Music: "Love Will Come Through" by Travis
Characters/Pairings: Max & Liz
Summary: Max saves Liz and the two develop a strong connection that they struggle to keep; but of course they keep walking away from each other.
Title: Tiny Fragments of Truth
Disclaimer: I own neither the characters presented in this story nor the the show/books from which they originate. Unfortunately.
When Max and Liz meet, she thinks he's just another boy in a bar with a
bad pick-up line. But then they touch. It soon becomes apparent to the
both of them that there is something special about Max, and only
together will they be able to discover the mysteries of his existence.
Characters: Liz and Max
Genre: Romance, Drama, Science Fiction, Comedy
Tiny Fragments of Truth:
Sometimes you have to get lost before you can find your way home.
A Dreamers One Shot
She hated crowds, parties bored her with their predictable adolescent nature, but Liz Parker loved chaos.
She liked to blame this juxtaposition of her character upon her best friend: Maria DeLuca. Where as Liz was scientific and precise, Maria was just a little bit more than slightly kooky. She was loud and boisterous, fun loving, and a total free spirit. Though they had been physically separated since graduating high school more than three years earlier – Maria going off to New York to pursue a music career, while Liz stayed in New Mexico and lost herself in her molecular biology undergraduate studies, her flighty friend was never far from her mind or her heart, and, after being nearly joined at the hip since the moment they sat together on the bus during their first day of kindergarten, it was hard for Liz to break her Maria honed habits, habits that included music, the cacophony of people nearby, and bright, energizing lights when she studied... which was why she currently found herself sitting on a barstool in the center of her campus' biggest and more popular bar, her notes for her midterm spread out around her and sticking faintly to the mahogany bar-top on which they rested. It wasn't the first time that she had taken up such prime drinking real estate without actually imbibing, and it certainly wouldn't be the last.