melissas_corner: (Horatio/Speed)
Author’s Notes: This is the missing scene from part three of A Walk in the Dark. Don't worry if you haven't read that one, you'll still be able to enjoy this.

Performance Evaluations )
melissas_corner: (Horatio/Speed)
Author’s Notes: This turned into something… I can’t find the words to describe what it’s become, but it’s not what it started out as. Also, I was listening to AC/DC Live while writing this. That may be why it turned from fluff into something a lot darker. This is for Bev.I want to thank the wonderful Suz who gave me the encouragement to rewrite this story. She also gave me the idea for the ending, which caused me to have to rewrite the whole thing.

A Walk in the Dark )
melissas_corner: (Horatio/Speed)
Author’s Notes: Okay, there are a few things you need to know before you read this. First, this was whispered into my ear sometime ago, but it left me before I could write anything down. And then I got the biggest scare of my life when Speed started talking to me, at work no less. I have never heard a muse this loudly before. I really thought Speed was standing just out of my sight talking to me about this. Second, this contains several firsts for me: one, I’ve never written slash, two, it’s my first time writing this fandom, and third, this is the first fic I’ve ever finished and is only the third story I’ve listened to a muse about. So even though it's actually the third in the series it was the first one I wrote. When I started rewriting the story that comes after this one my muses decided I needed to write Mother's Day and then Now Comes the Night to show Horatio's side of the 'courtship'.

I'm Hooked on You )
melissas_corner: (Horatio/Speed)
Author’s Notes: This came to me when I was listening to my Rob Thomas CD. After reading the words I realized this doesn't really fit but seeing as how this is what came out, and the fact that every time I hear the song I see H standing next to a grave, I kept the title.

Now Comes the Night )
melissas_corner: (Horatio/Speed)
Author's Notes: In Slaughter House, Speed tells Eric that his parents may have wanted him to disappear on occasion when he was growing up. And then in my story A Walk in the Dark, he is shown as having a good relationship with them. So this is my explanation of how they got from wanting him to go away to wanting him to come 'home'.
Warnings: Deals with dark emotional issues, cutting and drug abuse.

Mother's Day )


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