After Spike endures torture at the hands of Glory to protect the identity of the key, Buffy is forced to reconsider everything she ever thought she knew about the vampire, leading to some startling revelations.


Spike and Buffy sit together and watch the sun set. Very short (again), un-beta’d, and too much of a summary will ruin the ending. No warnings for the same reason, but the ending could be considered sad.


Set immediately post-Once More With Feeling and drastically off-canon. Buffy runs out of the alley, away from the emotional danger of her kiss with Spike, only to encounter a danger far greater.

Hearts Distant

Turbulence and hate, tenderness, love and loss…and maybe something more. A look inside Buffy and Spike’s heads as they ponder the ever-changing nature of them.

Could Be You

You know you wanna dance. Spike knew it, the fans knew it, and this time, Buffy knew it, too. Begins in the alley scene outside the Bronze during Fool for Love and moves swiftly off-canon.

Bake Me a Bloody Cake

Response to BSV challenge #374. Set about a week after the events of Something Blue but before the beginning of Hush. Buffy has reluctantly agreed to vampsit while Giles is out for the evening, and is desperate for something to distract her from the annoyingly perceptive vampire and the memories of their brief engagement. Kind of fluffy, silly, and smutty, with a smattering of insight . . . and sprinkles!