Damon and Elena Kiss 3x10More Like This
Elena walked through her front door. Her arms crossed firmly across her chest. Her mind racing with different thoughts. Her brows pulled together as she scanned the ground infront of her as if contemplating what she had done.
She had just asked Damon to do something she would probably regret for the rest of her life, but she knew deep down in herself that that was the realistic, safe and right thing to do.
He was her younger brother after all and Jeremy had almost died today.
She never wanted to expierence the feeling she felt when she had seen him stood inches away from being hit by a speeding car driven by one of Klaus's obident Hybrids.
She did not want to lose any more people she cared about. Especially not him. He was basically all she had left. As much as it hurt her. She new it was for the best.
Elena sighed as the realisation washed over her. A slow, steady sigh passed her lips as she held on to the rail on the porch.
It had fallen dark out and the moon and stars glistened a pe
Goodnight, ElenaThis takes place at the end of season 3 episode 9 Homecoming, when Damon and Elena are discussing the failure of their plan.More Like This
"Then we'll let him go", Said Elena, staring intently into Damon's intense eyes.
They were closed, guarded; it was easy to see that his brother's betrayal had wounded him deeply. Too close, Elena realised that throughout this entire exchange Damon and herself had been inching closer, unnoticed in the ferocity of their gaze. She was torn, Stefan was really gone this time, she was sure of it. He had the opportunity to take his old life back and he had cut and run instead. Everyone left her it seemed, her parents, real and otherwise, Jenna and now Stefan. Only God knew where Jeremy was half the time and Alaric was about as present as the past during this trouble with the originals. Even her old friends were changing, Caroline had Tyler and Bonnie seemed to be slowly drifting away herself. Damon was all she had left, the only constant over the past two years, a g