To explain why I'm doing a comparison, it's because the fics and story seem to be exactly the same. Not true, since they happen in different circumstances. Not even the plot is the same for each.
SS (Stealing Stars) - focuses on the rankings of magica (Kuran the angel, Ember the devil/demon, Hyperion the hybrid and friends) in a sort of Hunger Games way. Name explained in fic.
BoLT (Best of Luck, Tantei-kun) - focuses on the fallen archangel version of the SS characters and why they became that way. It also involves a two-part prophecy and a place called Castle Institution...sound familiar? That's because the second fic of the Intertwined weld was BoLT. (The third was Vault.) Name originated from a random title that popped into my head and documented on this blog. Will become significant at the end of the story.
Spoiler: BoLT actually has a dose of bullying, but that won't be surprising if you've read the summary of Hyperion's life in Intertwined.
Ro.Te.O -My tumblr-exclusive which is a mirror story to the fics. Basically, what mirror story means is the same concept, but different charas, different plot and tweaked. By 'tweaked', Ro.Te.O is more close to life than the other two and the angels are named after the Hebrew ones. The demons/devils OTOH are more my invention in the name department. Another 'tweak' is that this was directly inspired by DN Angel, (a new fandom of mine that's slowing down because I never will be too into shojo) and as a result has bishonen magica. I didn't mention what Lucifer and Gabriel wear when transformed just yet, not even in the story...
Spoiler:...they actually have open white shirts (Dark-style) and royal blue pants retained from their uniform.
Name from letters of main trio and also a random name that, after attached to the story, became permanent. It's just a katakana rendering of 'rodeo' stripped of its tenten - but you didn't need to know that, did you? The word 'rodeo' has no relevance whatsoever to the story.
Sorry for the long post. It's just that you need to sift the three apart to distinguish them.
See you some time,