Post Battle of Crait. Rey and Ben stand on opposite sides of war that has no end in sight. Both longing, loathing, missing, and wanting one another with each passing day. Rey busied herself training while Ben busied himself with the role of Supreme Leader. During the days they would fight the Force bond, trying to close it when possible, ignoring each other when it opened to the point of exhaustion.
Only in their dreams would they speak. They would confront one another before once again coming to an understanding and ultimately submitting to their bodily desires. They are only dreams... what harm can sleeping with your enemy bring if it isn't real?
A Twitter prompt from the amazing @Marvel42Captain.
24 Nov 2020
Rey's getting ready to lose it. Between Beaumont's snark and the obscure ramblings of the so-called Jedi sages, she's about ready to throw something...probably one of the fiendishly undecipherable sacred texts...and most likely at Beaumont. It doesn't help that on top of it all, she's pregnant with a baby who flatly refuses to tell her what its gender is, no matter how many times she asks, and all she wants is to be with the one man in the entire galaxy she can't reveal she loves.
It's kriffing hopeless!
Having a heart-to-heart with her Force-mate's mother when she's this stressed out is probably not the best idea, right?
Well, perhaps it is...
~An ASTOS Special Story~
- Part 2 of ASTOS Specials
25 Mar 2021
The Supreme Leader can't focus, too consumed by the opportunity for vengeance soon to be brought before him. His Knights have tracked Hux down and the time for a long-overdue confrontation has come.
So, why is he dreading their arrival?
Seeking peace, Ben reaches out for his Force-mate, finding solace in her love and the happiness of their baby. It doesn't last for long, however, as more reckonings than he'd bargained for lead to an unanticipated revelation that will change everything...
~ An ASTOS Special Story ~
- Part 3 of ASTOS Specials
SPOILERS! Don't read this if you haven't seen Star Wars: TROS. You can call this a fix-it if you want, but I choose to look at it as the next thing that happens. I don't own these characters - for better or worse, they belong to Disney and LucasFilms.
We begin with our girl who is once again alone in a desert, counting the days for something that no one but her believes can or will happen. He promised to come back for her.
01 Apr 2021
“Solo, think about it from my perspective. You want to be director of a field office one day, right? What would you do? Put a green agent with insufficient clearance on protection duty for a high value target? All because a more senior and experienced agent hates kids?!”
“Sir, with all due respect, I don’t hate kids”—actually, he’s pretty sure he does—“but I don’t think I’m the right fit for this job. Would you believe me as a preschool aide?”
After a harrowing undercover assignment, FBI agent Ben Solo decides to take on an “easy” witness protection case that turns out to be anything but.
Inspired by the timeless romantic classic, Kindergarten Cop.
But with heaping cup of swearing. And a half cup of smut. Add a teaspoon of inspiration from Witness. Plus a heavy dash of Bodyguard. Simmer on low for about 18 chapters, then bring to a roaring boil until done. Enjoy!