This is my little collection of stories that include some stories related to the Clan Short Universe, a variety of FanFiction works and even a few completely original pieces. Please be aware that some of the stories may include same-gender adult situations and naughty language. If you're not offended by such things, please come in and enjoy.
"That's it. I count ten." Alan said as he watched the monitors carefully.
"Good. Let's get this thing someplace nice and quiet so we'll be available for anyone who needs us." Warren said as he looked out the window nervously.
"Any suggestions?" Scott asked hopefully.
"There's a nice little spot far out in the northeast lot 'B' with no fires or Sentinel damage. You should be out of everyone's way and easy to reach by any team members needing a ride." Willow said seriously.
"You've done this before, haven't you?" Alan asked with a grin.
"I don't have super Slayer powers, but I can do this... so I do." Willow said frankly.
//I hope they realize how lucky they are to have you.// Professor Xavier said into all their minds.
"It's funny but... they do. I know it." Willow said happily.
Hurt & Comfort, Book 10 - Elusive Comfort, Chapter 24, has been posted in the FanFiction section for you reading pleasure.
"And my other choice is to remain here and face my old teammates." Fallen quietly guessed.
"You've had a hard day. If you choose to go, you'll be forgiven. Of course, if you choose to stay, you won't need to be forgiven. It's totally up to you." Brian said honestly.
"This is your only power, to see the future?" Fallen asked curiously.
"I can also make people forget that they ever met me." Brian said honestly.
"Such a gift would be of much use to me in this situation." Fallen said frankly.
Brian looked at him sympathetically, then quietly said, "It's the coward's way out. Believe me."
Hurt & Comfort - Book 11: Creating Comfort, Chapter 28, has been posted in the FanFiction section for you reading pleasure.
"Dinner is served." Derek said with a smile as he moved the pan from the stove to a trivet on the table.
"It looks good. Thank you for thinking of this." Pat said warmly.
"I've got some laundry going right now, but I really don't have much else to do. Could you use some help packing?" Derek asked casually as he waited for Pat to serve herself a portion of the goulash.
"I think I'll probably do the packing for myself, so I'll know where everything is. But I wouldn't mind it if you tagged along to keep me company." Pat finished with a smile.
"I'll do that." Derek said as he served himself.
The Shadow of a Soul, Chapter 18, has been posted in the Fiction section for you reading pleasure.
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