Interspecies Awkwardness--Chapter 13More Like This
Interspecies Awkwardness--Chapter 13
Jane + Garrus Vakarian
Beta: IllusionsFire76 and BurningRayn
“I hope you understand that I do not agree with this plan,” Liara said as she folded her night gown and set it on the growing pile of clothing on their bed.
“I understand, Liara,” James sighed. His patience was waning quickly as he listened to her grouse and grumble as she packed an overnight bag. “But they need this. Alitus is right.”
“He may have made a good point. He may be right, but I don’t have to like it!” She punched her fist against the pile of neatly folded clothing on the bed.
James sat down on the bed next to her pile of clothing; wrapping his hand around her fist, he tugged until she was standing in front of him.
“So you agree with the Ambassador?”
“His logic is sound,” Liara grumbled glancing to the side and unable to meet James’ eye
Interspecies Awkwardness--Chapter 11Interspecies Awkwardness--Chapter 11More Like This
Jane + Garrus Vakarian
Betas: IllusionsFire76 and BurningRayn
Garrus groaned and rolled on to his side, swatting his hand out toward the bedside table where his omni-tool normally rested while he slept. His hand met air and he grumbled. Leaning further over the edge of the bed, he stretched; trying to reach the table, which had obviously been moved, though he couldn’t fathom why. He batted his hand, putting more force behind the move in hopes of catching the edge of the table.
“Son of a bitch!” Garrus snarled into the cement below his face as he remembered where he was. He couldn’t reach the bedside table because he wasn’t sleeping in his bed. Three days earlier, Jane had locked him out of their room and refused to allow him entry leaving him no choice but to sleep on the cot in his basement workroom.
Ping! Ping! His omni-tool chirped again, rem
Interspecies Awkwardness--Chapter 10: LiesInterspecies AwkwardnessMore Like This
Betas: Burningrayn and Illusionsfire76
All characters are owned by Bioware
Garrus was frustrated after the call with Callus. That blasted turian just couldn’t see reason. Garrus was more than willing to take on the role of Primarch, hell, to be honest a small part of him was giddy over the prospect, but he was not willing to travel at this point in Jane’s pregnancy.
“I’m releasing you from strict bed rest, but that doesn’t mean you’re completely free to do as you please,” Dr. Chakwas was explaining when Garrus tuned back into the conversation.
“But I can walk around my own home? Stay standing for longer than a minute or two?
Interspecies Awkwardness--Chapter 9Author's Note:More Like This
We're jumping ahead to Friday morning, a week after all the excitement of the attack.
The Interview fits between chapter 8 and chapter 9.
As you all know, Bioware owns all characters!
“I don’t understand this shirt,” Jane growled, her arms were behind her back, holding the front of her top closed. “Why would I possibly want to draw attention to my stomach?”
Jane stood in the center of her living room, facing the couch where Liara, Kasumi, and Samara currently lounged. She could hear James and Zaeed in the basement. They were in the middle of a heated debate regarding weaponry for the days ‘mission.’ Mostly, James was trying to explain why Zaeed couldn’t take Jessie along.
And it begins***Author's Note***More Like This
Bioware owns all Characters
The quiet click as their bedroom door closed woke Garrus. Rolling over, he checked the bedside clock—he’d only been asleep a few hours, but it didn’t shock him that Jane was up already. They’d been civilians for six months now, hardly enough time to break any old habits and both were still used to waking early. The fact that the sun wasn’t up yet didn’t bother either of them since space was always dark.
Should I get up and follow her? He thought to himself. It would be the perfect time to talk about everything that was going on in their lives. But maybe she wanted time to herself. He didn’t want to come across as overbearing.
What are friends for?Author's Note:More Like This
Not much to say here, though I swear, Jane and Garrus have had the LONGEST Friday of their lives since ending the Reapers. They're both exhausted and so am I. LOL! We're going to bed at the end of this chapter if I have to pull out the polo mallet and start knocking folks out.
Also, you know the tune, all characters belong to Bioware but the plot and story are my own. Enjoy!
Liara turned off the vacuum and stepped back, surveying her work. She had vacuumed the whole living room and into the hall way to make sure she’d gotten all the glass out of the carpet. It would probably be a good idea, though, if everyone wore shoes for a few days until they were sure that some hadn’t slipped past the appliance.
She was winding the cord for the vacuum up when Dr. Chakwas stepped into the room.
“Good work, Liara,” The doctor sa
Growing Pains ***Author's notes***More Like This
Okay, I'm going to keep my notes short. As always, Bioware owns all the characters, but the story is my own.
I left you guys on a cliffhanger with the last chapter, so here's the conclusion. Enjoy!
“Shit!” Vega swore as they ran back toward the house. “Shit!”
“I really hate that I let her talk me into so much land,” Garrus huffed as he topped the hill in the back yard.
“Wait, over here,” He motioned for Vega to follow him. “We’re going to need something more than our fists.”
Garrus threw open the door to the shed and walked in. On the back wall he pressed a switch and James gawked as the wall swiveled.
“It’s like something out of an old spy vid,” Vega said, reaching for an assault rifle.
“They had good ideas in those vids,