Between The Raindrops- A Johnlock Fanfiction (Sequel to Beside You)

Between The Raindrops- A Johnlock Fanfiction (Sequel to Beside You)

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the rest: rust&stardust By SherlockedDoors Updated Jan 14, 2014

(Sequel to 'Beside You- A Johnlock Fanfiction')
Now, finally reunited and married, the consulting detective takes his blogger for a honeymoon in Paris- but not is all as it seems, because awaiting amongst the enchanting sights and blissful haze is a figure from the past, who has news of a new nemesis who wishes to topple their newfound paradise in search of bloodthirsty revenge. To top things off, the new couple begin to wonder how thin is the line between the future and the past when a strange midnight incident occurs at Saint-Michel, triggering a new, shattering string of events- and buried memories. Some of which should have remained buried for much longer...


(Inspired by the song 'Between The Raindrops' by Lighthouse and Natasha Bedingfield. Contains major fluff.)

  • adler
  • bbc
  • bondlock
  • book2
  • boyxboy
  • destiel
  • fanfiction
  • fluff
  • foreshadowing
  • gay
  • girlxgirl
  • harrene
  • harryxirene
  • irene
  • john
  • johnandsherlock
  • johnlock
  • johnxsherlock
  • lestrolly
  • lgbt
  • lighthouse
  • moffat
  • parentlock
  • paris
  • sequel
  • sherlock
  • superwholock
  • trolololol
I'VE BEEN TO ALL THESE PLACES HOLYSHIT THIS IS THE BEST. I want to go baaaaaaaack
Just got a brag a little here but when I went to Paris we stayed in a hotel based around French movie stars and honestly it was so cool.
Dude Disneyland Paris is honestly one of my favourite places. Everything is so close together, and even though I've visited Disney World; which was magical in of itself and was one of my favourite times despite the blistering heat, I really love Disneyland Paris. It makes me so happy.
TomboyPegacorn TomboyPegacorn Nov 27, 2017
They drunk Alot of coffee.... I think we'd get along quite nicely
For clarification, when I flew to paris it took about two hours.
I've been to Paris twice now and honestly it takes my breath away. This is the first time I've reread this book after visiting the city; so everything is going to be far more emmersive :)