Silicon Valley - Freeform
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08 Jan 2017
MODERN AU - A sequel to "My Fair Warrior, Pt. 1," which covers ACOTAR.
Stateside once more after being prisoners of war in the Ural Mountains during the war between the U.S. and Russia, Tamlin and Feyre became the subjects of a reality TV show documenting their recovery, produced by the bubbly Southern Belle, Ianthe Callahan. But when her fellow former prisoner and health tech millionaire Rhysand Knight crashes their Independence Day wedding, Feyre must face difficult truths about the world her fiance occupies--including the plot of Tamlin's father, former U.S. Secretary of Defense Bernard Springer, to frame Rhys for treason and cover up his own illicit dealings with Russia.
- Part 2 of ACOTAR Modern AU
the lives of working adults in silicon valley as they face tech bros, outrageous housing costs, and the forefront of new tech.
Fandoms: Nichijou | My Ordinary Life (Anime & Manga), Re:ゼロから始める異世界生活 | Re:Zero Starting Life in Another World (Anime), さくら荘のペットな彼女 | Sakurasou no pet na kanojo | The Pet Girl of Sakurasou, ご注文はうさぎですか? | Gochuumon wa Usagi Desu ka? | Is the Order a Rabbit?, Psycho-Pass, Toaru Majutsu no Index | A Certain Magical Index, Toradora!, ニセコイ | Nisekoi: False Love, Neon Genesis Evangelion, Sword Art Online (Anime & Manga), K-On!, Political RPF - US 21st c.
05 May 2019
The current global order has weathered world wars, financial crises, and waves of populist uprisings. When anime characters became real, the system handled it better than anyone expected. But it still cracked in all the usual human ways. Corporations and governments scooped up the most interesting few. As for the rest, most people reacted to anime characters the way people always do when strange newcomers enter their countries.
13 Aug 2019
“…so, no, Ben Solo, unless you want to marry me, there’s nothing—NOTHING—you can do to help my situation!” Rey screamed from the top of her lungs. She turned roughly away when she felt a stray tear roll down her cheek. God damn it. It was so mortifying. Of all the people in San Francisco she could break down in front of, it had to be Ben-fucking-Solo. She took a few steps backwards, intending to spin around and run away before she could embarrass herself any further, but a large hand wrapped around her forearm before she could.
“Wait.” He didn’t say any more for a second. He looked at her, his eyebrows drawing minutely together, as if he was puzzling through a stubborn bug, an impossible problem. Then, just as Rey was about to shake his hand loose, she heard him say, “We can... if you want.”
U.K. borne Rey Unkar thought she finally found a home in Silicon Valley: she has a group of close friends who love her, a great job as a developer at Resistance Labs, a vacation to Puerto Rico in the plans, and even an online friend that she can nerd out with on the best way to implement a Bloom filter in C++.
Then, her H-1B extension gets denied and she has 10 days before she is legally required to leave the U.S.