Ballet Shoes, Angel's Hair and Revolution (A...
"It's either the kiss or the revolution"
Paris, France, spring of 1832
Victorie is like the friendly shadow at Café Musain. A girl who always welcomes the guests with a warm smile, never thinks twice before helping Madame Hucheloup and brings snacks for the always hungry boys, hidden in the back room.
To them, she's only a girl who works at the Café, a girl who is always there to linger around and listen to their meetings, criticize their opinions and to make sure they go home before three in the morning.
Enjolras has always been annoyed by her presence, but never denied her entrance to the back room , partially because feared angering the boys and Madame Hucheloup who all seemed to adore this simple girl, but also because he always found himself unable to utter a reasonable sounding world in a conversation with her. With the impending revolution the leader of Les Amis de l'ABC has no time to think about the irrelevant girl.
Courfeyrac, their best friend. The center of he group. He's always there to support his friends, to tell a joke or two and to mend everyone's problems. Can it be that he is not all he seems to be? What happens when the glue that holds everything together begins to break? Could the group survive without its joining factor? The choices to make are not going to be easy...
One is known... Everything will change when the boys find out that Victorie is keeping secrets...
Disclaimer: I do not own Les Misérables! I do not own the images in the story unless I say so.