It was the beginning of an era: shitty music, endless booze, soon-to-be-dropouts, and a girl who would dip her hand in and change it all.
Enter Roselain Nightingale, daughter of the prominent town judge.
Foot-in-mouth, social reject with a 1970's film camera around her neck and a chip on her shoulder.
New blood in a pool of stagnant, washed-out teenagers.
They say once you've had a taste of new blood, there's no turning back.
And Billie Joe Armstrong wanted far more than just one taste.
NOTE: Roselain was home schooled until this year, her senior year....
Characters: Billie Joe Armstrong,Mike Dirnt,Tré Cool
[H] - Adult content - WIP - Last update: 11/15/14
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This is around the first half of 1974. It’s about Jimmy and Robert jimberting before anything really happened between them except literally the handjob (my story "I bet you didn't.."). From Robert’s pov you’ll see why hah...
Characters: Jimmy Page,Robert Plant
[S] - Finished - Last update: 11/15/14
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The argument scene was priceless. I'm still laughing at the mental image of Lars in a hat and oversized trench coat with too-long sleeves mocking Jerry and hurling insults (and actual books!) at him. Lars' overreaction at the end made him seem a bit unhinged, but I actually suspect him LESS after reading this chapter because I think his secretive and manipulative demeanor might just be a facade to conceal his loneliness. Anyway, count me among those who thought the sexual tension was going to bubble over right there. Jerry refuses to take off Lars' necklace even though he doesn't quite believe in its power...obviously, we know why. ;) Can't wait to see what happens to finally bring these two into each other's arms. Wonderful chapter. Loved the AHS reference too. —Augustine, for Lisbeth Laufeyson's The nightingale that taught the raven to sing
*Bows to you* What a heartbreaking but BRILLIANT ending! I had my suspicions about these two, but nonetheless I was still shocked by the twist. Thank you for this story. It's been an amazing read. I can't wait to see what will arise from your imagination next... —Augustine, for lali's The Dying Swan