Tag Archives: Harold Finch/John Reese

Losing Control by Neery

Title:  Losing Control
Author:  Neery
Fandom:  Person of Interest
Pairing:  John/Harold
Rating:  Mature
Warnings:  Non-consensual kissing
Genre:  Action/Adventure, Angst, Romance
Word Count: 7025

Summary:

Reese is accidentally dosed with a drug that has caused others to become incredibly violent.

Why You Should Read This:

This is Harold’s POV and his concern for John radiates throughout.  It’s a nice story.

The Rest is Silence by hedda62

Title:  The Rest is Silence
Author:  hedda62
Fandom:  Person of Interest
Pairing:  John/Harold
Rating:  Mature
Warnings:  No actual physical contact
Genre:  Pre-slash, Romance
Word Count: 2148

Summary:

Finch was in the Library multitasking, feeding Bear and forging a research grant while making puns about computer bugs and (Reese was pretty sure) Hamlet; Reese was in the bathroom in his loft dressing abrasions and thinking vaguely about Finch’s voice as antibiotic ointment. Or possibly lubricant.

Why You Should Read This:

Because there are a lot of different kinds of sex and this is one that doesn’t get talked about all that much.  And maybe because I once knew a guy whose voice could most definitely have gotten me off (too bad he was a total loser and ended up in jail for trying to poison his wife–true story). So I can sympathize with John more than a little bit.

Man with a Mission Series by Draycevixen

Title: Man with a Mission Series
Author:  Draycevixen
Fandom:  Person of Interest
Pairing: John/Harold
Rating: NC-17
Warnings: Some light bondage, canon-level violence
Genre:  Action/Adventure, Romance, Angst
Word Count: 19,329 for whole series

Summary:

John doesn’t like that Finch knows so much more about him than he knows about Finch, and decides that the best way to encourage Finch to talk is to seduce him.  It doesn’t go the way he planned.

 Why You Should Read This:

This is a charmingly written (see below)  bit of not-the-usual-fan-fic-version-of-John/Harold.  I really enjoyed John realizing that his hidden motives in attempting to seduce Harold were hidden even from himself. I love Harold in this, very much more sexually aggressive than any POI story I’ve read, not in the least unable to deal with John’s machinations, pretty much totally in control of the situation–until the end, when Reese does something that blows (no, not that kind of blows) him out of the water.

“It’s not my entire arsenal just a few favorite pieces. I have caches all over the city, just in case.”

“Just in case of what?”

“If I knew that they wouldn’t have to be all over the city.”