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X-Men Fic - Charlotte Francine Xavier, Part Eleven
Title: Charlotte Francine Xavier
Rating: R/NC-17.
Disclaimer: I do not own these characters, and am making no profit from their use, more's the pity.
Warnings: Genderbend, violence, disturbing images, references to the Holocaust, past (and imagined) non-con and child abuse in this chapter.  I delve into the darker implications of telepathy here, so please heed the rating – both of the fic overall and of the individual chapters.
Pairings: Erik/always-a-girl!Charles
Summary: Written for a kinkmeme prompt that wanted to see the events of the movie if Charles had been a woman.  This story will also wander into psychic-bond trope territory, as well as being a shameless fix-it fic.  Just so everything’s clear up front…

Part One
Part Two
Part Three
Part Four
Part Five
Part Six
Part Seven
Part Eight
Part Nine
Part Ten
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I simply adore this story. I wanted to wait until I had a chance to see the movie, but since I never go to the theater and I have to wait for it to be available on netflix I decided to stop denying myself the chance to read one of your fics. It is interesting to see the evolution of the characters and their relationships. I cannot wait to see what happens next and how their mental bond will change their lives.


Wow, this is amazing! Eagerly awaiting more!

Please tell me there will be more of this wonderful story? *hopeful look*

EEEEEE!!! This is absolutely brilliant. I do hope you continute this some day.

I greatly enjoyed this, and would love to see more. It seems highly plausible that they would wind up mentally joined like that.

Psychic bond trope is one of my favourites ( and thus why I love this fic and the Sherlock/Sentinel crossover, Chameleon so dearly).

Though my favourite of yours is Republic of Heaven. HDM was one of my most beloved fantasy series growing up, alongside LOTR and Narnia.