Amy R. (brightknightie) wrote,
Amy R.

FK Fanfic: "Scrubbed Clean"

This is the fandom_stocking story that I wrote for [personal profile] skieswideopen this year.  She wrote that she likes “outsider POVs,” “slice of life” and “bittersweet endings” (and, of course, Forever Knight).  I'm pretty satisfied with it.  I think it's different, and that it achieves an appropriate structure.

My thanks to [personal profile] celli for her supportive beta-reading and perceptive suggestion!

  Available: My Fansite | The AO3
  Length: 1,996 words
  Date: Fandom Stocking 01/07/12, FKFic-L 01/18/12
  Rating: PG
  Characters:  OFC, Janette, Nick, Lacroix
  Summary: In 1275 Troyes, Janette's laundress discerns the hidden nature of her household.
  Quotation: "She had learned just what combination of wood ashes and caustic soda salvaged a gentleman's tunic soaked in blood, precisely how much fine Spanish hard soap rescued a lady's choicest linen spattered with blood, and the secret technique of restoring furs stiffened by blood."

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Tags: character:foreverknight:janette, character:foreverknight:lacroix, character:foreverknight:nick, fanfic:fandom:foreverknight, fanfic:who:byme, trope:historical

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