Aisalynn [Contact]
02/04/2009

http://aisalynn.livejournal.com


I'm a twenty year old creative writing major who was just recently introduced to Buffy.


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Stories by Aisalynn

Bittersweet by Aisalynn

Rated: PG • 8 Reviews Liked
Summary: Unable to sleep, Buffy finds herself sharing a cup of hot chocolate with Spike. --Takes place sometime in season 7

Just a Little More Real by Aisalynn

Rated: 15 • 4 Reviews Liked
Summary:
Nominated in the SunnyD Awards for Best Characterization and Best Gen Fic.

It shouldn't be lust for your hated enemy that makes you feel alive again, should it? Except she didn't really hate him anymore.

Make Me Immortal With a Kiss by Aisalynn

Rated: NC-17 • 7 Reviews Liked
Summary: A small smile appears on her lips and her eyes slip from his to rest on his chest, tracing the scratches and dried blood there with her gaze. “Is that what you are?” She reaches up and touches his chest, fingers drawing patterns against the untouched skin in the center. They make a cross, but he doesn’t say anything. “A demon here to tempt me into selling my soul and living an eternal life in hell?”

Pause by Aisalynn

Rated: 15 • 7 Reviews Liked
Summary: Post-series. Spike is reunited with Buffy only to find out that he's been replaced--by himself?

Spark by Aisalynn

Rated: 18 • 4 Reviews Liked
Summary: Unable to leave the cave in Africa, Spike deals with the memories of all he has done.

Tough Decisions by Aisalynn

Rated: 15 • 5 Reviews Liked
Summary: This was war and Buffy already knew she had to make some hard decisions. ---Post Lies My Parents Told Me

What Richie Said by Aisalynn

Rated: 18 • 13 Reviews Liked
Summary: Buffy reluctantly visits Richard in the hospital after her disastrous birthday party, and hears some astonishing information. ---Written for Seasonal_Spuffy, set post Older and Far Away.

What You Need by Aisalynn

Rated: 15 • 4 Reviews Liked
Summary: She didn't know when Spike became the one person she could depend on, but she'd stopped questioning it by now. --Post Dirty Girls