Portland Nightmare Grimm/Hannibal Crossover Ch 16Portland Nightmare (*CONTAINS SPOILERS*)Portland Nightmare Grimm/Hannibal Crossover Ch 16 by fobkuriboh17
Grimm/Hannibal Crossover Fan Fiction
The Chi Tau Lambda residence is possibly the least conspicuous building on the Oregon College campus, at least as far as the detectives have seen. The white brick house is adorned with the Greek letters C-T-L in bright red paint across the front, and the faint pulse of music can be heard coming from the inside, despite that it is early in the afternoon on a Wednesday, not usually a popular time for parties of any kind.
Will scans the surface of the structure for a doorbell and does not find one. He knocks three times on the door, hopefully loudly enough to be heard over the din of rhythm and shouting voices.
The music is temporarily silenced, the loud conversation reduced to mere whispers. The door swings open and the detectives are greeted by one of several male students who are gathered in the living area of the communal house. Said student is dressed in a generic Oregon College hoodie, the kind
Portland Nightmare Grimm/Hannibal Crossover Ch 15Portland Nightmare (*CONTAINS SPOILERS*)Portland Nightmare Grimm/Hannibal Crossover Ch 15 by fobkuriboh17
Grimm/Hannibal Crossover Fan Fiction
Nick and Will’s first priority upon arriving at Oregon College is to visit the admissions office and confirm that Cole Gaitley is, in fact, still enrolled at this location. Amid the quiet on their way to this destination, Nick internally debates whether this is really necessary. He affirms that yes, it is, after considering the source who identified this person of interest: the victim’s mother, who willingly admitted that said individual would know more about her daughter’s life than she would. While Nick readily acknowledges that he is not the behavioral expert in this partnership (he would award that distinction to Will in a heartbeat), it doesn’t take one to realize that Amelia Jefferson apparently didn’t feel comfortable opening up to anyone, save for a select few people, which supports the profile of a painfully shy student (a classic characteristic of an Eisbiber
The Wolf-manIt was time for me to go. He came down the stairs, catching me looking at myself in the mirror. I turned to him, despite hearing his mum's words anyway.The Wolf-man by WriteRelease
"You'll have to get a taxi home. I got a fiver," he said, brushing pass me to fetch his wallet. "Mum's had a few drinks."
"It's fine, I got the money," I said, opening my purse, but I found a lone twenty pence piece. "Nevermind..."
"Mum will pay me back, don't worry," he smiled, handing me a folded note. I thanked him, grabbed my phone and began thumbing the number on the keypad. Less than a minute later, my taxi was due to arrive soon. We went to the window, looking out into the darkness. Night was slowly claiming its youth again, but the sky was ink-blue.
"I'll text you when I get home," I said, grinning. He always told me to.
"You'll be alright walking from the garage?"
"It's just up the road from me. It'll cost more to have the taxi wait and then drive me home."
"It doesn't matter," he said casually, taking my hands in his. Then th
Protecting the GrimmProtecting the Grimm by Ashray
Protecting the Grimm
Juliette's call didn’t come as a surprise for Monroe. Not at first, at least.
She may be Nick's Ex, but she is also a nice and likeable woman. After their break-up she and Nick still remained friends, as they simply acknowledged that feelings can change over time, and that they spent most of their time apart from each other, and so they broke up on good terms before they could start to resent each other for drifting apart.
Now they behaved more like friends, siblings, and Monroe and Juliette talked from time to time over the phone, about cooking and gardening and how Nick needs patching up so often, so he wasn’t at all surprised to hear her voice as he picked up his phone while Nick was out.
"Hey, Juliette. What can I do for you?"
"Do you have a little time, or are you busy with something important?"
"No, I just finished with my latest c
|More Journal Entries|