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New Chapter (Evan Hansen x Fem!Reader)

Request:  evan x reader, you started dating in high school, stayed together through college, and just bought your first place together,,, au where yall are moving/unpacking boxes? leads to some slightly steamy things??

WC: 2,049

A/N: This is my first smut and it’s bad, I TRIED! I don’t know how I feel about this. I’M SORRY ANON IF THIS IS BAD (also under s read more because NSFW content)

Five years ago, you graduated high school. At the time, you didn’t know what the future would hold for you. All you know is that through it all, Evan Hansen would be by your side. He had been with you throughout all of high school. You two are a team, you’re always going to be there for each other. Now, you had both graduated college a few weeks ago. It was finally time for you to move into your first apartment together.

The process of finding an apartment was harder than you expected it would be. You and Evan were so indecisive about what you wanted. Every apartment was what the two of you wanted. Plus, your friends weren’t very helpful. Jared would make sex jokes, Alana would always point out every negative thing possible, Connor would agree with every statement you’d make, and you weren’t able to get Zoe’s help. She’s out of state for college. It seemed hopeless, like the two of you would never a place to call home.

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Proof centers on a skeptical, hard-science, female surgeon, Katherine (The L Word's Jennifer Beals), who has been struggling with family issues, including a tragic death. She is persuaded to investigate cases of reincarnation, out-of-body experiences, hauntings – all of it looking for verifiable proof to answer one of life’s greatest questions: Is death truly the end, or is there something else beyond?

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