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Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Les Miserables. The Phantom of the Opera. A lit nerd and her antisocial alternate persona learn that classic fictional stories may not be quite so fictional.

Sire updates Wednesdays. Patreon backers are four weeks ahead of everyone else.

Art and writing by Alexis Royce. ChibiSilverWings is listed as a coauthor because she likes to get comment emails. All of the comment emails.

Recent Comments

She is making me nervous. I don't have a good feeling about her.
D'oyly... you're going off topic here. Focus.
Merrsharr
February 16th, 2017
Hello Boss
RazorD9
February 15th, 2017
There are benefits in having good friends.
Hydra
February 15th, 2017
So, another person with the ability to see the threads. This doesn't look
good for the girls.
Kinky.
This is why I don't have a no-hug policy. It's just too much of a hassle to keep up.
Ooh mysterious.
I bet on Riley.
Hydra
February 1st, 2017
Based on the look on her face I'm assuming Anna recognises and possibly knows this Julian guy.
Hydra
January 25th, 2017
@AcolyteofDaniel: I believe he didn't guess their sire on purpose because his boss was coming anyway. He won by buying time more than actually winning, kinda Win/Win for him.
@Hydra, he's a villain from Sherlock Holmes. Kind of THE villain.
But hey, where did Moriarty-kid actually guess their sire? He identified them by name, but not Jekyll and Hyde.
Hydra
January 25th, 2017
I feel bad about not knowing who Moriarty is..... I haven't read many older books....
A way out?
Hokova
January 25th, 2017
It really isn't hard to guess. Unless there was a plot twist. Which was kind of to be expected.
@Guest: Ah ok I get it now. Everything's back in the pool then.

Btw, someone suggested Julian could be a Lupin-child... this could excite me terribly.
Guest
January 19th, 2017
@Sobriquet: He's letting Susan go... just as soon as Julian arrives. And Anna, of course, is just not being let go.
I don't get the word-twisting, didn't he say in a positive way that he will let Susan(alone?) go? I thought it was a two-terms bet, not a positive/negative action. Have I a language's comprehension problem?
If Susan doesn't get let out of that hug and FAST, arms may soon be broken.
She is having absolutely none of this crap.