June 25th, 2011



Title: Outed
Author: BmblBee
Paring: Spander
Rating: NC17
Warning: Contains language and M/M sexual activity
Disclaimer: The Bee has no claim of ownership on the characters in this story but
the plot and story are original. Please do not take without asking.

Summary: In the year 2012, the vampires of the world stood up and revealed
themselves to mankind in an attempt to rule the Earth. All did not go as planned and
now they have become second class citizens living under the control of an international
entity known as the IVRC. For some vampires, who can't forget the freedom of the past,
their existence as a near-slave population is something to revolt against. The vampires
need a new hero and Spike has needs of his own.

Thanks to Petxnd for the preread and the lovely banner.

Link to previous chapters HERE

Chapter 36
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Ghost in the Machine # 31

Title: Ghost in the Machine

Author: josie_h

Pairing: Xander/Spike
Rating: Mature Audiences – for content and themes later on - ie M/M
Summary: Post Black Thorn and final AtS - The PtBs screw with Spike yet again.
Spoilers: Canon is Post S7 BtVS and S5 AtS.
Warnings: M/M – if you don’t like boys together, don’t play here!
Author’s Note: Don’t own the characters nor make any money from stories etc, and bow down to their original creators
Joss, et al., plus all the wonderful online writers who continue to give the Buffy/Angel verse characters life.
Previous parts here
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Of Persons Outside Windows (Spike/Xander, PG-13)

Originally posted by baudown at Of Persons Outside Windows (Spike/Xander, PG-13)
Title:  Of Persons Outside Windows
Author:  baudown
Pairing:  Spike/Xander
Rating:  PG-13 (a very little bit of sex and language)
Disclaimer:  Don't own them. Just use them for my own loving and nefarious purposes.
Feedback:  As much as I can get, please.
Summary:  Set in an altered season 4.  They get to know each other.
Note:  This somehow doesn't feel done, or as if something's missing, or just not quite right.  But I've been fiddling around with it for weeks and weeks and weeks,  not wanting to let it go, and now I just have to take the leap.  Also, the title is again from Emily Dickinson.

Of Persons Outside Windows

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