Chapter 20, the last installment!
Summary: AH/AU: Caroline Salvatore is a member of one of the most feared criminal families in the world. But when both parents die in a fatal car crash, the family’s powers begin to diminish. Their rivals, the Mikaelsons, kidnap Caroline to rage a war between the two families in order to regain their power. But as the war grows so do the affections between Caroline and her new found keeper.
I just want to say thank you to everyone who stuck by me with this story. Nicole for the cover and Laura for the constant betaing and fixing the crap out of this story. I have massive more thank yous in the chapter but a few more won’t hurt.
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We talked about this through our emails, and I thought I was ready, but truly I am not. I feel like I need to take deep breaths before opening this.
Klaus is bad at hiding his wife-loving feels.
kc meme: [7/8] scenes » 3x21 “it’s okay, it’s me.”
Because I can’t drown in the feels alone. Look at the way he looks at her. He doesn’t look at anyone else that way. It’s not forced, it’s just from within. Join me at the bottom of Lake Klaroline.
Hello fellow Klaroliners!
Today I’ll be bringing you some of the most beautiful, special, and incredibly well-made videos that pertain to our wonderful OTP. These are the most viewed fanmade Klaroline videos on YouTube. I will be discussing what I believe makes these videos so very popular. You might need a box of tissues and a pint of Ben & Jerry’s to get yourself through all of these…
Sorry for any spelling mistakes, I’ve not looked over it but I hope you like it, anon.
She sat upon the window seat, her copy of “Pride & Prejudice” in hand - her favourite - she scanned the same page over and over again, failing to find her concentration, she had nothing else to do and thought occupying her time indulging in her favourite novel might keep her company, but she was wrong. Sighing in frustration, Caroline threw the book lightly to the other end of the window seat and threw her long legs out from under the bright red throw she had placed over her legs too keep her warm and cozy - just how she liked it when she intended to relax - and quickly stood up from her spot and made her way out of the library in search of Klaus.
She eventually found him in his art studio, gently sketching in his sketch book on the small couch that sat in the middle of the room, feet raised on the coffee table that was placed in front of it. She made her way over to him, standing behind him and slowly wrapped her arms around his front and kissed the side of his neck.
"Hello, love." he whispered, still concentrating on his current work of art.
"Hi." she replied and settled her chin atop his head, taking a look at what Klaus was sketching.
"It’s beautiful, as always." Caroline said, eyes following the motions Klaus was making with his pencil along the paper.
He smiled, something he constantly found himself doing when in Caroline’s presence.
"Thank you, sweetheart." He replied appreciatively.
Caroline then made her way around the other side of the sofa, sitting down right next to Klaus and gently leaning into his side and sighed. Klaus then halted his movements on the sketch pad and took a side glance to Caroline, who had now settled her head in the crook of his neck. She remained quite for a few seconds and so Klaus took his attention back to his work, resuming his even strokes.
A minute later Caroline sighed again with slightly more force, this time making sure her breathe hit Klaus’ neck. He stopped his hand again, this time taking his pencil and pad in his left hand, removed his feet from the table in front of him and set his supplies down there. He turned to gaze down at Caroline as he settled back into the couch and slowly started to stroke her long, wavy, blonde curls with his right hand.
"What’s with the long face?" he asked.
She sighed again, lifting her head up slightly to meet his clear blue eyes. “It’s raining, Nik.” Caroline whined, sounding like a young child.
Klaus rolled his eyes at Caroline’s answer, having had this conversation only about a thousand times before.
"Well, what do you want me to do about that, love?" He said.
His answered only caused Caroline to let out an even louder sigh - well, more like a frustrated groan. He always replied with the same answer and so did she. He knew that, she knew that, yet they never skipped this part of the well known dialogue, even though they know how the conversation will end.
"Well, you could keep me company because unfortunately "Pride & Prejudice" just isn’t doing it for my anymore, Nik." Caroline replied.
He let out a chuckle. “And what would you like to do then, sweetheart?”
Caroline let out a “Hmm…” pretending to think on what she’d like to spend her time doing with Klaus on such a gloomy day, with the rain pattering on the rooftop and windows.
"We could, oh I don’t know, watch a movie together?" she said. Sitting up on the couch and starring into Klaus’ eyes, using her puppy face to convince him - which she didn’t need to do, as he always complied to her wish - yet she loved seeing his reaction to it.
"Which movie will I have to sit through this time, Caroline?" Klaus answered with a small groan of his own this time, knowing exactly what she is about to say.
"The Notebook of course!" Caroline said with enthusiasm. She then tapped his knee lightly as she stood up from the couch and quickly flashed into the adjoining room which held the movies and in a flash she had placed the movie in the television, which Klaus had gotten a few years ago - for this particular reason, turned the television on and settled back onto the couch, leaning into Klaus’ side once more, eager to start the movie.
Klaus sighed as he got comfortable, winding his arm around Caroline’s waist and taking the throw from the back of the couch to place over the both of them.
"Here we go again." He whispered. But Caroline still heard and said "Shh. It’s starting." and slapped his chest for the interruption.