Title: Celestial Harmonies Author: Ariane DeVere Word count: 2603 Rating: PG Warnings, kinks and contents: Ineffable Husbands, Friendship, Love, Kindness, OFC, character death (not major character), It’s sad but hopefully beautiful too
Summary: Can flights of angels sing you to your sleep? Can angels sing at all? When the life of an elderly human friend of our ineffable husbands is near its end, can Aziraphale remember his heritage and help ease her last moments?
Note: Partially inspired by Michael Sheen’s heart-wrenching reply to a Tweet in the middle of June 2019.
Do note the tags. There is a minor character death in this story, but it isn’t a traumatic one.
Yes indeed, you may well look shocked! This is not a Sherlock fic; I repeat, this is not a Sherlock fic! I’m not sure whether I’m chuffed to bits or terrified about venturing into a new fandom for the first time. So, brace yourselves, everybody, and here we go:
Title: The Touch of his Hand Author: Ariane DeVere Word count: 7285 Rating: PG Warnings, kinks and contents: Ineffable Husbands, The Elephant in the Room, Idiots in Love, Declarations of Love, Heartbreak, Anguish, Angst, Danger, Endangerment, Anything for Love, BAMF Aziraphale, Eventual Happy Ending
Summary: After far too long, our ineffable idiots finally pluck up the courage to admit their feelings for each other. It’s all quite lovely and the future looks like it’s going to be rosy. But fate is never that kind, and soon it all goes to Hell and back. Pretty much literally.
Title: Saint Bartholomew, Chapter 2 Word count: 2669 Rating: PG
[Inspired by readers’ comments on AO3 on the original standalone 221B ficlet, this longer ‘missing scene’ takes place between the second and third segments of that story, i.e. after the Fall and before Sherlock’s return.
Title: Saint Bartholomew Author: Ariane DeVere Word count: 221 (+ 221B Author’s Note) Rating: G (though the AN goes a bit potentially PG) Warnings, kinks and contents: So much fluff (literally) that it’ll make your teeth rot.
Summary: Sherlock rarely reveals much about his youth. When John finds out something about his childhood and makes a nice gesture, why should Sherlock care? After all, sentiment? Sentiment is a chemical defect found in the losing side.