Fandoms: Phantom - Susan Kay, Le Fantôme de l'Opéra | Phantom of the Opera & Related Fandoms, Le Fantôme de l'Opéra | Phantom of the Opera - Gaston Leroux
16 Feb 2017
An Erik in his twenties has arrived recently at the Opera House with a haunted past and haunted face. A young woman learning what independence means gets her dream job as a violinist through less than usual channels. She strikes up a very unlikely friendship.
Slow burn which comes into being over talks about poetry and music over tea. There's a background m/m relationship with the main character's cousin and another violinist. The main character's world is not limited to her relationship with Erik, but the reader can focus on those parts if they choose and not lose out.
Bookmarked by Katemicky
02 Aug 2018
Fandoms: Phantom of the Opera - Lloyd Webber, Phantom of the Opera (2004), Le Fantôme de l'Opéra | Phantom of the Opera & Related Fandoms, Le Fantôme de l'Opéra | Phantom of the Opera - Gaston Leroux, Phantom - Susan Kay
22 Apr 2017
Two years have passed since Christine left him for Raoul. Erik continues to reside underneath the burned down remains of his abandoned opera house where he has resigned himself to live alone as the Angel in Hell. Sophie stumbles into Erik's underground world one day quite by accident when Erik saves her from a fate worse then death. But he can not risk another angry mob coming for his blood, and so Erik takes Sophie prisoner and keeps her locked away underground where the two of them must learn how to live together.
Erik/OFC centric and Christine/Raoul friendly. Based on Leroux/ALW/Susan Kay. A Hades and Persephone inspired tale. Complete.
Bookmarked by Katemicky
27 Jul 2018
The Tsar and his family live, and make it out of Yekaterinburg. But the Bolsheviks live too, and the tsar's power is greatly reduced. Tensions between the White Russians and Red Russians are simmering, and before they get to a boiling point, key leaders of both sides decide that something must be done to unite the two factions. A kicker is proposed at the end of several long policy and government changes: a Romanov daughter is set to marry a good and loyal son of the Bolshevik faction.
That son is twenty-two year old Gleb Vaganov, a Party member who would really just like to read his copy of Pravda in peace, and that daughter is nineteen year old Anastasia Romanova, who wasn't planning on being married until all three older sisters walked down the aisle and still helps her brother Alexei with his pranks.
In other words, it's as close to a romcom as you can get in 1920s Communist Russia.
- Part 1 of and it burns me
03 Oct 2018
Fandoms: Anastasia - Flaherty/Ahrens/McNally
31 May 2018
"Anya looked up at him with those blue, Romanov eyes, and Gleb pushed away all uncertainty. It couldn’t be her. He wouldn’t let it be her. He had heard Anastasia die and for the good of Russia and for Anya’s own safety she would stay dead if he had to kill her himself.
But Anya’s eyes had lost their fear and now held only sadness. “Would you have pulled the trigger,” she asked, her voice quiet, “if you’d been told?” "
A retelling of the Broadway musical Anastasia in which a frightened Anya accepts a stranger's hand and his offer for tea, despite the nagging feeling that she recognizes his eyes.