POI Fic: Far from the Tree

Fandom: Person of Interest

Title: Far From the Tree

Rating: PG-13

Pairings: Intended Finch/Reese, but nothing explicit until the deleted scene

Spoiler Warnings: nothing specific, but canon compliant through Season 2, Episode 18: All In

Summary: This was what pressed down upon Harold the most; Newton’s law in the form of John, 9.81 m/s and gaining force until impact.

 Or, Harold used to like apples. John pushes at meaningless boundaries.

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Employment Benefits (11704 words) by astolat
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Person of Interest (TV)
Rating: Explicit
Warnings: Author Chose Not To Use Archive Warnings
Relationships: Harold Finch/John Reese, Harold Finch/Sam Shaw/John Reese, Harold Finch/Sam Shaw
Characters: Samantha Shaw, Harold Finch, John Reese
Additional Tags: Threesome, Threesome - F/M/M
Series: Part 15 of POI stories
Summary:

It happened the first time, if Shaw was completely honest, because Reese was a dick.

VICTORY! Posted before jossed! \:D/ 

Person of Interest Fic: Raise Your Weapon

Title: Raise Your Weapon
Fandom: Person of Interest
Rating/Warnings: PG — somewhat dark with lots of ponderings about the best way to murder someone — with or without a pen.
Pairings: Finch/Reese implied, but nothing explicit. Sorry.
Spoiler Warnings: Takes place just after Relevancy, in the rainy period before Proteus.

Summary:They are the dead man’s switches to each others’ shaking hands, the last safety catch when the whole world goes boom.

AN: Not betaed yet. None of my friends are into POI at the moment. The only fellow fan I have to talk with is my mom. And yeeeeaaaah … no.
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Technical Support (13651 words) by astolat
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Person of Interest (TV)
Rating: Explicit
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: Harold Finch/John Reese
Characters: Harold Finch, John Reese, Joss Carter
Additional Tags: Alternate Universe, IT Guy, First Time, Office Romance, Meme of Interest
Series: Part 21 of POI stories
Summary:

The IFT Plaza security team wasn’t what John would have called the brightest stars in the firmament. (Written for the tech support AU prompt.)

Wheee :D I had heaps of fun with this one, haha. 

Intimacy (3075 words) by astolat
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Person of Interest (TV)
Rating: Explicit
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: Harold Finch/John Reese
Characters: Harold Finch, John Reese
Additional Tags: Oblivious
Series: Part 24 of POI stories
Summary:

"Well, Harold," John said, shrugging, "I guess we’re going to get to know each other better."

No spoilers here for the season finale! Just a bit of fun. :D

lelied:

PoI prompt: Reese attempts to date! Like. A real person.

Reese knows he can’t have a relationship, not without compromising himself, but he thinks maybe he can have something — a nice dinner out, a little conversation, making out in a dark booth or getting asked up for coffee and casual sex.

He tries, but the only thing he manages to get is the casual sex; any woman who tries to have a conversation hits the wall of his secrets and silence, and the only ones who stay interested are looking for a strings-free one night stand. And he does like the sex, at first, but when he realizes it’s all he can have, it starts to taste like ash.

He breaks off the last date abruptly, in the foyer of her apartment building, and on some homing instinct walks thirty blocks north and four blocks crosstown in five-below windchill, back to the library. He goes upstairs blowing on his hands; Harold is there, making himself a fresh cup of tea. He looks at John and doesn’t ask, just nods and takes down a second mug, and John blindly crosses the room to him, without conscious thought, and finds heat and lingering sweetness in his mouth.

Forgiveness

annchicago:

Reese/Finch, either POV. “Go away & don’t come back.” He said the words but didn’t mean them. He was angry but now he is filled with regret.

OK, so this prompt completely preyed on my brain and has run away with me. About 1200 words under the cut, or read it on the AO3

Forgiveness

Harold understands why Reese is angry. It’s not nearly about the sold laptop so much as it is his own flat refusal to explain, to give John any reason to trust him, to believe in him, as John so very much wants to do.

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