Release - Septiplier

Release - Septiplier

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BSkyeSoldier By BSkyeSoldier Completed

[Sequel to 'Don't Ever Leave']

Mark and Jack were finally living their happily ever after in their cabin, far away from civilization, in fear Mark would forget to take his medication and Dark would be released once again. The only problem with their plan, was that Jack would be caught in the middle of his chaos if their lives turned upside down once again. Instead of living in fear, Jack turned a blind eye and put his trust in Mark.

Not only is the demon in Mark always just a skip of pills away, but an unknown force has been watching and waiting for them to let their guard down with the intent of murder. Jack remains clueless as Mark tries to find ways to protect the Irishman he once killed for. 

Will Jack and Mark thrive in their new life or will Dark break free and hurt the one person Mark loves more than anything? Or will the skeleton in the closet get it's one wish?

[Updated cover!]
[Non-AU: Contains violence/angst]
[Note: Though this story will have a happy ending (as asked for by readers), if you don't wish for a different ending, then I do not recommend reading. Enjoy!]

ObsessedFanboy17 ObsessedFanboy17 Dec 06, 2016
How have Mark and Jack been surviving on Marshmallows for the past 6 months?
septxplier septxplier Oct 12, 2016
Am I the only one who was reminded of the poods video??
                              CARB THE F U C K UP! 
                              Felix- jeeesus
Can_You_Drown_Me Can_You_Drown_Me Dec 01, 2016
I knew this book wasn't going to be butterflies and gay rainbows...
Digital_Wings Digital_Wings Dec 13, 2016
I'm glad I went back to the first book to remember what happened. I've read so many stories that my brain is an absolute clutter. Now I can read this without any confusion!
normal_fan normal_fan Dec 06, 2016
H-how could you marky b-b-but why i-i-i thought YOU loved him
normal_fan normal_fan Dec 06, 2016
                              Irl if any of these ppl died i would have not gone outside for over a week