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Title: Post-Traumatic
Fandom: The Sentinel
Rating: PG-13
Characters: Jim Ellison, Blair Sandburg
Spoilers/Warnings: This is set after the episode "Cypher". There is underlyings of possible slash, but I would put it at heavy smarm.
Summary: After Jim rescues Blair from the serial killer, both men are relieved. It leads to comfort and safety.
Word count: 386
A/N: This was written for 15minuteficlets This is my first foray into this community. I do not own The Sentinel or any of the characters. This was written for entertainment purposes only and no money was made from this endeavor.


It felt so good just to be held.

That was Blair's thought as Jim pulled him to his feet and enclosed him in a bear hug.

Jim was murmuring words that Blair didn't even try to understand. It was the same for both of them -- they were just glad to see each other again. Even though it was early in their relationship, or partnership, or whatever you wanted to call it. It meant something that Jim had found him, had killed Lash and had released him from the chains and that god-awful chair. Jim gathering him up into a hold was an added bonus.

Blair could feel his tears beginning to spill over, but it was okay. He could hear the hitches in Jim's voice as he murmured reassuring words, as he was held close.

Then Jim cocked his head to the side and whispered in Blair's ear. "I hear the cavalry coming, Chief. I'm going to have to turn you over to the paramedics so they can check you out. But I'll stay right here by your side."

Blair nodded his head and looked Jim in the eye. "Thank you." It was all he could say.


Hours later, Jim helped Blair inside the loft. The destruction of earlier was still there, but Jim ignored it as he pulled Blair through the living room and towards the stairs leading up to his bedroom.

Blair suddenly stopped, pulling slightly away from Jim. "What's going on, Jim?"

"Call it a sentinel thing, but I need to have you close. I promise there won't be anything inappropriate."

Blair seemed to consider Jim's words and was thinking about it. "Okay. I suppose I could use the support. Can I ask a favor?"

"Sure, Chief. What do you want?"

"Can you hold me again? That felt so good in the warehouse when you found me. I felt safe and secure. Can you give me that again?" Blair tried not to sound so needy.

Jim pulled Blair back into a hug. "Of course, Blair. I can give you that again. It helped me. I'm glad it helped you."

They went upstairs to Jim's bedroom and Jim held Blair in the bed. Both of them were content and were able to start to put the past few days in the past.


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Aug. 25th, 2006 05:50 am (UTC)
Wow, you wrote a lot for 15 minutes. Great job, I really liked it a lot. :) I love when they hug and aren't afraid to show their fondness for each other.
Aug. 25th, 2006 04:41 pm (UTC)
I can write a lot when I'm at the keyboard of my computer and my thoughts are organized :) LOL! Glad you enjoyed it. As soon as I saw the word, I knew what I wanted to write and it was just getting it down.
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