10 Jan 2021
The Master of the Knights of Ren, Sir Kylo Ren, the famed champion who once served the Arch Duke Snoke, only to betray his loyalties and oath, now rules the land that was once Snoke's as his own. Sir Ren protects what is his, but he also takes whatever he feels is his by right. One day he comes across a maiden, as fair as she is fierce and he cannot deny himself taking her as well.
Set in a vaguely medieval (but also could be read as regency) AU: Kylo Ren is the head of Armitage Hux's personal guard, his attack dog and the main threat that keeps Hux in power. On Hux's orders, Ren is sent to meet a young woman named Rey for the possibility of marriage. But Ren should have known better than to trust anything Hux offers him.
An arranged marriage/nobility and royalty AU in a completely made up world, with heavy emphasis on virginity and virginity kinks, Kylo Ren being possessive, very outdated ideas around virginity and sex, and one or two not so nice words said about women.
This is complete, tropey schlock that would not get out of my brain and that feeds some of my deepest kinks about possessiveness.
- Part 1 of Survivors
When the famous highwayman Kylo Ren and his gang stop to weather out a week-long storm at the Niima Outpost Inn, Kylo meets Rey, the stepdaughter of the landlord, Unkar Plutt. She’s clever, combative, and brimming with the Force.
Kylo Ren isn’t leaving without her.
This is based on a poem which is linked in the description. Be aware that reading/listening to it WILL spoil some things for the story. That being said, my version won't be exactly the same. Mind the tags.
Born the bastard of a noble Lord and orphaned at a young age, Rey grew up under the care of her father’s friends and had their son, Ben, as her constant companion. But as friendship melted into love, the two of them find themselves in a world where they cannot be.
For “a bird may love a fish, but where would they live?”
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19 Jan 2021
22 Jan 2021
Rey of Niima has been sold off by her abusive stepfather, Lord Plutt, to someone with an even more evil reputation. Lord Ren, the Devil of Exegol, is dealing with his own demons, and Rey comes to find out that he's just as scarred mentally as she is scarred physically.
Can the two make the most of their match?
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17 Jan 2021