Author: BewilderedFemale PM
Bea Wylder and Fae Meanon have been best friends since pre-school. They grow up to become famous writers, Bea a Spanish poet and Fae a novelist. One day two handsome pointy-eared men appear, reminding them of a promise they had made to each other in their youth. Co-Written by FameanonRated: Fiction T - English - Romance/Humor - Chapters: 15 - Words: 26,917 - Reviews: 82 - Favs: 7 - Follows: 9 - Updated: 10-24-12 - Published: 10-07-12 - Status: Complete - id: 8590888
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This story will be co-written by Fameanon. The names of the main characters will probably give it away :-P
This is designed as a Romance/Humor piece so Solok and Letant will be written to accommodate this.
HOW IT STARTED
A joyous stretch of land occupied partially by green grass, sand, and wondrous manmade equipment tailored for the young to play on, for two girls who were only 4 years old it was absolute heaven.
"I bet I can swing higher than you can!" Bea dared her friend Fae.
"Nuh uh! Cannot!" She answered back as she began to push herself harder on the swing.
"I'm gonna reach the moon!" Bea said defiantly.
"Oh yeah?! I'm gonna reach the planet Vulcan!"
Bea scrunched up her face, seeing that Fae was reaching higher than her. "I'm going to reach Romulus!"
"You can't!" Fae said haughtily.
"Yes I can!" Bea countered.
"No you can't, we have to get off." Fae said as she pointed towards their teacher who was calling them in, next to her they saw two great big men, both of them handsomely garbed in robes, both of them having pointy ears.
"Vulcans!" Fae cried as she jumped off the swing and ran towards the crowd of other children who eagerly wanted to meet the handsome strangers.
Bea having seen her go also tried to jump off the swing, but in the process her dress got stuck on the belt and her landing was less than graceful as she fell face first in the sand.
Bea immediately began to cry, the fall having caused her bow to fall off and her hair to get dirty, her mom would definitely be mad, and she more than likely wouldn't be able to watch cartoons that afternoon as punishment. She was getting up, trying to wipe the sand off of her dress and her hair when she heard a strong voice from above. "Are you hurt little girl?" The voice said to her warmly, it was like magic. It was soothing, masculine, unlike anything she had ever heard before, she looked up to find it was one of the pointy eared men, his bright blue eyes shining like diamonds and he smiled down at her. She in turn looked up at him in total awe, her finger stuck to her mouth as she was unable to do anything else but stare in wonder.
"No tears little one, did you hurt yourself? He said as he knelt down on the sand with her.
Her eyes were wide as she stuck her finger out of her mouth and immediately touched his ears. "You a Roruman?"
He chuckled deeply, Bea watching as his chest heaved, the golden embroidery on his neck catching her eye as she went from touching his ears to feeling the markings there on his neck.
"What is your name?" He asked her.
"I'm Bea!" She said as she pointed at herself. "And you a Roruman!" He chuckled yet again. "Yes, yes; I am a Romulan but my name is Letant, I'm visiting your school today Bea, but I must be on my way."
"NO!" Bea cried as she clung to him by the neck.
"Stay Mr. Roruman!"
He smiled warmly at her, running his fingers through her wavy dark hair. "You are a very pretty girl Bea, you will be a remarkable woman when you grow up."
She nodded emphatically as she smiled and then pointed at him. "You gonna be my husband!"
"Oh?! Am I?" He said with wide eyes. She again nodded emphatically, "Uh huh, and we gonna have babies!"
He chuckled heartily as he patted her head.
"You are having far too much fun Letant." Came a deep voice similar to his except it wasn't nearly as friendly, Bea looked up and saw piercing grey eyes studying her, she turned away from them and hid behind Letant as she whispered in his ear. "Don't like that man."
"Solok, stop intimidating the children and interact with them, that is the purpose of this visit; to see humans in their early stages."
Solok lifted a brow and looked around him, a young blonde child looking up at him with wonder in her eyes.
"Well, go on then." Letant ordered Solok, he looked at the young blonde child and picked up her awkwardly, bringing her to eye level with him. "Hmmm…. So very human." He mumbled as he looked at Fae.
"Nuh Duh! I am human, watcha expect?" Fae responded as she bonked him in the nose. "Meep! You're it Mr. Vulcan!"
Solok immediately set Fae down but stayed despite his desire to turn around and leave the school altogether.
"It won't be long before they're grown up adults; they won't even remember us." Solok sneered.
Fae shook her head. "I'll never forget you, what's your name?"
Solok sighed loudly. "Solok of Vulcan, and you are?"
"I'm Fae! I'll never forget you Solok of Vulcan!"
"Time will tell." He looked over at Letant, watching as the young brunette was still looking at the Romulan in complete awe. "We should go, there is still much to see."
"Noo!" Bea cried. "Don't leave me!"
"I have to child, when you grow up you too will have many responsibilities."
"When we get married?"
Letant chuckled. "Yes, when we get married."
"Ok!" She said as she giggled. She then ran over to Fae where they began talking in their secret language, giggling as they talked and looked over at them, they were walking away, the other children following after them.
"Fae, when I grow up I'm gonna marry that Roruman!"
Fae nodded, "And I'm gonna marry the Vulcan! Pinky Promise?" She said as she held out her pinky to her.
Bea nodded. "Pinky promise, no backsies!"