We Get So Happy With the Hearts That We Break by mytimehaspassed He plays the piano sometimes. Like he used to, with hands that are not his father’s. With hands that don’t belong to him.
Bittersweet twincest and bittersweet T.J. characterisation.When The Music Stops by waferkyaSitting there behind the piano, playing at Douglas' engagement party, — that's both the best and the worst thing T.J. has done in a while.
This is a lovely read with minor twincest, and anyway, it's T.J. so you should read it either way.give and take by radiophile "You got all the good parts, and I got all the bad parts."
A short, bittersweet piece of twincest and character insight.The last good kiss you had (was years ago) by afterism TJ's fifteen and a hundred thousand people have just found out he's gay.
A piece about T.J. growing up and his coming out. Although there's a dash of twincest in there, I'd especially rec this for the T.J. charaterisation, because it's wonderful and sad and perfect.The Disorient Express by screamlet T.J. thinks he'll blame youth-obsessed Western culture for making him ashamed to admit that his grandmother is his best friend.
[gen] Takes place after the events of the show. Grandma Margaret takes T.J., Doug and Anne on a tour through Europe. Lots of family feels and snark ensue. The voices are spot on and seriously, I just wanted to squish everyone in this fic and never let go.In Ascension, By Descent by lorax The pattern of Doug and T.J.'s lives were set even before they set foot in the White House. Somewhere along the way, things changed.
[gen] A lengthy, wonderful
fic about T.J. and Doug growing up in the White House and them being BROTHERS, growing apart and trying to grow back together again and it's just such wonderful character development and you have
to read this.