Road Trip (X-Files story)

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Title: Road Trip
Author(s): Keiko Kirin
Date(s): June 1998 / November 1998
Genre: slash fanfiction
Fandom: The X-Files
External Links: Road Trip (Keiko's Stories)
Road Trip 2: Strange Bliss (Keiko's Stories)

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Road Trip is a Mulder/Krycek story by Keiko Kirin.

Summary: Hope and Crosby with sex and violence.

Author's note:
Intro: I'm Keiko Kirin, and Road Trip is my first M/K story. I want to thank Gwyneth for generously giving it space on her page. I also want to thank my beta readers: Marie, Kenna, and Gwyneth.

About the story: It's a somewhat-A/U PlotLite set just before Tunguska, and don't try to make it fit with canon, 'cause it won't. Rated NC-17 for explicit m/m sex, foul language, and mild violence. Standard disclaimers apply: Mulder and Krycek aren't my characters, none of the brand names and trademarks are my property-- they're all someone's else's copyrighted material. This is an amateur work, and no one's making any money off of it. Don't read it if you're under 18, homophobic, or don't know what slash is. You're welcome to download it and print it out for your own enjoyment, but please do not re-post it, distribute it to any listservs, mailing lists, newsgroups, or bulletin boards, or publish it in a zine. If you're interested in archiving it or linking to it, please get in touch with me first.

Thank you for reading!

The story has a sequel called Strange Bliss. It was published in November 1998 and features more car rides, more hotel rooms, more handcuffs.

Recs and Reviews

Krycek takes Mulder on an unscheduled road trip. Needless to say, all does not go as planned.[1]
Hope and Crosby with sex and violence... The one where Krycek kidnaps Mulder, get a hotel room, Krycek sleeps naked and Mulder finally figures out that Krycek wants to have sex with him. And freaks out about it. :D [2]


  1. Worlds Enough. Sylvia's X-Files Slash Recs. (Accessed 05 April 2015)
  2. X-FILES: MULDER/KRYCEK RECS, June 14, 2007