Four years have passed since a certain peroxide blond vampire was last seen in Sunnydale losing the Gem of Amara to the Slayer. Since that time the Initiative has introduced chipped vampires into a form of slavery, available to selected bidders. Weary and disillusioned, Buffy succumbs to her absent Watcher’s advice to obtain a vampire bodyguard to help her in the fight against evil.
Post NFA. A heartbroken Buffy takes a small vacation in the English countryside to reflect on her loss and mourn a souled vampire’s passing. Joyce has other ideas and cajoles the Powers into providing a solution.
BtVS S6, Post Tabula Rasa. Spike takes his own course of action, trying to become a better man for his slayer.
S7 – End of Days – Following their conversation at Buffy’s house, Spike leaves to go check out the vineyard.
Chapter 1 Rome, 18 May 2004 It isn't the first dream I've had where Spike had a starring role. And no, it's not that sort of dream. I've dreamt of him pretty regularly these past months - since he burned up in Sunnydale - but lately, they've been different. If I didn't know better, I'd…
The third part of the Magpie Series. This probably won’t make the slightest sense if you haven’t read the two earlier parts – ‘One for Sorrow’ and ‘Two for Joy’.
The sequel to ‘One for Sorrow’. So, how will everyone deal with recent events, and whatever happened to Riley?
The first part of the Magpie series. It starts as Spike earns his soul, but goes off canon from there. So, what happened to Dawn’s ‘keyness’?
William Pratt is a bookish young man who has has recently moved from England to Sunnydale. Buffy Summers is failing English. What will William teach her?
Buffy and Spike have recently split up and are trying to move on with their lives. Will they succeed in moving on or can Dawn bring them back together again?