Fandoms: Star Wars - All Media Types, Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens (2015), Star Wars Sequel Trilogy
15 Aug 2018
Years ago Saphren Varien met the man of her dreams at a cantina. She remembers next to nothing, other than the fact that he was an officer in the First Order. But the memory of him follows her, even after her enlistment.
She has finally been accepted into advanced Officers training. There are just two problems: Hux takes an immediate disliking to her, and she still has no idea who her mystery man is.
Saphren's physical characteristics aren't touched upon, to make her closer to a reader insert. (Other than skin color, which is pale.)
“You’re drunk.” The words were deliciously soft, skin raising as his lips brushed my ear. One strong hand held both of mine, stopping their roaming. Fire burned deep in my gut, and I pressed my legs together with a whine.
“And?” I thought I could feel his lips curve into a smile behind my ear. Though it seemed impossible, he leaned further into me, sending jitters down my spine. “What does it matter?” I asked in a daze.
“It matters,” he paused, his other hand sliding down my arm. “Invite me to your bed when you are in full control of your faculties,” he whispered, my hair moving with his breath. “And I will come willingly.”
Smutty Chapters are *
- Part 1 of Memory
12 Jul 2018
Supreme Leader Snoke has sent Kylo Ren to determine if things are actually going to plan on General Hux' pet project, concerned that multiple delays mean that the venture is inherently flawed. While spying on Hux, Kylo has also been tasked with studying survival tactics on an ice planet for a future mission that he is to undertake. Things go a bit wonky when he's asked to help with Officer's Training, and, as you'd expect, he can't pass up any opportunity to push Hux' buttons. But something that had started as a way for him to undermine Hux turns into something he didn't expect.
This is Kylo's story during the events if Merimna, and will have multiple POV's. This is a companion story and occurs simultaneously and with overlap. Although possible to read as a standalone, there will be references that will confuse things.
Also there is considerably less plot than Merimna. Smutty bits are notated with a *.
- Part 2 of Memory