to the place where I will be posting
all my favorite
stories. Now mind you, this is
NOT an archive.
I will be changing the selections/and
weekly. Since I have a lot of favs,
see QUITE a selection here.
the road to looooove :)
can I say about this story??
it took me close to 2 days to read because it's so darn long...
me, it's worth the time.
and Scully are asked to assist the NYPD capture a dangerous, psychotic,
elsusive serial killer, ansgt abounds as emotions heighten. Can Mulder
and Scully overcome their wariness of each other and be together... or
will Mulder go too far getting inside the mind of a killer?
had me absolutely mezmerized from start to finish. I think anyone
that's ever read a good mystery/romance novel knows what I'm talking about.
Not only were Mulder and Scully's characterizations right on the money
(if not better than the show in some parts), but the newly introduced characters
were wonderful as well. Not to mention that this is one of the most
highly developed, well played out "serial killer" plots in the fanfic genre.
Definitely worth the reading time.
Seeds Upon a Stone
When a horrifying
piece of evidence threatens to destroy the good Scully name, Dana Scully
becomes obsessed with discovering the truth. Can Mulder help her
before she destroys herself?
love this story for not only its great storytelling and plot development,
but for some of the best Scully characterization you will ever read.
The way this one unfolds is not overtly X Files-ish, but it's an extremely
intriguing mystery that keeps you guessing to the end. I also love the
MSR in here. The slow, gradual climb of the relationship only adds
terrific dimensions to this already wonderful, multi-dimensional story.
looooong story here. Just think of it this way... everyone needs
SOMETHING to read over the summer hiatus, right?
Scully travel to investigate some strange goings on in a small town. Is
Red Mountain haunted? Meanwhile, Scully fights to come to grips with
the idea that her relationship with Mulder has to end. Is this the end
First of all,
the title of this story intrigued me. What a strange name, I thought.
So of course, I had to read it to figure out just what the heck a "Lucky
Lizzy" was. Well, let me say that I am SOO glad that I did. Why?
Well, this is just one of the best ghost stories around, that's all.
Analise uses classic "Skeptic" Scully mixed with "Believer" Mulder with
a twist. Because here, the skeptic/believer roles bleed into the
relationship and it works brillianly. A Spectacular read for anyone
looking for an absolutely wonderful story.
always known that he wanted Scully... he just never thought it was possible
that someone could want her just as badly....for his own purposes... Mulder
was wrong... dead wrong.
I get into what I liked about this story, a word of warning here:
This is a "Scully Kidnapped" story with some violence mixed in. While
it may not be for everyone, it IS a breathtaking piece of work and here's
here is EXCELLENT. This story is a constant guessing game of "whodunnit"
and the end is a terrific twist. Not to mention we have Mulder piecing
together the puzzle in classic "Mulder/style," and the portrayal of his
angst/vs his need to stay focused and catch the bad guy. This story
is a wonderful, haunting mystery, and of course, we're all rooting for
Scully run into a little trouble while seeking refuge in an old house...
under a haunted moon...
Ok, so I couldn't
resist the "haunted house" story. I just HAD to read it when I saw the
title and guess what? This story is incredible. Not just because
of the plot, which I really liked, but because the dialogue and interplay
between Mulder and Scully is so very true to the show. Here we have
some wonderful MSR, haunted goings on, and terrific bantering and writing
that makes this story seem a lot like an episode of the show. Oh,
if only Chris Carter would write like this fanfic...