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Can’t Think, Can’t Breathe, Part II

I could see her hair, her face, her clothes, but not her expression, I could see where she would want to go, I could see the route there, but not what to talk about along the way. […]

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What Price Mortal Love?

Nudging the door open with my foot, I listened for noises, but heard nothing. I quietly moved through the foyer and into the living room. My heart dropped into my stomach. It couldn’t be… […]

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Night at the Roxbury: Part I

So when Prometheus popped up, having been released from his cell, and called into question my passion as the goddess of love, I had no choice but to accompany him on his first night out. […]

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A Temporary Loss of Sanity

“Hello, Ares,” Aphrodite said. “It’s so good to see you again.” Like a fool, I could only stare at her. It had been over a thousand years since I had seen her, but she hadn’t […]