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Don't Make Eye Contact
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R. C. Monkeytree
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Randy Sex Kitten
Marcus L. Rowland
Salustra and Cathelin
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Salustra and Pet
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Sersi & Cylla
Sith Lord Darth Revan
Jane St Clair and Te
Two Ladies of Quality
Helga Von Nutwimple
This story is meant to answer questions about what became of some of the characters left in the Buffyverse after Not Fade Away. Something for everyone, in alphabetical order: angst, humor, romance, sex and violence!
After the battle in Not Fade Away, Angel finds himself a ghost, and struggles to make contact with the real world... especially a certain bleached blond former ghost.
(Post Grave AU) It's all about Spike...
(Alt Season 7) The Scoobies discover that they are caught in something much larger than themselves.
Angel ruminates on Spike from the appearance of Illyria until the end of the series.
Post Not Fade Away, a wish is made, a wish is granted and everyone will pay.
(Post Not Fade Away) Everyone's favorite bleached blond vampire cruises into Cleveland and gets tangled up in Hellmouthy goodness. And an old, green friend comes calling, just in time to get caught up in the middle of a good old fashioned vampire attack.
Angelus sees William at a party. He plans at first to disarm him with poetry and flowers, but the vampire discovers that the young poet has become much more than prey. He has become his obsession.
The only survivors, Angel and Spike have relocated. They attempt to lay low in Middle America together. For the first time, they get a shot at a "normal life", doing "normal things". The fact that everyone thinks they're together was unexpected.
What became of our two souled vamps? Did they die, did they survive to carry on the fight another day, or did one of them shanshu?
Two damaged young men meet by chance in the woods in Vermont. Through conflict and kindness and the special magic of Christmas, they stop running from their pasts and help each other to heal.
It's been 25 years since the events in the alley. Who survived?
Follow-up to Intervention (the Buffybot - Glory beats Spike to a pulp episode): What happened after Buffy left Spike's crypt?
Angel brings the gang to Sunnydale and makes a discovery.
Willow uses her computer to do a little inter-dimensional hacking. Spike finds it and wacky Internet hi-jinks ensue.
A slightly different version of Spike's return from Africa.
Buffy succeeds in getting Spike out of the school basement.
And visit the author's Anne's Rose Garden.
This story takes place eight years after Chosen and seven years after Never Fade Away. Spike survived the final battle with the minons of the Senior Partners. Thinking he was the only survivor he has continued the 'good fight' against evil in L.A., but then one day the past catches up to him.
The confrontation that takes place after Buffy finds out from The Immortal that Spike is alive.
Buffy is devastated when she finds out Spike had returned but died again in the confrontation with the Senior Partners. But is Spike really gone?
(Post S6, AU) Spike didn't go back to Sunnydale. Giles comes looking for him after 3 years. Buffy needs a favor.
Two power junkies share a Christmas miracle. Actually, there is no miracle, but there's a creepy story.
Willow mentioned the shindig ... figured we're all part of the team. (Sequel to Geek the Girl)
Spike plays poker with Willow and waxes existential. (Sequel to Scary Scooby)
Can a boy who's done all the right things for all the wrong reasons help a girl who's done all the wrong things for all the right reasons? A story of the blind leading the blinder. (Sequel to Recursion)
The title says it all... (Sequel to A Poor Captain)
Two souled vampires with a long way to go...
Angel is possessive of his childe...
In a Dark Elf/Hellblazer/Buffy crossover set immediately after Hollow Years, John Constantine, Buffy and the Scooby Gang must prevent Lloth gaining a foothold in our world.
Sometime in S6 -- None of the Willow magic abuse has happened (except for her bringing back Buffy). Spike and Buffy were still together, and still broke up, but everything is getting better in her life now...
(Post Dead Things) Spike makes a painful decision about his love for Buffy.
(Post As You Were) Spike and Buffy begin to face their future.
(Post Grave) Wishes, dreams, false friends and true lovers, betrayal and innocence...
What is hidden in the heart of love? Beauty, sadness and redemption.
(Post Chosen) Endings and beginings. Searching for what was never lost.
A little Gothic tale, William/Buffy from William's mother Anne's point of view.
Alternate season 6 starting shortly after Once More With Feeling.
Alternate, Spuffy version of Surprise/Innocence... with a twist.
A drunken Spike shows up on Fred's doorstep with a basket of kittens and a bottle of whiskey. Wackiness ensues.
Spike was the only survivor of the Final Battle. He wanders into a little church a couple of decades later, looking for answers he doesn't even know the questions for.
Spike is back in town, ensouled, still chipped, and uncertain about how to deal with his love for the Slayer. Dru is also back in town, alone, still dangerously insane, and with a special wish of her own: to make the dark murderous knight that she had once created return to her arms.
Tired of his feelings for the Slayer, Spike ventures to Africa to seek help from a ancient demon, who forces him to take a trip down to memory lane. Feeding on the emotions Spike's memories evoke, the demon grows slowly stronger as we get to know the man behind William the Bloody Awful poet before he gets reborn into darkness.
In a journal entry made by Spike back in his old William days, William describes the events around his turning.
Based on the episode Normal Again except, instead of Buffy, it's Spike who gets poisoned by the demon and his consciousness transported into an alternative reality where he finds himself incarcerated in an asylum. Although the original well-meant intention of the people around him was to try to cure his illness, our poor bleached wonder ends up being even more crazy then before when realities mix and nightmares follow.
Angel went to hell. Buffy ascended into heaven. So where exactly does that leave Spike?
And if you enjoy Richard's fanfic, check out his original fiction too: The Gondal Empire.
Spike accidentally finds out Buffy isn't doing well at all while she's with the remaining Scoobies and the new Slayers in Cleveland.
(Post Not Fade Away) Willow is visiting Dawn in Rome when she feels a disturbance that calls her to LA. Soon she finds herself in a familiar alley, fighting back the forces of darkness. Willow intervenes in the final battle and she and the remainder of Angel Investigations -- with a few post-battle pick-me-ups -- begin the long journey back into the fold.
Mid-season 4, Buffy and Spike come across the beginnings of a portal. When another version of Buffy, six years older, comes through it, things begin to change.
(Post Not Fade Away) Willow receives a desperate call from someone she thought was dead. She has no idea that between the lies she may have to tell and the spells she'll need to do, her life is never going to be the same again. And that's only if Buffy doesn't find out.
In an attempt to get over her grief for Spike, Buffy has cut herself off from her past life, and anything that reminds her of the vampire that's still in her heart. But when a news story brings her attention to the battle in LA, the Slayer finds herself once again facing old betrayals and old faces. Returning to LA she finds even newer betrayals and the possible death of her most secret hope.
Buffy and Spike have somewhat different reactions to their latest tryst.
(Post Chosen, Post Just Rewards) What did you think the First Evil was doing after the closure of the Hellmouth? Knitting evil jumpers?
Harmony's thoughts during the post-recorporalization desk shag...
Two Scooby outsiders find themselves drawn closer -- to each other.
Spike starts teaching Illyria about Valentine's Day, and ends up learning something new himself...
...with some unexpected consequences (aka unplanned parenthood <g>).
There is a Valkyrie missing in Sunnydale, can Buffy stop arguing with Spike long enough to find her and avert yet another apocalypse?
'She'd been a passenger in Spike's mind way too long already; she didn't want to stay there. Sharing one body was too... intimate and intimate was the one thing she didn't want to be with Spike...'
Spike made a promise, and he's determined to keep it.
Spike tries to fix things for Buffy (after Flooded).
A final prophecy, and one possible end of the series.
Spike gets the chance to change a few things.
(Post As You Were) A prophecy, an upcoming gigantic battle, mayhem, and lots of vampire lore.
Just when Angel has begun to realize the importance Spike holds in his life and in his future, he stands to lose him for good
The Powers That Be offer to release Angel from his destiny as a Champion, but they make a critical error that may well doom their cause forever.
Closely guarded secrets from the past have a way of returning to the present.
An ancient foe is unleashed and Angel is forced to confront a painful episode from his past as his enemy seeks to take from everything he's ever loved.
While investigating a case for a high society client Angel is shocked to discover Spike is living in LA under some very unusual circumstances.
The battle for Humanity's future is about to begin but, for a pair of stepbrothers unexpectedly reunited on the front lines, it's about to become a relative issue.
Liam is summoned by old friends back to a life he thought he'd left far behind him, catapulting him and Wil into an adventure of intergalactic proportions.
In the wake of a devastating tragedy Angel returns to Sunnydale to stop Spike from killing Buffy but it ends up costing him far more than he could have imagined. Will he ever be able to fix the damage?
On the eve of what could be a final battle, Angel learns a valuable lesson from Spike.
Illyria claims Spike and flees the dimension. With Wesley's help Angel pursues the pair to free Spike but when they catch up to the pair, they find things are very different than they assumed.
Can L.A.'s finest stop a serial killer before he claims one of their own?
Haunted by Spike's death Angel descends into mad despair. Can a miracle bring him back the one person he needs?
Months after the destruction of Sunnydale, Spike mysteriously reappears in the offices of Wolfram & Hart but the mystery of his resurrection is only one of the puzzles Angel must solve before the gift of more time he's received to make the wrong things right runs out, and he loses the precious gift he's only just reclaimed.
You need to make peace with your past before you can reach out to your future.
Finding love is sometimes easier than holding on to it. As Angel and Spike lead their friends to the frontlines of the battle for humanity's future spectres from their past are stirring.
Spike leaves after the events of Destiny to make a new life for himself but that's difficult to do when the old one refuses to let him go. Sometimes destiny just won't be denied.
In the wake of Spike's treatment at the hands of the Initiative and Buffy, Angel faces an unexpected challenge for the leadership of the Aurelius Order… and for Spike's affections.
Wolfram & Hart's meddling with destiny and the powers of life and death affords the Powers That Be an unprecedented chance to right the imbalance and two fallen heroes return with a new mission.
The near fatal incident with Brennan and Hodgins motivates a surprising change in policy at the Institute as a recent arrival shakes up the relationship between Brennan and Booth.
The origin of the Slayer line is revealed as the Ancients reach through time to unleash the next generation of Hunters.
When they discover a conspiracy to use Dawn to resurrect Buffy, Spike, Anya, and Tara scramble for a way to prevent it and it leads Spike to embrace the legacy he's denied for well over a century.
Angel discovers Spike has undergone some surprising changes.
When their scheme with Darla and Drusilla fails to bring Angelus back, Lilah and Lindsey decide to try again with another of Angelus' offspring -- Spike.
How much change could you accept to be with the one you love?
A lonesome Angel during the Stonewall riots.
Post Chosen, Spike is in heaven then finds out that he is needed on earth.
Add Angel, subtract a soul (second power), and multiply by evildoers who want a dangerous spellbook to divide the earth into pieces. The variable of this disastrous equation? Spike, the Slayer's reluctant ally.
Thirty years after Spike left Sunnydale for Africa, he visits Los Angeles, and by chance, runs into a very different Buffy. This is their chance to either reconcile or forget each other, but the choice is never easy.
I wished for a crossover with Spike and Meerkat Manor, and I got a wonderful response! :-)
After deciding that he is no good to the Slayer the way he is, Spike takes a trip into the wild unknown...
Spike returns to Sunnydale after a long absence, very uncertain about what he will find there, or the reception he will get -- especially since he himself has changed on a fundamental level.
Buffy comes to LA, but it may be too late -- Spike is with some one else, and Angel is not the same as she remembers.
(Sequel to Dream Once More(R)) Following his time as a ghost, Spike met and fell in love with a newly empowered Slayer. Although Buffy returned to Los Angeles to find Spike alive, Spike remained with his new love. Together with Buffy and others, they all had to fight against a plot involving Angel, and a group trying to raise the Master with in him. During the fight Spike's love was turned into a vampire by Drusilla but Angel's team was able to put a soul in her. Now changed and not her former self the Slayer left Spike. Buffy consoled him after his lose and they came together. But will their relationship survive when his past love comes into their lives again?
(Sequel to Afterglow(R)) In an attempt to obtain preternatural powers a human Spike and his wife make a trip to the lurker Demon that gave him his soul. Things don't go as planned. What happens next is a trip into a dark, dark tunnel of a carnival type ride. Fun for some and not for others. (Want to take the ride?)
Spike gets more than he expects for Christmas.
In Prague, an angry mob attacks and tortures Drusilla, and a distraught Spike finds her.
After Angelus is cursed, Spike and Dru travel to Transylvania but run into Dracula, a Slayer and Anyaka.
Drusilla returns to Sunnydale to reclaim Spike and unleashes a force to be reckoned with by turning Dawn and all three vampires become caught in a tempest of rage, madness, lust, love, violence and revenge.
Drusilla discovers a heartbroken William and considers turning him...
Buffy wonders to Willow if it's a good idea to get closer to Spike, just when Spike and Xander share a night out that may improve their opinion of each other.
The Scooby Gang discovers Magnus Bryce's plan to Raise Buffy using the Scroll of Aberjian, and the race is on to stop him -- but Willow has other ideas...
In the sequel to A Raising in the Sun, Glory's dead and Buffy's not--all's right with the world, right? So where are the new brainsuck victims coming from? Willow struggles with her conscience, while Buffy struggles to reconcile Spike's lack of same with her growing attraction to him.
Spike and Dawn undertake a mission of honor. If you've ever wondered what became of the nerd trio in the Barbverse, wonder no longer.
The adventures of Dawn and Spike in Pylea.
While in Pylea, Buffy discovers just how much demon there is in a Slayer.
Previously: Willow brought Buffy back to life using Dawn's blood and William's soul, creating an imbalance which allowed the First Evil to use Willow to take over the world. Spike and Buffy narrowly defeated the First, resulting in the de-Keying of Dawn, the permanent closure of the Hellmouth, and Willow's death and resurrection as a souled vampire. (The sequel to Necessary Evils(R), which is the sequel to A Raising in the Sun)
(Set in the same universe as A Raising in the Sun, Necessary Evils(R), and A Parliament of Monsters(R)) Spike decides to get Buffy the perfect present to celebrate a momentous occasion. Unfortunately, the current owner of the item in question isn't very cooperative...
(Set in the same universe as A Raising in the Sun, Necessary Evils(R), and A Parliament of Monsters(R)) When Warren Meers traps Buffy in an alternate dimension on his first assignment for Wolfram & Hart, Spike will go to any lengths to free her - and Willow's the only one who can stop him...
Set in 2004. Dawn sets out to trap for our favorite blonde vampire.
What if Spike had decided to go to L.A. instead of Harmony? What if the Fang Gang decided it might be nice to have a new champion fighting to help the helpless. What if this just made Angel as green as Lorne with envy?
In the middle of Season 7, Spike goes to LA to visit some old friends and get reinforcements for the battle with the First Evil.
In between preparing to face the First, Buffy and Spike rebuild their relationship, little by little.
(Alternate Season 4 fic, stemming from Something Blue onwards) Spike and Buffy take the road towards Adam.
AU version of the Season 5 climax, with a Spuffy twist, of course.
Cordelia sends Buffy to Chicago, where the Slayer ends up rooming with Linda Danvers.
Willow calls Linda Danvers to tell her Buffy needs some specialized help.
Between the Senior Partners and the Watchers Council, Spike is having one hell of a time staying undead. A chance encounter in New York brings to light just how sore about losing the Senior Partners really are. Another apocalypse is on the way.
Spike: She was my friend... Angel: She was mine, too...
How would you spend night after night if YOU were trapped as a ghost?
But you can always make a better entrance...
Angel took a stake to save Spike's life... Why? And what does Spike think?
Angel has a tendency for using years as combinations... All Spike has to do is find the right one.
One of the down sides to being a vampire is having far too much iron in your blood... Know what else has a lot of iron? Yep. Lightning rods...
(Post: Not Fade Away) At the finish of every Ending, a New Beginning... Angel and Spike are all that's left... But how long can they survive in a world bent on their destruction?
When a tiny cat pays a visit to Wolfram & Hart, she steals the hearts of everyone there... except Angel.
Spike and Dawn have a little talk.
Spike finds something -- some*one* -- to live for when he thinks that there is nothing left.
How do you go from being a shy poet to a famously brutal vampire? The journey from William to Spike...
The story begun in Bloody Marvelous continues as the struggle between Angelus and William/Spike slowly heats to an inferno while Darla and Drusilla get dragged along for the ride.
Cecily treads the path that leads to vengeance after the events in Bloody Marvelous.
Darla, Spike and Drusilla tangle with the Master of their order while visiting Southern California in 1931 (continuing the Bloody Marvelous series).
Spike and Dru are still together and in love in the Wish-verse. This is what the show left out.
After Angelus' death in the Wish-Verse, Spike needs an alternative cure for his beloved Drusilla. Does Dalton really have the answer?
Buffy and the Scoobies in LA after Sunnydale is destroyed.
Spike/William is still a vampire, but Buffy's not a slayer. Both work for British Intelligence, but based in Sunnydale.
Spike Blond is called to the front again, his particular skills needed for a mission. But does he want to leave the girl behind? No sirree! Fun and highjinks ensue.
The wedding's over, the honeymoon's started. Back at headquarters, life goes on apace. Will our two heroes get to lather each other up without interruptions, or is a superspy's work never done?
More Spike Blond... but, this time, Buffy's off seeking adventure.
Spike and Buffy finally tie the knot.
Spuffy re-write of Buffy vs Dracula...
... and the sequel to I Just Can't Hide This Feeling Inside(R).
... and the follow-on to I Just Can't Hide This Feeling Inside(R) and Have to Have You(R), in which Buffy's about to wake up to what she needs, in unfamiliar surroundings. Time for her to make her mind up about what she really wants - corn fed or blood fed.
Post Not Fade Away by a few years, Spike and Dawn have regained their friendship so when Dawn is getting married she hounds the poor bleached one to attend her wedding. Buffy in the meantime is thoroughly pissed that SPIKE of all people is going to be there. She, of course, attends with that slimy Immortal git.
Mid season 6, Buffy has a drunken conversation with Spike's spike. Porn ensues.
(Post Hell's Belles) Spuffy loving with biting and claiming.
A fluffy Buffy birthday for once...
(Post Chosen) Buffy and Spike in Las Vegas...so that's where they are, but neither of them knows the other one is there. Can you imagine they'll remain ignorant for long?
(Post Chosen/NFA) Buffy's in Rome mourning Spike and trying to move on with her life. It's not working. But Spike's back - and he's trying to pluck up the courage to tell her. What better way for a resurrected vampire to tell the woman he loves that he's all back to living colour than to watch her as she sleeps and invade her dreams....
Spike's return, post Chosen.
Post Dead Things, Spike left Sunnydale. Buffy has gone to find him.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer comes to New Orleans hunting Les Enfants Du Sang -- and runs into Cassidy instead, shortly after his own run-in with that little cult.
Giles has brought the young witch Willow to England to help her recover from her magic addiction -- which isn't as easy as some might make it, especially not when complicated by John Constantine, ritual killings... and Lord Fanny together with recently acquired crazy souled blond vampire boytoy.
(Post Showtime) Recovered by Buffy from the First, Spike sets out, with Dawn's help, to kill the fledges he made while triggered, assists Buffy with training the SITs, and tries to avoid resuming their S6 sexual patterns.
Following the events in Old Blood -- Roving Turok-han are decimating Sunnydale's vamps. Willing to fight but needing a leader, the vamps fix on an unwilling Spike, who summons Angel-who's in a position to take over everything Spike cares about-to form a fighting partnership between Sunnydale's vampires and Buffy and the SITs. Also Dawn returns to her Key state and Spike attempts to recover her. (Post Showtime)
Follows directly from the end of Blood Kin (and is now AU): The Hellmouth is shut, the First defeated. Spike, Buffy, Dawn, and the remaining SITs must deal with new challenges -- Buffy, about her role as Slayer and partnership with Spike; Spike, about the horrible (to him) prospect of becoming a champion of the PTB and about whether to claim the role of the active Master Vampire of Sunnydale; Dawn, about whether and how to grow up and handle an intense but angsty romance (sort of) with vampire Michael.
(Continues from The Blood Is the Life) As Spike and Buffy try to hold onto their partnership and their love, recently unsouled Spike tries to secure his position as self-proclaimed Master Vampire of Sunnydale... against the wishes of The Powers That Be and the Slayer's ancient mandate. Magic, new arrivals, old friends (and enemies), dreams, visions, e-Bay, tribute blood, and cookies all play a part in the tense give and take between vampire priorities and human necessities.
(Continues from Blood Rites) At Giles' instigation, Spike, Buffy, and the Scoobies get drawn into an increasingly complex and harrowing attempt to recover Ethan Rayne from Quor'toth, called The Doorless Dimension...and for good reason. Many have been exiled there but no one has ever gotten out.
Spike makes a decision to change that sets off events with long-reaching consequences. (picks up in season 6 immediately after Dead Things - crossover with ATS; canon through Loyalty - season 3)
This picks up several months after Grave and goes AU after that, focusing heavily on the evolving nature of relationships - family, friendships, and romance.
(A crossover with LoTR set a few months after The Gift) Spike jumped into the portal rather than Buffy and is transported to Middle-Earth where he acclimates to a new life during the Battle of the Five Armies and afterward. Back home, Buffy and the others mount a rescue mission for Spike but end up sending themselves to a strange new world with a familiar face.
Another way Buffy could come back and the reactions of those involved in her resurrection.
(Sequel to Defining Me) How the Watcher's Council reacts to the new slayer.
(About ten years after Not Fade Away) Angel has a plan, and Spike is the centre of it!
Just before Angel and co. declare war on W&H, Spike writes Buffy a letter.
Willow is trapped in another realm, and the only way out is through the dreams of a comatose slayer.
He first saw her in the dream of a monk in Budapest...
Spike and Drusilla holiday in Paris.
Darla is in control, even if Angelus would like to think otherwise.
A difficult phone call has to be made.
In an alternative universe in which Angelus has never regained his soul, Buffy tries to be a good girl with her boyfriend Xander and, simultaneously, she has to carry out her mission of being a slayer... and with her attraction for the "dark side of the strength"...
After the events of The Tale to the Noir(R), Angel and Spike need to find a new reason to un-live. Two years later, the two princes to the noir are now slouching on a difficult path to redemption, not without falls... New and old allies and enemies again overturn their existence...
Spike tries to deal with Buffy's abuse while Tara is afraid of Willow's manipulations -- can two victims help each other?
In the sequel to Boys and Girls(R), Buffy is back to normal... isn't she?
Following the Maggie Walsh/Adam situation, the Initiative was not shut down, but simply placed under new leadership. That was all Riley would tell Buffy before he left her to re-join the Initiative. Around the same time, Spike disappeared, all evidence pointing to his being re-captured by the Initiative. One year later, the Initiative has successfully eliminated almost all of Sunnydale's vampires and demons, leaving Buffy free to finally enjoy the sort of "normal" life she's always wanted. Sounds great, right? Could it be too good to be true?
(After Seeing Red) After nearly committing an unspeakable crime against the woman he loves, Spike faces the ordeal of his unlife when Robot-Boy Warren discovers what his chip does and how to control it. Will Buffy be able to help him? Will she even *want* to?
(AU, post Season 2) Anne never happened and Buffy stayed in LA... until she hears about a new Big Bad in Sunnydale, ruling with Spike by her side... but which side is he really on?
Five years after the Initiative disaster, the world is a very different place, where society in general knows about demons and vampires, and have found ways to dominate them. Buffy is trapped in an unhappy marriage to a man who doesn't seem to want her, trapped in a world that doesn't seem to need her anymore... can an old ally and enemy, sold into her home as a slave, teach her the meaning of freedom?
Spike is chipped, Giles finds an ancient ritual that could solve their problem of what to do with the not-so-harmless vampire... but Buffy ends up getting a bit more than she bargained for in the process.
Buffy says she could never trust Spike...but how far is he willing to trust *her*?
(Season Six, Post Entropy) After Spike's encounter with Anya in the Magic Box, Buffy's not sure if she can forgive him for the hurt that she feels -- until he shows up at her door, needing her more than he ever has before...where do a Slayer with iron walls around her thrice-broken heart, and a wounded, desperate vampire go from here? Who's really to blame -- for what's happened to Spike, and for what's happened between them? And somewhere, in the midst of it all -- can the two of them find forgiveness, and the love that they both need so desperately?
(Takes place in an AU where things went a little differently at the end of What's My Line, and the Initiative came to town a bit earlier than in canon) Spike is not paralyzed in the church that night, but his unlife is still irrevocably changed. In a misguided attempt to restore her childe, Drusilla performs a spell that goes terribly wrong, and will change the course of not only Spike's life, but the Slayer's as well, forever.
Starts off as Spike is in a very bad relationship with Buffy, in which he has been reduced to only a shadow of his former self, abused and degraded....until Tara comes along.
This is a little two-part ficlet written for the wonderful Clawofcat for her birthday, by request. Just a little bit of Spuffy H/C and psychological/emotional bonding following Robin Wood's attempt to kill Spike. These two keep accidentally hurting each other; can they ever find a way to get past...well, the past...and find their way back to friendship, and maybe even beyond?
When Buffy runs into Spike in the basement of the new Sunnydale High, she doesn't know what to think, or how to react...is there a chance for two broken souls to find healing together? (a b-day present for Tamakin, who requested crazy!Spike H/C with a gentler Buffy and some Dawn/Spike friendship thrown in)
(AU beginning during the months between Seasons 5 and 6) Tara is just your typical college student at UC Sunnydale. Or at least, she's trying hard to be…until a series of strange dreams of a mysterious, suffering stranger begin to haunt her nights. When this stranger unexpectedly crosses her path, he will draw her down a road she never expected, toward a love and a future she never thought she'd find.
Seven years is a long time to slay; will the mysterious prophecy apply to Buffy? Will she and Spike get together?
Spike saves Santa Claus...?!
While in LA with Angel, Spike runs into Santa again.
It's the first Christmas after Not Fade Away, and Santa decides Spike will make the perfect present.
Continuing the Christmass series...
Lydia Chalmers, female member of the Council Team, goes to great lengths to obtain information on her thesis subject.
Buffy must make a decision about her relationship with Spike.
Sunnydale 1997 Buffy makes a wish, with unexpected consequences...
Buffy finds herself flung in an alternate reality.
The story begun in Crossing into Unchipped Country(R) continues...
Set after a different Primeval (season 4), Buffy needs Spike's help.
Sex with robots is more common than most people think...
Buffy and Spike from season 2 are abducted by scary scientists from the future, name of Burkle and Knox…
(Post-NFA, very post) Spike and Buffy find themselves in an out-of-the-way spot to avert the latest apocalypse. There's been water under the bridge, and the bridge not often crossed...
Angel becomes human after The Trial but he won't stay that way for long...
Spike, the vampire with a soul, hasn't seen his family in a hundred years... now they've come for the Hellmouth.
The final battle is fought... and lost.
William sees the Master and Angelus together... 100 years later he wants an explanation.
A month after A Broken Hallelujah(R), Angel and Spike are happy in their lives, but faces from the past are on their way to destroy that -- and maybe even Angel in the process...
Continuation to Gabriel(R): William saw Angelus with the Master when he was a Fledging, and now they're going to talk about it. Afterwards, Spike and Angel are together but old faces conspire to break them apart. And now... Can Angel ever be fixed and come home?
So... about that one time...
Spike loses his soul, AtS S5. Some wackiness ensues...
Giles encounters Spike, Angel and Illyria a few weeks post-NFA.
Set one or two days before the events of The Summer After.
Stand alone sequel to The Summer After. Buffy meets Spike, Angel and Illyria around 4 months post-NFA.
(Picks up directly following The Gift) The Powers bring Buffy back because of a prophecy, but what does that mean for her and Spike? And what about Dawn?
One possible post-Chosen future...
A new prophecy threatens the gang at W&H as they deal with their grown-up lives, in the sequel to Phoenix Dreams.
What if the newly-souled Spike had made an honet-to-goodness friend when he came back from Africa, instead of being left to cope on his own?
Spike comes back to Sunnydale post-Grave, changed. Can Buffy and the Scoobies accept he's a new man?
One way Spike might have decided to stay in LA.
Fred tries to convince Spike to celebrate Thanksgiving.
What if Spike *had* succeeded in saving Dawn in The Gift -- but at a price?
A plotless piece of Spuffy Christmas fluff (set after Destiny).
Spike stops a warlock's spell, inadvertantly getting himself into deep trouble. Will Buffy be able to accept the changes in him? And what are they going to do about Glory?
Spike and Buffy are trying to decide what their relationship is going to look like. Buffy and Dawn are missing Joyce terribly. And the warlock comes back to town, looking for another pound of flesh..
What if the Initiative had found a way to transform Spike into a human, rather than giving him a chip?
This is a sequel to The Great Advantage of Being Alive. Spike's trying to find out what it means to be a man, and to fight at Buffy's side. Buffy's struggling with what it means to be the Slayer. Dawn wants to know if she's real, and Glory just really wants her Key back.
A long series exploring the ramifications of love, loss, and belonging -- Spike leaves after "Dead Things," wanting nothing more than to get Buffy out of his head. Wesley's still an independent contractor after the events of Loyalty. And Buffy's still living in the land of denial.
Some time after the events of Cast Me Not Away, Buffy and Spike go on that vacation, while Wesley gets to baby-sit.
Some time after the events of Cast Me Not Away, Spike and Wesley return to Sunnydale and visit with Willow and Faith.
Some time after the events of Cast Me Not Away, it's Thanksgiving -- will Xander finally accept Spike and Buffy being together?
Buffy drags Spike to a Halloween party, and Wesley gets tagged to come along. (Set shortly before Silver Bells.)
The return of Enid, pre-wedding parties, pre-wedding jitters, and, oh yeah, the actual wedding. (Set after The Company We Keep)
Set after the end of Cast Me Not Away
and its follow up stories, this sequel is deals with family, children, immortality, life and death,
and making amends.
Set after the end of Cast Me Not Away and its follow up stories, this sequel is deals with family, children, immortality, life and death, and making amends.
Set after A Love As Strong As Death,
Christmas at the Wyndam-Pryce house is put on hold so Wesley can make a trip home.
Set after A Love As Strong As Death, Christmas at the Wyndam-Pryce house is put on hold so Wesley can make a trip home.
(Post Not Fade Away) A Christmas story, but not really fluffy.
A New Years fic, set right after All My Heart This Night Rejoicing.
Spike leaves after a slightly altered Seeing Red, and doesn't come back until about five years or so later.
A response to Helga Von Nutwimple's Vamp-in-the-Box Challenge: Wolfram & Hart make a slight error, and bring Drusilla back instead of Darla at the end of Ats S1. Drusilla heads straight to Sunnydale and Spike, and in the process throws a monkey wrench into Buffy's thinking.
Valentine's Day Spike/Tara friendship set right smack dab in the middle of S6.
A sequel to The Lonely Hearts Club.
A follow-up to The Lonely Hearts Club nd The Way to a Poet's Heart -- Going rapidly AU during the events of Entropy in BtVS S6, Spike makes a couple of wishes that will change everything. What is Buffy going to do when presented with a very different Spike -- who doesn't feel quite the same way about her anymore?
A Spuffy Valentine's Day fic, set in a kinder, gentler S6.
(Set after If Love Is Not) Spike and Buffy might have decided to date, but there are still plenty of bumps ahead, and not entirely of their own creation.
Set directly after the events of Same Time, Same Place, Buffy realizes that she's probably left Spike in the basement for too long and hauls him out. Her attempts to get the First to stop tormenting him don't go quite as planned, however. Then again, when do spells on the Hellmouth ever work right?
Set after In Harm's Way in Ats S5. Wesley and Spike find out they have more in common than they realized.
(This story takes place after Bring Out Your Dead) What would have happened if Andrew hadn't kept his mouth shut after Damage? Let's just say that the presence of the Slayer in L.A. changes everything.
The gypsies curse the wrong vampire, and by the time they rectify their mistake, Spike has been fundamentally altered. Nearly a century later, the Slayer needs help, and there's only one person qualified for the job. Of course, he's not real interested in taking it.
What happened in the Wish, during Avocation...
Set after Avocation, in an alternate S4 where many events of canon get thrown out the window...
The sequel to Avocation and Under the Sun -- Spike and Buffy's relationship is on solid ground at last, but a new prophecy threatens everything they hold dear. The bonds of family and friendship will be tested, lives will be threatened, and the entire world will hang on the choice of one vampire.
Spike and Dawn friendship, set in the summer between S5 and S6.
Every night she saves him...
Spike finds Buffy in Rome after he becomes solid again, but his worst fears are realized. What's a vampire to do?
Set after Grave in a First Evil-less world. Written for the livejournal community seasonal_spuffy, this is one part fairy tale, one part ghost story, and one part incorrigible optimism.
What if that house-demolishing in Smashed was a metaphor with a different meaning than the writers gave it? What if that night marked a release of a different sort?
In the sequel to Collide, there are unexpected consequences to the ritual Buffy did to break the curse on Spike, Dawn is trying to figure out what it means to be the Key, and Willow is coming home. And that's just the beginning.
Buffy, Spike and Christmas -- will it ever all come together for them?
Dawn is a girl on a mission.
Spike gets that job as a roving agent so Angel can get him out of Wolfram & Hart. Buffy's living the high life in Italy. And neither of them are expecting to see the other.
It wasn't quite Istanbul, but the principle was the same.
(Set after the BtVS S6 episode Grave and the Ats S4 episode, Orpheus) Spike never shows up in Sunnydale, Faith sticks around in L.A., since there's no First Evil to worry about in Sunnydale, and Angel and Connor manage to prevent Jasmine from rising. The AI gang is left fragmented until the Powers That Be decide to intervene.
(Set in S4, after Something Blue) Giles does that truth spell on Spike after all, but what happens when it gets stuck? The truth is sometimes a very uncomfortable thing.
Fred's death and the return of his memories leave Wesley a desperate man. He makes a dangerous bid to make things right, only to find that he's a stranger in a world that's no longer familiar to him.
Fred offers Spike something he hasn't had much of in the past.
Wesley and Gunn friendship, set sometime pre-Fred.
A Spike and Dawn friendship ficlet, set during Seeing Red.
What if the bathroom scene in Seeing Red had never happened, and what if Tara hadn't been the one who was shot? Oh, the possibilities. (A sequel of sorts to Growing Pains)
Spike and Buffy take a little trip...
Spike, Illyria and Connor, directly post Not Fade Away.
Another one of those post-NFA fics. There are infinitely many variables to explore, yes?
When Buffy falls through the portal in The Gift, she doesn't die. Instead, she turns up in Sunnydale -- twenty years in the future. What happens when the one person she thought she'd never be happy to see is the one person who's stayed the same?
The past has a tendency to bite you in the ass unless you turn around and face it.
A Spuffy twist on The Girl in Question.
Desperate times call for desperate measures where the First is involved. In order to prevent the end of the world, Buffy asks Willow to do a spell that's supposed to fix everything, and Spike goes along for the ride.
(Set sometime after Why We Fight) Wesley finds himself with business in Rome, and Angel sends Spike along for company, wanting to get him out of his hair. It's amazing how small the world is sometimes.
Spike, Angel, and Buffy plus ice cream. You do the math. (Set in a post-NFA world)
“Grief teaches the steadiest minds to waver.” ~Sophocles
(Post Tabula Rasa) Buffy gets a glimpse into three possible futures, but will that change her feelings towards Spike?
(Sequel to Dimming of the Day) Spike is in L.A. after the events of Destiny in AtS S5, trying to decide whether or not to go back to Buffy. His questions are answered by an unlikely source.
After the events of Restless, Buffy goes to L.A. to spend a couple of weeks with her father. When she runs into an old acquaintance, Buffy finds out that people can sometimes change. A lot.
(Sequel to Summer Vacation) After the events of Forgiving, Wesley decides to take action after losing Connor, and finds something he never expected.
Christmas isn't Christmas without a tree.
(Post AtS S5) Spike and Buffy reunite and attempt to make amends.
(Set post-Showtime) Spike and Buffy share a little Christmas cheer.
"Pilgrim — a traveler or wanderer, especially in a strange land." Buffy makes a journey to Los Angeles, and discovers the way home. (Set in a slightly AU S7, where the First is more like the First of S3 Amends.)
Anya tries her hand at baking for Giles' birthday, with rather interesting results. (Assumes that she went to Giles after the wedding-that-wasn't rather than D’Hoffryn. Just go with it.)
A Spike and Tara Christmas...
It's Wolfram & Hart's annual New Year's Eve party, and there's a party crasher coming.
Set in a very different world, where Buffy didn't come back from the dead, and Willow didn't survive the resurrection attempt.
Dawn runs into an old friend years after they had both left Sunnydale.
Every night she saves him...
(Set post-Chosen) After the Slayers are activated, the balance between good and evil is disturbed, and the Scoobies are flung to the far corners of the world to respond to the crisis. In the midst of all of this, will they be able to keep their relationships strong? Or will they be divided by circumstances and torn apart by fate?
(Set during Latter Days) Faith is sent to L.A. to get information out of Angel and recruit Wesley—if she can. What she discovers is a scheme by persons unknown to take advantage of the imbalance, and an unlikely friendship.
Set in a very AU S5, in which Riley has taken off and Glory isn't an issue.
Set sometime in a possible post-Chosen/NFA future, Spike and Buffy have to navigate a world without apocalypses. It's harder than you might think.
Written for the Fall 2008 round of Seasonal Spuffy, and set in a very AU S6, where Buffy didn’t die.
(Set during Into the Woods) The confrontation between Riley and Buffy goes a little differently, and Buffy finds herself contemplating a relationship that isn’t exactly normal.
(Set between BtVS S2 and S3) A chance meeting leads to an unexpected connection.
(Set in a slightly different S6) Tara has an unexpected guest for her semi-disastrous Thanksgiving.
Spike asks Dawn for a little help finding the perfect gift for Buffy’s birthday. (Set in an alternative post-Chosen future wherein Spike and Buffy are together.)
A bit of Christmas fluff, set in an alternate future, post-NFA.
Spike tries to give Buffy a Christmas present in S6. Goes slightly AU after Wrecked.
Mulder still doesn’t quite believe in vampires, but he’s all about the government conspiracies.
Spike and Buffy get stuck underground. Set in S7 during Killer In Me.
In the time between sleeping and waking, Buffy dreams of what might have been. Dawn attempts to make the dream a reality.
(Set shortly after the S3 episode Band Candy) There are things Joyce has never told anyone.
Dawn tries her hand at domesticity.
Willow and Oz spend Hanukkah together.
Remember, remember, the 5th of November.
Drusilla can talk Spike into anything, even going out for Halloween.
A walk in the woods brings an unexpected result.
Wesley takes a job after he’s exiled from Angel Investigations, and it brings up memories from the past.
Wesley really hadn’t enjoyed being a kid the first time around.
Spike reflects when Angel and he connected.
When captured in the aftermath of a battle Spike finds himself at the mercy of his old rival Dracula. Will he be saved before it's too late or will he be lulled into something even more dangerous than the Count's wrath? (Sequel to William Restored(R))
It's Christmas 2001, and Spike and Angel bury the hatchet.
In a sequel to Stranger Things Have Happened (set after Dead Things), a bruised and beaten Spike goes to Angel.
Buffy is forced to seek asylum with Spike when a new enemy targets her. Set mid-Season Five, Joyce is still alive, and Spike hasn't told Buffy about his feelings yet.
In the sequel to The Hunt(R), starting 1 week after the cleansing, Buffy and Spike are back in Sunnydale. Both of them are having dreams--hers prophetic, his nightmares--but that's only the beginning.
A mysterious painting, a Slayer looking for something just a little different from Sunnydale, and a horny vampire...what could possibly go wrong? Set S4 between Something Blue and Hush.
When the Council approaches Buffy with an offer she can't refuse, she finds herself in another world, with Spike as her necessary partner (set in early season 5).
When Willow is kidnapped by strangers with a mysterious agenda, Buffy is forced to chase after them to New Orleans, with a reluctant Spike along for the ride (set the summer between seasons 4 and 5).
When a snowstorm strands Buffy and Spike, they are forced to turn to each other for strength, especially when a missing Giles, mysterious visitors, and way too much magic threatens to turn it into a not so very merry Christmas.(set mid-season 4).
Post graduation, a restless Buffy goes to London to escape the memories of Angel, only to lose herself in unexpected dreams. But is William real, or is he a distraction? Is he, possibly...both?
In the sequel to Legions of True Hearts(R) Buffy is trying to get on with her life, but Spike's promise is haunting her. When her past collides with her future, she's forced to decide which---and who---she can trust.
Set in S6, a surprise request from Anya sends Buffy and Spike on a surreal quest, one that shows the Slayer just what her world has turned into, and what she needs to do to potentially fix it.
When Giles retrieves the amulet from the collapsed Hellmouth, he encounters the last person he ever would have imagined - a young boy who looks remarkably like a now-dead vampire.
The Hellmouth has been destroyed for three years, and the Scoobies have scattered, continuing their fight against the evils of the world. In the Egyptian desert, a man hears a tortured plea for help. It's just a shame he doesn't recognize his own voice.
Los Angeles, 2003. For the first time since she was Chosen, Buffy's back in town. She never planned to return, but someone else had a different idea. This time, though, she comes with purpose, and power, and an assassin hot on her heels. She just hopes that this time…she doesn't die.
A night out to try and forget Angel's meddling in her life leads Buffy down a different path than the one she had planned. Old faces are like new again, and what's new is most definitely old.
(Set immediately after AtS S5 episode Damage) When Buffy finds out Spike's alive, she shows up in Los Angeles to demand answers, only to find herself immediately immersed in a web of deceit and betrayal. Who to trust becomes the million dollar question, and her life turns into a race to solve it. Before it's too late for everyone.
Spike and Dru meet an old friend at Woodstock who makes them an offer they can't refuse.
Spike and Dru run across some bad magic in London 1975.
At Coney Island in 1927, Spike and Dru think they've gained themselves a new rich Childe but they may have let themselves in for more than they bargained for.
It's New York in the 70's and Spike and Dru find themselves a new playmate, the current Slayer.
Spike and Dru have fun with a radio personality just after the end of World War II, until they are foiled by an unexpected foe.
Spike and Dru get to have fun with a door to door sales woman in the 30's.
William the bloody takes his first steps in his new life as a vampire.
Dru, believing Xander's love spell has caused Spike to be jealous and angry, decides to make Xander pay.
Spike comes back from Africa just in time for another inpending apocalypse in a suddenly not-so-sunny Sunndale.
Spike time-travels on a mission of mercy to rescue Tara, courtesy of Willow.
Spike post Grave... The first Slayer... Tara... A brand new Seer.... The story starts out in Africa, goes to England, then LA... but will eventually end up back in Sunnydale.
Ever wonder what would have happened if Spike had some real support after he got his soul back?
What if, instead of running to the middle of nowhere while being chased by Glory, Spike takes them to Angel instead?
The sequel to Blaze of Glory(R)...
The experiences of Spike and Buffy in an apocalyptic world, if Buffy had never made it up Glory's tower.
Buffy and Spike find themselves in a struggle that will question their loyalties to the world and each other, in a sequel to Spiegel Im Spiegel.
Spike is given what he needs in Africa, in order to achieve his goals, and comes back changed.
Spike has been back in Sunnydale for some time, with his soul. He needs to resolve his new impulses with some moral questions. This is about the points when we change, and reaction to those moments.
A brief exploration of what is important to Spike.
The events of the night of December 28th, 1931...
(Post Wrecked) Buffy wants Spike out of her life.
The events of Bargaining, if things had gone differently.
Spike returns from Africa out for revenge. What he finds instead changes him forever.
Spike is in a cargo hold on his way to Africa, and has a strange encounter.
It's about missing the connection. Where to go when it's all done. How Angel, Spike, and Buffy choose to react. (post Chosen)
Angel and Spike have a talk in a bar.
Willow's cat went missing. Ever wonder what happened to her?
Post Tabula Rasa, Tara moves out, and gets help with her things from an unlikely source. Friendship ensues.
Spike receives an unexpected thank you.
Spike, the soul boy, makes his way to L.A. instead of Sunnydale.
This fanfiction is set in a Victorian SteamPunk Alternate Universe in which inventions such as Charles Babbage's Difference Engine and the harnessing of steam-power have launched a technological revolution far earlier in history. The time is 1885, and Angel Investigations is working for Scotland Yard. A new case involving a missing artifact from the British Museum and a demonic cult sends the wayward detectives on a whirlwind adventure to reclaim the object before all is lost.
Spike and Drusilla visiting a fair
Spike and Drusilla visit Kent to celebrate their one hundred and fifth anniversary.
At a small villa outside of Limassol, Cyprus, Spike and Drusilla celebrate Carnival in 1909.
(The events of this story include plot points from Angel: After the Fall as well as Angel: Almost Human.) Spike is working at a medical examiner's office to earn extra cash after being brought back from Hell. Gunn arrives with a proposition that Spike can't refuse.
Spike and Angel are making a go of it after returning from Hell in Angel: After the Fall. Unfortunately, being a single vampire dad living with your pain-in-the-ass boyfriend and Journalism major son makes Hell seem almost preferable.
Spike is having a bad Christmas until he gets a few unexpected surprises.
(Set in the same Victorian SteamPunk Alternate Universe as Automated Utopia) Spike is having a good Christmas.
Starting in the summer between BtVS seasons 4 and 5, Riley's away and some interesting sparks are flying between Buffy and Spike. But when Riley returns, Buffy's problems are only beginning.
AU Universe where Angel is a reclusive artist and William is a young writer determined to write a book about an artist who should be older than he appears.
AU Universe where Liam is a vice detective involved in the investigation of a series of brutal murders. During the investigation he meets and becomes infatuated with a prostitute named Spike.
(Post Not Fade Away) When there is nothing, but chaos then you must find your place...
Did William the Bloody's disappearance really go totally unremarked? What about his posthumous creative efforts with railway spikes? Could a friend of his, left on the right side of the tracks, begin to understand what had happened? Would he try?
6 months post Not Fade Away, the Powers catch up with their missing souled vampire. They pull out all the stops to get their Champion back fighting, with a series of visions meant to get Angel back on track. Trouble is, they've tracked down the wrong vampire.
It's Halloween, and Fred wants to hear a ghost story. Who's better suited to the task than Wolfram & Hart's very own nearly departed ex poet? Spike recalls an encounter with a ghost in Cambridge in 1912.
After failing to retrieve the Gem of Amara, Spike makes two mistakes: walking into a bar, and starting to soliloquise...
William's mouth is going to get him into trouble, one way and another. Which isn't to say he'll stop using it...
Angel eavesdrops on the Story Of The End Of The World, as told by William T. Bloody.
An alternate scene for Crush - Darla accompanies Dru on her trip to restore Spike to the fang-faced fold.
Xander deals with his Spike issues.
There was a time when correspondence was an art...
Everyone needs a bit of respite now and then, even monsters.
Angelus on what he thought about Drusilla's choice of the 'wisest and bravest knight in all the land.'
Getting Spike back from the beyond, version 238...
A little meditation on just who William is and how he feels about entering the 21st Century.
In a sequel to William's Song the demon gives us his point of view.
A conversation between Spike and Dawn, set directly after Him.
A trip down memory lane -- Just what was Spike up to in 1925, and why did it earn him a curse?
(Post Chosen) Spike is back, and he's human -- sort of. He's working for Wolfram & Hart as an outside contractor.
An event that everyone knows about, but nobody has seen.
Someone decides to let Buffy know of Angel's and Spike's fate -- and the circumstances leading up to their demise -- in excoriating detail.
While sharing a drink waiting the apocalypse, Angel and Spike get an unexpected visitor. How could they have forgotten it's *always* All!About!Buffy!?
Post Not Fade Away, Spike finds himself with a new life and some new responsibilities.
Spike and Angel both suffer a traumatic loss, which draw them -- and Buffy -- closer together.
After finishing their quest for vengeance in Handling Loss(R), Spike and Angel take some personal time to take care of some unfinished business.
(During Forever) After comforting Buffy, Angel pays a visit to his least favorite Childe, and things get... out of hand.
Buffy and Spike grow closer, leading to confrontations with Angel, and with Spike's human past.
After the break up; a loosely-connected series of vignettes from this summer.
What might have happened had Buffy and Spike consummated their relationship a little more honestly and a little earlier.
After Showtime, Buffy's choice about Spike requires some adjustment amongst the Sccobies.
Spike is more than a bit upset about what happened to Buffy when she returned home in Touched, and makes his displeasure known in no uncertain terms.
Spike thinks he's going to London on a special mission, but finds a surprise rendevouz instead. So why isn't he thrilled?
Fred's research project takes her into the future.
Cordelia insists Spike attend Dawn's wedding, where he discovers she has a hidden agenda.
After Buffy almost kills Giles in Fyarl demon form, they head on home; but later Giles comes upon Buffy trying to wake Spike up after he has crashed Giles' car.
Spike and Dru at Woodstock. Need I say more?
Historical drama, set after season 5 The Gift as well as around the events of Fool For Love and Destiny -- Angel and Spike mourn lost love differently, and meanwhile a spell woven in their past threatens to destroy them both.
Punk Spike in the 70's!
Dawn sorta told some friends that she had a cool older boyfriend, and now they insist on meeting him.
Post-Wrecked, Spike and Anya run into each other at the Bronze and some sexy dancing ensues.
Spike and Anya get drunk at the Magic Box and commiserate physcially.
Post-Entropy, Spike offers Anya a place to stay while she looks for a new apartment. Sounds simple enough, right? But what happens when feelings start to develop between them and Scooby opposition escalates dangerously?
In the sequel to Somebody Who Understands Spike and Anya have left Sunnydale and are (for now) traveling aimlessly until things in the 'Dale clear up and they can go back. Where will their getaway lead them?
Anya thinks about Spike and what their time together meant to her.
In the wreckage of the final battle with the First, Spike finds a friend that he can do nothing for but let die in his arms.
After Spike dies, he finds himself in the After Room, waiting to find who his Partner-In-Death will be. Surprise...
Solace. That was all the demon wanted from him. Someone who understood. Someone who could take the pain away for awhile. That's all the slayer had wanted from him, too, but the demon… this thing with her was different.
Buffy and Giles move to England, where Buffy finds herself sharing classes with Meggan Constantine, the daughter of an old London acquaintance of Giles.
The apocolypse is diverted. Spike is at the Hyperion. Spike is different. Angel is different. Can they put differences asside or at least learn to accept them?
In Admittance Spike came looking for acceptance from Angel after the Apocalypse was diverted, and he found it. Now, if only Angel can keep him out of trouble...
After the events of The Dalliance of the Eagles, everyone is safe and it seems that everything is going to be all right….. Well, if life doesn't get in the way. Can Angel Investigations go back to work as usual', when Spike and everything else just seems to keep getting in the way?
Spike has been part of the AI family for a while, but certain problems are starting to come to head. During and after the events of Carpe Diem, Angel starts to brood and then obsesses... while Spike pouts, and Connor and his pet watch.
The AI team is trying to boost clientele and boost each other's spirits, but what happens when a spirit (of sorts) comes back to visit? (Continuing the events of Carpe Diem)
Set in season 2, Spike and Buffy see one another in a different light.
As stated, an alternate ending to Glimpses(R)...
A spell, a heart-to-heart, an uncomfortable aftermath, continuing the story after Glimpses(R)...
In the night, Buffy wrestles with self-awareness, and her issues with Spike (post Conversations with Dead People).
Post Same Time, Same Place, Buffy comes to terms with the meaning of forgiveness.
Spike and Buffy discuss salvation, redemption, and the quality of mercy (post-Sleeper).
Love among the Scoobies, bittersweet and beautiful, torrid and tragic, beneath the surface in Season 6.
Words have power. Be careful of invoking what you cannot dispel.
Set 30 years after the events in Dangerous(R), Spike's still struggling with his soul and his self-worth.
Set in early S6, just a quiet moment before the world started to fall apart...
(Set in AtS S4, during Magic Bullet) Wes and Gunn bond.
There's no such thing as a new idea. (Anyanka/Lindsey, between S6 and S7 of BtVS)
Set in early AtS S3, Wesley babysits Connor and muses on fathers and sons.
Andrew seeks a bit of privacy.
Ten vignettes about Spike, from cradle to grave.
Past actions always come back to haunt us.
Spike blanks out while searching for the Slayer, and finds himself in a magic-induced liplock. In the heat of confusion, he offers Buffy a truce, and throws a series of events in motion that will change both their lives forever.
Spike speaks with Buffy.
Spike returns to Sunnydale to kill the Slayer. He's just too drunk to do it properly, and ends up getting himself into the deep without even realizing it. Perhaps worst of all, he has no memory of his actions the next day.
What if Buffy hadn't died in The Gift? Instead, Dawn was never even cut, and Buffy realizes her feelings for Spike, and then things go from there.
Spike has a gambling problem that he needs Tara's help for. But it's not what you think.
Ever wonder how things might've gone if Spike HAD gotten the chip out in "Out of My Mind?" Well he's definitely chip free now... but that doesn't mean the bloodsucker isn't Buffy-whipped.
Spike comes back from Africa with something he wants to say to Buffy.
After the season 2 episode Passions , somewhere in the early part of I Only Have Eyes For You, I guess? Anyway. Jenny's dead. Angelus's fucking Dru. Not much to go on there, since it's the usual. But Buffy's feeling guilty, and Spike's feeling lost. What can they do to ease the pain?
Buffy finally decides to follow her own instincts, instead of worrying about everyone else.
Spike, struggling with his soul and his love for Buffy, is offered redemption from a very surprising source. However, when signs of an uprising evil begin to appear, he must face his fear and his guilt and return to the place it all began for him-Sunnydale.
Andrew is appointed by the Scoobies to undertake rather disturbing research.
Wolfram and Hart, host of the greatest evil acknowledged on Earth, attempts to restructure the Order of Aurelius, one vampire at a time. A soul hampers one, a chip harbors another, and a Slayer stands between them. The pawns are in place; it is simply a matter of who will move first.
'Some knowledge and some song and some beauty must be kept for those days before the world again plunges into darkness.' - Marion Zimmer Bradley
After clawing her way through her grave, Buffy seeks refuge with Spike…and reacts violently when those who tore her from Heaven attempt to likewise tear her away from her sanctuary.
Following Nightingale(R), Wesley finds himself alone for the holidays, then runs into an old friend and her mate, who are similarly in need of a haven from those they called family.
Upon witnessing a tearful reunion of lovers, Illyria reflects upon Wesley's last minutes. And in reevaluating her emotions, she at last realizes how it feels to have loved... and grieved.
A prophecy. A choice. A martyred vampire, and the Slayer who loves him.
(Post the Gift AU) There was no body to bury. There was no funeral. There was nothing but the three rules and the knowledge that a thousand years of torment was nothing compared to a world without her in it. Spike embarks on a journey through the Gates of Hell to rescue the one he loves, but in order to save her, he must risk losing himself.
Spike and Drusilla return to their hometown of London to wreak some havoc and have some fun during the Queen's Golden Jubilee celebrations.
Whilst lying flat on his back, in pain, alone, in a dark murky cave a few thousand miles away from the hellmouth he calls home, Spike tries to remember exactly what was so great about Buffy Summers that'd make him do something so staggeringly stupid as get his soul back for her. Regret, but not necessarily of the kind you'd expect from a newly souled vampire...
Ever wonder why, even before he got his soul, Spike was so obviously different from other vampires? Well, SOMEONE does, and SOMEONE is quite determined to find out, even if they have to kidnap and torture him. Sometimes it really sucks to be Spike.
In the first of the Four Elements series, Spike has a very angsty think after the end of Grave.
In the second of the Four Elements series, Darla initiates an interview to clear up some common Watcher assumptions on her relationship with Spike.
In the third of the Four Elements series, Drusilla, err, thinks. About stuff... Well, Spike... Sort of...
In the fourth and last of the Four Elements series, Angel learns about Spike's new condition and Spike learns about their newest family member.
The ends of BtVS 6 and AtS 3 come together (not angsty, really!) as Spike finds his new soul keeps insisting on responding to calls for help -- even when the one needing help is Angel.
In the sequel to Grandpa, Souled-up Spike meets one challenge after another. And just who is the "Josephine of Crime"? And why is that black helicopter hovering over Sunnydale? Will Buffy believe Spike's changed?
Can souled-up Spike rescue Willow? Can Buffy and the demon army defeat the hell-beasts? Can Giles and the spellcasters seal the Hellmouth?
After Bring On the Night - Spike's holiday week chez Summers.
After Chosen - How does Spike get from "B" to "A"?
After Chosen, Spike finds himself in a very unexpected location -- with a very unexpected companion. Caribbean holiday, anyone?
A soul-ful Spike returns to Sunnydale to a decidedly mixed reception.
Buffy has been brought back by Willow's spell, but she's changed... a lot!
The sequel to The Time of the Guardians(R)...
Season 6 Buffy and Spike are sent back to season 2 by a nerd invented time travel device.
The Powers decide that Buffy and Co. need a little help getting back on the path.
Pangs, but with a slightly different slant and a surprising ending.
Someone wishes Buffy would learn to know and appreciate the true Spike.
Set in season 2 but completely AU.
What if things had gone a bit differently after the events in Smashed?
Sequel to A Letter Can Say So Much...
(Post Something Blue) One of the demons chasing the 'demon magnet' injures Spike.
The introduction of a certain Book of Power to the dimension creates an urgent need for the PTB's to ensure that Buffy face some truths.
Dawn has come to W&H looking for a still-ghostly Spike.
Follows canon till the episode Lover's Walk then moves off into a whole new direction.
The 'B' team has had enough! Tara takes matters into her own hands and decides it's time to show just what 'the un-important' members of the scoobies are capable of.
After Angel and his team lose the battle in the Alley, everyone dies, and the Powers offer Buffy a chance to go back and fix it all. There's a prophecy involved, and Buffy is not the only one to go back. She is sent back to when The Master 'killed' her the first time, but in this story her return to her old body happens before the body dies.
Feeling fragmented after losing Heaven, Buffy recieves help from an unexpected source.
The essence of the Power that was used to create the First Slayer has rested within Buffy since her first death at the hands of the Master - It's about to make itself known.
(Takes place between the death threat during School Hard and the fight in the school) Angel meets Drusilla in the playground earlier than canon. This story stems from that meeting.
(Written for the Halloween Challenge at Jossverse. Set during the season 5 episode Family after Buffy tells Giles about Dawn but before anything else) Joyce's headaches have a different cause than on canon and the discovery of this will be the catalyst for her decision to throw a Halloween party.
(Set during or after Tabula Rasa) Giles is sent back in time about 9 months before Spike is born. Giles realizing that Spike really is his son after he gets back.
After the fight with the senior partners the scoobies gather in Rome for a well earned break but an unexpected meeting leads to adventure.
After the Battle in LA Riley brings news to Buffy which will change things for ever. Goes VERY off canon after the Battle of Sunnydale.
AU romance spanning time and space -- Tara, stranded in Pylea after going through a portal to escape from the Gentlemen, casts a spell that pulls a Season 6 Spike to her side, and thus begins a modern-day tale of Beauty and the Beast.
Death takes a walk with Wesley Wyndham-Pryce.
Angel Investigations is invited to a party.
Angel is trying to sleep, Spike plagues him with questions.
Angel puts Spike in protective custody. He takes on more than he bargained for.
(set the day after Dead Things) Beaten up by Buffy and having a personal crisis, Spike takes Giles up on an offer of a trip to England. The visit forces Spike to accept a terrifying truth, and he takes a desperate gamble to save Angel's 'life'.
)(Set around the events of Intervention) Impressed with Warren's creation, Spike places an order. He finds it's not easy to make a robot of your sire.
Angel comes back from hell, Spike helps him recover.
Sunnydale habotually attracts more than its fair share of unusual visitors, but some aren't here for the nightlife. They have come to collect an ancient and powerful artefact and they're not about to take 'no' for an answer. It doesn't take Buffy and the gang long to realize that the best way to stop the killing is to find the artefact first but their quest will lead them quite literally out of this world.
Home is supposed to be a place of safety, somewhere you can go to recover from the rigours of the day. But, when that sanctuary is violated by a breakin at the Suumers' household, everybody is understandably shaken. Dawn, wracked by guilt, doesn't know which way to turn. Buffy hits the streets in an attempt to find a more practical resolution. And Willow meanwhile is tempted by more supernatural options...
Buffy needs to know that she can stand on her own and she cannot do that with the knowledge that someone is always there to bail her out -- at least that's what Giles believes. But what if he's wrong, what if Buffy isn't strong enough to by without him? In trying to help his Slayer has Giles in fact condemned her, and the others, to failure?
A school suicide is tragic, but it's hardly cause for the Slayer to get involved. When the death toll starts to mount, however, Dawn decides to do a little investigating of her own. But when she realizes something may be pushing these kids over the edge, there's no one for her to turn to for help. Isolated and alone, Dawn's about to discover she may have more in common with the deceased students than she realizes...
To save her sister and the world, Buffy gave her life. For her act of self-sacrifice she was rewarded with a place in Paradise -- at least, she was until her friends brought her back. Now she spends every waking moment in agony, recalling the happiness she once had and wondering if she will ever get a chance to experience such perfection ever again...
There is a new man in Anya's life, a smooth talker with handsome looks and smouldering eyes -- oh, and he's a demon. Xander doesn't trust him nor do the rest of the Scoobies, but is their concern brought on more by their concern for Anya or their prejudice against demons? And if Anya is forced to choose between her new friend and her old, which way will she go?
Her death changed everything. It shouldn't have, not really, not after all the other deaths -- Jenny, Kendra, Tara -- but Willow was different. The only consolation was that things couldn't possibly get any worse...
In the sequel to Finale, Dawn explores the true meaning of being the Key.
Before Christmas, Janice Penshaw had been an ordinary (relatively speaking) teenager. Then, in order to save herself and her friends, Janice was forced to access a power that up until then she had been skeptical of -- the power of magic. Magic though is not to be taken lightly, so Janice has embarked upon a quest for knowledge abdout her new abilities and responsibilities. But is she really ready for the burden shje has been forced to shoulder? (Set in the same continuity as Finale and Prelude.)
Angel and Wesley are hitting the streets trying to work out how powerful magic weapons are ending up in the hands of the demons of Los Angeles. Meanwhile, Cordelia and Gunn are enjoying the high life, bodyguarding a millionaire at his exclusive party. And Fred gets to fly solo, investigating a haunting. But is there more to these mysteries than meets the eye, and is the real problem much closer than they know?
The Slayer -- One Girl in All the World... That's the way it's always been, right? Well, not any more... So you wake up one morning with all these abilities, but there isn't a destiny already mapped out for you. You don't have sole responsibility for saving the world from darkness. So what do you do with your life?
The Powers That Be meddle with Spike, so that he and the rest of the Scoobies will be ready for the next crisis...
Spike and Anya share with each other.
Stealing from a thief is never a good idea.
Spike. contemplation on the subject of memory, irony and what we do for love.
Dawn makes an alarming discovery about a demon in someone's bedroom.
Can a vampire be dragged, kicking and screaming into the light? We'll see. Spike's a complicated guy, isn't he?
Ensemble piece set in S6, with monsters and vampires and things that go rumpety-bumpety in the night.
Lots and lots of Spike/Buffy smut!
What could be better than one naked Spike? Why, *two* naked Spikes, of course! <g>
Spike and Drusilla run into Darla in Russia in 1940...
The story of how Harmony becomes a vampire, meets up with a certain lovelorn peroxide blond, and proceeds to drive him steadily insane.
Buffy spends some non-smutty (well, maybe just a teeny bit!) quality time with Spike.
Spike is serious about helping Buffy destroy evil.
A missing scene from when Spike led Buffy, Willow, and Xander down into the Initiative to go save Oz in 'New Moon Rising'.
On a dark and stormy morning, Darla finds out that Spike is much more that he appears...
Buffy and Riley decide they need to talk, yet somehow the conversation turns to Spike...
Five years in the future, Buffy and Spike spend their last night together.
When Buffy remembers her past kisses, suddenly her passionless relationship with Riley doesn't seem like it will work anymore.
The morning after Pangs, Spike finally gets fed.
Demon goo, ruined clothing, singing Watchers, and lustful vampires: it's just another typical night in the life of a Slayer.
The night after In the Harsh Light of Day, Buffy and Spike meet up and decide they want to do something besides fighting...
Shortly after Crush, Spike and Joyce run into each other one final time and discuss life, love, and everything.
With her friends brainwashed, Buffy must turn to an old enemy for help. However, soon she and Spike find themselves fighting a losing battle against the irrisistable attraction between them.
Years after the terrible tragedy, the sole survivor of the 1892 massacre at Westing Manor tells the story of how she survived and true identities of her four captors.
Poor Spike's trying to sleep, but Harmony has other ideas...
Anger, jealousy, paranoia, and hatred overcome Riley as he watches Buffy and Spike interact.
Post-Wrecked, Buffy and Spike meet in the hospital waiting room and discuss just how broken they are.
For over a year Spike's dreamed of Buffy, so what happens when he's finally offered her...at a terrible price?
Set during the S2 episode Halloween, Buffy learns just how much more fun being a bad girl is.
After Fool For Love, Buffy invites Spike in and discovers a fun new way to forget about her troubles.
Buffy decides to spend a cloudy day at the mall, only to discover that a certain annoying, hyperactive, peroxide vampire had the same idea. Much wackiness ensues.
Angel explains to Spike the, er...unusual new changes in their family. Buffy and Dawn are amused. Spike is not.
Buffy watches through the Trio's old tapes and discovers a new side to Spike that she had never realized existed...
The Slayers in Training sneak a closer look at the enemy, and find something other than what they expected...
Seven years ago, Spike fled Sunnydale and his abusive relationship with Buffy. Now, he and still-best-friend Dawn are working together in their own demon hunting agency. However, everything changes when they're called out to investigate a chain of supernatural murders at Cascade Mountain Lodge and discover that Buffy's on the case as well. Will they be able to solve the mystery before they become the next casualties? And what does the solution have to do with the events of seven years ago?
Buffy returns to heaven once more, and in a world free of anger, guilt, and despair she is finally able to wholly love the demon she finds there.
Irresistible lust towards a certain peroxide blond vampire overcomes Buffy in the week before her twenty-first birthday. So what choice does an ultra-horny Slayer have?
Spike discovers the importance of being his true self above all else.
Spike and Angel are stuck at Wolfram & Hart one Christmas Eve and decide to celebrate the way they did in the old days...
Angel and Spike find a way to convince Eve to spill all her secrets about Lindsay. After all, who can say no to two such sexy vampires?
During Origin, Spike finally finds a way to tussle with Illyria where he comes out on top.
After Time Bomb, Spike finds a way to cheer Illyria up.
A fed-up Spike turns to liquor for guidance. Only he didn't expect his demonic troubles to follow him. Or for certain stimuli to make Illyria feel playful in an entirely different way...
Spike drags Illyria to see 'Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban'. Hilarity ensues.
Drusilla reflects upon the pattern of time and how her visions have saved her two childer (Goes AU after Crush).
Fred murdered Seider in Supersymmetry; Spike got the chip out in Grave. Lost and alone, they meet up in New York City and slowly come to discover that the emotions they had believed long dead can still be stirred back to life. And those who abandoned them don't have the final say in what's good and evil...
When Buffy gets the flu, it's up to Spike to kiss it and make it all better.
How would Season Six have gone if Buffy and Spike hadn't kissed in Once More With Feeling? If their relationship had stayed healthy that entire year?
Buffy doesn't die at the tower at the end of The Gift, but Spike feels he's failed as Dawn's hurt. Just as Buffy discovers new found feelings for the vampire, he distances himself from the Scoobies.
Set one year after Spike, Buffy and the gang defeated Fen in Atonement, a new evil hits town that threatens to tear the Scoobies apart from the inside.
(AU: All Human) A heated encounter with cynical stranger, William Saunders, on a winter's night gives sensible, Elizabeth Summers a chance to act out of character and leaves her with memories she'll treasure forever. But then, he unexpectedly reappears...
Spike, in the far future. Alone. Remembering.
Drusilla, on Spike's second Slayer.
Spike has a soul. Who's he going to go to for help? Why, the only person who's already been there. Angel.
Decades in the future, Spike thinks about why he's doing what he's doing.
Buffy and company arrive at the Hyperion post-Chosen to inform Angel of the closing of the Hellmouth, sparking reminiscences and revelations concerning Spike.
In the summer after The Gift, Spike helps care for Dawn.
Angel wants to see the real reason Buffy sends him back to LA (during Chosen).
Spike's worried after his chip is removed in The Killer in Me, and Buffy draws upon her own experience to reassure him.
Buffy and Spike's final night together, during Chosen.
A look inside Spike's mind, in the alley during Dead Things.
A slightly different take on Lies My Parents Told Me: Spike's ordeal in Wood's garage sends him on an emotional rollercoaster, and Buffy comes along for the ride.
A reliable source tries to set fan fiction writers straight about Spike's sexual prowess.
Buffy makes accidentally makes a wish in front of Anya and winds up taking a trip to Africa.
An alternate Season Four, with NO chip and little Initiative or Riley involvement...
The continuing adventures of Angel's surviving crew, as Buffy and crew slowly find out what happened in LA.
Buffy ropes a reluctant Spike into throwing Xander a bachelor party. But Spike ends up enjoying himself while Buffy starts regretting getting him involved.
Spike returns to Sunnydale... I guess there was still something left to say...
After Spike's return from Africa, he and Buffy begin to deal with the past... and there's a lot to deal with!
Four months after Riley's death at the end of Reminders, Spike comes back to Sunnydale again...
...and what happens as soon as Spike is back in Sunnydale.
Soon after Buffy and Spike's reunion in Two Days, Buffy goes to Colorado where Spike is readying the Vale Project for Sunnydale.
(Alternative S3 Anne) After sending Angel to hell, Buffy disappears into anonymity in a dusty Californian town until a little piece of Sunnydale finds her...
In the sequel to No Vacancy(R), have-itch-will-travel Spike visits Buffy...they enjoy an entrée of truth, but it comes with a side order of consequences..
(Post AtS Not Fade Away) Buffy and Dawn travel to England to get updated on the latest averted apocalypse.
Dawn arrives in L.A. and visits Wolfram and Hart to see Spike and mend some fences.
Christmas Eve, 1881.
Giles and Clem join Buffy, Spike and Dawn for some pre-Christmas mistletoe and camaraderie and egregious fluff 'n' stuff.
A fluffy family situation.
Historical fic. 1880. An evening's adventure in the country brings an unexpected encounter.
Future fic. Vengeance, memory and the course of true love.
(AtS S5 Post Smile Time) A mysterious entity shakes things up at Wolfram and Hart, fashionable anarchy ensues. Oh, and don't judge a hero by her choice in footwear.
Spike gets myself an epiphany -- viz., that he should get out of town (sometime after Gone).
A possible Spike response to being beaten up and left for dead in the alleyway after Dead Things.
Tara's turn at giving Spike an epiphany -- this time, that he's in an abusive relationship and isn't the bad guy (sometime after Gone).
Buffy sits on her back porch thinking things over after walking in on Spike and an unknown woman in his crypt.
A note I wish Spike had left in Buffy's mailbox.
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While reading an old Slayer's diary, Buffy not only finds out her true feelings for Spike but something else.
Spike accepts certain things. Or maybe not, but he hasn't a choice.
Buffy and Spike deals with the aftermath of Seeing Red.
In the night, among shadows you can accept certain things. Nobody around to see the truth but you.
Buffy gets more than transformed by the costume in S2's Halloween and discovers the reason she couldn't ever beat Spike.
Set during Season 3, Buffy and Spike are figuring out their relationship, while the Mayor gets a Big Bad ally...
Character vingette about William, before he was Spike.
Post Beneath You ramblings ala Whore...
Spike's reaction, post-Entropy...
Old Spike, back when...
Something's up with Dawn, and Xander and Spike try to cope.
Spike decides Xander needs a break.
Dawn reflects, one morning not long after the Gift.
Spike and Giles each have a problem. (Summer after The Gift)
Spike and Dawn have a mid-day chat. (Summer after The Gift)
Spike gets Dawn a cat and offers Tara something else. (Summer after The Gift)
Spike tries to find his place. (Set around Lineage)
Sometimes love is a promise. Sometimes it's a curse. Pray that it's never both.
Buffy's back, and someone has to tell Angel.
While Buffy is with Angel in Telling, Spike waits at Caritas and... stuff happens.
Spike has a slightly different trip to Africa and returns to a very different Sunnydale... a Sunnydale where the most unlikely people can be heroes.
When stars align, fate has a few tricks up its sleeve. Willow's trip to the dark side has unanticipated consequences, Spike struggles with his past, and Buffy is plagued by unseen forces working toward Armageddon.
Spike/Dawn friendship, set in the interval between The Gift and Season 6.
A wacky night is the norm in Sunnydale, but there's 'wacky' and then there's... this.
A typical Dawn/spike night at the Summers.
Spike taking care of Dawn while Buffy is... gone.
Spike makes a point of not forgetting Dawn's birthday, even when she's living away from home.
Spike is being Spike and Dawn will make him pay for it.
(Starting immediately after season 6) Willow and Spike convalesce with Giles in London and watch the World Cup. Wesley also arrives. Difficult decisions have to be made and the consequences dealt with.
What if Spike had sought out Giles for help after getting his soul? An epic travel-fic, told from Spike's POV...
What might have happened after Not Fade Away...
Harmony has joined a group; Spike follows her and discovers 'Vampires in Search of Souls'.
After the graduation of the members of VISS, Spike and Angel's lives are overrun by enthusiastic fans. Harmony comes up with an idea to get the matchmakers off their backs -- but will they go for it?
(Sequel to Almost Famous(R), straight after Angel tells everyone he and Spike are a couple) An urgent call comes in from the Council of Watchers demanding they remove certain vampires from Italy where they are causing havoc with the local slayers.
(Sequel to Meanwhile in Italy(R)) Now their travels have taken them to Cardiff. Ianto gets a sweater, Jack gets a lecture, Owen gets a support group and a crazy idea, and Tosh and Gwen get some meat on their bones. The reason for the Weevils wearing boiler suits is revealed Captain John has a fondness for churches and Spike meets a long distant relative.
Spike gets some unexpected help fitting in with Angel's gang.
Angel's gang find themselves trying to cope with Lorne's latest morale booster.
Drusilla renounces her claim as sire to Spike. Master vampires from all over the country arrive to vie for the right to claim him. The AtS gang and Wolfram & Hart have to deal with the fallout and Angel has to deal with his conflicting feelings. Spike has to come to terms with himself, his relationship with Drusilla and what he wants to do with his future.
Buffy and Xander are investigating strange occurrences in the woods Spike has followed them. Cordelia had a vision that sends Angel and Wesley into the woods as well. It is Midsummer and the Fair Folk are out and about... Pure silliness.
(Set after Why We Fight) Spike is missing Angel finds himself worrying and goes to find him.
Spike is beaten and Angel makes it better with sex -- seriously.
Spike is beaten and Angel makes it better with sex -- not so seriously.
(Set between Hell Bound and Life of the Party when Spike is still a ghost) There were no ghosts in Wolfram & Hart due to Pavayne feeding them to hell, so what happens with him gone?
(Set after AtS Ground Stake and BtVS Beneath You) Tired of dealing with everyone and still searching for Cordelia Angel lets his guard down and falls victim to vengeful demons. A still insane Spike trying to escape the faces of his victims turns up in L.A.
After the events of Broken Angel(R), Angel is healing physically, but not emotionally. Connor comes back into their lives with a plea to help Spike.
Angel is having problems coping after the events of Not Fade Away; Spike is trying to cope with Angel.
(Set after the Girl in Question) Buffy finds out that the boys are in Rome and goes looking for them but they are moving on.
Wolfram & Hart are retained to protect the interests of an expensive upmarket dungeon, which is being harassed by a demon consortium trying to take it over. Taking the case leads to the discovery of kinks for all the boys.
(Set after the events of Kinks) Angel has invited Spike to share his penthouse. By mutual agreement they are ignoring everything that happened at Desire. How well that is going to work living at such close quarters when they are so different and still have so many unresolved feelings?
It is getting closer to Christmas, but neither Spike nor Angel want any part in the celebration plans.
Just a drabble about memories...
Just a moment in time between two vampire champions...
Something very strange is going on in Angel's life...
Angel catches Spike after the events in One Day a Year.
(Post Not Fade Away) Spike received his reward... but does he really want it?
(Post Not Fade Away) Spike died in the alley and was granted access to heaven. He chose not to stay, wanting instead to redeem the souls lost due to his actions. After saving the souls of Wesley, Fred and Gunn (Reward) he asked to be returned to earth to continue to help Angel and carry on his search for lost souls.
(Post Not Fade Away) Spike and Angel are the only survivors from the alley and are trying to carry on.
New Things(R), from Angel's POV...
Spike is a fairy without wings; Liam Angel is an artist without a muse.
(Set between BtVS Season 5 and 6 and AtS Season 2) Angel finds out that Spike is still helping the Scoobies, and wants to know why. At the same time, Xander is developing feelings for Spike, and Angel doesn't like that.
The title says it all...
Angelus wants something from William.
(After A Hole in the World) Cold comfort between heroes.
In the alley in Not Fade Away...
After the alley in Not Fade Away...
Just your regular old slash story...
Spike has his ways...
(Set after AtS Season 5 Destiny) In this sequel to Getting What He Wanted, Spike takes advantage of the necrotempered glass in Angel's office.
Part three of the Getting What He Wanted -- title explains all.
Things get interesting in Sunnydale when the Faerie Courts arrive -- especially with one particular young fey. (Angel/Xander/Faerie!Spike)
Faerie!Spike bonded with Angel and Xander after they saved his life. He is returning to claim them but has to tell them the truth. Will they want to go with him after all this time? (Sequel to Faerie Courtship(R))
It's time for a wedding!
How Angel might have reacted if Spike did disappear for good in Season 5.
How did Spike get back from Africa after getting his soul? Here is part of his journey...
Spike makes one last stop before returning to Sunnydale after getting his soul back.
(Post Not Fade Away) Angel continues the fight thinking he is alone but he finds a badly hurt feral Spike hiding out in the Hyperion. How does he react and can he help Spike heal?
Spike reflects on changing.
Basically working through BtVS Season 3 with Ripper by Spike's side instead of Drusilla...
A newly ensouled Spike overcome by guilt and insanity goes to Angel instead of Buffy after voluntarily regaining his soul in Grave. Angel is already pulled out of the ocean by Wesley and is just about to send Connor out of the door as Spike arrives. Angel takes Spike in so he can find out what happened. Spike's guilt pushes him to force Angel into punishing him for his sins while Connor watches.
Since the parasite incident in Soul Purpose, Angel finds himself searching for that escape once more.
(Post Not Fade Away) a moment between two champions.
It's Christmas time at Wolfram & Hart.
Buffy and the others received the card from Company Christmas Card and chose to reciprocate. Buffy decides to deliver it.
Following straight on from Reciprocation, Spike and Angel attempt to discover if the attraction between them in the bar was due to being watched by Buffy or more.
Set the next morning after Testing a Theory(R), Spike and Angel risk discovery and Dawn hangs around for a bit longer.
Spike finds someone in his bed and decides to indulge.
Set after Doppelganger(R), Spike and William have some more fun and William gets to see some more of the future.
Set after Doppelganger(R) and
(Next in the Doppelganger series; Set around The Yoko Factor and Primeval) Spike and William continue to play with the Scoobies, and Adam offers Spike a deal which fits in nicely with their plans.
Remember the movie the Santa Clause? This is a Spike/William Easter take on it... kind of...
Spike got the Easter Bunny suit off in The Easter Surprise(R) but William still has a cotton tail, so they go hunting for Mother Goose.
(Next in the Doppelganger series) William talked Spike into diverting to Cascade to look up Dr Blair Sandburg and see if they could convince him Spike was a sentinel.
(Final in the Doppelganger series) Spike and William make their way to L.A for Spike's revenge on Angel.
Addendum to the Doppelganger series...
Spike has made a new life for himself but he is still alone, can a Christmas tree and an angel bring him company?
(Follow-up to Tree) Angel and Spike celebrate Christmas with some phone calls.
(Set some time after the events of Not Fade Away) The Scooby gang come together to say goodbye.
From A Hole in the World:"St. Petersburg?" "I thought you'd forgotten"
Angel, Spike and Wesley get injured and trapped in the sewers. Blood calls to blood and naughtiness occurs.
Sometimes it wasn't about arguments or rehashing history, it was about moments where words weren't needed.
Angel overhears something that suggests Spike is up to something. What he is up to changes everything between them.
The scene after The Hole in the World when Angel is sitting in his office... What was going on in his head.
Inspired by http://shanmara.livejournal.com/12629.html#cutid1...
William is a guardian angel. He is assigned his most unusual case ever, a vampire with a soul. William's first charge had been a young Victorian male who he failed to protect and he took on the form of the young man in memory. Now he has a chance to make good.
(Sequel to Guardian) Spike may not remember but William is always there watching over his charge.
Spike has amnesia. After deciding to take care of him Angel discovers feelings for Spike. Spike comes up with a way to try and get his memories back.
Spike and Angel have a conversation...
Sequel to Boredom and Purple Nail Polish...
Sequel to Toes(R)...
Spike has taken to swimming in the local baths after dark. Others have taken to watching him. This time they get a real show.
After the alleyway Spike returns to the Hyperion.
Spike's, of course...
Spike has shanshu'd and has no memories of who he was except in his nightmares.
Spike and Angel on Christmas morning.
A Santa hat, a sprig of mistletoe... A recipe for disaster for Angel.
They had the Halloween party, now it's time for the Wolfram & Hart Christmas party. What could possibly go wrong?
Post NFA, Spike finds a new family but his past is always there.
Fred declared it Spike's un-birthday and nobody told Angel thinking he wouldn't care. Spike had given Angel an un-birthday present of a day without hassle so Angel decides to be civil to Spike for a day just to prove he can.
It's Halloween and Wolfram & Hart are having a ball.
Spike realises the enormity of his sins after getting his soul and Angel helps him come to terms with what he's done -- to kittens.
Spike has a place he goes to do something nobody would expect of him. It started when he had the chip. He doesn’t know why he's still goes because it hurts sometimes, but Mr Spike is the one who does good because it's good and not for any other reason.
Spike has a box full of gifts never given.
Buffy finds out that Spike was in Rome and turns up in L.A to confront him. Spike doesn't regret his choice to stay and words are exchanged. Well not really exchanged, Spike does most of the talking this time.
Spike isn't trapped in the amulet, instead he's got a new gig involving a bottle and granting wishes.
Years after leaving Sunnydale, Spike runs into Dawn out East. Then things start going wrong, and he has to bring her back home...
There may be some unexpected consequences to Buffy surviving longer than usual for a Slayer.
Set at the end of Season Five during The Gift, only Buffy doesn't have to jump... swerves off in a whole new direction from that point. Spike feels a tremendous amount of failure. The beginning is a painful look at Spike's lament for himself, Dawn and Buffy. Despite the outcome, despite the fact that everyone is safe, he loses in that horrendous fall to the earth the one thing that drove him day in and day out... hope. Will Buffy help him find it again.
Spike's little story of his turning isn't the exact truth... Angel loses his soul - or does he? and starts gathering his scattered family. Spike insists that isn't going to include him. He's so very, very wrong...
Drusilla gives her Daddy a present.
Drusilla, in an effort to return Spike to being her 'dark prince', tries to change him back to the way he was when he was called William the Bloody. It doesn't work out quite the way she expected.
A one-shot PWP. Angelus loves William's skin - does Angel?
A sequel to Perfect Skin(R) -- Obsessive love isn't always a bad thing.
(Third story in the Perfect Skin(R) timeline) Angel and Spike go back to Sunnydale for an emergency, only to have a demon cause them serious problems - memory-wise.
After gaining his soul, Spike leaves the hatred and abuse of Sunnydale behind, looking for a place to ‘belong’. He finds himself a magnet for abandoned vampire Childer - with souls. Rumors of a powerful new vampire Clan has the Fang Gang and the Scoobies investigating - never expecting what they’re about to find.
Spike and Buffy stuck together for Christmas... (Can anyone say warm, fuzzy holiday fluff?)
When the Powers that Be decide to "reward" a vampire with a soul, Buffy finds herself forced to realize that maybe things aren't what she always thought they were…
Finding herself in what was once her worst nightmare, Slayer turned vampire Buffy Summers wants revenge on the one who made her. However, when she makes an unlikely ally in the process, she finds herself on a journey that changes her understandings of good and evil, love and hate...
Spike does something different – faster and more clever – and everything changes. (AU during The Gift)
Buffy takes desperate measures to try to remove the temptation from her life. But when things don't go anywhere near according to plan, she finds herself discovering what she hadn't wanted to believe was possible.
Buffy finds herself haunted by dreams of a Slayer from long ago. What are the powers trying to tell her in her sleep – and will it make her see things with a different perspective? (Set in Season Six, post-Smashed, but pre-Dead Things)
Two Slayers pulled from Heaven and made immortal, two vampires who chose love over their nature, and the price that must be paid to bring about the impossible... (sequel to World on Fire(R))
Spike is having a really, really weird night.
Irene Adler has a most unusual uncle, and an unusual life.
What would the Scoobies do with a hyper Spike? (We're talking a two year old after eating all the Halloween candy, sugar instead of blood in the veins, five double espressos, hyper!)
Continuing A Tale of Two Tiggers, they return to the carnival -- and this time it's actually open.
Before the encounter with Gypsies, Angelus and his family had traveled around the world, meeting all kinds of people...
Before the mob at Prague weakened Drusilla, and before men named Xavier and Magneto formed groups of opposing mutants, there was a chance encounter of kindred spirits...
Shortly after the close of World War 2, there was an encounter in Germany...
Glory decides that Spike's weakness can be found within William... so she decides she needs to get her hands on William. But Willow and Tara have other uses for both the vampire and the man.
Before a girl named Buffy moved to Sunnydale, the Master gets a visit from an old friend. Warnings: Violence, counting, insanity, and counting. You may never look at these characters the same way again.
When Angel Investigations takes the case of a murdered acting agent, they have no idea what sort of people they're about to meet. And things seem to be getting more complicated.
A bleak glimpse into the early nights of William the vampire.
Spike's dead. Angel remembers.
In the sequel to Requiem for a Childe(R), Spike is dead and Angel has moved on.
Angel and Spike are in a relationship until someone from their past shows up to rock the boat.
Spike is in a band and discovers he has a new groupie.
Willow and Spike need help. They turn to the only person they think can help them: Angel.
After Spike is cursed with a soul, he disappears into a pit of depression and Angel has to get him out of it, just in time to face for a second attack by the vampires who cursed him.
Angel stayed human in I Will Remember You, but he and Buffy don't work out, and he flees the country with Wesley in tow. In the meantime, Spike escapes the Initiative and leaves Sunnydale, embarrassed by his disability to kill and maim. Then Angel and Spike meet up again, unexpectedly...
In California, Kitty Pryde (Shadowcat) and Catherine Bell (Bad Kitty) bump into a certain blond vampire...
...Then up in LA, Kitty Pryde (Shadowcat) and Catherine Bell (Bad Kitty) bump into another familiar vampire.
posting for comment, the first draft of the final shape of the long prose piece in form called cante fable, in which Buffy descends to the underworld on Spike's behalf
Spike has Christmas with Joyce.
Grimm Tale #1: Rapunzel -- Buffy & Spike & Giles... & even Hank.
A chance meeting, defying time and space, sets the scene for one of the greatest friendships that never happened.
A friendship that could have changed everything.
Set after the end of Season 6 -- Unlikely alliances form when Spike, with his rocks back, returns from Africa. Time for things to change, but first he must help the Scoobies (and Clem) with a new big bad in Sunnydale, where people are never quite who they seem.
In the Sequel to Who Is Who, how will the gang keep Buffy safe from the growing attacks and convince Spike to come back to Sunnydale permanently this time? Surprises abound.
Tainted blood sets off a chain reaction of events.
In this sequel to Future Written in Blood(R), Dawn is in danger again, but Buffy and Spike (chipless) will have to do more than fight this time to make her safe. They will also need help from old and new friends.
Starting after Spike and Harmony try to get the chip out of his head (towards the end of Out of My Mind), but before Spike has had any sexual dreams about Buffy... One night, Buffy's patrol turns out a little differently than expected - with some help.
The PTB and a wish separates Spike and Buffy, but will that keep them apart?
Escape confinement. Escape reality. Escape the past. Escape the memories. Escape the pain. All paths lead to the island of Crete to adventure, reunions, new romance and mended hearts.
A car thief that doesn't believe in love is about to get stuck with a trunk full. This story is very AU, a world still with vampires and slayers, but does NOT follow BTVS canon. Buffy is a rebellious SIT, and Spike is his own man/vampire, not love's bitch, but love is coming. ;)
(Post ATS and BTVS) Surprises abound in different lands, different cultures, different times and a different relationship between Buffy and Spike. Magic and action thrives. The ATS crew is bitter after their treatment during S5 ATS by Giles, Andrew and Buffy. Starting w/a dream and phone call, the BTVS crew has to ask for the help of the vampire with a soul (unaware of Spike's return). Can Spike and Angel get over the hard feelings? And old loves? Spike is cold and Buffy is hot for him. Can Buffy find a way back to Spike while they save the world-again?
Dracula has woken up the slayer's dark, sensual side, and she decides to explore that side of sex for herself. Who better than to help her? Spike of course.
Spike comes back wrong.
What if Tara had discovered there really *was* something wrong with Buffy at the end of Dead Things?
Spike gets hit on the head, loses his memory, and has to become reacquainted with Buffy, Xander and the rest of the Scoobies -- and Angel, too.
Shanshu could mean almost anything. What happens AFTER Spike saves Sunnydale and the world...
Spike needs a summer job and Giles needs to make amends.
Giles still has much for which to atone and now Angel's in it.
Spike, Andrew and Dana are all that's left...
Giles receives some unexpected visitors, with an even more unexpected demand for his services.
(Post Not Fade Away) A modest tale of searchers.
There's a new club open in Sunnydale. Spike goes and is reminded of his past with Dru. So why does he imagine dancing with Buffy?
Immediately afterThe Gift Spike finds a way to bring Buffy back, but can either of them be happy?
In the sequel to Rebirth Buffy's back, but Spike's Initiative chip is in the wrong hands!
What if the whole 'Spike getting a Soul' bit went a bit differently? Spike has a decision to make, and something is threatening the Key. And did Buffy really 'Come Back Wrong'?
The sequel to One For Sorrow -- How will everyone cope with past events? And whatever happened to Riley?
In the sequel to Two for Joy, Spike and Buffy are on the run -- and Spike really resents that.
Season 6... with one major difference!
It's been seven years since Sunnydale was destroyed. Buffy thought she'd eventually finished baking, but how could she be, when she didn't know the final ingredient was missing?
(Post Not Fade Away) Buffy's at an airport in Rome waiting for her flight to LA.
(Post Not Fade Away) Buffy has heard about what happened in Los Angeles. When she's given the chance to find out more about William, will she take it?
So, in The Gift, Buffy died, and we all know she went to heaven. But what happened while she was there?
What happened to Spike after Not Fade Away? Here's one idea... A prophecy is fulfilled, and not in the way you might expect.
It's the same universe as The Rest of My Life and takes place during the timescale of that story. It's a little exerpt from Moira's early life, as told to Buffy.
Crossover between Angel and Dr. Who, written from Spike's POV during early season 5 when he sees something unexpected on the streets of LA.
(Alternate Season 6 and beyond) Picking up shortly after the events of The Gift, this is an alternate -- and much more to my taste -- version of Spike's journey.
Buffy's back from the dead and the secret she learned is a doozy. Spike always said magic has consequences.
When Spike returns for the Gem of Amara he finds out some unsettling news.
Something unexpected happens to Buffy on her first night in Sunnydale. Something that causes her to change her name and hide from the people that were to be her friends. What happens when a certain peroxide blond vampire rolls into town? (Scenerio #1 in the Immortal Guardian Series)
When Spike helps Buffy pull a fast one on Parker, things turn out much more complicated than they first appear. (Scenerio #2 in the Immortal Guardian Series)
The Initiative is gone from Sunnydale and the Sultana-Aurelius clan have a new problem to face on the horizon. This story follows Season 5 with the Sultana twist. (Scenerio #2 in the Immortal Guardian Series)
Buffy refuses to let Spike reject her in the Hellmouth, setting off a chain of events that leads them back to Willow's "Thy Will be Done" spell and their destiny as the Immortal Guardians of the Hellmouth. (Scenerio #4 of the Immortal Guardian series)
During Spike and Buffy's confrontation in the bathroom, Buffy has a vision that changes how she perceives the vampire. Can this perception survive a trip to Los Angeles to rescue Angel? (Scenerio #3 of the Immortal Guardian series)
(Starts in AtS5 goes AU (really AU) from there) Angel does a spell that unleashes Black Willow. Spike, Buffy and Dawn must escape the dimension to keep Dawn safe from Willow. What adventures will our daring trio face as they move through the dimensions? Will they find their way home? Follow them as they meet old friends and make new ones. (Scenario #5 of the Immortal Guardian series)
Spike knew about the resurrection and tried to stop it, afraid that Buffy would 'come back wrong.' What is he afraid of?
A blue moon October paired with a Friday the 13th brings some startling revelations to the entire gang.
William Jamison Giles is the Slayer and Buffy is a vampire with a death wish. When they meet the sparks fly and things get really interesting in Sunnydale.
William Giles and Elizabeth Summers are betrothed. They are bound by a magic that will not allow them to be apart for any reason. Not even if William gets turned and Elizabeth is really Buffy the Vampire Slayer. (Alternate Reality story.)
During the Halloween spell during Season 2, Spike and Buffy discover that Buffy Summers is the reincarnation of Lizzie Addams, the younger stepsister of Cecily Underwood, the woman who rejected William and sent him into the arms of Drusilla.
What if? during Fool for Love -- What if Buffy wasn't a raging ... you know what, even kinda flirty, and what if Riley showed up at the Bronze while Spike and Buffy were talking?
Faith Lehane was called instead of Buffy Summers. When Faith dies for a few seconds at the hands of the Master, Buffy the unknown potential still living in Los Angeles is called unbeknownst to the Council. This fact is discovered when Faith sacrifices herself in her sister's place four years later. Buffy and her own group of Scoobies come to Sunnydale. Will Faith's friends and family accept this new Slayer?
(Set in Season six prior to OMWF) Spike, Buffy, and Dawn enjoy a little family time.
...Is another man's heaven. (Highlander Crossover)
During Becoming Part 2, instead of the band lie Joyce comes up with an interesting alternative that Buffy and Spike go along with.
During Empty Places, Spike and Andrew make a terrible discovery.
A little kindness is always welcome even if you are evil, unclean, and supposedly empty on the inside. (Post Dead Things)
Post AYW: Reflections once the final shoe drops.
Neither a monster nor a man, he treaded in both worlds, but belonged in neither. (Spoilers for Seeing Red)
Home's the place, that when you have to go there, they have to take you in; Spike finds himself turning to an old foe.
Somehow Spike managed to meander his way through the birthplace of humanity to stand before the lapping shores of the Dead Sea.
Buffy finds a mysterious vistor leaving presents under her Christmas tree in the middle of the night.
(Post Dead Things) After Buffy beats on him when he's only trying to help her, Spike goes to LA, seeking Angel's help.
After getting chipped, Spike ends up working with Angel and his people in LA instead of the Scoobies in Sunnydale -- which leads to a number of differences, including unplanned parenthood.
What if Spike had been present during some of the events of Angel's second season?
(Post Harsh Light of Day) Buffy's evening takes a drastic turn when she discovers an extremely ill Spike, collapsed and half-starved on a stormy Sunnydale night. When she promises to help him, she realizes that her life will never be the same.
(Post Crush) Spike decides to return to LA with Drusilla after Buffy rejects him, leaving the Slayer bereft and sending Spike down a spiral of self-discovery that he's not the vampire he once was.
(Post Something Blue) Buffy finds herself under attack by the combined efforts of the Hellmouth demon population, for no reason other than that the wedding is off!
Spike makes Buffy a surprising offer, followed by an even more surprising confession
Following on from the end of As You Were, Spike, devastated by Buffy's rejection, finds solace in a bottle shared with Anya and finds his unlife turned completely on its head. He finds that vengeance might not be for losers after all as he is thrust into the opportunity of a lifetime. But can he convince Buffy to take the risk?
(Post Fool For Love) Buffy finds solace in the arms of one man she thought never to let close.
An alternate, Spuffy-friendly take on Season Two's Becoming.
Buffy encounters Spike one night on patrol. She burnt over Angelus, he over Drusilla. They offer each other comfort, and receive something unexpected in turn.
Based on the events of Lie to Me, Buffy and Spike's confrontation in the cellar goes differently and Buffy's budding sexuality is awoken by a very angry Master Vampire who, as usual, doesn't look before he leaps.
During Harsh Light of Day Buffy falls asleep one night and becomes comatose for three days. During that time she is asleep, she has a detailed slayer dream of the rest of the series and the full 5 seasons of Angel. At first she thinks it is bull, but after her final fight of the episode with Spike she realizes the truth.
Buffy stumbles upon the fight in LA by accident and the pain of it has her making realisations that have been a long time coming. What will she do now that she knows Spike came back and didn't tell her?
Set during (Dead Things) Buffy suffers a meltdown and beats Spike in the alley. How will she react if she is seen by Xander and the Sunnydale Law?
Spike and Buffy are thrust together when Giles finds himself a reluctant and sudden father. The two humans know nothing about raising children and find themselves strangely dependent on a vampire to show them the ropes. Giles asks Buffy to be the babysitter and learn from Spike. Will feelings develop in the work place?
What if Buffy had realised earlier that Riley just wasn't the one for her?
What does a pissed off vamp do when he's dragged to the Hellmouth by his sire though he'd rather be swanning around Europe? Why, he gets inventive in order to have fun with the Slayer, of course.
Buffy finds herself caught in a world of witches that have it in for her. On the brink of a nasty spell, a stranger comes crashing into her world. Will he avert disaster, or ensure Buffy gets what is coming to her as the Slayer?
When time refuses to heal her broken heart, a desperate Buffy asks Willow to lend a magical hand. But when she gets her wish, Buffy is forced to realize that there is truly something worse than losing the one you love.
(Set during Season Five) When the absurd comes to visit on the Hellmouth, and vengeful Slayer's twist the normal playing ground, how will the Scoobies cope? And will Buffy find solace in the arms of her sworn enemy?
(Set during the episode Something Blue) Buffy comes to her senses before she trashes those drool-worthy lips of Spike!
(Sequel to Show Me Something Blue(R)) Spike is in LA and about to return to Buffy when he runs into some trouble. A new threat to the Slayer appears, bringing his own brand of blackmail and magic that will tear all their lives apart.
While talking with Spike over a few drinks, Buffy comes to a realization about life, herself, and her former mortal enemy.
(Set in season 7, Touched) On a night when everyone is against her and Spike is her only friend, Buffy finally discovers the truth about herself and the vampire who gave her his soul.
As usual, Spike turned his back and his world went arse over tit. One minute he was a master vamp walking at the side of his dark princess, the next he is storming back to Sunnydale to face a watcher and a slayer about his future. Has Dru sent him on a wild goose chase or is his entire existence being called into question?
(Set in season Six, As You Were) An old flame returns to Sunnydale and Buffy is forced to make the hard decisions. Will she have the strength to listen to her heart instead of the voices that have taken over her life? Can a person be taught how to love by the very demon that supposedly couldn't? And is the risk of love worth the risk of hurt?
In another dimension, Buffy is friendless and fighting a battle against evil much too close to home, and it is one that she knows will almost certainly bring about her end. But will being sent to fight the evil in another world bring her death faster? Or awaken her to possibilities she’d never even considered? (Set AU Season Three and during Not Fade Away)
Set during Intervention. When Buffy becomes lost in the desert, Giles must find an unlikely hero to save her. Fresh from being pummelled by Glory, Spike finds that Buffy isn't the only one searching for answers and embarks on his own spiritual journey. But can he find her in time?
Set Season 7, Sleeper. Buffy discovers Spike's activities and reacts with her gut rather than her head.
Post The Gift, Spike becomes dependent on Scooby care to make it through the night. Buffy is gone, the bot is absent. When it seems the Hellmouth is deprived completely of a protector, Giles and the Scoobies take matters into their own hands, and unleash their worst nightmare.
Spike, Dru, and the uncomplicated nights before Angel, Prague, and Sunnydale.
Set a year in the future from the events of Destiny, Spike's still in L.A., making friends and building a new life for himself, when he suddenly comes face to face with the past he's been trying to leave behind.
Joyce is a lady in distress. Her knight in shining armor just happens to be armed with a plunger.
It's about time Dawn started learning to drive. Take a wild guess who gets conned into teaching her.
Giles and Spike join together in order to face one of the most terrifying events ever to happen in Sunnydale.
Dawn's on her way home, and Spike is forced to confront something even more evil than himself.
Spike was in such bad shape after Glory's session of playing with him, someone really should have babied him a little.
Giles gets fed up, downs a few too many potent potables, and winds up being far too honest.
Poor dear William always does seem to have trouble with the ladies, doesn't he?
Where and how did Drusilla get Miss Edith?
It's 1885 in Venice. William, tired of Angelus and his rules, rebels. The repercussions last far longer than anyone could have expected.
Spike finally finds the perfect gift for his princess.
It's Christmas Eve in London, 1859. Two outcasts wind up spending the evening together.
Buffy's attitude towards Spike is given a major jolt when she receives a parcel that makes her confront her worst fears about him.
In order to win back Cordy's friendship, Angel must face the greatest evil of all... heh.
William's guilt has overwhelmed him completely and left him despondent, but the Powers have other plans for him.
It's Christmas during season 6. Spike ends up playing Santa for Buffy and Dawn, but the results are... well, not always optimal.
(Set during Help) Spike asked someone to sit with him.
Buffy jumped through the portal and died. But what happened to her next?
Drusilla waits to receive a gift from Angelus.
Humans grow old, die, and move on, but vampires remain. A portrait of Spike many years from now.
Angel is struck by how fitting the dominant setting of his life has been.
An impoverished William ponders what he can give his beloved.
Angel has just moved into the Hyperion and spends some time in the courtyard, remembering what it's like to be loved.
A multi-character reflection on the last scene from End of Days...
Drusilla is back in London and is feeling detached, alone and outdated.
You didn't really believe that was the end of things for our dear boy, did you?
The first section in The Quartet, which will eventually encompass the lives of all four members of the Scourge of Europe.
(Set immediately after Conviction) Angel reacts to Spike's return.
In a sequel to The Other Side, Spike has helped save the world and has earned a bit of rest, but it seems that other plans are in store for him.
After the Deeper Well, Angel and Spike still face a long trip home.
Drusilla and Spike have set up their happy little home in the Swiss Alps, but an evening stroll leads to an unforgettable evening of murder, skinny dipping, and other vampiric delights.
Spike regails an audience with the tale of a very weird hitchhicker he and Drusilla picked up in 1972.
The truth is in the eye of the beholder...and often enough, you have to learn it for yourself.
Spike decided to stay in L.A. and work with Angel and Co. in Wolfram and Hart, now known as A.I and Co. However, Angel still has a bit of a grudge towards Spike, for obvious reasons. Spike gets hurt... Angel is responsible in a way. How will that work out?
Warren Worthington asks his friend Bobby Drake to go undercover in Warren's latest acquisition -- a law firm in Los Angeles named Wolfram and Hart, suddenly under new management.
Centuries ago, there was a war between the humans and the world of the supernatural. Humanity did some really stupid things and as a consequence, lost. Vampire Law now rules the Earth, but it is a surprisingly beneficial rule, since the Prince of Darkness has a human soul.
Life is not a fairy tale, and there is no knight in shining armor coming to rescue you. Life is hard and painful and we live it every day of our lives.
Let's see... Spike has a soul, and he's in Africa (but not for very much longer.) Back in Sunnydale, everybody else is recovering from the near-apocalypse - Buffy is successfully managing to not think about Spike, but not-so-successfully managing to forget the incident in the bathroom; Dawn is adamant that she's going to be Slayer Jnr.; Giles is trying to sort out everybody's lives as per usual; Anya and Xander's possibility of a reconciliation is hampered somewhat by the latter's having to look after Willow... and as for Willow? Well, she's flipped, only this time in the usual, non-magical way...
(Set about two days after the Cradle timeline) Buffy, Willow and Dawn conspire against Spike to get him over his selfdeveloped phobia of the bathroom.
It's Dawn's Prom, and she hasn't got a date. What's a Slayer to do to appease her irritated little sister?
Spike is brought back by the PTBs only to discover he has no meaning to his life, and no way to support himself, so he turns to his grandsire, Angel, for help. (Post season 4 of AtS, post season 7 of BtVS; AU after the episodes Home and Chosen)
The Aurelius Clan chooses a new Master.
Spike has lost all status and standing in the vampire community.
(Power Play episode expansion) How will Angel and his team fool Hamilton and the other members of the Black Thorn?
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A small tale wherein we explore the circumstances and events surrounding the disappearance of Miss Kitty Fantastico.
An accidental spell transports a young Spike and a young Tara to Wonderland where they must overcome the First in order to get home.
(Post Not Fade Away) Spike and Angel unexpectedly meet Anya and Faith in what seems to be a waiting room.
Yet another "Soul-y Spike Returns Home" story!
Following "8,700 Miles", Spike is left beaten in a cemetary- guess who finds him?
Spike, as an upstanding citizen? Yeah.
Three months post Grave. Buffy. New-Spike. How does it all work out?
(Set five years after the end of Season 6) After Spike's departure, Buffy never heard from him again. Now a new danger threatens the world, and Buffy must ask Spike for help.
(Post As You Were) Spike realises he needs to change the way he treats Buffy if he is to have a chance to win her back, and Riley and Sam Finn reveal their true reason for returning to Sunnydale.
(Post Beneath You) After the scene in the church, Buffy helps Spike.
All Spike ever asked for was a dance.
In the echoes of silence lie things unsaid.
Our deepest desires are waiting for us... it just takes pulling the right string to discover them.
A nightmare brings Angel and Spike together.
(Set the beginning of Season Three, around Anne) After Dru kicks him out, Spike wanders aimlessly in search of focus. He receives inspiration when he runs into the Slayer at the last place he expected to find her - and the last place she expected to be found.
A tale revolving around Spike in the aftermath of the Angel finale.
Tara finds herself more and more curious about Spike, especially after Buffy's death.
So who is Spike's sire -- Drusilla, or Angelus?
Buffy the Vampire Slayer finds Death waiting for her.
Spike and Willow talk about being nice.
Before returning to LA after Joyce's funeral, Angel pays Spike a visit in his crypt.
Buffy deals with her grief about her mother's death, with a little help from an unlikely source.
One way they might have gotten Buffy back...
A little post-Intervention hurt/comfort.
As the battle against Glory heats up, Buffy has to deal with her feelings about Spike.
The battle is over, but far from finished. Angel has left LA, while Spike remains with Illyria to help the helpless. But the Senior Partners aren't happy with them being alive and send assassins to take them out, forcing Spike and Illyria to go on the run.
When Elena is kidnapped by the vampiric Gunn, Spike, Illyria, Connor and Lindsey follow after him, heading off to England and coming across the Lord of Los Angeles, as well as someone from Spike's past who wants revenge. (Sequel to Spike: After the Fall)
Six years after Pavayne's rampage, Spike and Illyria find themselves going up against a powerful vampire cult, led by the mysterious Twilight, who wishes to see the end of the world. Can Spike & Illyria prevent the end of days? (Third in the series after Spike: After the Fall and Spike: Crimson Sky)
On different continents, Spike and Buffy both begin behaving oddly. Their friends intervene.
Following events of Afterlife (early season six) Buffy feels unsafe, and can't sleep unless Spike is with her.
Buffy and Spike deal with the aftermath of Willow's 'My will be done' spell.
During a night of research at the Magic Box, a visitor has an interesting story to tell about Spike.
There are many well-planned and inspiring stories about what hapens to Spike after his sacrifice in Chosen. This is not one of those stories.
Spike decides he will find out what is wrong with Buffy and find a way to make it right. What he gets is a little more than he bargained for and perhaps not what it seems to be. (Starts after Normal Again)
As Angel, Spike, and Buffy adapt to their new situation, an old enemy threatens their happiness. (Sequel to In His Shadow)
Once in every immortal generation there is a vampire given great power and strength. He, and he alone, will protect the creatures of the night from those that would seek to destroy them. He is the Slayer of Slayers.
What if, instead of going at it on on the table in The Magic Box, Spike and Anya decided to leave together instead? (Set during Entropy)
Spike finds that getting together with Buffy is the least of his problems, while Angel tries to learn more about the prophecies concerning him and his, and Glory continues to search for the Key.
The storylines in Darkest Before Dawn(R) pick up, about three years later.
(Post Gift) Spike's errors come back to haunt him.
Would Spike "Do The Right Thing" if he knew he'd never win Buffy's favor?
The Nerdy Three find out what Spike's chip does and formulate a plan to kill the Slayer.
It's the end of the world as we know it, and Spike feels just fine (way post Not Fade Away).
Angelus hated coming in second (set after The Girl in Question).
(Post Not Fade Away) Spike has a plan, and Angel knows that's NEVER good.
(Set between Get it Done and Lies my Parents Told Me) Spike gives Buffy a special gift.
The Season 7 birthday celebration Buffy never got.
(Set mid-Season 7) Spike's in the basement. Buffy's upstairs. They take some gentle steps towards each other.
(Set immediately post Empty Places) A bit of fluffy Spuffy.
Spuffy angst and romance beginning on Halloween, Season 6, and veering from canon there.
The End of Days had been and gone, and in the aftermath, Spike and Co. search for Buffy, seeking to fight back for and rebuild their world...
Spike and Drusilla in Prague, pre-Sunnydale. Blood, sex, ballet and Easter eggs.
(Follows Painted Eggs(R)) Spike and Dru enjoy their Prague Spring: a candlelit supper, a train journey, a witchburning, and true love, vampire-style.
(Follows Painted Eggs(R) and Chapel of Bones(R)) Spike and Drusilla in Prague, pre-Sunnydale. Drusilla falls foul of the Prague witches, and Spike does his damnedest to save his girl. Swashbuckling adventure, true love, random violence.
It's the end of summer...
It's Christmas Eve in Seacouver. Guess who's coming to dinner.
Spike wanders and remembers as time and space break down around him.
In a midst of a battle gone horribly wrong the unthinkable has occurred and the walls between realities crumbled. Nothing is constant as universes intrude upon each other. Among the survivors wandering the worlds gone mad, this changes are known as the Shifts.
Santa Claus comes to Sunnydale.
Over the course of nearly one and a half centuries, William the Bloody lived nine lives.
Buffy and alcohol are un-mixy things -- except maybe when a certain peroxide blonde vampire is around!
Why you should never run with pointy objects -- but, don't despair, it's surprising what 200 years worth of savings can buy!
A fluffy, movie-time fiction...
Another fic rewriting the end of Harsh Light of Day.
Buffy waits for Spike after sending Angel away.
Buffy wants Spike to teach her to drive.
Buffy has a dental appointment, but she hates going to the dentist. Guess who gets roped into taking her.....
Spike leaves Buffy (which is exactly what she deserves most of the time) and her friends take matters into their own hands.
An alternate Season 2, with no Angel and a slightly 'different' Spike....
Buffy and friends spend an evening out. Spike shows up unexpectedly and teaches them a thing or two about dancing.
Buffy won the battle with Glory without anyone dying. Life went on, and this takes place at her 21st birthday party.
In the prequel to Daddy's Girl, Buffy and Spike are having a baby...
Wesley discovers he's not up-to-date with the status at chez-Summers.
In another sequel to Daddy's Girl, Spike and Angel just can't seem to drop their rivalry -- even when it comes to kids' toys and which is the best diaper to use.
In a sequel to Daddy's Girl, Buffy and Spike find raising their daughter is far more chanllenging than fighting demons.
In another Daddy's Girl story, Katie is about 4 years old in this one, when Buffy and Spike have to go out and leave her with a sitter.
Buffy and Spike together in an alternate season six.
Buffy has too much to drink one rainy night, then Spike shows up. (early season 6)
Spike gets fed up when Buffy won't admit that she loves him. (she's not too bright). He leaves town. She falls apart. Help comes from the last person you'd expect it to. (early Season 6)
(Set shortly after Smashed) Buffy has a unexpected encounter in a cemetery.
Buffy and Spike get together soon after Angel leaves, but can they last?
(Harsh Light of Day) Spike helps Buffy forget all about Parker.
Spike ambushes Buffy.
Spike has a dream.
Angel finds out about Spike and Buffy.
Spike is gone from this world, but hasn't passed to the next. He's given a chance to return, on account of he acted unselfishly and helped save the world.
Part one has fun in the park, and part two takes the fun on home to bed.
Set in an alternate season six -- Buffy puts up a Christmas tree. Company arrives... You know who.
Willow informs Buffy of what Spike went through after her "death".
(After As You Were) Spike decides it's time to leave.
(Set around the middle of season 4) Angelus is gone, and not coming back in any form. Riley isn't even a blip on Buffy's radar. Spike returned to Sunnydale after the Acathla incident, and he and Buffy are...um...getting along.
The title pretty much says it all. Buffy is alone one rainy night, and she gives Spike a call.
Just for fun, sort of a sequel to The Allnighter(R)
Everybody's human. Spike and Buffy are teenage neighbors meeting for the first time.
Inspired by the unedited final scene from Smashed...
Someone casts a spell. Spike and Buffy are affected in a particular way.
A rewrite of Gone...
Spike is an up and coming rock star. Buffy is a pre-school teacher, who meets him one night in a club where his band is singing.
Rewriting the aftermath of Dead Things...
Buffy has a late night visitor.
Takes place a few days after Spike is 'recorporealized' in Destiny....
Takes place a few days after the events in Wrecked....
(Post Destiny) Lorne is opening yet another night club, and Buffy wants his help.
A rewrite of a certain part of Lies My Parents Told Me...
(AU season 6) Buffy and Spike are trying to win a bet they've made with each other.
Spike and Buffy's fights, as born enemies or unexpected allies, always involve certain overtones...
A response to a challenge for no-hands Spike smut...
Buffy visits the crater that used to be Sunnydale.
Spike returns to the scene of his demise.
Buffy is missing romance. Spike is there to fix that!
(AU) Buffy discovers a mirror in her attic. The same mirror that was owned by William Cathcart over a hundred years ago. But who is the young man she sees in the mirror, and why are they able to communicate?
(AU) Actor William St. James is appearing at a fan convention when he meets two beautiful girls.
Time to rewrite Crush.
Read the title...
Okay, remember in Into The Woods when Spike came to Buffy's room and asked if she was naked under the blanket? Well, what if...
One of the consequences of too many works-in-progress...
Remember in the Girl in Question when Spike and Angel went to Rome, saw Buffy and decided to let her move on with her life? Well, what if...
A little smut for the 4th of July!
Buffy encounters Spike in the cemetary...
A story for everybody who always wanted to see Buffy take it the way she dished it out.
Hospital smut... Spike Richardson is the star pitcher for the San Francisco Demons. He's hit by a car, and winds up as one of nurse Buffy Summer's patients.
So...remember when Angel and Buffy had their conversation about Spike and what he meant to her? Well, what if.....?
A redo of As You Were...
A Spuffy rewrite of Hell's Belles...
Christmas in Sunnydale can be described a lot of ways, but boring is never one of them.
Spike returns to Sunnydale and everybody must adjust to his presense. How will his new soul affect fate and ancient prophecies?
The story begun in Spike's Soul continues...
The Scoobie Gang must rush to figure out why Spike is slowly and methodically torturing himself to death.
How does Spike know that Buffy likes ice on the back of her neck?
Buffy tries to figure out the enigma that is Spike.
Spike disappears from Sunnydale, and when Angel finds him 10 years later, he has changed... dramatically. What can Buffy do to help?
Spike loses his soul. What happens now?
(Set after Grave) Spike is captured by the Counsel of Watchers. Will Buffy find out? Will she care?
And visit Planet Spike for more of the author's work.
When Spike refuses to take no for an answer his plan to get Angel in between the sheets goes horribly awry.
Twenty-five years after the final battle against the senior partners Spike finds something he thought he'd lost.
(Human AU) Sometimes even fate knows better than we do. In the tiny backwater town of Junction City William LaCroix and Liam Garrigan met as children. Now ten years later best friends are reunited to discover what one of them already knew.
Post Chosen, Angel grieves for Spike -- only to have Spike returned to him.
A modern-day William begins life within this story as a human. Who can say if that will change?
After Becoming, instead of Spike just shrugging his shoulders and leaving Angelus to kill Buffy he hesitates and decides to lend a hand.
(AU after The Gift) Saving the world with Superglue.
Spike got more than he bargained for when he saved the world this time (an alternate ending for The Gift).
The sequel to Coriolis, starting about three months later...
Spike is back from Africa and he is not the man he used to be -- or wants to be.
In the sequel to A Will, a Way and a Woman, Buffy and Spike are reveling in cohabitated bliss... but an old enemy working with a one-time friend threatens to destroy their happy home.
(Set after Showtime and before Potential) Buffy rescues Spike from the First and takes him to her house to heal.
The life of William the Bloody, told in full.
The ending of Beneath You was pretty abrupt -- so, what may have happened after the screen faded to black...
(Set after Lessons) Dawn being safe at home now, Buffy decides to return to Sunnydale High to find Spike.
Post Dead Things and Spike's sick of the way Buffy's treating him...
Spike and Tara decide to band together with Anya to help each other over their break-ups. Surprised at the combination? Not as much as Spike is.
They say that it's better to have loved and lost. Ever tried? In the sequel to And Now There's Three, Spike and Anya's romance takes a drastic turn for the worse. They need to forgive each other if they want to save their relationship. But do they think it's worth saving?
Years after the events in It Takes Two, Spike and a now vamped Anya are enjoying London when they get a call from a member of their new extended "family."
Five years after Seeing Red, a chipless, soulless Spike has a new life, new friends, new job and unlife is good. But then, the Slayer tracks him down in Buenos Aires. Can they get along and stop the threat that takes them to England and to the Council?
Just when she thought he couldn't get any more pathetic, Dawn catches Spike doing the unthinkable in his crypt -- (Oh, that poor kitten!) -- and calls him on his feelings for Buffy.
It's Buffy's first Christmas without her mom, and Spike does what little he can to comfort her. (Set in season 6, between Wrecked and Gone)
(Set before Spike burns up in Sunnydale) Spike goes to Angel for help post-soul. Angel helps him deal while handling his son and coworkers, who aren't exactly thrilled to see William the Bloody.
After Tara's death and Willow's subsequent rampage, a broken Willow says the one phrase that changes it all...
In Book Two of the Reset Series, the Scoobies try to pick up the pieces of their lives after their confrontation with Warren....
In Book Three of the Reset Series, Buffy continues to fight her love for William while an ancient prophecy draws the Scoobies and the Fang Gang together... Can they destroy the new Big Bad before he destroys them?
A few days after the end of Destiny Buffy sneaks a peek at William's journals and what she finds is a bit more than she expected...
Feeling guilt and remorse for trying to force himself on Buffy, Spike rushes off to Africa in search of his soul... (Set in the Reset Series).
Buffy and Dawn both make the same Christmas wish... and it's granted.
Season Seven. Sunnydale is threatened by an Apocolypse (you're kidding - how unusual). Giles finds a prophecy that mentions Spike, but he's gone. Buffy and Spike have to unite to avert the end of days. But can anyone find him?
Buffy and Spike after many years together.
John Constantine is in trouble, and the only one he can think of to turn to for help is his old mate Ripper, who is now hanging around Sunnydale, California, with a certain vampire Slayer.
Spike fights his beloved.
The Council needs Giles' help, and he needs Xander and Spike's. Follow our boys as they fight demons throughout the U.S. and Bermuda, learning more about themselves along the way.
Death comes for Xander. Xander gets ice-cream. That's about the gist of it.
Spike has found his way back to LA... back to Angel, yet their long absence from each other has only strengthened the rift that separates them both emotionally and physically. When Angel turns his young 'grandchilde' away once more, Spike has noone left.
Christmas in Sunnydale and in LA...
Spike's opinion of others' opinion of him...
Spike has a close encounter of the weird kind.
Three Brits meet, each far from home.
(All-human AU) During a holiday in Madeira, a Portuguese Island in the Atlantic ocean, two families meet; their lives will change forever.
The Scourge of Europe take a vacation... in verse.
Tara prepares a pleasant surprise for Willow, but finds herself unpleasantly surprised by Willow's reaction.
What if a certain long-lived Spirit of the Twentieth Century had been a long-lived Slayer?
When a mysterious corpse comes back to life in Las Vegas, you know you're in a crossover with Angel...
Another mysterious death in Las Vegas; CSI investigate, but soon have to call for supernatural help.
The CSI crew get drawn even deeper into the supernatural when a vampire killer decides to lure the Slayer to Las Vegas.
On their way from Los Angeles to Sunnydale, Willow and Faith find themselves making an unplanned detour to Las Vegas.
Kennedy does some meeting and greeting at Las Vegas International.
Rona and the Initiative are called to help CSI Miami.
Willow and Shannon join the CSI team in investigating the cat-snatching of kittens from Clem's poker game.
When Faith returns to Las Vegas, Giles thinks she may need professional help.
In the aftermath of Not Fade Away CSI New York have a case with supernatural connections.
Wolfram and Hart have a problem for CSI.
What can the world's oldest assassins offer the Slayer? (Crossover with the Destroyer series of novels.)
Sunnydale's most annoying demon hunter returns from the grave to lend a helping hand.
Turns out Willow may not be *exactly* what she seems to be...
When Willow tries to trace her real family in the sequel to Family Issues, she stirs up trouble in this BtVS/Angel/Lou Grant crossover.
Jesse Custer gives someone a hand. (Crossover with Vertigo Comics' Preacher)
Buffy receives a letter from an old admirer.
The 1940s Saint pays a visit to Los Angeles and the Hyperion Hotel.
The 1950s Saint is invited to Sunnydale by Major Wilkins for the dedication of the new Sunnydale High.
New Year's Eve 1966, and the Saint runs into something odd in a bar.
When someone's been around the block a few times, he's likely to know what goes bump in the night. But sometimes he knows it a bit too well... (Prequel to Bring Me the Head Of Harry Potter)
Someone wants Harry Potter dead, and Dawn and Angel Investigations are in the line of fire.
Dawn's suspicions are aroused when she notices an Immortal taking a close interest in one of Angel's former clients. (Sequel to Bring Me the Head Of Harry Potter)
Buffy and Willow go off to teach in Britain. Will the school survive the experience?
When politics encounters the supernatural, it's important to know whose opinion counts.
Dawn uses her powers as the Key to explore other dimensions -- including an eeriely familiar one.
Dawn returns to DS9 to tidy up a loose end.
When a mysterious grave is found in California, all the evidence suggests Gou'ald activity...
Nikki follows an enemy from New York to Florida, and runs into a local private eye named Travis McGee...
When things go to Hell, Willow needs the help of someone who feels sympathy for the Devil.
What will the world make of the destruction of Sunnydale, and who's going to tell the tale..?
When The Doctor, Rose, and Jack visit 1997 LA they run into some trouble with time.
When Xander meets a stranger in a small British town, it's the start of a grand adventure...
A woman on the run sees a face from the past.
There are some places you just don't go.
Sometimes small businesses have to farm out some of their work.
The world's ending, and John Constantine's having trouble with his phone. Could the problems be related?
Several short BtVS and Angel stories/crossovers about death, rebirth, and relationships...
Lilah and Lindsay have problems -- and help -- settling their disagreements.
A hero sees something unexpected. (Watchmen crossover, character death, AU)
In the wake of the Sunnydale cavein, Smallville's sheriff needs a favour from Lois and Clark.
A chance meeting at a fencing salon leads Modesty Blaise into an unusual adventure.
Ever wonder why Anya mentioned midgets in her song? Here's an answer!
James Bond learns of the death of a daughter he never knew he had.
A forgotten body causes a chapter of mistakes for Harry Potter and the Slayers.
This story was originally written as part of a "five things" piece starring Captain Jack Harkness, from Dr. Who and Torchwood (but none of the other parts concern the Buffyverse).
Lord Voldemort insists that wizards are a race apart from mere muggles. Not his best idea...
Private eye Jessica Jones doesn't think of herself as a superhero any more. Too bad the universe doesn't want to co-operate...
(Crossover with Kafka and Xena: Warrior Princess) Some costume choices at Halloween have disturbing results.
Wishes can have unforeseen consequences - especially if they change things retroactively.
Angel gets some puzzling presents at Christmas.
Angel is surprised when he goes to a brothel and finds Spike working there.
What if, when Spike came to Sunnydale after Dru dumped him, he decided to go inside Angel's mansion? And what if Angel wasn't too happy with Buffy for sending him to hell?
Darla and Spike meet up in a bar in L.A., and wickedness ensues.
What If- William had not been raised by Drusilla and Angelus?
Spike comes to see Angel after getting his soul.
While investigating a series of brutal murders, Vice Detective Liam meets, and becomes infatuated with a prostitute called Spike...
Period fic combined with re-telling and missing scenes of both BtVS and Ats.
Harmony leaves and Angel needs a temp... This was inspired by those lovely pics of James Marsters in a suit.
An answer to GhostForge's Anniversary Challenge #4, which starts: When Angel is poisoned, only blood from his Lineage can cure him...
Spike and Angelus spend some quality time together.
One possible way Buffy and Spike might end (not with a bang, but with a whimper)...
...and what might happen to Spike next, when he finds himself in LA (home is where, if you have to go there, they have to take you in).
Spike agrees to leave Sunnydale...for a price.
Continuing the alternate season 4 begun in To Kill the Girl(R), Spike comes back to Sunnydale (yes, again)... and runs into the Initiative.
Continuing the alternate season 4 begun in To Kill the Girl(R) and You Have To Love Her(R), Anya reappears looking for a job, as does Faith looking for payback on Buffy -- and Vamp-Willow looking for her Puppy.
The Hellmouth is closed, but at a terrible cost.
Heaven turns out to be not quite all it's cracked up to be...
Now that he's corporeal again, Spike needs a place to sleep... so of course he heads straight for Angel's bedroom.
Spike manages to save Dawn from Glory for good. Will Buffy and the Scoobies begin to accept and appreciate him now?
Angel, Spike, Gunn and Wes end up in the Senior Partners' clutches. Will they remain trapped in hell, or get out?
An alternate way Spike might have returned after Chosen.
After Buffy enlists Spike's help in fighting a strange demon, it sends them to another dimension. There, Buffy discovers to her distress that she must rely upon Spike for her very survival. And then things get really interesting.
New Years, post Not Fade Away.
Spike gets caught up in Buffy's Cruciamentum test in Helpless.
What would happen if Buffy finally opened her eyes and realised that everything she has dreamed of and hoped for was right in front of her? An epic post-Wrecked story of love, romance, action and derring do, with a hefty pinch of magic, death, betrayal of old friendships and loss. From Sunnyhell to London, then onto Europe for a surprising confrontation in the romantic city of Venice.
Post Chosen and Mid Angel Season 5 -- an epic PWP that may evolve into a series, depending on feedback! Buffy finds out her Champion has returned and goes to LA to retrieve him. She's done baking and her cookies are ready! Spike and Buffy return to England and their new life.
A very fluffy Spuffy one shot fic which revises the final few minutes of ATS the series. Let's just say a few old friends appear in the nick of time.
Starts during Buffy versus Dracula and then goes seriously AU after that! Buffy is missing, and Spike is the only one who has noticed. Where is Buffy, and why is Spike the only one who is worried? Will the peroxide vampire be able to find her before it's too late? What has happened to the Scoobies -- and will they save Xander before he really becomes Dracula's butt monkey?
Spike, after Buffy's rejection of him...
A Spuffyverse twist on the eppie picking up where Xander sends Buffy after Riley and someone sets in and helps her realise that maybe her initial instincts were right.
Picks up from the eppie where Spike comes to the flat and offers to help the Scoobies get in to rescue Oz.
Spike, a curse, a Slayer and a Hellmouth - what more could you ask for? Set in Season One and spinning off canon pretty much from the first word - Spike ends up in Sunnyhell alone and subject to the whims of The Powers - what can a vamp do? How will he fit in? Will he fit in? Does he want to? What will Angel's reaction be to the presence of his Grandchilde, let alone Buffy's reaction to the peroxide pest?
In which we have a very different Spike, who for once has a plan and is sticking to it. Who appears just when The Three attack Buffy and the fic spins off from there in a very different direction.
(A continuation of An Eye for an Eye) Spike and Buffy get a call from Willow and return to Sunnydale to help a certain Invisible Girl. Events progress and a new villian The Collector decides to add a few trophies to his collection.
(Post The Body) Glory is around and still searching for her Key, but there have been some changes and things are about to get dangerous for Buffy and Spike as well as the rest of Sunnydale as a new player steps upto the plate.
An evil Fairy makes her presence known on the Hellmouth with disasterous consquences for the teenagers of Sunnydale. When Dawn falls victim to her magicks the Scoobies come up with a risky plan that will take Spike and Buffy on a journey that will change their lives forever.
Sometimes a visit from on old friend really isn't a good thing! Giles manages to lose something and it is up to Buffy and Spike to chase across the world after it, their journey dictated by the flip of a coin... which is under the control of chaos magicks.
(Post Not Fade Away) A cursed Mirror separates lovers.
Sometimes a visit from on old friend really isn't a good thing! Giles manages to lose something and it is up to Buffy and Spike to chase across the world after it, their journey dictated by the flip of a coin... which is under the control of chaos magicks.
Spike arranges a Christmas surprise for Buffy after her mother's death, but gets a surprise of his own.
It's Spike and Buffy's first Valentine's Day as a couple, and they're both determined to celebrate it fully.
(Set after The Body) Spike helps Buffy and Dawn cope with life without their mother whilst Buffy struggles to come to terms with her feelings for Spike and how he fits in with her and her sister's lives.
One mistake changes Dawn's life forever.
Just a random bit of Spike/Dawn fluffiness. *grin* A certain teen finds out just what the former 'Big Bad' thought about her making out with a vampire.
Just a random bit of Spike/Dawn fluffiness. *grin* It's supposed to be a certain teen's birthday party, but a freak storm has made it very difficult for most of the guests to get there.
Just a random bit of Spike/Dawn fluffiness. *grin* A vampire and a teenager trying to cook - and you thought living on the Hellmouth was scary enough by itself...
The not-much talked about break-up between Xander and Willow.
When Willow lets the dark magics consume her, a certain werewolf knows that something is wrong. However, nothing could have prepared him for the truth.
What do you get when you add a vampire, a teenage girl, and a list of "Things More Evil Than Spike"?
Even in the most senseless death, the victim sometimes emerges as a willing martyr. The question is, however, how do you know when they are?
Post-"Grave," Spike contemplates his change in status...
...and Anya's reaction post-"Grave".
Nobody's rolling out the welcome mat for Spike's return to Sunnyvale... but someone *has* got a little surprise for him.
It's Spike's first night at the Hyperion, and everyone has a little adjusting to do. (BtVS post-Chosen, AtS post-Home)
Wesley muses on his relationship with Lilah.
(Post Not Fade Away) Spike reflects bitterly on the events of his unlife as he comes to a decision about his opinion of Love.
Solving the issue of Angel in a box using the infernal crossover we all desperately want.
A short story looking at a certain person's life in Rome following The Girl In Question.
The sequel to Smells Like Teen Spirit(R), post Not Fade Away -- Maybe there is light at the end of the tunnel, at least for some.
What really happened after the screen turned black at the end of Not Fade Away.
An occasional series of short fics starring the Adorable BuffyBot, set in Season 6 starting during Bargaining.
A response to a challenge to have the Key sent to the Slayer in nonhuman form.
Written for a Spuffy Ficathon: Spike gets a legitimate job.
An answer to Kantayra's 'Practically Perfect in Every Way' Challenge, starting during As You Were -- Buffy makes a wish to change Spike into the perfect boyfriend; but there's always consequences.
Glory proposes a Christmas truce.
(Post Not Fade Away) August 2005, and Spike was the sole survivor of the events in Los Angeles. The past year and a half have not been easy for him...
A 'What if?' story kicking off from Dead Things and going AU: Willow encounters Clem helping Spike home following the beating by Buffy and decides to help out.
(Starts during Passions) After an act of petty vindictiveness by Angelus deprives wheelchair-bound Spike of his treasured collection of punk rock music he listens to a Kate Bush album; and in so doing he triggers a chain of events that alters everything…
Angel saves Spike.
Spike and Angel get turned back into their pre-vampire selves, and Liam takes young William in hand as they try to cope with the present.
Still going through the motions of everyday life and slayage, Buffy and Spike come across a demon that changes their very existence.
(Sequel to )Innocence Found Buffy wishes her friends could understand the changes she and Spike have been through.
Rewrite of Season 6--A very different Buffy returns from the afterlife, and things are going to get really interesting....
Spike's summer 2002 - post soul. For everyone who wants Spike to get a little kindness and understanding...
(Sequel to What's Good for the Soul(R), AU S7) Spike is back in Sunnydale after a summer spent learning to live with his soul and experiencing true kindness and understanding.
Spike, Angel, love and the Shansu..
(Post Not Fade Away) The battle is over and a new day has risen, beginning another journey for the two souled vampires.
Angel and Spike wake up to find themselves captured.
(Post Shells) In an attempt to share his grief over Fred with Angel, Spike finds himself regretting the small compassion he even felt for his grandsire.
(Post Life of the Party A chain of events has been set in motion. Spike is used as a pawn to destroy both him and Angel. Buffy, Faith and other slayers across the world are waking up to nightmares of a stranger. And underneath it all, is a conspiracy so bold that even those involved can't fathom its depths.
Who helps Spike when he doesn't deal with what happened, after The Gift?
In the sequel to It's All My Fault, it's time for the memorial service. Will Spike deal or will he go back to the dark?
Continuing the storyline after Staying Out of the Dark, Spike is now the head of the Summers household; he's trying to cope, but Dawn notices there's something wrong.
Do vampires get migraines? Dawn needs to know, in this continuation of Going Through the Motions.
The sequel to The Trouble With Magic Is...
The epilogue to As I Will Be.
(Set immediately after Gone) Spike's trying to understand what happened with Buffy and gets comfort from the most unexpected source.
In this sequel to Spike's Angel, it's Christmas and Spike makes a wish.
Part of the Spike's Angel series. Explores where Spike was between Chosen and Conviction.
Dawn sees something shocking in a gallery window.
Spike meets a new friend who will drastically change his unlife.
Spike has a problem. He's not telling anyone what it is. Is there anyone who can help?
The ultimate sacrifice was made. He was a champion he never knew himself to be. He died a hero for a world that doesn't know. Now he's back.
What if the Initiative experiments were very different from just implanting a chip?
Some days it just doesn't pay to get out of bed.
Joyce wanted this Thanksgiving to be special but even she didn't expect everything that happened.
The sequel to Her Last One.
Spike has a secret craving. What is it?
A little ficlet set in Season 6 between Gone and As You Were.
Angel is losing everything that meant anything to him. The rest of the team attempt to hold it it together. Meanwhile, Spike is struggling with his new soul and trying to find his place in the world as old animosities are put to rest.
(Sequel to Love and Remembrance(R)) The battle is over and Angel and Spike look forward to their new life. But happiness can be insubstantial, as Spike and Angel discover.
Spike is tired of Angel treating him as if he's irrelevant. He's decided that today is the day it changes...
Spike helps Dawn get back at some not-so-friendly classmates by making sure she's a hit at a costume dance at her school.
What if Spike had wound up seeking solace with Tara instead of Anya, after the Big Buffy Breakup?
Why did so much of the Buffybot's programming resist Willow's tinkering after the real Buffy's death?
A missing moment from Restless - Spike's dream - that serves to answer a lot of the questions that have come up this season like, "Why did Spike suddenly stop wearing his red shirt?" among many others...
Spike mulls over things and has a not-so-friendly chat with the Slayer.
Spike's made one and he intends to keep it.
There are some things even the Slayer can't handle on her own.
Spike lays it down for Buffy, whether she wants to hear it or not.
A moment of indulged weakness causes more pain than either Spike or Buffy are prepared for.
Sometimes that's all it takes...
The Master Of The Sunnydale Hellmouth plays with a tortured Slayer, his dark Princess by his side. Not the story you may think it is... in fact, far from it.
The secrets of the past come tumbling into the present. A tortured Slayer bound to the beautiful lost Princess of The Master Of Sunnydale. Hiding his own pain and anguish he goes out night after night fighting the fight for the innocent. While The Master races against time to save His Childe, His Love, His Princess, His world from the depths of madness.
Long ago they were just children. A set of twin boys, one shy and reserved; the other, all passion and fire. Both in love with the beautiful girl across the street. Teenagers innocent, dancing through life experiences, the joy and sorrows of it all. Then destiny came into play. Then the darkness. Now the shy boy has become The Slayer, the man that demons fear. The girl a vampire tortured by the darkness of her sins. And the other one, a memory that haunts them every moment of their existence. The past, present and future collide in this, the final book in the trilogy of Nocturnal Bravura.
Travelling through the western United States, John Constantine has a close encounter with a Chaos Lord named Ethan Rayne.
Angelus was never ensouled and the family stayed together for the most part for the following century. Now Angelus has a plan and they have to go to the one place where they can make it happen… Sunnydale.
When Angel returns to the hell mouth, and Buffy, to stay, Spike's unlife goes from bad to worse. But he's declared the Scoobies to be his family, even if they didn't know it, and Spike protects his family. When the whole, expanded, team travel to England to prevent a possibly apocalyptic event the Scoobs get a lesson in love and loyalty that they never expected, and William's family get to meet their favourite black sheep.
Dawn needs to get out of the house after Buffy's death, so Spike takes her to L.A... and Angel.
Spike and Xander do some growing up with each other's help, while Buffy stays in denial. Spike and Faith also help each other out. And Riley shows up in Sunnydale... and a new Big Bad... and a bunch of old Big Bads...
The sequel to Demon Hunters R Us continues the adventures of Spike and his own team of Demon Hunters.
One possible version of events after Shells...
Continuing the storyline from Tangled Web...
What, you thought Spike would let ANGEL have the last word?
They were meant to be. The council thought they knew better than The Powers, as well as her friends. An enemy from the future changes the past.
Why should humans have all the fun or angst in the Buffyverse?
So, how did Miss Kitty Fantastico and Patches hook up, anyway?
Once upon a time, there was a small black and white witch's familiar, Miss Kitty Fantastico, and a slightly scruffy but brave zombie tomcat, named Patches. Feline hormones and negligent wiccan cat owning persons meant pregnancy and childbirth for Kitty and Patches, who raised five vampire kittens to adulthood. Well, they're very much cats of the world now -- just not the waking world.
Xander and Anya say one last goodbye, with some help from a certain compassionate anthropomorphic personfication.
Once upon a time, a small, grieving and powerful black and white cat traversed time and space looking for a way to negate the menace of the First and avenge her murdered husband. Then she met a dashing alien feline Starfleet officer and...
Buffy's Kitty Fantastico, ST-TNG's Trill Spot, and two other feline co-stars begin a never-ending mission to save the world from things that go grrr arggh heh heh heh in the night...
After halting a Kryptonian-powered insane Supercat from destroying a particular Buffyverse, Kitty Fantastico, ST-TNG's Spot, The Matrix's Meo and Shrek 2's El Gato (Puss in Boots) are summoned to an alternate universe dominated by felines. What is the secret of this crisis?
Kitty Fantastico (BtVS), Spot (ST-TNG), Meo (the Matrix Trilogy) and El Gato (Shrek 2) are members of the Justice Feline Initiative, a metafeline organisation dedicated to protecting the weak and vulnerable. And so are the Sailor Scout's Guardian Cats (Sailor Moon)- so what happens when they meet?
In a somewhat modified version of the events in Entropy, Spike decides to make one more effort to get through to Buffy before he gives up on her... but, as usual, his plans go a trifle awry.
As the consequences of Spike's spell continue in the sequel to Spike's Will Be Done, we see how the blonde duo's relationship develops. How is Angel going to take the news and how are Spike and Buffy's actions going to change events in LA?
Wedding preparations continue in the sequel to True Colors, but nothing ever goes smoothly in Sunnyhell.
With both Drusilla and the Initiative taken care of in Ring of Fire, wedding preparations resume once again.
After Fumbling Towards Ecstasy Giles is back and Wood is no longer a threat, but Willow remains problematic -- and Cordelia's still missing.
Some time after the events of Angels and Demons(R), it's Wesley and Marie's wedding.
Some time after the events of <The Moonlight Gamblers, Rupert contemplates what everyone sees in Wesley...
Some time after the events of Angels and Demons(R), Spike and Wes do some serious bonding.
Set sort of in the Angels and Demons(R) reality, Dracula crashes Spike's batchelor party, with Lilah representing his claim.
Set sort of in the Angels and Demons(R) reality, a somewhat different view of Dracula's time in Sunnydale.
One possible reason why Spike had those demon eggs in As You Were, and what the long-term consequences might have turned out to be...
Spike's the guy who disappeared, leaving Buffy sitting waiting in her prom dress. As the ten year reunion approaches fate seems to conspire to force him to return. (Based on Grosse Pointe Blank.)
You know how we all want Spike for our very own? Well, the author very kindly decided to give me just that for my birthday... two years in a row!:-)
...followed by the most amazing, multi-part birthday fic ever!
Giles helps Anya after Xander leaves her at the altar.
While Giles and Anya are away, Spike thinks everything would be better if Joyce were still around. Thanks to Halfrek, he gets the chance to find out if he was right.
Xander finally finds out what Anya did with his car when she left to meet Giles.
Buffy tries to wrap her brain around the idea of Anya and Giles together.
Spike finds a piece of his past is back to haunt him -- and Buffy isn't too happy about it, either.
First Joyce finds out how Spike is earning money for Christmas presents...
...then *Buffy* finds out how Spike is earning money for Christmas presents.
...then *Buffy* finds out how Spike is earning money for Christmas presents.
Starting around the time of the episode Blood Ties events take a slightly different turn when Spike isn't just knocked unconscious by Glory during the fight in the hospital.
Set post Not Fade Away, Spike and Angel make use of an unexpected invitation in order to settle some old scores. Fred is gone but not forgotten and neither is the fact that Giles refused to help.
Dark, violent tale about Buffy and Angel conspiring to kill Spike with the amulet during Chosen.
Bittersweet series of vignettes leading up to the final battle of Sunnydale.
After the fight in the alley, Spike is the only survivor of Angel's gang. Is he alone again, or has he finally found his home?
Set in the middle of Season 6, around Dead Things, so none of the bad things of the end of the season have happened... Buffy and Spike - can they be together? Does he need a soul to love her? Does he need a soul before she can love him?
The Scooby Gang find themselves in a place a long, long time ago, but not so far away.
What if things had gone a bit differently back in Season 4...
Spike, Buffy, and Dawn playtime. (No, it's not like that. Get your minds out of the gutter.)
(Post Beneath You) Why'd Spike *really* go to the church? Buffy takes care of him and finds out.
(Post Selfless) Buffy rescues Spike from the basement and takes care of him.
(Post Selfless) Buffy returns to the basement, intent on helping a certain bleached blonde, semi-insane, vampire.
Two days after Same Time, Same Place, Spike comes to Buffy's door late at night...
Buffy's sacrifice has consequences, grave consequences, and the Powers That Be are left with little choice but to seek help from an outside source to set things right - a source that should be willing to do anything to get Buffy back. Problem is, their source is Spike, who doesn't work and play well with others, and when he finds out what needs to be done, the Big Bad is none too pleased.
A weekend away from Sunnydale turns into more than was bargained for when Buffy and Spike come across something they don't know how to fight, can't defend themselves against, and can't kill... because it's already dead.
(Post Dead Things) What if Buffy really did "come back wrong"?
(Set during the summer between S5 and S6) Tara decides to help Spike who has distanced himself from everyone.
A retelling of Tara's Song from Spike's POV.
There should be someone willing to go down into that basement and give a crazy vampire a helping hand... and it's not Xander.
1884, Docklands of London, and Angelus is looking for some amusement.
Dawn and her friends go wandering around in the middle of the night and go by the community pool... where they see more than they bargained for.
Even the not-so-nice people have a place to call home.
What if Buffy and Faith lived a long life, and everybody else died? Who could help Buffy accept that better than Death herself...
Tired of constantly being rejected by Buffy, Spike decides to get his chip out. But the chip isn't all that gets removed...
In the sequel to Enough, Spike has a new life but there are still elements of his past that come haunting him -- among other things, the Initiative... and a certain blonde slayer.
Spike knows what will make Buffy happy, but at what cost? She will realize that you don't know what you have until you've lost it.
Fourteen years after the events displayed in A Man's Worth something is wrong with the universe, and what remains of the gang must find out how to fix it.
Final thoughts of Wesley and Spike, during Not Fade Away.
What if Harmony's fingers had slipped on her crossbow in Crush and her arrow hit Buffy instead of Spike? The resulting changes lead to a reunion of the Fanged Four...
Angel returns to Sunnydale to sort out a few things with Spike, but unexpected feelings surface and furniture gets broken.
Angel manages to get Spike to LA. The real fun starts as he tries to make him part of 'Angel Investigations'
Living with Spike, can Angel face his own personal demon to save their relationship?
There's an important Wolfram & Hart function. Angel needs a date and Spike isn't making it easy for him. Will Angel make it to the ball?
Spike is finally getting the hell out of Sunnyhell.
Spike got cursed with a soul instead of Angelus and inherited Drusilla's vissions.
Post-AtS finale. When the Scoobies and the Fang Gang combine forces, a pissed-off Slayer learns just how far out of the loop she's been kept.
When Spike visits Anya for a numbing spell in Entropy, CecilyHalfrek offers him a deal instead; she will rid him of his love for Buffy if he performs Anya's wish against Xander. When Spike agrees, it changes everything...
Three years after Buffy's death, the Scoobies have built a strange new life without her... until Giles discovers the real reason their attempt to resurrect Buffy didn't work; someone else beat them to it.
Spike does something different. Faster or more clever, you know?
Buffy wakes up in a world that is everything she could ever want... or is it? (AU after Tabula Rasa)
When Drusilla is sucked into Acathla's hell along with Angelus, Spike and Buffy must maintain their reluctant partnership to rescue their respective loves.
Buffy finds a way to de-Key Dawn: mixing her blood with Spike's. They flee the country, leaving Spike, Buffybot, and AI to take on Glory and guard the Hellmouth. When they return years later, Dawn and Spike must deal with the consequences of their bond.
When Spike and Willow's agreement to send him a week back in time to stop the events in Seeing Red backfires, Spike finds himself trapped in Season Two and an ethical minefield..
Buffy and Willow come to W&H to warn Fred about Illyria, only to discover that Angel's come down with a bad case of puppet and a certain peroxided vampire isn't quite as dead as they thought.
When Spike confesses that he faked his chip firing in Family, he and Tara band together to uncover her true demonic origins.
With no place to go after Tabula Rasa, a desperate Tara crashes with Spike - a "temporary" arrangement which spawns a friendship that will change the destinies of everyone around them.
By request: an alternate ending to The Girl In Question, in which Buffy notices Spike and Angel at the club in Rome.
(Post Not Fade Away) A new Slayer recruit from Los Angeles has a shocking surprise for Dawn.
Angel's being tormented by the Ghost of Christmas Present... and his name is William the Bloody. But Spike's not the only vampire with a surprise up his sleeve.
By request: A "cut scene" from Older and Far Away in which Buffy tries to apologize to Spike for the events of Dead Things.
Spike and Ilona Costa Bianchi have a little chat about condiments.
An alternate ending to The Gift.
Dying in the NFA battle, Charles Gunn is faced with the most horrific decision of his life.
It's Valentine's Night, and Tara and Spike are both lovelorn and lonely. When they collide trying to find gifts for their screwed-up significant others, they decide to celebrate the holiday together.
(Post Not Fade Away) Meet the newly reformed Angel Investigations in Cleveland, where the god-king receptionist's phone manners leave something to be desired and Angel... has changed.
Sandman-Buffy crossover. Crazy!Basement!Spike has a visit from an old friend he never knew he had.
A brief episode in a long life...
Centuries ahead, the last BtVS character broods...
Professor Xavier gets the failed Slayer Faith released to his X-Men's custody.
Set in the same world as the ongoing story Lifestyle Changes, sometime in the not-too-distant future... Scott. Faith. ...a complete failure to make a connection...
An interlude in the future of the X-Men crossover Lifestyle Changes.
Set in the same world as my ongoing story Lifestyle Changes -- When Sabretooth has a bad hair day, a certain soldier finds himself surrounded by enemies and with his very own stalker.
It really doesn't matter who you think you are...
When the world is shattered, it takes a strong man to pick up the pieces.
Faith finds herself - briefly - in Arkham Asylum... And makes a friend. Meanwhile, Willow comes looking for her.
It's the end of the world. Nobody goes home.
Years in the future, Spider Jerusalem finds the existance of vampires just too cliche.
There's a bit of life left in the old boy yet. (Sequel to The New Plague)
AU: William 'Spike' Edwards is the lead singer/guitar player in the top selling rock band in America. After a very harsh, very public break-up with one of the biggest Soap-Star actress in the country, he is crushed and throws himself even further into his music, swearing off women. While promoting his bands new record he reluctantly agrees to be the goal of a nation wide contest. The Winner -- Buffy Summers.
Trapped by one enemy he can't defeat, Spike ponders on how he got where he is.
Sometimes the most frightening place to be trapped is within the depths of your own mind...especially if you're Spike.
Inspired by macha...
The distance between Kampala and Sunnydale is approximately 10,000 miles. For Spike, it's far greater.
Takes place during the 1880's, a few days after Spike is made a vamp, and explains how he got his name...
Spike visits his family after he's turned.
The emotions Spike felt during the Gift, as well as the evolution of his character.
A missing scene from the Gift...
A little while after the finale of season 5, Spike gets himself a new friend.
A new Spike & Cerberus (and Buffy and the Scoobies) series...
A slightly different version of Buffy seeing the gang again immediately after Bargaining....
(after the season 6 episode Normal Again) Dawn gets in trouble, Spike keeps a promise, and Buffy realises some things...
Spike isn't quite ready to return to Sunnydale and the Scoobies just yet; neither is Faith, leading both to separately seek help from Angel. And is Willow ready to go home and face her friends again after her magical rampage? Or will a new enemy show up first in the latest attempt to gain control of the Hellmouth?
(Post S5 Angel) Spike makes a choice and ends up in Buffalo 10 years in the future with a broken slayer and a new big bad in town.
What would have happened if Buffy came to L.A after The Girl in Question?
It's 2009 and Buffy's going back to school and getting a real life. The only thing standing in her way is a mysterious writer and a bestselling book that strikes a familiar chord. Could Spike be alive? And if it is him, why hasn't he contacted her?
While on a routine patrol after her mother's death, Buffy meets a stranger who gives her something she needs to fight Glory.
Continuing the BtVS/Sandman crossover arc of Hot Chocolate, Discussion and Death at 2:00 AM, (post "The Gift") Buffy is gone. Willow is determined to bring her back. So what happens when Spike stumbles across Willow's scheme - and he knows the Slayer isn't where the witch has assumed her to be?
And if you like Spike as Angel's boy and don't mind explicit m/m sex, I highly recommend