Title: Love Always Lives
Disclaimer: I do not own the movie "The Librarian: Curse of the Judas Chalice", TNT does.
Author's Note: I couldn't help after watching after watching the movie on DVD. Not beta'd so any mistakes are mine. Also chapter is 2 is not related to chapter 1, just another alternate scene.
Rating: T (to be safe)
Chapter 2: Reunited Forever
-Takes place five decades after the movie-
For the past fifty years Flynn Carsen had lived a somewhat of a full life after returning home from his vacation. He kept his promise and continued on to fulfill his destiny.
He remained a bachelor for the rest of his life. He dated here and there but nothing serious. He couldn't see himself committing to anyone, especially after his time with Simone. There were times where he missed her dearly; yet somehow he felt her presence wherever he was.
Now his life was about to conclude. The last years was spent in a nursing home where he was slowly fading fade after a fall and knee facture.
I guess it is better to pass on the natural way.
Suddenly he felt himself and take his last breath, he closed his eyes and was no longer on earth.
In a flash he was in a different location and he never felt better he noticed that he was strong again. The location he was now at was soothing and relaxing. As he was about to walk around and explore he heard a familiar French-accented voice call to him stopping him in his tracks.
Flynn turned around him and there she was; Simone was as beautiful as ever he had ever seen her. Her face glowed with the most radiant smile on her face.
Flynn walked towards her. They couldn't hold back any longer and ran into each others arms. It felt so good to hold her again.
Right as they came apart from the hug, Flynn cradled her neck and ran his thumbs over her smooth cheek, leaned in, tilted his head and kissed her full on the lips.
Once they came apart, they smiled. From that point on he knew that they are together for all of eternity.
A/N 2: Thanks for reading Chapter 2 of "Love Always Lives". Reviews are appreciated!