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And Isn't It Ironic, Part Three

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Posted to the Roswell Slash list October 10, 2000


TITLE: And Isn't It Ironic...
AUTHOR: Kakia (KakiaGuerin@aol.com)
DISCLAIMER: Not mine.
CATERGORY: Just... very uc
POV: Part 1: Max
Part 2: Michael
PART 3: MARIA
Part 4: Liz
Part 5: Alex
Part 6: Tess
Part 7: All
FEEDBACK: "Yeah, I'd like that." -Amy, Three to Tango
PREVIOUS PARTS: Ask at KakiaGuerin@aol.com
DISTRIBUTION: Just tell me.
SUMMARY: Mirror mirror on the wall, Isabel's the fairest of them all.

---------------------------------------------------- And isn't it ironic...
Don't you think
It's like rain...
On your wedding day
It's a free ride...
When you've already paid
It's the good advice...
That you just didn't take
And who would have thought...
It figures.

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"But that's when I realized what it's like being you."
-Maria, Monsters
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It was a scary thought. I could feel what Isabel Evans was thinking. The most popular girl at school--the one every guy wnted and every girl wanted to be, and *I* could identify with her. And suddenly I didn't just want to *be* her. No, I'd already had a glimpse of that, and it wasn't as glamorous as I'd thought. But I wanted *her.*

It's funny how when a woman finds out that a man is gay, her reaction will be, "Aw, damn," and she'll give up pursuing him. But when a man finds out that a woman is lesbian, he gets turned on and only more determined to have her.

I think lesbian women feel the same way about straight women that straight men feel about lesbian women.

But it's not just physical. no, her stunning features aren't the only thing that make me love her. It's a lot deeper than that. It started about her attitude...that was what attracted me in the first place. The fact that she was so scared under the attitude, THAT was what glued me to her. Her caring over Michael when he got sick--she might have snapped at me, but I admired her love for Michael. And for Max, when he was captured. I needed that love... I wanted Isabel to love me like she loved them, but more, because I needed hot, passionate kisses; I needed raw, intesnse makeout sessions.

Michael is destined to be with Isabel. Everyone expected me to be jealous, and I am. but not how they expect. Because the one I'm jealous of is Michael.

I want to be Isabel Evans' soulmate.

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