Part One: pin-drop.livejournal.com/64488.html#cuti
Part Two: pin-drop.livejournal.com/64683.html#cuti
Part 2.5: pin-drop.livejournal.com/64774.html#cuti
Part Three: pin-drop.livejournal.com/65260.html#cuti
Part Four: pin-drop.livejournal.com/65413.html#cuti
Part 4.5: pin-drop.livejournal.com/65652.html#cuti
Part Five: pin-drop.livejournal.com/65918.html#cuti
Part Six: pin-drop.livejournal.com/66055.html#cuti
Part Seven: pin-drop.livejournal.com/66339.html#cuti
Part Eight (epilogue): pin-drop.livejournal.com/66683.html#cuti
Title: Miriam Princhek
Length: Eight chapters, of uneven length – the second is the longest. The entire thing is about 75 pages in a Microsoft Word document.
Rating: M to NC-17 for sexual content, language, occasional violence and mature themes.
Pairings: Mainly Miranda/Andy. Others are all in the past, discussed but not directly shown.
Warnings: It’s all here, really. This story is not for people who are easily offended by explicit lesbian sex (obviously), criticisms of religious organizations, power plays, age gaps, or violence.
Summary: After all that, it turns out Miranda’s not invincible.
Author’s note: Everything in this story is consistent with what happened in the movie, including its ending. I have assumed that Andy’s breakup with Nate was final – he bores me, so he’s not in here. There are several moments when I reference the bloopers and the deleted scenes which were included on the DVD, but even if you haven’t seen those you should be able to follow the plot.
I have not read the book, but I was intrigued to learn from people who have that book Miranda has some semblance of a past, a hint at a childhood and a transformation, some kind of depth, whereas in the movie she has none. In the book, apparently her given name was Miriam Princhek, and this is how I have chosen to address her. However, at the moment when my story begins, Andy knows Miriam only as Miranda Priestly. My Miranda is American, in keeping with the movie.