Individual Stories Appearing in Ongoing Series


Wicked – BtVS Season 2, rewrite of Halloween. Buffy’s choice of Halloween costume might have been whimsical, but she wasn’t quite prepared for it to be life-changing. (Turned Book 1; Pairings: Spike/Buffy)

Sacrament – After the events of Wicked. Six months ago, Buffy turned into a vampire at the hands of her greatest enemy and disappeared. Her friends think they finally have found the solution to getting their slayer back…all they need is a witch, an orb, and a soul. (Turned Book 2; Pairings: Spike/Buffy)

Yellow Brick Road

Cupidity – An alternate version of Season 3’s Helpless, in which the Council locks a drugged and powerless Buffy in with a certain bleached-blond vampire who already has two Slayers under his belt. (Yellow Brick Road Book 1; Pairings: Spike/Buffy; Angel/Buffy)

Nemesis – After the events of Cupidity. While trying to cope with mixed feelings and brewing resentment over the fact that Spike screwed her and vanished, Buffy finds herself increasingly suspicious about Faith’s close relationship with Angel. Just as things can’t get any more confusing, a blond vampire she was sure she would never see again decides that it’s time. (Yellow Brick Road Book 2; Pairings: Spike/Buffy; temporarily Angel/Buffy)

L’Amour – After the events of Nemesis. Graduation Day nears. Spike learns that some things are not better left unsaid, no matter how perfect the unlife is. (Yellow Brick Road Book 3; Pairings: Spike/Buffy)

Enemies with Benefits (The Tutorverse)

Tutor – Buffy has a certain set of skills: staking vampires, slaying demons, preventing the apocalypse, and chasing off men after a single night. That last thing could stand being crossed off her list. Fortunately, she knows just the man—err, vamp—to help. (Enemies with Benefits #1; Pairings: Spike/Buffy)

Quake – After the events of Tutor. Riley’s kiss did nothing for her, which clearly means her night with Spike didn’t take. But since the world is probably ending, Buffy decides one more lesson couldn’t hurt. (Enemies with Benefits #2; Pairings: Spike/Buffy)

Blow – After the events of Tutor and Quake. After a few brilliant shags, Spike has given up on getting near the Slayer again, and that’s just fine with him. Better, actually. Until she shows up one night looking for one lesson she made clear she’d never ask him to give.(Enemies with Benefits #3; Pairings: Spike/Buffy)

Switch – After the events of TutorQuake, and Blow. Sure, Buffy’s propositioned him before, but never in public. Too much risk of discovery and all that. Something’s not right, and Spike’s determined to find out what. Even if he hates her. Which he does. (Enemies with Benefits #4; Pairings: Spike/Buffy)

Bruised – After the events of TutorQuakeBlow, and Switch. Riley hasn’t gotten the memo that they’re broken up. Buffy knows she needs to set him straight, which is the only reason she goes to the stupid frat party in the first place. But tell that to a bunch of sexually repressed poltergeists. (Enemies with Benefits #5; Pairings: Spike/Buffy, Buffy/Riley, Spike/other)

Landed – After the events of TutorQuakeBlow, Switch, and Bruised. No matter that things didn’t go the way she planned, Buffy made a deal and she has to honor it. Thankfully, Spike has come up with a way to get the chip removed and him gone sooner rather than later. Kudos to him for figuring out the hard part. It’ll even help in her fight against Adam, which, bonus. Then he’ll be out of her life for good and that’s what she wants more than anything. Really. (Enemies with Benefits #6; Pairings: Spike/Buffy, Willow/Tara, Xander/Anya)

Nice – After the events of TutorQuakeBlow, Switch, Bruised, and Landed. Spike really doesn’t like being called out, but even he can admit he kinda deserved it this time. (Enemies with Benefits #7; Pairings: Spike/Buffy, Willow/Tara)

Season’s Slayings

Slay Bells Ring – Reeling from feelings he doesn’t want, Spike tries to get the hell out of town, but he doesn’t get far before he finds himself needing a certain slayer’s help. (Pairings: Spike/Buffy)

What Dreams May Come

Perchance – Buffy can’t sleep, and Willow has the solution, though one that comes with an unusual side-effect. Still, as long as she gets her beauty rest, she can live with dreams that are filled with lots of naked acrobatics starring her mortal enemy. It’s not like these dreams mean anything. (What Dreams May Come #1; Pairings: Spike/Buffy)

Requiem – After the events of Perchance. Every night, he saves her. (What Dreams May Come #2; Pairings: Spike/Buffy)


Almost Paradise – BtVS Season 6, Life Serial. When presented with the opportunity to magically alter the world she lives in, Buffy knows there are a lot of very good reasons why she shouldn’t seize it, but figures things can’t get worse. She’s wrong. (Paraverse #1; Pairings: Spike/Buffy)

Living the Dream – An alternate Season 5. There were few things in this world she could count on, but somehow Spike had become one of them. (Paraverse #2; Pairings: Spike/Buffy, Buffy/Angel)

Lost – BtVS Season 6, Life Serial. Spells go wrong all the time. Very rarely do they go wrong in the right way. When Buffy finds herself in a world that is nearly too good to be true, she knows the smart thing to do is embrace it. The price isn’t much—just the man she loves and the sister she left behind. But even with versions of both her vampire and her sister to lean upon, not to mention the watcher she thought she’d lost forever, it turns out that for Buffy, there truly is no place like home. (Paraverse #3; Pairings: Spike/Buffy)

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