Facing her worse Nightmares
Author's Note: I don't own the Power Rangers nor do I own Ann, Rebecca, and Josh. I'm just borrowing them from another author. Read and review please I also would like to say if you want to see another few stories with Ann, Rebecca, and Josh in it, then check out Fighting for a family and Together again and forever and The Next Generation by my friend and co- writer Arwennicole.
Author's Note2: sorry I know that it has been a long time since my last chapter. For that I am sorry I have just had some other stuff on my mind such as other stories and school. Now school is over so I can concentrate on this story and the short stories that I am working on thinks for your patience. And as always please read and Review.
Author's note3: my co- Author of this story Arwennicole is taking over the writing of this story from this chapter forward hope that you all like it. And now on to the story
Chapter 7: December 21st (Part 2)
After having dinner at the diner, Jack decided to take Tommy and Kimberly out to a dance club that was close by.
They found a table and Kimberly went off to the bathroom. Jack looked over at Tommy. "So, how did you meet my little sister?" He asked. Tommy smiled at the memory of meeting the girl of his dreams.
"Well, I had just moved to Angel Grove. I was getting used to the school when I saw two bullies harassing her. I defended her and scared them away. Then that's when I introduced myself to her. We were friends for awhile, but then it became more," he explained.
Jack smiled at the thought of his sister being as happy as could be. "What did Kim do throughout her high school career?" He asked.
"Well, Kim continued on with her gymnastics for a little while. She was the head cheerleader on the cheerleading team," Tommy replied.
Jack looked over to see Kimberly walking over to them with a smile on her face. "From what I saw so far during dinner, you make my sister very happy," he stated. Tommy nodded and then Kimberly sat next to Tommy.
"Hey, what were you guys talking about?" She asked.
Tommy wrapped an arm around Kimberly's shoulders. "Well, we were talking about how we met and what you did throughout high school," he replied.
"You didn't mention that I sing did you?" She asked.
"No, but you did," Jack replied.
Kimberly blushed and the two men chuckled at her. "Maybe sometime while you're here you could pull out that guitar of yours," Jack commented.
"I'll think about it," she replied.
Tommy stood up and held his hand out to Kimberly. "May I have this dance, Mrs. Oliver?" He asked.
"I would be honored, Dr. Oliver," she replied.
She placed her hand in his and Jack watched as his sister and brother-in-law went out on the dance floor for a dance. He pulled out his wallet and looked at the picture of him and Kimberly when they were young children. He sighed sadly and then he watched as Tommy spun Kimberly around. He was glad to hear his sister laughing again. It was music to his ears. The last time he heard Kimberly laugh was during her birthday, the last day they spent together before the incident.
Jack and Kimberly were playing out in the backyard after the party dishes were cleaned up and everybody went home. Jack ran over and wrapped his arms around Kimberly's waist and spun her around. Kimberly shrieked with laughter and he placed her back on the ground. "Happy birthday, little sis," he congratulated.
"Thanks, Jack," she told him.
She hugged him with a smile. Jack then pulled back and held a box out. "I wanted to give this to you at the beginning of the party, but I didn't want it to get broken," he stated. She took the box and opened it. Inside lied a locket. She picked it up and opened it. She found a picture of Jack holding her when she was a baby. She could tell it was at the hospital from the background. She looked to the side to read the engraving.
"To my little sister. Love your big brother," she read.
Jack snapped the locket around her neck and kissed her forehead. "Thanks, Jack," she repeated. She hugged him again and he spun around. Her laughter filling his ears again.
"Jack, JACK!" Kimberly called. Jack snapped out of his daydream and looked over at his sister. "Come on, Tommy's taking a break. come dance with your sister," she insisted. Tommy sat down and watched them dance. He could tell his wife was happy and nothing was going to change that.
As Jack danced with Kimberly, he noticed the locket around her neck. "You kept it,' he commented. Kimberly nodded with a smile.
"I never take it off," she assured him.
He looked over at Tommy to see him staring at Kimberly with a smile on his face. "Tommy's a great guy," he complimented.
"He really is," she agreed.
"I'm very happy for you, Kim. You deserve all the happiness in the world."
"I couldn't ask for anymore. I have my mom, brother, the man I love, and three beautiful children. I've got everything that I wanted."
He kissed her forehead and hugged her tight. "I missed you, little sis," he whispered. She hugged him back with a sigh.
"I missed you too, big brother," she answered.