|Tuesday S&H recs: Hutch' s POV
||[Feb. 7th, 2017|03:57 pm]
Starsky & Hutch Fans
Single point of view can sometimes be hard to achieve. Some authors do a great job of putting the reader inside the character's head. Some use single pov, but flip to another character every other scene or so. (I tend to write that way) And others use omniscient POV where the reader knows what is going on with all the characters. All can work well, depending on the story.
This is Hutch POV day--and two authors who got inside the blond's head very well.
Run, Runaway (slash) by Cyanne
Starsky was a chameleon. He always had been, from the day Hutch had first met him at the academy. Brash, wild, enthusiastic- but that was only the surface. Hutch had thought he knew the real man underneath, but as the night wore on, he wondered.
Tea and Sympathy (gen) by Jojo
Hutch has taken a bullet. He's hurt and needs comfort - unfortunately he's got Starsky instead.http://archiveofourown.org/works/548185
What are your favorite Hutch POV stories? Or, let's face it, ANY S&H stories. Bring 'em on!