11 February 2012 @ 06:58 pm
Prompt #020: Infatuation  
Title: No Words
Author: Leela ([personal profile] leela_cat)
Pairing: Adam/Sauli
Rating: PG
Word Count: 100
Author's notes: Written for [community profile] glam_100, prompt #020: Infatuation. Many thanks to [profile] aislinntlc for the preread.

Adam's infatuated with the small things. Things he didn't know were important until he and Sauli were trying to have a relationship across thousands of miles.

His breath catches when he curls up on a couch with Sauli's head in his lap. They don't have to talk. They watch TV, read, listen to music.

Being the first to wake up stops Adam's heart in his chest. He lies on his side and watches Sauli's chest rise and fall. A shaft of sunlight sparkles on Sauli's hair, and Adam has to reach out and touch. Remind himself that this is real.
 
 
Current Mood: contemplative
 
 
10 February 2012 @ 09:40 pm
Prompt #020: Infatuation  
Title: Lifeline
Pairing/Characters: Tommy/Jase (OMC), Adam/Sauli
Rating (Word Count): R (4x100)
Warning(s): None
Author's notes: This is set a year after It's That Pivotal Moment but all you need to know is Adam and Sauli are together and Tommy is dating an Army Doctor. It could be considered a continuation of the last five weeks' prompts but..not really LOL. Thanks to [personal profile] leela_cat for the beta <333

He clutched it as if his life depended on it. )
 
 
Current Location: Home - Germany
Current Music: Up Close with Adam Lambert
Current Mood: accomplished
 
 
05 February 2012 @ 02:00 pm
Prompt #020: Infatuation  
Prompt #020: Infatuation


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