Why Mycroft Worries Constantly About His Youngest Brother or How Willoughby Holmes Wooed and Won the Heart of James Bond

Title: Why Mycroft Worries Constantly About His Youngest Brother or How Willoughby Holmes Wooed and Won the Heart of James Bond
Author: LadyRa
Fandom: Sherlock (BBC), James Bond
Pairing(s): James Bond/Q, Sherlock/John (background)
Rating: Teen and Up
Warnings: Mild violence
Genre: AU, Drama, Romance
Word Count: 23,109

Summary: The youngest Holmes holds a minor position at MI6, but somehow still manages to do more damage than Mycroft at his worst. Post Skyfall AU, Q is a little younger and a tad more innocent, and Alec is a good guy and still alive. Reichenbach Falls didn’t (and won’t) happen.

Why You Should Read This:
Q isn’t Q yet, and spends a lot of his time stalking Bond and intervening when he gets in trouble (and given he is Bond, that happens often). Mycroft is the big brother who manipulates the behind-the-scenes in order to push the two together. It’s a mostly light-hearted story that is fun to read-it sucks you in.

~ by lysmsmith on January 25, 2014.

2 Responses to “Why Mycroft Worries Constantly About His Youngest Brother or How Willoughby Holmes Wooed and Won the Heart of James Bond”

  1. Holmes brothers are awesome – there can be no doubt! Love Q’s way of showing Bond his affection through wielding his computer! I would love to read more sequels of this series!

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