|darththalia (darththalia) wrote in tpm_flashback,|
@ 2005-05-04 19:33:00
Original poster: bant
I should have posted a rec several weeks ago, but the ones I want to rec not on the usual archives are disappearing as the websites do.
Title: World Enough and Time
Author's e-mail: email@example.com
Web site: http://www.slasharchive.com/chelle/chel
LJ id: Unknown
Link to story:http://www.masterapprentice.org/a
I first read this story a very long time ago, probably when it was first posted, July 1999. I think it was within the first few months I started reading MA archive. Although it may border on mushy and be flawed, every so often I come back to it when I'm in the mush sort of mood that wants a happy, relaxed Q/O fic. It's the romantic in me. It makes me feel good in a happy, everything is alright in the world way.
Stepping on to the balcony, Obi Wan was captivated by the view. He moved to the rail and looked out. Mountains, covered with green, stood behind a long blue lake. Despite the hour, sunlight still played across the lake. Fluffy clouds, streaked with grey floated in the pale blue sky.
Qui Gon had joined him. "Beautiful isn't it?"
"Yes," Obi Wan replied. But his eyes were no longer on the lake. He was studying his master's profile. Qui Gon had dressed in a white shirt, open slightly at the top, and Obi Wan's eyes traveled appreciatively across the strong shoulders usually concealed by brown robes. Tendrils of desire snaked through him. This time Obi Wan did not shut them down, or even shield them. To do so tonight seemed wrong somehow. He felt Qui Gon's approval. No, tonight was definitely not the time for hiding anything.
"Shall we examine the menu?" Obi Wan looked up at his master and nodded. Had there been something in Qui Gon's face, his eyes? Obi Wan shook his head, trying to clear it.
Meal selections were completed just as Kurvan returned. He set a small glass full of a dark caramel colored beverage in front of each of them. "I assume he is old enough?"
Qui Gon nodded, his voice oddly sensuous, "He is indeed."