It's the summer of 1852 and Dani O'Mara is traveling west to join her husband Edmund in the goldmine town he left her behind in Iowa to establish two years prior. The long journey, she's expecting. The desert heat, she's expecting. The nervous anticipation at the idea of a fresh start out west, she's expecting. She’s decidedly not, however, expecting a gang of outlaws to kidnap her from the train by order of their notorious leader, JT London. (It’s Jamie. She’s the leader. If that was in any way unclear.)
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04 Aug 2021
It’s not about control.
Kaz twitches his eyebrow in disbelief, because not being in control and emotional expression are both unimaginable to him. But Inej doesn’t need Kaz to believe her (isn’t sure about ascribing the word ‘need’ to her relationship with Kaz at all), so she just rolls her eyes at him, picking up her sketchbook and heading on her way.
It’s about beauty.
Fandoms: Six of Crows Series - Leigh Bardugo
29 Dec 2016
Nina comes home.
"It seems the safest thing to do, to have you aboard," said Inej. "After all, the first time I was on a ship with you, you saved my life. I'm counting on you to continue keeping me alive."
"Matthias - she choked on her tears - had said Inej's best quality was her bravery. Her courage. Nina disagreed."
Nina and Inej have a conversation about the events of the duology, and what happened afterwards. Oneshot.