Lost in Translation by Morgan Briarwood
“There is a bond, among warriors,” Teal’c said eventually. “When you fight alongside another, face death with them, the bond that forms is more than friendship.”
Daniel nodded. “I think we would say brothers-in-arms. SG-1…we have that bond, don’t we?”
“Indeed. A bond of the heart. Khes’na is…more.”
Phoenix by Morgan and Gharedsu
Alternate universe: Daniel Jackson, badly hurt on a mission with SG-1, is recovering in hospital when disaster strikes the SGC in the form of an alien contagion. With so many of their friends and colleagues dead, O’Neill is offered his own command: a new, off-world base called Stargate Alpha. The catch: to accept the command Jack has to leave his best friend back on Earth. As O’Neill and Carter struggle with the challenges of leadership, Daniel struggles to come to terms with what might be a permanent disability. When the Tok’Ra offer Daniel a symbiot he is very tempted to accept. But is his health worth the price?
End of the World by Morgan
Trilogy: End of the World is a slave fantasy, in which Teal’c did not betray Apophis and Daniel is taken as a Goa’uld slave. In Edge of the Abyss, we see what was happening back on Earth, and finally in The Light Beneath the Door, Daniel, having escaped slavery with Teal’c, tries to rebuild his life on Earth. (Adult themes, explicit)
Two story series: in Gift of the Serpent, Jack and Daniel’s friendship takes an unexpected turn in the aftermath of Apophis failed attack on Earth. In Nemesis, things take a dark turn when Jack is abducted during an off-world mission. (Adult themes, explicit)
Thanatos’ Portal by Morgan
Crossover: Sapphire and Steel. This was the day everyone died. This was the day everyone died. This was…
Changes by Morgan
Episode: Hathor. Jack suffers from nightmares in the aftermath of Hathor’s takeover of the base.
Into Silence by Morgan
Episode: Into The Fire. Daniel’s thoughts during the episode.
Honesty by Morgan
Episode: Pretense. Freed from the Goa’uld, Skarra spends the night with Jack. Meanwhile, Daniel and Teal’c have some things to talk about. (Explicit)
Coming Home by Morgan
Alternate universe. Released after several years in prison, Jack must find a way to renew his friendship with Daniel. (Adult themes)
Mistletoe and Wine by Morgan
A kiss under the mistletoe leads to misunderstandings. (Explicit)
…But Then I’d Have To Shoot You! by Morgan
Jack suspects he is in another parallel universe. (Humour)
Venus Breaking by Morgan
Episode: Meridian. As Daniel lies dying, Janet remembers their time together.
Who Needs Mistletoe? by Morgan
Christmas. Daniel. Janet. Snow. Sex. Not a lot of plot. (Explicit)
A Wish Your Heart Makes by Morgan
Janet has a secret. (Explicit)