Maedhros and Fingon are certainly the most-slashed couple in The Silmarillion and so to endeavor to add another to this long list of stories--some of them excellent--can be quite an undertaking.
But I will say with confidence that this story is one of the best I've ever read of this pairing and of Silm slash in general. What struck me the most when I first read this story--and what struck me again, reading it for perhaps the half-dozenth time--is the clarity of the voices. Findekano is Findekano; Maitimo is Maitimo. Within a few paragraphs, I am as comfortable with each of them as with an old friend. The episode told in this tale is nothing particularly new, but the ease with which you take me as a reader into the lives and minds of these two recaptures it with fresh, new life.
Beyond that, this story is more than a coming-of-age romance: It also subtly reveals the familial, political, and cultural stresses that are beginning to loom over the Noldor and that will shape their fates, particularly these eldest sons of warring families. The strength of the background characters lends the feeling of a world beyond this tale, a depth skillfully executed here. And the foreshadowing--while not diminishing the joy of the story--does remind me of the characters' fates...and the exact price that they will pay for their love.
In all, this is a fantastic story that you should truly be proud of, Oshun! I thank you for sharing this story and heartily recommend it to others who enjoy Silm-based slash.