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A.F. Tanith
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Original Fiction: Sparrow | 46. grateful; 6. apathetic; 82. romantic; 22. crushed; 92. surprised

Title: Grateful
Fandom: Original Fiction
Characters: Sparrow
Prompt: 46. grateful
Word Count: 100
Rating: T
Warnings/Spoilers: This story deals with common triggers including implied/referenced rape/noncon and Stockholm syndrome.
Summary: Simply knowing about the existence of Stockholm syndrome is not enough to prevent it.

( Grateful )




Title: Apathetic
Fandom: Original Fiction
Characters: Sparrow & Stelian Frost
Prompt: 6. apathetic
Word Count: 225
Rating: T
Warnings/Spoilers: This story contains common triggers including implied/referenced rape/noncon and Stockholm syndrome.
Summary: Sparrow doesn't want to get married in the first place. So why would she want to help plan the wedding?

( Apathetic )




Title: Romantic
Fandom: Original Fiction
Characters: Sparrow & Stelian Frost
Prompt: 82. romantic
Word Count: 1,396
Rating: M
Warnings/Spoilers: This story contains common triggers including implied/referenced rape/noncon, Stockholm syndrome, and dubiously consensual sexual content.
Summary: Sparrow isn't a romantic person, and Frost doesn't deserve the gesture. She tries anyway.

( Romantic )




Title: Crushed
Fandom: Original Fiction
Characters: Sparrow & Stelian Frost
Prompt: 22. crushed
Word Count: 1,263
Rating: NC-17
Warnings/Spoilers: This story contains common triggers including implied/referenced rape/noncon, Stockholm syndrome, and dubiously consensual sexual content, and is written from the perspective of the perpetrator.
Summary: Sparrow calls out the wrong name. Frost is amused... at first.

( Crushed )




Title: Surprised
Fandom: Original Fiction
Characters: Sparrow & Stelian Frost
Prompt: 92. surprised
Word Count: 1,093
Rating: NC-17
Warnings/Spoilers: This story contains common triggers including implied/referenced rape/noncon, Stockholm syndrome, and dubiously consensual sexual content, and is written from the perspective of the perpetrator.
Summary: Sparrow never calls him by his first name.

( Surprised )
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