Title: Twenty Years of Stealing my Food
Fandom: House M.D.
Pairing: Gregory House/James Wilson
Categories/Genres: Cheating, Relationships,
Length: 103,374
Warnings:Lots of cheating and adultery

Author/Artist on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] hwshipper
Author/Artist on AO3: HWShipper

Summary: A backstory taking place over twenty years, from how House and Wilson met all the way to canon.

Review: This fic is certainly not lacking in details. Want to know the huge amount of unheard story the show didn’t even try to capitalize on? This fic tells about how Wilson and House met way before the show says they did and how they stayed friends and more while everything else moves on around them.
This fic is rough and mean which is what makes the characters so believable. House is his usual self but this fic makes a point out of showing that Wilson is just as bad if not worse in a lot of ways while still maintaining his goody two shoe side which had to be tricky to do.
I doubt you will find a fic with as much cheating in it as this one but at the same time you won’t find a fic with this kind of faithfulness either. Despite the fact neither have moments of monogamy that last more than a few weeks they are constantly open with each other even when it hurts both of them and there are so many moments where their love for each other shines through.
This fic also has many side stories any my favorite is about Wilson’s two twin nieces and how they perceive House and Wilson’s relationship. They first see them together when they are very young and throughout all Wilson’s wives have wanted the two to be out about their relationship. They love Wilson but their reactions to House are so funny and adorable because they easily see through his scathing words to what he really means and like him for it.

Twenty Years of Stealing my Food

House in Atlantis by Belladonna (PG13)

  • Sep. 30th, 2010 at 9:03 PM
Title: House In Atlantis Series
Fandom: House/Stargate Atlantis/Stargate SG1
Pairing: House/Wilson, Carson/House, Carson/Rodney, Jack/Daniel
Categories: Fluff, Friendship, Romance
Length: Medium (15,400)
Warnings: adultery

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

Review: This is a series of House and Stargate Atlantis crossovers that take place during an undisclosed time early in both series. The premises is fairly straight forward, as Carson Becket asks his old friend Doctor House to come to Atlantis and put his skills to good use.

What makes this series so good, is houses interaction with the Stargate crew. From staring at Anise's 'rack' to fight an invasion of Goa'uld in Princeton Plainsboro Teaching Hospital, to getting Rondney to admit his feelings for Carson, there is never a slow moment in this fun and fast-paced series.

House in Atlantis and A Goa’uld in Jersey and Double Jeopardy

 

House in Atlantis by Belladonna (PG13)

  • Sep. 30th, 2010 at 9:03 PM
Title: House In Atlantis Series
Fandom: House/Stargate Atlantis/Stargate SG1
Pairing: House/Wilson, Carson/House, Carson/Rodney, Jack/Daniel
Categories: Fluff, Friendship, Romance
Length: Medium (15,400)
Warnings: adultery

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

Review: This is a series of House and Stargate Atlantis crossovers that take place during an undisclosed time early in both series. The premises is fairly straight forward, as Carson Becket asks his old friend Doctor House to come to Atlantis and put his skills to good use.

What makes this series so good, is houses interaction with the Stargate crew. From staring at Anise's 'rack' to fight an invasion of Goa'uld in Princeton Plainsboro Teaching Hospital, to getting Rondney to admit his feelings for Carson, there is never a slow moment in this fun and fast-paced series.

House in Atlantis and A Goa’uld in Jersey and Double Jeopardy

 

House in Atlantis by Belladonna (PG13)

  • Sep. 30th, 2010 at 9:03 PM
Title: House In Atlantis Series
Fandom: House/Stargate Atlantis/Stargate SG1
Pairing: House/Wilson, Carson/House, Carson/Rodney, Jack/Daniel
Categories: Fluff, Friendship, Romance
Length: Medium (15,400)
Warnings: adultery

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

Review: This is a series of House and Stargate Atlantis crossovers that take place during an undisclosed time early in both series. The premises is fairly straight forward, as Carson Becket asks his old friend Doctor House to come to Atlantis and put his skills to good use.

What makes this series so good, is houses interaction with the Stargate crew. From staring at Anise's 'rack' to fight an invasion of Goa'uld in Princeton Plainsboro Teaching Hospital, to getting Rondney to admit his feelings for Carson, there is never a slow moment in this fun and fast-paced series.

House in Atlantis and A Goa’uld in Jersey and Double Jeopardy

 

House in Atlantis by Belladonna (PG13)

  • Sep. 30th, 2010 at 9:03 PM
Title: House In Atlantis Series
Fandom: House/Stargate Atlantis/Stargate SG1
Pairing: House/Wilson, Carson/House, Carson/Rodney, Jack/Daniel
Categories: Fluff, Friendship, Romance
Length: Medium (15,400)
Warnings: adultery

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

Review: This is a series of House and Stargate Atlantis crossovers that take place during an undisclosed time early in both series. The premises is fairly straight forward, as Carson Becket asks his old friend Doctor House to come to Atlantis and put his skills to good use.

What makes this series so good, is houses interaction with the Stargate crew. From staring at Anise's 'rack' to fight an invasion of Goa'uld in Princeton Plainsboro Teaching Hospital, to getting Rondney to admit his feelings for Carson, there is never a slow moment in this fun and fast-paced series.

House in Atlantis and A Goa’uld in Jersey and Double Jeopardy

 

House in Atlantis by Belladonna (PG13)

  • Sep. 30th, 2010 at 9:03 PM
Title: House In Atlantis Series
Fandom: House/Stargate Atlantis/Stargate SG1
Pairing: House/Wilson, Carson/House, Carson/Rodney, Jack/Daniel
Categories: Fluff, Friendship, Romance
Length: Medium (15,400)
Warnings: adultery

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

Review: This is a series of House and Stargate Atlantis crossovers that take place during an undisclosed time early in both series. The premises is fairly straight forward, as Carson Becket asks his old friend Doctor House to come to Atlantis and put his skills to good use.

What makes this series so good, is houses interaction with the Stargate crew. From staring at Anise's 'rack' to fight an invasion of Goa'uld in Princeton Plainsboro Teaching Hospital, to getting Rondney to admit his feelings for Carson, there is never a slow moment in this fun and fast-paced series.

House in Atlantis and A Goa’uld in Jersey and Double Jeopardy

 

House in Atlantis by Belladonna (PG13)

  • Sep. 30th, 2010 at 9:03 PM
Title: House In Atlantis Series
Fandom: House/Stargate Atlantis/Stargate SG1
Pairing: House/Wilson, Carson/House, Carson/Rodney, Jack/Daniel
Categories: Fluff, Friendship, Romance
Length: Medium (15,400)
Warnings: adultery

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

Review: This is a series of House and Stargate Atlantis crossovers that take place during an undisclosed time early in both series. The premises is fairly straight forward, as Carson Becket asks his old friend Doctor House to come to Atlantis and put his skills to good use.

What makes this series so good, is houses interaction with the Stargate crew. From staring at Anise's 'rack' to fight an invasion of Goa'uld in Princeton Plainsboro Teaching Hospital, to getting Rondney to admit his feelings for Carson, there is never a slow moment in this fun and fast-paced series.

House in Atlantis and A Goa’uld in Jersey and Double Jeopardy

 

Bounty Hunter Bedlam by hwshipper (PG-13)

  • Aug. 30th, 2010 at 3:39 AM
Crossover Week might be over, but I have a *ton* of crossover recs left over and now seems like the best time to post them. Enjoy!

Title: Bounty Hunter Bedlam by hwshipper
Fandom: House/Stephanie Plum novels
Pairing: House/Wilson, the perpetual triangle that is Stephanie's love life
Categories: humor, action, drama, angst, casefile, established relationship
Length: Long (~27,000 words)
Warnings: non-explicit pre-story child sexual assault; consistently referencing a 6'6" man as 'short'

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

Review:
When Jonathan Wilson misses his court appearance, Stephanie is sent out to bring him in. Little did she know just how much trouble Jon's brother (and said brother's acerbic boyfriend) would cause.

There are no words to describe just how much I like this fic, but I'll give it a try. First, you have the writing: tone perfect, hilarious, and very fast-paced. If Janet Evanovich (the author of the Stephanie Plum novels) had written this herself, it couldn't sound more perfect.

Second you have the plot: most House crossovers play in House's sandbox, with a medical mystery and lots of House snarking. This fic is more of a Stephanie Plum novel with the mystery based around House characters, which is a wonderful change of pace and far, far funnier than any House-based story could actually be.

Third, you have the characters, which are *brilliant*. Stephanie and Wilson are great, but the true stars of this story are House, Lulu, and Grandma Mazur who just happen to be the three most tactless people on earth. Unsurprisingly, they all love each other (though I think House has a soft spot for Grandma Mazur, who is currently going through a Goth phase).

Finally you have the relationships, which are layered and complex, giving this story a lot more depth than most Plum novels. The Wilson family is well-drawn and tragic at times and I wanted to give Wilson (and even House, at times) a big old hug.

If you know nothing about the fandoms involved in this crossover, don't worry: I'm pretty confident someone who has never even heard of House or of Stephanie Plum could read this story and really love it. If you do know the fandoms, however, you're in for a treat. This is one of the best House fics I've read and is far and away the best Stephanie Plum fic that I've ever encountered. A delight all around.

Bounty Hunter Bedlam

Bounty Hunter Bedlam by hwshipper (PG-13)

  • Aug. 30th, 2010 at 3:39 AM
Crossover Week might be over, but I have a *ton* of crossover recs left over and now seems like the best time to post them. Enjoy!

Title: Bounty Hunter Bedlam by hwshipper
Fandom: House/Stephanie Plum novels
Pairing: House/Wilson, the perpetual triangle that is Stephanie's love life
Categories: humor, action, drama, angst, casefile, established relationship
Length: Long (~27,000 words)
Warnings: non-explicit pre-story child sexual assault; consistently referencing a 6'6" man as 'short'

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

Review:
When Jonathan Wilson misses his court appearance, Stephanie is sent out to bring him in. Little did she know just how much trouble Jon's brother (and said brother's acerbic boyfriend) would cause.

There are no words to describe just how much I like this fic, but I'll give it a try. First, you have the writing: tone perfect, hilarious, and very fast-paced. If Janet Evanovich (the author of the Stephanie Plum novels) had written this herself, it couldn't sound more perfect.

Second you have the plot: most House crossovers play in House's sandbox, with a medical mystery and lots of House snarking. This fic is more of a Stephanie Plum novel with the mystery based around House characters, which is a wonderful change of pace and far, far funnier than any House-based story could actually be.

Third, you have the characters, which are *brilliant*. Stephanie and Wilson are great, but the true stars of this story are House, Lulu, and Grandma Mazur who just happen to be the three most tactless people on earth. Unsurprisingly, they all love each other (though I think House has a soft spot for Grandma Mazur, who is currently going through a Goth phase).

Finally you have the relationships, which are layered and complex, giving this story a lot more depth than most Plum novels. The Wilson family is well-drawn and tragic at times and I wanted to give Wilson (and even House, at times) a big old hug.

If you know nothing about the fandoms involved in this crossover, don't worry: I'm pretty confident someone who has never even heard of House or of Stephanie Plum could read this story and really love it. If you do know the fandoms, however, you're in for a treat. This is one of the best House fics I've read and is far and away the best Stephanie Plum fic that I've ever encountered. A delight all around.

Bounty Hunter Bedlam

Bounty Hunter Bedlam by hwshipper (PG-13)

  • Aug. 30th, 2010 at 3:39 AM
Crossover Week might be over, but I have a *ton* of crossover recs left over and now seems like the best time to post them. Enjoy!

Title: Bounty Hunter Bedlam by hwshipper
Fandom: House/Stephanie Plum novels
Pairing: House/Wilson, the perpetual triangle that is Stephanie's love life
Categories: humor, action, drama, angst, casefile, established relationship
Length: Long (~27,000 words)
Warnings: non-explicit pre-story child sexual assault; consistently referencing a 6'6" man as 'short'

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

Review:
When Jonathan Wilson misses his court appearance, Stephanie is sent out to bring him in. Little did she know just how much trouble Jon's brother (and said brother's acerbic boyfriend) would cause.

There are no words to describe just how much I like this fic, but I'll give it a try. First, you have the writing: tone perfect, hilarious, and very fast-paced. If Janet Evanovich (the author of the Stephanie Plum novels) had written this herself, it couldn't sound more perfect.

Second you have the plot: most House crossovers play in House's sandbox, with a medical mystery and lots of House snarking. This fic is more of a Stephanie Plum novel with the mystery based around House characters, which is a wonderful change of pace and far, far funnier than any House-based story could actually be.

Third, you have the characters, which are *brilliant*. Stephanie and Wilson are great, but the true stars of this story are House, Lulu, and Grandma Mazur who just happen to be the three most tactless people on earth. Unsurprisingly, they all love each other (though I think House has a soft spot for Grandma Mazur, who is currently going through a Goth phase).

Finally you have the relationships, which are layered and complex, giving this story a lot more depth than most Plum novels. The Wilson family is well-drawn and tragic at times and I wanted to give Wilson (and even House, at times) a big old hug.

If you know nothing about the fandoms involved in this crossover, don't worry: I'm pretty confident someone who has never even heard of House or of Stephanie Plum could read this story and really love it. If you do know the fandoms, however, you're in for a treat. This is one of the best House fics I've read and is far and away the best Stephanie Plum fic that I've ever encountered. A delight all around.

Bounty Hunter Bedlam

Bounty Hunter Bedlam by hwshipper (PG-13)

  • Aug. 30th, 2010 at 3:39 AM
Crossover Week might be over, but I have a *ton* of crossover recs left over and now seems like the best time to post them. Enjoy!

Title: Bounty Hunter Bedlam by hwshipper
Fandom: House/Stephanie Plum novels
Pairing: House/Wilson, the perpetual triangle that is Stephanie's love life
Categories: humor, action, drama, angst, casefile, established relationship
Length: Long (~27,000 words)
Warnings: non-explicit pre-story child sexual assault; consistently referencing a 6'6" man as 'short'

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

Review:
When Jonathan Wilson misses his court appearance, Stephanie is sent out to bring him in. Little did she know just how much trouble Jon's brother (and said brother's acerbic boyfriend) would cause.

There are no words to describe just how much I like this fic, but I'll give it a try. First, you have the writing: tone perfect, hilarious, and very fast-paced. If Janet Evanovich (the author of the Stephanie Plum novels) had written this herself, it couldn't sound more perfect.

Second you have the plot: most House crossovers play in House's sandbox, with a medical mystery and lots of House snarking. This fic is more of a Stephanie Plum novel with the mystery based around House characters, which is a wonderful change of pace and far, far funnier than any House-based story could actually be.

Third, you have the characters, which are *brilliant*. Stephanie and Wilson are great, but the true stars of this story are House, Lulu, and Grandma Mazur who just happen to be the three most tactless people on earth. Unsurprisingly, they all love each other (though I think House has a soft spot for Grandma Mazur, who is currently going through a Goth phase).

Finally you have the relationships, which are layered and complex, giving this story a lot more depth than most Plum novels. The Wilson family is well-drawn and tragic at times and I wanted to give Wilson (and even House, at times) a big old hug.

If you know nothing about the fandoms involved in this crossover, don't worry: I'm pretty confident someone who has never even heard of House or of Stephanie Plum could read this story and really love it. If you do know the fandoms, however, you're in for a treat. This is one of the best House fics I've read and is far and away the best Stephanie Plum fic that I've ever encountered. A delight all around.

Bounty Hunter Bedlam

Bounty Hunter Bedlam by hwshipper (PG-13)

  • Aug. 30th, 2010 at 3:39 AM
Crossover Week might be over, but I have a *ton* of crossover recs left over and now seems like the best time to post them. Enjoy!

Title: Bounty Hunter Bedlam by hwshipper
Fandom: House/Stephanie Plum novels
Pairing: House/Wilson, the perpetual triangle that is Stephanie's love life
Categories: humor, action, drama, angst, casefile, established relationship
Length: Long (~27,000 words)
Warnings: non-explicit pre-story child sexual assault; consistently referencing a 6'6" man as 'short'

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

Review:
When Jonathan Wilson misses his court appearance, Stephanie is sent out to bring him in. Little did she know just how much trouble Jon's brother (and said brother's acerbic boyfriend) would cause.

There are no words to describe just how much I like this fic, but I'll give it a try. First, you have the writing: tone perfect, hilarious, and very fast-paced. If Janet Evanovich (the author of the Stephanie Plum novels) had written this herself, it couldn't sound more perfect.

Second you have the plot: most House crossovers play in House's sandbox, with a medical mystery and lots of House snarking. This fic is more of a Stephanie Plum novel with the mystery based around House characters, which is a wonderful change of pace and far, far funnier than any House-based story could actually be.

Third, you have the characters, which are *brilliant*. Stephanie and Wilson are great, but the true stars of this story are House, Lulu, and Grandma Mazur who just happen to be the three most tactless people on earth. Unsurprisingly, they all love each other (though I think House has a soft spot for Grandma Mazur, who is currently going through a Goth phase).

Finally you have the relationships, which are layered and complex, giving this story a lot more depth than most Plum novels. The Wilson family is well-drawn and tragic at times and I wanted to give Wilson (and even House, at times) a big old hug.

If you know nothing about the fandoms involved in this crossover, don't worry: I'm pretty confident someone who has never even heard of House or of Stephanie Plum could read this story and really love it. If you do know the fandoms, however, you're in for a treat. This is one of the best House fics I've read and is far and away the best Stephanie Plum fic that I've ever encountered. A delight all around.

Bounty Hunter Bedlam

Bounty Hunter Bedlam by hwshipper (PG-13)

  • Aug. 30th, 2010 at 3:39 AM
Crossover Week might be over, but I have a *ton* of crossover recs left over and now seems like the best time to post them. Enjoy!

Title: Bounty Hunter Bedlam by hwshipper
Fandom: House/Stephanie Plum novels
Pairing: House/Wilson, the perpetual triangle that is Stephanie's love life
Categories: humor, action, drama, angst, casefile, established relationship
Length: Long (~27,000 words)
Warnings: non-explicit pre-story child sexual assault; consistently referencing a 6'6" man as 'short'

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

Review:
When Jonathan Wilson misses his court appearance, Stephanie is sent out to bring him in. Little did she know just how much trouble Jon's brother (and said brother's acerbic boyfriend) would cause.

There are no words to describe just how much I like this fic, but I'll give it a try. First, you have the writing: tone perfect, hilarious, and very fast-paced. If Janet Evanovich (the author of the Stephanie Plum novels) had written this herself, it couldn't sound more perfect.

Second you have the plot: most House crossovers play in House's sandbox, with a medical mystery and lots of House snarking. This fic is more of a Stephanie Plum novel with the mystery based around House characters, which is a wonderful change of pace and far, far funnier than any House-based story could actually be.

Third, you have the characters, which are *brilliant*. Stephanie and Wilson are great, but the true stars of this story are House, Lulu, and Grandma Mazur who just happen to be the three most tactless people on earth. Unsurprisingly, they all love each other (though I think House has a soft spot for Grandma Mazur, who is currently going through a Goth phase).

Finally you have the relationships, which are layered and complex, giving this story a lot more depth than most Plum novels. The Wilson family is well-drawn and tragic at times and I wanted to give Wilson (and even House, at times) a big old hug.

If you know nothing about the fandoms involved in this crossover, don't worry: I'm pretty confident someone who has never even heard of House or of Stephanie Plum could read this story and really love it. If you do know the fandoms, however, you're in for a treat. This is one of the best House fics I've read and is far and away the best Stephanie Plum fic that I've ever encountered. A delight all around.

Bounty Hunter Bedlam

The Body Found by fourteencandles (NC-17)

  • May. 15th, 2010 at 2:19 PM
#5 (FYI: the response to the YOU Are the Reccer post is phenomenal -- ya'll are way ahead of me in recs!)

Title: The Body Found by fourteencandles
Fandom: House
Pairing: House/Wilson
Categories: angst, hurt/comfort, drama, *angst*
Length: Epic (~46,000 words)
Warnings: bad things happen to Wilson, but no sexual or overtly violent things

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

Review:
It's hard to write a summary for this fic because on the one hand it can be summed up in two words: Wilson disappears. On the other hand, that's such a small part of this whole fic that it simply can't convey the impact that Wilson's disappearance has on all of PPTH, on Wilson's friends, and most especially on House. And Wilson's eventual reappearance (because we all know there's no way I'd rec a fic in which Wilson disappears and is never seen again) comes with it's own weight of complex issues and challenges.

Fourteenchandles does a brilliant job of conveying the anxiety and fear and growing desperation/resignation that comes when a person goes missing. Each person's reaction to the disappearance gets its turn, from Cuddy's reluctant practicality to House's determination to never give up even when giving up is the logical, reasonable, and only possible choice. Emotions are not straightforward or set in stone; instead they fluctuate and make no sense and are as confusing and frustrating as human beings actually are.

This is not a fic for people who want easy solutions or simple hurt/comfort. However, if you are in the mood for a complex, deeply effecting, and very powerful emotional story full of love and friendship and hurt and, of course, comfort, then this is definitely a fic you should try.

The Body Found (first part; subsequent parts linked)

The Body Found by fourteencandles (NC-17)

  • May. 15th, 2010 at 2:19 PM
#5 (FYI: the response to the YOU Are the Reccer post is phenomenal -- ya'll are way ahead of me in recs!)

Title: The Body Found by fourteencandles
Fandom: House
Pairing: House/Wilson
Categories: angst, hurt/comfort, drama, *angst*
Length: Epic (~46,000 words)
Warnings: bad things happen to Wilson, but no sexual or overtly violent things

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

Review:
It's hard to write a summary for this fic because on the one hand it can be summed up in two words: Wilson disappears. On the other hand, that's such a small part of this whole fic that it simply can't convey the impact that Wilson's disappearance has on all of PPTH, on Wilson's friends, and most especially on House. And Wilson's eventual reappearance (because we all know there's no way I'd rec a fic in which Wilson disappears and is never seen again) comes with it's own weight of complex issues and challenges.

Fourteenchandles does a brilliant job of conveying the anxiety and fear and growing desperation/resignation that comes when a person goes missing. Each person's reaction to the disappearance gets its turn, from Cuddy's reluctant practicality to House's determination to never give up even when giving up is the logical, reasonable, and only possible choice. Emotions are not straightforward or set in stone; instead they fluctuate and make no sense and are as confusing and frustrating as human beings actually are.

This is not a fic for people who want easy solutions or simple hurt/comfort. However, if you are in the mood for a complex, deeply effecting, and very powerful emotional story full of love and friendship and hurt and, of course, comfort, then this is definitely a fic you should try.

The Body Found (first part; subsequent parts linked)

The Body Found by fourteencandles (NC-17)

  • May. 15th, 2010 at 2:19 PM
#5 (FYI: the response to the YOU Are the Reccer post is phenomenal -- ya'll are way ahead of me in recs!)

Title: The Body Found by fourteencandles
Fandom: House
Pairing: House/Wilson
Categories: angst, hurt/comfort, drama, *angst*
Length: Epic (~46,000 words)
Warnings: bad things happen to Wilson, but no sexual or overtly violent things

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

Review:
It's hard to write a summary for this fic because on the one hand it can be summed up in two words: Wilson disappears. On the other hand, that's such a small part of this whole fic that it simply can't convey the impact that Wilson's disappearance has on all of PPTH, on Wilson's friends, and most especially on House. And Wilson's eventual reappearance (because we all know there's no way I'd rec a fic in which Wilson disappears and is never seen again) comes with it's own weight of complex issues and challenges.

Fourteenchandles does a brilliant job of conveying the anxiety and fear and growing desperation/resignation that comes when a person goes missing. Each person's reaction to the disappearance gets its turn, from Cuddy's reluctant practicality to House's determination to never give up even when giving up is the logical, reasonable, and only possible choice. Emotions are not straightforward or set in stone; instead they fluctuate and make no sense and are as confusing and frustrating as human beings actually are.

This is not a fic for people who want easy solutions or simple hurt/comfort. However, if you are in the mood for a complex, deeply effecting, and very powerful emotional story full of love and friendship and hurt and, of course, comfort, then this is definitely a fic you should try.

The Body Found (first part; subsequent parts linked)

The Body Found by fourteencandles (NC-17)

  • May. 15th, 2010 at 2:19 PM
#5 (FYI: the response to the YOU Are the Reccer post is phenomenal -- ya'll are way ahead of me in recs!)

Title: The Body Found by fourteencandles
Fandom: House
Pairing: House/Wilson
Categories: angst, hurt/comfort, drama, *angst*
Length: Epic (~46,000 words)
Warnings: bad things happen to Wilson, but no sexual or overtly violent things

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

Review:
It's hard to write a summary for this fic because on the one hand it can be summed up in two words: Wilson disappears. On the other hand, that's such a small part of this whole fic that it simply can't convey the impact that Wilson's disappearance has on all of PPTH, on Wilson's friends, and most especially on House. And Wilson's eventual reappearance (because we all know there's no way I'd rec a fic in which Wilson disappears and is never seen again) comes with it's own weight of complex issues and challenges.

Fourteenchandles does a brilliant job of conveying the anxiety and fear and growing desperation/resignation that comes when a person goes missing. Each person's reaction to the disappearance gets its turn, from Cuddy's reluctant practicality to House's determination to never give up even when giving up is the logical, reasonable, and only possible choice. Emotions are not straightforward or set in stone; instead they fluctuate and make no sense and are as confusing and frustrating as human beings actually are.

This is not a fic for people who want easy solutions or simple hurt/comfort. However, if you are in the mood for a complex, deeply effecting, and very powerful emotional story full of love and friendship and hurt and, of course, comfort, then this is definitely a fic you should try.

The Body Found (first part; subsequent parts linked)

The Body Found by fourteencandles (NC-17)

  • May. 15th, 2010 at 2:19 PM
#5 (FYI: the response to the YOU Are the Reccer post is phenomenal -- ya'll are way ahead of me in recs!)

Title: The Body Found by fourteencandles
Fandom: House
Pairing: House/Wilson
Categories: angst, hurt/comfort, drama, *angst*
Length: Epic (~46,000 words)
Warnings: bad things happen to Wilson, but no sexual or overtly violent things

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

Review:
It's hard to write a summary for this fic because on the one hand it can be summed up in two words: Wilson disappears. On the other hand, that's such a small part of this whole fic that it simply can't convey the impact that Wilson's disappearance has on all of PPTH, on Wilson's friends, and most especially on House. And Wilson's eventual reappearance (because we all know there's no way I'd rec a fic in which Wilson disappears and is never seen again) comes with it's own weight of complex issues and challenges.

Fourteenchandles does a brilliant job of conveying the anxiety and fear and growing desperation/resignation that comes when a person goes missing. Each person's reaction to the disappearance gets its turn, from Cuddy's reluctant practicality to House's determination to never give up even when giving up is the logical, reasonable, and only possible choice. Emotions are not straightforward or set in stone; instead they fluctuate and make no sense and are as confusing and frustrating as human beings actually are.

This is not a fic for people who want easy solutions or simple hurt/comfort. However, if you are in the mood for a complex, deeply effecting, and very powerful emotional story full of love and friendship and hurt and, of course, comfort, then this is definitely a fic you should try.

The Body Found (first part; subsequent parts linked)

The Body Found by fourteencandles (NC-17)

  • May. 15th, 2010 at 2:19 PM
#5 (FYI: the response to the YOU Are the Reccer post is phenomenal -- ya'll are way ahead of me in recs!)

Title: The Body Found by fourteencandles
Fandom: House
Pairing: House/Wilson
Categories: angst, hurt/comfort, drama, *angst*
Length: Epic (~46,000 words)
Warnings: bad things happen to Wilson, but no sexual or overtly violent things

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

Review:
It's hard to write a summary for this fic because on the one hand it can be summed up in two words: Wilson disappears. On the other hand, that's such a small part of this whole fic that it simply can't convey the impact that Wilson's disappearance has on all of PPTH, on Wilson's friends, and most especially on House. And Wilson's eventual reappearance (because we all know there's no way I'd rec a fic in which Wilson disappears and is never seen again) comes with it's own weight of complex issues and challenges.

Fourteenchandles does a brilliant job of conveying the anxiety and fear and growing desperation/resignation that comes when a person goes missing. Each person's reaction to the disappearance gets its turn, from Cuddy's reluctant practicality to House's determination to never give up even when giving up is the logical, reasonable, and only possible choice. Emotions are not straightforward or set in stone; instead they fluctuate and make no sense and are as confusing and frustrating as human beings actually are.

This is not a fic for people who want easy solutions or simple hurt/comfort. However, if you are in the mood for a complex, deeply effecting, and very powerful emotional story full of love and friendship and hurt and, of course, comfort, then this is definitely a fic you should try.

The Body Found (first part; subsequent parts linked)

On Boats by daasgrrl (NC-17)

  • Apr. 10th, 2010 at 7:24 AM
Title: On Boats by daasgrrl
Fandom: House
Pairing: House/Wilson
Categories: Romance, AU
Length: Medium (14,900 words)
Warning: None
Rating: NC-17


Author on LJ: Strictly Ornamental
Website: Don't think so


Summary: After Amber's death, House lets Wilson go. Now he has to find him again.

Review: Any story that starts out with a quote from Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead is pretty much going to get my vote anyway, but this has a great deal more going for it than just that. It starts, for example, with a wonderfully evocative description of a marina that right away lets you see that the author knows exactly what she's doing, and it just goes on getting better from there.

This story takes place some three years after a catastrophic split between House and Wilson; Cuddy has insisted that if House ever wants to have his job back he must resolve the issues that remain outstanding between them - and therefore, with the help of a PI, House seeks Wilson out and finds him living quietly on a boat. Naturally, with House's disability problems, a boat is not a particularly comfortable environment for him, but in placing himself in Wilson's territory and thus also at Wilson's mercy he effectively surrenders control of the situation to Wilson and allows him to direct the subsequent events in whatever way he chooses.

Since this is a slash story, what follows is less of a surprise to the reader than it is to House. However the great achievement here is the sense of quiet inevitability pervading the love scenes; there are strong emotions at play, of course, but they are handled calmly by both author and characters. They talk without really talking, they emote without hysteria, and when they make love it is in the certain knowledge that it is absolutely and completely right between them.

The characterisation is subtle; the relationship is treated as a personal matter, of interest only to the parties themselves, and although it changes their lives irrevocably they still prefer to keep it private. This is a difficult line to take as an author but when it works, as it does here, it results in some of the most satisfying slash fiction to be found - and this story can most certainly be included under that heading.

Link: On Boats

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