When she woke up, she knew three things: First, that she wasn't in her room. Second, that she wasn't in her clothes. Three, she didn't recognize the strange man leaning against the wall, watching her.
Kira Ren isn't Kira Ren. Her name is Rey.
Kira Ren doesn't live on a farm with her husband, his brother, and his parents. She lives in a basement, in a remote house, with her captors.
Kira Ren doesn't love her life and her family. She lives in hell.
One thing is true, though: Rey is married to Kylo Ren. And she can't decide whether or not she hates him.
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18 Jan 2020
Rey Palpatine, heiress to the infamous Palpatine fortune, knew all about Ben Solo - the rich, spoiled, overprivileged, and egotistical son of Senator Leia Organa and famous archeologist Han Solo. She knew that he was the stereotypical “womanizing bad boy”, often pictured in gossip magazines at the most elite nightclubs with at least 2 models wrapped around his arms. And she knew that they were only betrothed to marry for his parents’ political gain and her grandfather’s own selfish reasons.
Modern AU where Rey is forced to marry Ben to please their respective families and, despite their initial opposition, they eventually can’t deny the growing connection between them.
*will update tags as I go*
16 Jan 2020
Ben Solo lives with his friend & roommate Armitage Hux. Armitage Hux is as pretentious as it gets. Ben Solo is completely uninterested in Hux's fancy snobby elitist New Year's Eve party... until he meets Rey.
16 Jan 2020
From @reylo_prompts: “Big boss Kylo Ren is the world's biggest grump. Rey, his intern with zero self-preservation instincts, decides to test on him a theory that five hugs per day can make a person happy. The whole company holds their breath.”
Ben is endlessly grumpy, exacting in his criticism, and irritable. And more than anything else, he's exhausted. Rey is too much. She's too brave, too intent on having her new colleagues like her, and she cares too much.
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- Part 2 of This is me, saving what I love
Ben loves Rey. Rey loves her boyfriend. Who isn't Ben.
And Ben most definitely does not love himself.