• Award Winners
  • Characters
  • Genre
  • Length
  • School Era
  • Ships
  • Website News
  • Want to Rec ME something? E-Mail Me!

    November 27th, 2007

    Kiss and Tell

    Kiss and Tell by Lady Bracknell

    Summary: For all his supposed genius, Sirius Black had always had rather a blind spot for the patently obvious. 6,658 Words.

    Why You Should Care: Mostly ’cause I haven’t rec’d Lady Bracknell in a while, though anyone who’s clever can see just about anything she writes is fantastic and won’t have waited for me to suggest it to devour everything she’s got. Once again, she brings us a great little story that both fits into her broader universe, but stands alone so well it’s practically a oneshot. She’s always on form with her favorite characters, and she’s better than most at the comic set up. Go, with my blessings.

    Why You Might Not Care: Lady Bracknell has rated this R for Adult Themes, but there’s nothing here you haven’t seen on daytime TV. It’s perfectly work safe, so far as I’m concerned.

    posted by afterthree

    2 Responses to “Kiss and Tell”

    1. AML Says:
      November 27th, 2007 at 10:20 am

      Oh I think this fic is fabulous! The end is so unexpected but typical for Sirius.

      By the way, and I am sure this is no news to most readers, but Lady Bracknell’s and Britanimus’ LJ community Red and The Wolf is running a Sirius fic drive and there are wonderful stories emgerging at their site.

      I hope my minor recommendation for the LJ site is OK to make on your wonderful rec site. I do so with the greatest admiration for the hard work conducted by the recc’ers on Coffee and Chocolate. I marvel at the daily practice you undertake!

    3. afterthree Says:
      November 28th, 2007 at 12:44 am

      It’s cool. As soon as I manage to scrounge some extra time, I’d like to add a few new features to this site, and one of them is fiction community reccing, among other things. I just, y’know, have to find the time to figure out how I want to set it up….

      *grumbles at being given new work duties that make her stay late*