For the First Time in Never- chapter 9 pt. 2The queen woke with a start when something large and heavy landed across her legs, causing her bed to bounce fractionally. Sitting up with a gasp, she attempted to backpedal from whatever was weighing her feet down, mind still foggy with sleep. Bleary eyed, she blinked in the semi-darkness of her room, weak shafts of light coming in through the crack in the curtain covering her large triangular window. A hundred thoughts flashed through her mind, but her lips only managed to fumble around one as she looked down at her legs.For the First Time in Never- chapter 9 pt. 2 by IkaikaDesign
“What in God’s name…Anna? What are you doing?”
“Good morning!” Anna said with a cheery smile that lit up her rosy face and practically made her bright blue eyes shine. “Wake up, wake up, wake up! It’s time to get up!”
“If the sky’s not awake then I’m not awake,” Elsa slurred scrubbing her face with her hands. Her internal clock told her she had at least another hour of sleep before gettin
For the First Time in Never- chapter 9 pt.1Just as Elsa had predicted, it didn’t take long for her sister to notice the abnormality of her right eye. The queen had just sat down for breakfast and was trying her best to appear as serine and comfortable as possible despite the fact that everything from the neck down ached like she’d been crushed under a heavy weight. Even breathing was a chore this morning, her sore ribs making their discomfort known each time her chest cavity expanded, but Elsa was anything if not a capable actress and played her royal role perfectly. That is until a still groggy Anna, who was sitting on her sister’s right with Kristoff on the queen’s left, glanced at the queen over the rim of her glass and spewed the contents of her mouth all over her husband.For the First Time in Never- chapter 9 pt.1 by IkaikaDesign
“God above, Elsa, what happened to your eye?!” Then, to a mortified Kristoff, she said, “Sorry, that wasn’t intentional.”
“Yeah, I bet,” he said with an irritated growl, wiping the juice fr
For the First Time in Never- chapter 8Elsa woke an hour later, hazy and confused. Blinking in the low firelight, she let her eyes wander around her strange surroundings, unsure of where she was or what had happened. This certainly wasn't the training chamber, that was plainly evident by the low light and the fact that she was laying on a wide bed against what felt like a pillow stuffed with a mixture of rocks and sheep's wool. She could smell the faint herbal scent of tea steeping and the warm tang of wood smoke as all five of her senses slowly kicked into working order. When she tried to sit up a wave of nausea hit her like a fist to the stomach and she collapsed back into the lumpy, unfamiliar mattress, groaning.For the First Time in Never- chapter 8 by IkaikaDesign
"Ah, you're awake."
The queen turned towards the fire to her right and squinted at Revel, trying to remember what she'd been doing the last time they'd been together. Had they trained already and, if so, why weren't they still in the chamber? The Captain saw the confused look on her face and took a seat beside h
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