“A curse affects both the victim and the caster. A skilled curse-caster can bend this effect so that their share in the curse is something they don’t mind, something that doesn’t inhibit them… but even if they manage that, repeatedly having a share in any curse leaves a mark eventually.”
A His Own Humanity story
When Heero rescues an abandoned doll from the gutter, he hardly thinks it’s going to change his life; but now he and his best friend Quatre find themselves involved in the breaking of a curse from almost a hundred years ago, and perhaps in falling for exactly the wrong people.
Drama/Romance/Adventure/Introspection/Humor | Quatre & Trowa (primary), Duo & Heero (primary), Original male character & Relena, Treize & Zechs | Rated 4 | | Alternate universe (modern U.S. plus magic), POV: Heero/Quatre/Trowa/Duo, Language (general/religious/gendered and one instance each of homophobic and racist), Sex (explicit), Surprise/forced kissing, Angst, Psychological torment, Misunderstanding/lack of communication, Pining, Get-together story for main couple(s), Gay Duo, Gay Heero, Gay Quatre, Gay Trowa | 153,161 words | Completed 08/2011 | For Zombie Girl | ebook