Title: The land of the blind
Fandom: Sherlock
Pairing: John/Sherlock
Categories/Genres: Apocalypse
Length: 12759
Warnings: Disturbing Themes, Dubious Science

Author/Artist on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] entangled_now
Author/Artist Website: The land of the blind on livejournal

Summary: Sherlock's been acting strangely for days. There's a claustrophobic silence to the flat, experiments tossed aside or abandoned, cases ignored. It's almost as if nothing matters any more. John's determined to know why. 

Review:
This fic is seriously mind bending and shocking in its strangeness and sharp simplicity. It makes you face emptiness and re-evaluate your priorities. It's exceedingly clever and even if it's not your cup of tea, Libraryofsol's fics are a pix'n'mix of excellence in most fandoms.

The Land of the Blind

John Watson, Bachelor by Rayonea (NC-17)

  • May. 15th, 2015 at 10:48 PM
Title: John Watson, Bachelor
Fandom: Sherlock BBC
Pairing: Sherlock/John, John/Sarah
Categories/Genres: Bachelor!AU
Length: 143,500

Author/Artist Website: Fanfiction

Summary: For those of you who aren't up-to-date on their Reality TV schedules, Monday night is The Bachelor night. This season, John Watson is the bachelor. Tonight, our journey comes to a close.

Review:
This is definitely a strange twist to the Bachelor AU. John is the contestant on a version of the Bachelor. Among many many women, Sherlock is the only male there to win his heart. Sherlock knows he's only on the show because his brother is evil and the show wanted to drum up some interest by doing a scandal. He hardly expects to last more than one night. Yet rose ceremony after ceremony he receives a rose from John much to his surprise and John's.

John Watson, Bachelor

Wee!Doctor Verse by American Jedi (PG-13)

  • May. 8th, 2015 at 7:50 PM
Title: Wee Doctor
Fandom: Sherlock(BBC)
Pairing: Gen
Categories/Genres: De-aged, Time Travel, Homeless
Length: 229,000
Warnings: Major Character Death, Graphic Depictions of Violence

Author/Artist on LJ: americanjedi

Summary: Dr. John Watson is turned into an eight year old child, dealing with Sherlock who doesn't know him in a world where he was never born. He's a little stressed out, but he's got his priorities straight.

Review:
This story will forever stick in my heart as my favourite Sherlock fanfic. I rarely read gen but the emotion in this story makes me wish that there was a completely separate label for fics that have the best kinds of family love even when there is no romance.

And John is so uniquely lovable you can't even blame Sherlock for loving the grumpy eight year old wrapped in a woolly jumpers.

I've read a lot of fics where John gets to go back in time and redo all the cases and impress Sherlock with his foresight. But this fic tops them all by making you forget it's copying the episodes.

It is it's own true story with original characters that will become special to you and a storyline that makes you fall for John and Sherlock like you never even knew them. You ache for Sherlock who is presented with a tantalising puzzle in the young John that can never be solved. And John, who keeps major pieces of the puzzle to himself so that he can keep Sherlock as his and keep him safe at the same time.

I thought as I was reading this that it would be one of those fics that would go on forever until the writer lost their way. I thought there could never be an ending that would satisfy the height on which it had been brought to. I was wrong on all accounts. The ending made so much sense and I would never have thought of it in a million years. While with a fic this good I would have wanted it to last forever, no one can deny it made sense to end it where it was.

Wee Doctor

The Swan Triad by Pennin_Ink (pg-13)

  • Mar. 20th, 2015 at 11:36 AM
Title: The Swan Triad
Fandom: Sherlock
Pairing: Sherlock/John
Categories/Genres: Fairytale, Romance
Length: 121,660
Warnings: Moriarty!Warning

Author/Artist on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] pennin_ink
Author/Artist AO3: AO3 Link

Summary: Sherlock and John grow up spending every summer together. Their mothers' attempts to play matchmaker only fuel their mutual resentment and scorn. But then, one summer...  (Swan Princess AU)

Review:
This fic is pretty much the example of don't judge a book by it's cover. I would not have given this fic a second look if it had not been on someones rec list. And I am not a fan of the swan princess because a prince that stupid shouldn't rule over anyone one day. Which is why this fic literally is the nicest surprise. It will grab your heart in a way only love can. You grow up with John and Sherlock from the sweet tooth rotting sweetness of when Sherlock is born to their constant fighting as they get older to realising what they are to each other just as John's about to go away.

Rather than the thrilling mystery and fondness you feel over canon Sherlock and John, you feel like you know everything about the characters in the story from very early on and not only do you like these characters but that these characters at it for you. I dare anyone to read this story and swear they are not soul crushingly in deep love with both Sherlock and John.

Best of all I love how pennin_ink manages to write Sherlock. A couple of times over the story the writer writes a paragraph about how Sherlock looks to another and heart in your throat and beating out your chest your mind latches onto it. And it's usually something simple like Shelock walking down the stairs or being sad in the woods. It certainly is inspiring to any fan artist out there who want to paint themselves something.

Don't just listen to this rec though, check out many others that can be found through google. The least articulate usually show someone scoffing at the premise of Sherlock as a swan princess and ending in a computer being heaved dramatically out of a window at the sheer emotion the fic grips you with. I admit the fic got me so bad I immediately went out looking for a swan necklace myself and only found a tiny charm which is now my favourite.

The Swan Triad
Title: A Very Sherlock Musical
Fandom: Sherlock BBC
Pairing: John/Sherlock
Categories: Musical AU
Length: Medium (11,980 words)
Warnings: None

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] flawedamythyst
Author Websites: favicon flawedamythyst

Author's Summary: So, you know how musicals are set in a world where people just burst into song every five minutes, and everyone around them automatically knows to join in with the tune and choreography? This fic is set in that world.

John finds it extremely frustrating that Sherlock won't sing their theme song with him.

Not Season 3-compliant.


Review:
Despite the premise, this is too smart to be just cute or cracky. It's funny and often touching, like Buffy's "Once More With Feeling." Except here, instead of being temporary, shared music is a fact of life. flawedamythyst gives us real a sense of that with lines like:
Sherlock spared him a glance. “You're late,” he observed.

John made a face. “Got caught up in a street ensemble of It's Bloody Raining Again,"

And, upon shooting the serial killer from A Study in Pink to the swell of rushing music:
"[John] wanted to blame the music, but everyone knew that didn't count as a defence in court."

This is basically canon compliant until the end of season 2, but with added issues brought about by the uncontrollable need to break into song. John is confused and hurt by Sherlock's unwillingness to sing with him. Then he realizes Sherlock has never sung a duet or offered backup vocals on a family chorus or police song. The author focuses on these issues and less on the details of cases we've already seen, so I never felt like this was a rehash of the series with something slapped on top. Plus the lyrics are well written; I had no trouble imagining the accompanying tunes to dangerous chases and heartfelt declarations alike.

A Very Sherlock Musical (AO3)

Illogical, even. by magikspell (NC-17)

  • Jan. 27th, 2014 at 9:00 AM
Title: Illogical, even.
Fandom: Sherlock BBC
Pairing: Sherlock/John (some unhealthy Sherlock/Victor)
Categories: Sherlock centric, growing up, character study, first time, romance, awkward sexual situations
Length: Medium (9,124 words)
Warnings: None

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] magikspell
Author Websites: favicon magikspell, 221bee tumblr

Author's Summary: Five reasons Sherlock never believed in love and one reason he does now.

Review:
Beginning in early childhood, Sherlock learns painful lessons about what it means to connect with others, and by the time he's 34, he's sure he understands the whole uncomfortable mess. Then he meets John.

The 'five+ things' trope lets us drop into Sherlock's life at ages 5, 10, 16, 20, 27 and 34 without a long epic. Sherlock learns in very different ways to be cynical and closed off, because he can't help deducing the problems between his parents and later between his schoolmates and between himself and Victor. The childhood years especially, before the cynicism sets in, make you want to console and reassure him. I love the repeated paragraph full of mark-throughs and revisions, like the chorus of a song, updating his conclusions. The awkward sex seems just right for someone who can't easily get lost in sensation and who mistrusts the motivations of others. And of course, I loved the revelation of John and the tectonic shift in Sherlock's understanding when he finds he belongs to an Us.

Illogical, even.

Title: Let You Kiss Me (So Sweet and So Soft)
Fandom: Sherlock
Pairing: John/Sherlock
Categories: Domestic, Romance, Misunderstandings, Kissing
Length: medium (8,666 words)
Warnings: None

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] out_there
Author Website: favicon out_there

Author's Summary:
The first time Sherlock kisses him, John keeps his eyes open, and so does Sherlock, and mostly, he wonders what Sherlock could possibly be up to. There'll be some logic to this. Some ridiculous experiment about body warmth or respiratory rates or testing a new way of picking pockets. Sherlock does the unimaginable for bizarre reasons, but behind it, there's always logic and curiosity. Sometimes, it just takes him a while to explain it to John.

Review:
This is well written and clever, with Sherlock making things far more complicated than they need to be and John having a hard time figuring out why Sherlock changed the rules of their relationship with no notice.

I particularly liked the phone call with Mycroft, John getting a clue about the series of 'restaurant critiques', and the way a single miscalculation can throw off all Sherlock's careful machinations.

It's sweet and funny with great dialog, and it's a terrific read.

My review's shorter than usual, because I'm feeling under the weather today, but if you haven't read this 2010 story, don't let it keep you from giving this a read!

Let You Kiss Me (So Sweet and So Soft)
On LJ

Title: Saving Sherlock Holmes
Fandom: Sherlock BBC
Pairing: John/Sherlock, Greg/Mycroft
Categories: AU, pre-canon, romance, school, case fic, drama, Mycroft as Sherlock's legal guardian
Length: Super Epic (139,494 words)
Warnings: Minor character death: Mummy, original characters. Underage: consenting sex between sixteen-year-olds.

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] earlgreytea68
Author Website: favicon earlgreytea68

Author's Summary: Sherlock Holmes, schoolboy. Yeah, that basically sums it up.

Review:
Earlgreytea68 bumps up the timeline so that Sherlock meets John at Eton when they're sixteen, and over the course of 139k words, she shows us all the ways that changes both their lives -- and Mycroft and Greg's lives as well. But she's also ingenious at bringing in familiar characters and plotlines in a way that rings true and keeps this close to canon.

The story opens with eighteen-year-old Mycroft handling their mother's funeral and the responsibility of eleven-year-old Sherlock. I felt especially bad for Mycroft and how much he demanded of himself as the older brother. In fact, as much as I loved Sherlock and John in this story, it was Sherlock's relationship with Mycroft that might have been my favorite part; they're so in character, but this new set of circumstances allows for some differences in how they come to understand one another.

John showing up early means he's able to balance Sherlock out some of the time, but John's changed by the early association too. There are parallels between him and Mycroft since John has been forced to be the primary caretaker of his own family at a young age, due to alcoholism rather than death, and meeting the Holmes brothers affects his home life and his choices.

Earlgreytea68 writes this beautifully. The dialog's great. Although she says she wondered what would happen if she gave the Holmes boys "everything they needed to fix themselves" early on, she doesn't oversimplify; there are definite struggles to get where they're going. Everyone's complex and in character. Greg is a tutor with a friend at Scotland Yard and an interest in Mycroft. Ms. Hudson is the nanny, and Moriarty provides danger and tension. Little touches like Mycroft's umbrella at the beginning and end show how well the author knows and loves these characters.

Saving Sherlock Holmes (AO3)
On LJ (Last chapter, which has links to all chapters.)

Title: I Used to Live Alone Before I Knew You
Fandom: Sherlock BBC (set in the Good Omens universe)
Pairing: John/Sherlock
Categories: AU, supernatural, religious themes, action, romance, wings
Length: Medium (11,052)
Warnings: Minor character death: Moriarty and original characters

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] etothepii
Author Website: favicon etothepii

Author's Summary: Where Mycroft is an angel, Sherlock is a demon, and John is still John.

Review:
Sherlock's a demon, but although he's done some pretty nasty things in his past, he's lived so long that he's bored now. He and Mycroft, "know that nothing they do really matters, in the grand scheme of things. One day there will be a final battle, where Heaven and Hell will compete for their final victory. And it will be a really big deal, they're sure. But until that day comes, both sides are in and will remain in a holding pattern..."

Enter John, who fascinates Sherlock despite the inconvenience of pretending to be human around him. John's surprised that Sherlock believes in God, but what he doesn't know is that there's no faith involved.

There are cases, souls on the line, secrets revealed, and Moriarty's games. Etothepii sets everything in a believable grey area where demons are damned but capable of emotional attachment, and where angels and demons can secretly work together. The relationship between Mycroft and Sherlock is very well done; I love that they rely on one another even as they argue over which side gets whose souls. It's very in character for both of them. Actually, everything about the fusion slots seamlessly into place (though you don't need to have read Good Omens to understand and enjoy). And Sherlock's feelings for John and his trust in him are the heart of the story.

I Used to Live Alone Before I Knew You (AO3)
On LJ

A Study in Intimacy by doodle (PG-13)

  • Feb. 26th, 2013 at 12:09 AM
Title : A study in intimacy
Fandom: Sherlock
Pairing: Sherlock/John
Categories: Fluff, domestic, first time, romance
Length: Medium (5183 words)
Warnings: N/A

Author on LJ: N/A
Author Website: doodle

Summary:
People don't touch Sherlock Holmes, not like they touch other people.
Then he meets John Watson.

Review:
After a few complicated days at work, I was looking for some heart-warming and fluffy fics to read and here is one of the gems I went back to. I just love the slow pace of this story which is matching the evolution of Sherlock and John's relationship. The main characters are quite recognizable and the rest of the cast is just spot on. Just look at Mrs. Hudson and Sally Donovan...
The writing is gorgeous, showing the delicacy of the feelings between the different characters while never being over the top. It's just one of those perfect stories you want to read at home with a hot drink, hiding from the rest of the world.


A Study in Intimacy

Amenable by Resonant (NC-17)

  • Feb. 18th, 2013 at 10:20 AM
It's Romance/Harlequin theme week!

Title: Amenable
Fandom: Sherlock BBC
Pairing: John/Sherlock
Categories: Romance, first time, making out, misunderstanding
Length: Medium (6,120)
Warnings: None

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] resonant8
Author Website: favicon Resonant, Resonant's website

Author's Summary: You certainly never forgot who you were kissing with Sherlock.

Review:
When John realizes his life is odd enough that he can hardly make it worse, he gives in to a desire to kiss Sherlock. It's a move that should be straight forward, except that Sherlock has a starring role. Luckily, John's understanding and acceptance of how Sherlock thinks makes things work. (When Sherlock eventually asks John where he can touch, John says, "Eyes are right out. Front teeth are all right, but back ones'd be a bit odd.") And despite misunderstandings on both sides, John figures out what's going on between them before Sherlock does, something Resonant makes believable.

It's sweet and smart, with a smidge of angst, and offbeat enough that you won't feel like you've read it before... Unless you actually have read it before; it's a fandom favorite from two years ago. And definitely worth a second read!

Amenable (AO3)
On Resonant's website

26 Pieces by Lanning (NC-17)

  • Jan. 14th, 2013 at 10:45 PM
Title : 26 pieces
Fandom: Sherlock
Pairing: Sherlock Holmes/John Watson
Categories: Case file, drama, first time, fluff, hurt/confort, romance.
Length: Long (28236 words)
Warnings: Torture, mention of dub-con sex with underage characters. Deaths of secondary characters.

Author on LJ: N/A
Author Website: Lanning

Summary:
Mycroft gives Sherlock the apparently simple task of solving a puzzle box containing a stolen microchip. It isn't simple.

Review:
Here is one of the best case file of this fandom. The plot is amazing and very believable. The author takes a few scenes from the first season and runs with them in the best way possible.
The characterizations are spot on. Sherlock, John and Mycroft are well-crafted as are the different OCs. The dialogs really add to the story line and are well-written.
While this fic goes through some really dark places (just look at the warnings please), it's also funny, romantic and hot and it does have a happy ending. If you haven't read it yet, what are you still doing here? And if you did, you should take the time to read it once more...

26 Pieces

26 Pieces by Lanning (NC-17)

  • Jan. 14th, 2013 at 10:45 PM
Title : 26 pieces
Fandom: Sherlock
Pairing: Sherlock Holmes/John Watson
Categories: Case file, drama, first time, fluff, hurt/confort, romance.
Length: Long (28236 words)
Warnings: Torture, mention of dub-con sex with underage characters. Deaths of secondary characters.

Author on LJ: N/A
Author Website: Lanning

Summary:
Mycroft gives Sherlock the apparently simple task of solving a puzzle box containing a stolen microchip. It isn't simple.

Review:
Here is one of the best case file of this fandom. The plot is amazing and very believable. The author takes a few scenes from the first season and runs with them in the best way possible.
The characterizations are spot on. Sherlock, John and Mycroft are well-crafted as are the different OCs. The dialogs really add to the story line and are well-written.
While this fic goes through some really dark places (just look at the warnings please), it's also funny, romantic and hot and it does have a happy ending. If you haven't read it yet, what are you still doing here? And if you did, you should take the time to read it once more...

26 Pieces
Title : These Things Were Promises
Fandom: Sherlock Holmes (Ritchie!verse)
Pairing: Holmes/Watson
Categories: Amnesia, Hurt/Comfort, Angst, Drama
Length: Epic (53,244 words)
Warnings: Addiction, Mental Health Issues

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] paperclipbitch
Author Website: faviconpaperclipbitch


Summary:
Watson has had to take a brutal course in being honest with himself so nothing Holmes says will ever be a surprise.

Review:
One of the better Ritchieverse Holmes/Watson stories out there, this story has the characterization down perfectly. Holmes' cocaine addiction and Watson's gambling problem are not glossed over as they are in the movies, which makes for quite a bit of angst and drama. The details in the story give it depth and help set a lovely pace so the story doesn't seem rushed. The perfect balance of angst and humor keep the story from becoming overly dark.



These Things Were Promises
Title : These Things Were Promises
Fandom: Sherlock Holmes (Ritchie!verse)
Pairing: Holmes/Watson
Categories: Amnesia, Hurt/Comfort, Angst, Drama
Length: Epic (53,244 words)
Warnings: Addiction, Mental Health Issues

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] paperclipbitch
Author Website: faviconpaperclipbitch


Summary:
Watson has had to take a brutal course in being honest with himself so nothing Holmes says will ever be a surprise.

Review:
One of the better Ritchieverse Holmes/Watson stories out there, this story has the characterization down perfectly. Holmes' cocaine addiction and Watson's gambling problem are not glossed over as they are in the movies, which makes for quite a bit of angst and drama. The details in the story give it depth and help set a lovely pace so the story doesn't seem rushed. The perfect balance of angst and humor keep the story from becoming overly dark.



These Things Were Promises

Bent by lifeonmars (R)

  • Sep. 24th, 2012 at 1:00 PM
It's Mystery/Case File theme week!

Title: Bent
Fandom: Sherlock BBC
Pairing: Sherlock/John
Categories: mystery, case file, first kiss, Arthur Conan Doyle canon
Length: medium (12,101)
Warnings: mention of past OC character death

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] lifeonmars
Author Website: favicon lifeonmars

Summary: Sherlock straightens a poker. Something in John's mind snaps.
For all fans of The Speckled Band.

Review:
I love that lifeonmars took the story that Arthur Conan Doyle called his best Holmes work and made it her own. If you've read The Speckled Band, you'll recognize the major plot points, but she's modernized the details enough that it will keep you guessing. It's a well executed mystery, and you're led through all the clues that could conceivably allow you to come up with the answer yourself.

It's not just the mystery that's clever. There's nimble writing, stretching "Bent" to apply not only to the stoker from the famous story, but also to the bending of perception, of relationship, and of sexual orientation. Added bonuses are John and Sherlock wrestling on the floor, John figuring out his more-than-fond feelings, and snappy lines like, "It's had rather an unusual morning for a fireplace implement." Definitely an enjoyable read!

AO3: Bent

LJ: Part 1, Part 2

Bent by lifeonmars (R)

  • Sep. 24th, 2012 at 1:00 PM
It's Mystery/Case File theme week!

Title: Bent
Fandom: Sherlock BBC
Pairing: Sherlock/John
Categories: mystery, case file, first kiss, Arthur Conan Doyle canon
Length: medium (12,101)
Warnings: mention of past OC character death

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] lifeonmars
Author Website: favicon lifeonmars

Summary: Sherlock straightens a poker. Something in John's mind snaps.
For all fans of The Speckled Band.

Review:
I love that lifeonmars took the story that Arthur Conan Doyle called his best Holmes work and made it her own. If you've read The Speckled Band, you'll recognize the major plot points, but she's modernized the details enough that it will keep you guessing. It's a well executed mystery, and you're led through all the clues that could conceivably allow you to come up with the answer yourself.

It's not just the mystery that's clever. There's nimble writing, stretching "Bent" to apply not only to the stoker from the famous story, but also to the bending of perception, of relationship, and of sexual orientation. Added bonuses are John and Sherlock wrestling on the floor, John figuring out his more-than-fond feelings, and snappy lines like, "It's had rather an unusual morning for a fireplace implement." Definitely an enjoyable read!

AO3: Bent

LJ: Part 1, Part 2

Bent by lifeonmars (R)

  • Sep. 24th, 2012 at 1:00 PM
It's Mystery/Case File theme week!

Title: Bent
Fandom: Sherlock BBC
Pairing: Sherlock/John
Categories: mystery, case file, first kiss, Arthur Conan Doyle canon
Length: medium (12,101)
Warnings: mention of past OC character death

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] lifeonmars
Author Website: favicon lifeonmars

Summary: Sherlock straightens a poker. Something in John's mind snaps.
For all fans of The Speckled Band.

Review:
I love that lifeonmars took the story that Arthur Conan Doyle called his best Holmes work and made it her own. If you've read The Speckled Band, you'll recognize the major plot points, but she's modernized the details enough that it will keep you guessing. It's a well executed mystery, and you're led through all the clues that could conceivably allow you to come up with the answer yourself.

It's not just the mystery that's clever. There's nimble writing, stretching "Bent" to apply not only to the stoker from the famous story, but also to the bending of perception, of relationship, and of sexual orientation. Added bonuses are John and Sherlock wrestling on the floor, John figuring out his more-than-fond feelings, and snappy lines like, "It's had rather an unusual morning for a fireplace implement." Definitely an enjoyable read!

AO3: Bent

LJ: Part 1, Part 2

Bent by lifeonmars (R)

  • Sep. 24th, 2012 at 1:00 PM
It's Mystery/Case File theme week!

Title: Bent
Fandom: Sherlock BBC
Pairing: Sherlock/John
Categories: mystery, case file, first kiss, Arthur Conan Doyle canon
Length: medium (12,101)
Warnings: mention of past OC character death

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] lifeonmars
Author Website: favicon lifeonmars

Summary: Sherlock straightens a poker. Something in John's mind snaps.
For all fans of The Speckled Band.

Review:
I love that lifeonmars took the story that Arthur Conan Doyle called his best Holmes work and made it her own. If you've read The Speckled Band, you'll recognize the major plot points, but she's modernized the details enough that it will keep you guessing. It's a well executed mystery, and you're led through all the clues that could conceivably allow you to come up with the answer yourself.

It's not just the mystery that's clever. There's nimble writing, stretching "Bent" to apply not only to the stoker from the famous story, but also to the bending of perception, of relationship, and of sexual orientation. Added bonuses are John and Sherlock wrestling on the floor, John figuring out his more-than-fond feelings, and snappy lines like, "It's had rather an unusual morning for a fireplace implement." Definitely an enjoyable read!

AO3: Bent

LJ: Part 1, Part 2
Title: Thermodynamics Series
Fandom: Sherlock BBC
Pairing: Sherlock/John
Categories: domestic, asexual, first time, romance, humor
Length: long (16,300)
Warnings: none

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] entangled_now
Author Website: faviconentanglednow

Summary: In which there's no heating and there's a dead owl in Sherlock's bed.

Review:
You know how, in many stories, the focus is on the action, and only brief mention is made of catching a night's sleep? In this series, you get the night's sleep, in glorious detail, with thrashing, cover pulling and what percentage of the bed is stolen from John. Hot beverage demands are a recurring theme.

Entanglednow captures John's deadpan exasperation and the sharp humor in Sherlock's inability to understand such social norms as not storing a dead owl in your room, not expecting to be welcomed unannounced at 2 a.m., and not dying of hypothermia because you couldn't be bothered.

I also like the moment when John catches on to what's been happening, and Sherlock illustrates that identifying as asexual doesn't mean he isn't, as usual, wholly obsessed by anything to do with John.

Thermodynamics Series (at AO3)

LJ: The Second Law of Thermodynamics, The Art of Negotiation, The Definition of Insanity, The Rules

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