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Title: Hatful of Hollow (Part 5 of 13)
Disclaimer: I'm not RTD, I don't work for the BBC, and as much as I might like to, I don't own Jack or Ianto or any part of Torchwood, though I have been known to order pizza under that name.
Pairings: Jack/Ianto
Rating: PG-13 or so for language and implied sexuality.
Notes: Takes place during/after "They Keep Killing Suzie" and includes lines from the episode. Title refers the Smiths album that inspired this mess. Constructive criticism, comments, naked pictures of GDL, and good coffee welcomed. Unbeta-ed, because I still haven't found the right victim assistant.

Part One
Part Two
Part Three
Part Four

When the team leaves, Ianto takes a few moments to sit quietly on the couch in the Hub. )
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Title: Hatful of Hollow (Part 4 of 13)
Disclaimer: I'm not RTD, I don't work for the BBC, and as much as I might like to, I don't own Jack or Ianto or any part of Torchwood. Life is hard.
Pairings: Jack/Ianto
Rating: PG-ish for language, post-coital snuggles, and come-ons.
Notes: Takes place during and very slightly after "Greeks Bearing Gifts" and utilizes some dialogue from that episode. Title refers the Smiths album that inspired this mess. Constructive criticism, comments, chocolate, and good coffee welcomed. Unbeta-ed, because that is apparently how I roll.

Part One is Here.
Part Two is Here.
Part Three is Here.

Ianto suspects that the online therapist -- that is, if he had chosen to keep working with the online therapist after the initial consult -- would have him think of this as a 'down day'... )
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Title: Hatful of Hollow (Part 1 of 13)
Disclaimer: I'm not RTD, I don't work for the BBC, and as much as I might like to, I don't own Jack or Ianto or any part of Torchwood.
Pairings:
Jack/Ianto
Rating: General with the intention of creeping up the scale quite a bit.
Notes:
Takes place not long after "Countrycide" but before "Greeks Bearing Gifts". Is exposition heavy as I really wanted to get into Ianto's head about how his relationship with Jack develops between "Cyberwoman" and "They Keep Killing Suzie". Title refers to an album by The Smiths.

Ianto wondered idly if Jack was watching him as he crossed the Plass. It would be easy enough, considering that the already ample CCTV coverage in this area was augmented by some of Torchwood's own equipment. The more he thought about it, the less he knew how he felt about it. He glanced up once before unlocking the Information Centre door, and imagined he could feel himself being watched from behind the lens. )

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