Lǐ Qiàn/Zhù Hóng, Shen Wei/Zhao Yunlan, Shěn Wēi, Zhù Hóng, Lǐ Qiàn, Zhao Yunlan, Lu Ruomei
| Diners, Faeries - Freeform, One-Shot, Short, please jump on the Li Qian/Zhu Hong bandwagon with me, world-building, Flirting, Ghosts, Death
It’s not easy to tell a new ghost from a live person, but there’s something about the way they take up their space in the world – a sort of thinness, a lack of strength, and even, yes, transparency in the right kind of light from the right sort of angle. Those who aren’t looking for something wrong can be forgiven for not noticing. The newer they are, the harder it is to tell.
Zhao Yunlan stares at them for a moment through the misty glass of the display counter and through the rows of pie slices, before someone raps their knuckles sharply on the counter, and he looks up.
Zhu Hong is there, red lipstick redder than blood, and snake-slitted eyes narrowed at him. “Hey, you,” she grumbles.Part 2 of Night Shift Fae Diner AU