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  • Tiospaye -- The death of a homeless man confirms the concept of tiospaye for Jim and Blair. Tiospaye is a Sioux term for...well, you'll have to read the story to find out. Spoilers for The Waiting Room. Rated G.
  • No Sacrifice -- Jim, Stephen and Blair are caught in a snowstorm on one of Washington's mountain passes, and Jim is forced to make a choice between his brother by blood and the brother of his heart. Rated G.
  • The Dragon Slayer (a birthday story for Paula) -- Jim Ellison is Blair's Sentinel, Best Friend, and Blessed Protector. But Dragon Slayer? Yes, it appears that Jim serves yet another purpose in Blair's life. Harmless smarm and silliness, a prequel of sorts to Robyn's A Dream Within a Dream. Rated G.
  • Cold Front - (epilogue to Sentinel Too, Part 2) -- Co-authored with Paula. The trip from Sierra Verde to Cascade holds heartache for Jim and Blair as the two men struggle with the events that took place in Mexico. There are no easy answers. Can the friendship survive? Rated G.
  • This "Big Brother" Thing -- (epilogue to The Girl Next Door) - A sleepy Blair and a much-too-cheerful-in-the-morning Jim have a conversation regarding Jim's status as Blair's "big brother." Blatant displays of friendship with a smattering of smarm and humor. Rated G.
  • The Shattering -- Jim and Blair both become victims of a hired assassin, though for different reasons. The turmoil experienced by both men serves to strengthen the bond between them. An angsty, hurt/comfort story wherein the relationship between the guys is paramount to plot ( though there is a plot, too--I promise!) Rated PG for violence.
  • Remember This -- (epilogue to Sentinel Too, Part 1) - Months have passed since Blair's drowning, and he and Jim are closer than ever. But even that new closeness can't prevent the nightmares that still come to Blair. Jim, helpless to stop the dreams, strives to give Blair something positive and comforting to use as a defense against them. Rated G.
  • Chief -- (epilogue to Remembrance) - A minor accident at the loft prompts Jim to reveal the story behind the nickname that he uses for his partner. The importance of the man who first called Jim "Chief" serves to emphasize Blair's importance in Jim's life. A domestic moment, filled with warmth and easy familiarity between the two friends. Rated G.
  • Night Watch -- (epilogue to Sentinel Too, Part 1) - Jim keeps vigil over Blair's bedside that first night after the drowning. No dialogue occurs between the two but none is needed, as Jim finds that actions often speak much louder than words. Rated G.
  • The Heart Of a Friend -- (poem) - Jim's reflection on the blessing of Blair's friendship, a gift given to him in mid-life that will be treasured for the rest of his days. Rated G.
  • Hearts Under Construction -- (epilogue to Night Shift) - Blair is unable to let go of the deep hurt inflicted by Jim at the station the night before. He soon finds out, however, that Jim is dealing with some pretty strong feelings of his own. Rated G.
  • The Guardian -- Jim's internal musings on the tender soul of his guide and partner, and the damage inflicted on that soul by the atrocities witnessed due to Jim's profession. Rated G.
  • Of Priceless Worth -- (epilogue to Mirror Image) - Blair deals with the aftermath of Chapel's break-in at the loft and his own feelings of guilt. His reluctant confession to Jim results in the detective's assurance to Blair of the important part he has in Jim's life. Rated G.
  • Killing Me Softly -- An outbreak of unusual serial killings not only challenges Jim's abilities as a detective, but also resurrects some painful memories from his past. Will he be able to focus on the case and bring the killer to justice? Rated PG for violence.
  • Nancy Drew and the Case of the Missing Anthropologist -- A therapeutic story written to help me deal with the appearance of the oh-so-annoying Cassie Wells. Jim devises a method of keeping the meddling redhead away from his partner. Rated G.
  • A Step Too Far -- (epilogue to Vendetta) - Freeman's early and unexpected release from prison puts Jim and Blair in danger. After Blair becomes the victim of Freeman's rage, Jim finds a rather unusual way to keep the anthropologist occupied during his recovery. Rated G.
  • Family Photos -- Jim receives a gift from Blair that shows the depth of the familial feelings that his partner has toward him. A feel-good story that indicates it is the small things in life that mean the most. Rated G.
  • Something Lost, Something Gained -- Blair receives a phone call that could forever change his life. As he struggles with the ramifications of the call and the ensuing circumstances that it brings about, Jim steps in to provide a haven of strength and comfort for his friend. Rated G.
  • Hero Worship -- (epilogue to Three-Point Shot) - Blair is the recipient of a "thank you" present from his childhood hero, Jag's player Orvelle Wallace. But will our little anthropologist be willing to share his gift with Jim? Rated G.
  • The Emissaries of Ignorance -- Blair is the victim of prejudice in a small town located on Washington's White Pass. Jim's inquiry into Blair's attack reveals that it is not an isolated incident. Special thanks to Paula for her collaborative efforts on Part Two. Without her help, this story would have died a slow and painful death. Rated PG for violence.
  • Regrets -- Jim hears something that causes him to regret having Sentinel abilities. This time it is Blair who must be a source of strength and comfort. Rated G.
  • The Web Ladies -- Short "play". A tongue-in-cheek look "behind the scenes" at Pet Fly Productions. Richard and Garett and certain other dignitaries discuss the smarm level on The Sentinel. Will The Powers That Be succumb to pressure being exerted by certain Internet fans? Rated G.
  • Glad You're Here -- Response to Guide Posts Smarm Challenge. A death within the Major Crimes unit causes Jim to reflect on Blair's importance and the role he plays in the detective's life. Rated G.
  • In Harm's Way -- Blair tries to help a student who is apparently the victim of abuse. With Jim out of town, he must deal with the situation on his own, but not without dire consequences. Rated PG for minor violence.
  • Untitled -- This snippet casts Blair in the role of caregiver to a wounded Jim. Rated G.
  • Laurel -- Jim loses his heart to a raven-haired, green-eyed beauty. But it's not what you think! Rated G.
  • Crossings -- Short story with strong references to His Brother's Keeper. Jim and Blair are plagued by fog while crossing Washington's Snoqualmie Pass. But a crossing of another type is made as well when Blair opens up to Jim about his feelings regarding Jim's relationship with Steven. Rated G.
  • The Price of Friendship -- My least favorite of my own stories. Jim, Blair, and a mutual friend are targeted by a young cadet who is kicked out of the police academy due to psychological instability. (This story introduces Anne McDermott, a character who is referred to briefly in a couple of later stories, but who never again appears in such a major role.) Rated G.
  • Dead Drop -- (Missing Scene) - Jim's reaction to Blair's apparent death in the elevator of the Wilkinson Tower. Rated G.
  • The Accident -- My first attempt at fanfic. Blair is injured in an automobile accident and Jim holds vigil by his bedside. Rated G.

Progressions


  • With Deadly Intent -- An old nemesis of Ellison's returns with a vengeance. As Jim watches the people closest to him become targets of this ruthless killer, he realizes that the killer wants more than just Jim's blood--he wants revenge as well. Can the detective stop him before Blair becomes the latest victim? Rated PG-13.
  • Hidden Truths -- As Jim and Blair struggle to put Quinn's attack behind them, a man from Jim's past enters their lives and forces them into a deadly game. As the partners are drawn into the dangerous adventure, Jim is faced with a promise he once made to his Guide, but has yet to keep. Rated PG-13.
  • Full Circle -- Two days before receiving his long-awaited PhD, events beyond his control force Blair into a desperate act in order to protect his partner. In the aftermath of the tragedy, both men come to fully realize the depth of their fierce devotion to one another. Rated PG.
  • Echoes From Borneo -- Dr. Eli Stoddard returns from Borneo and is immediately plunged into a controversy regarding a former student--a controversy that soon turns deadly. When Jim and Blair become involved, they are faced with a scenario of corruption and attempted murder that could topple the career of one of Rainier's more pretigious staff members. Rated PG-13.
  • Wrong Place, Wrong Time -- Blair is asked to serve as keynote speaker at an anthropology conference at Washington State University. However, a routine stop en route placed Jim and Blair in the middle of a botched bank robbery. Rated PG.
  • Day of Reckoning -- Angered after learning her son killed a man, Naomi Sandburg shows up at the loft, determined to separate Blair from Jim and his "bad influence." But her surprise visit is interrupted by the return of an old adversary of Jim and Blair's. Rated PG13.
  • Blessed Protector -- In the aftermath of Marcus Grant's attack on Blair, Jim is plagued with nightmares regarding another case from his past. Will he talk to Blair before the dreams consume him? Rated G.
  • Fathers and Sons
  • To Have and To Hold -- When an employee at the Records Department of the Cascade PD becomes the target of a stalker, Jim and Blair are assigned to protect her. But Jim's protective feelings toward the woman soon turn to feelings of attraction.
  • Pilgrimage, Part One: Descent Into Darkness -- For the first time since his death at the fountain, Blair comes face to face with his spiritual role within the sentinel/shaman legacy. But what he encounters could destroy him and his relationship with Jim.
  • Pilgrimage, Part Two: Ascent Into Light -- Following Sandburg's traumatic experience on the mountain pass, Jim arranges to take him out of town for some much-needed downtime. But an unexpected detour enroute puts Blair in a position where the young man can no longer ignore his fears regarding his animal spirit and the "way of the shaman."
  • 'Til Death Do Us Part -- It's time for Hannah Merrick to face trial for attempting to kill our favorite police consultant, and Simon, Jim and Blair are looking forward to her going away for a long, long time. But they forgot that this is Cascade we're dealing with.... Could anything in Cascade really be that easy?
  • Out of the Shadows -- Someone is attacking students and staff on the campus of Rainier University, and Jim and Blair eagerly take up the case. But before the mystery is solved it will bcome apparent that the two men have bumped into something much more sinister than a few random attacks. Rated PG for violence.
  • Rest in Peace, Blair Sandburg -- The mystery surrounding recent attacks on Rainier's campus deepens, but this time Jim must tackle the case alone. But in his search to get to the truth regarding the attacks, he comes upon an unexpected ally...and an unexpected foe.
  • Buried Fears -- Marcus Grant has disappeared...again. But his most recent appearance has Blair feeling jumpy and Jim feeling overprotective. As the two men struggle to work through their problems, they are faced with the death of a colleague...a death that serves to compound their fears even more.
  • Sushi, Sasquatch...and Sandburg -- The title says it all!
  • Lying In Wait -- Blair is asked to teach summer classes at the Academy. But when he takes the job he has no idea the trouble that awaits.
  • Guilty Until Proven Innocent -- Jim and Blair are once again in trouble. But when help arrives,could the cure be worse than the disease?
  • Last Call for Marcus Grant -- Grant has "persuaded" Blair to go away with him for a week, insisting that he can prove his friendship if just given the chance. Will Blair survive the week? Will Grant?
  • Legacy -- While helping Jim clean out the attic of the Ellison family home, Blair finds a small book that quickly piques his interest. But the innocent-looking volume turns out to be life-changing -- for both Jim AND Blair.
Last Updated ( Monday, 18 August 2014 )
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