jackxwill - pirates of the caribbean slash

kHo


Title: Alcohol Induced Sabbatical
Pairings: J/W, W/J/E
Rated: NC-17
Summary: It crept up on her slowly that the feelings she was having watching them were of a somewhat naughty nature. She found herself fidgeting in her chair a bit as Will leaned against Jack with a wide smile on his face and Jack winked at him in what seemed to be a private way.


Title: Chivalry
Pairing: Jack/Will
Rated: PG-13
Summary: Will needs a good talking to about his lady love, and Jack's just the man with no inhibitions to do it.


Title: Correspondence
Pairings: J/W, W/E, E/J
Rating: PG
Summary: Elizabeth is adjusting to her new life as a stay at home wife and mother, but Will is not doing quite so well.


Title: Diversionary Techniques
Pairing: Jack/Will
Rated: PG-13
Summary:  Angry is something Jack can deal with, this look of betrayal isn’t. 


Title: Due to the Fault of Eve
Pairing: Jack/Will
Rated: R
Summary: Will's not heard of Adam's Apple before, but he's not soon to forget.


Title: First Mate
Pairing: Jack/Will
Rated: PG-13
Summary: Will barely has time to get his eyes open before he realizes he's no longer alone in bed. He turns his head quickly to see a mop of black dreaded hair and a flash of teeth glint at him.


Title: His Father's Son
Pairing: J/W implied, J/Bill implied
Rated: PG
Summary: He's not the same, really. Not hardly at all, in fact. Perhaps some day he will be, but not nearly yet.


Title: Jellyfish
Pairing: Jack/Wil
Rated: PG
Summary: Sometimes the most beautiful things are the most dangerous, even when they don't mean to be.


Title: Kissing Men
Pairing: Jack/Will
Rated: PG-13
Summary: Will finds out something about Jack that simultaneously frightens him and makes him curious.


Title: Marianne with the Nasty Tongue
Pairing: Jack/Will, implied Jack/Bootstrap
Rated: PG-13 for slashiness
Summary: That's when it clicked for Will. It hadn't been anger, it had been jealousy. Jealousy that it was Bootstrap Bill Turner that once again had gotten somewhere before him. He'd gotten to freedom before him. He'd gotten to treasures before him. He'd gotten to manhood before him. He'd gotten to the Pearl before him. And, what seemed to sting the most, was that he'd gotten to Jack before him.


Title: My Turn
Pairing: Jack/Will, J/E, W/E, etc.
Rated: PG-13
Summary: It's Will's turn to throw caution to the wind, to grasp what he wishes he could have but knows he shouldn't, consequences be damned.


Title: Of Fault and Responsibility
Pairing: J/W, Will's POV
Rated: R
Summary: Will makes the first move, but it's all Jack's fault.


Title: On High Seas
Pairing: Jack/Will
Rating: PG-13
Summary: Summary: It's not that Jack Sparrow is incapable of love, it's that the only love he's sure of is his love of the sea. He's too smart to think that fairytale romances can ever happen. Love is lust and infatuation and obsession, all rolled up into one messy, incongruent, ever-maddening ball of inevitable hurt.
Part 1: Longing
Part 2: Degrees of Decency
Part 3: Cleverness
Drabble: Late One Night
Part 4: Two Jacks
Insert: Love Just Is
Part 5: Burden


Title: Seven Holy Virtues, Seven Deadly Sins
Pairings: J/W, W/E
Rating: PG
Summary: Jack's no saint, nor does he pretend to be.


Title: Stubborn
Pairing: Jack/Will
Rated: R
Summary: Will Turner was ready for his first foray into true piratical adventures whether or not Jack deemed him so.


Title: Tell Me When You're Sober
Pairing: Jack/Will, Jack/Bootstrap
Rated: PG 13
Summary: Most of the time the resemblance was scarce enough for Jack to forget. Most of the time, William the First and William the Second were two wholly separate entities that only shared the same name. And eyes. And mouth. And hair.


Title: That Way
Pairing: Jack/Will
Rated: R
Summary: Jack, Will and a door. Smut… pure and simple. What’s it called? PWP?


Title: Through a Veil
Pairing: Jack/Will
Rated: PG-13
Summary: Sometimes he looks at me with a great sadness in his eyes, and that's not something one who knows him expects from Jack Sparrow. One expects amusement, annoyance sometimes too, and rarely anger, but not sadness.