Graduation Day nears. Spike learns that some things are not better left unsaid, no matter how perfect the unlife is. Book III in the Yellow Brick Series.
Season 6, set right after Flooded, except that Angel never called Buffy. When Spike tries to help Buffy financially she decides to find out where he’s getting the money from.
Set in the world of the The Wish. Instead of snapping Buffy’s neck, the Master keeps her imprisoned so that another Slayer can’t be called, and so that he will be free to carry out his plans. In the mean time he’s called the last of the Aurelius line, Drusilla and Spike, to help him run his new kingdom in Sunnydale.
She’d gone far far away from Sunnydale. From herself. Her name. Her calling. She didn’t want any contact with the old life. Much less him. That pain-in-the-ass vampire.
“Spike. What is this?” She wrenched herself free. “Since when do you help?”
Set immediately post-season 2. Buffy’s run all the way to NY, and encounters a Spike who feels he’s made a bad bargain.
A porny outtake from Disenchantment.
Magic wasn’t through with her yet.
Buffy’s already turned Spike away. But when her worst nightmare befalls her, she’s got nowhere else to turn than towards him.
“That vamp in the bathroom?” Buffy says. “She was with you?” What happens when worlds collide.
When it’s time for the annual Auction Day in Sunnydale, the last thing Buffy Summers wants is to be auctioned off as a ‘slave’. When her best friend convinces her that it is for a good, charitable cause, Buffy finally agrees. What happens when the one person she hates, decides that being her ‘master’ for a week doesn’t sound that bad?
Buffy and Spike get into a situation beyond their control and are compelled to do the horizontal bop.