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Summary: Detective Emmett Carver decides to put his life back together by relocating to Santa Barbara. Things don't quite go the way he planned.

Psych/Gracepoint crossover.


Rated: E
Categories: Season, Crossover Characters: Juliet, Lassiter, Other
Genres: Drama, General, Romance
Warnings: None
Challenges: None
Series: None
Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Word count: 4891 Read: 96
Published: March 04, 2017 Updated: March 04, 2017
Story Notes:
So, here's my entry for Dragonnan's forum challenge. The requisite blueberry pie and toe-stubbing have been added with maximum gratuitousness for your viewing pleasure. :-D

A warning: if you haven't seen Gracepoint or Broadchurch, you're probably not going to get the full effect of the story, so I recommend checking out the Wikipedia article and watching a couple of clips on YouTube before venturing down this dark rabbit hole.

Since only myself and maybe twelve other people watched Gracepoint to begin with, let me clarify that I do like Broadchurch better, but using Gracepoint made more sense given that it's already set in California (unlike Broadchurch, which is set in Dorset). Throughout it all, I kept hearing Alec Hardy's voice in my head rather than Carver's, so if anything seems off about him, that's why!

Disclaimer: I do not own Psych or Gracepoint, nor do I own any of the characters, settings, trademarks, or related materials. Psych, Gracepoint, and all related materials are the property of their respective owners. The plot and original elements of this story are my intellectual property. I am not associated with Psych or Gracepoint, their creators, or any involved parties. Nor am I associated with any other media franchise. No copyright infringement is intended.

1. There's No End To Grief by PineappleHead [Reviews - 1] (4891 words)
The dorky title that really doesn't fit this story was stolen from U2's song California. The title doesn't fit, but in many ways, the song's lyrics do.

Also, you can blame JesseWales for this one, because she just encourages my insanity---which is why this little aberration is dedicated to her. You're welcome, Universe! ;-)