Disclaimer: CS Lewis owns the Chronicles of Narnia.


Susan sits at her window, watching the baby sleep. He has his father's eyes and hair. He has a perfect little face and her nose.

But it isn't his baby. It's not ever going to be Caspian's baby. And she's never going to be Caspian's wife.

She wondered if he was married by now, with his own children. That thought burned her deep within her heart, so she tried not to dwell on it.

She missed Narnia, and as Lucy and Edmund come and go, she wishes she could ask about Caspian, but it'd hurt her too much. Hurt to hear about the pretty Telmarine princess with the thick, dark curls and sienna eyes that stole Caspian's heart.

Because it's not his baby. And she'll never be his wife.