18 Jan 2020
He doesn't make sleeping with informants a habit, truly, but Jyn Erso is becoming something like an addiction. 1/2
15 Jan 2020
Plucked from a prison cell, Jyn Erso is asked to risk life and limb for the last cause worth fighting for: the survival of all humanity. If she wishes to succeed, she must face the ramifications of her father's actions, the tragedy of her past, and her growing desire for the elusive and guarded Captain Andor. /// "I offer you your freedom. A fair trade, I think, considering your charges range from attempted murder to theft of militarized weapons. In any other situation, we simply could not have someone like you roaming about, but for this, my superiors have agreed to make an exception."
Jyn's mouth curls. Someone like you. It sounds like: you, a miserable, bitter bitch. She quite likes his edge, that holier-than-thou attitude. "How very kind of you." She agrees, sarcasm dripping as she sits back to consider her options. Another dreary cell, or certain death. It was hardly a difficult decision.
- Part 1 of From Eden
10 Sep 2018
“Depends,” Jyn flashes him a sly smile, and tosses a small energy spanner into his lap. “On how good your imagination is.” Her eyes are bright with humor, and again he wonders at how green they are in the red sunlight, and the blue and green markings on her arms are almost as colorful. He wants, ridiculously, to trace his fingers down the lines from her shoulder to her elbow, and see if the fine hairs he can see on her skin raise in response, if her skin pebbles and shivers under his touch. She grins at him like a tooka cat scenting a mouse and asks almost sweetly, “Do you have much of an imagination, Offworlder?”
Captain Cassian Andor is chasing rumors of an Imperial weapon. It's not going well, and when an Imperial bounty hunter chases him to an isolated planet rumored to be home to savage witches, it gets significantly worse.
Or, possibly, better than he could have imagined.
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19 Jan 2020