Buffy and Spike decide to start a family in a realistic way (as realistic as you can get in Buffyverse). Post-NFA, Buffy POV. This is a response to swifthorse’s challenge.
Post “Smile Time.” A mysterious entity shakes things up at Wolfram and Hart, fashionable anarchy ensues. Oh, and don’t judge a hero by her choice in footwear.
B/William. At a fateful party one holiday evening, noblewoman Buffy Summers stumbles upon a passionate but recently rejected man and finds a way to stir his heart back to life.
What if, at the end of Normal Again, Buffy had chosen the asylum instead of Sunnydale?
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.
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’?
Set in S6, a surprise request from Anya sends Buffy and Spike on a surreal quest, one that shows the Slayer just what her world has turned into, and what she needs to do to potentially fix it.