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Title: Things To Do in Portland When You're Not Really Dead
Fandom: Grimm, The Avengers (2012)
Pairing: Monroe/Phil Coulson, Nick/Juliette, Nick/Monroe, Phil Coulson/Clint Barton
Categories: Hurt/Confort, Friendship, Humor, Angst, Romance, First time, Crossover
Length: Long (~31702 words)
Warnings: N/A

Author on LJ: laceymcbain
Author Website: faviconlaceymcbain
or >Lacey McBain's Fan Fiction Library

Agent Phil Coulson really does have a cellist in Portland, but it's not exactly what anyone thinks.

This fic is so great I'm reccing it only one day after it has been posted. What can I say, it's just a long entertaining fic with a bit of everything you might enjoy.
On one hand, you can enjoy this story with no knowledge of "Grimm" and only a few notions from "The Avengers". But if you know both, Coulson's line about a "cellist in Portland" is just the best thing ever. This crossover is well-balanced, and neither fandom is forgotten.
On the other hand, the plot is very well-written and the developments are amazing. The succession of actions is well-thought and you can see everything happening. The sum of details is just wonderful.
Finally, the characters are just amazing. The friendships and romances (past and present) are well-done. And the evolutions of all those relationships are never rushed. And you really feel for the characters.

Things To Do in Portland When You're Not Really Dead


( 2 comments — Leave a comment )
Jul. 16th, 2012 08:38 pm (UTC)
Seconded! I just read this last night and completely enjoyed it. (and I know nothing about Grimm). Great rec! :)
Jul. 19th, 2012 06:16 pm (UTC)
Thanks for reccing this! I really enjoyed it.

Oh, and I just added a fandom: grimm tag for future use. ;)

Edited at 2012-07-19 06:32 pm (UTC)
( 2 comments — Leave a comment )


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