The Invisible: Chapter One (Jack/Elsa)It was quite the normal round, when it happened.The Invisible: Chapter One (Jack/Elsa)1 year ago in Romance More Like This
Fly around, he thought with a inward chuckle, to be more correct. Ah, he'd just frozen over the most brilliant pond out north and sat and watched the sun rise over the hills and the ice explode with sparkles. It had only been a handful of years since his creation, and at the moment, he wondered how he was to be so lucky to have gotten this job. Well, the fact he couldn't exactly remember the details before didn't bother him much. He was here now, wasn't he?
He flew over a mountain, expecting to see the light dusting that he would soon turn into a full out blizzard, but stopped in mid-flight. The area was covered in what already looked like the dead of winter. Even the spaces, as far as he could see, where it was usually summer, were encased in snow.
Now, Jack may have been slightly air-headed on occasion, but he rarely forgot where and when he made a place winter. And this place in particular, well, it was a special place. He knew the or
The Queen's Monster, Chapter #13The Queen's Monster, Chapter #134 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
The ball was going swimmingly. The food was perfect, the music was perfect, the dancing was perfect, the clothing was perfect; everything was perfect. The Queen had received a multitude of compliments from all the ambassadors on every aspects of the party. It made Elsa beam from joy since she had worked so hard to put it all together.
Elsa mingled with the crowd, striking up random conversations with whomever wanted to speak with her but politely declining any offers to dance because she still had trouble learning the art. Anna had tried to teach her but the poor girl often ended with more than one bruise on her feet.
Elsa looked over at Anna, who was dragging Kristoff from the food table to the dance floor. An upbeat tune played and Anna danced happily while the poor iceman tried hard to follow her in sync. It was obvious he didn't have a clue what he was doing but Anna fortunately noticed quickly and slowed down her mad dance, carefully guiding Kristoff through the
The Invisible: Chapter Fifty-Six (Jelsa)It was nearly Christmas and Jack was restless.The Invisible: Chapter Fifty-Six (Jelsa)1 year ago in Romance More Like This
He woke and walked every space of the castle. He slipped into rooms, through the shadows and remained unnoticed. He was the invisible man he had once started as, silent as a panther, calculating as a predator. But it didn't feel that way to him.
If anyone would have seen, perhaps they would have imagined it was a good-bye. He too, had he been more naive and just from the moon's embrace yesterday, would have believed in those thoughts all too much with the unrealistic hope something greater was coming. But Jack, three hundred years later, knew much better than those childish things.
No, if he had to describe his little tour around, he would say it was remembering. Recalling the spaces in the castle that were built by him and Elsa, that intersected with the new. Just like himself. Here before him stood generations much past his time, walking through the grand hall where Elsa and Anna had found each other, running down the ice-bridge to hop a
The Invisible: Chapter Thirty-Five (Jelsa)In all the years since Jack had lived in the castle, 32 by the way, the triplets were sure no one had ever seen the contents of their father's secret wardrobe. Whenever they were in their mother's room, hers was open and filled with clothes and trinkets, but Jack's was alway firmly locked. After the triplets interrogated anyone who could have possibly seen- the whole staff and all their siblings and cousins- it became very clear that no one knew. Besides Elsa, but she changed topics when Colton had begun to ask.The Invisible: Chapter Thirty-Five (Jelsa)1 year ago in Romance More Like This
Therefore, the triplets- along with Berlio because he was good with his hands- were adamant on finding out what was in the wardrobe. They waited until both their parents were pre-occupied. Mom had a meeting with the Italian relations and Berlio knew how they loved to talk, so was confident she wouldn't resurface for a couple hours. Jack was off visiting Eira and congratulating her on the birth of her newest child. Jack would bring back pictures, gender, and name. He had left sh
The Invisible: Chapter Fifty-Eight (Jelsa)Jack never felt cold, but he felt the immediate change in temperature when the whirling stopped. A long lost memory shoved up his throat, and even though he could not see, it was as if everything was in a good place. The air was a warm summer breeze, and he could only hear the click of birds and the scuttling of squirrels. Elsa touched his eyes, a motion to let him open them.The Invisible: Chapter Fifty-Eight (Jelsa)1 year ago in Romance More Like This
It was every happy memory, this place. It was the most perfect day, even for a frost creature himself. It was the hours when he had been human he and his sister Emma had ran through the meadows, before he caught her and they rolled and laughed on the grass. The meadow went on for miles, a perfect shade of green grass that was soft and moved in waves with the wind. The trees on the edge of the field waved hello in the warm air, and to his left great mountains rose high above him. A pair of robins darted past his nose, spiraling up until they twittered away. Jack felt as though he had never seen a place more beautif
The Invisible: Chapter Thirty-Nine (Jelsa)It began so simply. With colds.The Invisible: Chapter Thirty-Nine (Jelsa)1 year ago in Romance More Like This
Jack was in denial. Elsa never got colds. She got ill, she threw up, she caught little bugs the children caught, but never in her life had she been reduced to sneezing or sniffles. How could he have not seen it. How could have been so blind when she began to carry a handkerchief in her back pocket, and she always inhaled, pulling back her muck.
After that, she just wanted to sleep. "I'm just tired Jack." She said with a yawn.
"But it's the council meeting." Jack said weakly, "You never miss those."
"I've attended for fifty-six years. One day won't let the town burn." She said, and turned back over and curled up. Yet, one day turned into more until she was so tired that her bed became the place to find her most often.
And lastly, it all came together and Jack was so blindsided by it all he couldn't breath. How did he not know?
That day, Anna sat in her house. She was clutching her coffee so violently she wondered how the glass had not shattered yet