przed: (say uncle by theladyrose)
Here are the final two parts of the Das Vadanya series.

A word of warning on these two stories. They represent the greatest amount of missing time in the series. I've got three outlined and partially written stories that are meant to come between these, stories that take Illya and Napoleon through rather a lot, so the transition from one to the other might seem a bit abrupt. But hopefully they'll still work for you.

Ashes to Ashes (7121 words) by faviconPR Zed
Fandom: Man From U.N.C.L.E.
Warning: Major Character Death
Summary: A loss in the UNCLE organization has both Illya and Napoleon contemplating the rift between them once again.

Lovers and Other Strangers (4206 words) by faviconPR Zed
Fandom: Man From U.N.C.L.E.
Relationships: Illya Kuryakin/Napoleon Solo
Summary: After one loss too many, Napoleon seeks out the one person who can help him.
przed: (say uncle by theladyrose)
Two more stories in the Das Vadanya Tovarishch series. (Only two more to go after this.)

The Devil You Know (3832 words) by faviconPR Zed
Fandom: Man From U.N.C.L.E.
Summary: When Victor Marton hears Illya has resigned from the Command he see an opportunity.

With Friends Like These (3807 words) by faviconPR Zed
Fandom: Man From U.N.C.L.E.
Summary: April and Mark decide Illya needs their help.
przed: (say uncle by theladyrose)
Here's part 2 of the Das Vadanya Tovarishch series.

Prodigal's Return (11137 words) by faviconPR Zed
Fandom: Man From U.N.C.L.E.
Relationship: Illya Kuryakin/Napoleon Solo (in the past)
Summary: As Illya tries to start a new life, an enemy from his past catches up with him.
przed: (say uncle by theladyrose)
I've recently realized that I've got a six story UNCLE series that I never put online, mostly because there's another four stories in the series I always intended to get to. Since that hasn't happened, yet, I'm going to take the plunge and put those stories up on the AO3. This is the first one.

A word of warning. This ends on something of a cliffhanger that it takes all six stories to resolve. But there is a resolution. Just so you know.

The Das Vadanya Affair (9606 words) by faviconPR Zed
Fandom: Man From U.N.C.L.E.
Rating: Teen And Up Audiences
Relationships: Illya Kuryakin/Napoleon Solo
Summary: When Napoleon is passed over for promotion yet again, Illya decides to take matters into his own hands.
Notes: Part 1 of the Das Vadanya Tovarishch series.
przed: (say uncle by theladyrose)
With the official reveal out at [ profile] muncle, I can now post a link to the UNCLE Down the Chimney Affair story I wrote for [ profile] farad: The Carpathian Christmas Affair.

The prompts [ profile] farad gave me were Soviet politics, gypsies and chains, just so you know what you're getting into.

The writing on this one really went down to the wire, and my betas really came through to make sure the whole thing worked. Thanks to [ profile] ancastar and [ profile] st_crispins for keeping me honest on the structure, and to [ profile] msmoat and [ profile] periwinkle27 for checking that the revisions worked.
przed: (mfu think)
Now that the [ profile] muncle Down the Chimney authors have been revealed, I can post my story here.

Title: Christmas Tales
Author: P.R. Zed
Fandom: UNCLE
Pairing: Illya/Napoleon
Notes: Written for [ profile] nakeisha, who requested an established relationship story set at Christmas.

Christmas Day, 1978 )
przed: (groovy)
It's a little over a year since this story appeared in Relative Secrecy 8, so I've thrown it up on my website. I'm rather fond of it, since I, yet again, got to use my Latvian background. It's the second story in my Celebration Cycle, all based around holidays. Jani is a real holiday in Latvia, and still huge, and yes, there really is a magic fern.

The fandom's UNCLE, it's Illya/Napoleon slash and there's a soupçon of sex, for those who care about such things.

So, if you like, go read The Midsummer's Eve Affair.
przed: (groovy)
Author: P.R. Zed
Fandom: Man from U.N.C.L.E.
Notes: Part of the Ephemera series.

Illya Kuryakin offered his passport to the Customs Officer and concentrated on taking one even breath after another. As was too often the case, the passport's name was not his own, nor was the picture it contained quite him.

In his world, identity was fluid. He was Russian one day and English the next. His eyes were brown on Tuesday and blue at week's end. There were no constants, no guarantees.

Or almost none. A light touch at his elbow made him turn to see the one enduring touchstone in his life: Napoleon Solo, a smile in his hazel eyes.

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