The GhostWARNING: BLOOD OF OLYMPUS SPOILERS! READ AT YOUR OWN RISK. (MAJOR SPOILERS CASUALLY THROWN ABOUT AS IF THEY WERE MINOR SPOILERS. THIS IS YOUR ONLY WARNING.)The Ghost by Akela-Nakamura
I MEAN IT. I DON'T WANT ANYONE TO SAY "I DIDN'T KNOW IT HAD SPOILERS!" OR GET ANGRY WITH ME BECAUSE OF THEM.
YOU. HAVE. BEEN. WARNED.
Piper was tired. It had been a long day. Her back was sore. Her arms felt like lead. She blew her hair out of her face. On anyone else it would have simply looked messy. But on her it looked deliberately mussed, adding chic to her simple outfit of a Camp Half-Blood shirt and well-worn jeans. She looked like a model, she couldn’t help it. But she did little to draw attention to herself. At the moment, she was sweaty and sleepy.
She’d forgotten it was Halloween.
She stepped into the Aphrodite cabin, which never failed to smell as if several models had thrown their various perfume bottles through the windows like smelly Molotov cocktails. Breathing shallowly, she frowned at the darkness beyo
Fire Alarms are Good Ice BreakersA Will/Mitchell ficFire Alarms are Good Ice Breakers by leukanthes
Mitchell was seriously considering breaking his own moral code and causing whoever pulled the fire alarm at three in the morning some serious injuries. There wasn't even any fire in the dormitory building, as far as he could see; there was no smoke, no dancing flames, not even the scent of anything burning. The alarm had to have been pulled as a prank, but there were guidelines to follow and, prank or no prank, that meant all the residents had to evacuate the building.
It wasn't particularly cold that mid-October early morning, but Mitchell was still chilly, standing across the street from the apartment building, as was evacuation code. The dorm apartments were right across from the neighborhood park, so the residents had taken to the park to wait until the building was checked and they were clear to return to their warm beds to let sleep embrace them once more. Most of the residents hadn't been awake enough to grab robes, as Mitchell had, and only abo
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