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15th-Mar-2012 07:24 am House MD/Jeeves & Wooster (G)
Title: A Rum Thing Indeed by Maineac
Pairing: None
Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] maineac
Author Website: Author's House fic on LJ, Author's House fic on ff.net

Why this must be read:

Shows with actors in common lend themselves naturally to crossovers, and one of the strategies authors often take is to have one of the characters discovering the other while watching television. What makes this ficlet by [livejournal.com profile] maineac stand out is the hilariously in-character dialogue by Jeeves & Wooster as they confront the puzzler of an American doctor who bears a certain resemblance to Bertie's Uncle Jimmy.


A Rum Thing Indeed
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15th-Dec-2011 05:56 pm At the Devil's Knee by Delphi (Teen and Up)
Fandom: KUROSHITSUJI, JEEVES & WOOSTER
Pairing: Sebastian/Ciel implied
Length: 1482 words
Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] atdelphi
Author Website: Delphi at AO3
Why this must be read:

Because in this story Jeeves meets one hell of a butler, with subtle but life-altering consequences. You can't tell me that you don't want to be there for that. Not when the story has, as this one does, every bit of the elegance that you'd expect from these two gentlemen. It's an inspired take on two canons that are naturals for each other.

At the Devil's Knee
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30th-Oct-2011 10:08 pm The Cable & Deadpool Yuletide Special by David Hines (Mature)
Fandom: FANDOM... ok, well, mostly MARVEL COMICS (specifically, Cable & Deadpool), but also FANDOM (also, this is kinda a crossover, but also really not, so I"m not really cheating)
Pairing: none
Length: 10,407 words
Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] hradzka
Author Website: David Hines on AO3
Why this must be read:
Raise your hand if you love Yuletide! It's been a fanfic tradtion for, what, a decade now? Well, this story was written in 2009 for Yuletide and it's about a story being written in 2009 for Yuletide... yeah. Deadpool is in it. Thus, the 4th Wall is not only broken, but OBLITERATED and then scattered beyond the fringes of the nastiest corners of the internet.

Deadpool and Cable make their way through the Yuletide archive, visiting a (rather infamous) story from each year in search of a perfect Christmas. It is not only meta, it's nostalgic meta and the end is very touching. This is on my HIGHLY recommended list for anyone, even people who are not really fans of Cable and Deadpool.

The Cable & Deadpool Yuletide Special by David Hines
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16th-Jul-2011 10:29 am JEEVES AND WOOSTER/MERLIN (G)
My Internet was down yesterday, so I couldn't post this on the 15th, sorry. I couldn't face calling my ISP for help till this morning.

Title: Avalon Manor by pepperlandgirl
Pairings: Arthur Pendragon/Merlin Emrys; Reginald Jeeves/Bertram Wooster
Length: 9,890 words
Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] pepperlandgirl
Author Website: Author page on AO3
Why this must be read:
This fusion of Merlin and the Jeeves and Wooster universe is told from the perspectives of Bertie and Jeeves, and Pepperlandgirl does a bang-up job of capturing the unique Wodehouse style. However, the Merlin characters (Uther, Morgana, Arthur, and Merlin) feel right, too, although they are given the appropriate period gloss. The wacky domestic hijinks are perfect for both sets of characters.

Avalon Manor
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15th-Feb-2011 03:02 am THE MAN FROM UNCLE/JEEVES&WOOSTER NC-17
OMG! I have been waiting impatiently for smash-up day ALL MONTH!! Well, actually, since I read this wonderful story. It's CrossOverDay! Yay!

Title: The Yaxley Affair by [livejournal.com profile] mice1900
Pairings: Illya/Napoleon and Jeeves/Wooster
Length: 57,300 words
Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] mice1900
Author Website: Mice's Hole in the Wall
Why this must be read: Did I not say that the FirstTimeFic keeps throwing itself in front of the CrackVan like a little prairie rodent??? IT DID! It's Not My Fault! Read this for the spot on characterization, the adventure, the banter, the attention to detail, the superb crossover universe this author creates and the sheer plain fun that can be had when fandoms collide. I am only sad that this seems to be the only Man from UNCLE story I can find by this author because they have totally nailed the voices of our favourite spies and neeeeeed to write moooooooore! Please? Pretty please with the agent of your choice on top? Or ya know, bottom if you prefer. I'm not judging.

Part One
Part Two
Part Three
Part Four
Part Five
Part Six

And please remember, if you enjoy this story, a comment to the author is all the payment they get! Show them some love!
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4th-Jun-2010 06:16 pm It's a Good Life, Sir by Iridaceaena (PG)

Fandom: JEEVES & WOOSTER 
Pairing: gen
Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] iridaceaena
Author Website: lj fic tag
Why this must be read:

World War II is looming, but this isn't a war fic. [livejournal.com profile] iridaceaena, in fact, calls it "an unwar fic," which is just what it is. We've got the same old problems-- Aunt Agatha wants Bertie to marry some girl, Jeeves dispenses with her lecture in pitch-perfect fashion (a bonus is a rare and deft glimpse of a hint that Aunt A. might actually be human), and Bertie wants out of it. Through conversation woven out of Bertie-isms and literary references, we gain a bit of backstory for both Bertie and Jeeves, and an illustration of how protective Jeeves is of Bertie's sunny innocence.

I won't spoil it for you (not that I could really explain it), but the same magic that Wodehouse commands to keep Bertie's world untouched by the serious and the weighty is in force here, and I'm happy to accept it as canon fact.

Excerpt )



It's a Good Life, Sir

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1st-Jun-2010 07:58 pm Jeeves and the Mighty Tarpon by Triedunture (PG)

Hello! Or possibly I should say what ho! I'm [livejournal.com profile] thirstyrobot and I'll be shuttling you about from fic to Jeeves and Wooster fic in a van that looks an awful lot like a '24 Austin. As fic goes, it's a slash-heavy fandom with a near-universal OTP (as seen below), but I'll try to show you a bit of everything along the way.

Fandom: JEEVES & WOOSTER 
Pairing: Jeeves/Bertie Wooster
Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] triedunture
Author Website: lj fic tag
Why this must be read:

Everything [livejournal.com profile] triedunture writes is pretty much an instant classic, and I honestly had a terrible time choosing between them. She has longer fics, more complicated fics, fics that show us the parts of this world that idyllic canon turns a blind eye to, fics that take a left-field premise and make us love it unconditionally.

But I come back to this one again and again, perhaps because of its simplicity. We're along for the ride with a cranky Bertie on one of those holidays he sometimes promises Jeeves for pulling him out of the soup, but that Wodehouse rarely shows us. There is (of course!) a girl that likes Bertie a bit too much, Bertie being endearingly inept in the unfamiliar territory of fishing in Florida, a silly cross-talk misunderstanding, all framed by atmospheric scenery and spot-on canon language.

What really makes it, though, and what [livejournal.com profile] triedunture is so unfailingly good at, is the way it gets Jeeves out of his morning coat (both literal and metaphorical) and shows us the man beneath. For me, it began a long love affair with getting to the bottom of Jeeves-the-man, and how Bertie processes what he sees of Jeeves-the-man, and the cautious tenderness that exists between them even when we fanwriters aren't slashing them up.

Excerpt )



Jeeves and the Mighty Tarpon

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15th-Jul-2008 01:13 am Torchwood/Discworld/Nero Wolfe/Lord Peter/HarryPotter/StargateAtlantis/Jeeves&Wooster/SherlockHolmes
Title: The Royal Society by Sam Storyteller
Pairing: gen
Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] sam_storyteller
Author Website: http://copperbadge.livejournal.com/
Why this must be read:

Because somewhere, somehow, in some corner of the multiverse, you always knew there had to be a refuge...


The Royal Society
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31st-May-2008 12:14 am Jeeves and the Red Legion by Woffproff (G)
Fandom: JEEVES & WOOSTER
Pairing: Jeeves/Bertie Wooster
Length: 6,827 words
Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] woffproff
Author Website: unknown
Why this must be read:

Bertie's friends really suck on occasion.

No, really. It seems to be a minor law of Wodehouse that all characters, with the exception of Bertie himself, shall be mind-bogglingly self-absorbed and/or monomaniacal. Stupid practical jokes abound; this story, without quite breaking the bounds of good taste or what's reasonable trauma for Wodefic, shows what happens when one of these fatheaded plots gets out of hand, and also features some A+ hurt/comfort for poor whomped Bertie. Because, let's face it, you don't want to be the one who's hurt Jeeves's woobie.

(And aside from anything else, the POV and language is just spot on.)

Excerpt )

Jeeves and the Red Legion
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30th-May-2008 10:46 pm A Lute Unstrung by veronamay (PG-13)
Fandom: JEEVES & WOOSTER
Pairing: Jeeves/Bertie Wooster
Length: 3,533 words
Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] veronamay
Author Website: Fic tags
Why this must be read:

Every now and then Jeeves seems to go a little far in his plotting, especially in the indignities and discomforts Bertie's made to suffer on the path to making everything turn out for the best (in this best of all possible worlds - which is, really, as good a description of the Wodehouseverse as ever was jotted down). One thinks of lengthy bicycle rides in the middle of the night, of short but nonetheless harrowing periods of incarceration. And one thinks especially of Thank You, Jeeves, wherein Bertie's actually abandoned by Jeeves for most of the novel, and the replacement valet gets tanked, sets his vacation house on fire, and chases him around with a carving knife, to say nothing of various parties smacking the poor lad around. Consensus in the fandom is that Jeeves never really intended to leave for good, only to teach him a lesson in re: the obstreperousness of the banjolele, but could he really have intended for things to get this out of hand?

[livejournal.com profile] veronamay picks the story up just after the rift in the lute has been mended between Jeeves and Bertie; it's Jeeves's POV as they head back to the flat and try to get back their bearings. And it's both incredibly hot, and remarkably sweet.

Excerpt )

A Lute Unstrung
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30th-May-2008 04:27 pm Jeeves and the Mesmerism Incident by youofwales (PG)
Fandom: JEEVES & WOOSTER
Pairing: gen, with a faint Jeeves/Wooster tinge
Length: 2,265 words
Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] youofwales
Author Website: unknown
Why this must be read:

This one fascinates me. On the face of it, it's a sparse, funny little story with a simple premise: Barmy Fotheringay-Phipps has learned mesmerism as a party trick, and when Bertie walks into his flat has just been practicing on Jeeves. (No, not like that. *points to gen pairing*) Bertie is rightly appalled at the idea of someone rummaging around in his valet's genius head, and even more appalled when Barmy turns out to have planted a post-hypnotic suggestion.

It's all lighter than air, and cuter than a sackful of kittens, but there's something rather interesting being said about the psychology of the individual. Of both individuals, in fact.

Jeeves and the Mesmerism Incident
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30th-May-2008 04:03 pm Absence of Madeline by Derien (R/NC-17)
Fandom: JEEVES & WOOSTER
Pairing: Jeeves/Bertie Wooster; Jeeves/Bertie/Gussie Fink-Nottle
Length: about 13,000 words
Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] derien
Author Website: Derien's Trivial Place
Why this must be read:

Because sometimes you want to read pr0n. Awesome, hilarious and meltingly hot pr0n. Featuring a prop so many writers joke about but so few actually deliver: a literal tie that binds.

Or wait, is that too shallow? Well, then, there's also the plot, which is both hysterically funny and one of the closest structural approximations to the usual canon story that exists in fanfic. To wit: Bertie's being amorously pursued by someone whose feelings he doesn't want to hurt, but thought was safely engaged to another, when all he really wants is to be left alone in domestic bliss with his gentleman's gentleman. Along the way, there are aunts, telegrams, and con artists, and finally all the pieces are back in place through the brilliant machinations of Jeeves. It's just that in this case, Bertie and Jeeves have an established (though new, and somewhat uncertain) relationship, and the third wheel is Gussie Fink-Nottle. Who's not quite as keen on getting back with Madeline as he might be, really. And doesn't have the least qualm about pouncing on both or either of our heroes, as a salve for his putatively broken heart.

Excerpt )

Absence of Madeline (Part One) (Part Two)
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30th-May-2008 12:59 am Jeeves & Wooster / House (PG-13)
Title: Two Places We Shouldn't Have Gone by Montgomery Damn Crowley
Pairing: Jeeves/Wilson; Wooster/House (implied UST for Jeeves/Wooster and House/Wilson)
Length: 512 words
Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] montycrowley
Author Website: unknown
Why this must be read:

This is an odd, fascinating little crossover with some of the sharpest insight into the characters - both sets of characters - I've ever seen. Angst is notoriously difficult to do well in J&W, the tone of the canon being so determinedly airy. But transposed into the House universe, and seen with that world's bitter analytic tint, Jeeves and Bertie are enigmatic and remarkable. The story's something of an offshoot of the "Five Things" genre; it makes no attempt to explain the impossibilities of time, space, or Hugh Laurie-incarnation. There is only the precision of language, and the two anti-OTPs revealing unexpected turns in all four characters.

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Two Places We Shouldn't Have Gone
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30th-May-2008 12:31 am Bertie Wooster, Cryptographer by Lucylou (G)
Fandom: JEEVES & WOOSTER
Pairing: Jeeves/Bertie Wooster
Length: short-ish
Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] lucylou
Author Website: Art - Stop Paying Attention; Stories at ff.net: LucylouKazoo
Why this must be read:

[livejournal.com profile] lucylou has been long beloved around [livejournal.com profile] indeedsir both for her fiction (previously recced) and for fanart and little cartoons that glow with awesomeness (like this one, for example). In "Bertie Wooster, Cryptographer" (subtitled "The Code of the Woosters, Redux") she manages to combine both art and text in a lovely photofic about a disappearing Jeeves and a Bertie determined to track him back down. The images are splendidly convincing, and the end is nearly impossible to view without cooing.

Bertie Wooster, Cryptographer, or The Code of the Woosters, Redux
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18th-May-2008 05:13 pm Three Canon Pairing Drabbles by Hyel (G, PG-13, R)
Fandom: JEEVES & WOOSTER
Pairing: Bingo/Rosie, Gussie/Emerald, Madeline/Spode
Length: 500 words total
Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] hyel
Author Website: Absurd Concept
Why this must be read:

I know: het fic? In the Jooster fandom? What is this madness?

But in these three little snapshots, Hyel's done something remarkable. Secondary characters who in most fic tend to get forgotten or to serve only as cardboard obstacles to the OTP here get POVs, and romances, of their own. All three drabbles are marvelously in character, and range from adorable to quietly sad.

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Three Canon Pairing Drabbles
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18th-May-2008 04:56 pm Jeeves and the Tennis Coach by out_there (PG)
Fandom: JEEVES & WOOSTER
Pairing: Jeeves/Bertie Wooster
Length: approximately 57,000 words
Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] out_there
Author Website: Amazed by the Mathematics
Why this must be read:

Bertie's taken note that the sun is brighter and the roses are sweeter when Jeeves is around. This requires deep thought, and a cautious plan of action. Jeeves, after all, can't really be asked for his advice on how best to woo Jeeves. Amid Bertie's efforts to make his declaration and still be a preux chevalier, he has to deal with Tuppy and Angela's squabbling, a long-eared owl resembling Aunt Agatha, Jeeves's pajamas, a sprained ankle, a housefire, and an appallingly attractive French tennis coach.

The style is deliciously meandering and anecdotal, and Bertie is bright, doofy and magnificently goodhearted. If you want to get lost for a few hours, there are few better fics.


Jeeves and the Tennis Coach
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15th-May-2008 11:44 am JEEVES & WOOSTER/TEMERAIRE/SAKI (G)
Title: Reginald on Draconic Emancipation by afrai
Pairing: none
Length: 2393 words
Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] bravecows
Author Website: http://thewritegirls.populli.net/afrai/
Why this must be read:

It's a triple crossover with the world of Naomi Novik's Temeraire series and Saki's Reginald stories. Which makes it, quite possibly, the most awesome thing ever. I just...I have no words.

No, wait, I do. )

So where are Bertie and Jeeves in all this? Well, read it and find out.

Reginald on Draconic Emancipation
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10th-May-2008 10:59 pm Jeeves and the Snapshot by weaselwoman13 (PG-PG-13)
Fandom: JEEVES & WOOSTER
Pairing: Jeeves/Bertie Wooster
Length: 7214 words
Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] weaselwoman13
Author Website: None of a ficcish nature, but other Jooster stories are available by clicking her tag at [livejournal.com profile] fryandorlaurie
Why this must be read:

Because it features Bertie being adorable, Stiffy Byng being nefarious, and the rest of the Totleigh Towers gang being their pestilential selves. Also an OC named Toots Dellahoyd. And a faceoff with Bertie, Roderick Spode, and Roderick Spode's rifle. And Bertie has to have it pointed out to him in so many words that mooning over a photograph of one's valet isn't precisely normal behavior for a young man-about-town.

Because very few fics pull off Wodehousian tone, plotting, and narration, and this one does it on its head.

So here I was, preparing to go to Totleigh Towers, the sort of dwelling hobgoblins and hippogriffs tend to infest in books, without Jeeves at my side to comfort and advise, and feeling completely rotten about the ordeal before me. And then the notion hit me. )

Jeeves and the Snapshot
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5th-May-2008 08:27 pm Jeeves Lends a Hand by Jane Davitt (R)
Fandom: JEEVES & WOOSTER
Pairing: Jeeves/Bertie Wooster
Length: 1567 words
Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] janedavitt
Author Website: Jane's Stories
Why this must be read:

Anyone attempting smut in Bertie Wooster's voice has their work cut out for them. The Wodehouseverse is in general so innocent one sometimes doubts sex exists at all past kissing and possibly a little heated knee-fondling, and Bertie is generally seen as the quintessential little lamb lost in the woods. It's one of the great joys of slashing these characters that the energy which in canon seems to be sublimated into cocktails and crisply knotted ties can be re-diverted right back where it really seems to originate. But there is, still, an inevitable challenge with language and point of view.

Which is exactly why this little parody is so deliciously, painfully hilarious.

Jeeves Lends a Hand
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1st-May-2008 09:24 pm With Sheep by torch (PG)
Hey there! I'm [livejournal.com profile] innocentsmith, and I'll be driving the van for Jeeves & Wooster this month. I love pretty much every fic ever posted in this fandom, so I'll be doing my best to give an allsorts mix. I may even at some point include a pairing other than Jeeves/Wooster. (*gasp!*) To get us into first gear, my opening rec is:

Fandom: JEEVES & WOOSTER
Pairing: Jeeves/Bertie Wooster
Length: ~900 words
Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] flambeau
Author Website: http://www.strangeplaces.net/torch/
Why this must be read:

This little snippet of a fic captures the feeling of the canon: simultaneously delicate and hilarious, and suspended in a time and place that never was but really should've been. It's one of those "scene from a missing novel" kinds of fics, with just the slightest extra dash of UST. And of sheep.

'Jeeves,' I said, 'this is intolerable.' )

With Sheep
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15th-Jan-2008 09:44 am Doctor Who/Jeeves and Wooster (PG)
Title: A Swell Party by Claire
Pairings: Assorted, mainly Nine/Rose/Jack
Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] mythverdandi
Why this must be read:

Recipe for disaster:
3 Time-travellers in various states of frustration
2 Ne'er-do-well gents from the Roaring Twenties
1 Unflappable butler
Add to taste: Troublemaking twins, marriage-minded harpies, alien artifacts.
Shake liberally, and serve up at a country estate.

A Swell Party (link is to the last chapter)
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31st-May-2006 10:28 am Valet in a Bottle by Rosamundeb (PG-13)
Fandom: JEEVES & WOOSTER
Pairing: Jeeves/Bertie Wooster
Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] rosamundeb
Author Website: check LJ for updates
Why this must be read:

For our last J/W rec on [livejournal.com profile] crack_van, a fic both sublime and ridiculous. In response to the question 'Where does Jeeves sleep?', this is a well-sustained, hot fic that posits an amusing idea in three episodes.

I hope you're enjoyed the ride through some of the best that Jeeves & Wooster has to offer. It's been great fun re-reading and selecting some of my favorites. Hope to see you in the fandom - toodle-pip!

Jeeves faced me, sighing deeply. 'I was afraid this day would come, sir.' )

Valet in a Bottle
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31st-May-2006 10:26 am Good Egg by Louise Lux (G)
Fandom: JEEVES & WOOSTER
Pairing: Jeeves/Bertie Wooster implied
Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] louiselux
Author Website: Lux Fanfiction
Why this must be read:

Bertie rather regrets his rowdy night when Jeeves reveals a hitherto unsuspected talent. Eggs! Sharp yet sweet.

'They're for the children of the Junior Ganymede Beneficial Fund Easter Egg Hunt and Tea, sir.' )

Good Egg
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31st-May-2006 09:45 am Jeeves and The Escape by Lucylou (PG-13)
Fandom: JEEVES & WOOSTER
Pairing: Jeeves/Bertie Wooster
Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] lucylou
Author Website: check LJ for updates
Why this must be read:

Bertie and Jeeves are forced on the run after Aunt Agatha won't take no for an answer. A fun escapade - and let's not forget the train!sex.

I have always admired his ability to remain poised in every event, even when sprinting towards a train, with the vicious jaws of a frothing Aunt Agatha snapping at our heels. )

Jeeves and The Escape
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30th-May-2006 11:26 pm As virtuous men pass by torch (PG)
Fandom: JEEVES & WOOSTER
Pairing: Jeeves/Bertie Wooster implied
Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] flambeau
Author Website: the flambeau factory
Why this must be read:

In short, because torch wrote it, and her writing is superb.

In long, because Bertie and Jeeves, on a cruise, in a confined space, trying to avoid a girl, makes for much hilarity. Not to mention the gleeful subtext as Jeeves' plan gets underway.

'Not so much romantic as, ah, *amorous*, I'm afraid.' )

As virtuous men pass
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30th-May-2006 10:52 pm Another Time, Another World by Truly Bohemian (G)
Fandom: JEEVES & WOOSTER
Pairing: Jeeves/Bertie Wooster implied
Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] truly_bohemian
Author Website: check LJ for updates
Why this must be read:

A fascinating glimpse into a possible future for Bertie and Jeeves, via a young great-niece looking at photographs of the two in the old days. Poignant and beautifully thought-out.

Great Uncle Bertie leaned in closer and his brow furrowed in an off put manner. 'I always thought I looked rather good with a moustache. Are you quite sure that’s me?' )

Another Time, Another World
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30th-May-2006 10:40 pm A Most Indecent Proposal by Peak in Darien (PG-13-ish)
Fandom: JEEVES & WOOSTER
Pairing: Jeeves/Bertie Wooster
Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] peak_in_darien
Author Website: fic in LJ memories
Why this must be read:

A stalwart member of [livejournal.com profile] indeedsir, Peak's fics are a highlight in the fandom. This one is particularly fun. Bertie has a heart-wrenching time parting with a beloved cummerbund. In an effort to keep it, he bargains with Jeeves, but is wholly unprepared for the terms that Jeeves will offer to him. A sequel, The Case of the Hat, is here.

All you have do is tell me what socially unacceptable thing I have to do. )

A Most Indecent Proposal
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26th-May-2006 11:52 pm Humble Servant by Bad Faery (NC-17)
Fandom: JEEVES & WOOSTER
Pairing: Jeeves/Bertie Wooster
Author on LJ: unknown
Author Website: Private Conversations
Why this must be read:

Jeeves has noticed a certain...tension of Mr. Wooster's. He wishes to offer his services. All his finesse is required, especially when emotional entanglements threaten.

It's not particularly Wodehousian, though readable. But it's damn porntastic, and in this fandom, R/NC-17 fics are very few and far between. You know you want to see Jeeves out of his shirtsleeves, right?

The tell-tale signs of orgasm are obvious to any good valet no matter how circumspect his employer might be )

Humble Servant
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26th-May-2006 06:08 pm Jeeves and the Practical Demonstration by Nuala (hard-ish PG-13)
Fandom: JEEVES & WOOSTER
Pairing: Jeeves/Bertie Wooster
Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] nualanightbloom
Author Website: check lj for updates
Why this must be read:

A rather shocking sight has confused Bertie considerably. His worldly knowledge isn't up to this sort of thing. Can Jeeves be of assistance in the matter? A delightful fic.

He was pressed into his young man with a passion I have seldom seen )

Jeeves and the Practical Demonstration
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25th-May-2006 05:52 pm Jeeves Makes A Move by veronamay (PG)
Fandom: JEEVES & WOOSTER
Pairing: Jeeves/Bertie Wooster
Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] veronamay
Author Website: LJ memories
Why this must be read:

veronamay has written other very reccable fics in this fandom, characterised by scorching and believable sex. :) This one is a lovely light (dare I say fluffy?) read. Poignant and melancholy, it's set during one Christmas night when Jeeves finally makes a decision...

I confess myself to have been at something of a loss on becoming more acquainted with Mr Wooster. )

Jeeves Makes A Move
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