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FAKE Double Drabble: Conspiracy Theory - Sequel to ‘Natural Reactions’

Title: Conspiracy Theory - Sequel to ‘Natural Reactions’

Author: badly_knitted

Characters: Dee, mentions Ryo, Rose, Bikky, Carol and JJ

Rating: G

Setting: Vol. 2, Act 5

Summary: Dee is not happy with the way his vacation is turning out.

Disclaimer: I don’t own FAKE, or the characters. They belong to the wonderful Sanami Matoh.

A/N: Another double drabble.





The vacation’s not exactly going the way Dee planned. First they blunder into the hunt for a serial killer, attracting the unwanted attention of Assistant Inspector Berkeley Rose, and then the house apes show up. How in hell did they even manage to travel all the way from New York to England by themselves anyway?



And just when he thinks things are as bad as they can get, who else arrives but JJ! It’s a conspiracy! All Dee wanted was some alone time with Ryo and it seems everyone’s decided to follow and keep them apart. It just isn’t fair!



Dee’s not sticking around to get glomped though, he’s gettin’ outta here pronto! Ten minutes ago, he was mad about losing that stupid game and having to brave the downpour to fetch supplies, but that was then. Now he can’t wait to be gone, even if it means a long trek through the rain with only Bikky for company. At least it gets him away from JJ for a while. Spurred on by that thought, he’s long gone before JJ even pauses for breath. Sparing a brief thought for Ryo and Carol, warm and cosy indoors, Dee heads for town.


TBC in ‘All That Matters


Tags: bikky, carol baker, commissioner berkeley rose, dee laytner, drabble, fake, fake fic, fic, fic: g, jj adams, ryo maclean
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