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Lost and Found - Chapter Nineteen

Lost and Found - Chapter Nineteen
Author: Milady Dragon
Series: Dragon-Verse
Rating: PG-13
Pairing(s): JackHarkness/Ianto Jones, Phil Coulson/Clint Barton, Rowena Harkness-Jones/Henry Morgan, Merlin/Arthur Pendragon (mentioned), Clint Barton/Other (mentioned), Cadi Harkness-Jones/John Hart (mentioned), Rhys Williams/Gwen Cooper (past), Others
Warnings: Implied Torture, Mpreg (mentioned), Reincarnation, Language, Violence, Angst
Spoilers: For most of the Dragon-Verse stories, some not yet written
Disclaimer: I don't own Torchwood, I would have treated it better. There are other things in here also that I don't own as well.

A/N2:  This is the last chapter of this story, but I'm going to post a "Dramatis Personae" list in a second.    Next we'll be going back to Series Two; I have all those stories completed and ready to post, all the way through Jack and Ianto's first mating.

Summary: "Fucking Rift," Rhys managed to mutter, realising immediately what must have happened.

Living in Cardiff was like playing Russian Roulette: no one was safe, but the Rift more often than not dropped off instead of picked up and it was just luck of the draw when those negative spikes appeared and snatched a person away.

Since I keep getting the Post too Large warnings, I'm going to be primarily posting the rest of these to both Dreamwidth and AO3, and then putting up a notice here that it's posted.  I really want to keep posting here but for some reason Livejournal had to have changed its posting protocols or something.  I never used to get this notice and now it's constant.  I'm sorry about this but I don't really have much of a choice.


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Comments

It was a very beautiful story with a lot of happiness, a bit of anguish but what a joy to see this great and beautiful Harkness-Jones family with its diversity, its paternal traits resurging, their cohesion and complicity!

One of the best you have written so far.
bravo

THANKS

PS: I would have liked to see what happens to the Adralan ... The punishment is well...