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This story is No. 9 in the series "Resurrected 'Verse". You may wish to read the series introduction and the preceeding stories first.

Summary: Character studies of the Resurrected 'verse.

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Multiple Crossings > General > Ficlet Collections - OtherJmariaFR1362,3681124,4254 Jul 1024 Aug 12No

Henrik (Hank)

Series Title: Quirks
Title: Henrik (Hank)
Author: Jmaria
Rating: FR-15
Dislaimer: I do not own them. Joss owns the man, Sherrilyn Kenyon owns the concept.
Series Summary: Everybody’s got ‘em. Vignettes from the Resurrected ‘verse.
Summary: Some men buy new gadgets, he buys art.
Words: 237
A/N: Bits and pieces to help me get a handle on some of the characters in the Ginormous Resurrected verse.

Quirks

Henrik (Hank)




It doesn’t matter that he and Joyce have been divorced for years, or that she’s dead and he’s a Dark-Hunter living in Madrid. Every night on his first sweep through the city, he stops at the art stalls. He’s bought enough independent art to fill three rooms in the house he lives in with his Squire Sheyle.



He buys them with her in mind. Some pieces he sends on to fellow Dark-Hunters. Some he sends to Dawn or Buffy under his old name. A few of those ones got sent back though, so after a few years he started sending them under his new name. Back when Joyce was alive, he used to send them to her gallery under an alias. It was funny, thinking back on it, how she used to flirt with him over the phone as she would haggle a price for the pieces he sent. Not that it mattered, he always charged her a fraction of what he’d paid, and then would find ways to return the money to her.



Henrik’s fingers trailed over the small vase painted gold with brilliant ruby splashes. It’s something that would have caught Joyce’s eye. Something she would have bought for herself, the cost be damned. He knows that this tiny vase - basically useless for holding more than one bloom - will soon be joining his collection. Because it reminds him of the wife he lost.
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