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Summary: When Boromir returns from the Ring Quest, the brothers finally decide to be a little bold, and each discovers his long-hidden passion for the other is fully reciprocated.

But! Neither has ever been with a man before, and Boromir, being the caring protective brother, gets himself totally convinced that he will horribly hurt Faramir if they actually try to have full-blown sex. So for quite some time they stick to a superficial light-duty routine, Boromir resolutely defying all of Faramir’s attempts to make him reconsider.

Eventually Faramir gets so frustrated (and sex-depraved), that he shares his plight with Aragorn, who is by then a close friend of both brothers, and is well aware that they have a thing.

Now, Aragorn, who is very experienced, comes up with a practical solution. He will come to the brothers’ bedroom, and demonstrate to Boromir that Faramir does not get harmed by being taken.

Perhaps this could develop into a three-some…
Categories: Lord of the Rings Slash, Book Verse Slash Characters: Aragorn, Boromir, Faramir
Summary: Faramir is annoyed by Aragorn’s inability to comprehend why it bothers him so much that the King shares his bed with other men besides Faramir. Yes, Aragorn grew up with the Elves, whose ways are freer – but Faramir is no Elf. And the Steward decides to give Aragorn a dose of his own medicine by spending a night with – you decide who. In the end I would like one of them to see the other’s point – but whether it is Aragorn or Faramir who changes his views is up to you.
Categories: Lord of the Rings Slash, Book Verse Slash Characters: Aragorn, Faramir
Summary: Let’s have some weirdness. Aragorn has an evil twin-brother, who looks exactly like him and whom Aragorn had been trying to keep in secret all his life – for obvious reasons. But the man follows the new King to Minas Tirith – and all hell breaks loose…
Categories: Lord of the Rings Slash, Book Verse Slash Characters: Aragorn
Summary: Young Faramir takes refuge in the Golden Wood. Young Faramir (make him as young as 10 or 11 if you like), being chased by Orcs, or fleeing from abuse at home, eventually finds himself on the outskirts of Lothlorien. He is captured by the vigilant Elven guards (who are not particularly fond of strangers, as we remember…) and brought for questioning to the Lord and Lady of the Wood. But Galadriel sees he is but a frightened unfortunate boy, and takes pity on him. She places him under her protection, and he stays in Lorien in a position of something like her page. So Faramir’s youth passes with the Elves, he learns their tongue, their ways and their arts, and grows to fit in quite well. By the time he is around 16-18, he also grows to be very fair, alluring and provocatively unspoilt – and the Lady does not fail to notice that… So she thinks that to make his education complete, she ought to teach him some other things besides walking the tight-rope and shooting a squirrel in the eye. The lessons turn out so enjoyable for both parties, that Faramir soon turns into her habitual lover. Now, Celeborn… He finds it all very amusing for a while, and does not begrudge his wife her current entertainment: Galadriel is an eccentric woman, after all, and this mortal boy she has selected for a sex-toy is, admittedly, a commendable choice. But at some point the Elven-lord begins to get annoyed and even jealous (of whom…?) – and decides to take action. The term ‘action’, of course, has a multitude of meanings… Where it all goes from there is entirely up to you. Bonus points for having each part of the story presented from one of the three character’s POV, giving different perspectives on the situation – although of course I’d be more than thrilled to get a classical third-person narration as well.
Categories: Lord of the Rings Slash, Book Verse Slash, Book-verse Characters: Celeborn, Faramir, Galadriel
Summary: Steward Faramir inadvertently trespasses on Beorn’s lands. Faramir is en route to Dale on a diplomatic mission, but some mishap gets him off the course, he loses his companions, his horse, and ends up wandering into Beorn’s homestead. Now, that would obviously not be the Beorn Bilbo had met, but rather his grandson. Well, no difference: like father like son, etc. Suspicious, unfriendly, gruff, proud and independent, dark-haired, very tall and very strong – you get the picture. Faramir would not get a very warm welcome – perhaps Beorn’s dogs would chew him up a bit, or even the owner himself would cuff him a couple of times before deciding to give the strange visitor a chance to explain himself. A notch more hospitable this time, Beorn offers the Gondorian Steward to have some rest after the long road, and also heal his new cuts and bruises. After a couple of days, when the men get a little used to each other, Faramir begins to suspect Beorn’s reserved disposition is simply the other side of his loneliness and distrust. Well, I suppose it is understandable where things would go from there… One smutty little detail before I wrap this up. Beorn is tall. Very tall. Like, er, you know what I’m hinting at…
Categories: Lord of the Rings Slash, Book Verse Slash, Book-verse Characters: Beorn, Faramir
Summary: Playing a game of truth-or-dare, young Boromir and Faramir end up daring each other to go see what’s in that high tower where their father seems to spend so many nights. They discover the palanthir. Spurred on by each other’s teasing remarks and generally intrigued, they look into it together. Well, guess what, it shows them making love to each other – something neither had even thought of before. Of course there is shock and bewilderment, and awkward laughter – but afterwards each finds the images to be permanently stuck in his head…
Categories: Book Verse Slash, Lord of the Rings Slash Characters: Boromir, Faramir
Summary: Faramir and Eowyn are experimenting with spicing up their intimate life. After some milder things, Faramir dares confess his fantasy of bringing a third party into their marital bed. To his delight and rather strong surprise, his wife is not insulted at all, but greets the idea with such enthusiasm that even promises to arrange everything herself. Imagine the degree Faramir’s surprise reaches when she brings along not another Rohirrim lady, like he had assumed by default that she would – but, as you have guessed, another man. But, well, much as he is bewildered, Faramir cannot call it off, for she had accepted his desire to lie with two women simultaneously – he has to play fair… It can’t be any of their blood relatives, but any other Man – or Elf – is fine.
Categories: Lord of the Rings Slash, Book Verse Slash Characters: Eowyn, Faramir
Summary: After struggling for a year, Aragorn and Faramir eventually break up, Aragorn having found it all a little too complicated, given Faramir’s well-known issues. But then, as the King witnesses his ex-lover develop a new, and obviously wholesome and happy relationship with someone else, he begins to have second thoughts…
Categories: Lord of the Rings Slash, Book Verse Slash Characters: Aragorn, Faramir