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Whodunit? 9/9 
12th-Mar-2010 02:00 pm
Whodunit? 9/9

By Marea67
About: Kevin, Scotty, the Walkers – in one way or another…
Rate: We’ll see per chapter, this one - G
Disclaimer: Brothers & Sisters doesn’t belong to me. Written with love, not for money.
Summary: This is an AU, based on B&S, anything can be different, nothing is as it may seem, and yet, …. (evil chuckle)




Nora doesn’t believe that there’s anything sadder about autumn, than trees shedding their leaves. From the balcony of her bedroom she watches how the garden dies. The flowers fade. The leaves turn yellow, orange, brown, in every color-combination you can think of.

The garden. She turns away from it. It is the place she’ll miss the most. She picks up the present from the table and leaves her bedroom. She passes empty rooms, occasionally there’s still a piece of furniture, covered in white sheets. The remaining ghosts in this unhappy house.

All Kitty’s belongings are gone. She now lives officially with Robert McCallister and his ranch has space enough for the last of Kitty’s possessions that had lingered here. Tommy’s last remaining items in this house have been picked up by him. There was already nothing left of Sarah in this house. Justin moved away. Kevin’s rooms is empty.

Going down the wide staircase she has to recognize how cold it all looks without all the pictures, but at the same time, it was never a warm home to begin with. This house had been William’s choice, not hers. Big and pretty on the outside, just like William. Cold and indifferent on the inside, just like Nora.

In the large hall, the moving-boxes are stacked. The removers would be here in 20 minutes. They would collect the key from her neighbor. She had discussed everything with the removal company, because she didn’t want to be here to see the last remnants of her life, here in this house, being carried out.

She once had so many dreams, but since William’s death –murder- so much had changed. She had begun to understand how she had lied to herself all these years. For years, this house had been her suit of armor against the loveless marriage she was in. As long as she kept it polished up and shining brightly, she looked good too.

Now this suit of armor is an empty shell. She has nothing to fight for anymore. Or should she say, no one to fight against. She sits down on the bottom step of the stairs and looks around her. It had been the hardest realization for her, that this house, the house she had wanted to fill with laughter and love had turned into a lifeless pile of brick.

This house that should hold fun memories just didn't. The bedroom was a place where she had spent many lonely nights, sighing away, knowing her husband was with another woman. The living-room the scene of the heated fight and anger when Sarah told William that she was pregnant and would marry Joe.. against William's wishes.

The stair-case, the number of steps that Kitty rushed down, yelling that she would go away and never come back because she hated them both and she had left, slamming the large front-door behind her. The pool, the place where she had found Justin, barely breathing after he nearly took an overdose.

The study, the place where Kevin, trembling like a leaf had confessed to William that he was gay and where William had decimated him and made him leave th room in tears. The last time Kevin cried a tear in this house. Kevin forever hated that room.

And then there was the kitchen where Tommy, blushing harder than Julia, had introduced the woman he loved to her and William. William had merely stared at Julia as if she was some two-headed alien and had ignored Julia all night while talking to Tommy about his ex-girlfriend who had ‘looked so pretty’.

Nora wipes away her tears. She’s been crying a lot lately. She had told her children that she planned to sell the house. No one cared. They had merely taken what was theirs and each child that took his or her last remaining belongings out of this house, had seemed to erase the last bit of themselves that was here.

Thinking of her children and erasing the past, she’s brought back to that night when they had found out Scotty killed William. She still can’t believe that it was only a little while ago that she had to make the most difficult decision she ever had to make: whether or not to call Detective Parks and tell him about Scotty killing William.

She had known it had to be done. Regardless of what had happened, his murder should not go unpunished. However, that had not made her end-decision any easier decision to make. Especially with the turmoil created that night and Kevin, ever the lawyer, pleading a very good case for Scotty.

For a moment, she feels tired and empty, but then picks herself up and after brushing off her dress, she takes her coat. Just in case she might need it later tonight. She has said her goodbye to her garden, the pool, the rooms upstairs, the kitchen, the pantry, the living-room and the study.

And now, it’s time to walk out of this house for the last time, lock the door behind her and leave the key with the neighbor… Tonight, she will sleep in her new house. A small, cute little house, with a garden just big enough for her to handle on her own. She managed to find it in the triangle between the houses of Sarah, Kevin and Tommy.

It’s not far away from where Justin works and lives nowadays and easy to find for Kitty as well. Nora hopes that by turning her own little house into a comfortable place, with no sad and painful memories, her children will come to see her again and maybe, one day, they will laugh and love there. But not here. Not ever again…

She turns her back on the front door after locking up. Don’t look back. Don’t look back. She keeps telling herself to just walk on. She opens the garage door and gets in her car. The garage is equally empty. She sold William’s car for a good price and all of Justin’s surfing-gear and Tommy’s bikes have left to their respective houses.

Checking her rear-view mirror, she sees the remaining boxes she will bring herself to her new house. Photo-albums and cook-books… Everything else she owns, she either already brought to her new house or will be taken there this afternoon… And tonight…. Tonight, she'll start with a second life in another house, with new dreams and goals.

She drives away without looking at the house or garden again and her car takes her to the place of the party. She parks her car and slowly walks up to the house. There’s a colorful banner screaming ‘Congratulations’ above the door leading to the garden and Nora recognizes the work of Paige and Cooper from a few meters away.

But nearing the garden she stops, not sure if she’s able to go on. She sees Julia, sitting on her chair, her belly big and round, she’s prettier than ever and although she can give birth any day soon, she’s beaming with pride and looking strong and healthy with Tommy right by her side, waiting on her.

Nora’s eyes catches the tender way Julia caresses her belly and tears well up in Nora’s eyes, the gesture is so loving and it reminds her of herself when she was expecting Tommy. The child she had softly sang to in the garden while she caressed her belly, is now a few days, maybe hours away from becoming a father himself…

And to think he nearly lost it all. He nearly lost the two most important persons in his life… she know that this was also the reason why Tommy didn’t want to talk about what Scotty had done. If he would have talked, he would have made Kevin lose the most important person in his life and Tommy didn’t want to inflict that much pain on Kevin.….

Nora has accepted that reason. She has even forgiven Julia for what she had said about her that night. In a way, Julia had been right. She hadn’t been the best mother for her kids… And she’s sure that Julia will make her own mistakes, but not the one she made. So perhaps she should consider that a positive point.

There are car-doors closing and when Nora looks around she sees Robert walk up to the entrance of the garden. His hand is on Kitty’s back and she smiles up at him, in love, her engagement ring sparkles in the autumn sun and Nora doesn’t believe that she’s ever seen her daughter look so happy.

She knows that it hasn’t been easy for Robert and Kitty. They had a lot to talk about, a lot of anger to work through between them, but she also knows that Robert has dealt with Jason’s suicide, turning his brother’s death into something more positive, by having a friend of Kitty’s work on Jason’s diary.

His heartbreaking story became the basic ingredient of a book that talked about religion and homosexuality and Robert’s honesty about what had happened to Jason had sparked a lively debate. And it had also been the start of the Jason McCallister Foundation, a foundation that helped people with addictions to get back on their feet.

Justin and Jordan were the founders who, with Robert’s help, trying to continue what Jason had started. All Jason had ever wanted was to be good to other people. To give attention to those who needed it, offering advice, help former addicts to get jobs and stay clean, while at the same time built a network that worked as a safety-net, for those who might fall again.

And this is what Justin and Jordan tried to continue. They both worked very hard and worked long hours to offer help as much as they could. Yet, as Nora sees Justin and Jordan sit side by side, going over some papers, while a huge basket for donations stands in front of them, Justin looks better than ever.

He’s confident in his ways, he laughs with Jordan and people who donate money and above all, he’s sober and off the drugs. Nora’s grip on the gift tightens, she doesn’t want to cry, but she’s so happy that he’s still doing great. Every day that he stays clean is a day she’s grateful for.

“Grandma!!!” Cooper runs over to her and hugs her and she holds her grandson close, seeing how Sarah walks up to Tommy and asks his attention. Nora lets go of Cooper and he runs of, while Sarah gives her mother and her son a quick glance. There’s another success-story, due to William’s death.

Under Sarah and Tommy’s management Ojai Foods got modernized and Sarah has made advertising more important, because they need more clients. They pruned the company of a few people that William held on to for other reasons than Ojai Foods, which made the general mood on the work-floor  a lot better, because the people they got rid of where notorious trouble-makers.

Nora herself has become interested in the company again and she’s happy with the slow but steady growth of the profits. Tommy and Sarah work good together and Sarah is ready to take work out of Tommy’s hands, once the baby is born, so Tommy can spend more time with Julia and his child.

Due to the shift in work-load, Sarah is more at home as well, she sees her children more often and her relationship with Joe and her children has improved from ‘good’ to ‘excellent!!!!’. It helps that Joe made a very successful jingle and now gets a lot of orders for more jingles… He finally brings home his own money and he’s not complaining about it.

“Want a drink?” A voice beside her asks and she sees Bertha Wandell, Scotty’s mother, and Nora smiles.
“No, thank you... How… How’s Kevin?” She asks.
“Fine.” Bertha replies with a nervous smile. “Just fine.”

Nora nods. Her relationship to Bertha is strained. Not through Bertha’s fault, but more Nora’s. She can’t handle the jealousy and rejection she feels whenever Kevin laughs with Bertha or the way he calls her ‘mother’. Kevin is so free around Wally and Bertha, something he obviously still feel he can’t be around Nora… and it breaks Nora’s heart.

“Places everyone!” someone calls out and the guests sit down. Silence falls. It’s nearly noon, the birds still sing, but not as loud as a few months ago, the leaves on the ground rustle in the wind, the sun is comfortably warm and the tension is rising. The music starts.

Kevin walks forward and Scotty joins him. Nora’s hand goes to her lips. She has never seen her son more in love, more alive than right now, in their garden, as his hand joins that of the man he loves. The question is asked, if anyone can think of a reason why these two should not be joined together.

And Nora’s mind screams “tell them, tell them that Scotty killed your husband”, but her eyes see only the love that Kevin has for Scotty and her heart is so full of amazement by the beauty of it all, that she’s too choked up to utter a word. She can only cry. And there’s a hand on her back. It's Sarah’s.

And then Kitty’s hand takes hers. Nora’s eyes search Justin’s and he nods at her with a smile. She looks behind her to meet Tommy’s confident face. She breathes out. Her tears dry up when Kevin slips his rings on Scotty’s finger, but come back when Scotty puts the ring on Kevin’s finger.

There was a time, one day, many years ago, when a young Nora had stood opposite a young William, both starry-eyed with love and hope, dreams of a bright, shining future. They had been so in love, there had been so much devotion… then it all faded, both too caught up in their own lives to notice that they were losing each other.

She had loved William much longer than he had loved her, she had held on to a hope that he would turn back to the person he once was. It never happened. He only moved further away from her. Her desire to speak up for William lies with the William who once loved her, her reason to keep her mouth shut, lies with the William she had come to resent.

“… You may kiss…” And everyone claps their hands when Scotty takes Kevin into his arms to kiss him. Even from a little distance Nora sees how much Kevin needs to be loved. Something all her children seem to have. Tommy from Julia, Kitty from Robert and Sarah from Joe. The need to be loved, as if they are afraid that they don't really deserve it.

Everyone walks up to the new couple to congratulate them. Nora sees Parks shake Kevin’s hand and there’s a hug for Scotty. And she wonders, if he would still be so happy, if he knew that his promotion was only thanks to Robert wanting him off William’s case, so that it would remain with Scotty only… where it of course would never get solved…


Standing a little bit away from the partying people, Nora feels lost. She had walked around, greeted a few people, soaked up some compliments about her beautiful children, but in all, she still feels caught between the desire to party and the need to mourn her loss.

Perhaps moving on the same day as her son had his commitment ceremony had not been such a good idea after all. But she had liked the symbolism. Both of them turning over a new page, starting with a clean slate. … But apparently it doesn’t work like that after all.

She’s so lost in her thoughts that she doesn’t notice Scotty, until he takes her by her arm.
“Hi, Nora.”
“Scotty…” Nora acknowledges, still feeling weirdly tense around him. “You and Kevin couldn’t have picked a better day, I think.”

“With a husband a wonderful and beautiful as Kevin, this would even have been a perfect day, if it had rained cats and dogs. But, you’re right, the weather does help…”
“It still feels ….” She searches for a word but can’t think of one.
“Yeah.. I know… very double.” Scotty than says. Nora looks up at him.

Scotty’s large hand cups her chin.
“I still live with it every day. I know what I did. Seeing William die didn’t give me ‘satisfaction’. There was no pleasure in knowing that I killed him. I don’t gloat about it. I’m not happy with it. And I certainly haven’t forgotten….

That night… I was scared to death… I didn’t want to do it… I thought about running out of those offices so many times on the way up to William’s office… But every time I wanted to turn around, I thought of this day… the day that could finally make Kevin mine…. The day I would put my ring on his finger…

I know I’m being selfish, but I love him… I want him to be happy.. And I swear, that I’m going to spend every day trying to be the best husband I can be… I’m grateful that you didn’t call Parks, I can’t begin to imagine how hard it must have been for you to have to chose between your children and justice for your husband…”

Nora covers Scotty’s lips.
“Hush… Not another word… I know you love Kevin. I don’t doubt that. But everyone remembers the lousy man William was these last 30 years. I, however, still remember the William he was when he was 22 and said his “I do” to me.

He promised me that he would buy me everything I ever wanted. And he did. A beautiful house, my own car, dog, cat, white fence. He gave me 5 beautiful children. And yet, he never understood that, the day I married him, I already had everything I ever wanted… All I wanted was that man who stood before me with love in his eyes.

That man my children can’t even remember, because they never knew him. He gave me everything else, but took away the one thing I wanted most of all from him… Himself. I don’t know how much of that is my fault. But I never asked him to cheat. I never asked him to be so possessive of our children.

I sure never asked him to bribe Kevin’s boyfriends, sabotage Sarah’s job-hunt or slam Justin down whenever he tried to pick himself up. He did that all by himself…. He made our children suffer… And I stood by and let it happen… Scotty, you acted out of a desire to protect Kevin, which is what I should have done.

And I don’t regret that he’s dead. I don’t miss him… I miss the man he used to be. But that man was killed by William himself and not by you.” She starts to cry again and she feels Scotty’s arms around her, protective, gentle and caring. Scotty kisses her hair and she lets him, feeling peaceful now that she’s finally been able to put into words what was on her mind.

With the tip of his sleeve he wipes away her tears.
“Come on, take a deep breath, let’s get back to the party.” Scotty suggests with a smile. She takes his hand and lets him guide her back to her family. Another round of champagne is being poured and Nora lifts her glass as well to the well-wishes at the address of Kevin and Scotty.

She still doubts sometimes whether she made the right choice in letting Scotty go. Murder should NOT go unpunished, but knowing that Scotty isn’t taking any of this lightly helps her deal with the little nagging feeling of guilt she occasionally feels. She’s sure that one day that little voice inside will be silenced, until that day she’ll pretend it isn't there.


12th-Mar-2010 04:23 pm (UTC)
Finally Nora came to her sense (I so wanted to slap her into some sense in the previous chapter ;)).

What I'm going to say is not very moral but... I'm so glad this murder goes unpunished ;D

That was a great and so exciting story! Very well done, Marea! You are an excellent writer :)
12th-Mar-2010 04:37 pm (UTC)
Phew! I'm glad you liked it. I was a bit nervous about it all, but I'm glad I did it. This was fun... ;)
12th-Mar-2010 06:46 pm (UTC)
That was fun to read as well (it reminds me these TV-series I watched based on Agatha Christie's books!). I hope you'll write another mystery story... :)

Again, thank you for such a wonderful story! Bravo! :)
13th-Mar-2010 12:16 am (UTC)
I just love Agatha Christie! Her books are such fun to read, they are so clever and I've notice how hard it is to come up with some good plans for something like this...
12th-Mar-2010 04:39 pm (UTC)
I didn't even realize this was the last chpt. Lolgasms.
Nicely done I enjoyed it all until next time.
12th-Mar-2010 06:10 pm (UTC)
Glad you liked it. :)
12th-Mar-2010 07:44 pm (UTC)
This whole story was AWESOME, BRILLIANT and TOTALLY blew me away. I still haven’t recovered that you turned Scotty into a criminal :( ; but I’m glad everything turned out for the best for everyone.

Can't wait to read your next story. :)

13th-Mar-2010 12:09 am (UTC)
Thanks for your reaction. I'm glad to know you liked it. :)
And as to Scotty - well he did it for love and not some financial gain. And he didn't pretend like it didn't matter, but still feeling guilty, so.. he's not completely free. :)
12th-Mar-2010 08:38 pm (UTC)
Just... BRILLIANT! Absolutly brilliant!!
13th-Mar-2010 12:09 am (UTC)
Thanks! Glad you liked it. :)
13th-Mar-2010 05:20 am (UTC)
Such a great ending to a wonderful story! I love the risks you took with this one and such superb writing as always, you really had me totally invested in this story!
14th-Mar-2010 01:13 pm (UTC)
Thank you. Must have been, aside from 'Turn a ....' the most stressful one I ever wrote. I'm so happy it was well-received.
14th-Mar-2010 08:27 am (UTC)
This is DEFINITELY QUITE A CHANGE from the usual. LOL! Almost all characters were very OOC...except maybe Tommy. LOL!

It's wonderful to read, the storyline is suspenseful, and it's always GREAT to read something about William being dead. LOL!
14th-Mar-2010 01:14 pm (UTC)
Hi! Long time, no read. Yeah, very unusual, but as stressful as it was, it was also very rewarding.

But now I sincerely want to write some nice William,... just.. I can't think of anything. ;)
16th-Mar-2010 03:00 pm (UTC)
I'll say something not nice, apologize first.

Personally I only accept two kinds of murderer:
1、Revenge. Some bad guys should be punished by law but somehow there's some abnormal situation like no evidence, bribe, etc;
2、Psychologically or mentally immature Murderer; like kids, mental patients,etc;

and I thought there isn't a single humann being can replace justice and basically no one can tell if the other one shoule be dead or not; Even Hitler deserves a trial; and if any grown-up still affected deeply by their parents, they should blame themselves first...so conclusion: William Walker maybe desevers to die but he don't desevers to be murdered.

Marea you really have wonderful writting skills, so I think you can write some awsome original fics, next time when there's a murderer in your fics, please don't named him "Scotty Wandell". I can help but ask "what's that guy to do with Scotty?" all the time. Scotty Wandell is just a ordinary people, he has his own little happiness and troubles, he may not have some extraordinary accomplishment, but he don't have to murderer someone and live with the negative feelings in his entire life. If you don't like him, please just ignore him, leave hime alone, please, I'm begging you.

I always thought AU means another background, character can be changed if it's necessary, but a murderer? seriously. Hey, but maybe I was wrong.
16th-Mar-2010 11:18 pm (UTC)
No harm done. You're entitled to your own opinion. :)


... and if any grown-up still affected deeply by their parents, they should blame themselves first...

That is where I disagree. The impact that parents have on their children, even grown up children, can be enormous. In an ideal world, they are our first teachers, they should be the ones we rely on, the ones to protect us from harm, the ones to guide us through life until we can take responsability of our selves.

Unfortunately, becoming a parent is usually easier than being a parent and sometimes our parents are our worst enemies. Not just in physical abuse, but also emotional abuse. And that abuse can range from destroying a child's sense of self-worth to smothering a child to death, over-protecting a child or just not allowing it to grow up.

Sometimes it's just hard to step away from years of abuse and indoctrine, especially if you cannnot recognize it as such or even realize that the relationship is unhealthy or not normal. And also because we've been told from a young age on to love our parents regardless, turning some parent-child relationships into some pretty sick relationships where the child feels the need to love/protect the parent, even if that parent is killing him/her.

The way your parents treat you when growing up, can affect your life until your dying day and even after they are long dead.


I'll take your words even further. I don't accept murder at all. Revenge doesn't solve anything and only brings forth more bloodshed. "Psychologically or mentally immature Murderer" are people who cannot take responsibility (or limited responsibility) for their crime. This however doesn't make it a 'lesser' crime. It is still murder.

That said, murder happens around us, whether we like it or not. And honestly, as much as I believe that murder is wrong, regardless of the reason, if anyone would dare to hurt my kid, he/she will end up 6 feet under the ground and I'll dig the hole myself. Would my action be 'right'? No! But, hell, I'll do it anyway.

If you don't like him, please just ignore him, leave hime alone, please, I'm begging you.

I love Scotty very much. He's, after Kevin, my favorite character on the show and I have nothing but the highest respect for Luke Macfarlane, who's an outstanding actor. I think that he would be able to play Scotty as emotionally torn between two evils and trying to protect the man he loves and still make us feel sympathy for him.

I chose Scotty on purpose, because anyone can become a murderer if the right buttons are pushed.... Even Scotty.

17th-Mar-2010 04:00 pm (UTC)
Apologize first, again.

I agree, some people just should not be parents, they treat their kids badly, they should go to hell; for the children, the affect is eternal, getting rid of that kind of parents is way more difficult than getting rid of any other people in the world;——that's why I said William Walker maybe deserves to die;
But I also believe a theory "people can't hurt you if you won't let them" makes sense partly; if children (grown-ups, except the psychologically and mentally immature ones) let their parents hurt them that much, they really should ask themsleves, why can't they do something to change that horrible situation; and when they can't endure their parents anymore, they should take their responsibility——that's why I said, they should blame themsleves first; and William Walker don't deserves to be murderered; William have done some bad things, but the others are not just victims;

Anyway, that's the differents between us which I can take it, if the fic is original, I might enjoy it; What really bothers me is the name of the murderer;

I read most of your B&S fics, I once thoght you like Scotty, but now I believe that you don't like him, you just like using him to set of how wonderful, cute, irresistable Kevin is; he's a useful tool, isn't he;

Making a character you love suffers is ok, makeing him become a murderer? How can you say you love him? Please stop the illusion, you don't like him, don't even mention love;

Hey, maybe we have different definition of love;
17th-Mar-2010 07:08 pm (UTC)
I'm sorry you feel that way, but it's your opinion and you're entitled to have it. I have a different one, to which I'm entitled.

I think it best to leave it at "agree that we disagree". :)
23rd-Mar-2010 03:16 am (UTC)
Im so glad Nora came around. She said it best when she said that William killed the William that she remembered. I would never have guessed Kevin and Scotty [as the killer(s)]. I have no reason for why not, its just a fact. It takes a lot of talent to take someone that you love/enjoy and turn them into the bad guy. Doesn't make you love them any less. It just shows how great you are with your writing. Im sorry I read through some of the comments and that just rubbed me wrong.

And back on task here..I LOVED this story.
23rd-Mar-2010 03:35 am (UTC)
I just wanted to add that I apologize if my comment overstepped any boundaries.
23rd-Mar-2010 06:40 am (UTC)
Thank you for your lovely reactions. I loved to see you go through the chapters. It's nice to see/read what goes through people's minds...

I don't think you overstepped any boundaries, you respectfully stated your opinion.

And I don't mind the comments from the anonymous poster either. That person has just as much the right to disagree with where I took my story.

However, I will continue to be disillusional, love my boys and put them through hell to send them to 7th heaven, because Matthew Rhys and Luke Macfarlane simply are actors that can show those all those different sides and can act out anything in between those two extremes. :D

I know, I'm crazy. ;D
13th-May-2010 05:18 pm (UTC) - hi
You don't know me at all, but I feel like I have known you for quite a while, like almost one year! Since I found your journal I proudly say I've been an avid fan of your beautiful stories. But I've never thought I can leave a comment here since I'm too shy and scared because of this language that I can hardly understand.:)

However, some comments above made me decide to sign up LJ and tell you how much I enjoy your writings and how much I appreciate your love to Scotty/Luke. Seriously, if you do like Jason or Chad more than Scotty and I have to read hundreds of fanfics about them, ugh... I can't even imagine that(not that I'm complaining about 'Time to say goodbye' stuff :P). So lucky for me, a big Scotty/Kevin fan.

I love every piece of your fanfics and thank you for your devotion and hard work for my favorite TV characters ever. Well, sorry for my rambling, but I need to get this out of my chest.

One more thing, I really miss you on B&S forum. I'm a big time lurker there, too. Hope to see your witty and insightful comments there soon.
15th-May-2010 12:08 pm (UTC) - Re: hi

I'm glad you decided to post after all. Don't be shy. ;)

Yes, Kevin/Scotty are my main reason for writing, but I do like Chad and Jason, but not in a love-relationship with Kevin.

I fell in love with Scotty during "Date Night" (though I him liked before) and I always felt that HE was the one for Kevin.
Still, I don't mind Chad/Jason having fun (with each other, or not.) ;)

Yeah, I was MIA for a while due to a problem with my computer, but I'm Back!!! :D
17th-Jun-2012 08:47 am (UTC)
Oh my god... I knew that Scotty had done it! I just knew right from when William demanded to know "What are you doing here." The whole time I was reading, before it was revealed that K/S were together, I suspected that they were already an item, and that it was Scotty who perpetrated the deed. This story was a whirl wind and I absolutely loved it. I also wanted to say that I have read some of your other stories and I love your writing style. It is very enthralling and addictive.
18th-Jun-2012 06:44 am (UTC)
Glad you liked it! It was so much fun to write a different Scotty for a change. It is the fun of AU. Thanks for leaving a comment! :)
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