8 The Nanny Raoul has always been good with children. Erik has always been good at jumping to conclusions. Luckily for all involved, Christine has had plenty of practice with smoothing ruffled feathers. Oneshot, post-POTO E/C family AU. T for language and mild adult implications.
Phantom of the Opera, T, English, Humor & Family, words: 6k+, favs: 13, follows: 2, 6/28/2015, Erik, Christine, Raoul
10Thoroughly Modern Scarlett » Scarlett O'Hara had everything planned out for her senior year drama club show, but one casting mishap is threatening to ruin everything. Modern re-imagining of the Twelve Oaks Library scene. Oneshot. Rated T for swearing. Edit: Chapter 2 is more behind-the-curtain antics from the Clayton County High School Drama Club!
Gone with the Wind, T, English, Drama & Romance, chapters: 2, words: 3k+, favs: 3, follows: 6, updated: 5/28/2015 published: 4/3/2015
9 Blonde Ballerina Has anyone else noticed how in almost every production of ALW's POTO Meg is the only blonde ballerina? Just a humorous little one-shot offering an explanation for why this is.
Phantom of the Opera, K, English, Humor & Parody, words: 565, favs: 4, 4/26/2015, Madame Giry
11Of Computers and Cage Crinolines » Who says you can't have an iphone and a corset? Scarlett O'Hara is the belle of the Clayton County Historical Society, even if the displaying of her bosom before 3 o'clock draws criticism from India I-Only-Wear-Hand-Sewn-Replicas-Of-Extant-Gowns Wilkes. But then Ashley decides to introduces Melly Hamilton to Civil War re-enacting and a mysterious stranger joins the group ...
Gone with the Wind, K+, English, chapters: 2, words: 3k+, favs: 2, follows: 10, updated: 2/27/2015 published: 2/20/2015
3 Gone With the Pride and Prejudice When Caroline Bingley married Captain Richard Baker, it was for money and revenge. But when Elizabeth Darcy dies Caroline must re-evaluate all that she's ever held sacred and true, including the workings of her own heart. Basically, the last few chapters of Gone With the Wind with Pride and Prejudice characters. Rated T for drinking, death, cursing, and mild adult implications.
Gone with the Wind & Pride and Prejudice, T, English, Romance & Drama, words: 8k+, 2/15/2015, [Caroline, OC] Jane, Mr. Darcy