Author has written 25 stories for Harry Potter, Hunger Games, Frozen, Sam & Cat, and Vampire Academy.
"Because you are beautiful. I enjoy looking at beautiful people, and I decided a while ago not to deny myself the simpler pleasures of existence."
― Augustus Waters, The Fault in Our Stars
I'm Lena, and I'm currently reading/obsessing over the Vampire Academy series by Richelle Mead. I just started 'Last Sacrifice
Some friends and I are going to go see the movie soon, I hope it'll be good.
I ship Dragonway (Rose and Lissa), Elsanna and Romione so hard it's not even funny.
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I'm currently working on some Elsanna and one Meripunzel oneshots/stories based on some tumblr posts.
Devil Wears Prada!AU
Ice Deliver!Anna, Queen!ELsa
“ There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story. ”
— Maya Angelou
Vampire Academy:…but it occurred to me that he might very well keep me here with Lissa. Better to stay at this hellhole than be without her. As I did, I felt Lissa’s anxiety spike. Ignoring the pain in my legs, I picked up my pace into the commons. "She does have standards," I said, "which is why you’re done talking to her." A funny feeling settled over me. I’d gotten so used to being her primary blood source that the thought of returning to the Moroi’s normal routine seemed strange. In fact, it almost bothered me. It shouldn’t have. I swallowed, watching Lissa drink. I couldn’t see any blood, but I could imagine it. A surge of emotion grew in my chest: longing. Jealousy. I averted my eyes, staring at the floor. Mentally, I scolded myself. I don’t ever want time off. I want to always take care of Lissa. "What’d you do for blood, Lissa?” The table regarded us questioningly Lissa froze, but I immediately jumped in, the lie coming effortlessly to my lips. / Lissa shot me a grateful look.
[Rose says they’ll escape] ”You really would, wouldn’t you?” She smiled, more to herself than to me, like she’d thought of something funny. “Of course you would. It’s just, well…” She sighed. “I don’t know if we should go. Maybe—maybe we should stay.”
"I saw you, Rose. I saw you talking to the other novices during class, talking about practice. You miss that.”
"It’s not worth it," I argued. "Not if…not if you… " I couldn’t finish, but she was right. She’d read me. I had missed the other novices.
I sighed, trying to balance my own wants with what was best for her.
Her face hardened. “You know, sometimes you aren’t very nice.”
"You don’t keep me around to be nice. You want nice, there are a dozen sheep in there who would rip each other’s throats to get in good with the Dragomir princess. You keep me around to tell you the truth, and here it is…
In fact, one of the kinkiest, practically pornographic things a dhampir could do was let a Moroi drink blood during sex. Lissa and I hadn’t had sex, of course, but we’d both known what others would think of me feeding her.Lissa hanging out with Christian troubled me, but I shoved that thought away for later… I’d blame myself too if something happened to Lissa. "Well, you can’t do it again. If people find out you’re hanging out with him, they’ll crucify you." I eyed her warily. "You aren’t, like, into him, are you?” She scoffed. “No. Of course not" /// Good. Because if you’re going to go after a guy, steal Aaron back." He was boring, yes, but safe. AS MUCH AS LISSA AND Christian’s meeting bothered me, it gave me an idea the next day. [about Jesse] “I don’t really want to ‘talk’ to him. We’ll slip away.” She groaned. “I just don’t know about you sometimes.” He looked at Lissa, then back at me. “She got you to kill the fox, didn’t she? Some weird kind of lesbian voo—ahhha”
"Lissa, he’s dangerous. I don’t like him. Please be careful.”[Lissa hanging out with Christian] A feeling of peace settled over her, a feeling I thought only I could bring. Returning to my own head and my room, I sat on the floor staring at my math book. Then, for reasons I didn’t really get, I slammed it shut and threw it against the wall. [then she hooks up with Jesse… sort of. immediately after.] I was still annoyed after Lissa and Christian’s bizarre attic romance and wanted nothing more than to forget about it for a while.
She touched my arm. “I am. I’m the cautious one, remember? You’re the reckless one.”
"Vasilisa Dragomir.” My head shot up. Alarm coursed through the bond at the sound of her name.[after queen disses lissa] A collective shock filled the room. I briefly contemplated and then dismissed any attempts at jumping into the aisle and tackling the queen. Half a dozen guardians would have me down on the floor before I’d even taken five steps. But it was so the time. Lissa had ignored my warnings about Christian for weeks. It was time to go to the source and stop their ridiculous flirtation once and for all.
[Rose to Christian] “Why don’t you just leave her alone? Are you so messed up and desperate for attention that you can’t tell when someone doesn’t like you?” He scowled. “You’re some crazy stalker, and she knows it. She’s told me all about your weird obsession—how you’re always hanging out in the attic together, how you set Ralf on fire to impress her. She thinks you’re a freak, but she’s too nice to say anything.”Ignoring them, I hunted around and found Lissa finishing up with a feeder. That funny feeling I always got came over me as I watched her mouth work against the feeder’s neck, drinking his blood…Drowning in jealousy, I decided I needed therapy. After all, she was funny, smart, and nice. Anyone would like her. "She didn’t do it with Jesse," insisted Lissa. “And it’s not like we had sex. We just didn’t have any feeders, that’s all.” Lissa focused her full attention on Camille and smiled. “It’s no big deal. Everyone’s overreacting.”
"Hey, Rose," said Xander, nearly spilling his drink as he walked over to me. "What was it like?”
"What was what like? Letting someone feed off you?”
The others fell quiet, a sort of anticipation settling over them.
"She didn’t do that," said Lissa in a warning voice. "I told you.”
"Yeah, yeah, I know nothing happened with Jesse and Ralf. But you guys did it, right? While you were gone?”
"Let it go," said Lissa.
"No, I’m serious. It was just a small bite. She didn’t get high like the feeders. Did you?” He put his free arm around my shoulder. “Did you like it?”
Lissa’s face went still and pale. Alcohol muted the full force of her feelings, but I could read enough to know how she felt. Dark, scared thoughts trickled into me—underscored with anger.
Back in Lissa’s room, with Xander’s arm around me and her angry and upset eyes on us, I didn’t know if she’d do anything drastic again. But the situation reminded me too much of that one from two years ago, and I knew I had to defuse it.
"Just a little blood," Xander was saying. "I won’t take much. I just want to see what dhampir tastes like. Nobody here cares.”
"Xander," growled Lissa, "leave her alone.”
[after rose defuses the situation]
Across the room, Lissa met my eyes with relief. She smiled and gave me a small nod of thanks before she returned her attention to Aaron.
I love Lissa. I’m happy to spend my life protecting her. End of story.