Summary: Warrick thinks about his work relationship with Catherine after her promotion to supervisor
Summary: He doesn’t make her feel young. He just makes her feel as her, and he knows her as she knows him. Not quite a mirror to her, but a glass, offering a faint reflection. [CWR]
Summary: She knows he is giving her time to pull away before the touches become something they cannot ignore in the morning, but she remains, letting her hand find his chest and feeling it rise and fall with every breath. Breathe in, breathe out, breathe in, breathe out... And then he kisses her. (CWR, post-Grave Danger.)
Summary: Cath and Warrick get trapped and things get too hot even for Cath and Warrick.
Summary: Erotically and soulfully, Catherine and Warrick meet each other's charged up needs.
Summary: The wind rises, lifting the dust and drowning the faint sounds of distant Las Vegas. Now sounds the desert's dirge in the silence after blood. [CWR]
Summary: Spoilers for "Built to Kill", Warrick contemplates the need for distance
Summary: This is the survivor's guilt, the price all living must pay eventually. (Catherine POV, hints of CWR. Post-Grave Danger.)
Summary: Catherine's musings on Warricks attributes.
Summary: She wants to hush it all, shut everything up, the wind, the earth, the fire still burning, the time still seeping forward and the life still beating. They’re dead and she’s not. [CWR.]
Summary: After Bodies in Motion, Warrick and Catherine still have much to discuss... behind closed doors
Summary: Shortly after Shooting Stars. Warrick Brown and Catherine Willows end and begin chapters in their lives... Possibly together.
Summary: It wasn’t supposed to end like this, the friendship of Warrick and Catherine. (CWR, post-Grave Danger.)
Summary: Warrick comforts Catherine. Episode spoilers for the fifth season.
Summary: "And them, dancing this slow dance, circling ever closer to something he dared not name." Warrick is taken by Catherine for a drive, chasing the horizon and being warmed by more than one sun...