[identity profile] akamarykate.livejournal.com
Title: A Pretty Good Bad Idea
Author: [livejournal.com profile] akamarykate
Artist: Gryph ([livejournal.com profile] gryphon2k)
Fandom: Early Edition
Characters/Pairings: Gary Hobson/Toni Brigatti
Rating/Category: M/Het
Genre: Romance & Case File; Fake Married Trope
Word Count: 75201
Warnings No archive warnings apply

Summary: "We don't have the budget to pay two detectives on this assignment. Besides, you need someone you can convincingly pass off as a husband. Someone who will make it easier for you to blend in and be involved with the community."

The shoe that had landed on her head lodged in Toni's throat. There was one person who fit that description, and things tended to go ass over teakettle when he got involved with their cases.

Link to fic master post: AO3
Link to art master post: AO3, LJ
[identity profile] gryphon2k.livejournal.com
Title: A Pretty Good Bad Idea
Artist: Gryph ([livejournal.com profile] gryphon2k)
Author: [livejournal.com profile] akamarykate
Fandom: Early Edition (tv)
Characters/Pairings: Gary Hobson/Toni Brigatti
Rating/Category: art – G/Gen, story – R/Het
Warnings story – Show-level violence, sex
Summary: When Toni's job requires her to go undercover in a residential neighborhood to investigate a series of apparently accidental deaths that may be murders, her bosses think she'll be more believable if she has a husband as part of her cover, and they want Hobson for the job. Both Toni and Gary have misgivings; they're worried what the pressures of pretending to be married will do to their own new relationship. As they work to set up their cover, meeting the neighbors and trying with varying degrees of success to fit in with a lifestyle neither one of them is entirely comfortable with, they chafe against the constraints the pretense puts on their relationship and on Gary's ability to help the people who show up in his paper. Through block and dinner parties, book club and cookouts, and an ever-escalating niceness war with the couple next door, they struggle to find their footing—along with the killer. But when the killer notices the cracks in their facade, they'll need both Toni's detective work and Gary's paper to make it out of the neighborhood alive.

Link to art master post: LJ | AO3
Link to fic master post: AO3

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[identity profile] akamarykate.livejournal.com
Title:What Looks Like Crazy
Author:akamarykate
Artist:skylar0grace
Fandom:Early Edition
Characters/Pairings: Gary Hobson/Toni Brigatti, Marissa Clark
Rating/Category: Teen Audiences and Up
Genre: action, romance (het)
Word Count:58674
Warnings: No archive warnings apply; Contains adult language and relationships, violence, and discussions of mental health issues.
Summary: A man who thinks he's a superhero makes repeat appearances in Gary's paper, and Gary's efforts to help him turn into trouble for them both. Toni and Marissa, who are anything but sidekicks, join forces to save the day.

Link to fic master post: AO3
Link to art master post: LJ

Notes: This story takes place post-series, so spoilers for everything abound. It follows another fic of mine, (And Baby Makes Three, and there are a few references to that story here, but you don't have to have read it for this to make sense. All you really need to know is that Gary and Toni are in the early stages of an established relationship, and are trying to figure out how to make it work.

Massive thanks to Jayne L., beta reading superhero, who saves me from my own weird tics and tangled thinking more often than she even realizes. Any errors that remain in the text are all mine.

I am ridiculously excited to have a partner in SFBB; thank you to [livejournal.com profile] skylar0grace for the amazing art!

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