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!


These are for the Jelsa Fans <3

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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3. Chapter Three

Jack glanced from North to Elsa, and back again.

"Jack!" North shouted, giving his arm another tug.

The snow around the roof was swirling violently again.

Elsa looked at him with longing eyes.

"Elsa..." He whispered her name, and she slowly back away, disappearing in the swirling snow, her long hair whipping every which way.

Before he knew it, he and North were back in his office at the North Pole.

"I need to see Tooth." Jack said instantaneously.

"Whoa, there. I think you need to rest a second." North said, bringing Jack to the couch and forcing him to sit.

"I'm fine, North." He said, brushing his hand aside.

"Elsa was there, I swear. I saw her. I touched her. She was there!" Jack rambled on, and North just stood above him and shook his head.

Suddenly, all the thoughts clicked together in Jack's mind and he snapped his fingers.

"Of course! She's been made immortal and you can't see her because you don't believe in her." He looked up at North expectantly, waiting for it to click in his mind, too.

Instead, he just chuckled.

"Oh Jack, what could the Moon possibly want with Elsa? There's already a spirit of winter. What would she be needed for?" North said, and Jack stared at him, appalled.

"What an awful thing to say. You don't know what it's like not to be believed in. I was there, North. That was me. And those same thoughts ran through my head every single day, what am I needed for? Never, ever, did I think I was going to be a guardian, and yet here we are. How could you say the Moon couldn't have any plans for Elsa? We don't know, none of us do." Jack's face was red with anger as he hovered above the ground in order to look down on North.

"So take me to Tooth," he lowered his face to his and snarled, "now." 

No matter how many times he came to Tooth's palace, it always took his breath away.

The golden capped buildings and shimmering bridges twinkled in his crystal blue eyes.

"If you could give us some time alone, that'd be great." Jack said to North, not bothering to add the slightest hint of friendliness.

Reluctantly, North shook his snow globe, and was gone.

Jack walked slowly, taking in every sight.

Before he knew it, he stood in front of the grand golden doors.

He took a deep breath and pushed them open....inside everything was chaotic.

Strangely enough, however, it was organized chaos.

Little fairies flitted about quickly, but they all seemed to be getting a job done.

At the front of the room was Tooth, smiling and kindly giving orders to all the fairies.

"Hey, Tooth!" Jack called, and she stopped for a second and turned.

Suddenly, her smile grew twice as bright.

"Jack!" She called and squealed excitedly.

In an instant she was hugging him, checking his teeth.

"Still beautiful, as usual." She said, giggling.

Jack smiled back, but she could sense his dull attitude.

"Hmm...what's the matter?" She asked, squinting her eyes in puzzlement.

"May I talk to you outside?" He asked, gesturing toward the door.

Tooth nodded and followed him out.

As soon as the door shut, the noise of the room was blocked out and it was just Jack, Tooth, and silence.

Jack took a deep breath. "I think...I think I may have seen someone today from my past." He said, and Tooth looked even more puzzled.

"But Jack...your past was hundreds of years ago..." She said, trying to catch Jack's eye, but he refused to meet her gaze.

"No, no, not that past. A slightly more...recent...past. And I need..." His voice slowly faded out and Tooth looked at him expectantly.

He was trying to choose his words carefully, as he didn't want Tooth to think the same thing North did; that he was crazily consumed with grief.

"I just...I need to look for some memories."

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So I'm bringing in the Rise of the Guardians characters..

ya guys like that?

Comment below what you think is coming next...

Until next time! 

~ Slipping_Away_Jelsa @Instagram

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