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Part 5

Part 5 of my modern Feysand Au. Feyre and Rhys wake up together and god this scene made my heart happy! 

(Special thanks to @kamahi95 for helping name this one!)


Part 1Part 2Part 3, Part 4Part 6, Part 7, Part 8Part 9.

Word Count: 2,024


I forgot to close the blinds.

It’s the first thing that comes to my mind when the sunlight, which ultimately wakes me, streams through the windows and right into my eyes.

I turn my head away from it in attempt to block out the light that now filtered its way into my room.

I don’t want to get up just yet. I am warm, and comfortable, and cocooned in someone’s strong embrace.

Rhysand. I almost forgot he had shared my bed last night. We had actually slept too, fully clothed, which had to be new for him.

I didn’t dare move from where I was locked in his arms.

His bare chest was right in front of my nose, my hands laid upon the tattoos that decorated his golden skin. My cheek was against his bicep, which is a very comfortable pillow despite the muscles that lay beneath the skin.

Rhys was still asleep. When I let my eyes roam up to his face, a smile splits mine. His hair is sticking up on the side that is against the pillow. His face looks so much more peaceful and young in sleep. It was like the hardships that faced him during waking hours were wiped away and youth came through the cracks in his mask.

I don’t know all of the burdens that Rhys has faced, but I know that when a person looks this different when they sleep it’s because they put on a mask so people don’t see how vulnerable they actually are.

My sister Nesta is the same way.

I’m not sure how long I lay there and look at him, but it felt right. Being in his arms felt right.

My hands hadn’t moved from where they were curled against his chest but I take this opportunity to spread my fingers across his skin.

Big mistake.

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  • Andromeda Black: Okay, here we go. Low fat, whole wheat blueberry pancakes.
  • Narcissa Black: Are there 12?
  • Andromeda Black: 12 what?
  • Narcissa Black: Blueberries. I can only have 12 blueberries for breakfast.
  • Andromeda Black: Or what?
  • Narcissa Black: What do you mean, or what?
  • Andromeda Black: What happens if you eat 13 blueberries?
  • Narcissa Black: This is a silly conversation.
  • Andromeda Black: Would you die?
  • Narcissa Black: Just hand me the plate.
  • Andromeda Black: Only if you don’t count.
  • Narcissa Black: I won’t count.
  • Andromeda Black: Swear. Raise your right hand and say, ‘May The Weird Sisters break up if I count these blueberries.’
  • Narcissa Black: [raises his hand] … Pick another group.
  • Andromeda Black: Nope.
  • Narcissa Black: [slams hand down] I hate you! Hate you!

In other news, biking to work and yoga at the apartment complex means I somehow achieved the holy grail of two hours of exercise in a day, so maybe it doesn’t matter how broken my job is. And I made some badass marinara sauce. And I’m about to make blueberry wheat pancakes because I cayayayayyayayannnn

  • Hélène: Okay, here we go. Low-fat, whole wheat blueberry pancakes.
  • Anatole: Are there 12?
  • Hélène: 12 what?
  • Anatole: Blueberries. I can only have 12 blueberries for breakfast.
  • Hélène: Or what?
  • Anatole: What do you mean, or what?
  • Hélène: What happens if you eat 13 blueberries?
  • Anatole: This is a silly conversation.
  • Hélène: Would you die?
  • Anatole: Just hand me the plate.
Can’t Love Me Like You

For Jessica, because she’s been one of the constants in my life, an ever present entity, whenever I needed her. It’s not much, but I hope you like it. Merry Christmas, babes. XOXO


“I don’t understand,” Harry says slowly. 

 Jeff sighs. “Listen, you’re great.” Harry tries to smile, but it’s sort of hard to at the moment. “Honestly,” he insists. “I just think… We’re moving kind of fast? I mean, you’re wanting me to go home with you for Christmas, Harry." 

 "What’s wrong with that? You said you were fine with it when I first mentioned it,” Harry says, confused and hurt. 

 "Because I didn’t want to hurt your feelings,“ Jeff replies in earnest. 

 Harry makes a face at him. "Right. Like you’re doing right now. Three days before we’re supposed to be leaving for Holmes Chapel." 

 Jeff at least has the decency to look ashamed. "I’m sorry,” he says, “but I just don’t think this is gonna work out." 

 Harry doesn’t bother crying, but his eyes do sting a bit on his walk home. He blames the cold winds. 

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Whole Wheat Blueberry Pancakes with Buttery Ginger Syrup
Makes 8 pancakes

These are classically delicious with blueberries, but would be great with raspberries, chocolate chips, pecans or bananas.

¾ cup whole wheat flour
¾ cup all-purpose flour
2 tbsp light brown sugar
1 tbsp baking powder
½ tsp salt
1 to 1¼ cups milk, warm
1 large egg
4 tbsp I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter, melted
1 tsp vanilla extract
1 pint blueberries
Buttery Ginger Syrup (recipe below)

Whisk together flours, sugar, baking powder and the salt, set aside. Separately whisk together the milk, (for thick pancakes use 1 cup milk.) melted butter, egg and vanilla. Stir milk mixture into the well and combine until just mixed and only small clumps of flour remain. Do not over mix.

Heat a griddle or large skillet over medium heat. Brush the surface with extra I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter and scoop about ¼ cup of the batter onto the skillet. Gently spread into a 4-inch circle and sprinkle with blueberries. When the bubbles on top pop and stay open flip the pancakes and cook about 2 min more.

Keep pancakes hot in a warm oven if needed and serve with more blueberries and Ginger Butter Syrup.

Buttery Ginger Syrup
Makes ¾ cup

An easy way to make your simple maple drizzle the star of the table. Move over delicious blueberry pancakes. Or stay there, I’ll eat you WITH the syrup!

¾ cups maple syrup
½ tsp fresh grated ginger
1 tbsp I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter

In a small saucepan over medium-high heat stir together all ingredients until the liquid is simmering. Remove from heat. Let cool slightly and serve with pancakes. Syrup can be stored chilled for up to a week, just reheat to serve.