Sucked into the Vortex

After Max sacrificed Chloe and things went back to normal in Arcadia Bay, she just tried to be normal. When Victoria realizes that Max might actually not be so bad, she tries to make friends and invites Max on a weekend get away with some other people in the Vortex Club. This is basically the story of how the two become friends. And more.

something old, something new (something borrowed, something blue)

Henry blinks at them. “Mom. Mom…Mom,” he says, eyes flickering from Emma to Regina to his future mothers, who are still holding hands. “Mom. Something you want to tell me?”

“They’re from the future,” Regina says.

“They’re married,” Emma says. “To each other.” She’s still standing in the middle of the room, utterly discombobulated.

Henry rolls his eyes. “Duh. Can I go get my Playstation?”

Don’t Question My Evil Persona

Written for Act of True Love day of Swan Queen Week. Regina and Emma break the Dark One curse a little too early, and they’re left with no choice but to have Emma pretend that she’s still the universe’s most fearsome ultimate darkness.

Emma really, really isn’t cut out for this.

(Also contains: a whole lot of broken curses, weaponized femininity, overdue library books, a trip to Hot Topic, and a fucking robin.)

Wedding Crasher

“You hire me to be the worst date possible to your sister’s wedding to aggravate your mother and keep her from meddling in your love life” AU

“My sister, Zelena,” she spits out the name like it’s poison, “Is getting married this weekend in California. My mother is potentially the biggest pain in the ass when it comes to who I take in as lovers. I need someone who will aggravate her to no end and keep her from meddling in the future.”

Emma blinks. “Why me?”

“My mother hates blondes.”

“Oh,” Emma says slowly, and god. She gets the feeling she’s signed herself up for one fucked up family reunion. “Cool.”

Bring Her Home

Cora’s dead. Henry lives with the Charmings. Regina continues spiraling through grief and loss and hatred. Then Emma suddenly falls unconscious and Henry shows up at Regina’s door because he needs her help to bring Emma back. Reluctantly, Regina embarks on a wild swan chase through Emma’s mind, a whirlwind of ‘roads‐less‐traveled’ and ‘what‐ifs’ and ‘might‐have‐beens’, in order to bring her home.

A post‐ ’The Miller’s Daughter’ AU written as a round robin.