Feb. 16th, 2017

[identity profile] alynwa.livejournal.com


“Yes, yes, yes, I’ve heard all about the ‘Great Napoleon Solo’ and his effect on women, but I assure you, Chairman, that I am not one to be persuaded so easily,” Cassie Howard said as she impatiently puffed on her cigarette while pacing the living room of her hotel suite with the phone cradled between her chin and shoulder.  “Angelique DeChien, may she rest in peace, had a soft spot for this man and allowed him to live even when it would have been child’s play to kill him.*  He’s on his way here now.  No, I have been careful, I don’t think he knows I’m THRUSH.  No matter if he does know; my understanding is his libido and his level of arrogance are so huge, he will make love to me anyway.  Trust me: He will be coming and going at the same time.”

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[identity profile] glennagirl.livejournal.com
I seem to have gotten my days mixed up; I posted the What If? prompt yesterday
and forgot all about A Little Drabble Do Ya.
If you missed the prompt you can find it HERE


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[identity profile] glennagirl.livejournal.com
If you've missed any of the Happily Ever After stories you can read (or still write),
by clicking on the tag or on the picture.  Romance is everywhere...

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[identity profile] glennagirl.livejournal.com

Prompt: What if Napoleon did marry Pia in the Concrete Overcoat Affair?

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"Pizza? Again?  Pia darling, is that the only meal you know how to prepare?"  Napoleon had been playing house with the pretty Italian girl for over a month now.  As of yet there was nothing remotely romantic about their marriage; it was in name only that they shared his name and apartment since their return from the island.

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[identity profile] mrua7.livejournal.com
The prompt:



Every THRUSH temptress has an unpredictable side to them, sometimes making them more dangerous than their male counterparts. The Hierarchy seems to have understood this and consequently filled their ranks with quite a few female operatives.


Now there was a new bird in the nest and her name was Crimson Mortem. A rather ominous sounding moniker that suited her fiery red hair and murderous disposition. She had an evilness about her, and positively oozed it along with an incredible feminine allure. She was perhaps like the black widow who would mate and then devour the male.


Crimson had killed three top Section II agents in the European arena and now she was in New York presumably to continue her exterminations.


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[identity profile] rose-of-pollux.livejournal.com
Title: The Deadly Admirer Affair, Act IV: Strike of the Serpent
Rating: PG13
Word count: ~2000
Author: Rose of Pollux

If you prefer reading there, cross-posted to ff.net and AO3.

Act IV: Strike of the Serpent )

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