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Summary: Asking “how” is what started it all. Two authors, five fandoms, ten prompts.

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Multiple Crossings > Non-BtVS CrossoversCorruptedSmileFR18104,4280213,28629 Apr 118 May 11Yes

NOTE: This chapter is rated FR7

How Quiet Days Can Invite Introspection

Disclaimer: I probably don’t own anything you recognise, I probably do own everything you don’t recognise and I’m not making any money from this.

Fandom: Latter Days.

Pairing: Aaron/Christian.

Rating: FR7.

Spoilers: Definitely.

Summary: Asking “how” is what started it all. Two authors, five fandoms, ten prompts.



Story: How



Chapter: How Quiet Days Can Invite Introspection



They were laying on their backs on the blanket Christian had spread out underneath one of the biggest trees in the park. The sunlight was being filtered through the leaves and the wind made the spots of light covering their bodies dance around gently.

Aaron sighed, a deep sense of contentment filling him. He had always loved spending quiet afternoons in the park near his house on sunny days. Which was exactly why Christian had suggested doing this today, of course.

Turning his head, he smiled at the sight of his dozing boyfriend and in that moment he didn’t regret giving up his religion, his home, his old friends and his family. He was perfectly happy where he was. Together with Christian. Enjoying life.



End of “How Quiet Days Can Invite Introspection”.



A/N: Me and my friend lothlorien decided to celebrate something again by coming up with five prompts each for five different fandoms (so ten prompts total) and write a scene around that prompt. No word limit was set. You can find lothlorien’s prompt answers on this site too.

Prompt: Christian and Aaron enjoy a quiet day together -- just the two of them -- in the park.

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