Winter's Fury

Several years after the great thaw, Elsa had finally settled down and started a family. Now, all of that is in jeopardy with Hans conquering Arendelle and holding herself and her pide and joy hostage. With Elsa's escape, Hans finds a new target; one that should prove easy to manipulate…


1. Rescue

Elsa struggled against her restraints. The man on top of her pinned her down and ravaged her body. Tears streamed down her face as she finally gave up on her struggles.

"Good girl," Hans whispered, kissing her neck. "Just relax, sweet Elsa. This will be over soon…" he once again started kissing her and continued to rape her body and soul. When he was finished, he got off and dressed. "When you're willing to be a good wife, I'll let you out of the dungeons." With that, Hans stood up and walked out of her cell.

Elsa curled up into a corner, her body sore and bruised. She had no one to blame but herself for getting into this mess- even if she had little choice. She continued crying, her hand balling into a fist. All she wanted was for this to be over.

The cell door opened, and she squeezed her eyes shut, pretending to sleep. Maybe they would leave her alone. Gentle, but strong hands were placed an her shoulders, and started to slowly massage her. Elsa froze for a heartbeat, then relaxed. "Who are you?" She whimpered, not sure whether she could trust whoever was behind her.

"Someone who loves you," a deep gentle voice said soothingly.

Elsa automatically tensed when she realized it was her real husband. "Kevin?"

"It's okay, Elsa," he whispered, using the spare key he had on his belt when he fled to unshackle her wrists; afterwards, he gently wrapped his arm around her shoulders. "No one knows I'm here."

"You have to leave…" she whimpered, turning to him. "He will kill you if he finds you."

"I can handle Hans," Kevin replied, offering his hand to her. "But, I can't stand letting him hurt you another day."

Elsa hesitated, but took his hand, allowing him to help her up. She started to walk, but stumbled. Kevin picked her up, and started to carry her. "Rest now, Frosty," Kevin said in a teasing way. "It's over."

Elsa tried to glare at him, but couldn't; instead, just resting her head on his broad shoulder. "Don't leave me alone…"

"Never," he whispered back, kissing her forehead as he walked into the secret passage he came in. After finding the exit, he hurried to the forest where his horse was waiting. "We're almost there," Kevin whispered, putting Elsa on the horse and climbing on after her and galloping off.


Once reaching the camp, Kevin put Elsa down in a tent. After making sure she would stay asleep for awhile, he walked out into the campsite. "How is she?" Anna asked, looking up from where she was rocking her child, Idun.

"Tired," Kevin replied, shaking his head. "She's not going to be happy when she wakes up."

"You weren't able to get Elana, were you?" Anna asked.

"Couldn't," Kevin said, shaking his head. "Looks like Elana was kept upstairs. He was keeping Elsa in the dungeons for some reason."

A scream from Kevin's tent erupted, making Kevin and Anna look toward it. "Go," Anna said. "I'll keep watch until Kristoff comes back."

Kevin nodded and hurried to Elsa. "It's okay, Els," he whispered, stroking her face as he reached her. "It's okay."

"You said you wouldn't leave me alone…" she whimpered, tears streaming down her face as he stroked them away.

"I was just outside talking to Anna," he said, wrapping his arm around her as he slid into the bed next to her. "He won't get you again." He pulled her into a tight embrace, kissing her head and gently stroking her hair.

"Where's Elana?" She asked, looking up.

Kevin sighed, looking down at her. "I couldn't get to her before getting caught. It was you or her, and I had to make the difficult choice. Has Hans hurt her?"

Elsa shook her head. "He's just using her as leverage. I don't know what he'll do now that I'm gone."

"We'll get her back," Kevin said determinedly. "If Hans hurts her, I'll make him wish he had never been born."

"We both will," Elsa said coldly, ice forming around them.


Elana was in her room, making a snowball in her. A knock came to the door, and she quickly hid under the bed. "Elana?" A male voice called.

Elana knew it was the bad man that was hurting her mother, and that had been trying to take the throne for years. Now he has finally succeeded and was coming between her parents. "Go away!" She called.

"It's about your mother," Hans called back. "I'm afraid she's abandoned you."

"You're lying!" Elana cried. Before she and her mother were separated, her mother had warned her not to trust a word he said- unless it was a threat. "She wouldn't do that?"

"Then why isn't she here now?"

"Because you locked her away!"

"I did it for your safety," Hans said. "You mother's powers were getting out of control. If she can hurt her own sister, who's to say she can't hurt her daughter?"

Elana shook her head furiously, her mother wouldn't do that. Not to her little girl. "I don't believe you!"

Hans sighed, knowing he wasn't going to get her to come out. "If you change your mind, there's food in the dining hall."

Elana stayed where she was, her stomach growling a bit. Both her mother and Aunt Anna had warned her about the evil man that had taken over her parents' throne. However, it'd been almost a week since mother and daughter had seen each other. Why hadn't she come to see Elana?

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