All or Nothing at All Jelsa

YOU MAY ONLY READ THIS IF YOU READ THE OTHER STORY: "SLIPPING AWAY JELSA"
THIS IS THE SECOND PART OF THAT STORY! SO IF YOU HAVE NOT READ IT. THEN READ THAT FIRST THEN READ THIS!


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After Elsa's death, Jack has been falling apart. Although he seems quite content as a guardian, his feelings for her still hold him back from true happiness. In this fanfic, Jack's problems will be solved, but it won't be an easy road. A dark force that has haunted Elsa's family for hundreds of years lurks in his way.

Credits to Slipping_Away_Jelsa on Instagram :)

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4. Chapter Four

Jack gazed out at rows and rows and rows of memories in front of him.

"Um, what exactly are you looking for?" Tooth asked cautiously as she watched Jack scan the rows.

"How are they sorted?" He asked, running his fingers along their gleaming gold cases, various colors reflecting off of them as he moved.

"Oh, well it's a very advanced system, the fairies and I are very particular about our-" Tooth stopped suddenly when she heard Jack catch his breath for a moment.

His piercing eyes were focused on the face of a little girl, with light blonde braided hair and fair skin.

Her smile was sweet, but not quite true.

"Who is that, Jack?" Tooth asked.

She had first thought maybe she was his sister, but she remembered she had had dark hair.

Not a single word escaped Jack's lips as he slowly drew nearer to the case.

He reached for it gingerly, and Tooth grabbed his wrist.

"Jack." She said, gently grasping his chin and turning him toward her, forcing him to look into her worried eyes.

"Who is she?" She asked, searching his face for an answer.

"Tooth, you have to trust me. I need these memories." He said, choking back tears and wrenching his wrist out of her grip.

"No, stop. Please, Jack, these aren't your memories! You can't just take them like this! I won't let you!" Tooth pleaded, but he tuned her out.

This wasn't the Jack she knew, something was definitely wrong.

She knew she had to act fast, so she quickly slid out the case and clutched it tightly to her chest.

"Give it to me!" Jack yelled, advancing towards Tooth.

Frost formed violently around his feet and he clenched his teeth in anger.

Tooth backed away, gaping.

"J-Jack...stop! This isn't you!" She tried to sound convincing while she cowered.

They were soon enveloped in a forceful blizzard.

She shook her head to clear out her fear, knowing Jack would never hurt her.

She flew up high above him and tried to look tough, which wasn't the easiest thing, considering she was the Tooth Fairy.

"Stop this!" She yelled, and he looked up at her, shocked.

"Whatever the problem is, tell me now!" Her voice changed from angry to sincere and concerned.

"Please, Jack. I can help you." She said, cupping his face in her free hand, the one that wasn't clutching the case tightly.

Jack looked up at her smiling face and began to breathe heavily.

"Oh...oh, Tooth, I'm sorry...I...I don't know what came over me.." He said, and he looked down, embarrassed, at his feet.

The ground below him was pure ice.

"No, I've made a mess, I'm so sorry." Jack whimpered.

He looked hastily around at all the ice, and then back up at Tooth.

The golden case in her arms caught his attention again.

"But I really need those memories." He choked out, reaching up to take it from her.

"No!" Tooth panicked, pulling away quickly.

"Just tell me what you need them for and we can work this out." She tried to give Jack her best smile, and they stood in silence while she waited for his explanation.

He continued to breathe heavily as he sorted out his options, deciding if he should tell her the story.

"Well it's just, you see.." He began to whisper, and Tooth leaned in closer to hear.

"She's important to me, and.." His eyes flickered up to the gleaming face of Elsa, just inches away from his possession.

"She.." Jack lowered his voice even more and tried not to smirk with satisfaction as Tooth leaned in closer.

"It's hard to talk about.." The words barely escaped his lips, and Tooth quickly brought herself in to comfort him.

"Jack, it's ok, just tell me." After she said this, the moment seemed to become a blur.

Jack reached up rapidly and snatched the case out of her hands and opened it.

A blinding light filled the area and Tooth watched in horror as Jack's wide eyes took in every memory.

Tooth had never felt more powerless, as he fell to the ground, screaming and clutching his head in agony. 

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Sorry this is late, guys!!

I've been ridiculously busy lately, we've got tests coming up and homework piles growing...

 But yea, I'll try not to do that to you guys again.

Hope you enjoyed it, though! 

~ Slipping_Away_Jelsa @Instagram

Next chapter--March 6

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