A Jericho Fan Fiction Archive
It's hard to think rationally in a world gone mad.
She wanted answers. He wanted revenge.
Some things can't stay forgotten.
They hold on for as long as they can.
In the aftermath of their kiss on Main Street, Jake and Heather discover that artificial mistletoe can be quite potent.
They find each other in moments passing.
They hold the land in their grasp.
Heather’s point of view of the month following the kiss, and what leads to her statements to Jake in Black Jack. A companion piece to Five Times Passing.
My version of how Jake and Heather manage to go for a month without speaking after a kiss that good. This is from Jake’s POV, and is a companion piece to The View From the Bench.
The father takes the small package of food from the son’s pocket. He wraps two sheets of paper around it. He returns the mother's gift to her son to the pocket. The father can only hope the son accepts both small gifts.
A response to Black Jack Challenge #5.
What are Jake's thoughts about: "I'm crossword puzzles, and flannel pajamas, and the occasional light beer." A response to Black Jack Challenge #4.
Johnston offers Jake a little fatherly advice after Heather takes off for New Bern. Black Jack missing scene.
It comes down to a few choices: holding on to some things, letting go of others, and walking forward.
They meet for a standing date.
Two residents of Jericho play the role of polite strangers though they find themselves wanting more. Snapshots of scenes we should have seen in early season two.
What if circumstances were different, and Jake and Heather had met long before the school bus? An alternate version of Jericho in which Jake and Heather are married and expecting. A re-telling of the Jericho episode Heart of Winter.
They re-examine as they await their fate
They face the present for a moment.
They find themselves far from everything they've known.
They hold on to something they never expected to find in front of the fire.
Out with the old and in with the new! Should auld acquaintance be forgot and never brought to mind? The countdown begins as the denizens of Jericho ring in the new year.
Jake and Heather celebrate the first Valentine's Day after the bombs.
A dark and lonely road, a vehicular crash, a world he'd never dreamt of.
Facing the second Christmas after the world's end, the people of Jericho, Kansas look for the light.
Dale has a haunting dream one December night.