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Synopsis: Thrown together by Cowley and by chance, it’s loathe at first sight for Bodie and Doyle. Used to operating solo, Doyle is not impressed when he’s put to babysitting a saucy ex-mercenary who is not even part of CI5. When what was supposed to be an easy assignment turns into a race for survival, the two men will have to use their respective skills to work together if they hope to make it home alive. An encounter with an angry stoat will be the least of their worries as they struggle to surmount the increasing obstacles in their way. The experience will leave neither man untouched, but it remains to be seen whether they’ll acknowledge the impact it has made.
Tags: Slash, Pros Big Bang 2011, Backstory, Action/Adventure, Adult Content
Synopsis: William Bodie is back in London and looking to get out of the mercenary game, when he becomes involved with a young copper, Ray Doyle. When Bodie's last contact in the merc world is murdered, the two of them are forced to work together to solve the crime.
Synopsis: Raymond Dibble is a timid completely ordinary librarian who is very fond of reading about the adventures of the Badass CI5 agents Bodie and Ray Doyle written by a certain W. Philip Andrew. However, Dibble’s life suddenly becomes more exciting and Hilarity Ensues when he, due to a case of Mistaken Identity, gets a Tap on the Head, comes around thinking he’s Ray Doyle and sets out to find W. Philip Andrew whom he believes to be Bodie. Inspired by / based on the movie American Dreamer.
Pairings: W. Philip Andrew/Raymond Dibble (Bodie/Doyle)
Synopsis: Bodie hires a mechanic to keep his ship in one piece and gets more than he expected. After a few weeks, the Capri is running better than ever, but it won't do them any good if they're not alive to fly it. (Contains made-up science and winged-Doyle. Please suspend disbelief before entering.)
Synopsis: Ray Doyle is a Protector (a police officer) who gets dumped by his fiancée Ann Holly and decides to go on a tour to Mars that was supposed to be their honeymoon trip on his own because he’s upset about the failed relationship and already bought the tickets. Bodie is a CI5 agent on a mission whom Doyle meets at the port office while Bodie is trying to escape from the bad guys. Together, they travel to Mars, fight crime and pretend to be a couple. In space.
Synopsis: William Bodie, successful theatre producer, is looking for a lead singer for his new production. Ray Doyle, aspiring singer, is looking for fame and fortune. Will they be able to help each other? Will their relationship recover from their initial encounters?
Synopsis: It is 1975, the height of the First Wizarding War, and Voldemort's reign of terror has spread far and wide. His followers, the Death Eaters, have begun cursing and killing Muggles. As CI5's brief includes domestic terrorism, the responsibility for stopping Voldemort falls on them — but this is not a fight they can win without magic. For this reason, Ray Doyle, an Auror, is transferred from the Ministry of Magic to join CI5, as its first and only wizard. But his abilities must remain secret from his fellow agents, including Bodie, his new partner. But Bodie seems to have a few secrets of his own, and it especially doesn't help that Bodie is so damned attractive...