To rob someone was one thing, but to rob someone with the addition of a child was practically immoral. A fiery rage within the ice queen only increased, and Elsa knew she couldn’t just step aside and allow this fiend to take off with someone’s child in tow. She needed to be careful though. The last time she let this kind of anger consume her, she nearly took the lives of two people.
But she had enough time after that incident to learn control. Elsa composed herself, hands at her sides like a bird preparing to fly for the first time. Her blue eyes narrowed with determination, her thoughts focused only on the child that needed someone to save her.
Emmet watched in astonishment, even as he stood to the side. “Elsa!” he cried, trying to gesture her to follow him. “Elsa, get out of there!”
She hardly heard him, nor the honks that blared from the stolen vehicle that was aiming towards her.
“Hey, princess!” the thief yelled from the steering whe