Spike loves Buffy but she has never been anything but cold until now…
PWP. Leaves off after ‘Fool For Love’. Buffy invites Spike in and discovers a fun new way to forget about her troubles.
Buffy finds herself the object of somebody’s affections. At first, she’s flattered, but then it turns sinister. What happens when the scariest thing she’s ever faced, DOESN’T go bump in the night?
Some time in an alternate, nicer S5 – where the key is a key, Riley is gone, and Glory is somewhat misplaced in LA – a glimpse at a day in the life of Spike and Buffy.
When Willow is kidnapped by strangers with a mysterious agenda, Buffy is forced to chase after them to New Orleans, with a reluctant Spike along for the ride.
Sequel to Hoping’s Very Fears. Spike and Buffy are trying to decide what their relationship is going to look like. Buffy and Dawn are missing Joyce terribly. And the warlock comes back to town, looking for another pound of flesh.
Spike stops a warlock’s spell, inadvertently getting himself into deep trouble. Will Buffy be able to accept the changes in him? And what are they going to do about Glory?
Set during Into the Woods. The confrontation between Riley and Buffy goes a little differently, and Buffy finds herself contemplating a relationship that isn’t exactly normal.
Christmas isn’t Christmas without a tree.
This is a sequel to The Great Advantage of Being Alive. If you haven’t read it, this one really won’t make any sense. In any case, Spike’s trying to find out what it means to be a man, and to fight at Buffy’s side. Buffy’s struggling with what it means to be the Slayer. Dawn wants to know if she’s real, and Glory just really wants her Key back.