fleurlb: (hardison_eliot_parker_smiling_bar_208)
Fandom: Leverage
Title: Striking in the West
Author: [livejournal.com profile] fleurlb 
Rating: PG
Characters: Hardison, Eliot, Parker. 
Word Count: 5,500
 
Spoilers: If you know anything about the show, you're golden.
Warnings: A bit of violence, but nothing too harrowing
Disclaimer: I own nothing here and am just doing this for fun.
 
Summary: When Nate and Sophie are kidnapped, Hardison has to step far outside his comfort zone.
 
Notes: Written for the fic-a-thon over at [livejournal.com profile] 36_stratagems. Thanks to [livejournal.com profile] ultranos_fic for inventing and running the community and also for graciously giving me a short extension. Special thanks to [livejournal.com profile] celtic_flicka for the thorough and speedy beta. All mistakes are my own.
 
 
6. Make a sound in the east, then strike in the west. In any battle the element of surprise can provide an overwhelming advantage. Even when face to face with an enemy, surprise can still be employed by attacking where he least expects it. To do this you must create an expectation in the enemy's mind through the use of a feint.
 
Hardison often thought that their work had no happy middle ground. They were either doing awesome, getting everything they needed and watching all their pieces fall into place. Or they were standing by helplessly while a vanload of thugs drove off with somebody. Which was damn funny when it happened to that fake psychic. It was a lot less funny when it happened to Nate and Sophie. 
 
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fleurlb: (lvg_eliot_mad)
Title: Missing Scene, The Bottle Job
Author: [livejournal.com profile] fleurlb 
Rating: PG
Characters/Pairing: Nate, Eliot 
Word Count: 917
Spoilers: Up to and including The Bottle Job (211)
Warnings: Not really.
Disclaimer: I own nothing here and am just doing this for fun.

Summary: Nate returns to his apartment after the Bottle Job, and Eliot wants to talk.

Notes: Written for a [livejournal.com profile] leverageland challenge: Write a missing scene for an episode of Leverage as suggested by [info]sheryden.  
 
Nate stands in front of his apartment door, trying to pull his keys out of his pocket and open the door one-handed. His other hand grasps the half-full bottle of expensive Scotch that he’d bought for Doyle during the con. Cora had insisted he take it with him, he’d paid for it after all, and he was just too worn down and tired to resist.
 
 
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fleurlb: (lvg_team_awesome)
Disclaimer:  I own nothing here and am just doing this for fun and to ease my new-found Leverage addiction. 
 
A/N: Written for prompt 29 (home sweet home) @ [livejournal.com profile] story_lottery. Sorry that it's so long - it just wouldn't stop growing. I was powerless to stop it. 
 
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Eliot never really cared where he lived, as long as it had clear lines of sight and multiple exits. It was Hardison’s idea for the team to live in the same building. Even though it made good practical sense, Eliot suspected the hacker’s intentions had nothing to do with logic and everything to do with creating his own personal Hall of Justice. 
 
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fleurlb: (lvg_team_awesome)
Disclaimer:  I own nothing here and am just doing this for fun and to ease my new-found Leverage addiction. 
 
A/N: Written for prompt 23 (a creek) @ [livejournal.com profile] story_lottery. Yes, I am a girl on a mission. Four down, two plus the 100-word bonus prompt to go.
 
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It all started innocently enough, during a team movie night, when they were watching Carry On Camping, which Parker had selected based solely on the title. 
 
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fleurlb: (eliot)
Spoilers: Not really. 

 

Disclaimer: I own nothing here and am just doing this for fun and to ease my new-found Leverage addiction. 

 

Note: Recently, I fell in love with [livejournal.com profile] moirariordan's writing style.  She has such a lovely voice, both in terms of dialogue and internal monologue, but also in terms of overall style. She does interesting and subtle things with sentence length that made me want to try experimenting with it. (If you want to see what I'm talking about, read steady as she goes part one just for funsies, and then read part two for the voice. Pay special attention in part two to Eliot's thoughts in the hot tub.)

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Now you, you’re different. You fight like something’s trying to get out of you.
 ---Jed Rucker      
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By the time he was in seventh grade, Eliot had lived in ten places. The shortest time in one place was four and a half months, the longest was twenty-three. Although the names and places, streets and faces changed, most things stayed pretty much the same. 
 
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The Party

Jan. 25th, 2010 08:33 pm
fleurlb: (leverage)
Spoilers: Not really. If you've watched the show at all or know anything about the characters, none of this should be a surprise. 

Disclaimer: I own nothing here and am just doing this for fun and to ease my new-found Leverage addiction. 
 
Note: This is my first Leverage story. The plot is shamelessly ripped off inspired by the story Christian Kane tells before singing this song
 
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Eliot arrived at Parker’s party a fashionable hour after she’d told him to be there, so he was surprised to find himself standing alone with her in a sparsely furnished apartment.
 
 
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