Life Sentence by Astolat (R)

  • May. 27th, 2015 at 11:21 PM
Title: Life Sentence
Fandom: Fast & Furious
Pairing: Brian O'Conner/Dominic Toretto
Categories: AU, Action/Adventure, Case Fic, Romance
Length: Long (29k)
Warnings: Threatened Dub-con

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] astolat
Website: Ao3 Website

Summary: “Sit down,” the doctor said. He took blood, three vials filling up dark red. “Any medical conditions?”

“No,” Dom said, and then his mouth kept going and said, “What if I want to volunteer for bonding?”

The doctor peered at him over the glasses. “Do you want to volunteer for bonding?”

It hung in the air. Dom felt it like a noose around his throat, squeezing. Twenty-five to life. “Yeah,” he said.

Review: An interesting take on bonding fics. In a world where bonding is one of the only way to get out of prison, Dom is desperate to get out of Lomac and Brian isn't given much of a choice but to agree, or risk the lives of a lot of innocent civilians.

Despite the complete change in worlds, and meetings, this fic manages to keep the high-octain action of the films, while keeping the characters from becoming too Out of Character. There is a large threat of 'Morality made them do it' sex throughout the first half of the story, but it is resolved before anything is forced on the characters. And their relationship is allowed to grow organically into a happy ending.

Even if you aren't very familiar with the fandom, this fic is self-contained it might be worth giving a try if the premise appeals to you.

Life Sentence

Judas Kiss by Joe Lawson (NC-17)

  • Dec. 1st, 2010 at 12:27 PM
Title: Judas Kiss by Joe Lawson (NC-17)
Fandom: The Fast and the Furious
Pairing: Brian/Dom
Categories: post-canon, angst, hurt/comfort, action
Length: epic
Warnings: n/a

Author on LJ: n/a
Website: n/a

Review:
After Dom spends half a year moping over Brian in Mexico, Vince and Leon have finally had enough. One phone call later, and suddenly they're all heading to Arizona where Brian's family (and, for the moment, Brian himself) lives.

This fic starts a bit slow, but once Brian and Dom meet up it really starts to fly. While I love Brian and Dom (as always), what really made this fic work for me were the secondary characters: Rome, who I never liked in canon, but who I'm starting to appreciate in fanon; Vince and Leon, who almost never get time in fic, but who are both excellent; and the O'Conners (who I think might actually renamed characters from another show) who are beautifully handled and really enhance the story. Bonus: the O'Conner ranch has horses! (I'm a sucker for horses.)

All in all, a solid F&F fic ideal for those who are looking to take a break from "Brian and Dom in Mexico" stories and/or folks who enjoy an excellent ensemble cast.

Judas Kiss

Judas Kiss by Joe Lawson (NC-17)

  • Dec. 1st, 2010 at 12:27 PM
Title: Judas Kiss by Joe Lawson (NC-17)
Fandom: The Fast and the Furious
Pairing: Brian/Dom
Categories: post-canon, angst, hurt/comfort, action
Length: epic
Warnings: n/a

Author on LJ: n/a
Website: n/a

Review:
After Dom spends half a year moping over Brian in Mexico, Vince and Leon have finally had enough. One phone call later, and suddenly they're all heading to Arizona where Brian's family (and, for the moment, Brian himself) lives.

This fic starts a bit slow, but once Brian and Dom meet up it really starts to fly. While I love Brian and Dom (as always), what really made this fic work for me were the secondary characters: Rome, who I never liked in canon, but who I'm starting to appreciate in fanon; Vince and Leon, who almost never get time in fic, but who are both excellent; and the O'Conners (who I think might actually renamed characters from another show) who are beautifully handled and really enhance the story. Bonus: the O'Conner ranch has horses! (I'm a sucker for horses.)

All in all, a solid F&F fic ideal for those who are looking to take a break from "Brian and Dom in Mexico" stories and/or folks who enjoy an excellent ensemble cast.

Judas Kiss

Judas Kiss by Joe Lawson (NC-17)

  • Dec. 1st, 2010 at 12:27 PM
Title: Judas Kiss by Joe Lawson (NC-17)
Fandom: The Fast and the Furious
Pairing: Brian/Dom
Categories: post-canon, angst, hurt/comfort, action
Length: epic
Warnings: n/a

Author on LJ: n/a
Website: n/a

Review:
After Dom spends half a year moping over Brian in Mexico, Vince and Leon have finally had enough. One phone call later, and suddenly they're all heading to Arizona where Brian's family (and, for the moment, Brian himself) lives.

This fic starts a bit slow, but once Brian and Dom meet up it really starts to fly. While I love Brian and Dom (as always), what really made this fic work for me were the secondary characters: Rome, who I never liked in canon, but who I'm starting to appreciate in fanon; Vince and Leon, who almost never get time in fic, but who are both excellent; and the O'Conners (who I think might actually renamed characters from another show) who are beautifully handled and really enhance the story. Bonus: the O'Conner ranch has horses! (I'm a sucker for horses.)

All in all, a solid F&F fic ideal for those who are looking to take a break from "Brian and Dom in Mexico" stories and/or folks who enjoy an excellent ensemble cast.

Judas Kiss

Judas Kiss by Joe Lawson (NC-17)

  • Dec. 1st, 2010 at 12:27 PM
Title: Judas Kiss by Joe Lawson (NC-17)
Fandom: The Fast and the Furious
Pairing: Brian/Dom
Categories: post-canon, angst, hurt/comfort, action
Length: epic
Warnings: n/a

Author on LJ: n/a
Website: n/a

Review:
After Dom spends half a year moping over Brian in Mexico, Vince and Leon have finally had enough. One phone call later, and suddenly they're all heading to Arizona where Brian's family (and, for the moment, Brian himself) lives.

This fic starts a bit slow, but once Brian and Dom meet up it really starts to fly. While I love Brian and Dom (as always), what really made this fic work for me were the secondary characters: Rome, who I never liked in canon, but who I'm starting to appreciate in fanon; Vince and Leon, who almost never get time in fic, but who are both excellent; and the O'Conners (who I think might actually renamed characters from another show) who are beautifully handled and really enhance the story. Bonus: the O'Conner ranch has horses! (I'm a sucker for horses.)

All in all, a solid F&F fic ideal for those who are looking to take a break from "Brian and Dom in Mexico" stories and/or folks who enjoy an excellent ensemble cast.

Judas Kiss

Judas Kiss by Joe Lawson (NC-17)

  • Dec. 1st, 2010 at 12:27 PM
Title: Judas Kiss by Joe Lawson (NC-17)
Fandom: The Fast and the Furious
Pairing: Brian/Dom
Categories: post-canon, angst, hurt/comfort, action
Length: epic
Warnings: n/a

Author on LJ: n/a
Website: n/a

Review:
After Dom spends half a year moping over Brian in Mexico, Vince and Leon have finally had enough. One phone call later, and suddenly they're all heading to Arizona where Brian's family (and, for the moment, Brian himself) lives.

This fic starts a bit slow, but once Brian and Dom meet up it really starts to fly. While I love Brian and Dom (as always), what really made this fic work for me were the secondary characters: Rome, who I never liked in canon, but who I'm starting to appreciate in fanon; Vince and Leon, who almost never get time in fic, but who are both excellent; and the O'Conners (who I think might actually renamed characters from another show) who are beautifully handled and really enhance the story. Bonus: the O'Conner ranch has horses! (I'm a sucker for horses.)

All in all, a solid F&F fic ideal for those who are looking to take a break from "Brian and Dom in Mexico" stories and/or folks who enjoy an excellent ensemble cast.

Judas Kiss

Judas Kiss by Joe Lawson (NC-17)

  • Dec. 1st, 2010 at 12:27 PM
Title: Judas Kiss by Joe Lawson (NC-17)
Fandom: The Fast and the Furious
Pairing: Brian/Dom
Categories: post-canon, angst, hurt/comfort, action
Length: epic
Warnings: n/a

Author on LJ: n/a
Website: n/a

Review:
After Dom spends half a year moping over Brian in Mexico, Vince and Leon have finally had enough. One phone call later, and suddenly they're all heading to Arizona where Brian's family (and, for the moment, Brian himself) lives.

This fic starts a bit slow, but once Brian and Dom meet up it really starts to fly. While I love Brian and Dom (as always), what really made this fic work for me were the secondary characters: Rome, who I never liked in canon, but who I'm starting to appreciate in fanon; Vince and Leon, who almost never get time in fic, but who are both excellent; and the O'Conners (who I think might actually renamed characters from another show) who are beautifully handled and really enhance the story. Bonus: the O'Conner ranch has horses! (I'm a sucker for horses.)

All in all, a solid F&F fic ideal for those who are looking to take a break from "Brian and Dom in Mexico" stories and/or folks who enjoy an excellent ensemble cast.

Judas Kiss

Rewind by Khaleesian (NC-17)

  • Sep. 13th, 2010 at 1:58 PM
And that's all she wrote, folks!

Title: Rewind by Khaleesian
Fandom: Fast and the Furious
Pairing: Dom/Brian
Categories: drama, angst
Length: Epic (~55,000 words)
Warnings: n/a

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] khaleesian 
Website: http://www.khaleesian.com

Review:
When Brian offers Dom the keys at the end of the first movie, Dom invites Brian along. Good thing, too, because Brian proves to be an absolute genius at going on the lam.

One thing that always bugged me about the first F&F movie was the way that Dom gets into a car accident that absolutely should have killed him and yet is presumed to be completely healthy and capable of going on the run. This is a point raised in a lot of F&F fic, but I like the way this story handles it: by having Brian come along and handle those first few days, when Dom can barely walk, much less drive and evade police. Even better is the intelligence behind all of the various police evasions -- Brian's actions in this fic are completely unlike anything else I've read in the fandom and yet when all is said and done if I were evading the police I'd totally go his route. It may not be conventional, but that's exactly why it succeeds.

On top of all of the fantastic plot, you've also got great characterizations, especially with regards to Dom and, later in the story, Rome. I really enjoyed Dom's slow realization of his feelings for Brian and Rome's snarky support. Mix in Brian (so much more interesting than he was in the movies), Letty (a small part, but it packs a punch), and Tanner (even smaller part, but completely brilliant) and you have a great ensemble in a great story.

Rewind

Rewind by Khaleesian (NC-17)

  • Sep. 13th, 2010 at 1:58 PM
And that's all she wrote, folks!

Title: Rewind by Khaleesian
Fandom: Fast and the Furious
Pairing: Dom/Brian
Categories: drama, angst
Length: Epic (~55,000 words)
Warnings: n/a

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] khaleesian 
Website: http://www.khaleesian.com

Review:
When Brian offers Dom the keys at the end of the first movie, Dom invites Brian along. Good thing, too, because Brian proves to be an absolute genius at going on the lam.

One thing that always bugged me about the first F&F movie was the way that Dom gets into a car accident that absolutely should have killed him and yet is presumed to be completely healthy and capable of going on the run. This is a point raised in a lot of F&F fic, but I like the way this story handles it: by having Brian come along and handle those first few days, when Dom can barely walk, much less drive and evade police. Even better is the intelligence behind all of the various police evasions -- Brian's actions in this fic are completely unlike anything else I've read in the fandom and yet when all is said and done if I were evading the police I'd totally go his route. It may not be conventional, but that's exactly why it succeeds.

On top of all of the fantastic plot, you've also got great characterizations, especially with regards to Dom and, later in the story, Rome. I really enjoyed Dom's slow realization of his feelings for Brian and Rome's snarky support. Mix in Brian (so much more interesting than he was in the movies), Letty (a small part, but it packs a punch), and Tanner (even smaller part, but completely brilliant) and you have a great ensemble in a great story.

Rewind

Rewind by Khaleesian (NC-17)

  • Sep. 13th, 2010 at 1:58 PM
And that's all she wrote, folks!

Title: Rewind by Khaleesian
Fandom: Fast and the Furious
Pairing: Dom/Brian
Categories: drama, angst
Length: Epic (~55,000 words)
Warnings: n/a

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] khaleesian 
Website: http://www.khaleesian.com

Review:
When Brian offers Dom the keys at the end of the first movie, Dom invites Brian along. Good thing, too, because Brian proves to be an absolute genius at going on the lam.

One thing that always bugged me about the first F&F movie was the way that Dom gets into a car accident that absolutely should have killed him and yet is presumed to be completely healthy and capable of going on the run. This is a point raised in a lot of F&F fic, but I like the way this story handles it: by having Brian come along and handle those first few days, when Dom can barely walk, much less drive and evade police. Even better is the intelligence behind all of the various police evasions -- Brian's actions in this fic are completely unlike anything else I've read in the fandom and yet when all is said and done if I were evading the police I'd totally go his route. It may not be conventional, but that's exactly why it succeeds.

On top of all of the fantastic plot, you've also got great characterizations, especially with regards to Dom and, later in the story, Rome. I really enjoyed Dom's slow realization of his feelings for Brian and Rome's snarky support. Mix in Brian (so much more interesting than he was in the movies), Letty (a small part, but it packs a punch), and Tanner (even smaller part, but completely brilliant) and you have a great ensemble in a great story.

Rewind

Rewind by Khaleesian (NC-17)

  • Sep. 13th, 2010 at 1:58 PM
And that's all she wrote, folks!

Title: Rewind by Khaleesian
Fandom: Fast and the Furious
Pairing: Dom/Brian
Categories: drama, angst
Length: Epic (~55,000 words)
Warnings: n/a

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] khaleesian 
Website: http://www.khaleesian.com

Review:
When Brian offers Dom the keys at the end of the first movie, Dom invites Brian along. Good thing, too, because Brian proves to be an absolute genius at going on the lam.

One thing that always bugged me about the first F&F movie was the way that Dom gets into a car accident that absolutely should have killed him and yet is presumed to be completely healthy and capable of going on the run. This is a point raised in a lot of F&F fic, but I like the way this story handles it: by having Brian come along and handle those first few days, when Dom can barely walk, much less drive and evade police. Even better is the intelligence behind all of the various police evasions -- Brian's actions in this fic are completely unlike anything else I've read in the fandom and yet when all is said and done if I were evading the police I'd totally go his route. It may not be conventional, but that's exactly why it succeeds.

On top of all of the fantastic plot, you've also got great characterizations, especially with regards to Dom and, later in the story, Rome. I really enjoyed Dom's slow realization of his feelings for Brian and Rome's snarky support. Mix in Brian (so much more interesting than he was in the movies), Letty (a small part, but it packs a punch), and Tanner (even smaller part, but completely brilliant) and you have a great ensemble in a great story.

Rewind

Rewind by Khaleesian (NC-17)

  • Sep. 13th, 2010 at 1:58 PM
And that's all she wrote, folks!

Title: Rewind by Khaleesian
Fandom: Fast and the Furious
Pairing: Dom/Brian
Categories: drama, angst
Length: Epic (~55,000 words)
Warnings: n/a

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] khaleesian 
Website: http://www.khaleesian.com

Review:
When Brian offers Dom the keys at the end of the first movie, Dom invites Brian along. Good thing, too, because Brian proves to be an absolute genius at going on the lam.

One thing that always bugged me about the first F&F movie was the way that Dom gets into a car accident that absolutely should have killed him and yet is presumed to be completely healthy and capable of going on the run. This is a point raised in a lot of F&F fic, but I like the way this story handles it: by having Brian come along and handle those first few days, when Dom can barely walk, much less drive and evade police. Even better is the intelligence behind all of the various police evasions -- Brian's actions in this fic are completely unlike anything else I've read in the fandom and yet when all is said and done if I were evading the police I'd totally go his route. It may not be conventional, but that's exactly why it succeeds.

On top of all of the fantastic plot, you've also got great characterizations, especially with regards to Dom and, later in the story, Rome. I really enjoyed Dom's slow realization of his feelings for Brian and Rome's snarky support. Mix in Brian (so much more interesting than he was in the movies), Letty (a small part, but it packs a punch), and Tanner (even smaller part, but completely brilliant) and you have a great ensemble in a great story.

Rewind

Rewind by Khaleesian (NC-17)

  • Sep. 13th, 2010 at 1:58 PM
And that's all she wrote, folks!

Title: Rewind by Khaleesian
Fandom: Fast and the Furious
Pairing: Dom/Brian
Categories: drama, angst
Length: Epic (~55,000 words)
Warnings: n/a

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] khaleesian 
Website: http://www.khaleesian.com

Review:
When Brian offers Dom the keys at the end of the first movie, Dom invites Brian along. Good thing, too, because Brian proves to be an absolute genius at going on the lam.

One thing that always bugged me about the first F&F movie was the way that Dom gets into a car accident that absolutely should have killed him and yet is presumed to be completely healthy and capable of going on the run. This is a point raised in a lot of F&F fic, but I like the way this story handles it: by having Brian come along and handle those first few days, when Dom can barely walk, much less drive and evade police. Even better is the intelligence behind all of the various police evasions -- Brian's actions in this fic are completely unlike anything else I've read in the fandom and yet when all is said and done if I were evading the police I'd totally go his route. It may not be conventional, but that's exactly why it succeeds.

On top of all of the fantastic plot, you've also got great characterizations, especially with regards to Dom and, later in the story, Rome. I really enjoyed Dom's slow realization of his feelings for Brian and Rome's snarky support. Mix in Brian (so much more interesting than he was in the movies), Letty (a small part, but it packs a punch), and Tanner (even smaller part, but completely brilliant) and you have a great ensemble in a great story.

Rewind

Female Trouble by Khaleesian (NC-17)

  • Sep. 13th, 2010 at 12:29 PM
Title: Female Trouble by Khaleesian
Fandom: Fast and the Furious
Pairing: Dom/Brian
Categories: drama, angst, virgin (to gay sex)
Length: Epic (~50,000 words)
Warnings: n/a

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] khaleesian 
Website: http://www.khaleesian.com

Review:

The first two movies are over and Dom and Brian are, well, miserable. In a nice departure from fandom norm, Dom decides it's time to track down Brian.

This is meat and potatoes F&F fic: lots of fast cars and authentic-sounding technical details, plenty of manly angsting, and several really long road trips. Toss in great characterizations (the Torettos are especially wonderful; this might be my favorite Mia ever), fantastic cameos by secondary characters (I might have to watch F&F 2 just so I can learn who Tej is), and the sheer awesomeness of Dom getting how to be gay advice from a hooker professional and you have a long, enjoyable F&F fic perfect for a lazy afternoon.

Female Trouble (pt. 1) (pt. 2) (pt. 3)

Female Trouble by Khaleesian (NC-17)

  • Sep. 13th, 2010 at 12:29 PM
Title: Female Trouble by Khaleesian
Fandom: Fast and the Furious
Pairing: Dom/Brian
Categories: drama, angst, virgin (to gay sex)
Length: Epic (~50,000 words)
Warnings: n/a

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] khaleesian 
Website: http://www.khaleesian.com

Review:

The first two movies are over and Dom and Brian are, well, miserable. In a nice departure from fandom norm, Dom decides it's time to track down Brian.

This is meat and potatoes F&F fic: lots of fast cars and authentic-sounding technical details, plenty of manly angsting, and several really long road trips. Toss in great characterizations (the Torettos are especially wonderful; this might be my favorite Mia ever), fantastic cameos by secondary characters (I might have to watch F&F 2 just so I can learn who Tej is), and the sheer awesomeness of Dom getting how to be gay advice from a hooker professional and you have a long, enjoyable F&F fic perfect for a lazy afternoon.

Female Trouble (pt. 1) (pt. 2) (pt. 3)

Female Trouble by Khaleesian (NC-17)

  • Sep. 13th, 2010 at 12:29 PM
Title: Female Trouble by Khaleesian
Fandom: Fast and the Furious
Pairing: Dom/Brian
Categories: drama, angst, virgin (to gay sex)
Length: Epic (~50,000 words)
Warnings: n/a

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] khaleesian 
Website: http://www.khaleesian.com

Review:

The first two movies are over and Dom and Brian are, well, miserable. In a nice departure from fandom norm, Dom decides it's time to track down Brian.

This is meat and potatoes F&F fic: lots of fast cars and authentic-sounding technical details, plenty of manly angsting, and several really long road trips. Toss in great characterizations (the Torettos are especially wonderful; this might be my favorite Mia ever), fantastic cameos by secondary characters (I might have to watch F&F 2 just so I can learn who Tej is), and the sheer awesomeness of Dom getting how to be gay advice from a hooker professional and you have a long, enjoyable F&F fic perfect for a lazy afternoon.

Female Trouble (pt. 1) (pt. 2) (pt. 3)

Female Trouble by Khaleesian (NC-17)

  • Sep. 13th, 2010 at 12:29 PM
Title: Female Trouble by Khaleesian
Fandom: Fast and the Furious
Pairing: Dom/Brian
Categories: drama, angst, virgin (to gay sex)
Length: Epic (~50,000 words)
Warnings: n/a

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] khaleesian 
Website: http://www.khaleesian.com

Review:

The first two movies are over and Dom and Brian are, well, miserable. In a nice departure from fandom norm, Dom decides it's time to track down Brian.

This is meat and potatoes F&F fic: lots of fast cars and authentic-sounding technical details, plenty of manly angsting, and several really long road trips. Toss in great characterizations (the Torettos are especially wonderful; this might be my favorite Mia ever), fantastic cameos by secondary characters (I might have to watch F&F 2 just so I can learn who Tej is), and the sheer awesomeness of Dom getting how to be gay advice from a hooker professional and you have a long, enjoyable F&F fic perfect for a lazy afternoon.

Female Trouble (pt. 1) (pt. 2) (pt. 3)

Female Trouble by Khaleesian (NC-17)

  • Sep. 13th, 2010 at 12:29 PM
Title: Female Trouble by Khaleesian
Fandom: Fast and the Furious
Pairing: Dom/Brian
Categories: drama, angst, virgin (to gay sex)
Length: Epic (~50,000 words)
Warnings: n/a

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] khaleesian 
Website: http://www.khaleesian.com

Review:

The first two movies are over and Dom and Brian are, well, miserable. In a nice departure from fandom norm, Dom decides it's time to track down Brian.

This is meat and potatoes F&F fic: lots of fast cars and authentic-sounding technical details, plenty of manly angsting, and several really long road trips. Toss in great characterizations (the Torettos are especially wonderful; this might be my favorite Mia ever), fantastic cameos by secondary characters (I might have to watch F&F 2 just so I can learn who Tej is), and the sheer awesomeness of Dom getting how to be gay advice from a hooker professional and you have a long, enjoyable F&F fic perfect for a lazy afternoon.

Female Trouble (pt. 1) (pt. 2) (pt. 3)

Female Trouble by Khaleesian (NC-17)

  • Sep. 13th, 2010 at 12:29 PM
Title: Female Trouble by Khaleesian
Fandom: Fast and the Furious
Pairing: Dom/Brian
Categories: drama, angst, virgin (to gay sex)
Length: Epic (~50,000 words)
Warnings: n/a

Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] khaleesian 
Website: http://www.khaleesian.com

Review:

The first two movies are over and Dom and Brian are, well, miserable. In a nice departure from fandom norm, Dom decides it's time to track down Brian.

This is meat and potatoes F&F fic: lots of fast cars and authentic-sounding technical details, plenty of manly angsting, and several really long road trips. Toss in great characterizations (the Torettos are especially wonderful; this might be my favorite Mia ever), fantastic cameos by secondary characters (I might have to watch F&F 2 just so I can learn who Tej is), and the sheer awesomeness of Dom getting how to be gay advice from a hooker professional and you have a long, enjoyable F&F fic perfect for a lazy afternoon.

Female Trouble (pt. 1) (pt. 2) (pt. 3)

Aftermath by theredsith (NC-17)

  • Sep. 6th, 2010 at 6:55 PM
Title: Aftermath by theredsith (NC-17)
Fandom: The Fast and the Furious
Pairing: Brian/Dom
Categories: drama, post-canon
Length: Medium (~4,800)
Warnings: n/a

Author on LJ: n/a
Website: n/a

Review:
After the movie (and apparently before a final scene that I didn't see), Brian comes home to find Dom in his apartment.

Most F&F fics are very intense, full of anger and aggression and angst. And don't get me wrong, I love all of those things. However, sometimes it's nice to read something a bit different. Thus, Aftermath.

Aftermath is a surprisingly quiet, intimate story, when both Brian and Dom are too tired and too wrung out to yell or scream or throw down. Instead they share a quiet conversation over beers, discussing what happened, what it meant, and what they're going to do next. I love the gentle but still in-character feel of the story and of these characters, pushed to the point where they don't even have the energy left to lie anymore.

Sweet and personal, this is lovely, unique, and deeply satisfying F&F story.

Aftermath

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