TITLE: College Confidential
CHAPTER RATING: NC-17
DISCLAIMER: Willow, Tara and any other characters from the Buffy the Vampire Slayer franchise belong to Joss Whedon, FOX, ME and a whole host of other entities, none of which are me.
PAIRING: Willow/Tara (from Buffy The Vampire Slayer)
SUMMARY: Before proposals and FBI jobs, before being wives and parents… how did Confidential!verse Willow and Tara come to be? (prequel to Hacker and Family Confidential)
SPOILERS: Perhaps minor references to the show or stealage of dialogue, but nothing that would spoil the series.
FEEDBACK: Yes please
Tara turned back to the closet and started to look through for something to complement their game. She changed her shirt to a plain white button-down that was a little too long and a little too tight; so much that it was rarely worn but perfect for what she was aiming for. It pushed her breasts up uncomfortably but she had a feeling it wouldn’t be on long anyway.
She had an image in her head and wanted a skirt next but rooting through hers they were all much too conservative. She was about to give up when she had a Eureka moment when she remembered the clothes she’d needed for her role as a ‘lady of the night’ in the drama class play.
She found them in a bag, right at the back and pulled out pleated, grey and most importantly, short skirt which she quickly pulled on after leaving her pants up on a hanger. She found the knee-high socks from Willow’s nurse costume and stood in front of the full length mirror after fixing them on her legs.
Something was missing, but she wasn’t quite sure what.
Willow had no idea what her girlfriend was up to and was starting to grow impatient. She crossed her arms over her chest and tapped her foot.
“You know timekeeping is very important to Prof–”
Her shoulder was tapped before she could finish and she turned around, intending to give Tara a stern look. Instead, she was struck speechless at the make-shift outfit and very impressed by the scarf Tara had tied on her front to resemble a tie.
“Sorry I’m late, Professor Rosenberg.”
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