Always a First Time (NC-17, a multi-chapter fic) covers the three years before the arrival of the androids and continuing onto the defeat of Cell. Yes, it’s my turn to tell the Bulma/Vegeta love story. Not one of the gazillion fics I’ve read (many of which are very dear to me) ever done that story to my satisfaction, so this fic was written to exorcise voices in my own head.
The First Time I Saw You on Namek (PG-13, one-shot) was written for a contest challenge. Humor, romance, and most of the characters are dead.
Curse the Future (R, two part story) is told from the point of view of Turo, the prophetic fish who cursed Bardock. Unique glimpses into the lives of Bardock, Raditz, and Vegeta before the Dragonball Z story Part 1 / Part 2
No Matter Where You Go, There You Are (NC-17, G/CC, one-shot) is a sweet lemon. Goku’s back from the dead again, and Kaio-sama has some marital advice for him.
What A Bastard Is (PG13, one-shot) is my favorite story. Bra’s birth triggers a crucial memory for Vegeta. Who was the Saiyan prince before Frieza, and who is he now?
No One Else (NC-17, yaoi, V/R, one-shot). Raditz is alone in a spacepod with memories of Vegeta.
Heaven Knows (NC-17 yaoi R/V, one-shot). Will Raditz resolve his feelings for Vegeta in the afterlife? Dedicated to Kazuki, a wonderful Tokyo fanartist, in gratitude for her illustrations and translations of my writing into Japanese. Her website is here.
To Savor You More (R, one-shot). A Frieza character study. Vegeta’s last encounter with Frieza before learning about the dragonballs. Warning: one brief but explicit reference to a sex act with a minor.
A Father Again (R, one-shot); Vegeta battles the demon progesterone, the shortage of ice cream in the fridge and an emerging identity crisis. How can he be the father of a girl?
All Stories Are True (R, one-shot) is a sequel to A Father Again. Vegeta, facing parenting challenges, has discovered wu shu flicks and mastered the art of the quickie with Bulma.
Different (NC-17, B/V, one-shot) is naughty but nice. My first lemon and a wildly popular one to my perpetual amazement. After Buu, Vegeta and Bulma have some catching up to do.
Anything Good (NC-17, B/V one-shot) is a sequel to Different. Is there such as thing as too much sex? See Bulma and Vegeta cope with this pressing issue. Plot (Some) Plot.
Only Two Saiyan Girls (NC-17, yuri Br/P, one-shot) is my attempt at a plausible Dbz yuri tale. Are Bra and Pan too strong for human boyfriends?
Not the Last Time (NC-17, B/V one-shot) was written on a challenge. Do Bulma and Vegeta have perfectly mind-blowing sex every single time? What happens when Vegeta fails to rise to the occasion?
Goodbye (one-shot, PG13) Bulma is facing her old age versus her Saiyan family’s youthfulness.