Title: Flash Fire
Summary: She sacrificed a lot for her brother so he could escape hell. Now in isolation, will she find her own happiness or will war come knocking once more?
Author Note: this is going to be a drabble, so chapters will be anywhere between 100-600 words.
“Major?” Charlotte asked, knocking him from his thoughts.
“She’s gone, how?” He asked the two newcomers, his sister’s children.
Oliver looked down. “My gift allows me to see far, to hear further than normal. I saw her willingly walk towards Miguel, she allowed him to use his gift.”
“NO!” Peter snarled. “Our sister would never do that, she’s a fighter, she would never do such a thing.”
Fredrik stepped in front of his mate with a snarl and slammed a wave of calm into the Captain. “Enyo was tired, Charles, Oliver and I did much to make her happy but we could not. My mate risked his life many times to keep tabs on you for her. She was broken, she didn’t want to fight anymore and saw this as her chance.”
Charlotte’s hand flew to her mouth, venom pooling in her eyes. “Why? Why couldn’t she just kill Maria and come home to us if she knew where we were?”
“It wasn’t that easy.” Fredrik stated with a shake of his head. “Maria is needed, she and Miguel are the last Covens… if we take out one or the other than the Volturi will come and they will take and kill all who were in the war, it wouldn’t matter if you don’t fight anymore.”
Peter closed his eyes and shook his head; he was kicking himself and cursing his gift. “I would have gone back for her, I should have but she ordered me not to when she threw me into the flames. I hated her for so long because of that but I understood then and now… now…”
“I can’t believe it, my sister would not…” Jasper trailed off closing his eyes but he could feel the missing piece in his very being, a piece that was always his sister.
“Tell us all we have missed.” Charlotte demanded from the other two from the safety of her Mate’s arms. Maybe stories would help.
Author Note: Okay, so people keep telling me the chapters are too short… it’s a drabble people. A drabble is a short work of fiction of around one hundred words in length. The purpose of the drabbleis brevity, testing the author’s ability to express interesting and meaningful ideas in a confined space.