Miraculous Series by Mountainphile

62,000 words

Book Cover: Miraculous Series by Mountainphile

Miraculous Manifestation: Scully and Mulder, while in pursuit of a miracle, uncover the one that already exists between them...

Miraculous: Waiting in Motion: After leaving the miraculous hot spring, dark secrets emerge as Scully and Mulder explore an x-file on a remote mountaintop...

Miraculous: Signs of Life: A frantic ride into the night leads Scully to witness the greatest miracle of her life...

I haven't had a chance to re-read this one, and I lost some of the tags, so I hope the tags I guessed are correct.  I really only remember the scene in the hot spring. 😉 

I've used the collages by Amy and Vered to make the cover. The top and bottom image are by Amy from Haven and the middle image is by VeredGF.

Diametrically Opposed by Mountainphile

108,000 words

Book Cover: Diametrically Opposed by Mountainphile
Part of the Synchronicity Universe series:

Mulder and Scully investigate the mysterious disappearance of a college student in Ohio.  Circumstances demand that they work from divergent ends of the spectrum, unearthing old wounds while opening new doors to the truth.

This isn't so much a sequel to Seeds of Synchronicity, but it is set in the same universe. They can be read independently.

Mountainphile's come up with another story that puts Ten Thirteen to shame with 'Diametrically Opposed'.  Not only does this have an intricate plot and heaps of action, it also questions Mulder's uncharacteristic acceptance of the walk-ins as Samantha's fate in Closure.  Plus, I LOVE a story where Scully's right in the action while Mulder's caught up following questionable leads.  Although technically set in Season 8, it assumes Requiem never happened.

Seeds of Synchronicity by Mountainphile

91,000 words

Book Cover: Seeds of Synchronicity by Mountainphile
Part of the Synchronicity Universe series:

Six years after the events of "Aubrey," Scully and Mulder revisit the Missouri town to confront old demons and lay new ones to rest.

Mountainphile takes us back to the town of Aubrey late in Season 7,  where murders continue despite their solving the case way back in Season 2.  She also manages to tie some mytharc-related Scully angst in, all while Mulder and Scully are attempting the navigate recent changes to their relationship.  I'm in awe of authors who can write complex plotlines whilst keeping our heroes in character and tossing in some angsty sexytimes, and  Mountainphile is definitely awesome.  It's this clever use of the characters that I wish we'd seen more of on screen at the time in place of episodes like Fight Club. Whilst in canon the mytharc got out of control with as much as possible crammed into double- or triple-eps, I would have liked to have seen the occasional monster of the week eps include a little aspect of it here and there in the way Mountainphile's done it, rather than a massive dump of ever-changing overly-complex mytharc a few times each season.  But that could just be me. 🙂 

Bonnie's Original Collage