the top few are ones i got most recently

anonymous asked:

Speaking of fanfictions, do you think you could recommend some really good Jily fics?

I just got back from D.C. and can’t be bothered to do this now. She please enjoy a master-post of all of my past fic recommendations. 

I did this one most recently and it’s all one-shots

This one is a general one from a while ago

These are my top 5 favorite fanfictions

Some AU’s if that’s what you’re feeling

If you speak German here are some great German fics a follower recommended for me

Some multi-chapter as well as one-shots

The saddest fic you will ever read

A few must read multi-chapters

Even more multi-chapters

To Make Your Heart Race - 15/?

Rating: M

MC - Also on AO3 , Tumblr Chap:  1 ,  2,  3,  4,  5,  6,  7,  8,  9,  10,  11,  12,  1314

Captain Swan AU

Summary: Killian “Hook” Jones is NASCAR’s bad boy, who is forced to  do some community service to clean up his act. Emma Swan is the  counselor at the local Children’s shelter who is done with men and  relationships after her latest in a long stream of nightmares.

Thanks to @spartanguard for betaing this chapter. You are awesome my dear!


Chap 15


The week after dinner with her family had been crazy. She was working long hours at the shelter, and he was at the shop or out doing car tests all day. Both were so exhausted that when he’d call to tell her he was heading back, she told him just to head home, as she was already heading to bed.

The first two nights he let it go, hearing the exhaustion in her voice. Wednesday night when she did the same, he was starting to worry. Had he made a wrong impression with her brother? He thought it had gone well. Has he done something wrong? He wasn’t sure what to think, but not seeing her at all for three days and only brief phone calls and text messages was driving him crazy.

So he made a decision. It was Thursday evening and this time he wasn’t going to call and ask. He stopped and grabbed Chinese food and then drove over to her place after leaving the shop. He needed to know what was wrong, and he wasn’t leaving without an answer.

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