Kate (kate_nepveu) wrote,

"He slaughtered my people and conquered my country . . . "

" . . . but I can't help it, I love him anyway, in a way that is True and Tragic and not at all pathetic."

I feel like there must be examples of this besides Tigana and Acacia, but I am coming up empty. I mean, even the Harry Potter "Death Eaters conquer" AUs I read back in the day were generally plastered with warnings for dubcon and wrongness. Anyone? (I would be particularly interested in any examples written by women.)

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