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The Force Bonds Series
Rating: PG to PG-13
Characters: Vader, Luke
Category: AU, Adventure
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Bond 1: Orphan (PG)
After Owen and Beru are killed by a mysterious stranger,
young Luke ends up on Coruscant, staying with a Senator
using him for political gain. Can Obi-Wan reach him in
time? Or will it be up to Vader to save him?
Bond 2: Threat (PG)
Having been saved from a life in foster homes, Luke moves
in with Vader in his palace on Coruscant. However, life
isn't easy when your father is a sith lord, neither is
going from orphan to the upper class of Coruscant
Bond 3: Son (PG)
Third in the series of an AU where Luke is raised by
Vader on Coruscant. Luke is getting older and struggling
to fit in. He also begins to notice disturbing things
about the Empire and his father.
Bond 4: Jedi (PG)
Luke has been forced to flee Coruscant, and is now on the
run with Han and Chewie. The Emperor wants him dead, but
his father is caught in the middle. Luke is caught
between his loyalty and love for the man who raised him,
and his duties to his own principles.
Stories set between Force Bond 2 and 3:
These are in chronological order.
Force Bond Christmas (PG)
It's Luke and Vader's first Christmas together, and Luke
is dreaming of a Christmas just like he used to celebrate
on Tatooine. But Christmas with a Sith Lord isn't all
that simple ...
It's a day before Luke's 13th birthday, and Imperial City
is in the middle of a rainy period. Luke is bored, and
when that happens, nothing good can come of it ...
Luke's birthday unfortunately coincides with the day his
father hates the most: Empire Day.
Dark Lord of the Sith, and heir to the Imperial throne,
reduced to holding his sons hand while he has a
Luke becomes obsessed with a Holovid show, which stirs up
memories his father would rather forget.
Vader decides it's time for Luke to learn a thing or two
about mixing with the Imperial aristocracy, while Luke is
struggling with his own sense of self-identity.
Luke is on summer vacation ... and also on a crusade to
drive his father to insanity. In Vader's opinion, at
least. In Luke's opinion, it's all just a string of
Luke feels the time has arrived to unleash himself on the
skies of Coruscant. Vader isn't so sure.
Vader decides to make a dramatic change in Luke's life,
after both of them are forced to confront deeply held
Vader has misplaced a member of the Skywalker family, and Luke isn't going to be happy when he finds out. Luke has plenty to distract him as he tries to be a loyal friend and avoid galactic politics.
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