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For whom the (wedding) bell tolls...

Hello my darlings!

1.  I just read this awesome story where Rodney proposes to John and now I need to read more awesome stories where our favaourite hapless lovers propose to one another.  I don't care if it's a bumbling Rodney on bended knee to a stunned and (secretly) delighted Shep, or a stalwart Shep taking that fateful 'stroll down Hatton Gardens'* before asking for Rodders hand, so long as it's McShep to the MAX.

So bring the proposals, the weddings, the nuptual feasts complete with drunken uncles frightening the flower girls and the brides maid shagging the best man in the back of the wedding car.  I want some wedding action! 

Bonus points if it's romantic and sweet.

Double bonus points is there's a bit of porn too.  *g*


2. *fyi:  The Hatton Garden area of East London is home to about a hundred jewellers.  Almost everyone I knew who got engaged in London got their engagement rings there.  It's quite a pretty area and the main street is a wide, shabby, yet chic, tree lined avenue which I always think looks like something from a '50's rom-com starring Cary Grant.  It's pretty sigh enducing in other words.  This has nothing to do with McShep, other than I can SO see John as a Cary Grant-esque type in a '50's style Rom Com.  Can't you?  Anyone got anything like that they want to rec too?

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Get Married Already! festival for comment fic at sheafrotherdon's journal.
Thanks!
Here are the results of a couple of past searches for this very thing. :)

Oh, and you can also try Crossroads. On any given day (minute) it might not be working, but when it is...it's great.

----> McKay/Sheppard thematic fic index >> Marriage

Edited at 2008-05-05 01:01 pm (UTC)
Yay! Thank you very much!
If you want the actual proposal, I could not love Check One more.

If you want marriage fics, check under the "miscellaneous" tag in this comm, because I know there have been a few requests. I even made one a few weeks back! :)
I've linked her to your request, which is, in turn, linked to two others in the response comments. :)
This story is neither romantic nor sweet - but is very porny and funny. Get your own by Mithreon - here http://www.wraithbait.com/viewstory.php?sid=11488&index=1
http://community.livejournal.com/gpfg_studios/15361.html#cutid1

It's part of the Gay Porn for Girls Studios AU but you don't need to read the rest of the fics to get what's going on in this one.
I was just reading this (really good) one yesterday. Don't Tell by seperis.
Thanks! Looking forward to reading this!
I've composed this short rec list for a previous search here for this same topic, but as I still have it on hand might as well repost. :-)

Hohn and Rodney, the marrying kind:

Don't Tell by seperis, NC-17
Summary: And this is how you wake up married.
Rodney pops the question, and John almost hopes he's hallucinating:
"As I said, I've been thinking," Rodney continues, with a glare that reminds John that this is his only source of regular sex speaking. Only. Source. Of. Regular. Sex. So pay attention. "We've been dating six months."

So that's what they call this. John had thought it was called *fucking*. "I see."

"Obviously, we're compatible."

"Right."

"You don't snore, drool, or otherwise offend my sensibilities, and occasionally, you show some amount of intelligence. You don't demand excessive attention and clean up after yourself. Not to mention this is seriously the best sex of my life. I'd like to keep that."

John's tracking now. "And marriage--"

"Legally obligates you to perform regular conjugal duties."

Funny how, in all the weddings that John's ever attended, he's never heard that part. "Huh."


And you can never go wrong with proposals when you go the Harlequin route:

The Convenient Husband part 1 & part 2 by mz_bstone, AU, NC-17
Summary: A marriage of convenience has some very incovenient complications for Rodney, as he deals with the fact that he's still in love with John Sheppard.
John proposes with his usual aplomb:
"Well, I kind of need to get married, and I was thinking ... maybe you might just be the guy for me," John said finally, and Rodney started laughing so hard he fell off of the sofa.


Like Deep Pools of Glass by cerri44, AU, NC-17, humor and *crack*
Summary: "Rodney McKay was the richest man in the galaxy. [...] But Rodney knew there was something more."
In which Rodney wastes no time getting straight *cough* to business:
Most frightened, he asked the shepherd that made his heart tingle in this very pleasant way: "You're not into sheep though, are you?"

"No. My name is Sheppard. And I actually never spent much time thinking of sheep," he drawled sexily.

"Thank the heavens. Well, now that that's cleared up, you can become my husband and we can live happily ever after, with nine red convertibles," for Rodney had ordered four new ones for himself along with the two for the king - no king in no country should have more red convertibles than he had, "and citrus-free lemons."

"Wait a minute, we just met - we can't just get married. And I am just the queens's slave and I have a bad leg - I am not good enough for you, Rodney McKay."


Sting of Destiny by jade_dragoness, AU, PG-13
Summary: Dr. Rodney McKay has discovered that his treacherous assistant Kavanagh had deliberately lost the papers he needed to renew his research license inside the United States. And now there was no time to get the papers filed on time. He was going to lose his position at the University. And he was just about to make a break through in the field wormhole research that would revolutionize all of manned space travel for all time! In the middle of this despair, test-pilot John Sheppard offers him a simple solution. Marry an American.
Rodney proposes, a lot, which makes John laugh, a lot:
Still smiling hard enough to make Rodney wonder why his face wasn‘t splitting, Sheppard said, “That has got to be a record. 278 rejections in 24 hours.”

Sheppard shook his head in disbelief. Then shot Rodney a mischievous look, “And just think that you could have avoided all that if you had just stuck around last night.”

Rodney groaned. “And how exactly would staying in that bar have helped me?”

“Well,” Sheppard’s eyes grew heated. “I would have told you that I could marry you.”
I've composed this for a prev. search, but a repost is not bad. :-)

Hohn and Rodney, the marrying kind:

Don't Tell by seperis, NC-17
Summary: And this is how you wake up married.
Rodney pops the question, and John almost hopes he's hallucinating:
"As I said, I've been thinking," Rodney continues, with a glare that reminds John that this is his only source of regular sex speaking. Only. Source. Of. Regular. Sex. So pay attention. "We've been dating six months."

So that's what they call this. John had thought it was called *fucking*. "I see."

"Obviously, we're compatible."

"Right."

"You don't snore, drool, or otherwise offend my sensibilities, and occasionally, you show some amount of intelligence. You don't demand excessive attention and clean up after yourself. Not to mention this is seriously the best sex of my life. I'd like to keep that."

John's tracking now. "And marriage--"

"Legally obligates you to perform regular conjugal duties."

Funny how, in all the weddings that John's ever attended, he's never heard that part. "Huh."


And you can never go wrong with proposals when you go the Harlequin route:

The Convenient Husband part 1 & part 2 by mz_bstone, AU, NC-17
Summary: A marriage of convenience has some very incovenient complications for Rodney, as he deals with the fact that he's still in love with John Sheppard.
John proposes with his usual aplomb:
"Well, I kind of need to get married, and I was thinking ... maybe you might just be the guy for me," John said finally, and Rodney started laughing so hard he fell off of the sofa.


Like Deep Pools of Glass by cerri44, AU, NC-17, humor and *crack*
Summary: "Rodney McKay was the richest man in the galaxy. [...] But Rodney knew there was something more."
In which Rodney wastes no time getting straight *cough* to business:
Most frightened, he asked the shepherd that made his heart tingle in this very pleasant way: "You're not into sheep though, are you?"

"No. My name is Sheppard. And I actually never spent much time thinking of sheep," he drawled sexily.

"Thank the heavens. Well, now that that's cleared up, you can become my husband and we can live happily ever after, with nine red convertibles," for Rodney had ordered four new ones for himself along with the two for the king - no king in no country should have more red convertibles than he had, "and citrus-free lemons."

"Wait a minute, we just met - we can't just get married. And I am just the queens's slave and I have a bad leg - I am not good enough for you, Rodney McKay."


Sting of Destiny by jade_dragoness, AU, PG-13
Summary: Dr. Rodney McKay has discovered that his treacherous assistant Kavanagh had deliberately lost the papers he needed to renew his research license inside the United States. And now there was no time to get the papers filed on time. He was going to lose his position at the University. And he was just about to make a break through in the field wormhole research that would revolutionize all of manned space travel for all time! In the middle of this despair, test-pilot John Sheppard offers him a simple solution. Marry an American.
Rodney proposes, a lot, which makes John laugh, a lot:
Still smiling hard enough to make Rodney wonder why his face wasn‘t splitting, Sheppard said, “That has got to be a record. 278 rejections in 24 hours.”

Sheppard shook his head in disbelief. Then shot Rodney a mischievous look, “And just think that you could have avoided all that if you had just stuck around last night.”

Rodney groaned. “And how exactly would staying in that bar have helped me?”

“Well,” Sheppard’s eyes grew heated. “I would have told you that I could marry you.”