job of marrying these two universes together, both believably and uniquely. Her take on bitter but secretly supportive of love Cupid!Bones is fabulous and her embarrassed-but-determined Jim is even more so. The only thing, for me, that would have made it better is a side-story of some sort so we could find out exactly how Jim stumbled onto the fact that McCoy is was the God of Love.

Draw Back Your Bow

Draw Back Your Bow by gadgetorious (NC-17)

  • Sep. 24th, 2010 at 9:35 PM
Bonus rec! (to make up for the shortness of my other :)

Title: Draw Back Your Bow
Fandom: Star Trek XI, Xena: Warrior Princess
Pairing: Kirk/McCoy
Categories: Humor, Romance, Crossover
Length: Medium
Warnings: None
 
Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] gadgetorious
Website: n/a
 
Review:
After Jim finds out that McCoy is more than just a simple country doctor, he feels the need to has this out. Much to McCoy's dismay.

'Draw Back Your Bow' is everything I hoped for in a Cupid!Bones story. That is to say, Bones is still Bones: grumpy, bitter, and unhappily divorced. He isn't sporting wings (though I would have loved it if he had) or trying to play matchmaker. He's just himself, and so is Jim, who is equal parts fascinated and embarrassed that his best friend (and love interest) is the former God of Love.

[livejournal.com profile] gadgetorious did an spectacular job of marrying these two universes together, both believably and uniquely. Her take on bitter but secretly supportive of love Cupid!Bones is fabulous and her embarrassed-but-determined Jim is even more so. The only thing, for me, that would have made it better is a side-story of some sort so we could find out exactly how Jim stumbled onto the fact that McCoy is was the God of Love.

Draw Back Your Bow

Cupid's Little Helper by Scribe (R)

  • Aug. 5th, 2010 at 8:54 AM
Title: Seeking Balance and Cupid's Little Helper
Fandom: Xena: Warrior Princess
Pairing: Ares/Joxer, Cupid/Strife
Categories: AU, Family, First Time, Friendship, Kids, Mpreg, romance,
Length: Epic (56,000)
Warnings: Past Rape, Familial Neglect, Dialog inconstancy [Strife speaks with a severe accent throughout]

Author on LJ: n/a
Website: Scribe's Home

Summary: Strife messes up the wrong wedding and is forced to help Cupid fix it.

Review: Cupid's little helper tells the story of how Cupid and Strife got together. It's prequel, Seeking Balance, tells the story of how Joxer and Ares fell in love. Both stories are sweet and relatively fluffy romances, though they do have their dark moments.

I particularly enjoyed seeing Cupid and Strife work together to get couples together. There's nothing quite like have a God of Mischeif as you Matchmaker. Particularly when he's not afraid to crossdress to get the job done.

This slightly obsurd series is good for when you want a laugh, though keep in mind that there are some more serious parts of the story. While Cupid's little helper can stand alone, Seeking balance gives some insight into the backstory of the series.

Seeking Balance and Cupid's Little Helper

Cupid's Little Helper by Scribe (R)

  • Aug. 5th, 2010 at 8:54 AM
Title: Seeking Balance and Cupid's Little Helper
Fandom: Xena: Warrior Princess
Pairing: Ares/Joxer, Cupid/Strife
Categories: AU, Family, First Time, Friendship, Kids, Mpreg, romance,
Length: Epic (56,000)
Warnings: Past Rape, Familial Neglect, Dialog inconstancy [Strife speaks with a severe accent throughout]

Author on LJ: n/a
Website: Scribe's Home

Summary: Strife messes up the wrong wedding and is forced to help Cupid fix it.

Review: Cupid's little helper tells the story of how Cupid and Strife got together. It's prequel, Seeking Balance, tells the story of how Joxer and Ares fell in love. Both stories are sweet and relatively fluffy romances, though they do have their dark moments.

I particularly enjoyed seeing Cupid and Strife work together to get couples together. There's nothing quite like have a God of Mischeif as you Matchmaker. Particularly when he's not afraid to crossdress to get the job done.

This slightly obsurd series is good for when you want a laugh, though keep in mind that there are some more serious parts of the story. While Cupid's little helper can stand alone, Seeking balance gives some insight into the backstory of the series.

Seeking Balance and Cupid's Little Helper

Cupid's Little Helper by Scribe (R)

  • Aug. 5th, 2010 at 8:54 AM
Title: Seeking Balance and Cupid's Little Helper
Fandom: Xena: Warrior Princess
Pairing: Ares/Joxer, Cupid/Strife
Categories: AU, Family, First Time, Friendship, Kids, Mpreg, romance,
Length: Epic (56,000)
Warnings: Past Rape, Familial Neglect, Dialog inconstancy [Strife speaks with a severe accent throughout]

Author on LJ: n/a
Website: Scribe's Home

Summary: Strife messes up the wrong wedding and is forced to help Cupid fix it.

Review: Cupid's little helper tells the story of how Cupid and Strife got together. It's prequel, Seeking Balance, tells the story of how Joxer and Ares fell in love. Both stories are sweet and relatively fluffy romances, though they do have their dark moments.

I particularly enjoyed seeing Cupid and Strife work together to get couples together. There's nothing quite like have a God of Mischeif as you Matchmaker. Particularly when he's not afraid to crossdress to get the job done.

This slightly obsurd series is good for when you want a laugh, though keep in mind that there are some more serious parts of the story. While Cupid's little helper can stand alone, Seeking balance gives some insight into the backstory of the series.

Seeking Balance and Cupid's Little Helper

Cupid's Little Helper by Scribe (R)

  • Aug. 5th, 2010 at 8:54 AM
Title: Seeking Balance and Cupid's Little Helper
Fandom: Xena: Warrior Princess
Pairing: Ares/Joxer, Cupid/Strife
Categories: AU, Family, First Time, Friendship, Kids, Mpreg, romance,
Length: Epic (56,000)
Warnings: Past Rape, Familial Neglect, Dialog inconstancy [Strife speaks with a severe accent throughout]

Author on LJ: n/a
Website: Scribe's Home

Summary: Strife messes up the wrong wedding and is forced to help Cupid fix it.

Review: Cupid's little helper tells the story of how Cupid and Strife got together. It's prequel, Seeking Balance, tells the story of how Joxer and Ares fell in love. Both stories are sweet and relatively fluffy romances, though they do have their dark moments.

I particularly enjoyed seeing Cupid and Strife work together to get couples together. There's nothing quite like have a God of Mischeif as you Matchmaker. Particularly when he's not afraid to crossdress to get the job done.

This slightly obsurd series is good for when you want a laugh, though keep in mind that there are some more serious parts of the story. While Cupid's little helper can stand alone, Seeking balance gives some insight into the backstory of the series.

Seeking Balance and Cupid's Little Helper

Cupid's Little Helper by Scribe (R)

  • Aug. 5th, 2010 at 8:54 AM
Title: Seeking Balance and Cupid's Little Helper
Fandom: Xena: Warrior Princess
Pairing: Ares/Joxer, Cupid/Strife
Categories: AU, Family, First Time, Friendship, Kids, Mpreg, romance,
Length: Epic (56,000)
Warnings: Past Rape, Familial Neglect, Dialog inconstancy [Strife speaks with a severe accent throughout]

Author on LJ: n/a
Website: Scribe's Home

Summary: Strife messes up the wrong wedding and is forced to help Cupid fix it.

Review: Cupid's little helper tells the story of how Cupid and Strife got together. It's prequel, Seeking Balance, tells the story of how Joxer and Ares fell in love. Both stories are sweet and relatively fluffy romances, though they do have their dark moments.

I particularly enjoyed seeing Cupid and Strife work together to get couples together. There's nothing quite like have a God of Mischeif as you Matchmaker. Particularly when he's not afraid to crossdress to get the job done.

This slightly obsurd series is good for when you want a laugh, though keep in mind that there are some more serious parts of the story. While Cupid's little helper can stand alone, Seeking balance gives some insight into the backstory of the series.

Seeking Balance and Cupid's Little Helper

Cupid's Little Helper by Scribe (R)

  • Aug. 5th, 2010 at 8:54 AM
Title: Seeking Balance and Cupid's Little Helper
Fandom: Xena: Warrior Princess
Pairing: Ares/Joxer, Cupid/Strife
Categories: AU, Family, First Time, Friendship, Kids, Mpreg, romance,
Length: Epic (56,000)
Warnings: Past Rape, Familial Neglect, Dialog inconstancy [Strife speaks with a severe accent throughout]

Author on LJ: n/a
Website: Scribe's Home

Summary: Strife messes up the wrong wedding and is forced to help Cupid fix it.

Review: Cupid's little helper tells the story of how Cupid and Strife got together. It's prequel, Seeking Balance, tells the story of how Joxer and Ares fell in love. Both stories are sweet and relatively fluffy romances, though they do have their dark moments.

I particularly enjoyed seeing Cupid and Strife work together to get couples together. There's nothing quite like have a God of Mischeif as you Matchmaker. Particularly when he's not afraid to crossdress to get the job done.

This slightly obsurd series is good for when you want a laugh, though keep in mind that there are some more serious parts of the story. While Cupid's little helper can stand alone, Seeking balance gives some insight into the backstory of the series.

Seeking Balance and Cupid's Little Helper

Casus Belli by Vyola (NC-17)

  • Jul. 12th, 2010 at 7:57 AM
Apple (my previous rec) seems to have disappeared from the internet, so a different bonus rec:

Title: Casus Belli by Vyola
Fandom: Xena/Hercules
Pairing: Ares/Joxer
Categories: pwp, humor, fluff
Length: Medium (~4,100 words)
Warnings: n/a

Author on LJ: n/a?
Website: n/a

Review:
After a battle, Ares shows up to claim Joxer as a bedmate. Honestly? Joxer doesn't seem to have a problem with that.

Ares/Joxer wasn't a pairing I'd considered before, but it definitely works in this fic. Aside from the smut, you also have some fabulous banter and the not-so-legendary adventures of Xena, Gabrielle, Hercules, and Iolaus as they try to save Joxer from repeated orgasms are pretty hilarious. A bit of fluffy humor with a side of smut for folks who are looking for a little light reading.

Casus Belli

Casus Belli by Vyola (NC-17)

  • Jul. 12th, 2010 at 7:57 AM
Apple (my previous rec) seems to have disappeared from the internet, so a different bonus rec:

Title: Casus Belli by Vyola
Fandom: Xena/Hercules
Pairing: Ares/Joxer
Categories: pwp, humor, fluff
Length: Medium (~4,100 words)
Warnings: n/a

Author on LJ: n/a?
Website: n/a

Review:
After a battle, Ares shows up to claim Joxer as a bedmate. Honestly? Joxer doesn't seem to have a problem with that.

Ares/Joxer wasn't a pairing I'd considered before, but it definitely works in this fic. Aside from the smut, you also have some fabulous banter and the not-so-legendary adventures of Xena, Gabrielle, Hercules, and Iolaus as they try to save Joxer from repeated orgasms are pretty hilarious. A bit of fluffy humor with a side of smut for folks who are looking for a little light reading.

Casus Belli

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