Title: Wild at Heart
Word Count: 41,530
Warnings: AU, first time, forced marriage, marriage!fic, some catelyn!bashing towards the end
Summary: A/U Sandor Clagane is a Wilding man who sees Sansa while hunting near Winterfell and decides to kidnap her and return North of the Wall with her as his wife. Knowing her father's bannermen hold to the old ways, Sansa decides to try to make the marriage by capture work even as her father and brothers set out to find her. Time frame takes place before King Robert comes to Winterfell.
This was a really interesting concept and wonderfully executed! Loved the translation of Sandor as a wildling and their relationship development was great! Sexy and surprisingly sweet! And the artwork at the beginning is gorgeous!
Title: The Long Journey Home
Word Count: 51,563
Warnings: first time, forced marriage, marriage!fic
Summary: Prompt for the sansa_sandor LJ comm. When Ned is arrested and charged with treason, Joffrey breaks his betrothal to Sansa at that point and as punishment he marries her to the Hound. They continue to live in Kings Landing awkwardly getting to know each other until crisis forces them to make a difficult choice.
Such a great canon AU! I loved how canon details and events were added in and tweaked to fit the storyline and the Sansa/Sandor relationship was great! Wonderful characterizations and very sweet and hot!
Title: Everyone Has Secrets
Pairing(s): Brienne/Jamie, Brienne/OMC, past Cersei/Jamie
Word Count: 113,057
Warnings: AU: Modern, AU: Fusion, The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo fusion, attempted non-con
Summary: Political journalist Jaime Lannister finds himself out of alternatives when Millennium, his magazine, becomes endangered by his reckless actions. Brienne Tarth, a professional hacker charged with the task of investigating him, will stumble upon more than she expected. The mystery of a disappearance ten years earlier will draw them to Winterfell, where more than one secret might be uncovered.
Based on The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Stieg Larsson.
This was a seriously fabulous fusion. All of the characters are fantastically incorporated in the world and the characterizations feel very accurate within both worlds. I am in love with the relationship between Brienne and Jamie and the sex was explosive! The sexual assault at the beginning o the book is not at all as intense as in Larsson's book, though there is a good amount of violence/gore, and the ending was much happier/less ambiguous.