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|before atlantis fell|
"He found his redemption in the shape of her heart, and she found hers in the open palm of his hand."
Post-Chosen, Rated PG-13, Spike/Buffy, 1385 words.
Spike is being tormented by the First Evil and by his own dreams, but Buffy's words help him hold on.
Post-Bring on the Night, Rated PG, Spike/Buffy, 1021 words.
|closer to you|
"...she wants Spike to let her love him, because she knows, given time, she could, so easily. And she wants him to one day love her back."
Early AtS Season Five, Rated NC-17, Spike/Fred, 1915 words.
Buffy. Spike. Dreams, sex, and the what-if's.
Post-You're Welcome, Rated NC-17, Spike/Buffy, Spike/Angel(us), 2580 words.
"...Buffy cannot decide if she is still alive to Spike; she cannot decide how long dead he is to her."
Post-Help, Rated PG-13, Spike/Buffy, 4238 words.
|the little things|
“He thinks he loves her for the little things.” Spike and Fred, sometime in the future past Chosen. Not two champions, just
two people trying to figure it all out.
Post-Chosen, Rated R, Spike/Fred, 2106 words.
|out of the rain|
Willow takes a walk on one lonely, rainy night, and runs into someone she knows unexpectedly, causing her to rethink exactly what redemption and forgiveness are all about.
Post-Him, Rated PG, Spike & Willow, 2108 words.
|to be a man|
All the small interactions lead up to the defining moment.
Season Seven, Rated R, Spike/Buffy, Spike & Xander, Spike & Dawn, Spike & Willow, 5652 words.
Here's the idea: Post-Grave, post-Tomorrow AU; what would've happened if they never discovered Angel at the bottom of the ocean, and if instead of heading to Sunnydale, Spike ended up in L.A. first?
Post-Grave, Alternate Universe, Rated NC-17, Spike/Fred, 5670 words.
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