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    Every 300 years, Heaven and Hell share a company retreat on Earth during which angels and demons temporarily surrender their celestial powers.

    Officially, it’s a time for fostering team unity and better understanding the needs of the client base. It’s definitely not a time for terrorizing the hotel staff with divine/diabolical showdowns, abusing the ethereal expense account, or furiously snogging your hereditary enemy. But when Aziraphale and Crowley are up for promotion, Hell breaks loose and Heaven might just break free.

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    25 Nov 2020

    Bookmarker's Notes

    my GOD THE FLIRTING AND SEXUAL TENSION IN THIS ONE. so, sooOooOoo deliciously good. the ending was a liiiil but rushed but besides that everything was peach perfect.

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    “Yes, hi, are you the owner of this store?” a man asked loudly. American, judging from the accent.
    Aziraphale’s reply was clipped, but he confirmed he did indeed own the place.
    “Have you noticed any… unusual activity?” Another American piped in, just as loud as the first man.
    “Like what?” Aziraphale’s voice was a little higher now.
    “Flickering lights, cold spots…”
    “Tapping in the walls, sulfur smell?”
    “Books falling off the shelves by themselves?”
    “No, no, nothing like that,” Aziraphale squeaked. Crowley could clearly picture him waving his hand dismissively.
    “Ed and Harry, professional paranormal investigators. We were on vacation when we heard there was demonic activity in the area,” Glasses introduced, indicating himself as Ed.
    “Professionals,” Harry repeated.
    Glasses – Crowley thought it was much better name – presented a business card.
    “Ghostfacers?”

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    23 Nov 2020

    Bookmarker's Notes

    i really like that aziraphale also had some fun pranking those dudes!

  3. Rec 86

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    Crowley, King of Hell, has been searching for his missing angel for a long time. So long, in fact, that he's desperate enough to turn to his worst enemies/occasional allies for help.

    After all, if you want a job done with no regard for collateral damage, you turn to the Winchesters.

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    23 Nov 2020

    Bookmarker's Notes

    i liked it because crowley really wanted to hug aziraphale

  4. Rec 52

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    Way back in the days of polytheism, Hell sowed the seeds of its own destruction. Now with Armageddon't behind them, an angel and a demon look forward to a life together. A life those sown seeds threatens whether Crowley is ready to admit it or not.

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    "It is unwise to summon what you cannot dismiss." - Neil Gaiman, Sandman #50

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    19 Nov 2020

    Bookmarker's Notes

    syl said it themself but this fic really was an emotional roller coaster. truly an interesting take on the summoning fics and oh so good at the end. maybe a tad bit more hurt than comfort? but once the comfort's there is oh so sweet

  5. Rec 5

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    Dr. Whitly escapes from prison and his first stop is to call on one Lieutenant Gil Arroyo. Turns out he's not all that happy about Gil stepping in to take care of the Whitly family in his absence.

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    17 Nov 2020

    Bookmarker's Notes

    yooo way more angsty and gritty than what i usually read but real good!

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