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  1. Summary

    Interstitial and its prequels.

    In published order: Interstitial, Name Us a King, Angry Greeks.

    In chronological order: Name Us a King, Angry Greeks, Interstitial.

    Plus Leftovers, a missing scene from Interstitial, and author commentary on Interstitial.

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  2. 07 Aug 2018

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  8. 23 Dec 2017

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    Dl'd to Calibre
    This is a great totally AU series. Lex got tired of being lied to and left. Starts with Chloe visiting a depressed Clark at college (complete with breaking a frat hazing story and a Swedish math genius supermodel who wants Clark), continues with a HILARIOUS Lois & Clark as reporter and Clark starting to lose his powers and coming clean to Lex. Great banter in the later stories, and totally hilarious. (Amanda, the daughter of a senator, that Clark saves is excellent - their trip to see a baseball game is particularly great).

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    Clark puts the control on the coffee table with the others and then rolls over onto his back to find Lex staring at him, his water halfway to his open mouth.

    Lex swallows. "You know, I always felt that couch was missing something."

    "What?" Clark takes advantage of Lex's surprise and puts his hands behind his head, lets one foot fall to the floor. "Me on my back?"

    "Jesus, Clark!" Lex sounds like a man in the grip of an epiphany. He puts his water down and crawls onto the couch, straddling Clark and staring down at him with the fervor of the newly converted. "Look at you. Why hasn't someone chained you to their bed and married you?"

    "Blix certainly tried," Clark says, running a hand up Lex's thigh, tucking his fingers into the waistband of Lex's pants.

    *******
    "My bed," Lex gasps, "is better for this."

    Clark scratches his nails down the back of Lex's thigh. "What's wrong with the couch?"

    Lex hisses. "Nothing's wrong with the couch. The couch is fucking fantastic. I'm thinking of getting it bronzed, but right now it's not big enough for this."

    Clark shifts so that they're face to face again, Lex's leg sliding down to hook over Clark's hip and pull them together.

    "But we haven't even been on a real date yet, Lex." Clark bites his lip, all wide eyes and farm-fresh innocence. "I'm not that kind of girl."

    "Clark. I think you are exactly that kind of girl," Lex says, digging his bare toes into the back of Clark's leg.

    And somehow it's the thought that Lex must have taken his socks off while in the other room that makes Clark want to be serious and slow and watch Lex's eyes close as he kisses him, serious and slow, because this is Lex and no one has ever been this important to him. It's very possible no one else ever will be.

    "I think you might be right," Clark says as he pulls back from the kiss.

    "Might be? When have I ever been wrong?" Lex asks, sprawled lazy and boneless beneath him.

    Clark shakes his head sadly. "You're delirious. Remember the summer squash experiment?"

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    Post-Smallville, Clark starts to lose his powers and gets his fencing wire scar back

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