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24th-Mar-2011 12:57 pm
I am looking for a desert Spander where Spike was a Northern warrior sold into slavery and purchased by Xander for his tribe. Xander must claim him with magic, but Xander isn't interested in men (at that time) and it proves difficult. Once Spike gets the chance he runs, but is captured and forced to with Xander.

Willow was Xander's sister and Xander was engaged to Anya.

Thanks in advance.


I was informed by a Bloodclaim reader that I should not have shared the link so I have edited my entry to reflect that and deleted the reply that provided me with the link.

Stillrose, I apologise for making the link to Desert Ice (found on Spander Files) public and I hope to purchase and read the original story one day. Your writing is fabulous and well worth waiting for. I am a big fan and I hope that you are doing well. <3
24th-Mar-2011 05:37 pm (UTC)
|That was by Stillrose and I think it was taken down as she was adapting it to sell. Desert Ice or something - hang on...
24th-Mar-2011 06:26 pm (UTC)
Thanks! It's defintiely worth waiting for.
24th-Mar-2011 06:58 pm (UTC)
That is Desert Ice by the awesome stillrose. She's had RL problems but I think she was rewriting it as an original (non Spander) story and hoping for a publisher. Spike was a warrior prince from the North sold into slavery by his family. Xander bought him and they were bound magically.Neither were happy with this situation but were learning to adjust. Xander was a Mange and Liam/Angel was his brother. Xander wanted Spike as a fighter for his tribe. It was an unfinished WIP.
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26th-Mar-2011 08:04 pm (UTC)
When an author locks their work in their LJ, removes it from the web, asks archives to delete it and people who have it on their hard drives not to share it, because they are turning it into an original story they hope to sell, it would be nice to think people respected their wishes.

27th-Mar-2011 03:50 pm (UTC)
As I have written above in my revised my post I removed the link. I have also removed the response that provided me with the link. Because the link came from the Spander Files, an archive, it was appeared that was OK to post. I will be more careful in the future about this and contact the author directly if I am told that the work is being revised for publication. I certainly want the author to receive payment for all of the hard work that has gone into writing an original story.

I will contact Stillrose and let her know that Desert Ice it is still on the Spander Files.

Thank you for giving me the information, Erica.
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