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Title: Busted and Tapestry
Fandom: Due South
Pairing: Fraser/Kowalski
Categories: h/c
Length: Epic (~105,000 words combined)
Warnings: none

Author on LJ: n/a
Author Website: n/a (if anyone knows for either of these, please let me know)

Review
The love I have for these two stories knows no bounds.  After Call of the Wild (CotW, the series finale of Due South) and the subsequent adventure, Ray returns to Chicago while Fraser remains in Canada.  Suddenly Ray shows up at Fraser's door covered in surgical scars, weak as a kitten, and carrying everything important to him.  Fraser takes him in and helps him heal while they both try to figure out exactly what happened when Ray was shot.  Oh, and they fall in love:)

In Tapestry, Fraser and Ray are continuing to develop their relationship when an unexpected visitor shows up at their door: Ray Vecchio.  I'm not usually a fan of Vecchio in F/K fanon (it's one of those few cases where the canon character is actually much nicer than the fanon character), but anonymous co does a brilliant job of showing us a flawed, but fundamentally decent man dealing with circumstances waaay outside his comfort zone.  As Ray K points out, Ray V is Fraser's best friend and Fraser wouldn't be that close to someone who wasn't a good guy.

Full of angst and love, but most of all, full of deliciously sweet hurt/comfort, these two stories are worth reading again and again.

Busted
Tapestry

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myreasontosmile
Jun. 17th, 2007 10:35 am (UTC)
Great idea! I think anything that you rec would be brilliant!
jane_elliot
Jun. 17th, 2007 05:10 pm (UTC)
Thank you! I figure that just about anyone on my friends list would like stories that I rec, since I tend to read exactly what I write. And I was getting so frustrated of meaningless recs that didn't give me enough information to tell if the story would have one of my squicks or kinks. Heck, some of them didn't even include *pairing* information (this is especially a problem in anime fanfic). Now that I'm actually posting recs, I think this is going to turn into central location for all of my re-reads, which I've never been very good at keeping track of.

Enjoy the recs!
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