5 Works in Naughty Aziraphale (Good Omens)
15 Feb 2020
Continues a theme from my longer mindmovie-scriptish story, You Can Stay At My Place If You Like.
The theme being, "Just how might celestial bodies have sex, anyway?" (Inquiring minds, etc.)
With the additional conceit that the angel's body is glacially cold and the demon's hot (because of course it is).
They live to please one another, and switch roles as needed.
Probably went too Bill Gibson on the costume descriptions, but it was so much fun . . . also an excuse for a hat tip to Pratchett/Gaiman's footnote about Crowley's watch, which still makes me smile.
A bit heavy on the clothes porn in some chapters, but kilts are just asking for it, if you know what I mean and I think you do.
Cover art by Hoar Art
BlueRoses illustration in Chapter 29, Not Nice At All
Aiwa illustration featuring Aziraphale and Crowley in their angelic and demonic presences.
29 Dec 2019
I said there'd be more.
Aziraphale wants to have another go, Crowley wants to indulge his angel, Gabriel isn't particularly happy about any of it, and God super is.
The ineffable husbands and their girls just being cute and ineffable while they wait for baby #3.
Title is from the Robbie Williams song 'Cursed' which has nothing in common with GO at all, I just liked the line "Saint Peter's gonna be unfaithful, tell God he's got a dirty angel!"
Given Aziraphale's commitment to making babies XD
Many thanks to my beta reader MaxKowarth.
- Part 3 of What if this Storm Ends?
Sugar Daddy by Dusty for promethia_tenk
25 Jul 2019
Aziraphale has been doing some 'research' and decides to manipulate Anthony 'Domineering' Crowley into punishing and topping him because he thinks it would be delicious. Crowley indulges the brat.
Three Times Aziraphale Wrapped Crowley Around His Little Finger and One Time He Didn’t Get Away With It by Dusty
25 Jun 2019
Post the a-not-alypse, feeling their way together as lovers, Aziraphale pouts at Crowley for anything he wants or needs. Crowley is growing impatient...
Angels weren’t supposed to experience jealousy. Or were they? Supposedly God did, why shouldn’t angels? Why did they have to be better?
Perhaps it was just in Aziraphale’s own view that the pedestal he’d put angels as a class on didn’t support emotions like jealousy. Too close to envy, or perhaps the same thing.
Thinking about it in those terms didn’t make him feel any less green.