Nick has 2 teenage daughters, about 18 and 17. The oldest, is a very good student, always try’s hard, very polite, enjoys being around everyone. The youngest is the opposite of her sister, not a very good student, smart but doesn’t care enough to try, and always getting into trouble. The one person she is closest to and cares for the most is Warrick, who’s like a second father to her. What happens to her when Warrick is shot? How does she hear the news-from who, how does she react, does she go to the hospital see Warrick one last time say goodbye? How does she cope with this. Can Nick reconnect with his daughter and help her through this time.
Okay so I've read several fics where either someone amongst Warrick or Gil's family/friends doesn't approve of their relationship because they frown on homosexuality. I would love to read a well written, well thought out fic where one or more family member's disapprove on the basis of race. It's a sad and sore subject, but considering that Warrick/Gil are an interracial couple I would like to have this sensitive topic explored honestly. But that's not the real challenge. The true challenge is that neither man can just shrug it off. Whoever the disapproving party is has to be someone that Warrick or Gil is very close to (please don't make it Nick or Brass). They have to have had a profound influence over the man (like Warrick's Grandmother or Gil's mother) so it isn't easy to write them off as unimportant. In the end, Gil or Warrick must decide if they are willing to let go of one loved one for the sake of another. Enjoy!
A twist on the normal slavefic AU: instead of the master and slave falling in love, two slaves fall in love - as do two mistresses.
My challenge is this. Warrick and Gil have been together for however many years you choose (at least 2 yrs) and Gil begins to suspect that Warrick is cheating on him. Late nights, missed/ignored calls, unexplained changes in attitude, vague answers to simple questions (example: Why didn't you answer my call? Where were you?) are his evidence. The truth is that Warrick isn't cheating on Gil. At least not in the way Gil thinks. A certain lady has caught his eye, and it's Lady Luck. Yep, Warrick's gambling again. When Gil finds out, how will he handle it? Will he feel betrayed that Warrick is gambling again, knowing all that it cost the both of them personally and professionally. Will he try to help his lover break his addiction or wash his hands of the whole situation? Will Warrick admit what he's been up to before Gil confronts him with the truth? That's all up to you.
Gil is an oncologist (cancer specialist) and Warrick is his newest patient. Warrick has recently been diagnosed with an incurable form of cancer, and has an indeterminable amount of time to live. He comes to Gil's clinic, having heard that Gil has the best bedside manner when it comes to dealing with cancer patients. He tells the truth without hesitation, yet he has a compassion that shines through his eyes when he delivers the news. Because of this, Gil has a reputation that preceeds him. Anyway, Gil accepts Warrick as a patient. Over the next few months, as Warrick continues to maintain his health through the help of drugs, checkups, and other methods, Warrick and Gil become friends. Their mutual interest in science, music, and Gil's love of roller coasters lead them to spending more time together. It is during this time that Gil begins to recognize the feelings he has for Warrick have transformed from those of friendship into something more. Knowing Warrick's grim prognosis, the amount of time he has left, is Gil willing to risk his heart, if only for a few months? If so, will Warrick return his feelings? The answers are up to you.
Growing up in foster care, Sara's closest emotional support was her slave, Gilbert Grissom. He passed onto her his love of science, and she pursuaded her foster parents to allow him to be trained in forensics. Years later, they live apart, although she is still legally his owner. When he calls and asks her if she'll come to Las Vegas after the death of a rookie, she agrees. (Their relationship can be either as friends/siblings, or lovers; I'll accept any pairing het, slash or femslash, or gen if you prefer.)
Gil and Warrick have been dating seriously for the last six months. Things are going great (i.e. great sex, great conversation, etc). Except for one thing.Whenever they make love, cuddle on the couch, or end a call after talking for hours, Gil always says 'I love you'. Warrick never says it back. In the beginning it didn't bother Gil; he can feel that Warrick loves him and just assumes he has a hard time saying it. But then old insecurities start creeping in and he begins to wonder if Warrick really does love him. The answer is up to you.