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    07 Jul 2017

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    Devil wears Prada

  2. Public Bookmark 16

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    What if Joan and Vera’s debriefing sessions had gone a little differently? My take on that, and the subsequent consequences.

    “There was a sweetness in the air, a certain electric charge as the smoke curled around Vera’s hair to whisper something delicious and dangerous into her ear. She shook her head slightly and felt it weave in and out of her loose curls.”

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    13 Oct 2016

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  3. Public Bookmark 8

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    An alternate outcome of the riot in 3x01, and of Joan and Vera’s relationship from that point forward.

    “She could still feel the cool metal of the blade against her skin. She could still hear the adrenaline-laced breathing of her masked captor. She could still smell the earthy metallic scent of her own blood as the blade had been drawn across her collar, up to the base of her neck.”

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    08 Oct 2016

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  4. Public Bookmark 5

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    A companion piece/sequel to “Variations.” Influenced by Margaret Atwood’s gorgeous poem, “Variations On The Word Love.”

    “Joan’s heart beat wildly as she merged her bare flesh and tousled hair with Vera’s. This connection, this yearning, this was home, and Joan would do anything to protect it.”

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    26 Sep 2016

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  5. Public Bookmark 3

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    A bit of indulgent fluff which has been heavily influenced by the gorgeous poem, “Variations On The Word Sleep,” by the brilliant Margaret Atwood.

    “Tonight had been a good night; long and full to the brim with passion. It was exceedingly rare for Joan to succumb to exhaustion before Vera. It was also exceedingly rare for Joan to allow Vera to do anything in bed other than lay back and indulge in the pleasure that Joan so generously gave to her. Yet both rarities had taken place this evening and Vera found that her cheeks were actually beginning to get sore from smiling so much at the wonderful coincidence occurring after such a brutal day.”

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    21 Sep 2016

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