Author: HGRomance

Summary: Because of her scarred face, Katniss doesn’t believe anyone would want her. When beautiful Delly asks her to ghostwrite love letters to Peeta, Katniss finds an outlet to reveal her own secret feelings for him…without him ever finding out the true identity of the author. Based on Cyrano and Roxanne (in role reversal) from the classic play Cyrano de Bergerac.

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The Threshing Floor: A Rural Painting of the Dutch School

The story of Boaz and Ruth (Ruth 2:1-4:13), set in Thomas Hardy’s Wessex, with a minor dash of Dutch!Peeta. 
(Subtitle shamelessly borrowed from Thomas Hardy’s Under the Greenwood Tree.)

Written by porchwood, née Mejhiren

Warnings: Biblically based M content. :D

In the sunbaked sea of whitened wheat and working men and women, dressed neck to ankles in their lightest, palest cottons, one figure stands out. The girl in the red dress.


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Sailing the Wine-Dark Sea*

“Nevertheless I long - I pine all my days -
to travel home and see the dawn of my return.
And if a god will wreck me yet again on the wine-dark sea,
I can bear that too, with a spirit tempered to endure.”

The Odyssey by Homer, translated by Robert Fagles, V 242-245

Katniss looked out among the crowd of Phaeacians who were waiting for her to speak. Didn’t they understand? Storytelling was not her strength.

But the youngest Phaeacian Prince, a handsome youth named Gale, prompted her again. “Please, my lady. Tell us how you got here?”

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