Fandoms: Leverage / White Collar.
Title: The Gallery Job.
Genre: AU crossover caper!fic. Gen, with mentions of canonical pairings.
Rating / Warnings: PG-13 for mild violence, language and angst.
Spoilers: up to episode 1x05 for White Collar, and episode 2x10 for Leverage.
Word Count: 12,800 words in total.

Summary: As part of their plan to take down a Manhattan art dealer, the Leverage team need a painting forged in a hurry. Luckily, Alec Hardison knows just the guy – Neal Caffrey.

Read Chapter 1 and Chapter 2 at LJ, or the complete story at AO3.
Title: The Gallery Job.
Fandoms: Leverage / White Collar.
Genre: AU crossover caper!fic. Gen, with mentions of canonical pairings.
Rating / Warnings: PG-13 for mild violence, language and angst.
Spoilers: up to episode 1x05 for White Collar, and episode 2x10 for Leverage.
Word Count: 12,500 words in total.

Summary: As part of their plan to take down a Manhattan art dealer, the Leverage team need a painting forged in a hurry. Luckily, Alec Hardison knows just the guy – Neal Caffrey.

Read Chapter 1 at LJ or at AO3. Chapter 2 will be posted in a few days.
Title: Age(s) of the Geek, part 4.
Genre / Rating: gen AU; PG-13 for language and non-graphic references to violence.
Fandoms: Leverage, Heroes, and (slightly) White Collar.
Word count: 1,600 words.
Spoilers: Spoilers for season 1 of Heroes and very minor spoilers for the pilot of White Collar, but you can read this story without knowing anything about either of these shows. Pre-canon for Leverage, so no spoilers.

Summary: Alec Hardison just can't work out how Nathan Petrelli won his 2006 Congress race. But he's got more important things on his mind right now, like getting the hell out of New York before FBI agent Peter Burke catches up with him...

Author's note: this is the 4th of 5 interconnected Leverage crossovers, all focusing on Hardison and his encounters with fellow geeks from various TV shows. It can be read independently, but it'll make more sense if you read the previous parts first:

Part 1 (Buffy crossover) at LJ or at AO3
Part 2 (Veronica Mars crossover) at LJ or at AO3
Part 3 (Doctor Who crossover) at LJ or at AO3

Read part 4 at LJ or at AO3.
Title: Good Samaritan
Fandoms: Warehouse 13/White Collar
Rating: PG
Characters/Pairings: Claudia, El; gen
Warning: minor spoilers for "MacPherson"
Summary: El stops to pick up a hitchhiker.
Author's Note: written for [livejournal.com profile] xoverland for the Crime Show challenge.
[personal profile] fiercelydreamed wrote pitch-perfect Leverage/White Collar crossover fic. It is the best thing ever. She wins the internet.

I Lie, I Cheat, I Steal (and I Just Don't Get Any Respect)

I cannot recommend it highly enough.

This reminds me that I wrote a Leverage/Criminal Minds fic for the [community profile] intoabar ficathon, The Clusterfuck Job. Reid walks into a bar and meets... Hardison.
Discovering the existence of this community led me to tag crossovers I have written in my delicious. Among the crossovers between 24 different fandoms (many books, some TV, some comics, and the occasional musical) indexed here, I am particularly fond of the following:

Twice is a coincidence (Leverage/White Collar, Hardison and Clinton Jones do not exactly fight crime, PG-13)

Lay that damned book aside (Good Omens/Promethean Age, Aziraphale has a fling with a different sort of devil, R)

Where winter wolves bark (due South/A Companion to Wolves, an amalgam of Benton Fraser and a world with sapient wolf companions, R)

Sparrowhawk (Supreme Power/DCU, Kyle the angry Batman analogue gets the happiest Robin ever, series G-NC-17)

Five universes the Doctor never visited (DCU, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, Vorkosigan, Temeraire, due South, G)

All thee Dysk's a Stage (Discworld/Slings & Arrows, Darren Nichols staging audience participation is deadly, G)
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