When Fall Comes to New England

Summary: Vincent and Catherine's Excellent Adventure, in which quite a lot of things go wrong...and right.

A/N: My continual thanks (again) to Vicky, Carole and Laura, for reading, encouraging and helping me to slaughter unnecessary adverbs. You ladies are the best :)

Chapter One: The Journey of a Thousand Miles (PG)
Chapter Two: Promises to Keep (PG)
Chapter Three: Come Monday (PG-13)
Chapter Four: Somewhere I Have Never Travelled (***R for Mild Adult Content and Profanity***)
Chapter Five: Come Slowly, Eden (***R for Mature Content. Not Safe for Work***)
Chapter Six: Come by the Hills (PG-13)

Chapter Seven: The Voice of Your Eyes (PG-13)

Chapter Eight: Not Even the Rain (***R for Mature Content. Not Safe for Work***)

Chapter Nine: In Your Most Frail Gesture (PG)

Chapter Ten: Walking Forth From the Bower (**R for Mature Content. Not Safe for Work***)

Chapter Eleven: A Voyage with Water and a Star (PG)

Chapter Twelve: Filled the Autumn Plentiful (PG)

Chapter Thirteen: When the West Wind Moves (PG-13)

Chapter Fourteen: Worlds Enough (PG)

Chapter Fifteen: Would Some Gift (PG)

Chapter Sixteen: Beneath the Cedars (**R for Mature Content Not Safe for Work**)

Chapter Seventeen: Two Shadows That Flow Together (PG-13)

Chapter Eighteen: Life in Its Jewel Boxes (PG-13)

Chapter Nineteen: Nothing Gold Can Stay (PG-13)

Epilogue: When Love and Need Are One (PG)

If you're curious, here are the literary references for the chapter titles.

Well, everyone, this is the end of this story...but I've loved writing them so in this universe that I'm thinking there will be more. My thanks to all of you who have read this story since it first came online in September, 2009. I can't believe it's January, 2010 and I'm just now finishing...but you know, their journey goes on. :-)


RomanticOne said...

All changes - even good ones - are stressful. Take good care of yourself during all the upheaval of moving. The way I see it, when one story ends, another begins. Hope you've got another story brewing for us. Happy New Year.

Krista said...

Hi R1,

Thanks--that's so true and so nice of you to say. :)I've got another (couple) stories percolating and another (besides "Fall") I'd like to finish, but "Fall" is the priority for me right now. :)

Happy New Year to you too :)

Sonia Who? said...

Hi Krista,
I spent a full night and day reading your story (stayed up all night to read it and didn't go to sleep until very late the following night). I commented on each paragraph of your wonderful story. I really enjoyed reading it and hope you write many more sequential stories. Looking forward to reading your next one.
Be well,

Krista said...

Hi Sonia,

I'm so very glad you enjoyed it. Thanks so much for reading :)

-Krista :)

CarrieZ said...

Hello Krista, I have downloaded your story Fall comes to New England onto my new kindle and have read it all this morning, when I should have been doing other things. It was so good I couldn't stop. You are a very talented writer. You kept Catherine and Vincent well in character. Thank-you for giving them this holiday that I always felt it was so unfair they didn't get. I loved the way it was so true-to-life, with the various mishaps. The part in the series where Vincent tames the dogs is one of my favourites, and I am glad you included a bit about his empathy with animals. I will read more of your stories, keep writing! Thank-you

Krista said...

Hi Carrie,

LOL, don't you know that's the best thing you could tell a fanfic writer---that my story kept you from real life? :) Seriously, I am so happy you enjoyed "Fall;" I started writing it partially because I was so annoyed that they never got that chance to be together in the sunlight--at least, not on-screen.

Once again, thank you so much for reading and commenting---you've made my Friday that much brighter :)


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