Alan Carter finally descended past terror and settled into oscillating despair. As much as he liked the pastel green dress, he regretted not wearing jeans tonight. The dress fit nicely, emphasizing his slender waist and lending him an air of feminine sophistication beyond his years but you couldn't really run away in a dress very well. Not that he had an opportunity to run now but the dress seemed to emphasize his vulnerability somehow.
He shook his head. How stupid, worrying about clothing when he probably wouldn't live through the next few hours.
Submitted by slothrop on Fri, 2006/08/25 - 10:49am
Brian Dupre just wanted to get close to Carmen, and doing a favor for her Uncle Mitzi seemed like a good idea at the time. As always, look for shadows in the dark....Ally Burns appears courtesy of JulieO Productions and was a delight to work with.
Fifth in the Angel series. Part One of Five Parts.
Action, romance and intrigue find Robert and Jenny as their lives are turned sideways by a chance encounter with a mysterious multi-reality artifact.
Does NOT contain furries, fem-dom, high school, cheerleader revenge squads,mall shopping, diapers, psychotic moms and 'boys who are frequently assumed to be girls by people with normal eyesight and mental acuity'.
a. A violent collision or impact; a heavy blow.
b. Something that jars the mind or emotions as if with a violent unexpected blow.
c. The disturbance of function, equilibrium, or mental faculties caused by such a blow; violent agitation.
I wanted to try a role reversal without magic, domination, unwilling participants, too willing participants, hypnosis, or technology not based in current capability. Guys are guys but the rules change around them. It took more words than planned.
Submitted by slothrop on Tue, 2004/12/07 - 12:06am
I Can See For Miles
By Tyrone Slothrop- Fourth Story in the Angelverse
Author’s Note: This is the fourth Angel story and he needed lots of help for this mission. Even when I threw in characters from my previous work into the mix, we still needed more. I then reached out to other authors who had created heroic figures with a similar purpose. You will see a series of works attached to this story, all launching off the same assignment detailed in chapter 20. I can tell you we had fun doing it- Tyrone Slothrop
Authors Note: I write to tell myself stories. Sometimes you get an idea and cannot let it go until you key in the final sentence. A rare few of these ideas come out like pearls, an irritant which produces a thing which can amuse or give pleasure. Sometimes it is like worrying out an abscessed tooth. This one is a reaction to abuse which comes in many forms, and it is a strictly personal reaction. It may be different from other stories, I certainly hope so. It is not meant to challenge any other points of view, just to express one. Parts of it are a bit dark. It may not be welcomed by some.