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Summary: Willow really shouldn't read random words in books Giles own. It never ends up pretty. Now she was in a world where everything was different. Adult Willow could hand this and so can mini-Willow. Problem is, the adults don't think so.

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Anita Blake > Willow-Centered
DC Universe > Sandman
DragonSFR1853,18733522,41430 Jun 073 May 08No

Chapter One

Title: Vampires and Red Heads
Fandoms: BtVS/AB
Rating: FR18
Disclaimer : BtVS belongs to Whedon and AB to this other lady whose name I forgot.

Note: I'm trying a round-robin thing with this. I'm not sure how it works though so forgive me if somthing random happens.

It was her fault.

She wasn't suppose to read the words off any of Gile's dusty books.

Didn't she learn her lesson from the time she summoned a demon by accident?

It had been only a few years and her she was again, screwing up with magic.

She was sinking in a pool of redness. A thick jello like redness. It tasted like cherry jello.

Anyways, she was sinking and there was no one there to help her.

Buffy wasn't there. Xander wasn't there. Giles wasn't there. No one was there.

She was sinking in a big red tunnel-thing and there was no one to save her.

With a yelp she was dragged through and into another world.

She closed her eyes tightly and waited for the fall to end.

It did and she landed on something poofy.

She first checked if her body was intact.

It was.

But....there was a problem.

She was tiny, as in mini, as in kiddy sized.

She was also staring at two people who were impossible pale. One had long dark hair and the other golden hair that hid parts of his face.

They were also pretty but that observation was shoved aside for a more important one.

They were vampires.

She did the only thing she could.

She screamed.


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