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  1. Public Bookmark 96

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    No matter how many dragons they have under their command, they will never win this war so long as any of the White Walkers live. The humans of Westeros are their own worst enemies, every person who dies rising again as a wight, their numbers shrinking even as the army of the Night King grows. Natasha has the opportunity now to turn the tide, to halt the snow, to bring the dawn. Certainly, she could break the grip of the inhuman creature that holds her, she could take Jaime and escape to fight another day. But when will she get this close again? Especially as it is believed that the one holding a blade of rimefrost to her throat may well be the most important of the Walkers. The keystone of their conquest.

    Sequel to A Widow's Walk.

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    23 Jul 2017

  2. Public Bookmark 22

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    He expects Otabek only to go for a moment, but the seconds tick away long enough that Yuri sits up and stares at the bedroom door, straining to listen for any noise. And then, unexpectedly, he hears voices in the living room. Voices, plural. He crawls out of bed and makes his way into the hall to investigate, and what he sees is so strange that he figures it must be a dream. He presses his fists into his eyes and rubs, then blinks a few times rapidly, and finally says, “Beka. I must be having a nightmare. Jean-Jackass Leroy is on the couch.”

    “Yuri,” Otabek says, and his tone is caught somewhere between being dark with warning and soft with confusion.

    “Awe, someone’s grumpy,” JJ coos and the artificial sweetness of his voice gets Yuri grinding his teeth.

    “What the fuck is going on here?”

    “JJ came to visit,” Otabek states, almost as if this isn’t the weirdest, most unexpected thing that’s happened to them.

    “Surprise!” JJ says, and Yuri wants to hit him.

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    04 Jun 2017

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    "I don't mess with the fae," Otabek says.

    "I'm not asking you to mess with them," JJ flat-out lies.

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    07 Feb 2017

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    Sometimes Yuri forgets that Otabek is older than him. And not just in the "has four years of seniors on him" way or the "his old-ass body is going to crap out of competition before Yuri’s does" way or the "doesn’t have to go to fucking tutoring everyday because he graduated, the lucky bastard" way. Because, like, yeah, all of that’s true, but on any given day it doesn’t particularly matter. They mostly do all of the same stuff, and know all of the same people, and have the same job, so, like, what’s the big deal, right?

    Tongues.

    Tongues are the big deal.

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    31 Jan 2017

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    “Fuck you. Fuck you for being kind, for seeing me for who I really am, and for looking good in a leather jacket. You ruined everything. I like you.”

    Puberty sucks. Feelings suck more. In the wake of a post-Worlds meltdown, Yuri accidentally discovers his artistic identity in a jazz dance class with Otabek and Mila. Along the way, Otabek unleashes his inner Channing Tatum, Yuri gets in touch with his inner Georgi, and Yakov probably loses more hair. Welcome to the madness.

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    26 Jan 2017