A Midsummer Night's Bunny by Kit Fox


Summary: Tolkien squashed with Shakespeare splattered with Kit Fox: as if love wasn't complicated enough.
Rating: Teenage Audience [Reviews - 0]
Category: FPS
Characters: None
Type: None
Warning: None
Challenge: None
Series: None
Chapter: 3 | Completed: Yes | Words: 14813 | Read: 4059
Published: May 28, 2010 | Updated: May 28, 2010

Story notes: Tolkien threw a paint balloon at Shakespeare and ruined his stylin' pantaloons, so Will retaliated with maple syrup and I had to break up the slap fight. This was the result. For those who don't know --bunny (noun): a devious story idea that won't leave you alone until you do its evil bidding. Some phrases from the play are used, but mostly it's my paraphrase.

Acknowlegements: Mad love goes to William Shakespeare, without whom I would be plotless and sad. Respect Aretha-style to the Tolkienator who has done it all, will do it all, and can do it all. Love to the actors who inspire in more ways than are allowed...

Pairing: Oh, thousands...

Warning: Intense adorability, slash AND het pairings (but it's all good, baby) and some cute hobbit romance. Call me pervy, I come by it with pride.

To Lily, thanks for the support and general awesomeness.

1. Act 1 by Kit Fox [Reviews - 0] (5108 words)

2. Act 2 by Kit Fox [Reviews - 0] (4808 words)

3. Act 3 by Kit Fox [Reviews - 0] (4897 words)