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Rides a Pale Horse 6/11 
15th-Jul-2011 10:38 pm
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Title: Rides a Pale Horse
Rayne Jelly
Fandom: BtVS
Pairing: Spander. Of course.
Disclaimer: I don’t own any of the labels in this chapter. I’m not sure why there are so many, but I own none of them.
Summary: What would life be like if you couldn't die? Xander Harris is about to find out.
Rating: Still PG-13…
Warnings: Overall story warnings include general angstiness, eventual implied non-con, and possible pretentiousness. Also, it’s been proofread [in as much as anyone is capable of proofing their own stuff: I find I’m not especially effective], but is not beta’d. Any mistakes are mine all mine.
Feedback: How do I count the ways? I love it to the breadth and depth and height my soul can reach. Or at least as far as it’s willing to ooze. Love it.

General Stuff: So, I have to apologize because… much like my day today, the chapter begins with shopping. Also, I find I’m liking this Spike more and more.

The first parts of the story live here.

(Rides a Pale Horse 6
16th-Jul-2011 04:50 pm (UTC)

Great how Spike takes care of Xander. I enjoyed reading this update Thanks!

16th-Jul-2011 07:31 pm (UTC)
I think Spike makes a great caretaker. I keep thinking of him [canon alert!] taking care of Buffy's hands at the start of season 6 and... fell in love a little bit.

Anyway, thank you so much for continuing to read.
16th-Jul-2011 05:51 pm (UTC)
The rich detail in the chapter impresses me. So much mystery to unravel and understand.
Loved the Wally-world description -- and the demon greeter.

I have noticed in btvs/ats fiction everyone goes to Walmart. No one ever went to Penny's. Well, there are a few good ones with Xander going to Home Depot.
16th-Jul-2011 07:30 pm (UTC)
Thank you! I only hope I continue to impress/intrigue [or at least answer some of the questions I've opened up]. I've also noticed a Walmart theme in BtVS fic, it's the convenience and the universality - I know that no matter where I am [barring San Francisco or Manhattan] that somewhere near by I can find frilly pink ribbon, a tire pump, and tuna salad at 3 in the morning.
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