December 12th, 2008

Thewlis Sunglasses -- mine

Fic: A Lost Boy, Chapter 19

Title: A Lost Boy
Author: AngiePen
Pairing: Liam Neeson/Orlando Bloom, minor Liam/Johnny Depp, plus a few other pair-ups among the supporting characters.
Rating: NC-17 overall
Summary: Slave Orlando's been taken and the kidnappers aren't interested in ransom. And of course Master Liam's thundering rage is only at the personal insult, that someone would disrespect him by daring to touch his property.
Disclaimer: I don't own anyone you recognize. I know nothing about their social lives or sexual activities, more's the pity. This is fiction, period. It is done as a labor of love and I make no money from it.
Notes: 1) Set in poisontaster's Kept Boy universe -- FAQ here. See Chapter 1 for more notes.

Previous Chapters: One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, Seven, Eight, Nine, Ten, Eleven, Twelve, Thirteen, Fourteen, Fifteen, Sixteen, Seventeen, Eighteen



Everything David knew was wrong. Kneel up, kneel down, bow, present -- it was all wrong and Mr. Anderson had him drilling for hours every day. His knees were too far apart, his hands were in the wrong place, his posture was wrong -- Mr. Anderson circled him with a long, whippy switch and corrected him over and over and over, sometimes with just a tap and sometimes with a stinging smack.

He hardly ever got really beaten anymore. Mr. Anderson said it was because he was obviously trying, and the taps and smacks were just to help him remember. David didn't know why it was so hard, though. He'd never had that much trouble before.

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Hugh Red -- mine

Hugh Jackman -- Boy from Oz

Sorry for spamming, but I just had to share. :D This is a clip from the 2004 Tony awards where Hugh Jackman did a song and some patter out of Boy from Oz. It's awesome -- he's like the anti-Wolverine in this bit, LOL! But seriously, he's such an incredible actor with really amazing range. I can not imagine Arnie or Stallone or any of the other hard-core action hero types ever doing something like this. Jackman can go toe-to-toe with any of them as a tough action guy, and can sing and dance and play a gay Broadway star.


Now I'm having this mental image of Hugh Jackman and John Barrowman on stage together.... :D :D :D

Angie