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Arranged Marriage - Distance (A Nightwing/Dick Grayson Fanfiction)

Arranged Marriage - Distance (A Nightwing/Dick Grayson Fanfiction)

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Kaido❤️💙🔱 By KaidoKurahana Updated 7 days ago

Dad says it's good for business. 'Cause your ex-Marine-daughter marrying someone she barely knows who has a girlfriend, secret life and a dislike for said daughter can only be good.
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    Cleo Perich is put into an arranged marriage with Richard Grayson in order to join Wayne Enterprises and Perich Incorporated. Little does Dick know, she already knows all about him, as during her time in the Marines they met under peculiar circumstances concerning time travel. Put simply, she met his future self. She is doing what that self asked of her; dedicating herself to her marriage. But catching her husbands attention is near impossible; especially when that husband has a particularly angry girlfriend (ex?) named Barbra Gordon, a judgemental family, disapproving friends, a dangerous nightlife and a questionable dislike for her.
    But Cleo has secrets of her own. Ghosts of her time in the Marines haunt her, causing nyctophobia, narcotic addictions and mental health issues.
    Will they ever be able to make their marriage work for the greater good?

I-am-Pop-Rocks I-am-Pop-Rocks Jul 01, 2016
It's also kind of funny when people look amazed at the fact that none of us are twins
I-am-Pop-Rocks I-am-Pop-Rocks Jul 01, 2016
It wouldn't be the same though, so I'm glad all eleven of us are here.
Oh the contrar. I believe he'll prove a point later on as being a tough badass and a fighter
I-am-Pop-Rocks I-am-Pop-Rocks Jul 01, 2016
Ten kids. That's difficult. Honestly, what with all the sibling rivalry, having ten would be easier. There are eleven of us.
PandasInTheMaze PandasInTheMaze Mar 13, 2016
It's not that bad, there's always 19 kids and counting, plus the 5-6 already born grandkids
I-am-Pop-Rocks I-am-Pop-Rocks Jul 01, 2016
I'm read that part out loud to my siblings. They agree with me: this is ironic