Story Type: One-Shot
Other Results: 3 Series
(Written for the Noel of Spike Live Journal community) *Sequel to ’Tis Better to Give* After she shows up as promised on Christmas Day, Spike decides that Willow might just be the gift that keeps on giving.
*Set immediately after the end of I Will Remember You* Buffy's vow never to forget is as empty as the bed they shared (never shared at all) and Angel is left wondering what it all means.
*Set several months after NFA* In the wake of Fred's tragic loss, Willow has left Kennedy and magic behind and settled into a monotonous but safe life with a boring job and a rented house. But what happens when the past comes calling?
*Set in the summer between Season 5 and Season 6* Xander's trying to have a private moment at Buffy's grave, but some vampires just won't take a hint. (This is not even slightly shippy, no matter how hard you squint.)
*Set 5 years after BTVS* It's been five years since Anya died, but Xander doesn't get to mark the occasion by drinking alone. *pre-slash*
(This was written for the whichwillow Live Journal community in answer to the Season Two prompt: What if Willow managed to complete the soul restoration the first time?) Magic has opened a door that Willow wishes she could close.
*Set in Season 4, post-Oz but pre-Tara* Willow's sick and staying at her parents' house when she winds up with an unlikely nursemaid.
*Set post series* Willow rounds a corner in Istanbul and runs into a man from her past. The thing is? It's not Oz.
(This was written for the Circle of Friends Remix and is a remix of M. Scott Eiland's Comebacks ) Just when you think you've got it all under control, the sound of someone's laughter takes you right back to where you never wanted to be.
(This was written for the cof_remix and is a remix of aadler's Dusk Over Pompeii: http://aadler.livejournal.com/5592.html) The Key is the world and the world must contain the Key. Hopes and dreams and even love? They're just collateral damage.
(This was written for the COF Remix and is a remix M. Scott Eiland's Defining Moments) Angel’s unexpected houseguest has a guest of his own and as Angel sits, excluded and alone, powerless and curious, all he can do is wonder if anything means what he thought it did.
*Set between Seasons Five and Six.* They're lost and hurting without Buffy. One of them has the answer to at least some of what ails them.
*Set in Season 5 during Fool for Love* Spike is drowning his sorrows in alcohol when someone comes to thank him for... a good deed?
*Set in Season 4 during The Yoko Factor* Angel and Riley's encounter in the alley goes just a bit differently. (Angel/Riley)
*Set in Season 4/Season 1 after Something Blue and Hero* In the aftermath of Willow's unfortunate Will Be Done spell, Giles sends her to L.A. to deliver some important books to Angel... without telling her something she really should have known. That's not the only thing she learns on this visit, either - and if a little knowledge is a dangerous thing? More can be agonizing.
(This was written for the whichwillow community in answer to the Season One prompt: How does Willow feel after the events of I Robot, You Jane?) She was wrong when she thought she'd found a boy who could love her. But for a brief moment, what she finds instead is someone who understands.
*Season Four* Instead of performing the Will Be Done spell, Willow heads to L.A. in search of Oz.
*Set just after Something Blue* It's a very special day in the life of Giles's vampire "houseguest" and Willow's determined to do something to mark the occasion. But what?
*Set in Season Six, after Wrecked.* Willow seeks absolution from Spike and winds up trying to fix things with magic... one last time.
For my Ninth Anniversary Fic Fest *Set ten years to the day after Chosen and nine years and one day after Not Fade Away* A witch and a vampire walk into a bar... It's been ten years since the destruction of Sunnydale and nine years and a day since they last saw each other. Maybe it's time for Willow and Angel to have a drink.
(This was written for the whichwillow community in answer to the Season One prompt: What if Willow was the one who staked Jesse?) *Set right after the events of The Harvest* She might not have meant to, but she killed her best friend. Now she's back at the scene of the crime and it's as if nothing happened here at all... at least to everyone but Willow. Oh, and some strange guy in the alley behind The Bronze.