|Peter Pan & The Lost Girl
Author: GrOuNdEd4LiFeNoMoRe PM
Wendy's adventure did not end with Peter Pan. She grew up & had a daughter named Jane. But after a terrible mistake, Jane is missing. Years pass & Wendy is still determined to find her daughter. Too bad she doesn't know she's a lost girl in Never Land.Rated: Fiction K+ - English - Adventure/Romance - Peter P. & Jane D. - Chapters: 11 - Words: 28,209 - Reviews: 115 - Favs: 54 - Follows: 80 - Updated: 12-17-12 - Published: 11-07-11 - id: 7533137
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About time I got this on here! I hope you can forgive me for being such a lousy updater:P Anyways, thank you so much for all those kind reviews and alerts and favorites. I'm really psyched that this story made it to 51 reviews already:D It really makes my day knowing that you have all taken the time to read and review this story so once again, for the thousandth time, thank you, thank you, thank you!:) Now off with the story.
Her answer echoed in his head.
Wendy jumped as Peter leaped out of his hammock.
"No you will NOT take her away from me!" he shouted, staring at her with such ferocity that Wendy couldn't help but shrink back into the hammock.
"No! She is staying here and that's final!" Peter ordered as he stomped his foot and crossed his arms over his chest in a pout.
Believe it or not, this little action right there is what reminded Wendy of the fact that she was the adult and Peter was just the child. He couldn't order her to do anything anymore. Especially if that order was to leave her daughter behind. With new found confidence, Wendy stood up from the hammock and faced Peter.
"No! That is not final!" Wendy countered.
Peter's eyes widened as his arms dropped from his chest. A curious look was plastered on his face as Wendy began to speak.
"You listen to me Peter Pan; I will not stand for any of this! Jane is my daughter and, whether you like it or not, she will return back home to London with me!" Wendy stated, a new tone of authority evident in her voice. One Peter had never known in her.
She truly has grown up.
Peter growled at the thought and glared daggers at Wendy.
"Who are you to order me around Wendy-lady? What, is the fact that you are now grown up makes you feel more superior than I?" Peter stated coldly.
Wendy flinched, not liking the direction this conversation was going at. "Peter, you know that's not…"
"Well, I would just like to remind you that you are no longer in your lovely little 'London'. You're in my Never Land now and I make the rules here, not you. Your precious daughter belongs to me and I say she stays here. Forever!"
A shiver ran down Wendy's spine.
She stared at Peter, studying his face, trying to figure out if this was just a joke. Surely it must be, for Peter Pan could not be so cruel. But as her eyes came across his, she knew he was being serious.
Wendy swallowed, but remained in her place. After all, she did not come all this way just to leave empty handed and broken hearted. Wendy Darling was a fighter. She had gone through so many obstacles these past years and this moment was merely another one.
"You know that decision isn't yours to make Peter," Wendy stated after a moment of silence.
Peter's face remained impassive, so Wendy decided that it was safe to continue. "It's not even mines to make either. It's hers."
Peter's eyes lowered the littlest bit at this.
"She's the one who needs to choose, Peter."
After a moment of silence between the two, Peter finally spoke.
"So you're saying…..wherever Spunky chooses to be, that's where she stays forever?" Peter asked, his eyes still remaining down.
"Yes, I suppose that's what I mean," Wendy answered, not truly realizing what he had just said.
"Good," Peter approved as he gave a slight nod and proceeded to walk out of the room.
Wendy let out a sigh of relief as she placed a strand of hair behind her ear. She felt as if a giant weight was lifted off her shoulders. But before she could feel any more relieved, Peter's head popped out through the curtain.
"Let the games begin Wendy Darling," he said, a sickening smile plastered on his face before he disappeared into the curtain once again.
Wendy stood there with wide eyes and an opened mouth. She then placed a soft hand on her forehead as the other tried to steady her heart beat.
"No," she breathed in terror as she stared at the curtain in which Peter had disappeared in.
Let the games begin Wendy Darling.
The statement echoed through her head, his voice remaining serious and intimidating. Once again, this was all a game to Peter. A challenge. And this time, her daughter was the prize. But what scared Wendy the most wasn't the fact that Peter now made her situation a competition, but that when Peter Pan plays a game, he never loses.
Let the games begin Wendy Darling.
Let it begin.
Spunky watched the Lost Boys with an arched eyebrow. "Okay, run it through me one more time. What is a mother?" she asked, confusion and frustration evident in her voice.
Nibs rolled his eyes. "Gosh, you're really slow you know that?" Spunky remained silent and responded with a glare. Nibs sighed and continued to speak. "Okay, well a mother, a real mother-"
"Like yours!" Cubby shouted, interrupting Nibs.
"Yes, like yours," Nibs said as he glared at Cubby. "Anyways, a mother is the most wonderful person in the world. She's…ugh...she's…" Nibs scratched his head in thought.
"She's the angel voice that bids you good night!" Slightly yelled as he jumped up.
Nibs snapped his fingers as he nodded in approval. "Yeah, that's it."
"And she kisses your cheek," Twin 1 said as he walked over to Spunky.
"And whispers sleep tight," Twin 2 followed.
Spunky nodded. "Okay then, that's nice I guess. But, what else does a mother do?"
"Well, she's the helping foot that guides you along," Cubby said with a proud nod.
Nibs rolled his eyes. "It's helping hand, blockhead."
"Oh, right," Cubby said as he put a hand to his chin. "I always mix that one up."
"She helps you whether you're right-"
"Or whether you're wrong," The twins stated.
"But, what makes mother all that they are?" Spunky asked.
Slightly chuckled. "Might as well ask what makes a star."
Spunky cocked her head in amusement.
Nibs nodded. "Yeah, ask your heart to tell you her worth."
"Your heart will say," Twin 1 whispered softly to Spunky.
"Heaven on earth!" Twin 2 yelled loudly as he threw his hands in the air.
The Losties laughed at twin 2's outburst.
"She's another word for divine." Slightly said, once they all settled down.
All the Lost Boys nodded in agreement. "Yeah."
Spunky bit her lip. "But, what makes my mother mi-…."
"Hello Losties!" Peter greeted, interrupting Spunky.
"Hello Peter!" the Lost Boys greeted back as they all rushed to him.
"I've brought news about Wendy's stay," Peter said as he looked back and smirked when he spotted Wendy walking in.
"Oh, is she staying in Never Land this time, Peter?" Slightly asked.
"Oh yes! Is she, is she?" Cubby asked as he jumped up and down.
Peter shook his head, but the smirk never left his face. "No, unfortunately she plans on going back to London. But," Peter turned back to Wendy and looked directly at her, "She will be staying here until she and I finish playing our little game. Right, Wendy?"
Wendy swallowed. She nodded stiffly and bit her lip. He was taking this far more seriously than she expected.
The Losties watched Peter and Wendy with confused expressions.
"Awkward," Nibs muttered as the rest nodded in agreement.
"So anyways," Peter said as he turned back to the Losties, "Who wants to play hide and no seek?"
Hmm, Peter VS. Wendy...
DUN DUN DUN!
Haha, well I hope you liked it 'cause I had fun writting it:) Especially the Lost Boys' part. Everything that they say regarding mothers is from the song "Your mother and mine" from the first Peter Pan. I thought it would be something cute to throw in there since it worked. Anyways, thanks again and I hope that you will continue on reviewing. Until the next chap, thanks for reading!:D