Having been injured on the battlefield, Nicole finds herself assigned to be the personal guard of the kingdom's most beloved yet aggravating princess. Strained friendships and an arranged marriage are not enough to stand in the way of the true love that blossoms from discord.
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11 Oct 2021
Fandoms: Wynonna Earp (TV)
15 Mar 2018
There's a thousand stories out there of wedding-night kisses that involve superhuman canine teeth embedded in the carotid artery, a gift of eternal un-life in exchange for loss of humanity. But there are no stories about a honeymoon hospital stay and superhuman healing granted to save your wife from broken bones and an anesthetic allergy in exchange for primal hunger and a killer monthly cycle.
- Part 1 of moonsinger chronicles
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01 Oct 2021
The Sum Total of Living is a loose interpretation of Dante's The Divine Comedy, by way of Wynonna Earp and The Good Place. Set in the established universe of The Good Place, it imagines the crossover between Wynonna Earp's reality and the existence of a good place; a bad place; and a really very bad place—revenant hell. Although the setting is based on both shows, the cast of characters is almost entirely that of Wynonna Earp's world, and the narrative centers around two strands: Nicole Haught, trying to understand the afterlife; and Waverly Earp, trying to get back to her.
There are three parts to this story, with three chapters in each part, and a final coda. The nine main chapters is a nod to Dante's structure, but the need to write all the chapters to the same precise word count is my own.
The chosen was a female this time, of the apex species. Young and fine and made of a billion shimmering cells. A daughter of the so-called Eve, but claimed now by the old god. Filled with the old god, and the seed of the old god, and the essence of the old god. Holy.
An AU take on the possession of Waverly Earp.
Nicole is about to start her senior year of high school on probation, in another foster home, in a totally new town. When she arrives in Purgatory, she learns how the other half truly lives and isn't sure she's ever going to fit in. Things change when she meets Waverly, who shows her that not everyone in town is the same.
- Part 1 of We’ll Take On The World