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Crowley isn't sure how to catch-up to Aziraphale's sudden, specific appetite.
There are some good non-sex moments in this. If you just want a good fic minus dick touching, read chapter 1 and 4. The story reads the same, and is actually quite sweet.
Also this might be insensitive to some, heaven isn't okay with queer relationships in this. It's mentioned in chapter 4.
27 Jun 2019
Aziraphale is quite fond of the idea of domesticated animals and decides to give it a whirl with a bookshop pet. Crowley stops by for drinks and is delighted when it turns out to be a force of evil, in a sense.
Bonus angst!: The two grow testy when Crowley drunkenly divulges a little too much of his past.
*This runs off of show canon and also plays with the idea Crowley was the archangel Raphael before the fall!
09 Aug 2019
"No," he admitted. “I couldn’t see things as they did, because they were in love every time they painted. You’re entirely correct. Love is what makes it art, to me.” He wanted so badly to be fearless. Instead, he supposed, he must be brave. To continue onward in spite of the fear and hope that Crowley wouldn’t hate him for it. "But...if they had been you, I think I would have made a very good painter indeed." Alternatively, an angel and a demon with two brain cells between them get stuck in the rain, have a chat about Banksy, and ultimately get their act together.
Fandoms: Good Omens, Gay Omens - Fandom, Ineffable husbands - Fandom, I dont know what else you kids call this
24 Aug 2019
The story of how Hell came to be, how the angels fell, but most importantly, this is the story of how Raphael lost his name and became the demon Crowley. I spent hours trapped in the ninth dimension trying to come up with ways to explain the origins of things like time and emotion in human terms so please just fucking read this thing. I lost a good chunk of sanity for the sake of narrative.