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Title: Go Baby Go
Authors: [livejournal.com profile] anna_bm and [livejournal.com profile] usomitai
Pairing: House/Wilson
Rating: PG-13
Length: 25 700 words
Spoilers: Takes place mid-season 3.
Summary: House finds out about the woman in Wilson's life.
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Perfume lingering on Wilson's clothes. Traces of lipstick on his wrist. Women's clothing hidden in his closet, and an unfamiliar female name on his cell phone call log. House knows all these symptoms add up to one diagnosis--Wilson has a new girlfriend. Or does he? Wilson's occasional foray into crossdressing first turns into a point of confrontation with House. Then it turns into a bet. And then it turns into something more...

An innovative premise, sharp snappy narrative and a flair for the romantic combine in this story of love, friendship, and the power of flirtation across a crowded room. Wilson and House both have some definite issues, and some clear motivations behind the surface-level hijinx and banter. This exploration into jealousy, unrealized emotion, and Wilson's feminine side is a good read for anyone who thinks that gender is clearly no boundary to House and Wilson's true feelings for each other.

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First Artist: [livejournal.com profile] chemina42

House and Wilson as their alter egos.

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Second Artist: [livejournal.com profile] kirili

House. Wilson. Drag. Badly taken photographs. Bits of paint. The vibrancy of cross-dressing separated into line and colour, some twit may say. Inspired by Go Baby Go by Anna and bell.

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Title: One and Two
Author: [livejournal.com profile] usomitai
Pairing: Amber/House/Wilson
Rating: NC-17
Length: 31 700 words
Spoilers: Diverges from canon starting from episode 4.14 Living the Dream.
Summary: Amber decides to make Wilson happy by adding House to their relationship, and realizes that by doing so, she may have subtracted herself.
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When Amber realizes that, despite the fact that Wilson and Amber are in love, Wilson always manages to put House's welfare before Amber's when push comes to shove, she decides to make Wilson happy the only way she knows how. One and Two tells the story of Amber's journey once she makes Wilson realize that he loves House, too--and the fallout that inevitably occurs. [livejournal.com profile] usomitai has a fine grasp on Amber's characterization, making her sympathetic without softening any of her more abrasive traits, giving her a complexity that rings true throughout the story. In the first person, Amber's voice shines through, and she becomes a sympathetic character whose action has consequences she wasn't prepared to deal with. The delicacy of the love triangle, Wilson's reluctance and later enthusiasm, and House's unexpected response, all make One and Two an intriguing and believable story.

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First Artist: [livejournal.com profile] euclase

House, Amber, and Wilson toast to "desperate girlfriends and kinky sex."

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Second Artist: [livejournal.com profile] aquatic_fishy

Equation of LOVE: (Wamber) + House =?= (Houson) - Amber

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Title: A Joy Forever
Author: [livejournal.com profile] usomitai
Pairing: House/Wilson
Rating: NC-17
Length: 20 300
Spoilers: Through "Sleeping Dogs Lie".
Summary: Wilson's dead, but that doesn't mean he's gone.
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A Joy Forever is an intriguing story about love, loss, and the powerful attachment between House and Wilson. [livejournal.com profile] usomitai engages the reader from the very first scene, where House's reaction to Wilson's death is believable and very in character, but it is also unresolved enough to carry the plot forward. The set up and the world-building were both very well handled, so that the speculative element arises from the plot naturally. All the original characters fill their roles admirably, while having enough quirks that they become real people. House's breakdown--when it inevitably arrives--is made all the more effective by the subtle writing and carefully drawn details, as well as its precise pacing and timing within the narrative. A Joy Forever is a deathfic with a twist, one whose ramifications for the world and for the characters definitely linger beyond the final scene.

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First Artist: [livejournal.com profile] brynnamorgan

Yes, I have this thing for blue filters. Also, you know me--if there's smut and it's what I'd want to see, I go for it. Smut is fun. Smut is our friend.

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Second Artist: [livejournal.com profile] shutterbug_12

Realistic, ironic, fun, a bit whimsical, and plunked me straight in the middle of a story.

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