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Response to the challenge "write a story in which Buffy first says she loves Spike". The imposed happy ending was fun to write but - obviously - turned out to be seriously AU.
Mid-Season Six, Rated PG, Spike/Buffy, 2425 words.
Written after "Doublemeat Palace". Graphic sex. Spike's thoughts about the scene in the alleyway.
During Doublemeat Palace, Rated NC-17, Spike/Buffy, 1736 words.
B/S conversation. My first attempt to give Spike an epiphany, viz., that he should get out of town. Written sometime after "Gone".
Post-Gone, Rated PG, Spike/Buffy, 1876 words.
Spike's in France, remembering a previous visit.
Post-Grave, Rated PG-13, 1642 words.
Written in response to a spoiler about "Hell's Bells", that Spike and Buffy actually manage to have a civil conversation at the wedding. Speculates that they might be able to form a friendship after the breakup. Turned out to be wildly AU, like every other attempt to impose a happy or even a civil ending on the ongoing B/S trainwreck.
Post-Hell's Bells, Rated PG, Spike/Buffy, 3126 words.
|A Quiet Pint|
Conversation between Spike and Tara. Written sometime after "Gone". My second try at giving Spike an epiphany, this time that he's in an abusive relationship and isn't the bad guy here.
Post-Gone, Rated PG-13, Spike & Tara, 4397 words.
My wishful thinking about a possible Spike response to being beaten up and left for dead in the alleyway.
Post-Dead Things, Rated PG, Spike/Buffy, 932 words.
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