Ashleigh Anpilova


In the city the summer heat can get oppressive.

An established relationship story.

Written: September 2007. Word count: 100.



When the city became too hot, too oppressive they would escape.


They would go to beach, to a secluded place Napoleon had discovered.


There they could relax.


There they could enjoy the peace, the warmth of summer, the breeze blowing off the ocean.


There they weren't Mr. Solo and Mr. Kuryakin, spies, savers of the world, protectors of the innocent.


There they were just Napoleon and Illya, two men, in love, at peace with one another, doing what ordinary people did.


There they watched the sun set over the ocean, changing blues to red and orange.


There they knew love.



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