Linked (A Big Four Fan Fiction) Chapter 17 I was floating in darkness.
I never thought such a thing was possible, until now. It's sounds like something artistic and deep that Rapunzel or Hiccup would say, but it was true. I couldn't move, and I couldn't do anything. I couldn't hear, see, feel, you name it, I probably couldn't do it. It felt like I was just floating, not going anywhere. Time had no meaning, and neither did fear nor pain. I was peaceful, even though I knew that this wasn't real. Maybe I could just stay here....
"Merida!" A voice broke through the nothingness urgently, irritating me. I was alright. This person was disturbing my calm. "Merida, wake up!" Whoever it was sounded absolutely terrified, and I tried to place that voice. I couldn't remember anybody that matched that voice. "Don't leave me, Princess," An itching started in my mind, nagging me. I knew that nickname: Princess. The question was: from where? "Merida," the voi
These Silver Eyes (DC Fan Fiction) Prologue
I never forgot.
I never forgot my mother’s panicked voice, or her expression of pure fear, something that looked out of place on her regal face, as she pushed me into what she called a Zeta-tube. I never forgot the pain in my young heart as I realized that my mother was leaving me. I never forgot my father’s shouts as they sent me away. I never forgot my arrival on Paradise Island, the loud wails and the thud as I landed inside the palace. I never forgot learning that my parents were still alive, but they didn’t want me to ever come back.
I was three then; tonight is the eve of my sixteenth birthday. It is tonight that I will come into my full Amazonian power. It is tonight that will decide if I will stay an Amazon, or if I was too dangerous to hold such a title. Tonight I would be more
Linked (Big Four Fan Fiction) Chapter 16 I could't believe it. He actually did it. Wreav actually went to Dunbroch and fetched Toothless for Hiccup, and then searched for Rapunzel's tower so that he could bring her Pascal the chameleon. A smile lit up my face as I gleefully launched myself towards the unsuspecting boy, and in his surprise he caught and hugged me close.
"You have a heart!" I sobbed, biting back tears. I was beginning to think that Wreav and Hiccup had swapped bodies.
"Your faith in me is astounding," He chuckled deeply. "Whenever I need an ego boost, I should go to you."
"You're welcome," I joked.
"What about me?" Jack grumbled.
"What about you?" I asked, pulling away from Wreav to grin at Jack, but I was met with a dark glare. What's with him? I didn't get a chance to voice my concerns when I saw Toothless waiting impatiently behind Wreav. "Toothless!" I cried and hugged the great bea
Love, MaggieDear Sam,
I don't even know why I'm writing this. I guess it is not enough having you tear my heart out of my chest, but I must now snatch it back, put it back in its rightful place, and then rip it out again.
Now I'm just rambling.
The truth is, you're better with her. You're funny, sweet, and smart. She's smart and kind, even though that just makes me want to hate her. I should hate her, shouldn't I? I mean, if this was a teen romance, I would hate her. She fits all the criteria for "the rival": she's beautiful, and she has your heart. The only things she has that those characters don't are a heart and a brain.
That's not why I can't hate her, though. I could hate a girl who's prettier than I am; I could hate the girl whom everyone loves. I can't hate her because.... She makes you happy. You light up when she's around, and she's all you ever talk about. I can't hate her because I love you, and I want to have everything you deserve. You deserve to be happy, even if you can't be happy