favorite rizzles fics, requested by mc-rizzles.
Are You Lonesome Tonight?, by JoBethMegAmy. my homegirls
Rated T - AU, 1959. Revolves around teenaged Rizzles: Jane fighting her attraction to Maura, and Maura, once she figures it out, trying to get her to go with it. Actions speak louder than words. Because I love a slow burn and the journey of figuring it all out.
Calamity Jane Meets Dr Isles, Medicine Woman, by JoBethMegAmy. my homegirls
Rated T - An AU set in the Old West. Why? Because I want to know how a proper, aspiring female doctor would react to a driven, hard-as-nails woman on the range. They don’t know it yet, but Maura’s fiancee just met his match.
Countdown, by aliveinwndrlnd
Rated M - Jane wants to start off the New Year with a bang.
Do Over, by LitGeek
Rated M - A retelling of the “sleepover” from the pilot episode, plus a reimagining of Jane and Maura’s first meeting.
In A Lonely Place, by JoBethMegAmy. my homegirls
Rated T - 1945 noir AU. “When Maura Isles walked into my office, I knew three things right away: she came from a family wealthy enough to own a private island, she could turn heads faster than a struck match could make fire, and she was almost certainly the woman who had tried slipping a gorgeously manicured hand inside my pants in the back of a taxicab three weeks ago.”
Inescapable, by goldflecks
Rated M - The first time Jane Rizzoli met the new medical examiner it made her physically sick.
Jane, Maura and the Trunk of a Car, by Alucino
Rated T - After a bet with Frost, Jane and Maura climb into the trunk of a car. Things happens.
The Commitment, by AnExhibition
Rated M - “No husbands. No dating. Just you and I.” Jane and Maura agree to commit to each other. Somehow, they’ve fallen in love, they tell everyone. And nobody can ever know they’re settling for each other just to put an end to loneliness. On this, they agree. Behind closed doors, they’ll just be best friends. Together, but just best friends. But what happens when that line begins to blur?
The Diary of Jane, by Argyle.S
Rated M - Three weeks after the incident with Dennis, Maura has to fly to D.C. for the weekend to consult on a case, but she leaves something behind for Jane. Her journal, which contains a series of letters she’s written to Jane over the months since the two settled their argument over Doyle’s shooting. Letters she’s been too afraid to show Jane.
You Smell Nice Today, by dontmissthis
Rated M - Maura’s head jerks up in shock and her eyebrows slowly knit together. “I only said you smelled nice, Jane. I didn’t say I wanted to orally stimulate you.”