Truce

Buffy tries unsuccessfully to reach Acathla before Angelus does and finds common ground with Spike instead. Originally written for the Spuffy Kinkathon, Contains S2 Spike and Buffy, locked in a confined space with no way to escape over a longish period of time, plus some H/C, snark, chocolate and no Wussy!Spike.



A New Bird

What if Ford had hit Buffy a little harder? First scene completely taken from Lie to Me then pretty much AU after that, with a line or two of dialogue pinched here and there – you’ll recognize them. Also, the gang never showed up at the Sunset Club (Gang meaning Angel, etc.)



Bring Me to Life

Buffy Summers has had it with pretending to be over her death and playing nice with the souled-up vampire she’s come to loathe. When she meets Spike in the street outside The Bronze, she immediately takes a liking to him and makes him a deal: she’ll show him around town if he agrees to be her boyfriend for the night.



Into the Night

During School Hard, Spike observes Buffy dancing at the Bronze but instead of sending her off in a merry chase after his minion, he decides to do a little dancing of his own with her, and maybe… a bit more, before killing her off on Saturday.



Future Sins Past – Part 2

Takes place in an AU where things went a little differently at the end of “What’s My Line”, and the Initiative came to town a bit earlier than in canon. Spike is not paralyzed in the church that night, but his unlife is still irrevocably changed. In a misguided attempt to restore her childe, Drusilla performs a spell that goes terribly wrong, and will change the course of not only Spike’s life, but the Slayer’s as well, forever.



Future Sins Past – Part 1

Takes place in an AU where things went a little differently at the end of “What’s My Line”, and the Initiative came to town a bit earlier than in canon. Spike is not paralyzed in the church that night, but his unlife is still irrevocably changed. In a misguided attempt to restore her childe, Drusilla performs a spell that goes terribly wrong, and will change the course of not only Spike’s life, but the Slayer’s as well, forever.



A Chance in Hell

An apocalypse threat in Maryland requires a vampire’s help to disenchant a stone used in the ritual to destroy all of mankind. Since Angelus is still without his soul, Buffy is forced to ask the one vampire she hates for a hand. The problem is, he’s in a wheelchair. What happens when a crippled vamp and a slayer make a cross-country trip to save the world? Will they kill each other before they get there, or will her horrible driving do the job for them? But what if they found solace in one another’s company instead? Could it be? Yes, it most certainly could.



With a Rebel Yell

Altered events of Season 2. Due to circumstances beyond her control, Buffy finds herself at an 80’s Flashback night club where she finds the Billy Idol impersonator a bit, uh, familiar.