Fiction by Pairing
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|Breathing for Two by OneTwoMany (Sabre)|
Learning to live.
Early AtS Season Five, Rated NC-17, Spike/Fred, 6299 words.
|closer to you by BuffyX|
"...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.
|A Little Happiness by FayJay|
In the afterglow, a few facts emerge.
Early AtS Season Five, Rated R, Spike/Fred, 767 words.
|the little things by BuffyX|
“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.
|Rapunzel by jodyorjen|
A broken hearted vampire meets a damsel in distress....
Post-The Gift, Rated NC-17, Spike/Fred, WIP.
|Trigger Happy Jack by SoulVamp|
Spike and Fred chatting it up over tea and a good dose of Poe.
Early AtS Season Five, Rated PG, Spike/Fred, 315 words.
|wasteland by BuffyX|
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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