Three Things Chapter 1: I'm Sorry, a cold case fanfic | FanFiction
Rated: Fiction T - English - Romance - Lilly R., Scotty V. - Chapters: 27 After a moment of stubborn refusal, Lilly responded to his kiss, snaking a hand He reckoned Rush wouldn't let him down, and I quote, 'she'll jus' pop. Great memorable quotes and script exchanges from the Cold Case, Season Scotty: Hearing you loud and clear boss. They'd better still be out there. Lilly: And when the boy you like would rather kill himself than kiss you, that feels bad too. Scotty Valens was a Philly homicide detective and Lilly Rush's partner. They remained in a relationship of sorts, living together at times, but her frequent.
What she'd said had hurt him, more than what he'd said had hurt her, and she knew she'd overstepped the mark. Lilly turned away and took a couple of steps before stopping, wanting to hear what Jeffries had to say. Fortunately, he let whatever had just happened slide. That's where he was goin' to school," Scotty replied. Lilly knew to anyone else it would sound like he was okay, but she could hear the reluctance in his voice.
That Sarah and Colin were gettin' to be too much for him. Lilly glanced around, and saw Scotty hadn't moved.
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She quickly turned away again as he looked at her, and she took a few more steps towards the doors. Part of her wanted him to follow her, knowing the longer they left it the harder it would be to get things back to normal between them, but part of her wanted him to leave her alone in fear of what else they might say. She carried on walking, pushing the glass doors open and moving out into the cool Philadelphia air. Although she'd driven to work that morning, Lilly felt the walk home would do better for her.
She unlocked the front door and stepped inside, grateful for the warmth that greeted her.
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Closing and locking the door behind her, she slipped off her shoes and coat before sitting down on the couch. She smiled when Olivia and Tripod jumped up beside her and mewed quietly as the detective ran her hands through the cats' soft fur. She leaned across and switched the lamp on, then stood up and made her way to the kitchen. She opened the fridge, followed by the cupboard, frowning when she realized she wasn't hungry, but didn't have any food even if she was.
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Gotta get food, she thought. Guess a drink'll have to do. Pouring herself a glass of water, she took a few sips then returned to the living room.
She placed the glass down beside the phone, her hand hovering above the receiver for a few seconds before she picked it up. She dialed the number that she knew by heart and sat down. The dull dial tone seemed never-ending, and she groaned when she was met with the answer machine message.
She took a deep breath, knowing she could hang up, but also that he'd see her number come up as a missed call and know she'd chickened out. Scotty has held onto this belief ever since, insisting on keeping a box on Elisa with the other cold cases, despite everyone else's belief that her apparent suicide was just that. Once, on a tip from Anna, Scotty questioned a possible suspect in Elisa's case, but to his disappointment, it turned into a dead end.
Shortly after Elisa's death, a still-grieving Scotty found comfort with Lilly's sister, Christina Rush.
What started as a one night stand grew into a relationship of sorts, with Christina helping draw Scotty out of his grief. Their relationship quickly turned into co-habitation after Christina was kicked out by Lilly, though their relationship came to a quick end after Christina was fingered for credit card fraud by NYPD Detective Mark Phillips.
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Phillips picked up on Scotty's lingering grief over Elisa, suggesting that he must be going through some rough times to not see Christina for what she was despite being a cop. As it turned out, Phillips's instincts were correct; despite Scotty's insistence that Christina was innocent of any wrongdoing, he returned home to find a note from her indicating that she had gone on the run to avoid the warrant out for her arrest.
A brief flirtation with Detective Josie Sutton after she transferred to homicide in September of didn't lead to anything, as she took a leave of absence and apparently transferred out shortly thereafter. Both were very upfront and confrontational, which led to them clashing heads over more than one case, including that of Clayton Hathawaywho had been molested and killed by a pedophile, and who's wrongly convicted father was taking revenge by throwing pedophiles off of roofs to their deaths.
Scotty, having witnessed his older brother's molestation years earlier, felt little sympathy to convicted pedophiles, whereas ADA Thomas, whose office was in danger of backlash for the murders of these pedophiles who they had convicted, advocated doing everything possible to ensure their safety, including removal of access to the Megan's Law website where Hathaway was procuring their names and addresses.
After Scotty unknowingly tipped off the homicidal vigilante Mitch Hathaway the identity of his son's murderer in a moment of anger and carelessness, the suspect was also nearly thrown off a roof by Hathaway. After being angrily confronted by Scotty, the two began an affair in late The two pretended to barely tolerate each other in public but were very passionate behind closed doors.
Just as it seemed their affair was turning into a relationship, Scotty's willingness to bend the rules in facor of victims clashed with Alex's dedication to her job when she revealed to her boss and later the FBI that a mad bomber had missed his intended target a detail that Lieutenant Stillman wanted kept quietleading the FBI to publically announce the information and form a task force with the Philly PD to stop the bomber.
As Scotty predicted, this led the bomber to make another attempt on this victim's life, nearly killing his family, which Scotty blamed Alex for. This apparently marked the end of their relationship.
Months later, Scotty expressed interest in a young lab technician named Frankie Rafferty. Unfortunately that relationship soon hit a roadblock as well, when Scotty discovered Frankie was married, albeit separated, after a confrontation with her estranged husband Billy Rafferty.
Scotty was eventually able to reconcile with Frankie, but was disappointed when Frankie told him she and Billy were going to attempt to repair their marriage. Frankie neverless consoled Scotty after Will Jeffries was shot and the two apparently slept together something Scotty would later regret. A month later, Frankie told Scotty she and Billy were divorcing. Scotty, however, had grown weary of their "back and forth" relationship and decided to end things.
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