In Bond and Blood by The Hoyden (NC-17)

  • Aug. 30th, 2011 at 9:30 PM
Title: In Bond and Blood.
Fandom: Naruto.
Pairing: Kakashi/Iruka.
Categories: Family, Marriage of Convenience.
Length: Long.
Warnings: None.

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] thehoyden
Author Website: thehoyden @ AO3

Review:
Kakashi wants to make Naruto his heir, but since Iruka has adopted him that means marrying Iruka first...

A lot of the time "Marriage of Convenience" fics are in fact forced marriage fics, where one or both characters has no or little choice on whether to accept the union or not. "In Bond and Blood" shows a true scenario of convenince: Kakashi wants Naruto as his heir and in exchange for having him and Iruka as his family offers financial security and companionship to the Chunnin. But of course, what starts as a practical arrangement soon gains very different dimensions...

As usual, The Hoyden manages to portray the characters and their relationships with each other (be they romantic, familial or of friendship) perefectly. The combination of the great characterization, interesting plot and the many wonderful details (such as the procedures of the Shinobi wedding cerimony and Kakashi's "bento of sufficiently embarrassing love") scattered throughout the story make this a lovely example of the MoC genre.

In Bond and Blood

In Bond and Blood by The Hoyden (NC-17)

  • Aug. 30th, 2011 at 9:30 PM
Title: In Bond and Blood.
Fandom: Naruto.
Pairing: Kakashi/Iruka.
Categories: Family, Marriage of Convenience.
Length: Long.
Warnings: None.

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] thehoyden
Author Website: thehoyden @ AO3

Review:
Kakashi wants to make Naruto his heir, but since Iruka has adopted him that means marrying Iruka first...

A lot of the time "Marriage of Convenience" fics are in fact forced marriage fics, where one or both characters has no or little choice on whether to accept the union or not. "In Bond and Blood" shows a true scenario of convenince: Kakashi wants Naruto as his heir and in exchange for having him and Iruka as his family offers financial security and companionship to the Chunnin. But of course, what starts as a practical arrangement soon gains very different dimensions...

As usual, The Hoyden manages to portray the characters and their relationships with each other (be they romantic, familial or of friendship) perefectly. The combination of the great characterization, interesting plot and the many wonderful details (such as the procedures of the Shinobi wedding cerimony and Kakashi's "bento of sufficiently embarrassing love") scattered throughout the story make this a lovely example of the MoC genre.

In Bond and Blood

In Bond and Blood by The Hoyden (NC-17)

  • Aug. 30th, 2011 at 9:30 PM
Title: In Bond and Blood.
Fandom: Naruto.
Pairing: Kakashi/Iruka.
Categories: Family, Marriage of Convenience.
Length: Long.
Warnings: None.

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] thehoyden
Author Website: thehoyden @ AO3

Review:
Kakashi wants to make Naruto his heir, but since Iruka has adopted him that means marrying Iruka first...

A lot of the time "Marriage of Convenience" fics are in fact forced marriage fics, where one or both characters has no or little choice on whether to accept the union or not. "In Bond and Blood" shows a true scenario of convenince: Kakashi wants Naruto as his heir and in exchange for having him and Iruka as his family offers financial security and companionship to the Chunnin. But of course, what starts as a practical arrangement soon gains very different dimensions...

As usual, The Hoyden manages to portray the characters and their relationships with each other (be they romantic, familial or of friendship) perefectly. The combination of the great characterization, interesting plot and the many wonderful details (such as the procedures of the Shinobi wedding cerimony and Kakashi's "bento of sufficiently embarrassing love") scattered throughout the story make this a lovely example of the MoC genre.

In Bond and Blood

In Bond and Blood by The Hoyden (NC-17)

  • Aug. 30th, 2011 at 9:30 PM
Title: In Bond and Blood.
Fandom: Naruto.
Pairing: Kakashi/Iruka.
Categories: Family, Marriage of Convenience.
Length: Long.
Warnings: None.

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] thehoyden
Author Website: thehoyden @ AO3

Review:
Kakashi wants to make Naruto his heir, but since Iruka has adopted him that means marrying Iruka first...

A lot of the time "Marriage of Convenience" fics are in fact forced marriage fics, where one or both characters has no or little choice on whether to accept the union or not. "In Bond and Blood" shows a true scenario of convenince: Kakashi wants Naruto as his heir and in exchange for having him and Iruka as his family offers financial security and companionship to the Chunnin. But of course, what starts as a practical arrangement soon gains very different dimensions...

As usual, The Hoyden manages to portray the characters and their relationships with each other (be they romantic, familial or of friendship) perefectly. The combination of the great characterization, interesting plot and the many wonderful details (such as the procedures of the Shinobi wedding cerimony and Kakashi's "bento of sufficiently embarrassing love") scattered throughout the story make this a lovely example of the MoC genre.

In Bond and Blood

In Bond and Blood by The Hoyden (NC-17)

  • Aug. 30th, 2011 at 9:30 PM
Title: In Bond and Blood.
Fandom: Naruto.
Pairing: Kakashi/Iruka.
Categories: Family, Marriage of Convenience.
Length: Long.
Warnings: None.

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] thehoyden
Author Website: thehoyden @ AO3

Review:
Kakashi wants to make Naruto his heir, but since Iruka has adopted him that means marrying Iruka first...

A lot of the time "Marriage of Convenience" fics are in fact forced marriage fics, where one or both characters has no or little choice on whether to accept the union or not. "In Bond and Blood" shows a true scenario of convenince: Kakashi wants Naruto as his heir and in exchange for having him and Iruka as his family offers financial security and companionship to the Chunnin. But of course, what starts as a practical arrangement soon gains very different dimensions...

As usual, The Hoyden manages to portray the characters and their relationships with each other (be they romantic, familial or of friendship) perefectly. The combination of the great characterization, interesting plot and the many wonderful details (such as the procedures of the Shinobi wedding cerimony and Kakashi's "bento of sufficiently embarrassing love") scattered throughout the story make this a lovely example of the MoC genre.

In Bond and Blood

In Bond and Blood by The Hoyden (NC-17)

  • Aug. 30th, 2011 at 9:30 PM
Title: In Bond and Blood.
Fandom: Naruto.
Pairing: Kakashi/Iruka.
Categories: Family, Marriage of Convenience.
Length: Long.
Warnings: None.

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] thehoyden
Author Website: thehoyden @ AO3

Review:
Kakashi wants to make Naruto his heir, but since Iruka has adopted him that means marrying Iruka first...

A lot of the time "Marriage of Convenience" fics are in fact forced marriage fics, where one or both characters has no or little choice on whether to accept the union or not. "In Bond and Blood" shows a true scenario of convenince: Kakashi wants Naruto as his heir and in exchange for having him and Iruka as his family offers financial security and companionship to the Chunnin. But of course, what starts as a practical arrangement soon gains very different dimensions...

As usual, The Hoyden manages to portray the characters and their relationships with each other (be they romantic, familial or of friendship) perefectly. The combination of the great characterization, interesting plot and the many wonderful details (such as the procedures of the Shinobi wedding cerimony and Kakashi's "bento of sufficiently embarrassing love") scattered throughout the story make this a lovely example of the MoC genre.

In Bond and Blood

The Kakashi Mission by JBMcDragon (NC-17)

  • May. 28th, 2010 at 1:57 PM
Recced by [livejournal.com profile] tingel 

Title: The Kakashi Mission by JBMcDragon
Fandom: Naruto
Pairing: Kakashi/Iruka
Categories: angst, drama, humor, romance
Length: epic (~70,000 words)
Warnings: angst (it deserves a warning here), some violence, character death (not in the present)

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] jbmcdragon 
Website: http://tentative.net/JBMcDragon/livingroom.html

Review:
The third hokage is worried that Kakashi may snap after losing his genin team. So he suspends him from ANBU and asks Iruka to befriend him. Romance follows, but it isn't easy as Kakashi is truely neurotic and Iruka is stubborn.

This story twists and turns through moods (from highly hilarious to extreme angst) and time (jumping from past to present and back) which works wonderfully to shed light on the characters, especially Kakashi. In this story he is even weirder than the anime/manga. He can't connect to others, is obsessively clean and private. This drives to plot in the present because Iruka has to overcome it. The terrifying thing is that Kakashi's character makes perfect sense through the flashbacks and stays in character. JBMcDragon really knows her canon.

The story doesn't ignore the realities and consequences of the way of the ninja. Even Iruka has to battle his own demons. Luckily the heavy angst is contrasted by the interaction between the two protagonists and a crew of other chuunin and jounin which at times had me laughing out loud while reading.

In the end this is a very, very satisfying read, funny and heart-breaking, with well written action and deep understanding for the characters.

The Kakashi Mission

The Kakashi Mission by JBMcDragon (NC-17)

  • May. 28th, 2010 at 1:57 PM
Recced by [livejournal.com profile] tingel 

Title: The Kakashi Mission by JBMcDragon
Fandom: Naruto
Pairing: Kakashi/Iruka
Categories: angst, drama, humor, romance
Length: epic (~70,000 words)
Warnings: angst (it deserves a warning here), some violence, character death (not in the present)

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] jbmcdragon 
Website: http://tentative.net/JBMcDragon/livingroom.html

Review:
The third hokage is worried that Kakashi may snap after losing his genin team. So he suspends him from ANBU and asks Iruka to befriend him. Romance follows, but it isn't easy as Kakashi is truely neurotic and Iruka is stubborn.

This story twists and turns through moods (from highly hilarious to extreme angst) and time (jumping from past to present and back) which works wonderfully to shed light on the characters, especially Kakashi. In this story he is even weirder than the anime/manga. He can't connect to others, is obsessively clean and private. This drives to plot in the present because Iruka has to overcome it. The terrifying thing is that Kakashi's character makes perfect sense through the flashbacks and stays in character. JBMcDragon really knows her canon.

The story doesn't ignore the realities and consequences of the way of the ninja. Even Iruka has to battle his own demons. Luckily the heavy angst is contrasted by the interaction between the two protagonists and a crew of other chuunin and jounin which at times had me laughing out loud while reading.

In the end this is a very, very satisfying read, funny and heart-breaking, with well written action and deep understanding for the characters.

The Kakashi Mission

The Kakashi Mission by JBMcDragon (NC-17)

  • May. 28th, 2010 at 1:57 PM
Recced by [livejournal.com profile] tingel 

Title: The Kakashi Mission by JBMcDragon
Fandom: Naruto
Pairing: Kakashi/Iruka
Categories: angst, drama, humor, romance
Length: epic (~70,000 words)
Warnings: angst (it deserves a warning here), some violence, character death (not in the present)

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] jbmcdragon 
Website: http://tentative.net/JBMcDragon/livingroom.html

Review:
The third hokage is worried that Kakashi may snap after losing his genin team. So he suspends him from ANBU and asks Iruka to befriend him. Romance follows, but it isn't easy as Kakashi is truely neurotic and Iruka is stubborn.

This story twists and turns through moods (from highly hilarious to extreme angst) and time (jumping from past to present and back) which works wonderfully to shed light on the characters, especially Kakashi. In this story he is even weirder than the anime/manga. He can't connect to others, is obsessively clean and private. This drives to plot in the present because Iruka has to overcome it. The terrifying thing is that Kakashi's character makes perfect sense through the flashbacks and stays in character. JBMcDragon really knows her canon.

The story doesn't ignore the realities and consequences of the way of the ninja. Even Iruka has to battle his own demons. Luckily the heavy angst is contrasted by the interaction between the two protagonists and a crew of other chuunin and jounin which at times had me laughing out loud while reading.

In the end this is a very, very satisfying read, funny and heart-breaking, with well written action and deep understanding for the characters.

The Kakashi Mission

The Kakashi Mission by JBMcDragon (NC-17)

  • May. 28th, 2010 at 1:57 PM
Recced by [livejournal.com profile] tingel 

Title: The Kakashi Mission by JBMcDragon
Fandom: Naruto
Pairing: Kakashi/Iruka
Categories: angst, drama, humor, romance
Length: epic (~70,000 words)
Warnings: angst (it deserves a warning here), some violence, character death (not in the present)

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] jbmcdragon 
Website: http://tentative.net/JBMcDragon/livingroom.html

Review:
The third hokage is worried that Kakashi may snap after losing his genin team. So he suspends him from ANBU and asks Iruka to befriend him. Romance follows, but it isn't easy as Kakashi is truely neurotic and Iruka is stubborn.

This story twists and turns through moods (from highly hilarious to extreme angst) and time (jumping from past to present and back) which works wonderfully to shed light on the characters, especially Kakashi. In this story he is even weirder than the anime/manga. He can't connect to others, is obsessively clean and private. This drives to plot in the present because Iruka has to overcome it. The terrifying thing is that Kakashi's character makes perfect sense through the flashbacks and stays in character. JBMcDragon really knows her canon.

The story doesn't ignore the realities and consequences of the way of the ninja. Even Iruka has to battle his own demons. Luckily the heavy angst is contrasted by the interaction between the two protagonists and a crew of other chuunin and jounin which at times had me laughing out loud while reading.

In the end this is a very, very satisfying read, funny and heart-breaking, with well written action and deep understanding for the characters.

The Kakashi Mission

The Kakashi Mission by JBMcDragon (NC-17)

  • May. 28th, 2010 at 1:57 PM
Recced by [livejournal.com profile] tingel 

Title: The Kakashi Mission by JBMcDragon
Fandom: Naruto
Pairing: Kakashi/Iruka
Categories: angst, drama, humor, romance
Length: epic (~70,000 words)
Warnings: angst (it deserves a warning here), some violence, character death (not in the present)

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] jbmcdragon 
Website: http://tentative.net/JBMcDragon/livingroom.html

Review:
The third hokage is worried that Kakashi may snap after losing his genin team. So he suspends him from ANBU and asks Iruka to befriend him. Romance follows, but it isn't easy as Kakashi is truely neurotic and Iruka is stubborn.

This story twists and turns through moods (from highly hilarious to extreme angst) and time (jumping from past to present and back) which works wonderfully to shed light on the characters, especially Kakashi. In this story he is even weirder than the anime/manga. He can't connect to others, is obsessively clean and private. This drives to plot in the present because Iruka has to overcome it. The terrifying thing is that Kakashi's character makes perfect sense through the flashbacks and stays in character. JBMcDragon really knows her canon.

The story doesn't ignore the realities and consequences of the way of the ninja. Even Iruka has to battle his own demons. Luckily the heavy angst is contrasted by the interaction between the two protagonists and a crew of other chuunin and jounin which at times had me laughing out loud while reading.

In the end this is a very, very satisfying read, funny and heart-breaking, with well written action and deep understanding for the characters.

The Kakashi Mission

The Kakashi Mission by JBMcDragon (NC-17)

  • May. 28th, 2010 at 1:57 PM
Recced by [livejournal.com profile] tingel 

Title: The Kakashi Mission by JBMcDragon
Fandom: Naruto
Pairing: Kakashi/Iruka
Categories: angst, drama, humor, romance
Length: epic (~70,000 words)
Warnings: angst (it deserves a warning here), some violence, character death (not in the present)

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] jbmcdragon 
Website: http://tentative.net/JBMcDragon/livingroom.html

Review:
The third hokage is worried that Kakashi may snap after losing his genin team. So he suspends him from ANBU and asks Iruka to befriend him. Romance follows, but it isn't easy as Kakashi is truely neurotic and Iruka is stubborn.

This story twists and turns through moods (from highly hilarious to extreme angst) and time (jumping from past to present and back) which works wonderfully to shed light on the characters, especially Kakashi. In this story he is even weirder than the anime/manga. He can't connect to others, is obsessively clean and private. This drives to plot in the present because Iruka has to overcome it. The terrifying thing is that Kakashi's character makes perfect sense through the flashbacks and stays in character. JBMcDragon really knows her canon.

The story doesn't ignore the realities and consequences of the way of the ninja. Even Iruka has to battle his own demons. Luckily the heavy angst is contrasted by the interaction between the two protagonists and a crew of other chuunin and jounin which at times had me laughing out loud while reading.

In the end this is a very, very satisfying read, funny and heart-breaking, with well written action and deep understanding for the characters.

The Kakashi Mission

Hunter's Moon by Maldoror (PG-13)

  • May. 11th, 2010 at 8:49 PM
Title: Hunter's Moon.
Fandom: Naruto.
Pairing: Kakashi/Iruka.
Categories: Angst, Action/Adventure, Hurt/Comfort.
Length: Medium.
Warnings: None.

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] maldoror_gw
Author Website: Maldoror @ Ficwad

Review:
Iruka is supposed to meet Kakashi for a date, but instead of an amorous Jonin, he meets one that seems intend on killing him. Unsure about what is going on, he has to use all his skills to run for his life.

As I am sure you're quite tired of hearing by now, one of the aspects that most appeal to me in Naruto fics are the repercussions of being a ninja. "Hunter's Moon" explores one of the most interesting facets of this: what happens when you are forced to face in battle the ones you love?

I love how Kakashi and Iruka are portrayed in the fic. Kakashi is not heartless, but he puts the safety of the village before anything else. Iruka's level of skill is handled competently - he is neither an incompetent fool or a super powered ninja hiding under the guise of a simple school teacher. All in all, it is not hard to see why this story is considered to be one of the classics of the Kakashi/Iruka ship.

Hunter's Moon
(also links to "Endgame," a sort of Epilogue/companion piece from Kakashi's PoV)

For those that like doujinshins, a manga version of the fic, drawn by Lei-Sam, can be found (with pages out of chronological order) on her gallery at deviantart.

Hunter's Moon by Maldoror (PG-13)

  • May. 11th, 2010 at 8:49 PM
Title: Hunter's Moon.
Fandom: Naruto.
Pairing: Kakashi/Iruka.
Categories: Angst, Action/Adventure, Hurt/Comfort.
Length: Medium.
Warnings: None.

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] maldoror_gw
Author Website: Maldoror @ Ficwad

Review:
Iruka is supposed to meet Kakashi for a date, but instead of an amorous Jonin, he meets one that seems intend on killing him. Unsure about what is going on, he has to use all his skills to run for his life.

As I am sure you're quite tired of hearing by now, one of the aspects that most appeal to me in Naruto fics are the repercussions of being a ninja. "Hunter's Moon" explores one of the most interesting facets of this: what happens when you are forced to face in battle the ones you love?

I love how Kakashi and Iruka are portrayed in the fic. Kakashi is not heartless, but he puts the safety of the village before anything else. Iruka's level of skill is handled competently - he is neither an incompetent fool or a super powered ninja hiding under the guise of a simple school teacher. All in all, it is not hard to see why this story is considered to be one of the classics of the Kakashi/Iruka ship.

Hunter's Moon
(also links to "Endgame," a sort of Epilogue/companion piece from Kakashi's PoV)

For those that like doujinshins, a manga version of the fic, drawn by Lei-Sam, can be found (with pages out of chronological order) on her gallery at deviantart.

Hunter's Moon by Maldoror (PG-13)

  • May. 11th, 2010 at 8:49 PM
Title: Hunter's Moon.
Fandom: Naruto.
Pairing: Kakashi/Iruka.
Categories: Angst, Action/Adventure, Hurt/Comfort.
Length: Medium.
Warnings: None.

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] maldoror_gw
Author Website: Maldoror @ Ficwad

Review:
Iruka is supposed to meet Kakashi for a date, but instead of an amorous Jonin, he meets one that seems intend on killing him. Unsure about what is going on, he has to use all his skills to run for his life.

As I am sure you're quite tired of hearing by now, one of the aspects that most appeal to me in Naruto fics are the repercussions of being a ninja. "Hunter's Moon" explores one of the most interesting facets of this: what happens when you are forced to face in battle the ones you love?

I love how Kakashi and Iruka are portrayed in the fic. Kakashi is not heartless, but he puts the safety of the village before anything else. Iruka's level of skill is handled competently - he is neither an incompetent fool or a super powered ninja hiding under the guise of a simple school teacher. All in all, it is not hard to see why this story is considered to be one of the classics of the Kakashi/Iruka ship.

Hunter's Moon
(also links to "Endgame," a sort of Epilogue/companion piece from Kakashi's PoV)

For those that like doujinshins, a manga version of the fic, drawn by Lei-Sam, can be found (with pages out of chronological order) on her gallery at deviantart.

Hunter's Moon by Maldoror (PG-13)

  • May. 11th, 2010 at 8:49 PM
Title: Hunter's Moon.
Fandom: Naruto.
Pairing: Kakashi/Iruka.
Categories: Angst, Action/Adventure, Hurt/Comfort.
Length: Medium.
Warnings: None.

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] maldoror_gw
Author Website: Maldoror @ Ficwad

Review:
Iruka is supposed to meet Kakashi for a date, but instead of an amorous Jonin, he meets one that seems intend on killing him. Unsure about what is going on, he has to use all his skills to run for his life.

As I am sure you're quite tired of hearing by now, one of the aspects that most appeal to me in Naruto fics are the repercussions of being a ninja. "Hunter's Moon" explores one of the most interesting facets of this: what happens when you are forced to face in battle the ones you love?

I love how Kakashi and Iruka are portrayed in the fic. Kakashi is not heartless, but he puts the safety of the village before anything else. Iruka's level of skill is handled competently - he is neither an incompetent fool or a super powered ninja hiding under the guise of a simple school teacher. All in all, it is not hard to see why this story is considered to be one of the classics of the Kakashi/Iruka ship.

Hunter's Moon
(also links to "Endgame," a sort of Epilogue/companion piece from Kakashi's PoV)

For those that like doujinshins, a manga version of the fic, drawn by Lei-Sam, can be found (with pages out of chronological order) on her gallery at deviantart.

Hunter's Moon by Maldoror (PG-13)

  • May. 11th, 2010 at 8:49 PM
Title: Hunter's Moon.
Fandom: Naruto.
Pairing: Kakashi/Iruka.
Categories: Angst, Action/Adventure, Hurt/Comfort.
Length: Medium.
Warnings: None.

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] maldoror_gw
Author Website: Maldoror @ Ficwad

Review:
Iruka is supposed to meet Kakashi for a date, but instead of an amorous Jonin, he meets one that seems intend on killing him. Unsure about what is going on, he has to use all his skills to run for his life.

As I am sure you're quite tired of hearing by now, one of the aspects that most appeal to me in Naruto fics are the repercussions of being a ninja. "Hunter's Moon" explores one of the most interesting facets of this: what happens when you are forced to face in battle the ones you love?

I love how Kakashi and Iruka are portrayed in the fic. Kakashi is not heartless, but he puts the safety of the village before anything else. Iruka's level of skill is handled competently - he is neither an incompetent fool or a super powered ninja hiding under the guise of a simple school teacher. All in all, it is not hard to see why this story is considered to be one of the classics of the Kakashi/Iruka ship.

Hunter's Moon
(also links to "Endgame," a sort of Epilogue/companion piece from Kakashi's PoV)

For those that like doujinshins, a manga version of the fic, drawn by Lei-Sam, can be found (with pages out of chronological order) on her gallery at deviantart.

Hunter's Moon by Maldoror (PG-13)

  • May. 11th, 2010 at 8:49 PM
Title: Hunter's Moon.
Fandom: Naruto.
Pairing: Kakashi/Iruka.
Categories: Angst, Action/Adventure, Hurt/Comfort.
Length: Medium.
Warnings: None.

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] maldoror_gw
Author Website: Maldoror @ Ficwad

Review:
Iruka is supposed to meet Kakashi for a date, but instead of an amorous Jonin, he meets one that seems intend on killing him. Unsure about what is going on, he has to use all his skills to run for his life.

As I am sure you're quite tired of hearing by now, one of the aspects that most appeal to me in Naruto fics are the repercussions of being a ninja. "Hunter's Moon" explores one of the most interesting facets of this: what happens when you are forced to face in battle the ones you love?

I love how Kakashi and Iruka are portrayed in the fic. Kakashi is not heartless, but he puts the safety of the village before anything else. Iruka's level of skill is handled competently - he is neither an incompetent fool or a super powered ninja hiding under the guise of a simple school teacher. All in all, it is not hard to see why this story is considered to be one of the classics of the Kakashi/Iruka ship.

Hunter's Moon
(also links to "Endgame," a sort of Epilogue/companion piece from Kakashi's PoV)

For those that like doujinshins, a manga version of the fic, drawn by Lei-Sam, can be found (with pages out of chronological order) on her gallery at deviantart.
From [livejournal.com profile] slytherin_gypsy:

Title: "Spring Fever" and "An Evening in Spring".
Fandom: Naruto.
Pairing: Kakashi/Iruka.
Categories: Humor, Romance.
Length: Medium.
Warnings: None.

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] maldoror_gw 
Author Website: Maldoror @ Ficwad.

Review:
Spring has come to Konoha and it has inspired some interesting feelings in Kakashi towards a certain Chuunin. To disabuse himself of this sudden and unwelcome infatuation, he decides to investigate Iruka and ends up finding a much different man than he expected. Suddenly, the possibility of giving in to his feelings doesn't seem so absurd.

Shinobi life can contain a lot of drama and violence, but "Naruto" has infused a lot of humor in it as well. Both stories of the "Spring" series combine Maldoror's usual great writing with the right dose of humor and a very interesting exploration of the ramifications of being a ninja. Add to that some insightful character exploration and you get a pair of highly entertaining fics.

Spring Fever
An Evening in Spring
From [livejournal.com profile] slytherin_gypsy:

Title: "Spring Fever" and "An Evening in Spring".
Fandom: Naruto.
Pairing: Kakashi/Iruka.
Categories: Humor, Romance.
Length: Medium.
Warnings: None.

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] maldoror_gw 
Author Website: Maldoror @ Ficwad.

Review:
Spring has come to Konoha and it has inspired some interesting feelings in Kakashi towards a certain Chuunin. To disabuse himself of this sudden and unwelcome infatuation, he decides to investigate Iruka and ends up finding a much different man than he expected. Suddenly, the possibility of giving in to his feelings doesn't seem so absurd.

Shinobi life can contain a lot of drama and violence, but "Naruto" has infused a lot of humor in it as well. Both stories of the "Spring" series combine Maldoror's usual great writing with the right dose of humor and a very interesting exploration of the ramifications of being a ninja. Add to that some insightful character exploration and you get a pair of highly entertaining fics.

Spring Fever
An Evening in Spring

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Short: under 2,000 words
Medium: 2,000-15,000 words
Long: 15,000-40,000 words
Epic: 40,000-100,000 words
Super Epic: 100,000+ words

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