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Primeval Drabble series: Starting Again

February 20th, 2012 (09:26 pm)

feeling: apathetic

Title: Starting Again

Disclaimer: Primeval is not mine.

A/N: This is for prompt 250: past prompts at primeval100. Specific prompts (1-30) are listed before each drabble. I wrote these to tell a progressive story but each snippet is an individual drabble, making this a series of sorts. Also, mostly unbeta’ed. Apologies!

Spoilers/Warnings: Set post 2.07 AU. Mentions S3 characters.

Summary: Stephen’s would-be redemption is difficult.


1 - Introductions

This is not a world Stephen knows.

It’s cold and desolate, marked only by his pain and failure. It has nothing for him, and he craves oblivion.

He’s pulled back without mercy. The pain rips through him, and this introduction to the real world nearly breaks him.

Cutter’s there, though, unyielding; Stephen’s only anchor in a growing confusion.

“Stephen,” he says, breathes it like a prayer of thanksgiving. Cutter is smiling, face split in a grin as his hand closes around Stephen’s.

It’s a tenuous thing and the darkness beckons, but for once, this new world calls to him more.

2 – Lost

Stephen should be dead; still wishes he were, in fact. In death, things would actually make sense. His sacrifice would be complete; his mistakes, if not atoned for, then at least left behind.

Alive, though, he’s lost. He doesn’t know who he is, where he belongs. People visit and wish him well, but he doesn’t deserve to call them friends. He doesn’t presume to be their teammate anymore; he doesn’t imagine they want to see him at all.

He’s not looking for answers, though. He’s not trying to find anything. Some things – like some people – deserve to stay lost forever.

3 – Determined

Stephen doesn’t ask for anything.

He doesn’t ask for Connor for books or Abby to smuggle real food. He doesn’t ask Jenny for a private room or Lester to arrange his medical coverage.

Cutter’s more determined than the rest, almost refusing to leave – like nothing happened.

“Why are you still here?” Stephen asks finally. “I betrayed you. For Helen.”

Cutter flinches, but doesn’t relent. “We let her destroy us once. I won’t let it happen again.”

Stephen wants to protest. But he knows Cutter: once Nick’s set on something, there’s no sense arguing.

No sense doing anything but giving in.

4 – Rex

“Rex got out again,” Abby says

Stephen’s not sure how to respond. “I’m sorry.”

She shrugs. “He came back.”

“That’s good,” Stephen replies uncertainly.

“It’s crazy,” she continues. “I’m loyal to a prehistoric lizard, but unforgiving with my friends.”

Stephen shakes his head. “No, I trusted Helen – almost let all of you die in the process.”

Abby nods. “And I ignored you all along. I wanted you to suffer, but I had no idea what that meant.”

“I’m the one at fault,” he says emphatically.

“I know,” she says, smiling now. “But you came back too, and that’s what matters.”

5 - Moonlight and Forgotten

Stephen’s would-be redemption is difficult; focusing on his physical recovery seems easier.

Until it starts.

At first, the nurses have to lift him, but soon he’s sitting alone. Stomaching food is difficult, and staying awake drains him. The stitches pull at his very organs. When the doctor talks, Stephen zones out.

By day, he endures. He struggles through therapy, forces himself to move. He doesn’t look at the healing scars that crisscross his body. His face is mostly unscathed, but his right arm may never recover.

By night, he curls up alone, letting himself cry while he struggles to forget.

6 - In the Bedroom

The doctors agree to release Stephen, assuming he has live-in support, so Stephen resigns himself to an extended hospital stay.

He’s dubious when Connor and Abby check him out. When they arrive at Cutter’s, he tries to hobble away but it’s futile.

“We didn’t finish unpacking, but it’ll do,” Cutter says, gesturing awkwardly to the bedroom. “Until you’re better anyway.”

Stephen supports himself against the door, face red, unsure what to say. This isn’t home, but Stephen has no home. This is as close as he’ll get.

Standing there, with Abby and Connor and Cutter beckoning him, it’s close enough.

7 – Betrayal

It’s a fight Cutter’s avoided but Stephen needs. “Just say I told you so already,” he snaps. “I know you’re thinking it.”

Cutter’s surprised. “It’s not like that—“

“I betrayed you,” Stephen interjects. “Why don’t you hate me?”

Cutter reaches out. “Stephen—“

Stephen shoves him away, stumbling. “It’s my fault,” he says, words catching as he collapses.

He sobs. Everything hurts; he can’t breathe. Humiliation and regret encompass everything.

Cutter’s arm settles around him and Stephen stiffens. He doesn’t deserve Cutter’s comfort but he can’t deny it. Stephen’s lost this fight.

All he has left is unconditional surrender.

8 - The Forest of Dean

Cutter takes him to the Forest of Dean. Stephen’s listing heavily when they stop, but he still remembers: Helen outing them; finding that first anomaly; searching for Helen.

“It always starts here,” Cutter resolves. “So we’ll start here again.”

Stephen doesn’t understand

“You slept with Helen. You lied to me,” Cutter explains. “I should hate you, but I don’t. I never will. If you can accept that, we’ll leave together, and this will be the last new start we need.”

Hope is fragile, unwieldy, but Stephen recognises his last chance for what it is.

They walk back, unsteady but together.

9 - Star Wars

Stephen’s body’s healing, but his emotions are tenuous. He’s grateful for Cutter’s second chance, but he still doesn’t know who he is, where he belongs, what he’s even doing.

Cutter’s steadfast. He doesn’t flinch when Stephen leans against him, doesn’t joke when Stephen goes to bed early and sleeps all night.

Jenny stops by. Lester calls. Abby buys dinner. Connor brings Star Wars.

“I thought we could watch,” he says, shrugging. “You know. Together.”

The invitation’s awkward. Stephen doesn’t understand it, but these people still call him a friend, so he thinks maybe watching Star Wars is someplace to start.

10 - "Claudia Who?"

Stephen should be grateful to be alive, but he hardly feels that way. He hardly feels anything at all.

Cutter asks if he wants to go back, if he misses anything from before.

Stephen’s uncertain.

Cutter smiles. “Claudia Brown.”

Stephen frowns. “Who?”

Cutter’s wistful. “I’m not sure if I loved her, but I’d go back for her if I could.”

“I’m sorry,” Stephen says. “I’ve been so selfish—“

“We’re not Helen. We can’t go back; that’s not how life is,” Cutter interjects. “We can only go forward. Together.”

Somewhere inside, Stephen feels something small, tentative; maybe something like hope.

11 – Surprise

Stephen doesn’t care if he heals, but it matters to Cutter. He takes pleasure in each minor victory, no matter how trivial.

It doesn’t make sense to Stephen, but this isn’t about Stephen. Cutter’s given him so much – his forgiveness most of all – and Stephen will give what little he has in return.

So he works, skipping his meds and pushing himself at therapy.

When he takes Cutter on the walk around the neighborhood, it’s a slow trek and Stephen’s winded by the end, but the excitement in Cutter’s eyes makes the surprise worth the pain, the work -- everything.

12 – Friends

Weeks become months. Stephen still aches but he’s running again. The doctor tells him to start thinking about his life.

It’s funny: Stephen doesn’t even know what life he has left. He’s not sure he has a job; he doesn’t even have a home. His life exists inside Cutter’s house and even that is too much sometimes.

That would have mattered, back when he chose some idealised greater good over his friends. It’s not a mistake he’ll make again. Because he doesn’t have a life to reclaim but he has friends and for now, he thinks that’s all he needs.

13 – Camping

Stephen wakes up crying, throat raw and the nightmare still vivid. Cutter’s holding his arms, asking if he’s okay.

Cutter settles Stephen on the couch, hunkering down nearby before asking if he wants to talk.

Stephen smiles. “All this time and now you want to talk.”

Cutter’s sheepish. “Better late than never.”

Stephen wants to say no, to just go back to sleep. But the weight of the dream, the intensity of the memories – of the predators, of the blood, of Helen – are too much.

By morning, they’re camped out together, slumped against each other as the sun rises outside.

14 - A Quiet Night In

Stephen’s better. Abby takes him drinking; Connor insists on shopping. Jenny comes with paperwork from Lester. “If you want your job,” she explains.

She’s so direct; Stephen almost forgets to be surprised.

When she leaves, he sits at Cutter’s table for a quiet night in, pondering the offer.

“You going to take it?” Cutter asks, watching Stephen carefully, hopefully.

Stephen’s not sure. He doesn’t miss the lies; the life, death.

But he misses his friends, being a part of something. He misses that look in Cutter’s eyes.

“Yeah,” he says, certain now. “Not like I’ve got anything else to do.”

15 - Oops!

Stephen feels out of place.

Still, Abby hugs him; Connor grins giddily. Jenny introduces the new staff, and Cutter never leaves his side.

Captain Becker seems apt – Stephen’s favours more backup – and then there’s Sarah Page.

“Did you just get back from holiday?” she asks.

Abby’s eyes widen; Connor chokes. Captain Becker shuffles; Jenny frowns. Cutter’s ready to intervene, but this is Stephen’s moment.

“No,” he says. “I nearly ruined the entire project and nearly got killed for my trouble.”

“Oh, you’re – Stephen,” she realises. “I’m sorry!”

“Don’t worry,” he says wryly. “If anyone knows oops around here, it’s me.”

16 - This is where you duck

At the first anomaly, Stephen steps closer to Cutter, just to be sure. Then, when all hell breaks loose, Stephen freezes.

It’s an ankylosaur. It charges, batting its armoured tail, sending debris flying.

Stephen remembers the predators, hot breath and snapping jaws as they ripped his flesh.

A shot resounds; Cutter yanks to the ground hard. Stephen blinks.

“This is where you duck,” Cutter pants, dragging Stephen back as the ankylosaur rounds. “And this is where you shoot!”

It’s a perilous moment, and Stephen feels shaky. But Cutter’s there, Cutter’s counting on him. Stephen’s arm steadies and shoots to kill.

17 - Chat-up lines

“You think I should?” Connor frets.

Stephen sighs. It’s not that Stephen doesn’t care; he just doesn’t think he’s qualified to answer.

“I mean, I feel like I should,” Connor continues. “But I thought maybe you’d know some chat-up lines.”

“The last time I was with someone, she used me, tried to kill all of you, and then left me to die,” Stephen replies.

Connor remembers. “Oh.”

Stephen shrugs. “Besides, I wasn’t the one making the advances.”

“So she had the chat-up lines?” Connor asks.

Stephen stares.

“Right, I don’t want her advice,” Connor amends.

“No,” Stephen concludes. “Probably not.”

18 - T-rex

At work, Stephen chases down a T-rex storming through a warehouse. There are a few civilian casualties, but they manage to contain it, shuttling it back through the anomaly with nothing more than scratches and a few destroyed vehicles.

At home, Stephen barely has the energy to talk with Cutter. He eats a bit and tries to read, but falls asleep on the couch like always.

Sometimes, he wakes up snug, a blanket tucked around him. Today, he comes to gasping, a scream in his throat and tears burning his eyes.

All things considered, he’ll take the T-rex any day.

19 – Abby

Abby’s his friend, like before. She squeezes his arm, shares jokes with him.

But sometimes, their eyes catch; he remembers asking her out on his deathbed, remembers her acceptance.

There’s a spark there, some kind of potential.

Stephen wanted it once; maybe could want it again. But he wanted Helen, too, so he’s not sure his own desires count for much.

Abby trusts him, has forgiven him, but he doesn’t trust himself and he certainly hasn’t forgiven himself.

In that, the choice is simple.

He asks, “So what about Connor?”

She blushes red and Stephen knows this choice is right.

20 – Chocolate

Nick tosses the box of chocolates on the table. “Happy Valentine’s Day.”

Stephen smirks. “You shouldn’t have.”

Cutter sits down. “I didn’t. One of the lab techs has a thing.”

Stephen opens the box, studying the lid to see the options.

Cutter snatches the lid. “That’s cheating. The surprise is the best part.”

Stephen takes it back. “I’ve had enough surprises,” he says, finding the chocolate he wants and eating it. “I prefer something predictable.”

Cutter snags his own piece without looking. “Not all surprises are bad.”

Stephen inclines his head. “We’ll see.”

Cutter grins, taking another. “Yes, we will.”

21 – Devastation

It’s a sabre tooth.

No bigger, no more deadly than their normal fare but the sight makes Stephen freeze. He’s armed but forgotten how to aim.

Because he remembers: bared teeth, guttural snarls, frenzied pain as his flesh was ripped, blood smeared on cold, unforgiving floor.

It charges, claws slashing scars to make new wounds.

Cutter screams, pulling him away. Becker lays down a rapid retort of gunfire.

Stephen blinks. Abby’s crying; Connor’s gaping. Sarah’s calling for help.

Cutter holds him, pleading. “Hold on.”

Stephen hasn’t denied Cutter anything, but the devastation’s too much. He closes his eyes, letting go.

22 – Ryan

Stephen doesn’t believe in miracles.

He escaped death once by total chance; he survives it again by Cutter’s grace and determination. He doesn’t let Stephen slip away and is there when the doctor tells him how lucky he is to have sustained no lasting damage this time.

Cutter’s forgiveness is the closest thing Stephen knows, but he counts that as the other man’s fortitude and not divine intervention.

Fate is too convenient; an easy fall back and he wants to own his own mistakes. So miracles are simply not relevant to Stephen.

Then, one day, they’ve got an anomaly in a car park only nary a creature comes through. Instead, standing there in his gear, is Ryan, and Stephen has to rethink miracles after all.

23 – Bed

Stephen’s bed is comfortable, but he doesn’t sleep. The nightmares haven’t stopped, so he rumples the sheets, letting Cutter think he’s slept.

Cutter knows. “You promised no more lies.”

“I’m not lying,” Stephen protests.

Cutter gives him a look. “You make the bed so I think you’re sleeping. That’s as much a lie as anything.”

Stephen pales, panic stirring in him.

“You can trust me,” Cutter says. “Tell me everything.”

Everything is unsettling; the nightmares are just the start. “I don’t know how.”

Cutter presses his lips together. “Try.”

“Fine,” Stephen agrees. “For the bed’s sake.”

Cutter grins in relief.

24 – Pollen

Cutter calls it PTSD, but Cutter’s a professor, not a psychologist.

At work, they’re corralling prehistoric rodents in a field. Stephen catches one; it screeches, helpless.

Stephen understands helpless. Impotency and futility and regret –

Then, he’s on his knees, crying. The creature flees; Stephen suffocates.

Luckily, Cutter finds him. “Still think I’m unqualified to offer psychological advice?”

Stephen laughs harshly. “Maybe,” he admits, flushed. “What’ll I tell the others?”

Cutter shrugs. “Keep talking, and we’ll blame the pollen.”

Stephen sniffles. “Or?”

“I’ll say you suffered a nervous breakdown. See who intervenes first.”

“Bastard,” Stephen says.

Cutter smirks. “For you, anything.”

25 – Camouflage

Stephen talks. Cutter listens, careful and certain, as Stephen searches for words.

It’s strange to talk, stranger still to admit weakness. It’s not the cure all Stephen’s hoped for. The nightmares persist; the flashbacks occur without warning.

But he’s not alone. That matters. More than Stephen imagined.

Still, clarity is elusive. It’s like hunting in the forest, trying to distinguish the brush from camouflage, only with emotional stakes Stephen can’t totally conceptualise.

Fortunately, Stephen’s a good hunter. The truths of pain and redemption are there. Stephen just has to separate them from the rest and claim them as his own.

26 - Dining Out

Jenny takes him out. “I try to make sure that all personnel are feeling included and important.”

Stephen smiles stiffly. “I’m fine.”

She lifts her eyebrows.

Stephen blushes. “Well, I’m getting there.”

She nods. “If you need additional support, we have some measures—“

“I’m working on it,” he says.

She gauges him, then smiles. “Right. Good. So how are things with you and Cutter?”


She hesitates. “And Cutter’s…good?”

Stephen frowns. “I’m not sure I understand.”

She waves her hand. “Just professional concern.”

Stephen’s traded credulity for cynicism, but Stephen’s almost glad he’s not the only liar among them.

27 – Halloween

“You’re scared,” Abby gloats.

“I’m not scared,” Connor insists.

Abby’s gleeful. “You’re actually scared!”

“I’m appropriately cautious,” Connor corrects. “People shouldn’t make light of Halloween.”

“Right, because ghosts and witches exist,” Abby jokes.

“They could!”

Abby mocks; Connor’s indignant.

Stephen sighs. He usually makes a point of non-intervene, but someone should save these two from themselves.

“She likes that you’re scared,” Stephen interjects. “Vulnerability’s important.”

Abby gapes.

“And he’s afraid that if he admits it, you won’t want to snog him.”

Connor splutters.

“You’re both thinking it,” Stephen says. “Just go out. You’ll thank me later.”

For once, Stephen’s right.

28 – Humility

A year ago, Stephen made the worst mistake of his life. His mates have forgiven him; that just makes it worse.

He stays at home. He can’t sleep but there’s no reason to be awake.

“We could get a drink,” Cutter suggests.

Stephen shakes his head. “I don’t deserve it.” He doesn’t even deserve to cry so his eyes are dry. “You should hate me.”

Cutter hesitates. “Humility’s a virtue. Self-flagellation’s not. Don’t make me watch you die again.”

Cutter’s doesn’t look away, but Stephen can’t meet his eyes, not after what he’s done. Not this time. Maybe never again.

29 – Kindness

Cutter’s careful but he stays with Stephen, no matter what. Sometimes Stephen is cold; sometimes he yells. Cutter persists.

Stephen’s steeped in lies and betrayal; Cutter offers a hand of comfort when he should push Stephen away.

It’s not just Cutter. As the anniversary approaches, they all take their turns. Even Lester stops him in the hallway and tells him to take the time he needs.

Stephen’s suffered this kindness for so long and he might not deserve it, but he needs it.

Faced with the memory of what he’s done, of what’s been done to him, he needs it.

30 – Forgiveness

The flashback comes in the shower, leaves him paralysed. Broken. When Cutter finds him half naked and sopping, Stephen’s hysterical.

“It’s okay,” Cutter reassures.

Stephen shakes his head, pleading. “You need to hate me.”

“Why?” Cutter asks. “Because you hate yourself?”

Stephen’s still crying. “You can’t forgive me.”

“I have,” Cutter insists. “You just need to forgive yourself.”

He craves absolution – needs it more than anything. He’s been waiting a year to find it, to beg it from Cutter, but that’s not where it is.

It’s here, in Stephen’s shame and brokenness. In his vulnerability and perseverance.

It’s finally here.


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Posted by: flaccidduck (flaccidduck)
Posted at: February 21st, 2012 03:57 am (UTC)

Beautifully done. I love this

Posted by: do i dare or do i dare? (faye_dartmouth)
Posted at: February 23rd, 2012 04:09 am (UTC)
stephen hair

Thanks :) I'm glad you like it!

Posted by: kristen_mara (kristen_mara)
Posted at: February 21st, 2012 06:14 am (UTC)

*flails* Gawd, you put him through the wringer on 'repeat' in this one!! So much angst. I'm glad you ended it on hope and that Nick wouldn't give up on him. Lovely interactions between Stephen and the others.

Ooo, you brought Ryan back ;)

////“We let her destroy us once. I won’t let it happen again.”////

Good, Nick. You've learned.

////“I’m not lying,” Stephen protests.////

Not in the bed, you're not *G*

Posted by: do i dare or do i dare? (faye_dartmouth)
Posted at: February 23rd, 2012 04:11 am (UTC)
stephen cutter

Heh, I did have fun with the angst on this one. But you can't complain because I did fix them all in the end :)

Not in the bed, you're not *G*



Posted by: joshinator (joshinator)
Posted at: February 21st, 2012 06:48 am (UTC)

This is epic!

Posted by: do i dare or do i dare? (faye_dartmouth)
Posted at: February 23rd, 2012 04:11 am (UTC)
stephen up


Posted by: freddiejoey (freddiejoey)
Posted at: February 21st, 2012 06:53 am (UTC)

This is a truly wonderful insight into Stephen's state of mind.

Posted by: do i dare or do i dare? (faye_dartmouth)
Posted at: February 23rd, 2012 04:12 am (UTC)
stephen cutter

I do enjoy looking inside his angsty mind. Thanks :)

Posted by: The Libran Iniquity (tli)
Posted at: February 21st, 2012 07:44 am (UTC)
Nick Cutter

Oh, wow. Beautifully done.

Posted by: do i dare or do i dare? (faye_dartmouth)
Posted at: February 23rd, 2012 04:12 am (UTC)
stephen angsty

Thanks :)

Posted by: lukadreaming (lukadreaming)
Posted at: February 21st, 2012 08:02 am (UTC)
Nick and Stephen distant

Very nicely done! Intense and angsty, but with hope at the end ...

Posted by: do i dare or do i dare? (faye_dartmouth)
Posted at: February 23rd, 2012 04:12 am (UTC)
stephen's eyes

I tried to end it on a positive note (although I probably could have wallowed in the angst for some time if the week had been longer...).


Posted by: reggietate (reggietate)
Posted at: February 21st, 2012 10:02 am (UTC)

*asaaaaaangst!* Lovely, lovely angst, with angst on top :-) Beautifully done.

Posted by: do i dare or do i dare? (faye_dartmouth)
Posted at: February 23rd, 2012 04:14 am (UTC)
stephen cutter

Sometimes wallowing in angst is sort of my favorite thing to do. And Stephen makes it far too easy.


Posted by: blackdog_lz (blackdog_lz)
Posted at: February 21st, 2012 11:02 am (UTC)
Stephen Gun

That drabble tree is awesome.
You really show Stephen's broken mind and the determination he still has to go on for his friends, if not for himself. And that makes my heart break, even though you mend it in the end, by Cutter and the rest not giving up on him.

Posted by: do i dare or do i dare? (faye_dartmouth)
Posted at: February 23rd, 2012 04:16 am (UTC)
stephen hair

Stephen is like the ultimate angsty character. Whenever I sit down to write him, he just exudes regret and despair. It kills me that the show never gave him any real chance to absolve it all, so I keep trying to do it in fic.

Thanks :)

(And I hope you're feeling better now!)

Posted by: fififolle (fififolle)
Posted at: February 21st, 2012 01:58 pm (UTC)
Primeval - Stephen stare heart

God. That's brilliant. Amazing from start to finish. Fantastic to see Stephen really having to work through it all, with all of them, especially Cutter of course.
Chat-up lines, and chocolate, were incredibly clever. *claps loudly*
Stunning series using the first 30 prompts. Absolutely stunning.

Posted by: do i dare or do i dare? (faye_dartmouth)
Posted at: February 23rd, 2012 04:17 am (UTC)
stephen skeptical

I have this pressing desire to just fix Stephen, which is why I keep wallowing on it :)


Posted by: fredbassett (fredbassett)
Posted at: February 21st, 2012 02:12 pm (UTC)
Stephen 7

This is fabulous. It's rare to see a long look at this from Stephen's POV and this worked very well.

I love the little fix-it for Ryan and the fact that it ended on a hopeful note.

Posted by: do i dare or do i dare? (faye_dartmouth)
Posted at: February 23rd, 2012 04:18 am (UTC)
stephen cutter distance

I'm glad you thought it worked! I think I've been spending too much time in denial land because I never would have given Ryan much thought otherwise, but then I started reading all the fics on the comm and it seemed only appropriate to bring him back.


Posted by: fredbassett (fredbassett)
Posted at: February 23rd, 2012 08:27 am (UTC)

Posted by: nietie (nietie)
Posted at: February 21st, 2012 06:22 pm (UTC)

Healing is such a painful process, in many ways and not just for Stephen. This was beautiful.

Posted by: do i dare or do i dare? (faye_dartmouth)
Posted at: February 23rd, 2012 04:18 am (UTC)
stephen cutter distance

When it comes to Stephen, I always want to fix him. He never really got the chance on the show, and it just doesn't seem fair.


Posted by: knitekat (knitekat)
Posted at: February 21st, 2012 10:16 pm (UTC)

Wonderful, brilliantly linked together fixit (with added Ryan fixit). *purrs*

Posted by: do i dare or do i dare? (faye_dartmouth)
Posted at: February 23rd, 2012 04:19 am (UTC)
stephen cutter sit

I'm glad it tied together okay! And bringing Ryan back just seemed like the thing to do if I was going to try for a happy ending for them all :) Thanks!

Posted by: ebonyfeather (ebonyfeather)
Posted at: February 21st, 2012 10:16 pm (UTC)
kitten hug

These are absolutely fantastic! Poor Stephen, but at least he's got Nick and his other friends there, even if he's not quite ready to accept that they are still his friends.

Posted by: do i dare or do i dare? (faye_dartmouth)
Posted at: February 23rd, 2012 04:20 am (UTC)
stephen's eyes

I've got a thing for redemption stories, so writing this one for Stephen was more fun than it should have been. Thanks!

Posted by: lsellersfic (lsellersfic)
Posted at: February 22nd, 2012 07:00 pm (UTC)

Lovely drabble series.

Posted by: do i dare or do i dare? (faye_dartmouth)
Posted at: February 23rd, 2012 04:20 am (UTC)
stephen up

Much thanks!

Posted by: clea2011 (clea2011)
Posted at: February 22nd, 2012 09:09 pm (UTC)

Lovely drabble series

Posted by: do i dare or do i dare? (faye_dartmouth)
Posted at: February 23rd, 2012 04:20 am (UTC)
stephen cutter sit

Thank you!

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