Writing Master List

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I enjoy writing and use it as an outlet. These stories use an original character, created by Carrington Brahms, along with established characters from the world of celebrity, television, and movies. Any original character similarity to a real person is coincidental.

I do not personally know any of the celebrities, their families or any person or persons who represent or work with them.  These works are fiction and are due to an overactive imagination.

TV Show Fan Fiction:

Unraveled Secrets 

  • Status:   Complete
  • Story Type:  Drama, Angst

Story based on the TV Show NCIS.  The story follows Jillian Harris, a JAG officer investigating a drug operation inside the Navy.  Her investigation puts her in danger and she learns that the drug operation has some powerful people behind it and it hits a little too close to home.

Chris Evans Fan Fiction:

  • The Assistant

  • Status:   Removed
  • Story Type:  Drama, Angst

Grace has become the personal assistant to Chris on the set of Avengers: Age of Ultron. The two start a relationship but it is not nearly as simple as it may seem.  What happens when your past makes it hard for you to move forward?

Harper McDonald has had to deal with so much, and she is dealing with the latest personal crisis when she has a chance encounter with Chris Evans.  Can she open her heart and can her life begin to turn around?

Carter Gray is an analyst assigned to a Marine outpost in Afghanistan to review military protocols.   She has a hard time getting along with the CO of the outpost, Captain Chris Evans.  Sparks fly and egos clash – when battles test them, how do they respond?  (AU Chris Evans story)

Mallory Turner returned to Boston and he was not ready for the secret she had been hiding all these years.  Can they move past it and rekindle their feelings for one another or will they be over for good?

  • Just a Small Town Girl

  • Status:  Complete
  • Story Type:  Fluff, Humor (Sparked by 5-minute writing challenge)

Daisy Proctor is a small-town girl who wins a once in a lifetime trip to Los Angeles for the premiere of Captain America: Civil War.   Antics ensue when she meets the star of the movie and they play a game of cat and mouse.

Sabrina Burnham is a successful architect in the city of Chicago. She has power, influence, and most certainly get what she wants without hesitation.  When her best friend and general counsel, Audrey Clarke, introduces her to Chris Evans, the sparks fly immediately.  The two are taken with one another even though they don’t act on their attraction.

They finally do give in and while it is hot and they can’t deny their feelings, they realize they need to keep it casual.  Neither one of them has the capacity for a serious long-term relationship with their workload.  But what happens when those feelings emerge and they aren’t honest with one another about them?

Both of them are left with Structural Damage

 

 

 

©2015  Carrington Brahms
Self Published
carrington.brahms@gmail.com

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. These works contain material protected under International and Federal Copyright Laws and Treaties. Any unauthorized reprint or use of this material is prohibited. No part of these works may be reproduced in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or by any information storage and retrieval system without express written permission from the author and publisher.

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