He gathers up enough resolve to ask her what's wrong, bracing himself for I thought you said it was a long time ago.
Set post-The Secret.
It may be a bruise on the surface, but it goes deeper than that.
Young Pam/Roy and then spoilers through Cocktails.
The beginning of Dwight and Jim's relationship, from their very first sales call together up to their latest. Spoilers through Traveling Salesmen.
He knows it shouldn't matter so much to him that their conversation has been about nothing but Michael for the past hour. It shouldn't matter, because she's pretty and...well, she's that.
Improv!fic set post-Hot Girl.
Her reflection in the mirror shows a woman who, just a few hours ago, had everything in order, everything in place, and now she's got a blotchy face and mascara smudged around her eyes. Not to mention Michael Scott sitting outside of the bathroom door. Takes place post-The Client
She's still the same old person most days, but once in a while she feels something like boldness bubble up inside of her. Spoilers through Business School.
She points toward the coffee pot, almost reassuring him that it's safe to take, no chance of hands crashing into each other, no touching involved. Like the coast is clear, and she's telling him to go for it.
Spoilers through The Return.
Five times Ryan lets Kelly seduce him.
Sometimes Jim hears about how people do crazy things when they've got nothing left to lose, but he's never been that kind of person.
Set during Conflict Resolution.
The parallels between Jim and Pam. A series of drabbles. Spoilers through Traveling Salesmen
It takes two weeks for everything to fall apart, for something so seemingly well put together (and so poorly thought out) to quietly crumble at Karen’s feet. (Karen/Toby) Spoilers through Traveling Salesmen.
He knows she smiles behind her book when he gets up, stands behind her, puts his hands on her shoulders and tells her that she brings balance to the force.
Pam begins to get used to the fact that Jim needs her advice on things whenever he and Karen fight.
Eventually someone will catch on that she goes with him on all of his big sales calls. Slightly AU, slightly wishful thinking.