I Walk the Line

Title: I Walk the Line Author: Keira Marcos Series: What Might Have Been Series Order: 2 Pairing: Sheppard/McKay Banner Art: FanArts Series Beta: Anomaly Rating: R (off screen violence, sex) Word Count: 15,700 Summary: When Dr. Rodney McKay disappears on an average Monday morning for no particular reason—Colonel John Sheppard…

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House of Cards – Chapter Four

Chapter Four   Laura slid into the co-pilot’s seat and said nothing while John communicated with the tower regarding their departure. He handled the small private jet with all the skill she’d seen him utilize dozens of times with a Jumper and she found herself relaxing into her seat. “Fasten…

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House of Cards – Chapter Three

Chapter Three   “You’re not concentrating.” Ronon tapped his wife’s ass with one of the bantos fighting rods he had in hand and circled her. They were several feet off the back porch, and Teal’c was sitting on the stairs watching. “Keep your eyes closed.” “It’s not like…” Jennifer sighed.…

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Of Bombs and Men – Chapter Ten

Chapter Ten   “After analyzing what was left in Major Lorne’s system—I’ve determined that Michael has altered the Hoffan Drug—if this was a test run we’ll likely never know what his ultimate result intention was.” Jennifer’s fingers curled around the tablet PC in front of her. “What we do know…

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Of Bombs and Men – Chapter One

AUTHORS NOTE: This is the fourth story in my on-going Stargate: Atlantis FanFiction series– I’m starting to enter what can only be called “Alternate Universe” territory so you’ll begin to see a very dramatic departure from the series cannon. Summary: Atlantis battles Michael on different ground– dealing with the people…

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Bleeding Love – Chapter Six

Content Warning: Please be aware that this chapter contains very adult language and explicit sexual content. * * * * Chapter Six     “Carson is reporting an increase in heart rate for both Ronon and Jennifer.” “Yeah, well tell him the giant alien dot just located and secured the…

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Where Ever You Go – Chapter Six

Chapter Six “Where is the kid from MIT. The one that doesn’t grow facial hair?” Rodney looked up from his tablet PC. “Oh, he was transferred out.” “When?” John asked softly. “He would have been beamed onto the Daedalus this morning.” Rodney’s fingers paused over his screen and met John’s.…

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In the Dark – Redux (Rated R)

Author’s Note About the story: This is a vignette sequel to my first Ronon/Jennifer centric fanfic titled “In the Dark”. Spoilers: All of Season 4 – Season 5 (from what I’ve read on Gateworld- I speculated a little). Content Warning: Rate R for adult language, explicit sex —– Jennifer took…

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In the Dark – Chapter Four

Chapter Four He was the best pillow ever. She snuggled closer, ignoring his intake of breath. Who would have thought a man that was a walking mountain of muscle could be so comfortable? It made the darkness around them more manageable. “You’re quiet.” His fingers stilled in their gentle quest…

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In the Dark – Chapter Three

Chapter Three “Okay, so the transponder signal is being jammed.” Rodney pursed his lips as if he had three thousand more things to say and John figured that he did so he said nothing while the scientist prepared his next volley of intolerable information. “I concur with Major Lorne that…

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In the Dark- Chapter Two

Chapter Two Colonel John Sheppard had two alert levels when it came to the people he cared about: concerned and rabidly annoyed when he didn’t know exactly where they were. Despite outward appearances and even his own words – John liked, no demanded, order in his life and ‘missing people’…

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In the Dark- Chapter One

Summary: Dr. Keller gets separated from Ronon and Major Lorne on a routine mission. Rating: T for strong language Spoilers: ALL of Season 4 just to be safe. Chapter One “I’m not leaving without her.” Ronon Dex had done a lot of things in his life – made enemies without…

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