Sense Mythos – Chapter 5 – samnic

“So how much more do you actually need to do on the dissertation,” Jim looked curiously over at Blair who was at the table with several notebooks, books and his laptops. He had on his glasses and his hair was loose. Jim wanted to go over there and run his hands through those curls and tilt his head back for a kiss. “Actually, I’m pretty much done. I’m just cleaning it up and making sure…

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Sens Mythos – Chapter 4 -samnic

Blair sat front of the couch and lit some candles on the table in front of him. It had been a hectic week with coming back from the conference and then dealing with Thanksgiving. He and Jim had hosted at their place for the major crimes members that weren’t going to family dinners or were just stopping by. Jim’s brother had also come over for part of the holiday as well. It had been a…

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Sense Mythos – Chapter 3 – samnic

Jim walked into Seatac and headed for the bank of monitors listing all the flights coming in. He knew that Blair had gotten out of DC on time, but he did have a brief layover, so he hoped there hadn’t been any delays. It looked like the plane was on time, so he headed over to the terminal to meet up with his erstwhile partner. It had been a long 4 days without him. He…

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Sense Mythos – Chapter 2 – samnic

Blair sat at the table in the bar and nursed his beer as his friends weaved discussions around him. He hadn’t really contributed, he had too much on his mind. Everyone was discussing what they had been up to and what had happened since the last time they were in the same place. That had been a conference as well. “The is good, not as good as the beer I had in South Korea,” remarked…

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Sense Mythos -Chapter 1 -samnic

“Morning Jim. Did Sandburg get out all right last night,” Simon asked as Jim came into his office. “Yeah, I don’t know how he can handle it by the time his plane got into DC it would have been 4am their time and then he was presenting at 9” Jim shook his head in disbelief. It had been a long time since he had been able to do all-nighters with any kind of ease. “To…

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