What happened between the end of Smashed and the beginning of Wrecked?
A year after the Hellmouth collapsed, Buffy and co., who now reside in London, are faced with an interesting mission. They must retrieve an artifact, however, this one was destroyed over a hundred years ago. In order to retrieve it, she and her watcher must travel back in time to the late 1800’s, to the precise location where William lived before he was turned. Will she risk changing history to seek out the one she loves or will she be put in a completely different situation than she’d anticipated in the first place? (A slightly lighter fare than I usually write, though you should anticipate some angst, because it’s me after all. Time Travel / Historical / Post-Series / Sexual Situations)
High school crushes are hard to get over when the object of your affection just so happens to be your older brother’s best friend. Even worse, when you’re a nerd who’s never even had a boyfriend before. If you never tell, then he’ll never know. But what if he and the entire school found out? Sometimes dreams can come true, even for a nerd like Buffy Summers.
Buffy gets a phone call in the middle of the night from the last person she’d expect to hear from. Instead of being angry, however, she finds that the telephone lends her the courage to say the things she’s too afraid to admit, and more…to explore a side of her fantasies she didn’t know existed until she opened up to her enemy.
Spike has returned to Sunnydale, heartbroken that Drusilla has left him. When a love spell goes horribly wrong, how will the Scoobies react when the slayer gets involved with yet another vampire? Will Giles wipe his glasses in disapproval? Will Xander not understand but be too enamored with the visuals to say anything? Is Angel going to brood about it or will he do something more? WHAT WILL HAPPEN? (Starts off with the episode “Lover’s Walk” and then goes AU practically from the start.)
William Pratt is an English teacher at Sunnydale High. Suffering from a midlife crisis, he decides to act on one of his fantasies, even though he knows it’s wrong. Written for the Back to School taboo_spuffy Fantasy Stories Fall Ficathon 2008
Buffy Summers is a senior at St. Mary’s All-Girl’s Catholic School. She’s had it bad for her priest, Father William, for the past two years. After lusting for him for so long, she’s finally found a way to make her fantasies a reality and break down his virginal walls. However, his inner struggle with his faith and his desire for his student are constantly at war with one another. Will it only be an affair or will it turn into something more?
When lovable nerd William Pratt embarks on his first year of college, little does he know what challenges and perils await him! Similar frustrations grace popular Buffy Summers who just can’t seem to meet a good guy. Will Sci-fi obsession, virginity and geekiness keep William’s urges at bay? Will Buffy ever find the man of her dreams? Can these two opposites beat the odds and become the campus odd couple or will their screwball friends continue to feed their insecurities? It’s not 1980, but it sure feels like it in here!
Spike Pratt is eighteen, pissed off, fresh out of jail and thrust into the arms of his stuffy uncle, Rupert Giles. Their history is unclear to Rupert’s co-worker Joyce and her daughter Buffy, but what is abundantly clear is everyone’s inability to communicate. The game of push me pull you can only last so long before someone finally gets close enough to make contact. And when they do… what secrets will they find?
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.