If the Sky Comes Falling Down For You
23 Jul 2019
“I’ll see you tomorrow,” Crowley states, pulling away and heading for the door. “Love you, angel.”
“I love you too, dear,” Aziraphale calls after him, watching him leave the shop before he locks the door and retires to his upstairs flat for a cup of tea.
What Aziraphale doesn’t notice is the quiet commotion outside; the quick snatch of a demon as the moon rises over Soho from a familiar set of angels. Despite Crowley’s best efforts, Gabriel and Sandalphon manage to catch him by surprise and drag him away from Earth and towards Heaven, efficiently knocking him out as they take off.
Or, alternatively: Crowley sees his Mother, and in quick succession, tries to punch the face of God.
- Part 1 of If the Sky Comes Falling Down For You