Many A Quaint And Curious Volume


In The Midnight Light (NC-17 for language, violence, and sexual situations) WIP. A brokenhearted vampire discovers that the truly important things in life often come from surprising places, and even more surprising people. Suddenly, Spike finds himself in a crisis of faith -- the better angels of his conscience battling the restraint of his demon, all for the love of a girl he shouldn't want. A girl he's drawn to, even beyond his own reckoning.


In Omne Tempus (NC-17 for language, violence, and sexual situations) For a hundred years, William the Bloody has led a trail of bloodshed and chaos across Europe and the Americas. That all comes to an end when the woman he’s devoted his existence to brings his mate to him in the guise of a late-night snack. A small girl with eyes of green and blonde hair. And suddenly, Spike is thrown into a world of color beyond the black and white, and his life is never the same.


Misery Made Beautiful (NC-17 for language and sexual situations) Buffy finds herself growing closer to Spike as the world around her falls to chaos.


Someday- (NC-17 for language and sexual situations) Season 7. Post Show-Time. Buffy cares for an injured Spike, and in so finds that she’s the one in need of healing.


Yellow Brick Road - (NC-17 for language, violence, and sexual situations) A series rewriting Season 3, beginning with  an alternate version of Season 3's Helpless, in which the Council locks a drugged and powerless Buffy in with a certain bleached-blond vampire who already has two Slayers under his belt.  Continues there in unfolding Spike and Buffy's journey through acceptance, trust, and eventually love.


Autumn Sunsets  (NC-17 for language and sexual situations) Drastically AU Glory-less Season 5. No Dawn or Riley. Buffy asks Spike to help her with her Thanksgiving dinner, and is determined to keep Xander’s prophecy the previous year of a “new tradition” from coming true. The PTB, unfortunately, have other ideas.


This Simple Phrase (NC-17 for language and sexual situations) A continuation of Autumn Sunsets. Buffy and Spike host a Christmas Eve party at their new apartment


Rough and Tumble (NC-17 for language and sexual situations) It’s Halloween, and Buffy is tired of lying to herself, especially in a world that has already killed her twice. She takes Spike up on his offer for patrol, embracing a celebration of the demon-dormant holiday that will forever change her life.


The Other Side Of Midnight (NC-17 for language, violence, and sexual situations)  In the months following the destruction of Sunnydale, Buffy cuts herself off from her friends and resumes life the only way she knows how: fighting evil. It’s only a matter of time before her past catches up with her, and brings about the man she lost and loved too late…only he doesn’t recognize her face.


Needlework (NC-17 for language, violence, and sexual situations) Buffy awakens to a new world where the rules as she knows them don’t apply and nothing is as it was. Without her friends, without her calling, there is only one person who can save her from self-destruction.


Harbingers of Beatrice  (NC-17 for language, violence, and sexual situations) Wolfram and Hart, host of the greatest evil acknowledged on Earth, attempts to restructure the Order of Aurelius, one vampire at a time. A soul hampers one, a chip harbors another, and a Slayer stands between them. The pawns are in place; it is simply a matter of who will move first.


Shades of Heaven (NC-17 for language and sexual situations) A vampire given a new life, a Slayer given a second chance, and the passionate fury in which they come together.


Dancing in the Moonlight (NC-17 for language, violence, and sexual situations) A prophecy unfolds just as a new Slayer arrives in Sunnydale. A cocky, British, platinum blonde Slayer with a devilish smile and a body to die for. And Buffy doesn’t know what surprises her more—the fact that he’s male, or the animal attraction that festers between them almost from the beginning.


Nightingale (NC-17 for language and sexual situations) After clawing her way through her grave, Buffy seeks refuge with Spike…and reacts violently when those who tore her from Heaven attempt to likewise tear her away from her sanctuary.


Noel (PG-13) Continuation of Nightingale. Having been abandoned by his friends, Wesley finds himself alone for the holidays, haunted by the face of the woman he can’t have. Two days before Christmas, he runs into an old friend and her mate, who are similarly in need of a haven from those they called family.


Once Upon A Dream  (NC-17 for language and sexual situations) Buffy storms to Spike’s crypt following his attempt to remove the chip. A heated encounter. Revelations are reached. Confessions are made. A vampire and a vampire slayer embark on a path less traveled together.


Blood And Mistletoe   (NC-17 for language and sexual situations) Jilted with mingled feelings for the Slayer post the Will Be Done spell, Spike declares his feud with the Scoobies a Pax Romana for the holidays, and naturally ends up with a handful.


Sang et Ivoire (R for violence and mature themes) Spike, struggling with his soul and his love for Buffy, is offered redemption from a very surprising source. However, when signs of an uprising evil begin to appear, he must face his fear and huis guilt and return to the place it all began for him--Sunnydale.  


Hallelujah (R for violence and mature themes) ‘Some knowledge and some song and some beauty must be kept for those days before the world again plunges into darkness.’ – Marion Zimmer Bradley.


In Excelsis Deo (R for violence and mature themes) Upon answering a desperate call a late autumn night, Wesley invokes the help of Fred in nursing a broken warrior back to health. A warrior that does not want to live but to see the face of a woman that has moved an ocean away.


Blood and Roses (NC-17 for language and sexual situations) Angel loses faith in humanity, and in despair, hopes to lose his soul in Darla.


The Interview - (PG-13 for language and suggestive dialogue) Andrew is appointed by the Scoobies to undertake rather disturbing research (BtVS/Silence of the Lambs crossover)


The Garden Club Series - (NC-17 for language, violence, and sexual situations) Crossover with The West Wing. A three-book series that intermingles the lives of the Scoobies and the Senior Staffers in President Bartlet's White House, heading off with Season 4 of BtVS and Season 1 of West Wing. The chase of a rogue Slayer brought them together, and through the strain of tide and time, evils, gods, magic, hellmouths, human monsters, and a heated election will strive to drive them apart. Love, loyalty, and friendship gained and tested all while the surrounding world comes crashing down.


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