James Griffith | thesicknessmaybemine
Sherlock and James have been together for a little over six months; there’s not a lot they don’t know about each other. Sherlock can’t tell you the reasons that it was James he fell for, and not someone who would, on the surface, be more interesting, because he doesn’t know them himself. He loves James, with all his heart, and does his damnest every day not to think about the fact that he is still dying, whatever Sherlock hopes.
Emery Cavanaugh | teinesmuirich
The ex-police woman used to unnerve Sherlock. A lot. Unnerve and interest in equal amounts. There’s a lot about her past he can’t quite figure out, and he fully plans to somehow. They aren’t quite friends, but slowly, they’re becoming indifferent to each other’s company. And that is friendship, according to Sherlock.
Campbell Bain | thetruththatshouldbe
Cam is… quite unlike anyone Sherlock has met before. And not just because of his mood swings. He isn’t the sort of person Sherlock would normally wish to be around at all. But the Scot persisted, and for some reason, Sherlock allowed him too. He does consider him a friend. But he wouldn’t admit that. Not ever.
Jim Moriarty | jimthewebspinner
Jim is the most powerful and, dare he say it, interesting person in the country, and Sherlock counts him as his. Their relationship is not healthy, not in any sense, but in their own warped and twisted ways, they are suited for one another. And they need each other, although neither of them will ever admit to such a ‘weakness’.
John Watson | thedevilsblogger
Sherlock doesn’t know what their relationship is. There’s a past, but it’s not his. He’ll just have to slip himself into John’s life if he wants to continue getting to know him.
John Watson | thatarmydoctor
Their one night stand nearly ruined any relationship they could have had, but Sherlock finds himself liking the doctor. He could be intersting. And he is good in bed. There’s no two ways to put that.
Victor Trevor | mr-trevor
It had been five years since they properly saw each other, and things have changed. Now that he’s back in his life, though, Sherlock is determined not to let Victor go. He was, and still could be, the best and closest friend he ever had, and he can’t let that go again. Not that he’d ever admit to feeling such a way.
Gregory Lestrade | inspectorgregorylestrudel
The first police officer to ever take Sherlock seriously, and to actually let him properly help on a case, Sherlock probably owes him more than he’d care to admit. He’s terrified of the moment that Lestrade finds out about his less legal habits, and hopes to avoid it for as long as he can. Without the cases, he has very little.
Ethan Smiles | fortifiedsmiles
They met once in a bar, and god, he’s irritating. Good-looking, but a persistant little bugger. Sherlock will keep him around if only to argue with on occasion, and while there’s a moderate amount of sexual tension, neither has acted on it yet. Get the pair drunk and pissed off enough, though, and who knows?
John Watson | jhwjohnwatson
Sherlock hadn’t even known that John lived across the hallway. Or he’d known and not cared. He can’t remember now. After everything John has done for him, though, he’s just glad he knocked. And he just hopes that this time, he can stay clean for him.