Spike has nver heard the word "restraint," has he?
I must have missed this earlier, but I'm reading now. Thank you for posting it--it's a lovely piece of fluff that put a big grin on my face. It's easier to say goodbye to the characters when they're all this happy. I'm surprised you didn't end with William saying "God bless us, every one!"
Author's Response: glad you liked it, i wanted complete fluff
Author's Response: and as for restraint, he has 20 years of buying gifts for Buffy to catch up on in his head, 20 years of dreaming about this...
Love the house full of people, and 70-year-old Tara in the middle of it all.
This reminds me a bit of Letters from Buffy in the best way. A group of wildly different people manage to deal with all the stuff that life sends them and find each other and form a large and loving group of people who will stand by each other and care for each other. And Spike and Buffy are at the center of it, the catalyst that brings everyone together. No one gets left out (well, except Amy, but she excludes herself by being such a b*****).
i am a complete romantic at heart:) I think you can tell:)
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Awww. They get to go back to the Garden. And I don't think there's a man anywhere who can spoil a woman better than Spike. They waited long enough for their happiness; I'm glad they're getting a full supply.
Author's Response: a full and total share of it all, they have both lives wrapped around one another, and thier love spreads out to thier families..glad you enjoyed
All the kids waking up Spike was so much fun, and I loved Buffy's reaction to him coming down the stairs. I am really going to look forward to your updates.
thank you, you can just picture it in your mind, well I can, and all the kids just jumping on the bed:)[Report This]