Hans Chapter FiveHans' ship arrived the day of the coronation. As he came down the plank leading Sitron along, his first real view of Arendelle was gorgeous. The people were out enjoying the sunny weather, doing their shopping and going about their lives. Flowers opened their petals towards the sky on every windowsill, goods stacked in surplus in the market, and a lush, green forest carpeted the background. The kingdom was healthy and ready for his rule. The shipmates carried his luggage off into the inn loading area. All visiting nobles would be staying in the finest hotel in the kingdom, very near to the castle. While looking up at the turrets his mind dug for ways to break the ice between them. He smirked at the pun and shook his head.Hans Chapter Five by Shellyluvstoread
As he made his way to the gates, the prince couldn't help a small smile when he felt a gentle tug on his coattails. A flower was held up to him as a girl no older than five shuffled her feet and looked down at the ground. He smiled and kissed her head, taking the flow
Hans Chapter FourEverything had gotten so much better in the time span of only a few months. Hans' brothers were actually teaching him, helping him, accepting him. It was as if the past eighteen years had been a bad dream.Hans Chapter Four by Shellyluvstoread
Even the eldest,Theodore, was his main mentor in the human nature classes. He would go through every little step Hans didn't understand.
"What does it mean by 'finding someone's weakness?'"'
Theodore looked over and scanned through the page.
"In order to get the kingdom, you will probably have to manipulate people. Some are easier than others. Ones that show their weaknesses are the easiest. For example, your Elsa will have to open up to show you something that lets her guard down. We don't know what has happened since she was eight, but those closed gates tell me that she won't be very friendly. On the other hand, her sister could melt if anyone tried to talk to her. This is why you should keep your options open."
Hans tapped his fingers nervously. He had already promised himself th
Control, Don't ShowHans paced around the arena, hands clasped behind his back and a frustrated look etched on his face. His gloves lay forgotten beside Sitron, who was watching attentively from a ways away. The king had been very clear about what he should be able to do before he left for his trip to Arendelle. Keep the powers under control, know your limits, and don't let your emotions get the best of you.Control, Don't Show by Shellyluvstoread
Fire was not solid in any shape or form. It could only burn. The only thing it could do was destroy. Other than to warm it had no purpose! Then again, usually fire wasn't conjured from people's hands.
He chewed on his lips and started a simple flame in his palm. He allowed it to grow. There was a stationary target at the end of the area, which he aimed and missed. He ground his teeth together and dug his boot into the ground. The only thing he could do was to learn from his mistakes, so he took another shot but this time he focused in on the flying ball of fire and willed it to hit the center of the t
The Med StudentThe public library was Elsa's favorite place to be. No one bothered her, she had her own little corner and there was the perfect view of the medical section.The Med Student by Shellyluvstoread
Every Sunday she would curl up and hope a certain med student would come to study. Of course she couldn't talk to him. Even though he was a year above her, he was one of her sister's close friends and Anna was almost ready to propose to him herself. He was off limits. But that didn't mean Elsa couldn't admire his face.
Right on time, Hans showed up and crept in between the shelves.
Elsa glanced up from behind her book and grimaced. Some guys were too pretty. Some guys didn't need sideburns to highlight their jaw. Some guys didn't need stunning green eyes that made her chest shrink in on itself.
Before he could notice, she was back to staring at her book. This run around was getting really stupid, but it was hard to stop once she got started. She huffed in frustration and put the book up vertically, balanced on its hardback, her ey