Slayer Chronicles - White Flower - RIFTUverse - Oneshots

Buffy and her gang of Scoobies have been a favorite of mine since the movie first came out.  Is it no surprise that I keep returning to this particular playground to muck about with the characters?  

Chronicle One: Her Little Secrets - What if things didn't happen as they did in season four?  What if there was some truth behind the idea that Tara was otherworldly? Willow/Tara.

Chronicle Two: Prison of Choice - Not all bars are solid, not all cages tangible.  This is the sequel to Her Little Secrets. Willow/Tara.

Chronicle  Three: The Rat's Tale - Being an account of Amy the Rat, and how she found both love and humanity in the town of Sunnydale. Willow/Tara.  Buffy/Amy.

Part One - Part Two - Part Three - Part Four - Part Five - Part Six

Chronicle Four: LA Story - The final chapter in the saga of this iteration of the Scoobies.  (Okay, maybe not final, I never say never.)  This one's all about Faith.  Cordelia/Faith.  Buffy/Amy.  Willow/Tara.

Part One - Part Two - Part Three - Part Four - Part Five - Part Six - Part Seven - Part Eight

Several years ago, The Sunnydale Chronicles earned a couple of awards.  I just recently rediscovered the graphics.  Thank you, again, to those who voted for the stories!


White Flower - A Kennedy-centric piece set in season seven.  Willow/Kennedy.

Freakazoid - Followup to "White Flower".  Willow/Kennedy.

Cycle's End - My take on how the series ends.  Finale to the White Flower series.  Willow/Kennedy.  Buffy/Faith.

Part One - Part Two 

The White Flower series has won the coveted, "This Ain't Crap" award from TrueXena.

Resurrection is for the Unbelievers - A crossover between Buffy, Angel, and the movies Dracula II: Ascention and Dracula III: Legacy.  Willow/Kennedy.  Elizabeth/Kate.  

One - Two - Three - Four - Five - Six - Seven - Eight - Nine - Ten - Eleven - Twelve - Thirteen - Fourteen - Fifteen
Sixteen - Seventeen - Eighteen - Nineteen - Twenty - Twenty-One - Twenty-Two - Twenty-Three
Twenty-Four - Twenty-Five - Twenty-Six - Twenty-Seven - Twenty-Eight - Twenty-Nine

Mercy is for the Just - Sequel to "Resurrection is for the Unbelievers".  Crossover with Criminal Minds.  Willow/Kennedy.   A string of violent crimes in Chicago has the police calling in the BAU to solve what the papers are calling the, "Kiss of the Vampire" slayings. Drawn into the investigation, Kate Lockley and her partner, Elizabeth Blaine work behind the scenes to help find the killer before the city's nonhuman denizens decide to introduce Chicago to real vampires... Willow/Kennedy.  Elizabeth/Kate.  Emily/JJ.

Part One - Part Two - Part Three - Part Four - Part Five

Ticket to Heaven: A RIFTUverse Tale - Valentine's Day with the RIFTU gang.  Set after the events of "Mercy is for the Just".  Willow/Kennedy.  Elizabeth/Kate.

Desire: Black on Black: A RIFTUverse Tale - Sequel to "Ticket to Heaven".  Willow/Kennedy.  Elizabeth Kate.

Goodbye is for the Birds
- It sucks to say goodbye, even when it isn't forever.  Set after the events of "Desire: Black on Black".  Willow/Kennedy.  Elizabeth/Kate.

Father's Day - Set following the events of season two.  Buffy-centric.  

Butterfly Dance - A "blink and you'll miss it" sequel to "Father's Day", thus why I include them in the "one-shots" catagory.  Willow/Tara fluffness.

Strawberry Float - Willow/Tara fluffness.  Inspired by a favorite drink.

Sometimes Angels Fall - Another take on Tara's past.  Strong Angst Warning.  Willow/Tara.

A Lot of Fuss - Just another patrol.  Buffy/Faith.

Guilty Sin - Would she ever be free?  Buffy/Faith.

Not an Addict - Some things can't be quit.  Willow/Kennedy.

Buffy The Vampire Slayer Art - Desktop wallpaper of the characters

RIFTUverse Art - Desktop sized images taken from the the RIFTUverse stories.

Several years ago, Sometimes Angels Fall won a couple of awards.  I am still honored by those who voted for my story.  Thank you.


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