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Lapis has been "happily" living on a freight train for the past few years when a girl with a fetish for sporks and mildly breaking the law tumbles onboard. What starts out as a one-sided acquaintanceship eventually evolves into something that has Lapis dancing in a pool in her underwear and stealing a dog from a pair of unsuspecting orange farmers. It's gonna be a great week.
. . .
"You know, we're awfully close to the door. One wrong bump, and we'd roll right out and probably get stuck in the wheels."
"Then, how about you move to the back?"
"Okay, but then you'd still wind up stuck in the wheels. Wouldn't you rather sit in the back with me than wind up a pile of bloody shit for some poor soul to clean up?"
"Fuck off, Perri."
After discovering some old blueprints of Tadashi's, Hiro constructs a Android: something not quite human but not quite robot either. It fills him with pride to know that he's finished his brother's legacy, to know that they have accomplished something no one has ever done before. Time passes, and the appeal of doing something so revolutionary passes, and Hiro actually befriends the Android. Only, there's something not right about her, something that made Tadashi abruptly hault everything to do with the Android Project. Everyone catches onto this and warns the young inventor to consult his brother's notes. But Hiro fails to see the problem. Because, really, it's not that big of a deal. Really.
There's a new threat in Fabletown. An ungodly beast roams the streets at night, attacking anything and everything in sight. Bigby tracks down and locks away the rogue creature, seemingly ending the whole debacle. But when the sun rises, and the monster's true identity is revealed, a controversy develops that threatens to uproot the already fragile peace between the humane and inhumane occupants of Fabletown. The creature's trial approaches, and Bigby will have to decide what makes a beast a savage and what makes a man a saint.
19 Nov 2017
"Nice try", Bucky chided.
T'Challa arched an eyebrow, then crouched to swing his leg across the floor and underneath Bucky's legs. Bucky grunted and briefly tumbled to the floor before hopping back to his feet.
"You should talk less. It's interfering with your concentration", he replied with a punch.
"I can concentrate just fine, your highness", Bucky sneered. The punch landed securely in his fist, and he beamed as he twisted the attached hand behind T'Challa's back. "Besides. You're not exactly in the position to judge anyone's concentration abilities."
"Possibly." He drew his other elbow back into Bucky's stomach and rolled from underneath him. He stood up tall and curled his hands into fists. "But it's kinda fun."
"It's fun to be a know-it-all?"
T'Challa hooked an arm around his neck and pressed him against the wall. "Yes. Now stop talking."
Harry's assigned to date Zeke, a man suspected of murder and statutory rate, to garner enough evidence to arrest and prosecute him. Somewhere along the way, though, the lines between criminals and law officials blur, and Harry starts to fall for him. But there's a reason Zeke's the prime suspect in this investigation, and, soon enough, Harry finds himself trapped in a relationship mirroring that of Zeke's past victims.