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For the Lois & Clark cliche challenge. My prompt: Lois and Clark have a deal on their romantic getaway weekend — Lois must avoid doing any work, and Clark must avoid running off to save the world. But this story is SV slash, so that’s not exactly how it works out in this version.

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Incarnadine

This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series Incarnadine

The Fan-Fiction Writer’s Union (NY Local #527) required “Red” follow-up story. Contents under pressure. Two things to know: Lex Luthor has a nonstandard definition of “consent,” and Red K makes Clark horny.

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Into the Woods

Some other girl’s fairytale.

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A Life Less Invulnerable

Motel Six, Metropolis, 3:45 pm.

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Love Story

Loving you is not a choice. Set after 5×19 (Mercy). Notes: Thanks to Rose_etta for the original beta and Shalott for help with the revision.

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My Last Duchess

Who’d stoop to blame/This sort of trifling?

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No Angel Came

Eighteen hours is a long time. Spell spoilers.

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No Darker Than Yours: Gotham

This entry is part 3 of 4 in the series No Darker Than Yours

So it is with this calamity; it does not touch me; something which I fancied was a part of me, which could not be torn away without tearing me nor enlarged without enriching me, falls off from me and leaves no scar. It was caducous. – Emerson Mercy stood in the doorway of Clark's office, [...]

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No Darker Than Yours: Intro

This entry is part 1 of 4 in the series No Darker Than Yours

You have kind of a dark side, don’t you? Warnings for violence. (You may wish to consider that I don’t often warn.)

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No Such AU

Lex is a spy!

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