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Summary: Drabbles and ficlets written for the FFA or just for fun. Crossovers included but not limited to Stargate, Constantine, Supernatural, Anita Blake, Smallville, Torchwood, Dr. Who, Burn Notice, NCIS and Alias.

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Multiple Crossings > General > Ficlet Collections - Other(Moderator)AvaFR155019,832516366,92011 Mar 0727 Jan 12Yes

NOTE: This chapter is rated FR13

The Right Thing (Graham/Stargate)

Title :: The Right Thing
Word Count :: 200
Disclaimer :: I do not own these characters and no profit is being made from the use of them.
Challenge :: 71 ‘a truth and a lie’ from tthdrabbles
FFA :: Graham Miller/Adria

The Right Thing

He had respected women all his life, followed them in and outside of the military. His mother had been the first, taking the reins of the family after him and his brothers lost their father to the Gulf War.

He had followed Maggie Walsh with the blindness of someone who just wanted to do the right thing. He then followed Buffy Summers out of the Initiative compound with heavy feet and lifted spirits as he watched her clear a path through the destruction he’d helped to create.

He had followed Samantha Carter into battle against the Ori, followed her orders to best of his capabilities as the planet they had come to help evacuate was invaded. He lost his team following those orders but still attempting to do the right thing.

A slim figure knelt before him, brown eyes locking with his as Adria ran a gentle hand along the side of his face. Her lips quirked and she leaned closer to him, dark hair spilling forward over her shoulders to frame Adria's delicate features as her eyes sparked.

“Tell me more of this Slayer.”

And he did, because he respected her, believed in her. This was the right thing.

The End.
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