De Lancey looked around in confusion. He was clearly in some kind of hospital room but something was not right. The room was not decorated in the style to which he was accustomed and there was a distinct chill in the air.
A group of men stood a few paces away deep in discussion and they turned to look as he cleared his throat, “Excuse me?”
As they surrounded the bed, De Lancey was relieved to see that one of them was his friend Arthur Wellesley, although he was dressed quite oddly in a long blue coat and there was something about his face that did not sit right. He did not recognise the others at all.
Wellesley smiled, “Ah, De Lancey. You are back with us.”
Title: Should Auld Acquaintance Be Forgot
Characters: William De Lancey/Colquhoun Grant
Prompt: Out alone on some kind of mission for Wellington, either Grant or De Lancey find themselves being grabbed from behind, blindfolded, and dragged off to some secret place. They of course assume they’ve been taken by French soldiers or even rogue Spanish guerillas to be held for ransom. As it turns out, however, it’s a wicked trick by their lover to get them alone for some long, intensive erotic play. Whether they discover who their captor is before that play starts or remain blindfolded for a time, I leave up to whomever wants to fill this.
Alternatively, Grant or De Lancey could actually be kidnapped initially by the French, only to be rescued in the nick of time by their partner. However they soon find that their partner has no intention of releasing them from their bonds and instead wants to take opportunity to have some fun.
Summary: De Lancey suffers from a temporary memory loss.