Frozen Frost: Chapter 10 - Elsa's Battle
After Jack disappeared, Elsa was left sobbing on the floor and the storm she had created stopped. Pitch looked at her with no sympathy in his eyes. He just smiled at her pain.
He walked up to her and placed a hand on one of her bare shoulders. “Now, now, my dear. You don’t need him. You never did. He was only making you weak.”
Elsa slapped his hand away from her. “Don’t touch me you monster! Bring, Jack back!”
“I don’t plan to. He was in the way. You belong to me now.”
“No! I said I want him back!” Elsa yelled. Then they heard ice cracking. Elsa stopped and looked all around the room. She left a sharp wake of ice spikes behind her on the floor. They grew up the walls, taking over the castle. “No…” Elsa then started to go into mantra-mode and started to pace back and forth. “Get it together. Control it. Don’t feel. Don’t feel. Don’t FEEL!”
Pitch started to get annoyed by her
Frozen Frost: Chapter 9 - Confessions and DangerEver since they started living together in their new ice palace, Elsa and Jack had done nothing but sit on their ice thrones that they made for themselves and talk non-stop they had done it the whole morning after they woke up. They had so much to catch up on.
“You know, I was at your coronation. I was there in that church.” Jack told her.
Elsa, sitting on her throne beside him, was stunned. “You were? I didn’t see you at all. Where were you?”
“I was hiding, but I’ll never tell you where.” He teased.
Elsa gave a flirty giggle “Aww…you’re such a kidder like always.” She lightly slapped his arm."I love that about you."
Jack laughed and then he stared at her. It was amazing how it seemed as if she was glistening along with her beautiful dress.
Elsa caught him staring at her in the corner of her eye. She looked down and blushed, fiddling with her fingers. She wanted so much to tell him how she now felt about him. After
Frozen Frost: Chapter 8 - Let it Go
Well above the snow line, a small figure climbed the highest peak. It was Elsa. Finally, she stopped, looked around. She wanted so much for Jack to come to her. She caught her breath and started to sing…
“The snow glows white on the mountain tonight.
Not a footprint to be seen.
A kingdom of isolation
And it looks like I’m the queen…
The wind is howling like this swirling storm inside.
Couldn’t keep it in,
Heaven knows I’ve tried…”
Elsa kept on walking forward.
“Don’t let them in.
Don’t let them see.
Be the good girl you always have to be.
Don’t let them know…”
Then Elsa looked at her hand that was gloved unlike the other and thought back. There she decided to move on and forget.
“Well now they know!!!!!”
Elsa took off her glove and threw it into the air. She stared to carelessly send her powers up into the air from her hands.
“Let it go, let it go.
Frozen Frost: Chapter 7 - Unwanted Guest
Two years later a new dawn rose over the fjords in the kingdom of Arendelle. Ships pulled up to the docks and many guests from many neighboring kingdoms piled out, including the royal family of the kingdom Corona who had recently found their “lost princess”, Rapunzel and the kingdom’s new prince, Eugene.
It was Coronation Day. Elsa had finally come of age to rule Arendelle.
Elsa was in the library. She was now 21 and very poised. She watched out the window as the coronation guests arrived. She was never happy anymore. Everyone that truly meant to her was now gone. Two people she would never see again, one she wasn’t even supposed to see and one that was her own fault she would never see.
She knew that today was going to be the one time she would see her sister for the whole day, she was a little excited about that but that also would be risky. There was so much pressure on her. It was times like these that she would need Jack to tell her that he would always be
Frozen Frost: Chapter 6 - No Hope
4 years later, Elsa had been having bad dreams all the time. At first the dreams started out wonderful then a few seconds later it would turn terrifying. She would always either wake up screaming or crying and then Jack would come and console her.
It started off as nothing. Just every once in a while she would have bad dreams. One night she quickly woke up to see The Sandman and Jack watching her, but those were the only nights when the bad dreams didn’t appear. Then when Sandy and Jack decided that they were all just paranoid and left her to sleep the bad dreams would return.
The bad dreams weren’t helping at all. They were only making things worse when she tried to control her powers. She thought that as the years went by she would get better at controlling them but it didn’t do anything. Elsa never told her parents that she was having bad dreams because it would only worry them more.
Out of those four years, Jack never aged with Elsa, which only worried him because
Frozen Frost: Chapter 5 - Play Time
As days went by, Elsa finally got used to her new room with Jack’s help as her only full-time company. They would talk and talk all the time whenever Elsa’s parents weren’t around to spoil their time together. Her parents made it their job to help Elsa control her powers but Jack sometimes had his share of doing so as well. To Elsa, she thought that Jack did a better job in helping her.
One day, Elsa looked out her window only to see snow gently falling. Elsa looked back at Jack.
“Look, Jack, It’s snowing outside.” Elsa said to him in excitement.
Jack laughed, “I know. Started by moi.”
Elsa looked away from the window. “You mean you made this weather come?”
Jack smiled “Yep, I think you deserve a break from trying to control your powers. What do you say?”
“Take a break? I don’t know… I don’t think that’s a good idea. Papa would
Frozen Frost: Chapter 4 - Everything ChangesThe next morning, Elsa was the first to awake. She rubbed the sleep from her eyes then saw Jack still there laying down peacefully asleep. Elsa was shocked. All that had happened the night before really did happen. It wasn’t a dream.
She smiled as she stared at him and then she crawled closer to him. She never did get that good of a look at him the other night because it was so dark. She could finally see him perfectly now in the sunlight.
‘He’s so handsome.’ She thought to herself. She wanted so much to stroke his white spikey hair but she decided not to. She was too scared that she would accidentally harm him, so she kept her hands to herself. Elsa wanted to wake him so she could talk to him more but she also wanted to be considerate and leave him be.
Suddenly The Queen walked into the room. Elsa quickly whipped her head around surprised. What was she going to tell her mother about the boy sleeping in the room with her?
“Good morning, Elsa.” She th
Frozen Frost: Chapter 3 - First MeetingElsa stared up at the young man for what seemed like hours. She looked at him, mesmerized. The young man looked at the child, mesmerized as well. It’s was as if them meeting was met to be.
It took a while to take each other in but the young man interrupted the silence between them. He wanted to make sure that Elsa really was looking at him.
“Can you see me?” he asked her. Elsa slowly nodded, her beautiful blue eyes wide. The young man felt over joyed inside. He really wasn’t alone.
“Who are you?” Elsa asked. He was about to answer but then he thought about what he should say. He never found out. He was only around just this night.
“I-I don’t know…” He said.
Elsa gave him a look. “What do you mean? Didn’t your mama and papa name you?” the young man said nothing and just gave her a slightly sad look. The look said it all. “Oh, I’m so sorry. I didn't mean -”
“No, no.” He stopped he
Frozen Frost: Chapter 2 - Elsa's Fate
The young man stopped flying and landed on one of the castle’s window ledges. He started to sob when suddenly he heard giggles from the inside of the castle’s window. He turned and saw two little girls running down a staircase. One little girl had red-ish brown hair and the other had bleached blond hair.
Because he was distracted the snow he started stopped.
The one with the red-ish brown hair was pulling the girl with the bleached blonde hair by the hand down the staircase.
“Come on, come on, come on!” the red-ish brown haired girl in green yelled to the bleached blonde hair in blue.
The young girls obviously were up past their bedtime so the girl in blue tried to shush her, but the girl in green was too excited for some reason. He wondered what was so great that the young girl in green could be so hyper about.
They both ran towards another room, out of the young man’s window view to see them, so he switched to another window and saw a bigger room, which