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A/N: And this is the end of it :) I'm very thankful to those who have read and reviewed. It's good to know there are others out there who love these characters as much as I do. Now we'll just have to see what really happens to them in the next book! Again, thanks to [livejournal.com profile] geminigrl11  for the beta'ing skills.  Previous parts here.


Endings were hard. )


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A/N: I'm behind on review replies but wanted to stay on track. One more part to go after this :)  Previous parts here.


In Stefan's life, he'd learned the hard way that the best things in life are the ones worth waiting for. )


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A/N: The end is very near :) Thanks!  Previous parts here.


Twenty-four hours. )


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 A/N:  For various reasons, most italics have not come through but since like one person is reading this fic, I'm not too concerned :)  Previous parts here.

Read more... )
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A/N: Thanks to those who are reading and reviewing :)  Previous parts here.


Stefan had always liked nightfall in Bolivia. )


faye_dartmouth: (psych road ahead)

Title: Into the Bolivian Sunset 1/15

Disclaimer: Not mine.

A/N: So, I wrote this a long time ago based on the book Chimera by Rob Thurman. I figured since the sequel to Chimera is coming out soon, I should get this up before it's rendered totally AU. So, essentially this is a sequel to the first book. Much thanks to [livejournal.com profile] geminigrl11  for the beta, and remaining mistakes are because I'm a really sloppy writer and this fic is freakishly long.

Summary: Stefan and Michael have made a life for themselves away from the Institute, but that doesn't mean they can leave it all behind just yet.


Life was good. )


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