Robin continued to moan as he pumped in and out of her. Regina on the other hand, just laid there silently. She had other things on her mind. It didn't bother her though. She had had much practice with King Leopold. Robin noticed her lack of enthusiasm and stopped immediately.
"Regina?" She was immediately snapped out of her thoughts at the sound of Robin's voice. "What's wrong? Did I hurt you?" She simply shook her head. Robin was relieved that he hadn't hurt her. "Then what's wrong?" Regina didn't answer and as much as he didn't want to, Robin knew he had to stop. He sighed and rolled off of her.
"You didn't have to..."
"I'm not having sex with you when you're clearly in another world Regina." He said annoyed. Did she really think that would be enjoyable for him? "Now are you going to tell me what's wrong with you?" Regina turned away from Robin until her back was facing him. She really didn't want to talk about it. "Regina?" She didn't answer him. Robin just shook his head angrily and got up and headed to the bathroom. Regina winced as he slammed the bathroom door. She didn't mean to make him angry but she really didn't want to talk about it. Regina decided to get up as well and slipped on some clothes. She was brushing her hair when Robin came out of the bathroom dressed in nothing but his boxers.
"I'm sorry." She heard him say. "I lost my temper."
"I'm sorry too." She said lowly as she continued to look into the mirror. "I was just distracted."
"Regina I'm not upset because of that." Robin sat on the bed. "I'm upset because you won't tell me why." Regina put down her brush and moved to sit next to him.
"I'm just upset Robin." She finally admitted.
"Because Zelena's almost due." He said knowingly.
"Well yes but... that's not just it."
"Then what is it because I really don't understand" Regina just looked away from him. "Regina please talk to me. I don't like playing these guessing games."
"She won." Regina's tone was the saddest Robin had ever heard it.
"Who? Zelena? Regina what are you talking about?" He asked confused. "I'm yours and you have my heart. You and only you. You don't have to worry about me ever touching that woman again."
"But you will Robin. Maybe not in that way but you will, because for the rest of your life you are going to be tied to her because of that baby." Regina took a breath to calm herself. "She was right."
"Right about what? Did she say something to you? Because I will..."
"What she said to me was nothing but the truth Robin." Regina said as a tear streamed down her face.
"I'm never going to be able to give you what she has. I'm never going to be able to give you what you need."
"Regina what are you talking about?"
"I can't have children Robin! That's what I'm talking about!" Regina couldn't contain herself anymore. "I can't even do the one job a woman is suppose to do and I have no one to blame but myself."
"Love, we talked about this." He said pulling her into his chest. "What I need is you. Yes, it would it be nice to have children with you but that's just not an option for us and it's okay. But don't you ever think less of yourself because of that. I don't need more children but I do need you or else I am nothing. Understand?"
"I don't think I can do this." Regina said in almost a whisper but he heard her. "Everyday she's going to mock me with that baby. Everyday she going to throw it in my face. The fact that she is the mother of my fiancé's child." Regina said, getting up and heading for the door.
"It's going to be okay Regina." She turned to look back at him.
"What's going to be okay Robin?" Regina asked then let out a dry laugh. "That I'm going to be the step-mother of my niece?"
"I just need some space." She said as she finally left the room. Robin put his face in his hands. This was all his fault. If he had only followed his heart in the first place then they wouldn't be in this mess.
Regina felt dizzy as she headed down the stairs. She felt like she was going to be sick. She had been so stressed out lately. She had tried to keep it together for Robin's sake but she couldn't take it anymore. Sometimes she could ignore the fact that her sister was carrying her soulmate's child but that baby was gong to be born any day now. How could she do this? She couldn't do this. Her head was racing and her breathing became uneven. Soon she felt herself hyperventilating.
"Calm... down... Regina." She said to herself through her ragged breathing. "Oh god." Her chest grew tighter and tighter until she couldn't breath. She clutched her chest and gripped the stairwell until she couldn't anymore when she blacked out and came tumbling down the stairs.