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Something Blue - Chapter 6
Chapter 5 - The Curse of a Lonely God
"No. Absolutely no!" The Doctor strode through the busy sidewalk that afternoon, having been released from custody. His coat bellowed back as his hands were tucked in its pockets. His jaw was tense and set, glaring forward to avoid the gaze of his two new shadows.
"Come on, Doc," Castle started.
"My name is the Doctor. Not 'Doc'," the Time Lord chided back with great annoyance.
"You promised to tell us everything you knew." Kate quickened her pace some to walk up beside the Doctor.
"What I said was I would tell you what you need to know."
"Yea, and that was just to drop the case. You obviously don't know Detective Beckett all that well." Castle snorted.
"Doctor, I am not dropping this case and you know more than you let on. I’m an officer of the law. You are obligated to tell me." Kate leaned herself forward a bit and toward the difficult man, trying to get herself in front of him.
"'Obligated t-" The Doctor stopped and grabbed
Something Blue - Chapter 5
Chapter 5 - The Mad Man
Kate stood over her desk, gathering up photos of the victims, of the metal device they found on the latest one, and one finally sent by HHS to place in a manilla folder. A few moments before, she had arrested their mysterious man at St. Mary's Hospital after he somehow not only prevented their fourth victim, confirmed by having the same drugs in his system as the first three victims, from dying of a stroke, but also miraculously awoke him from his coma. She used the chance to call Ryan and Esposito to the hospital to question Mr. Simmons as she had her suspect taken to the precinct.
Back to the thought of this 'John Smith', Kate frowned as her suspicions of him seemed to only confuse her even more. Something was very off about him. The man looked utterly harmless, but she knew in her line of work looks could be deceptive. However her instincts seems to scream opposite remarks about 'Mr. Smith'. One hand, the look in his eyes when he pleaded her to help the man w
Something Blue - Chapter 4
Chapter 4 - Dr. Evil and the Time Traveling Aliens
Castle sat in his usual spot next to Kate's desk, sipping away at the coffee he brought back from The Old Haunt. He leaned back a little as he watched Beckett put up the new-found clues on to the murder board. To any untrained eye the board might have looked like an intricate web of chaos, but Rick knew how his fiance's mind worked. How she put the pieces together. In fact it much like how he put together clues in his novels. He smirks a little at the memory of Kate commenting on how his brainstorming web looked much like her murder board, except his wasn't real.
As Kate pulled back to lean against her desk, Castle could see the new pieces added to the web much more clearly now. Two more sketches of their suspect hung next to their original, all three slightly different but joined holding a more accurate description of this mysterious man. His face was rather angular with high cheekbones. One brow arched higher than the other hung over
Something Blue - Chapter 3
Chapter 3 - Strange Deaths
The scene was a mess. Yellow police tape marked off the crime scene from the bystanders and the vultures called reporters, crammed shoulder to shoulder, trying to get a glimpse of the police procedure. Rain began to drizzle lightly, bringing a slight relief to the heat, but also threatening her crime scene. Beckett took a moment to take in the sight of officers guarding the site as her mind relayed the previous two murders in her head.
Three days ago
"What do we have, Lanie?" Kate stood over the cold naked body of the victim, his skin pale under the harsh florescent lights of the morgue. He was a handsome man, his strong jaw chiseled like marble. He reminded her a bit like Gaston from the Beauty and the Beast movie, save for the slightly crooked nose that looked as if it broke a couple of times in his childhood. His sandy brown hair brushed back after rinse for autopsy preparation.
"Kelsey Harvard. A board member for St. Mary's Memorial Hospital." Lani
Something Blue - Chapter 02
Chapter 02 - Missing Words
Castle sat at his booth, staring at the blank document on his laptop. The change of scenery didn't seem to help him focus anymore than holding himself in his office like he always did when he worked on his current novel. Inspiration. He needed it more than ever. He needed something. Anything to stop the endless nothing that came as he tried to find the right phrases that expressed the wordless thoughts in his very being. Those thoughts that came every time he looked into those dark eyes or held those long dark waves of hair in his fist.
He glanced his eyes to the top corner of the screen. Eleven eighteen in the morning. Kate had been at her appointment with Jeffrey Hayes's assistant since about the beginning of the hour. Rick smirked at the thought of seeing his beloved detective walking down the aisle in a dress that would only enhance the physical features that he coveted so much of her. His mind's eyes wandered over the image of her body that he kept there
Something Blue - Chapter 01
Something out of this world has Detective Kate Becket and Richard Castle stumped as they solve a strange series of murders while planning their wedding. And when things can't get any more bizarre, they meet a odd man in a pinstripe suit with unkempt hair, babbling on about bio-psychic residue and alien technology. Who is this Doctor and will Kate finally believe in the impossible?
Chapter 1 - Something Blue
She stood there in the shop on top of the small pedestal as she stared into her reflection, her breath taken away. Rich chocolate-brown hair cascaded down her shoulders in loose and large curls, the tips brushing just the top of the crystal white, sleeveless dress. Stones trimmed the top and around her waist, down to a 'v' an inch or two below her naval. The silhouette of the dress clung around her curved hips and down, giving her just enough room to walk. She held her hands together in front of her waist, holding an imaginary bouquet. She could see that bright smil
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