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Words: approx. 4,5k
Warnings: Sexual content
Rating: NC17
Genre: Romance, fluff
Pairing: John/Sherlock
Summary: One rainy day, Sherlock brings a puppy home. As John watches his flatmate take care of the abandoned little dog, he realizes something essential.

(I just tried to sum it up to the best of my abilities, considering I couldn't find a summary anywhere).
Written for this prompt:
Returning home one cold and rainy night, Sherlock finds a lost/abandoned puppy huddled in the doorway of their building trying to stay out of the rain.
He's not crazy about bringing it inside, but he really doesn't want to leave it out there to die of exposure either, so he grudgingly tucks it under his arm and takes it upstairs.
Cue John being all O.O "W...T...F?" as Sherlock sets about drying puppy off, building up a fire, and sitting in front of the fireplace with a towel-wrapped puppy in his lap.



Basically, this is a lot of cuteness. Sherlock with a puppy is just too adorable.
My favorite line: He had just shifted more tightly into his blankets for about the thousandth time when his door opened, admitting a sheepish Sherlock and an armful of dog.

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Words: 1,5k
Warnings: Excessive amounts of entirely too adorable cuddling
Rating: PG
Genre: Romance, fluff (fluffy fluff fluff <3)
Pairing: John/Sherlock
Summary: The change had occurred, John had accepted it, and when Sherlock had asked, “You don’t mind, do you?”, John had answered, “No, of course not.”

So, so so adorable! If you're looking for something short and fluffy to warm you right up, look no longer, this is it! It is too cute for words and I can't even - 
(dying of feels here) 
*clearing of throat* Well, let me try and be businesslike - basically it's just a story of what happens when Sherlock discovers he can think better when he's cuddling John. 
All right, I can't be businesslike about it - so so cute - run, don't walk!

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A little teaser for you )
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Words: 3,3k
Warnings: swearing, talks of sex
Rating: Teen and Up Audiences
Genre: romance, hint of a case-fic
Pairing: John/Sherlock
Summary: Sherlock and John go to marriage counselling. Hilarity and angst happen in equal measures. For this kinkmeme prompt.

This is a wonderfully entertaining little story about how John and Sherlock pretended to be married for a case, but at the same time it sheds light on their relationship and the problems the two of them might have. 
It's really wonderful, although in my opinion there could be more explicit fluff, but what can I say - I'm a sucker for fluff.

Here's a little teaser for you )




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Words: 43k
Warnings: off-screen murder, dead people, mentions of drug-use,
Rating: Teen and Up Audiences
Genre: romance, case-fic, crime, university AU
Pairing: John/Sherlock, Irene Adler/Sally Donavan, Molly Hooper/Greg Lestrade
Summary: Set at the very fictional St Benedict's College, Cambridge. 21-year-old John Watson, recently invalided home from Afghanistan, begins his first year at university. The student he's sharing rooms with takes up entirely too much of his time. The only parties he gets invited to are hosted by a would-be dominatrix. Oh, and he's probably being targeted by a serial killer. At least his life isn't boring.


I must admit it sounds a little crack-ish, but isn't that at all. You see before you a wonderful university AU with romance and suspense and quite fun parts in between. The relationship that develops between Sherlock and John is so wonderfully canon and yet a little more romantic, Irene is hilarious but you feel with her and Molly - I always love a well-written Molly, and this one is just enough of smitten with Sherlock to be believable, but her own person, strong and yet in need of some serious hugging.
Am I gushing?
Anyway, quite funny in parts, but engaging and with a good dose of suspense. And Moriarity!
What else is there to say? The reader reads from different perspectives - John narrates most of the time, but sometimes Sherlock, Molly or Irene (I felt I needed to say that). Oh, and Sherlock is wonderfully in character (see favorite chapter, there is a wonderful Sherlock in there!)

Favorite Chapter: Chapter 5: From the Reminiscences of John H Watson - In which Mycroft shows his love in scary ways, John has occasional bloodlust, Sebastian Wilkes really deserves to be punched in the face, and creepy Irishmen hide in bushes. It's actually a pretty happy chapter, though! (description by author)


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Words: 77k
Warnings: sex, off-screen death, mild, consenting somnophilia
Rating: M
Genre: case-fic, romance, crime
Pairing: John/Sherlock, OCs
Summary: Written for a prompt over on sherlockbbc_fic: There's a case at a secondary school/University, some series of threats or string of bizarre murders that has the entire campus shaken. In the course of the investigation, Sherlock and John meet two students. One is well liked if not popular, athletic, intelligent without showing off, involved only because they were close to a victim or witnessed something important. The other is a loner with no regard for social norms, an insufferable genius, always in the chem lab, and involved because everyone, including teachers/professors, think they're behind everything.

Sherlock and John are responsible for these two meeting. And, because they both want to help with the investigation, they get to watch them become friends and fall a little in love. And that makes them feel things about themselves that they've been working very hard to not feel, thank you.





Alright, so this is another fill for the same prompt for which Rhyme (written by parachute_silks) was also a fill, and it is just as wonderful although it is completely different. I feel Parallel is a little lighter, a little more fast-paced, our Sherlock/John Mirror-OCs (I'll just call them that) only meet through the case for the first time and become friends. The similarities between John and Sam and Sherlock and Fiona are clearer than they were in Rhyme, Sherlock's and John's relationship is not depicted with as much depth in Parallel as it was in Rhyme, but more fun and very fluffy in parts. 
Long story short: Both stories are amazing and you should give Parallel a go, even (or especially) if you've read Rhyme. Watching two author's responses to the same prompt is extremely interesting and I couldn't pick a favorite of the two, because they were both just plain amazing, although completely different. 


Just a few teasers from Parallel ( I may have giggled a lot) )
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This is a place where I will put every fic I find and like that fills the popular soulmates-trope. Fics will be added as time goes by...


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Blue Veins (by lbmisscharly)

Words: 20k
Warnings: None
Rating: M
Genre: Romance
Pairing: Mycroft/Lestrade, Sherlock/John
Summary: Written for this prompt at the kinkmeme: If a clock could count down to the moment you meet your soul mate, would you want to know? Everyone has a clock, either installed by futuristic machines or they're born with one.
The numbers can’t guarantee happiness, reciprocity, or even fidelity. They’re just a fact of life. In a world where everyone hides their numbers, John Watson meets a man with bare wrists.

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Written on the Wrist (by ausausserbeimit)


Words: 5,5k
Warnings: None
Rating: Teen
Genre: Romance
Pairing: John/Sherlock, John/Mary Morstan
Summary: The thing about the Mate Mark was that it didn’t mean you’d find your soul mate. It just meant you had one.

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Put a Smile in Your Name (by kingaofthewoods)

Words: 10k
Warnings: None
Rating: Teen
Genre: Romance
Pairing: Mycroft/Molly
Summary: Molly Hooper adores the name on her life line even before she can read it. It’s written in a beautiful cursive, loops and curves flowing freely into what she sees as a work of art. She’s immensely proud to carry it on her skin, and she shows it with a smile to all of her friends in kindergarten.
"My-croft?" one of the girls struggles to decipher it. "What kind of a name is that?"

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The Heart on Your Wrist (by flawedamythyst)

(not technically a soulmates-fic, but I felt it fit the collection)

Words: 5,5k
Warnings: None
Rating: Teen
Genre: Romance
Pairing: John/Sherlock
Summary: Sherlock stared at the imperfect circle on his left wrist in horror, then sat down on his bed with a bit of a thump. After over thirty years, his heartmark was finally showing activity. This was not good.

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To be continued...
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Words: 4,5k
Warnings: None
Rating: M
Genre: romance, humour
Pairing: Sherlock/John, Mycroft/Lestrade
Summary: In which Lestrade and the Yarders secretly write Real Person Fic about the world's only consulting detective and his flatmate, everyone questions their sexuality, and it turns out to be entirely possible to ship your own pairing.

Entirely compromised of fanfiction summaries, comments on said fanfictions and emails, this is delicious. The pennames of all of our favorite characters are spot-on and you can easily figure out who is who. This is extremely amusing and utterly sweet, not to mention hot (Mycroft and Lestrade! Those two - I don't want to give anything away but someone is enthusiastic ^^). 
Not too long, easy to read but entirely worth it. 

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