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Did I Walk Into Your Dream? by Adia

Rated: K+ (PG) • 0 Reviews
Summary: All right now this is set before the 3-season finale; but it's summer! All right lets pretend the season finale didn't happen, Joey and Dawson is broken up, again but Dawson still wants Joey back, Jack is gay, Pacey and Andie are apart, but Pacey has not *watched over* Joey for long, But I have no problems with the way it ended! Now on with the show...

7.08 - I do by Paula, Deb, Kayden

Rated: K+ (PG) • 0 Reviews
Summary: The gang reunites in Capeside for a long awaited event were their futures will yet again be intertwined in ways that just may change all of their lives forever. While Andie and Audrey meet for the first time, Jack struggles with his anxiety over his future with Amy, not realizing he may get some help from the people he least expected it from: Bessie and Bodie. Not only that, but Pacey offers Joey's father a job opportunity. While all this happens, Joey struggles with some inner demons, and in the end she decides to open herself up to the future. A future that seems to include Dawson in more ways than one, even though he is unaware of it.

Everybody Hurts by Adam

Rated: K+ (PG) • 0 Reviews
Summary: Mini Episode

When I Get Older by Abby

Rated: K (G) • 0 Reviews
Summary: Childhood memories ...

Never Say Goodbye by Aaron

Rated: K+ (PG) • 0 Reviews
Summary: Dawson pressed himself up to the door to his bedroom. He took a deep breath, then began to cry.

Done Wrong by Pilar

Rated: MA (NC-17) • 0 Reviews
Summary: When it looks like the perfect relationship... look closer.

This Year's Paris by Pilar

Rated: MA (NC-17) • 1 Reviews
Summary: Taking place directly after the Season Three finale, Pacey and Joey sail off into the sappy sunset and find out about 'True Love'.

Book One: Grounded by Kilby, Kerry

Rated: MA (NC-17) • 1 Reviews
Summary: Two lovers on a journey as long as from the earth to the moon ...

After all is said and done by Kilby

Rated: T (PG-13) • 0 Reviews
Summary: What if Joey was more hurt than she was willing to admit when she saw Dawson and Eve together at the Homecoming pep rally? What if Pacey looked to heal his wounds after he let Andie go? How do new-found friends quickly cross the lines to something more when they're just looking to ease their pain?

Remembering to forget by Kilby

Rated: M (R-16) • 0 Reviews
Summary: After telling Dawson she never wanted to see him again, Joey finds a kindred spirit in Pacey Witter, who's trying to find answers to his own problems. How far will things go when they try to forget?