This tag belongs to the Additional Tags Category.
Parent tags (more general):
This tag has not been marked common and can't be filtered on (yet).
Works which have used it as a tag:
02 Apr 2016
Leia is giddy. She tries not to hope too much, give them space to overcome their obstacles. But Leia would be lying to herself if she didn’t admit that Rey’s place in her son’s life has filled her with dreams long buried. Dreams of large family dinners, surrounded by small children with mops of dark hair. Just a few months ago Leia had resigned herself to dying alone, with no family to mourn her. And now, this girl who came out of nowhere, has given Leia everything … She is impossibly grateful to Rey. As long as her son doesn’t screw it up.
A one-shot from 'He Knows He Needs to Stop' from Leia's POV, in which Rey receives The Talk from Mama Leia.
17 Jan 2020
This universe is based on Sisa after the Void, the universe in which both Shui and Leaks are still alive and well. This fanfic is based on the AU that is the Snow White Drama CD if you know it, so many characters are cute teenagers. So yes, underage. But YES. I want to try CONSENSUAL OMFG.
There will still probably be some sex in it because I can't seem to not write anything without sex. I'll consider it a slow burn, though, since there's already a lot of making out and stuff. Seriously, though, I'll try to keep it mostly consensual--for Sisa, anyway.
Really. I'll try for fluffy. I need a fluffy story, and I totally fucked the other fluffy School Days story over as far as fluff goes. I'll keep that going, too, but I want one that's just cute and light. Seriously. This is getting way too serious. :)
- Part 2 of Fluffy School Days
How to tell someone you love him? How can you be sure the feeling is mutual? Is there a way to true love without taking a risk? Two boys tiptoe around each other, not sure about the other’s feelings.
When TJ asks Cyrus to come along on a cabin trip, they both have to face the challenge of confronting themselves and the other with their true feelings. Lucky for them, TJ’s parents are there to support them. Well…, maybe a bit too much sometimes…