The first and last lines from the last ten fics I wrote.
1. Wishing and Hoping
First line-Ianto watched the dancing from his position as temporary DJ, wondering how he could ensure that Gwen Cooper never returned from her honeymoon.
Last line-He’d see Cardiff burn first.
2. Time Flies
Reservoir Dogs-Mr. Orange/OFC
First line-One pack of cigarettes.
Last line-And why shouldn't he have some fun along the way?
3. Weren't You The Boy Who Used To Live Next Door?
First line-Claire Bennet really was a beautiful girl.
Last line-“Have you ever heard of The Company?"
4. Don't Leave Me This Way
Torchwood-Ianto/Captain John Hart
First line-It’s a bloody nightmare, Ianto thought, watching Jack walk away toward that blue box and the man standing inside it, but even the fact that it had to be that particular man, wasn’t the worst part.
Last line-Things were definitely going to change.
5. Social Call
House MD-Wilson/Bonnie gen-fic
First line-Hector came running to the door to greet him, barking maniacally, even though Wilson had never been to the condo before.
Last line-Just not today.
Alias-Jack Bristow/Michael Vaughn
First line-When had pain turned into pleasure?
Last line-He wasn't sure when the pain had turned into the pleasure, but he’d always know the exact moment it turned back.
Torchwood/Dr Who-Jack/Et al
First line-This time he doesn’t bother making a flashy entrance, unless you count showing up at the hub with Mickey on one arm and Martha on the other.
Last line-He can wait.
First line-Jack hates having to do this to anyone.
Last line-It really is a tragedy.
9. Command Perfomance
First line-This, he thought, watching the general euphoria continue to unfold around him, this was where he wanted to spend the rest of his life, right here in the TARDIS surrounded by people who had known and loved the Doctor.
Last line-Jack hoped she’d enjoy them as much as he would.
10. Talk Talk
RPS-John Barrowman/David Tennant
First line-“Can’t we work something out? Pay for some extra security, so we can keep them out of the street?”
Last line-“That it is, laddie, that it is.”