16 Feb 2018
As the Scourge takes hold, the Weyrs—and Pern—face a terrible future. Sea'n makes a discovery he believes may offer a solution, but at the risk of everything he knows and loves—including Elijah
- Part 4 of The Golden Queen
Fandoms: The Lord of the Rings RPF
26 Dec 2017
Sean and Elijah are clearly not the only ones who spent far too long on the Shakespearean insult generator: http://www.mainstrike.com/mstservices/handy/insult.html
Fandoms: Lord of the Rings RPF
30 Oct 2017
See title. Or, the best laid plans…
Warning: Please do read the tags provided and consider all possible implications. However, there is no underage sex and no ‘on-screen’ non-con sex for anyone. (NB: 16 is the age of consent in 31 US states and many other places.) Most of the squick—which may be quite a lot, depending on your threshold—also happens ‘off-screen’
Rule of thumb: if you’re easily squicked or likely to be triggered, please don’t read. Otherwise, I hope you enjoy, because this story is—as ever—essentially a R♥mance!
His lordship is rich, bored and allowing himself to be persuaded to a marriage of convenience, since the love of his life seems unwilling to put in an appearance and he is, after all, nearing thirty.
Only rarely does his path cross that of the baronet, a social butterfly with appalling dress sense; when it does, his lordship's contempt is whole-hearted—and fascinated.
But Sir Elijah is both less and far more than he seems—and an unexpected encounter between the two men sets in train events which will change their lives forever…
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The Heart of Ciara is complete in 202,500 words and will post weekly. It is technically more Georgian than Regency, the latter being more a genre, in the context of fiction, than historical fact.
- Part 1 of The Heart of Ciara
After the practice, it’s time for the real thing…
[Best avoided by those who believe high school kids aren't into sex]
- Part 3 of The Project