In the time between sleeping and waking, Buffy dreams of what might have been. Dawn attempts to make the dream a reality.
Set between BtVS S2 and S3. A chance meeting leads to an unexpected connection.
When Buffy falls through the portal in The Gift, she doesn’t die. Instead, she turns up in Sunnydale—twenty years in the future. What happens when the one person she thought she’d never be happy to see is the one person who’s stayed the same?
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.
Set in an alternate Angel S5, wherein Andrew tells Buffy that Spike’s alive after Damage and she does something about it, upsetting the power structure while she’s at it.
Set after the end of Cast Me Not Away and its follow up stories. This sequel is longer and darker than the intervening short stories. It deals with family, children, immortality, life and death, and making amends. We will also be jumping around in time a bit, so look sharp.
Set post-Chosen. After the Slayers are activated, the balance between good and evil is disturbed, and the Scoobies are flung to the far corners of the world to respond to the crisis. In the midst of all of this, will they be able to keep their relationships strong? Or will they be divided by circumstances and torn apart by fate? Follows my short story Yesterday.
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?
A response to Helga Von Nutwimple’s Vamp-in-the-Box Challenge. Wolfram & Hart make a slight error, and bring Drusilla back instead of Darla at the end of Ats S1. Drusilla heads straight to Sunnydale and Spike, and in the process throws a monkey wrench into Buffy’s thinking. Oh, and Riley left after “Restless.”