That was the best story I've read on here. Not a moment was I board or thinking 'I just gotta get through this part to get to the good stuff'. Bra-VA. Still wish I knew the chocolate story or buffys reaction to the poem if Spike ever let her read it. I guess that's where my imagination comes in. Thank you for this masterpiece![Report This]
"You Summers women are all the same. The bane of my existence, and the light in my eye." I love Spike and the Summers women. In my imaginary world, they all live together as a happy little family forever.
Great story! Now I’m off to daydream about Spike in a kilt...[Report This]
Oh, Spike, you did that out in the open, but you knew she wasn’t paying attention. This never works in your favor, babe.
Hahahaaaaaa - and Dawn knew and it didn’t occur to Buffy she’d babble about it? Lol. I love Dawn so much. I hope Spike brings her some bagpipes.[Report This]
Love that in this fic Amanda gets a proper watcher where she has time to settle in and train without being scared out of her mind about an impending apocalypse.
Huge surprise that Quentin followed through on his promise!
Why do flammable creatures have such a predilection for overdoing candles?!
Oh, you tease LOL! We STILL do not know about the chocolate sauce except that it was a good running joke interspersed in this fic. I suppose the tenet of keep them guessing was employed here.
Fantastic tale! Thanks for all the research that was done.[Report This]
I learned something new about a jellyfish sting antidote. Useful to know since one of my sons is off to Montego Bay.
FYI, I am impressed with your Gaelic dictionary. Once upon a time, I knew a collector of dictionaries. It just makes sense for all sorts to exist.[Report This]
Now there’s something I just don’t get. Duncan is musing on harems of beautiful humans. He’s certainly a different type of demon to consider hynabs as beautiful. Are there genders among the kelpie? I am not up on Gaelic lore.
Good to know that the power wasn’t really forever.[Report This]
Points to Riley for putting the mission first.
Riley’s realization of “…everyone else was on a different page of the book, and they were all waiting for him to catch up” was a fantastic description of not fitting in. Been there, done that and it’s nto a good feeling when it hits although it can be clarifying. Now one has to make a choice.