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by: Nox (Send Feedback)
Series: - No Series - #1
Chapters: 001 Word Count: 418
Warning(s): Other (See Author's Note)
Character(s): Timothy McGee
Category(ies): Episode Related
Episode(s): 4-09 Twisted Sister
Summary: They left this part of who they were unexamined.
Author Notes: A/N: Warning, Incest.
A/N: I canít believe I just wrote this, it came to me after watching the episode involving Sarah McGee and the damn bunny just sat there and looked at me, I had to write it and here it is, possibly the most squickless piece Iíve written.
Tim gathered Sarah up in his arms and bundled her into the car. He watched as Tony lay his hand on the cheerleaderís head in the typical cop pose, protecting her as he pushed her into the backseat.
There was always that fear with Tony, that innate jealousy and tense anxiety, which made him feel more the Victorian man then the trappings of his writing. Tony, Tony made him want to lock up his womenfolk. He wanted to hide Sarah, keep her from Tony, keep her to himself, he didnít want to share her with others, their mere knowing of her claimed a part of her, a part that Tim wanted kept to himself.
He had lost her once, to the sailor and then he had almost lost her permanently, forever, to lost memory and imagined guilt.
His hand was on her shoulder as they walked into his apartment, possessive, claiming.
As soon as the door shut behind them he pushed her against the wall, his lips on hers, his hands on her waist. Sarah submitted, as she always had, opening her mouth beneath his.
He was touching her, hands never leaving her body, he needed to have her, claim her, convince himself that she was here, she was safe, she was his.
Sarah couldnít remember when this had started, she couldnít remember a day when Tim had touched her and she had allowed it. It wasnít one day, it was all days, everyday, so much of who they were together, that they never carried any guilt, any background disgust, it was just who they were.
She had always felt as though those around them had an understanding of what they were together, somewhere, hidden, rationalised, understood and yet ignored so as to hold onto reality.
She tried not to think on it too much, about what they were, what they could never be. She knew that even Tim, analytical as he was, lost his rationality when confronted with what they were.
So they both ignored it, left this part of who they were unexamined, behind closed doors and under the cover of wilful ignorance.
MTAC - NCIS Fic