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Don't Let Me Go (Kalijah)


*American Gothic*



I’m watching myself

Drifting away

A vision so darkened

I cannot stay

I’m reaching out wide

Trying to catch myself before I fall

Too little too late

Can you save me?

Where do we go when we walk on light?

Who do we call at the edge of night?

Carry me close like the teardrops in your eyes

All I can give you is memories

Carry them with you and I’ll never leave



        It was a dismal night, as they stood in front of each other.

        “What do you want?” he questioned her.

        “To tell you that you’re right. I’ve spent so much time running and lying just to survive, I—I’m starting to believe my own lies. I don’t even remember who I was when we first met. And I want to find out.”

        “How do I know this isn’t another lie? Katherine Pierce deceiving yet another man?” he replied.

        “Because I meant what I said about my feelings for you. And I’d like to think that you feel something for me too.” She took out the cure.

        “You have the cure,” he stated.

        “Yes. I can shove this down Klaus’ throat and try to kill him, but even if I managed to do it, I’d lose you. And I don’t want that to happen.” She put the cure in his hand. “I need you to trust me. I want you to trust me. Just like I’m trusting you. You don’t owe me anything. I’m going to let you decide where we go from here.”

        He watched, as she walked away.



I’ll lay my head down

But when I lay my head down

Don’t let me go

Hold me in your beating heart

I won’t let go

Forever is not enough

Let me lay my head down on the shadow by your side

Don’t let me go

Hold me in your beating heart

So let me freeze time

Before it turns cold



        Later that night, he stood in front of her at the Mikaelson place in Mystic Falls.

        He rested a hand on the side of her face after having told her that he was leaving town.

        “It’s our turn, Elijah. Please,” she pleaded with him.

        “Katerina.” He looked at her for a moment, before kissing her on the forehead. “Goodbye, Katerina.”

        A moment later, she stood alone after he’d vanished.



*I Know What You Did Last Summer/House of the Rising Son*



The moments go by

And life goes on

The torturous stars

Are taking every breath I wish I held

The love in my heart

Is never ending

Where do we go when we walk on light?

Who do we call at the edge of night?

Carry me close like the teardrops in your eyes

All I can give you is memories

Carry them with you and I’ll never leave



        Elijah was heading home, when he smelled the mixed scents of Katerina, human, and blood. He was curious, so he followed the scents, which soon led him to a car that had crashed into a streetlight pole and was nearly totaled. He could see that Katerina was still inside. Knowing she was injured, he realized that she was human. With that conclusion, he realized that between the time he’d left her and now, someone had gotten an idea to shove the cure down her throat. He knew how much she loved being a vampire. He knew that to her, being human was far from being a gift.

        He blurred to her side of the car and forced the jammed door open.

        He rested a hand on the side of her face.

        “Katerina,” he called. “Can you hear me, Katerina?”

        When he didn’t get anything, he gently pulled her into his arms and out of the wreckage. He then blurred her home, since there weren’t any working hospitals. He didn’t know if she could digest vampire blood, so he wasn’t going to take the chance. His only chance in saving her life was Rebekah. He didn’t have any other choice. He figured that she wouldn’t kill her though, since she was human and he still loved her. Just because he’d left, didn’t mean he didn’t still love her. He would always love her.



I’ll lay my head down

But when I lay my head down

Don’t let me go

Hold me in your beating heart

I won’t let go

Forever is not enough

Let me lay my head down on the shadow by your side

Don’t let me go

Hold me in your beating heart



        Once home, he gently layed her down in his bed and called for Rebekah. As he layed her down, though he didn’t know if she could hear him or not, he told her, “Stay with me, Katerina.”



You can’t see me

But you still feel me

I only live in your memories

I mean something

Your everything

You lay me down

Take me there

Don’t let me go



        Half an hour later, she was tended to by Rebekah, so Katherine would be okay now.

        He sat on Katerina’s bedside and rested a hand on the side of her face, and his other on top of her hand.

        “I’m so sorry, Katerina. I should’ve made sure you were okay.” If anything had happened to her while he’d been away, he’d never forgive himself. He knew now that he never should have abandoned her. She couldn’t survive without him. Especially, as a human. She needed him now more than ever.



Hold me in your beating heart

I won’t let go

Forever is not enough

Let me lay my head down on the shadow by your side

Don’t let me go

Hold me in your beating heart



        After she recovered and they sorted things out between one another, they got back together, so all was well between them.
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Understanding (Kalijah)


        It was a dismal night in New Orleans in the woods, as Rebekah walked, in search of Hayley, while talking to Elijah to let him know what happened.

        Suddenly, smelling human blood and Katherine, she was directed to where an injured and human Katherine lay on her back, out cold, an ascendant in hand.

        “You better hurry up and get over here. Now,” she said, before hanging up.

        As she looked at her, she wondered what the hell had happened to her. Last she had seen her, she had been alive and a vampire. Now she was human and, seeing the ascendant, had come from somewhere that had put her in this condition. Despite the fact that she despised her, Katherine didn’t deserve what had happened to her. Despite everything, she didn’t want her to die, but if she didn’t help her, that’s what would happen. She didn’t have to see her injuries to know that.

        She approached and then knelt beside her and took the ascendant, before putting it in her jacket. She then looked down at her.

        “Katherine?” she called. “Can you hear me?”

        After a moment of nothing, she sighed.

        A moment later, Elijah appeared.

        “Katerina?” he said, seeing her.

        “I found her like this. I don’t know what happened, but I can take care of her. We just need to get her home,” she explained to her elder brother.





        Half an hour later, Elijah had layed her down on his bed and now watched, as Rebekah took care of her.

        After Rebekah had taken care of her, she put gentle hands on either side of her head to take a look.

        When she found her, she silently watched and began to understand her and know what had happened. It made her feel bad for her. She had had her daughter too young and couldn’t fight to keep her. Then they had been reunited, only for her to have to watch her die of a werewolf bite. Seeing her past made her understand why and how she had become who she was these days.

        After a chat with her, she knew why she wasn’t waking up. She had lost her only child and felt that Elijah didn’t care anymore. She felt that she had no reason to fight and just wanted to give up.

        She left her head and then stood and looked at him, before informing him of what she’d seen. She then said, “She feels that she lost everything. She doesn’t want to wake up. You need to talk to her. I’ll leave you two alone.”

        Elijah went to sit on her bedside and rested a gentle hand on her forehead, before going into her head. He saw everything his only sister had, but some of her past he knew. He hadn’t known about her daughter, though.

        “Katerina,” he said, once he found her.

        “Elijah?”

        “It’s me. Rebekah told me everything. I need you to wake up.”

        “And why would I do that? I’ve lost everything. You don’t even care anymore. You left.”

        “You haven’t lost everything. You still have me. Just because I left, doesn’t mean I stopped caring,” he assured her. “I still love you.”

        That gave her a smile.

        “I love you, too.”

        In the end, she woke up and they got back together again.
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Second Chance


        It was a dark night in New Orleans, as Katherine Pierce, a former 500 year old vampiress, walked the route to the Mikaelson place. It had been 400 years ago since she had been here, yet nothing had changed as far as she knew. She was back here to get Elijah’s protection. She was human now and she knew everyone hated her in Mystic Falls. She was wary though, because she knew it could be worse here, considering Klaus was here. Hopefully, he was too busy to deal with her. She could only hope.

        Suddenly, she saw someone approaching her.

        She stopped on the desolate sidewalk.

        “You really don’t want to mess with me. You don’t know who you’re dealing with,” she threatened, assuming he was a vampire that wanted to drink from her. She wasn’t stupid.

        “I’m not going to hurt you. Relax,” he replied, once he stood in front of her.

        A moment later, before she could stop him, he was vamped out and had sank his teeth into the side of her neck.

        She took a small bottle of vervain out, as she kicked him off. And as he staggered back, she through vervain on his face, which burned his skin and made him scream in agony. She then grabbed a stake she had and grazed his heart with it, before running the rest of the way to the Mikaelson family home.

        As she headed up the walkway towards the door, she felt a little weak from blood loss, but kept up the appearance that they had grown accustomed to. The only one she would show weakness from in this family would be Elijah. The other two hated her. Then, once on the porch, she rang the doorbell and leaned heavily on the closest pillar.

        “Who the bloody hell is that at this time of night?” she heard Rebekah say from just beyond the front door. Then she heard high heels and saw the Original sister, once she opened the door. “What the bloody hell happened to you?” she questioned, recognizing her, but not caring. She never liked Katherine. She despised her.

        “Elena shoved the cure down my throat. Now I’m human. I came to speak to Elijah. Where is he?”

        “He’s in the Wolf Girl’s room talking to her. It’s the second room upstairs.”

        “Thanks.”

        Rebekah stepped aside to let her in and then closed the door, before she watched her head upstairs, not caring about her. She never had cared about her elder brother’s girl. She did find it interesting though, that the girl had been able to get past her backstabbing brother for 500 years. She thought it was amazing how she had escaped without being detected for 500 years, considering others he had tried to use to break his curse upon him had failed to do what Katherine had done the first time she was human.





        Kat stopped at Hayley’s room just in time to see Hayley give him a slap across the face.

        “Don’t make promises you can’t keep.”

        Before Hayley even started to turn around and walk away, they heard a very familiar voice.

        “Elijah,” Katherine said, getting their attention.

        They both looked at her.

        “What are you doing here?” Hayley asked in a not so friendly tone.

        “Rebekah said that Elijah was in here talking to you. I need to speak to him,” she answered the werewolf.

        “Wait for me in my room. I’ll be in shortly, Katerina,” he said, realizing that something was wrong. She smelled human and she was hurt. She wasn’t even acting like the Katerina she had turned into over the centuries. She was almost like the old Katerina; the girl he fell in love with 500 years ago.

        The human left the room to go to Elijah’s, knowing where it was without directions; she had been here 400 years ago, after all.

        Hayley watched him walk out of her room to go talk to Katherine, which Hayley most certainly hated. Sure, Katherine had directed her to New Orleans to find information about where she came from, but she still hated her.





        As he walked into his room, she walked towards him and he closed the door for privacy. Every ear in the house didn’t need to hear their conversation or what was happening between them.

        He looked at her.

        “What happened to you, Katerina? You’re not who you were when I left town.”

        “You mean when you broke up with me. Something happened shortly after you left and after everyone graduated. Elena thought it would be grand to shove the cure down my throat. I came to ask for your protection, since I’m human and I have so many enemies. If word gets out that I’m human, my enemies will come for me. I’m asking you to do this out of kindness and to give us another chance.”

        “You have my word that no harm will come to you as long as I am here. Is there anything else you would like to share?"

        “Let’s just say that New Orleans isn’t the most welcoming when you’re human on the way to your ex and his family’s home.”

        “You’ve been bitten.”

        “Yeah. Some vampire thought I was an easy snack. I grazed his heart and through vervain in his face.”

        He was amazed that even human, she was able to fend off a vampire.

        “Did you get his name?” he questioned, loving no more than to punish him for hurting his Katerina.

        “No. I didn’t stop to ask. I can only guess that he’s a nightwalker and probably young.”

        He bit his wrist and held it out to her.

        “You need to heal.”

        Without question, she drank from him until she figured that she had had enough. She then pulled away and his wrist and her bite wound instantly healed.

        She looked up at him and wrapped her arms lightly around his neck.

        “I don’t have a place to go. Would you like me to stay here?"

        “I would be more than happy.”

        “Thank you,” she said, before kissing him.

        A moment later, they were kissing and they ended up on his bed, going to third base.





        The next day, she was still asleep when he woke up, so he gently parted himself from her embrace and silently picked his clothes up and headed to his bathroom to get ready for the day.





        When he was ready and had left his bathroom, he lightly kissed her on the forehead, before leaving his room to join his family downstairs. It would be best if his brother heard from him what was going on, instead of her being seen first. That is, if his sister or Hayley hadn’t already told him.

        He entered the parlor where Niklaus was seated in a chair with a shot glass of Bourbon, which was almost finished. And as soon as he spoke, he knew either Rebekah or Hayley had told Klaus about Katerina.

        “Would you like to explain to me what Katerina’s doing in our town and home, brother?”

        He could tell that Klaus was upset and fighting against exploding in rage.

        “It seems that she’s in need of protection, which I’ve granted her. I didn’t ask her as to why but Elena shoved the cure down her throat. She’s human now. Promise me that you will not harm her. She’s under my protection,” Elijah replied.

        “As you wish, brother. I promise that no harm will come to her.”

        “Thank you,” he replied to his younger brother.

        Elijah left the house to continue helping his brother get back their city. New Orleans was originally their city. They helped build it, after all.





        “Is she coming down today? She’s been up there all morning,” Hayley commented to Rebekah who was seated at the bar reading a girlie magazine, as Hayley ate lunch at the bar in the kitchen. She hated her, but she also was starting to worry that something might be wrong with the newly turned human.

        “Stop worrying, Wolf Girl. It’s bad for my niece.”

        “Could you at least make sure she’s okay?”

        “If it’ll stop you worrying about her well-being, yes.”

        Hayley watched her leave the kitchen to check on Katherine.





        Once outside her elder brother’s room, she opened the door and walked in, heading for the window where the curtains were closed. She then opened them to wake the human up. She didn’t feel like yelling at her to get up.

        Katherine rolled over, back to the window.

        “Leave me alone,” she complained.

        “Believe me, you’ll be happy with me when you get up. So will the Wolf Girl. Do you know how long you’ve been in that bed?”

        She rolled over onto her back and looked at the Original sister.

        “How long?”

        “It’s noon, Katherine. Are you feeling alright?”

        “I’m fine. I just haven’t had the greatest sleep for the past week.”

        She got up and headed into the bathroom.

        Knowing she had done what the Wolf Girl had wanted, she went back downstairs.





        When Katherine finally came downstairs, Rebekah had gone and Hayley was putting her dishes in the sink.

        “We didn’t get a chance to speak much last night. Why are you living here, instead of with your pack in the Bayou?” the former vampiress questioned, as she opened the fridge to see what there was for human food.

        “Because I’m going to have Klaus’ child. Elijah made arrangements with the witches for me to stay here, instead of at the cemetery with them. If Elijah hadn’t interfered, I don’t even want to think of what could have happened. Sophie sensed somehow that I’m pregnant,” Hayley answered, knowing how determined Katherine could be when she wanted to know something.

        “Yeah. Sophie has a gift of sensing when young girls are pregnant. I was here 400 years ago. I know New Orleans pretty well and I knew Sophie when she was younger. Do they do this often? Leave you alone in the house?”

        “They don’t have a choice and I like it. It’s the only time I have peace and quiet.”

        “I apologize if I’m asking you too many questions. I just didn’t expect to see you under the same roof as Klaus.”

        “It’s okay. I have an appointment today that Agnes, the last of the elders, set up for me.”

        “Be careful, Hayley. Not all witch elders are trustworthy and honest. I’ve dealt with a few of them in the past.”

        “Don’t worry. I can take care of myself. If anything happens, I’ll call Rebekah or Klaus.”

        She watched, as Hayley left the kitchen and heard the door, as she left the house.





        Later that afternoon, she was seated in a chair in the parlor with a shot glass of Bourbon the Originals always left on the parlor table. She was enjoying being alone in the house. It meant she didn’t get annoyed or bothered by Original siblings. She just hoped that the werewolf was out of danger.

        At that moment, Klaus walked into the parlor and poured himself a shot glass of Bourbon. He then took a sip of it, before leaning against the wall and looking at her.

        “I see you’ve made yourself at home, Katerina.”

        She looked at him.

        “Well, what else am I supposed to do? Hayley’s in the Bayou at an appointment with Agnes, Rebekah is I don’t know where, you’re plotting something, and Elijah’s out doing I don’t know what,” she replied, being neutral.

        “Well, if you must know, I’m trying to get my city back and my siblings have volunteered to help in a way.”

        “And while I wait for your unborn child’s mother to return, I have to stay here and entertain myself and worry.”

        “And what has you worried, luv?”

        “A pregnant wolf carrying your child is in the Bayou with an elder. That’s what. I don’t trust her,” she informed the hybrid.

        “And you think we should all be worried,” he stated.

        “Yes. Especially, you,” she replied.

        “I didn’t know you cared so much.”

        “It’s impossible not to when I’ve been a mother before. She was taken away from me. I don’t want that to happen to anyone else. Especially, Hayley. She’s been through hell almost as bad as I have. Besides, if Elijah’s right, which he usually is, this child will change you. I think it already has.”

        His phone went off and he answered it.

        “Little Sister,” he greeted.

        “I lost the Wolf Girl. That witch has flown the coop and vampires went after the Wolf Girl. I stayed behind and got an arrow in my back. When I woke up, she was gone. Now I can’t find her anywhere.”

        “Where are you?” he asked with an angry face.

        “In the Bayou by the woods.”

        “Stay there. I’m coming.”

        He hung up and she got to her feet, empty shot glass on the table.

        “What happened?” she asked.

        She knew the face he had. It meant that something had happened and others would die because of it.

        He grabbed her upper arm.

        “You’re going to the Bayou with me to find the Little Wolf. Your suspicions were right. That witch isn’t around, and vampires went after the Little Wolf. My dear sister lost her, and can’t seem to find her. You’re going to help,” he said with a growl.





        That night, they all stood by an old house by the Bayou woods, talking.

        “Tell me sister. How did you manage to lose the mother of my child?”

        “I had an arrow in my back. She was gone when I woke up. What do you think, Nik?”

        “If you would’ve been with her earlier, this wouldn’t have happened.”

        “Have you ever thought that I’m getting tired of being the babysitter all the time?”

        The human put herself between them and looked at them.

        “Can you two stop bickering already? You’re adding tension and stress to the situation that I don’t want right now. I’m going to see if I can find her. Try not to kill each other.”

        With that, she headed into the woods in search of the wolf and checked everywhere, including areas that could be used as somewhere to hide.





        An hour later, she found her out cold on her back on the ground.

        As soon as she saw her, she ran to and knelt by the werewolf. And as soon as she knelt by her, someone came out from the darkness.

        Feeling that someone was there, she looked up to see him.

        “Not who I was expecting, but you’ll do.”

        At vamp speed, he had her pinned, back against a tree, arm against her throat.

        “Nothing will delight me more than to see the Originals suffer. I hear one has a thing for you. After this, Agnes gets to deal with the werewolf and the spawn.”

        “Go to hell,” she said.

        A moment later, he vamped out and sunk his teeth into the side of her neck. She knew she wouldn’t be able to fight against this one, so she only hoped that Klaus and Rebekah would get there in time.





        When they smelled the flow of blood, they stopped bickering and used super speed, following the scent. For Rebekah, it was vamp speed and for Klaus, it was hybrid speed. Then, once they arrived, Rebekah went to make sure Hayley was okay, while Klaus took care of the vampire who didn’t last long against him. He soon ripped out the vamp's heart and dropped it, before looking at his sister.

        “Get the Little Wolf out of here, sister. I’ll deal with the body and take care of Katerina,” Klaus said.

        As soon as Rebekah and Hayley were out of sight, he went over and knelt by an out cold and bitten Katerina. He’d be happy to just let her die, but knew it would shatter Elijah. What he saw in her, Niklaus would probably never know. So, knowing that for Elijah he couldn’t let her die, he gently pulled her into his arms and bit his wrist. He then put it to her lips, making his blood go down her throat to heal her.





        The next day, when she woke up, she was in her and Elijah’s room in bed. She then saw that she was alone, so she figured that everyone had gone to take down the King of New Orleans. So, after getting to her feet, she went to the bathroom to get ready for the day.





        Once downstairs and fed, she walked into the parlor where Hayley was sitting in a chair with a book in hand, reading.

        “I see you’re feeling better,” the wolf commented.

        Kat sat on the couch and looked at her.

        “I am. I assume it was Rebekah?”

        “Actually, it was Klaus.”

        “He probably felt guilty for putting me in that mess then. Serves him right. He shouldn’t have drug me out to the Bayou with him. I would’ve been safe if he had just left me here.”

        She saw Hayley set the book down and look a bit on the pale side. So, not wanting anything to happen to her or that child, she approached the wolf.

        “Are you okay?”

        “I don’t know. It’s probably nothing, but I’m not feeling well all of a sudden. It’s probably just morning sickness.”

        She felt the wolf’s forehead with a hand.

        “You’re burning up. You need to lie down while I let them know.”

        Hayley got to her feet, not knowing why Katherine had to call them.

        Katherine helped her upstairs with an arm on her upper one and to her bed, before taking out her phone and calling Klaus.

        “This isn’t the time, luv.”

        “Well, you better make time, or you’re not going to be a dad. A witch did something. Now she’s burning up. You better speak to Sophie.”

        She heard him growl, before hanging up.





        That night, Elijah and Kat saved the child by getting her in the pool, while Klaus dealt with Agnes. Then, afterward, Elijah found Klaus and Agnes at the church and killed her for messing with his family.





        The next day, when she woke up, Kat had an urge, so she rushed to the bathroom and closed the door, before kneeling in front of the toilet where she threw up.

        A few minutes later, she heard a voice from the other side of the door.

        “Are you okay? Talk to me, Katerina.”

        She figured he must’ve heard her.

        “I’m fine, Elijah,” she said, knowing why she was feeling this way.

        She flushed the toilet and got to her feet, before cleaning up and getting ready for the day. She then opened the door to reveal her now boyfriend.

        “I have to tell you something, though I don’t know how this is possible. I haven’t felt like this since I had Nadia 500 years ago in Bulgaria. I know vampires can’t procreate, but I’m pregnant.”

        “Are you sure?”

        “Yes,” she replied, before wrapping her arms around his neck and looking up at him. They then kissed.

        They smiled, knowing that this was their second chance at a semi-happy life. Now to break the news to the family.





        “Welcome to the family,” was all Hayley said, after Elijah and the human told the family in the parlor.

        “What is this? An orphanage?” was all Rebekah said, before leaving the room.

        Kat figured that she was feeling left out, since she wasn’t human and couldn’t have kids like Hayley and Katherine were going to be doing. She kind of felt sorry for her, since she had barely had any happiness since becoming an Original vampire.

        “Well, as exciting as this has been, I have places to be,” Klaus said, before leaving the house.

        “That went well,” Kat commented.

        “It could’ve been worse. Call me if you need me,” he said.

        They kissed, before he left.





        Several months later, Klaus and Hayley’s child, Hope, was saved from the witches trying to sacrifice her and Hayley was a new hybrid. Hope was with Rebekah and it was coming close to Katerina having the child, which they decided on naming Khadija Petrova Mikaelson.





        When it was time, she decided to give birth in the Mikaelson family home. And after a few hours, she was born.

        Kat sat up in bed with her in her arms, and looked down at her.

        “Welcome to New Orleans, Khadija Petrova Mikaelson.”
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Without You (Kalijah)


*American Gothic*



If you had a choice

Then what would you choose…

To do

I could live without money

I could live without the pain

And if every day was sunny

I could live without the rain

And if I ever went up to heaven

I would fall right back down

That life wouldn’t be liven

‘Cause you’re the one

I couldn’t live without



        It was a beautiful day, as they stood in front of each other in a Pennsylvania alleyway.

        “Is that what I am to you? A means of survival?” he accused.

        “No. Of course, you’re not a means of survival. You looked out for me, when I had no one. You’ve given me a second chance now, when no one else will. I love you.” She rested a hand on the side of his face. “Elijah.”

        He turned his face away.

        She put her hand down.

        “You don’t believe me.”

        “I want to,” he replied, looking at her. “It’s my disease. I just keep wanting to believe you, but how can I when, at every turn, you give me a reason to doubt you? I don’t know you. I don’t think I ever will.” He began to walk away, but she caught up with him and put a hand on his arm. He looked at her hand on her arm and then her a couple of times.

        Getting the hint, she let go.

        “Goodbye, Katherine.”

        She could only watch, as he walked away.



If I couldn’t blink

Woulda still be able to see you

I coulda imagine

Ooohh

Without arms

Coulda reach

No way I could ever hold you

Uaahhh

I need these things

Like I need you

If you had a choice

What would you choose?



        Katherine found him that night and stood in front of him, blocking him from going anywhere.

        “Wait.”

        “What do you want?” he asked.

        “To tell you that you’re right. I’ve spent so much time running and lying just to survive, I—I’m starting to believe my own lies. I don’t even remember who I was when we first met. And I want to find out.”

        “How do I know this isn’t another lie? Katherine Pierce deceiving yet another man?”

        “Because I meant what I said about my feelings for you. And I’d like to think that you feel something for me too.” She took out the cure.

        “You have the cure.”

        “Yes, and I can shove this down Klaus’ throat and try to kill him, but even if I managed to do it, I’d lose you. And I don’t want that to happen.” She set it in his hand. “I need you to trust me. I want you to trust me. Just like I’m trusting you. You don’t owe me anything. I’m going to let you decide where we go from here.”

        He watched, as she walked away, before looking down at the cure.



I could live without money

I could live without the pain

And if every day was sunny

I could live without the rain

And if I ever went up to heaven

I would fall right back down

That life wouldn’t be liven

‘Cause you’re the one

I couldn’t live without



        Later that night, they stood in front of each other at the Mikaelson place.

        He rested a hand on the side of her face after telling her that he was leaving town.

        “It’s our turn, Elijah. Please,” she pleaded.

        “Katerina.” He looked at her for a moment, before kissing her on the forehead. “Goodbye, Katerina.”

        A moment later, he was gone.



*New Orleans*



Uaaahh

Ooohhhwaahhh

Hwawahh

If I couldn’t dream without

Believe that there could be

A you and me

And if I couldn’t see

Would you be able

To hear my melody

I know there’s something wrong

And I’m afraid

That you are moving on

How can I fly

When you are my wings?

I need these things

Like I need you



        After an entire summer of being alone and afraid and not knowing when an enemy would come around the next corner, if any, she decided to hot-wire a car and drive to New Orleans, taking a chance. She’d been mad after Elijah had left, and had thought Elena had had something to do with him abandoning her, so she’d taken it out on Elena and had tried to kill her. Because Elena didn’t want to die, she’d shoved the cure down her throat. Katherine hadn’t known that Elena had had the cure in her pocket. If she had, an entire different scenario would’ve played out. Since she had nowhere to go, and everyone nearly everywhere hated her, she decided to come to New Orleans. She hoped that it wouldn’t be a mistake. She needed Elijah now more than ever, even if being turned human was her fault.



If you had a choice

What would you choose?

I could live without money

I could live without the pain

And if every day was sunny

I could live without the rain

And if I ever went up to heaven

I would fall right back down

That life wouldn’t be liven

‘Cause you’re the one

I couldn’t live without



        Elijah was walking, heading home, when he smelled the familiar smell of Katerina mixed with human, blood, and smoke. Curious, he followed the scent trail, hoping no one was hurt. Especially, Katerina. If anything happened to her, he didn’t know what pieces of him would be left. Even though he’d left, he still loved her and would do anything for her, but he couldn’t abandon his family. He had to always choose family above love, he felt. Family was everything, even if she didn’t understand his faith in Klaus. He knew a part of her understood family though, even though her human family had been killed 500 years ago by Klaus. That was the night that had changed her into someone that wasn’t the Katerina he fell in love with. She was different now, but that didn’t mean he didn’t love her. She was just too complicated at times, which was why he had to leave her at the time. Because of complications, and because he felt like he still had to protect her from Klaus.



You can take it all

From me

It wouldn’t mean

Anything

Turn the whole world against me

As long as

You don’t leave

It’s getting hard for me to sleep

Even a part for me to breathe

I’m used to life with you

Tell me what I need to do



        Once he found the scene, he blurred to the car that had crashed into a streetlight pole and was on fire, her still inside. As soon as he was at her side of the car, he knew that it was Katerina. He forced the jammed door and gently pulled her into his arms, getting her out of the wreckage and ablazed car. Then, once he was a ways away from the car, he gently layed her down and assessed her injuries. It didn’t look bad. She was okay as far as injuries were concerned. There was blood on either side of her head and a few minor wounds, so they weren’t bad. The worst part had been the fire from the car, since he couldn’t hear anything from her. His heart sank, knowing this, but he knew he had to try.

        He bent down and kissed her, giving her some air, trying to revive her.



I could live without money

I could live without the pain

And if every day was sunny

I could live without the rain

And if I ever went up to heaven

I would fall right back down

That life wouldn’t be liven

‘Cause you’re the one

I couldn’t live without



        “Breathe, Katerina. Breathe. Come back to me,” he pleaded, as he tried to bring her back. He couldn’t lose her. He wouldn’t. Him leaving her couldn’t be the last memory he had of her. She had to live. “Don’t leave me, Katerina. Please.”



I could live without money

I could live without the pain

And if every day was sunny

I could live without the rain

And if I ever went up to heaven

I would fall right back down

That life wouldn’t be liven

‘Cause you’re the one

I couldn’t live without



        Twenty minutes later, she coughed, revived, and he rested a hand on the side of her face.

        “Katerina,” he said, glad that she’d be okay and was alive now.





        After she was taken care of by Rebekah upon Elijah’s request, she was good as new and they sorted things out and soon got back together.
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Never Let Me Go (Kalijah)


Looking up from underneath

Fractured moonlight on the sea

Reflections still look the same to me

As before I went under



        It was a dark night in New Orleans, as Katherine Pierce was rushed down the hall with a breathing mask on, out cold from the wounds she had received from the crash, having been found by Elijah Mikaelson, human and terribly injured.



And it’s peaceful in the deep

Cathedral where you cannot breathe

No need to pray, no need to speak

Now I am under all

And it’s breaking over me

A thousand miles down to the sea bed

Found the place to rest my head

Never let me go

Never let me go

Never let me go

Never let me go

And the arms of the ocean are carrying me

And all this devotion was rushing out of me

In the crushes of Heaven for a sinner like me

But the arms of the ocean delivered me



        Several hours later, after they had done what they could do for her, Elijah was seated on her bedside, his hand in hers, hoping for her to wake up soon. Because of the crash and her injuries, she was in critical condition. The doctors didn’t think she’d make it through the night. He knew he had to have faith, though.



Though the pressure’s hard to take

It’s the only way I can escape

It seems a heavy choice to make

And now I am under all

And it’s breaking over me

A thousand miles down to the sea bed

Found the place to rest my head

Never let me go

Never let me go

Never let me go

Never let me go

And the arms of the ocean are carrying me

And all this devotion was rushing out of me

In the crushes of Heaven for a sinner like me

But the arms of the ocean delivered me

And it’s over

And I’m going under

But I’m not giving up

I’m just giving in

I’m slipping underneath

So cold and sweet

And the arms of the ocean so sweet and so cold



        After a few months, she was no longer in critical condition and had woken up at last, to see Elijah there. That let her know that he still cared about her, no matter what.



And all this devotion I never knew at all

In the crushes of Heaven for a sinner released

And the arms of the ocean delivered me

Never let me go

Never let me go

Never let me go

Never let me go



        In the end, Kat and Elijah got back together, and she soon was back to normal.
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Time (Kalijah)


*1492*



Well, the streets are empty where we used to run

And the cars are all on fire

Yeah, we fall like leaves in the garden of

Eden…

Eden…

Now remember how it felt being in the sun

When I heard the ancient choir

In the dead of night like an angel

Singing…

Singing…



        It was a beautiful day, as she and Elijah played chase.

        “You’re meant to catch me,” she said with a laugh.

        “Well, if I catch you, then the game will be over,” he replied.

        They went and sat on a bench. She spoke of love to him and then said, “True love is not real unless it is returned. Do you agree?”

        “I do not believe in love, Katerina,” he replied.

        “That is too sad for me to accept, my Lord. If we cease to believe in love, then why would we want to live?”



Yeah, time doesn’t love you anymore

But I’m still knocking at your door

Honey we can run forever

If forever it’s what’s in store

Oh

Time

To take me home

On a tree in the garden

I carved your name

In a word is spelled desire

Like an ocean deep with the waters

Heaving

Heaving



        Katerina ran through the woods, having fled with the moonstone, having found out what they were and what Klaus wanted; needed to do to her during the ritual.





        After escaping and turning into a vampire, she arrived at her Bulgarian village, only to find her village slaughtered, including her family. She ran to where her mother lay and wept over her.



*American Gothic*



And the love pours down like a waterfall

And I can’t escape the tide

Here’s my hand, baby take it or

Leave it

Leave it

‘Cause time doesn’t love you anymore

But I’m still knocking on your door

Honey we can run forever

If forever it’s what’s in store



        It was a beautiful day, as she and Elijah met under a gazebo in Pennsylvania.

        “I’ve missed you,” he said.

        She smiled. “As have I.”



Oh

Time

To take me home

Home, home…

Now we’re too young to recognize

That nothing stays the same

Promise I won’t be the one to blame

‘Cause time doesn’t love you anymore

But I’m still knocking on your door

Honey we can run forever

If forever it’s what’s in store



        They stood in front of each other at the Mikaelson place.

        “It’s our turn, Elijah. Please,” she pleaded, wanting him to stay.

        He rested a hand on the side of her face. “Katerina.” For a moment, he looked at her. Then he said, “Goodbye, Katerina,” once he’d kissed her on the forehead. Then he was gone, but he wasn’t leaving her for good. He just had to once again, put his family before her.



*Always and Forever*



Oh,

Time doesn’t love you like I love you

So take me home

Home, home…

Let me hear you say

Let me hear you say



        It was a dismal night, as they stood in the plantation house, talking on his balcony, after he’d brought her to the house after getting her away from the witches. She was somehow pregnant with his child.

        “I will always protect you, Katerina,” he promised her, a hand on the side of her face.

        She smiled, knowing that he would never break promises.

        A moment later, they kissed.
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Tightrope (Kalijah)


*American Gothic*



I woke up before the sun

Chased your ghost across the yard

Through the fog and tumbling dark ‘til you were gone

Virginia

I can hardly breathe

I’ve forgotten how to sleep

And your face still haunts my dreams when I’m alone

So now I’m walking on a tightrope wire

Too far off the ground

I’m imagining the words you said when last I saw your mouth



        Elijah stood in front of her at the Mikaelson place. He’d just told her that he was leaving town.

        “It’s our turn, Elijah. Please,” she pleaded with him, trying to get him to stay, but to no avail.

        He rested a hand on the side of her face. “Katerina.” He looked at her in silence, before kissing her on the forehead. “Goodbye, Katerina.” Then he was gone.



*Graduation*



Yes

I’m walking on a tightrope wire

So afraid to fall

And I’d tell you that I miss you but I’m sure it doesn’t matter at all

The things I gave away

They’re not coming back for me

Should’ve learned from my mistakes but I never do

As I lay here all alone I hang up before I call

And admit to all my faults to pass the time

So now I’m walking on a tightrope wire

Too far off the ground

I’m imagining the words you said when last I saw your mouth



        After Elena shoved the cure down her throat and she woke up, she left the school, aimlessly limping around, not knowing where to go now that she was human. She knew everyone would hate her more once Elena told them all that she’d tried to kill her. She had to get out of town, but she didn’t know where. She thought about Elijah, but she didn’t know if he’d want her in town or to protect her. He’d left after all. She thought about calling, but decided not to.



*Always and Forever*



Yes

I’m walking on a tightrope wire

So afraid to fall

And I’d tell you that I miss you but I’m sure it doesn’t matter at all

There’s a place we used to go

Today I went alone

If there’s a message in this song

Well I don’t know

So now I’m walking on a tightrope wire

Too far off the ground

I’m imagining the words you said when last I saw your mouth



        After making up her mind, she went to New Orleans and walked through the streets in the French Quarter, asking around, trying to find someone that would know where the Mikaelsons were staying at. She needed to get a hold of Elijah, but she didn’t want to call, in case he was in the middle of something with Klaus.



Yes

I’m walking on a tightrope wire

So afraid to fall

And I’d tell you that I miss you but I’m sure

So now I’m walking on a tightrope wire

Too far off the ground

I’m imagining the words you said when last I saw your mouth

Yes

I’m walking on a tightrope wire

So afraid to fall

And I’d tell you that I miss you but I’m sure

And I’d tell you that I miss you but I’m sure it doesn’t matter at all



        After half a day of trying to get answers, she finally came upon an old witch friend of hers. Sophie. She got the address of where they were staying at and went over there. Then she knocked.

        A few minutes later, there stood Elijah.

        “Katerina?” he inquired, surprised to see her human.

        “Elijah,” she greeted. Then she summarized what had happened to her, knowing he didn’t know what had happened. Then she asked him for protection and a place to stay.

        “Of course, Katerina. I will always protect you. You know that,” he replied, and stepped aside.

        She walked inside and he closed the door behind her.
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The Unexpected (Kalijah)


A/N: Got this idea by reading a recent fanfic on fanfiction.net similar to this. Also, I’m pretending that Hayley and the pregnancy doesn’t exist.





        It was a dismal night, as a human Katherine entered the compound. She had some news that would definitely benefit Elijah, the other Mikaelsons, and herself. She and Elijah had had a thing before he’d left her. Elijah never knew, because he’d left. That, and because she’d been a vampire at the time. She had just recently found out that she was pregnant. Apparently, being a doppelganger made it possible.

        As she entered the compound, she didn’t know what she was walking into. No matter what though, she was there to let Elijah know. He was a good guy and she still loved him. He deserved to know that she was carrying his child. Besides, she hoped that there was a possibility that she and Elijah could mend what was broken between them.

        “Katerina?” she heard a voice from behind her say.

        She turned around to face him.

        “Elijah,” she greeted.

        Elijah suddenly realized that she was different.

        “You’re human,” he stated. “What are you doing here, Katerina?”

        “I need to tell you something,” she informed him.

        “What is it?” he questioned, though he assumed it was probably bad news, as it usually was with her.

        “After you left me for your brother yet again, I sort of tried to kill Elena. I thought she might have had something to do with you leaving. She shoved the cure down my throat, so that’s why I’m human. I recently learned from a witch that because I’m a doppelganger, it’s possible. I’m pregnant and It’s yours.”

        He was shocked, but also happy that maybe they’d get their own happiness.

        “Are you certain?” he inquired.

        “I am. Listen.”

        She stood just inches in front of him.

        He listened with vampire hearing and heard a heart within Katerina. That’s when he knew that she was telling the truth. She was definitely pregnant. He knew that as a human Katerina most likely wouldn’t have been with any guy after their break up, so he believed that it was his.

        Although he and Katerina both knew that Klaus probably would hate the idea of Katerina being here, Elijah accepted this news and said, “Welcome home, Katerina. You may pick any room you wish.”

        “Or you could let me stay with you,” she added.

        “Let’s not push it,” he replied.

        “Fair enough. Thanks, by the way,” she replied, before heading up the stairs to pick a room.





        After she picked a room, she closed the door and went to bed. After everything she’d been through after turning human unwillingly, she needed sleep. She was exhausted after all the crap she’d had to go through. Being human sucked for her, but thankfully she had Elijah still. Even if they couldn’t mend anything between them, she knew he’d protect her from danger, no matter what. They’d die for each other if it came down to it. Though he’d left, she knew he still loved her, as she did him. Besides, him leaving she knew was at least partly her fault. She’d lied to him a year ago, after all.





        When Klaus returned from being at the bar, he immediately could smell Katerina’s scent.

        Elijah stood in front of him, as soon as Klaus entered.

        “What is she doing here, Elijah?” Klaus questioned, clearly unhappy.

        “She’s here to stay as long as I allow it,” he informed his brother. “She’s pregnant with my child, because of what she is. She’s also human, which means she’s a part of this family now, so I expect you to be on your best behavior.”

        Rebekah entered, as Elijah explained the situation to Klaus.

        “Bloody hell,” she stated. “This family is dysfunctional as it is. Now Katherine’s going to be a part of this family, too?”

        After saying that, Rebekah went upstairs to her room, not wanting any part of what was going on.

        “Fine. I promise I won’t hurt her,” Klaus told Elijah, before going to his room, as well.





        The next day, Kat woke up and went downstairs to find the kitchen.

        After she’d had breakfast, she went to the parlor, assuming where she’d find Elijah or Klaus.

        Upon entering, she saw Klaus having a drink and sitting in the chair. Elijah wasn’t far from the drinking table.

        They looked at her, when she entered.

        “Good morning, Katerina. Sleep well?” Elijah greeted her.

        “I did, actually,” she replied. “So, any enemies we have to worry about or plot against?” she asked them both.

        “Not at the moment,” Elijah assured her.

        “Well, I’m celebrating the defeat of Dahlia and for the second time, the fall of our parents. You’re welcome to join me, Katerina,” Klaus told her and offered.

        “I think I’m gonna go out instead, but thanks for the offer.”

        She left the parlor and compound. She’d heard about Freya and Mikael’s close relationship. Now that Klaus had killed Mikael, she knew Freya had to be upset. Since she knew Freya was a witch, she knew where she’d be.

        She entered the cemetery and soon found her.

        Freya sensed a presence, so she looked to see the mother of Elijah’s unborn child.

        “You shouldn’t be here. You should go,” she told Katherine.

        The human approached where she was. She saw some ingredients on the rock.

        “Why would I leave? I came here to talk. I know what Klaus did to Mikael, but you need to look at it how Klaus and the rest of them do. They never knew Mikael as the kind father you knew. He was ruthless. He ruined their lives, just as Dahlia ruined yours. I’m not picking sides, but I understand what you’re feeling. I spent 500 years looking for a way to kill Klaus after he killed my mother. He slaughtered my village and family, but I was closest to my mother. I wanted revenge for what he did, but after I found out how to kill him, I let it go. Seeking my revenge wasn’t worth losing my vampire family I care about. Whatever revenge you may have planned, it’s not worth it. Even if you succeed, the three of them are thick as thieves when there’s a threat. You’ll lose one way or another. Take it from me. It’s best to grieve and move on. Live your life. I know Klaus as well as I know myself. He doesn’t take it well when family betrays him. I don’t like betrayal either,” she told her.

        Freya watched her leave, and knew that Katherine was right. Revenge wasn’t the answer.





        Kat was on her way back to the compound, when she suddenly started to feel not so good. She put a hand on the wall of the building to stay on her feet. Then everything went black.





        An hour later, Elijah decided to go find Katerina. When he did and came upon her, he blurred to her side and pulled her gently into his arms. He then assessed her and realized that she was pale, though she wasn’t injured. That’s when he realized that it could be their child. She was human, and he was a vampire. They didn’t know the species of their child yet. If it was a vampire or even half vampire, it made sense to him what was happening to her. If that was the case, he knew that this pregnancy was dangerous for her.

        He got to his feet with her in his arms, and blurred home.





        Once he’d layed her down in his bed, he called Freya, hoping that she’d help him. He couldn’t bear to lose her.





        Freya was on her way home, when she got a call from Elijah.

        “Yes, brother?”

        “I need your help. I’m afraid Katerina may be in danger. I found her on the street. She’s not injured, but yet something is wrong. I fear that our child has done this to her.”

        “Stay with her. I’ll see what I can do,” Freya replied, before hanging up.





        Once in the room, she realized what Elijah was talking about. She wasn’t injured, but something was definitely wrong. That’s when she realized that this child inside her wasn’t a normal human child. This child was at least half vampire, and it was feeding on Katherine’s human blood.

        Freya approached her bedside and looked at her brother.

        “I know she used to be a vampire, so how did she get turned back into a human?”

        “The cure for vampirism got shoved down her throat,” he answered her.

        “Do you know if she can digest vampire blood? She needs blood one way or another. Without it, this baby is going to kill her. It’s feeding on her blood,” she explained to him.

        “I can try, but no one knows if there are any consequences with the cure,” he informed her.

        He bit his wrist and put it to her lips, making a small amount of his blood go down her throat. He then took his wrist away, and they both realized that she couldn’t digest it, when it didn’t stay down.

        “We’ll have to do it the old-fashioned way,” Freya commented.





        After she’d told Rebekah what was happening, and Rebekah had brought what was needed, Freya did the blood transfusion. She used her own blood, since she was the only Mikaelson that was human. She knew it was best to give her human blood, instead of vampire blood.

        After she finished, Elijah thanked her, and Freya left the room, going to her bedroom to rest.





        Elijah sat on her bedside, his hand on hers, looking down at her, waiting for her to awaken. He hoped that she’d be okay. He couldn’t bear it if he lost her. Yes, he’d left, but he was here now. No matter what, even if they were miles apart, he’d be there for her. She was his world. He’d only left, because he hadn’t wanted to choose between Klaus or her. He hadn’t given up on their relationship or her. He’d just needed space to decide what to do, and he’d had to help Klaus win New Orleans back as king. He’d promised himself that he’d return when it was all said and done, but Katerina had beat him to it, when she’d shown up, pregnant with his child, as well as human.

        He rested his hand on the side of her face.

        “Katerina, can you hear me?” he called to her, trying to wake her up. Though she looked fine now, he had to know that she was truly okay.





        When she woke up about an hour later, she saw that she was in Elijah’s room in his bed. She also saw that Elijah was on her bedside, worried, and she noticed that she was okay.

        “How do you feel?” he asked her.

        “Good as new,” she answered him.

        “Katerina, we need to figure out what we’re going to do. Our child could kill you. It nearly did today. I can’t lose you. I won’t.”

        “There’s nothing we can do. All we can do is take this one day at a time,” she replied. She knew there wasn’t much they could do. She was a human carrying a child that was at the least, half vampire. There was no telling what would happen to her after she came to term. She wouldn’t lie. She knew she had a fifty-fifty chance at surviving this pregnancy. There were no guarantees.

        He looked at her silently, knowing she was right. All they could do was go one day at a time. He still didn’t want to lose his Katerina, though. She was his world and he was hers, no matter what.

        “Get some rest, Katerina.”

        He got up, kissed her lightly on the forehead, and left the room, closing the door behind himself.

        She watched him go and then did as he asked of her.





        Elijah was in the parlor, having a shot glass of bourbon, when Rebekah walked in and poured herself a shot glass of bourbon, too.

        “How’s the original doppelganger with your bun in her oven? Not that I care or anything.”

        Elijah looked at her.

        “She’ll be fine,” he replied. He knew she despised Katerina, so he knew Rebekah was just playing nice.

        The blonde didn’t show it, but she was happy that Katherine was okay. She despised her, but she wouldn’t want Elijah to lose the love of his life or the child. She’d had too many lifetimes of her happiness being stolen away. She’d hate for the same to happen to Elijah. He sacrificed everything, instead of allowing himself to have happiness so that their family could maybe one day be redeemed. He deserved to be happy after everything he’d lost.

        She sat down on the couch and began to drink her shot glass of bourbon.





        It was a beautiful day, as the human went downstairs. She was ready for the day and had already eaten earlier.

        Upon entering the parlor, she saw an old ally of hers. Marcel. They’d been allies after Mikael had burned the city to the ground in 1918, but they’d lost touch since then.

        “Look who decided to become human. Long time no see, Katherine,” he greeted, when she entered.

        She gave him a smile.

        “It’s nice to see you, too.”

        Klaus looked at them from where he sat on the couch with a shot glass of bourbon.

        “I was unaware you knew each other.”

        “It’s been since the 90’s that we’ve seen each other, but yes. We know each other. I helped him get tourists back to this city. I knew about what Mikael did and wanted to help bring it back to life. When I found out how Marcel was controlling the witches though, I brought you to town, so you could take back the city. If Marcel wasn’t controlling the city, the witches would be free. I don’t appreciate witches being controlled. One of them was a good friend of mine,” she explained.

        “You could’ve told me, you know,” Marcel told her.

        She looked at him.

        “Why? Why waste my breath? You’re too much like Klaus. You never would’ve listened to me.”

        Marcel was silent, knowing she was right.





        The months passed quickly it seemed, and she gave birth to Elijah’s child. They named their child Kalila which meant dearly loved. Though Kalila was healthy, because the mother was human, she had to be tended to, since their baby was half vampire and half human. Kat did survive the birth, though.





        It was a dismal night, as Klaus surveyed the art at the art gallery. There’d been a few murders recently that were odd, but he didn’t really care. They were only humans, after all.

        Klaus looked up from a painting, suddenly sensing someone there. That’s when he saw an old friend whom he’d turned.

        Klaus approached Lucien.

        “What are you doing here?” he needed to know, afraid of whoever else may have come to town. Katerina had just had Kalila not long ago. Now was not the time for enemies to start showing up.

        “Don’t worry. I’m here as a friend,” Lucien assured him. “I need to talk to you in private.”

        Klaus’ interest was piqued.

        “What’s this about?”

        “Come with me and you’ll find out.”

        Klaus accepted and followed Lucien.





        Lucien entered the penthouse suite he was staying at and invited Klaus inside. Then he grabbed himself a shot glass of bourbon, took a sip, and sat on the couch, as he spoke.

        “I have a credible witch on my side that has told me of a prophecy. We don’t know much, but it involves you and your family. It states that you will all fall. I’ve come to this glorious city to help you.”

        Klaus became worried with this news. If his family ceased to exist, so would vampires. Katerina would be all alone to raise Kalila and have to fend for them both.

        “I don’t want your help,” he retorted.

        Lucien took a sip and looked at his sire.

        “But you need it.”

        Klaus accepted after considering. Then he headed home. He had to tell Freya about this prophecy. If she could find out more about the prophecy, she could shed some light onto this situation.





        Katherine was in the parlor with Elijah, when Klaus came home and called a family meeting. Then everyone met upstairs.

        After he informed them of what Lucien had said, Freya did a spell to find out more about the prophecy. And she did find out more.

        Freya spoke.

        “You will all fall. One by love, one by friend, and one by foe.”

        Freya stopped the spell.

        “We can prevent this, right?” Katherine said, not wanting anything to happen to the Mikaelsons.

        “We can try,” Freya replied.

        “Well, one thing is for certain,” Klaus commented. “I think we all know the last part of the prophecy is me.”

        Katherine having already interpreted that, looked at her former enemy she’d come to know as a friend.

        “Don’t worry. I won’t let anything happen to you or your family. And if it comes down to a fight, I’ll gladly fight at your side.”

        They gave a smile at each other, glad that they were on the same side for once.





        After finding out that Tristan and then Aurora were in town, and once Aurora found out what Katherine meant to Elijah, Aurora captured her and left her at the gym with a few guys that were in transition. This was Aurora’s game. She wanted to see if Elijah could find her in time. She was still mad at Elijah for compelling her when she was human. This was part of her punishment for him. She had more in store for him, though.





        It was a dismal night, as Elijah searched for Katerina. He’d been looking since that afternoon once he’d gotten Aurora’s message.





        Meanwhile, Katherine had staked two of the guys, but was now being fed on. She knew as a human, she couldn’t stop a vampire from feeding on her, so she could only hope to be found before it was too late.





        Half an hour later, when Elijah smelled the mixed scents of human blood, Katerina and vampire, he followed the scent trail.

        A few minutes later, he was inside the gym and saw a vampire feeding on his Katerina.

        In an instant, he ripped his heart out and dropped it. The vampire fell to the floor, dead, and Elijah caught Katerina from hitting the floor.

        “Stay with me, Katerina.”

        He gently picked her up in his arms and blurred home.





        Once he was home and had her on their bed, Rebekah tended to her upon his request and, a few minutes later, she was good as new.





        A few days later, Klaus and Aurora fought after Freya had been rescued from the box Aurora had buried underground. When Aurora saw Elijah in a distance, she shot him, but Katherine was there to pull the bullet out, saving him from dying by a White Oak bullet.

        Soon enough, Aurora was taken down, as was Tristan and, soon after, when he turned himself into a weapon, Lucien was also taken down. The prophecy still remained, though.





        Several weeks after the fall of Aurora, Tristan and Lucien, it was revealed that the prophecy spoke of Marcel. Marcel turned himself into a weapon against them after the death of Davina. Then the night of the showdown happened.

        Katherine entered the compound to see Marcel bite Kol and Elijah and throw Klaus. Klaus hit a pillar, which broke half way with the force.

        Katherine approached, as she yelled at Marcel.

        “Enough!”

        Kat stood in front of Marcel.

        “What the hell do you think you’re doing?”

        “I think you know what I’m doing, Katherine,” Marcel replied. “I’m doing the world a favor. Everything they touch, eventually dies. Besides, it’s Kol’s fault that Davina is dead and Freya’s fault that we couldn’t bring Davina back. This is their punishment.”

        “I’ve had enough of you. You take over our home and turn yourself into a weapon against the closest people I have to a family and you bite a couple of them, knowing there isn’t a cure. If they die, I’m going to become your worst nightmare,” she threatened with venom in her voice. Then she walked over to Elijah and put an arm around him, helping him to his feet and he put an arm around her shoulders. She then looked at Klaus whom was now getting to his feet. “Get Kol. I’ll be right behind you with Elijah.”

        Klaus went over and helped Kol up and together, the Originals and human left the compound and went to the penthouse, where Kat had left Kalila with Freya.





        Soon, they entered the penthouse and with Freya and Katherine together, they tried to find a cure, or maybe even a way to save them, so Freya put them all under a sleeping spell to save her family and herself.





        Later that night, Katherine left New Orleans with Kalila in her baby seat in the passenger’s seat of a semi-truck, the Mikaelson siblings in the back in their coffins, asleep, all of them except for Freya, with a dagger in them. This was the only way to save them from dying, and so, Klaus had given himself up to Marcel to keep Marcel from hunting his siblings down, and Katherine was searching high and low for a cure.





        Three years later, she’d found a cure, so she left Kalila on the outskirts of New Orleans with an elderly werewolf named Mary, while she put the Mikaelson siblings inside a warehouse in an abandoned area of New Orleans.

        Once she’d had them inside and she’d caught a certain werewolf, so the cure could be created, she woke Freya up whom then began the spell, creating the cure. Then, once the cure was created, Katherine took a vial of it and gave it to Elijah first, before pulling the dagger out. Then she did the same for Rebekah and lastly, Kol.





        Once they were cured and had fed, Katherine left the warehouse and headed to the French Quarter to save Klaus.





        Klaus had shackles on his wrists and was weak from starvation, as he stood in a circle with Alistair, one of his sired vampires. He refused to show any weakness, though. He wouldn’t satisfy his enemies by letting them see how weak he was.

        Marcel stood not far from the circle, as Alistair faced off with Klaus. Alistair had a sword in hand which, in secret, Marcel had told Alistair that the tip had his venom on it.

        Klaus got ready for a fight, expecting one, but then Alistair was magically thrown out of the circle and the sword fell to the ground.

        The sire line that was in the compound, looked to see the newcomer. Some were a little uneasy, knowing exactly who she was, even though she was a human.

        “You’ve come back,” Marcel stated.

        “I have. I’m ready to rescue Klaus.” She stood by the circle that Klaus was standing in and addressed the vampires. “Now, if any of you want to take a shot, I assure you that you’ll lose. Never mess with an angry mother. Especially, me. If you value your lives, you’ll leave now and never return to New Orleans.” She was satisfied when they all left in a blur, and she gave a smile at that. She then looked at Marcel. “You wanna fight me on this? Go ahead. You’ll never win. In fact, I know exactly how to stop you.” She magically broke one of his legs, making him fall to the ground in pain. Then she magically turned him back into a normal vampire. When she’d finished with that and had killed Alistair, she turned to the circle and took the barrier away. Then she took the chains off of him and put an arm around Klaus. “Let’s go home.”

        Klaus wasn’t in the mood to argue about anything, so he put an arm around her shoulders, letting her help him.





        After he’d fed and had recovered, she brought him home and, though Klaus stayed at the house, Kol and Rebekah left New Orleans to travel together and Elijah and Katherine left New Orleans with Kalila to go explore together. She and Elijah wanted to go somewhere to start fresh where they wouldn’t encounter any enemies. And so, that’s exactly what they did, and everyone had happy lives. Klaus even killed Marcel once and for all and got the compound back.
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Save Us (Kat, Niklaus, Rebekah, Elijah, and Hayley


Katerina



        It’s a dark night in Mystic Falls, Virginia as I enter the boarding house. I’m human now, so I’m not exactly keeping track of my vampire family. No one’s in the living room, so I can only assume that Damon, Elena, and Stefan aren’t home right now.

        I have just poured myself a shot glass of bourbon and am sipping it, seated on the couch, when my phone rings. I take my phone out and smile, when I see the caller ID.

        “Elijah. This is unexpected. What’s wrong?” I say, knowing him being in New Orleans keeps him occupied. Plus, Elijah never calls me. That means something must be wrong.

        “I need your help, Katerina,” he informs me. He then explains to me the Celeste and sibling problem he’s having. He explains that Niklaus and Rebekah have been taken and Celeste is behind it all. He also informs me that she used witch magic to put witch names all over his body.

        “I’m coming. I’ll be there as soon as I can,” I answer. “But there’s something you need to know.”

        “What is it, Katerina?”

        “I need to let you know that I’m human. I got the cure shoved down my throat. Now I’m dying. When this is all over, I need a witch to help me.”

        “Oh, Katerina,” is all he can say.





        As I drive my SUV, I want to kill Celeste for what she has done to Rebekah. I don’t and never have cared about Klaus, but I do care about Rebekah. And as I drive, Elijah goes on to tell me that he doesn’t know what state Klaus is in, but a pack of werewolves bit Rebekah. I then ask him to name the names of the witches Celeste put all over his body. We then realize that there’s one witch not on his body.

        “I know what she’s holding them. I’ll get them out of there. You stay and keep Hayley out of danger. I’ll meet you there as soon as I can. I love you, Elijah.”

        “I love you too, Katerina.”

        We hang up.





        As soon as I arrive in New Orleans, I head towards the abandoned hospital. I have a feeling that Celeste has them there. The witch, Genevieve, was a nurse there and Rebekah helped her help the epidemic patients back in 1918.





        When I enter the old hospital, I walk silently down the hallways, looking for them.

        “Klaus?” I call for him. “Klaus, where are you?”

        A moment later, I find him in a room lying on a slab of pavement.

        I go to and kneel down at his right side.

        “Klaus?” I gently call to him.

        Nothing. He must be out cold.

        I pat his left cheek, trying to wake him up.

        “Klaus, wake up. It’s me. Can you hear me? Come on. You have to wake up.”

        When he doesn’t, I realize that something is wrong. I then see that it looks like someone stabbed him with something. So, using my Traveler magic, I concentrate, closing my eyes, resting a gentle hand on his chest, and think about getting whatever it is, out of him.

        A few minutes later, a knife is in my hand and his wound is healed. I then put the knife in my purse and get to my feet, before trying again.

        “Klaus, wake up. Klaus,” I call to him gently.

        A moment later, he groans, as he starts to come to.



Niklaus



        When I wake up, I still feel weak, but I don’t feel the knife inside me. I then see Katerina.

        “Katerina?” I question her.

        “It’s me. I just saved your life.”

        “Why?” I ask her, knowing that after everything I have done to her for the past 500 years, she would never help me, much less save my life. Unless she needs me for something, of course.

        “Because Elijah called me. You should go. I have to find Rebekah.”

        Even though I don’t have all of my strength back yet, I have the hospital without looking back. I know Katerina will find her and bring her safely home. Katerina is many things, but she doesn’t have it in her to do anything to my sister.



Katerina



        When I find Rebekah, I run towards her and look down at her in worry. She’s out cold, sweaty, and on her back on a bed.

        I take Klaus’ blood out of my purse and open the vial. I then sit on her bedside and sit her up against me gently. I then put the vial to her lips, making it go down her throat to cure her.

        Once it’s finished, I set it down on the table by the bed. I then lay her gently back down on the bed and get off the bed, looking down at her.



Rebekah



        When I wake up, I feel better than before I had blacked out earlier. I then see Katherine standing at my left bedside.

        “Katherine?”

        “It’s me. How do you feel?”

        “Better. What the bloody hell are you doing here?” I question her, as I slowly sit up.

        "Elijah called me and asked me for help in finding you and Klaus. If we hurry, we can catch up with me before he gets home. Plus, he’s still weak from what Celeste or whoever did to him. But there’s only me, and I can’t help both of you at the same time, so I told him to start heading home,” she explains.

        “Then let’s get out of this God forsaken place,” I reply, getting to my feet.

        It isn’t long before we catch up with Nik and get home, where we’re welcomed back by Elijah, Hayley, and Marcel. I then go fetch some blood bags, so I can get my strength back. I don’t look it, but I’m still weak from what I’ve just been through.



Niklaus



        I turn to look at Katerina.

        “Care to tell us why exactly you’ve come here, Katerina? You and me both know we don’t like each other. Why would you help me? Why come to New Orleans?”

        “I already told you most of it when I rescued you. The other reason is that the cure got shoved down my throat. Now I’m dying. I need a witch to do a spell for me,” she replies.

        Looking at her, I realize that she’s telling the truth. She’s human. She still looks young, but she has grown to having gray hair.

        “Oh, Katerina,” I say.

        I turn away from her and head for the stairs. I lean heavily against the railing, as I start to head up the stairs.

        “Let me help,” she says, before putting an arm around me and helping me.

        I silently let her, and we head for my room, stopping once I’m in my bed.

        “I’ll get you some blood. You need your strength back and mine probably won’t taste good. That, and before Damon fed me to Silas, the cure was still in me. I don’t know if it still is or not, but I do know that I can’t digest vampire blood. If I can’t get a witch to help me, I’m a lost cause. So, if there’s a part of you that cares; a part that has some humanity, do me a favor. Promise me that you won’t kill Nadia if she comes here looking for me,” she says.

        “Who’s Nadia exactly?” I ask her.

        “My long-lost daughter. When Silas was alive, she kept me safe, even when I didn’t know who she was. She found me after less than 500 years of searching for me. She’s all I have left of my family, Klaus. I didn’t even know she was alive, because I couldn’t find her in 1498. I searched every village in Bulgaria, but she wasn’t there. I didn’t get reunited with my daughter for her to get killed by my greatest enemy. Please. Consider this my dying wish.”

        I can tell that she’s practically begging me to spare her only child. So, knowing what I’ve cause her and what it feels like now to have a child, I decide to honor her wish.

        “I promise you, Katerina, that not harm will come to Nadia, as long as my family and I exist,” I answer her.

        “Thank you. I’ll be back with blood for you.”

        A few minutes later, she comes back with a cup of blood and hands it to me.

        I take it and start to sip it.

        “I’ll be back later to see how you’re doing,” she says, before walking out of my room.



Elijah



        When Katerina rejoins us and tells us the whole situation, it makes me wonder why she didn’t come to us sooner.

        “I need someone to come with me in case something or someone tries anything.”

        She looks between Marcel, Hayley, and I.

        I’m about to volunteer, when Hayley speaks.

        “The cemetery has a spell on it, so I should go. I’m the only one here that’s not a vampire or a hybrid.”

        “Be careful,” I say.

        “We’ll be careful,” Katerina promises me.

        I watch, as she and Hayley walk off to go help Katerina.



Hayley



        Katherine and I are silent, as we walk towards where the witches are at in the cemetery. I don’t like going back there where they threatened to kill my baby and myself a few weeks ago, but no vampire can enter or leave this cemetery. So, I’m stuck helping her. Besides, I’m probably the only one the witches aren’t afraid of and won’t kill.





        We walk inside to see Monique by a table.

        She looks at us.

        “Who’s this? What are you doing here?” she asks me.

        “Monique, this is Katherine. She needs help and you’re the only one that can help her,” I reply.

        Katherine walks towards her until she’s in front of the table.

        “I need you to do a spell for me. There has to be something you can do to stop me from growing old faster than usual. If not, maybe you can do what’s called the Immortal spell. My ally in Mystic Falls did it once. You should be able to, too. But only as a last resort. I don’t want to die. It’s too soon. I just got my daughter back. I don’t want to lose or leave Nadia again. I have her a promise that I will always be there for her, and I intend to keep that promise. Please,” she tells her.

           



        After searching in spell books for a while, she does a spell which restores her how she was. It makes her a vampire again.

        Afterward, she looks at Monique.

        “Thank you.”

        I follow Katherine out, glad to be out of there.

        “So, you’ll be leaving then?” I ask her, as we head back to the Originals’ family home.

        “Not right away, no. I need to know where Elijah and I stand first. I need to know if he’ll be going back. By the looks of things, he’ll be staying. Which means that Nadia will come looking for me here. If Elijah stays, I’m staying for good. Nadia’s feeling protective just like any child, so she’ll be coming to look after me. Even if she does though, I don’t have to worry. Klaus has given me a promise that he won’t kill Nadia. I made him promise, knowing I was dying. And considering I saved his and Rebekah’s life tonight, he owes me their lives. Klaus is many things, but he is not that much of a monster. He doesn’t break promises,” she explains to me.



Katerina



        When we get home, Hayley goes to bed, and I stay in Elijah’s room with my favorite Original. I tell him everything and I decide to stay. So, we all live as happily ever after as we can, with Klaus and Rebekah getting their full strength back. Also, just as I predicted, Nadia comes to live with us and war between us and Celeste continues.
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Stay (Kalijah)


*American Gothic*



All along it was a fever

A cold sweat hot-headed believer

I threw my hands in the air, said, “Show me something.”

He said, “If you dare, come a little closer.”

Round and around and around and around we go

Oh now, tell me now, tell me now, tell me now you know

Not really sure how to feel about it

Something in the way you move

Makes me feel like I can’t live without you

It takes me all the way

I want you to stay



        It was a dismal night, as Katherine stood in front of him after their argument that day.

        “What do you want?” he asked.

        “To tell you that you’re right. I’ve spent so much time running and lying just to survive I—I’m starting to believe my own lies. I don’t even remember who I was when we first met. And I want to find out.” She set the cure in his hand. “I need you to trust me. I want you to trust me. Just like I’m trusting you. You don’t owe me anything. I’m going to let you decide where we go from here.”



It’s not much of a life you’re living

It’s not just something you take, it’s given

Round and around and around and around we go

Oh now, tell me now, tell me now, tell me now you know

Not really sure how to feel about it

Something in the way you move

Makes me feel like I can’t live without you

Yeah, it takes me all the way

I want you to stay



        Later that night, Elijah stood in front of her at the Mikaelson place in Mystic Falls, hating what he was going to do. He’d promised a long time ago to always protect her, but now he figured that she no longer needed protected. She’d be fine without him. Besides, he was only one phone call away if she ever needed him. Surely, she’d call him if she needed help, right? He could only hope that this wasn’t a mistake and that she would someday forgive him for this.

        “It’s our turn, Elijah. Please,” she pleaded, once he’d told her that he was leaving town to go help Klaus in New Orleans.

        “Katerina,” he said with a hand on the side of her face. He kissed her on the forehead. “Goodbye, Katerina.”

        A moment later, he was gone.



*Always and Forever*



Ooh, ooh, ooh, the reason I hold on

Ooh, ooh, ooh, ‘cause I need this hole gone

Funny you’re the broken one but I’m the only one who needed saving

‘Cause when you never see the light it’s hard to know which one of us is caving

Not really sure how to feel about it

Something in the way you move

Makes me feel like I can’t live without you

Yeah, it takes me all the way

I want you to stay, stay

I want you to stay, oooh



        It was a dismal night in New Orleans, as she sat in the driver’s side of the car, having crashed it into a streetlight pole, injuring herself in the process. She’d lost a lot of blood with blood on either side of her head and a shard of glass protruding from her abdomen and one shard of glass stabbed into her thigh, which had opened up an artery. She was barely conscious, but everything began to go black as the minutes passed.





        Elijah was walking, heading home, when he smelled the familiar scents of human, Katerina, and blood, when he was in a desolate area of the Quarter. So, wondering why she’d be in the same town as his brother, he went in search of Katerina, only to find that she was human and had wrecked a car, and that she was human. He knew now that he’d been wrong that she’d be fine without him. She’d clearly lost a lot of blood.

        He blurred to the driver’s side and forced the jammed door open.

        “Katerina.” He could tell that she was dying from her injuries and blood loss and was just moments from going fully under. He pulled the shards of glass out and tossed them to the floorboard. He then gently picked her up in his arms. “Stay with me, Katerina,” he pleaded, before blurring off towards the only working hospital.





        Half an hour later, he watched as she was rushed down the hall at the hospital.





        A few hours later, after surgery, she was put in a recovery room, so now he was seated on her bedside, waiting for her to wake up, knowing that she’d be okay now. It had been a close call, but he’d gotten to her just in time to save her. He didn’t know what would happen if he lost her for good. She was the love of his life. He couldn’t lose her. He loved her so much that he would rather die than to live in a world without her. She was his whole world, excluding his family.
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Somebody To Die For (Kalijah)


*American Gothic*



I could drag you from the ocean

I could pull you from the fire

And when you’re standing in the shadows

I could open up the sky

And I could give you my devotion

Until the end of time

And you will never be forgotten

With me by your side

And I don’t need this life

I just need…



        Katherine stood in front of him in an alleyway in Pennsylvania that day.

        “Is that what I am to you? A means of survival?” he inquired of her.

        “No. Of course you’re not a means of survival. You looked out for me when I had no one. You’ve given me a second chance now, when no one else will.” She rested a hand on the side of his face. “I love you. Elijah.”

        He turned his head away.

        She put her hand down. “You don’t believe me.”

        He looked at her. “I want to. It’s my disease. I just keep wanting to believe you, but how can I when, at every turn, you give me a reason to doubt you? I don’t know you. I don’t think I ever will.” He began to walk away.

        She stood there for a moment, before catching up with him and putting a hand on his arm.

        He looked at the hand on his arm and then her a couple times, which gave her the hint to let go. She did so and he told her, “Goodbye, Katherine.” Then he walked away.



*Always and Forever/I Know What You Did Last Summer*



I’ve got nothing to live for

Got no reason yet to die

But when I’m standing in the gallows

I’ll be staring at the sky

Because no matter where they take me

Death I will survive

And I will never be forgotten

With you by my side

‘Cause I don’t need this life

I just need…

Somebody to die for

Somebody to die for



        It was a dismal night in New Orleans, as she lay on the ground, not far from the car crash, very injured. She’d crashed the car she’d hot-wired to get here, into a streetlight pole. Now she was very injured, though she’d tried to get away from the scene. It hadn’t worked though, because she was just too injured to do so. This was the farthest she could go. As she lay there on her back, everything began to go black. She didn’t fight it, since there wasn’t much she had left. Elijah was all that was left in her life.





        Half an hour later, when Elijah was walking down a sidewalk, heading home, and was in a desolate area, he smelled Katerina. Curious of why she was in town, he went to investigate, only to find a car crashed into a streetlight pole and Katerina on her back on the ground, injured. Since she was quite injured, he knew that she was human. He also knew her well enough to know that if she was human, someone had shoved the cure down her throat, which meant that she was most likely in town for his help.

        He blurred to her side and knelt down. He then rested a gentle hand on the side of her pale face.

        “Katerina. Can you hear me, Katerina?” he called to her.

        When he didn’t get a reply of any kind, he took his hand away and gently pulled her into his arms. He then pulled the shard of glass out of her lower stomach, and the other one out of her thigh, which had opened up an artery. Then he bit his wrist and put it to her lips, making his blood go down her throat, hoping it would heal her, and that she could digest it.

        “Please, stay with me, Katerina,” he pleaded, though he didn’t know if she could hear him or not.



When I’m lonely

When I’m standing in the fire

I will look him in the eye

And I will let the devil know that

I was brave enough to die

And there’re no hell he can show me

That’s deeper than my pride

‘Cause I will never be forgotten

Forever I’ll fight



        When her wounds healed, it relieved him and he took his wrist away, which instantly healed. Then he gently picked her up in his arms and headed to the plantation house. There was no other place that he could take her. Besides, he figured that Klaus wouldn’t harm her as long as he asked him not to.



And I don’t need this life

I just need…

Somebody to die for

Somebody to die for

When I’m lonely

And I don’t need this life

I just need…

Somebody to die for

Somebody to die for

When I’m lonely

Don’t go gentle into that good night

Rage on against the dying light



        Once home, he gently layed her down on his bed in his room and sat on her bedside, a hand on hers and his other one on the side of her face, waiting for her to wake up, now that he knew that she’d be okay. He was glad that she’d be okay. If anything happened to her while he was gone, he didn’t think he’d ever forgive himself for not being there for her, when she needed him the most. He was here for her now, though. She was human. She needed him. He knew that if he wasn’t there, she’d die soon enough. She had too many enemies, just like his family did. If they found out that she was human and she wasn’t protected, she’d be in deep danger. He had to protect her; he wanted to protect her. No matter what had happened between them nearly a year ago, he’d never wish death upon her. She was the love of his life.
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Nothing Goes As Planned (Kalijah)


*American Gothic*



Nothing goes as planned

Everything will break

People say goodbye

In their own special way

All that you rely on

And all that you can fake

Will leave you in the morning

But find you in the day

Oh, you’re in my veins

And I cannot get you out

Oh, you’re all I taste

At night inside of my mouth

Oh, you run away

‘Cause I am not what you found



        They stood in front of each other at the Mikaelson place in Mystic Falls. He’d just told her that he was leaving to follow Klaus to New Orleans to help him out there.

        “It’s our turn, Elijah. Please,” she pleaded with him.

        He rested a hand on the side of her face. “Katerina.” He kissed her on the forehead. “Goodbye, Katerina.” Then he was gone.



Oh, you’re in my veins

And I cannot get you out

Everything will change

Nothing stays the same

Nobody here’s perfect

Oh, but everyone’s to blame

Oh, all that you rely on

And all that you can save

Will leave you in the morning

And find you in the day



        Katherine was angry that Elijah left and brokenhearted. Since she thought that Elena had some fault with him leaving when Elena had had her humanity off, she ambushed Elena in the hallway of the Mystic High and tried to kill her. Before she could kill Elena though, Elena shoved the cure down her throat, which turned her human.



*Always And Forever*



Oh, you’re in my veins

And I cannot get you out

Oh, you’re all I taste

At night inside of my mouth

Oh, you run away

‘Cause I am not what you found

Oh, you’re in my veins

And I cannot get you out

(No, I cannot get you out)

(No, I cannot get you)

(Oh no, I cannot get you out)

(No, I cannot get you)

Everything is dark

It’s more than you can take

But you catch a glimpse of sun light

Shining, shining down on your face

Your face

Oh your face



        After an entire summer of being afraid and homeless and hungry, she finally made up her mind and went to New Orleans. So, within a few hours or so, she was on the Mikaelson doorstep at the plantation house.

        She knocked on the door and soon, it opened to reveal Elijah.

        “Katerina?” he questioned her.

        She explained to him that she was angry and had tried to kill Elena, thinking she had some fault in him leaving and then told him that Elena shoved the cure down her throat. Then she asked for his protection, which, though he didn’t trust her, he granted her, not wanting anything to happen to her. He knew that she had quite a lot of enemies and if said enemies found out that she was human and she didn’t have any protection, she’d surely die. He then let her in.



Oh, you’re in my veins

And I cannot get you out

Oh, you’re all I taste

At night inside of my mouth

Oh, you run away

‘Cause I am not what you found

Oh, you’re in my veins

And I cannot get you out

(No)

No, I cannot get you out

(Oh, you’re in my veins)

No, I cannot get you out

Oh no, I cannot get you



        A few weeks or so, after he promised to protect her when she came to the Mikaelson doorstep, they rekindled their relationship and got back together. So, all was well with them.
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Always and Forever (3rd revised version)


A/N: Got this idea from reading a fic where Kat gets pregnant with Elijah’s child.





        It was a beautiful day in New Orleans, as Katherine Pierce arrived in New Orleans to visit the Originals; mostly Elijah Mikaelson. She was well prepared, since she had asked some sources of hers what was going on in New Orleans, before actually entering the town. She didn’t want to be caught off guard or get caught by someone or something for being in New Orleans after less than 100 years. Less than 100 years ago, she had been in New Orleans, but it had been different back then. It had been under construction; the aftermath of Mikael’s wrath. So far, she was able to find out that Hayley Marshall, the wolf she had tried to kill once, was pregnant with Klaus’ spawn. It didn’t make her happy that it was Klaus’ child, but she was glad it wasn’t Elijah’s, or she’d be royally peeved off. She also knew that all three Originals were living back at the compound now.

        Once she had parked her SUV in front of the compound, she turned her car off and got out, before going to the door and knocking. There was definitely more than a few vampires here right now. She sensed a whole bunch of vampires and one wolf. That wolf had to be Hayley. She was the only wolf allowed in the French Quarter. Someday though, Kat was going to change that. She didn’t care who was King of the French Quarter. The wolves had the right to live at peace in the French Quarter; not be banished for the rest of their life out in the Bayou.

        As soon as he opened the door, she had to swallow her pride and keep him from sensing her ever present fear of him.

        “Katerina. What an unpleasant surprise. I’m afraid you’ve come at the wrong time. Don’t let the door hit you on the way out.”

        He started to close it, but she stopped him with a hand.

        “I didn’t come to see you, Klaus. Besides, I can always get someone else that owns this place to invite me in,” she threatened. “Please, Klaus.”

        “No. Good-bye, Katerina.”

        “Let her in, Klaus,” Hayley said from where she stood at the bottom of the stairs, realizing what was going on. “Don’t be so rude. She came here all the way from who knows where. You can at least let her in.”

        “Fine,” Klaus said irritatingly.

        He opened the door.

        “Come in,” Hayley invited her.

        Klaus stepped aside and Kat walked inside, leaving Klaus to close the door himself.

        Kat looked at the wolf.

        “Thank you.”

        “You’re welcome. What are you doing here?” she said.

        “For one, I came to see if it was true, which looks like it is. Two, I came to see Elijah, since Klaus has a habit of daggering his siblings.”

        “Well, it’s true, so you can go find Elijah. Our home is yours as long as you need a place to stay.

        “Thank you, Hayley,” she said.

        Half way up the stairs, she looked down at the wolf.

        “Oh, and don’t be afraid to ask me if you need help with the pregnancy. Klaus may not approve, but I know a little something about pregnancies.”

        “Thank you, Katherine.”

        “You’re welcome.”

        Hayley and Klaus watched her disappear up the stairs to go find the elder Mikaelson.

        Half way down the hall, she ran into Rebekah coming from her bedroom.

        “What the bloody hell are you doing here?” she demanded, as soon as she saw her.

        “Hayley let me in. As I already informed your backstabbing brother, I’m not here to see you. I’m only here for Elijah. At least, one person has manners around here,” Katherine replied, before passing her as quickly as she could, without using her vampire speed. She didn’t want a confrontation with Rebekah.

        When she finally found the Original she was searching for, he was in his room. She could tell by the scent from behind the closed door. Since she, like Elijah, believed in not entering someone else’s space without permission, she knocked. Especially, when that person was an Original vampire of 1,000 years.

        “Come in,” he said from his bedroom.

        When she walked in and closed the door behind herself for possible privacy, she saw that he was at his desk writing something down on a piece of paper.

        He looked up and was surprised to see who it was.

        “Katerina?” he questioned. “What brings you to New Orleans?”

        “It’s boring in Mystic Falls, so I came to New Orleans to pay you a visit. Hayley seems to be the only one with manners around here apart from you.”

        “So, you’ve met the girl carrying Klaus’ child,” he stated.

        “I have. I knew her back in Mystic Falls, but we didn’t have the best relationship. I also came to see for myself if it was true, which I saw for myself actually is true. Klaus seems to have gotten more aggressive lately. I assume it’s because he’s going to have a child and he actually wants to be a father.

        She sat down in a chair in front of his desk.

        “Is that the only reason that you came?”

        “No.”

        “I also came to make sure that you were okay.”

        “Thank you, Katerina, but I’m fine. We’re just having a disagreement that should be resolved soon.”

        “What kind? Maybe I can help you.”

        “Niklaus thinks that war is the best way to go to win back this city that was once ours. I think otherwise.”

        “Well, maybe Hayley and I can speak to Klaus. Give him some reason to not start an all-out war. It wouldn’t be in Hayley or the child’s best interest. I should know. I’ve been there before and it’s not fun.”

        “What do you mean, Katerina?”

        “You don’t know my past of why I came to England. My family banished me, because I had an illegitimate daughter. I never got to name or hold her, because my father took her from me and I couldn’t find her anywhere. I went back for her when she was about eight in 1498, but I couldn’t find her. Then, recently, she came to Mystic Falls. Her name is Nadia Petrova. She asked to be turned so she could find me.”

        “Then why aren’t you with her now?”

        “Because I told her to stay behind to make sure that nothing happens to Caroline or the others. She’ll call me if anything happens. Besides, we have forever to do some mother-daughter bonding.”

        “Well, if you’ll be staying, Katerina, you can either stay with me in here or sleep in one of our guest bedrooms we have available.”

        “If you’d like, I’d prefer to sleep in here with you.”

        “Welcome to the French Quarter then, Katerina.”

        “Thank you. I won’t be a problem here.”

        Kat headed out of his room, closing the door behind herself, and headed downstairs with the sound of someone throwing something violently and Klaus and Rebekah yelling at each other. She could tell already that this was going to be a long eight nine months pregnant, depending on how long she decided to stay and how far along Hayley was right now.

        She walked into the parlor where they were having their spat and leaned against the entrance, watching for a few minutes, before taking about three steps in the room.

        “Did you forget that some people need quiet around here? If you’re going to yell this loud, you should take it outside so Hayley doesn’t have to hear this constantly. I, for one, can handle it, but some people would love silence. Is that too much to ask?” she said to them.

        They looked at her.

        “And who appointed you boss?” Rebekah asked her with a glare and bad attitude.

        “I hate to say it, but Katerina has a point. It’s safe to say that I’ve won the argument. I’m going.”

        “And where exactly are you going?” Kat asked curiously.

        “If you must know, I’m off to settle some business with Marcel.”

        “He’s still alive? Last I heard he was a nobody until he magically became King of this city. Have fun winning against Marcel.”

        Without a reply to her, he headed out the door.

        Rebekah looked at her curiously.

        “What do you know about Marcel?”

        “Just a few things. We were allies once, but all I know is that he was a nobody and he loved you and all but got caught in between you and Klaus. I guess some time after Mikael burned the city to the ground, he became King. How he did that, I don’t know. I was too busy with other things to pay attention to any of my allies.”

        “If you must know, Marcel wasn’t just a vampire. He was once like family to Nik. He saved Marcel when he was a slave and raised him like he was his son. He made him like himself. Marcel and I were in love, but Nik didn’t like it. No one was ever good enough for me in Nik’s eyes. He took away every happiness I had. Just because we were in love, and to punish us both, Nik daggered me for a century, before he finally undaggered me.”

        “I’m sorry, Rebekah. I didn’t know,” was all Kat could say to that. She knew what it was like to not have any happiness. Klaus took that away from her when he slaughtered her village, including her family, and whenever he got between her and Elijah being in love.





        When Klaus didn’t come home later that night, and while his sister and brother were at home and Hayley was in her room asleep, Kat decided to go out and make sure Klaus was okay and wasn’t going on a rampage or anything.

        As the 500-year-old vampire walked, she used her senses to locate Klaus, having known his scent after 500 years of running and hiding from him. She’d know his scent anywhere, no matter where she was. And right now, his scent was quite strong at Marcel’s compound. So were Marcel’s and other vampires’ scents.

        When she walked into the room, it was horror. He was chained up with eyes blazing the color of yellow like a wolf’s in rage, but she knew he was unable to get free, no matter how much he tried. And beyond the rage, she knew that he was afraid that Marcel would win and that the child and Hayley wouldn’t live to see another day. She knew she had to save him. She had to help Klaus, no matter what an ass he could be and was most days.

        At vampire speed, she grabbed Marcel from behind, arm around his throat, other hand on holding a piece of wood to the middle of his chest.

        “Let Klaus go!” she yelled over the noise.

        They all turned to see her.

        “Let him go, or I swear I’ll kill Marcel and then the rest of you lot. Unless you have a death sentence, I’d do what I tell you to if I were you. I’m 500 years old. You don’t want to mess with me.”

        “Do it,” Marcel said to them, knowing Katherine well enough that she wasn’t bluffing about killing him just to save the Original hybrid.

        She didn’t let go of Marcel until Klaus was unchained.

        Once he was unchained and she let Marcel go, she said, “Get out of here. All of you,” in which they obeyed. Then she turned to Marcel and said, “This is for Klaus,” before snapping his neck and then vamp-speeding towards the hybrid.

        She knelt at his side where he lay on his back on the floor from everything he had just been through.

        “Hey,” she said gently. “Klaus, can you hear me?”

        She rested gentle hands on either side of his face, being ever so careful and very cautious. He had just been through hell with Marcel and his vampires. She wasn’t going to become his chew toy to get rid of the rage.

        She looked down at him and sighed. He looked weak after the torment he had gone through today. Not only that, but he was out cold now, probably due to the adrenaline ceasing to exist at the moment. She had to get him home.

        As she took her hands away from his face and put an arm around him, getting both of them to their feet, using her vampire strength and body weight to hold him up, she suddenly felt how warm he was now. And she knew it wasn’t because he was half werewolf. It was because of something else.

        As she headed out of Marcel’s compound and on the route to the Mikaelson family home, she used her free hand to call his sister.

        “What do you want, Katherine?” she asked.

        “Your brother got into some trouble. I need you to meet me at the door.”

        “What kind of trouble?”

        “Marcel and his vampires thought it would be fun to chain him up and torture him. I don’t know if they did anything else or not, because that’s all I saw. If Marcel asks where I am, it’s because I threatened to kill him if they didn’t let him go. He may be my enemy of 500 years, but no one deserves that; not even Klaus himself.”

        “I’ll meet you there,” Rebekah said, before hanging up. She’d be having some nasty words with Marcel tomorrow when she got the chance. No one messed with her brother but her.

        When Katherine got to the door, Rebekah opened it and then went to his other side and put an arm around him to help her, as she closed the door. So, together, they got him to his room and in bed.

        “I’ll stay with him. You should get some sleep,” Katherine said to her, before sitting on his bedside.

        “You sure?”

        “I’m sure. I’m the one that saved him. I should be the one that he sees. I’m pretty sure he saw me with Marcel before he collapsed. He was pretty peeved off enough that he was about ready to let his werewolf side out.”

        Rebekah closed the door behind herself and headed for her room.

        Kat went to his bathroom and grabbed a couple washcloths and a bowl she filled with cool water to cool him down. She didn’t like how warm he was. It almost scared her.

        When she was seated on his bedside again, she set the bowl down and gently layed the cool wet washcloth on his forehead. She then damped the other washcloth and used it for his face, being gentle and cautious still. He was out cold, but she didn’t know when he’d wake up. She knew she was taking her chances in being so close to the one hybrid that would kill her if given a chance to do so.

        A few minutes later, as she continued to damp the washcloth on his face, he started to stir. She didn’t stop, though. She had to cool him down and he was very warm. She was almost considering telling Elijah. She knew she’d have to, if Rebekah hadn’t already.

        “Katerina,” he said softly. “Thank you.”

        “You’re welcome. We may not see eye to eye, but I wouldn’t wish you dead. Not anymore.”

        “You should go now. I’ll be fine.”

        “No. I don’t think you’re fine, Klaus. You’re burning up.”

        “You’ve done what you can for me already.”

        “I’m not leaving you like this. Did they give you wolfsbane?” she said, wolfsbane being the only thing she knew of that would cause him to burn up.

        A moment later, a slice of pain went through him and he gripped the side of his bed with his right hand and clenched his teeth, as to not let her know how much pain he was in.

        She set the washcloth down on the end table and put gentle hands on either side of his face, looking down at him.

        “It’s okay. We’ll find a cure. I won’t let this continue to happen to you,” she said to him, before letting go of him.

        The pain slowly went away, but he still felt weak and warm. He was hungry too, but he wouldn’t ask Katerina to do more than what she already was doing for him.

        “I’ll be back in a few minutes. Don’t go anywhere,” she said, before leaving him in the room to go over to her and Elijah’s room.

        She walked in.

        “I was beginning to wonder if you were going to join me or not,” Elijah greeted her, seated in a chair reading a book.

        “We have to talk. Something happened at Marcel’s compound with Klaus. I think Klaus was wolfsbaned. He’s burning up and having some pain. I’m doing what I can, but someone needs to find out what the cure is for wolfsbane.”

        He set the book down on the table by the chair and got up to follow her to his brother’s room.

        She sat on his bedside and went back to damping the washcloth onto his face.

        “I’ll stay with him, while you go do what you have to,” she told her lover.

        “I’ll be back as soon as I can,” he told her, before vanishing from sight.

        She looked down at Klaus and couldn’t help but feel sorry for him. He was in so much pain, she knew. She also knew that he hated looking so helpless in front of her. She knew he was used to being strong and high and mighty. Not weak and helpless and in so much pain like he was right now.

        “Relax. Rest. You need to restore your strength, and that won’t happen if you don’t rest,” she said, being gentle.

        As he looked up at her, he wondered what had happened to the old Katerina. The one that hated him so much that she wanted him dead. This was a new Katerina that he had never seen before. She was being kind to him in his time of need. Not wanting to ponder on it much longer, he closed his eyes to rest as Katerina had told him to.

        When Elijah came back with the cure that Eve, one of Hayley’s pack members in the Bayou gave him, it was dawn. Katerina was asleep in a chair in front of Klaus’ bed, the bed being her pillow for her head, arms encircling her head. His brother was also asleep, but he had to give him the cure as quickly as possible.

        “Klaus,” he said softly, not wanting to wake Katerina up.

        He sat on Klaus’ left bedside with the cure.

        “Klaus,” he said again to wake him.

        “I found the cure,” he informed his younger brother

        “Thank…you,” he said, feeling weak and drained. He wondered if this was how Sweet Caroline had felt like when she had been bitten by Tyler Lockwood a few years ago.

        Elijah helped him sit up and then Klaus took the mug and drank it.

        While Klaus was drinking the cure, Elijah went to the other side of Klaus’ bed and gently, without waking her, picked Katerina up in his arms and vanished with her.

        When he was in their room by the bed, he gently layed her down in bed and tucked her in, before lightly kissing her on the forehead. Then, since he hadn’t slept yet, he went to bed, knowing that his brother would be okay.





        When Katherine woke up, she was in bed, but Elijah wasn’t in sight. She could hear Rebekah yelling at someone in the hallway, though. She could tell that it was Klaus she was yelling at again, considering it was his scent she smelled. Then, realizing that she was feeling warm, sweaty and weak and her vision was dim, she took the covers off herself and set her jacket on the chair, before stumbling for the door, fear seeping through her, realizing that sometime last night, Klaus had unintentionally bitten her somewhere. And just as she got to the door, she heard Rebekah leave the house and couldn’t smell Klaus in the hall anymore.

        Once out of the room, she headed for the stairs, supporting herself by keeping a hold of the railing.

        “Klaus,” she said, hoping he’d hear her and pay attention. “Klaus,” she said again, as she made it down the first step.

        “What is it, luv?” she heard him ask.

        Just as she saw him come, her legs started to collapse on her.

        At the sight of her, he realized that he had bitten her. She’d slept all day yesterday and until the middle of the afternoon today, so he made the conclusion that while he was unwell, he had bitten her without him knowing it.

        As she collapsed, he blurred towards her to catch her.

        He caught her just in time, as she blacked out. He then picked her up in his arms and layed her down in Elijah’s bed.

        “Stay with me, Katerina,” he pleaded, hating himself for not being cautious around her, while he had been unwell.

        Her skin became an unnatural pale color, as he gently sat on her bedside and sat her against him.

        He bit his wrist, as her breathing became too slow for his liking. He then gently positioned her head back and put his wrist to her lips, forcing his blood down her throat. They had all thought that she had just been exhausted from taking care of him all night. He didn’t even recall biting her, but it was there on her lower arm not far from her left wrist. And as he fed her the cure from his wrist, it started to heal and disappear. Then he sighed in relief when her breathing and color started to return to normal.

        When he was convinced that she wasn’t gonna die from the bite, he took his wrist away and it instantly healed, as did her wound. He then layed her back down and stayed there, waiting for her to wake up.

           



        When Katerina came to half an hour later, she was back in bed with Klaus seated on her bedside, looking down at her.

        “You’re awake,” he greeted.

        “Thanks,” she said to him, sitting up in bed and looking at him.

        “Let’s keep this between you and me. My siblings don’t need to know that I bit you, though I don’t recall doing it.”

        “You’re not the only one,” she replied and agreed with him to keep it from them.





        Later that night, when she and Elijah were in bed with the door closed, everyone else asleep, they had some intimacy and bliss. They needed happiness and to unwind after today’s events and the events of the previous night.





        A few days later, Katherine started to feel sick and kept having what felt like an upset stomach. So, she decided to test her theory of why she was feeling this way, though she knew that vampires couldn’t procreate. If it was true, it would be a miracle to her. She’d be able to have a child and actually be that child’s mother. It would be her second chance at raising her child. She knew who the father would be, since Elijah was the only one she’d had intimacy with. So, she got a pregnancy test and sure enough, she was pregnant.

        She left it on the counter in her and Elijah’s bathroom and stood outside their room.

        “Elijah, I need to tell you something. Could you spare a moment?” she said, not needing to yell, since everyone except Hayley were vampires in this household.

        Elijah came up the stairs to stand in front of her.

        “What is it, Katerina?”

        “I’ll show you.”

        He followed her to their bathroom, wondering what she had to show and tell him.

        She picked up the pregnancy test and showed him.

        “I’m pregnant. I don’t know how that’s possible, but I am.”

        It was surprising to them both, but they were both very happy indeed.

        They smiled at each other.

        “What’s all this about good news?” Rebekah questioned from their doorway to their room.

        “You’re about to be an aunt to two kids,” Kat informed her.

        “I’m happy for you, then,” Rebekah replied, before walking away. She wished that it was herself getting pregnant instead of Katherine, but she knew that they both deserved to be happy after everything Klaus had done to both of them. She wasn’t going to get in the way of their happiness.

        “I think your sister is feeling a little left out,” Kat commented to Elijah.

        “I think you’re quite right,” he replied back.

        “So, should I break the news to Klaus, or do you want to?”

        “I have some things to do today, so you should break the news to him while he’s in a good mood.”

        He gave her a kiss, before vanishing.

        She hoped Elijah was right about Klaus being in a good mood. Otherwise, he probably wouldn’t be very happy that his former doppelganger was also having a child.

        She took out her phone and called him, since he was out meeting with some witches.

        “Katerina,” he greeted. “What can I do for you?”

        “Elijah’s busy today, so he said that it should be me to break the news to you. You know I’ve been feeling under the weather lately. Well, I remembered how it felt like before, so I got a pregnancy test. I’m pregnant with Elijah’s child. I don’t know how I got pregnant, since vampires can’t procreate, but it happened. It’s a miracle. It’s my second chance to do the right thing.”

        “That’s magnificent, but I didn’t know you had a child.”

        “Yes. I did. Before I even met any of you Originals, I had a child out of wedlock. That’s why my family banished me and disowned me. She recently found me. She’s a vampire now. Even though I didn’t raise her since my father took her from me just moments after she was born, I’m proud of her. She chose the right path. In most ways, she’s better than I ever will be. She apparently asked to become a vampire to go find me. She’s been searching for me for less than 500 years. Her name’s Nadia Petrova.”

        “I’m sorry for what he did. No one should be separated from their child, no matter what,” he sympathized with her.

        “Thank you, Klaus,” she said, before hanging up.

        The next person she called was Hayley who was on her way to the clinic in the Bayou. A witch, Agnes, the only living elder, was with her.

        When Hayley answered, she explained to her what she and Elijah had just found out today, in which Hayley congratulated her on. She was thrilled for them. She knew how much the child meant to them already. She didn’t know them that well, but she was pretty sure that Katherine’s child was a miracle child; much like her and Klaus’ child was.





        That night, when Hayley hadn’t come back yet, Katherine decided to head towards the Bayou to make sure she was okay. And as she headed that way, she got a text from Hayley that said that she was in trouble.

        On my way, the vampiress texted back to the werewolf.

           



        As soon as she arrived in the Bayou, she could sense a bunch of vampires. And as she raced through the Bayou woods, she let her senses keen in on where Hayley was.

        When she found her, she was being grabbed by a male vampire and Hayley was trying to get it off her.

        At vamp speed, she was behind him and tore out his heart, which made him drop dead. She then dropped his heart by his body and turned to Hayley.

        “You might wanna run. I’m gonna stay behind and finish these guys off. Just get to safety.”

        At that, Hayley ran for her life, as vampires started to come towards Katherine.

        “Come and get me, morons,” Katherine urged them.

        A moment later, vampires were falling by the hands of Katherine, left and right. It wasn’t hard, because she was 500 years old. She was much older than these vampires. She knew she’d have to stay away from Marcel after this, though. If he found out that she had killed his nightwalkers, he’d be searching left and right for her to make her pay for breaking one of his rules. She didn’t care right now, though. All she cared about was making sure that Hayley made it safely back to the compound; preferably without Marcel’s vampires coming after her to kill her or anything.

        Suddenly, a few minutes later, she felt pain, as an arrow went through her, after all the vampires had gotten their hearts ripped out. Then she felt the ground beneath her and everything started to go black for her.

        “Katherine!” she heard someone yell, but couldn’t tell who it was. All she knew was that it was either Hayley or Rebekah. They were the only ones in the family that ever called her by her present day name.





        Rebekah ran towards her to help her, as she blacked out with an arrow in her chest.

        She knelt down beside her and pulled the arrow out. She knew she’d be okay, since the arrow had just grazed her heart. The only reason Rebekah was there was because Hayley had informed her of the situation, once she had found the Original on her way back to the compound.

        With Original vampire strength, she gently picked her up and vanished with her.





        When Katherine woke up, she was in her room with Rebekah leaning against a wall looking at her. She realized then that Rebekah had saved her tonight. She also realized that what had made her black out wasn’t the arrow. It was what had been in the arrow. She knew this feeling. It was too familiar. She had been vervained.

        Katherine sat up in bed and looked at the Original sister.

        “Is Hayley okay?”

        “She’s fine thanks to you. You need to be more careful, or you’re going to wind up in a worst case scenario.”

        “It’s not my fault that Hayley’s the one that told me that vampires were after her. She apparently wanted me to rescue her instead of you guys.”

        “I’m just saying to be careful, because now we have to dispose of those vampire bodies that you left us.”

        “I’m sorry, but what was I supposed to do? Snap their necks and leave them there to wake up and then tell Marcel that I was in the Bayou rescuing a pregnant werewolf? Yeah, that would’ve gone well.”

        “Well, it would’ve been better than having to burn a bunch of bodies all night.”

        “Just go away and let me sleep,” Kat replied, before laying down again to sleep the vervain off.

        “Fine. See it your way,” Rebekah commented, before closing the door behind herself.





        A few days later, when she was upstairs reading a book, the Original siblings gone to take care of something, Hayley in the living room, she started to feel some pains from her stomach and some light-headedness. That’s when she knew that something was happening to her. She knew that this had to be the work of a witch or more. After all, she knew witches. Then, a moment later, she started to feel an urge and quickly went to the bathroom and knelt in front of the toilet to throw up. Then, after she had cleaned up and flushed the toilet, she leaned against the counter and looked at herself.

        “Hayley!” she called from the bathroom, as the light-headedness got worse.

        A few minutes later, the werewolf was there at the door to the bathroom.

        “What’s wrong?” Hayley asked her.

        “I think there’s a witch trying to kill my child. I need you to call Klaus and Elijah, while I go lay down, before it gets worse. Believe me, I know witches. This is a spell,” she said to her.

        Hayley left the bedroom to go call the Original brothers, while Kat started towards the bed to lay down, as she started to feel quite warm. She almost fell, but caught herself by grabbing a hold of the end table. And at that moment was when Hayley came back.

        When she saw her, she went over to her and helped her lay down in bed.

        “I need you to get a cool wet washcloth for my forehead. It’s going to get worse soon.”

        Hayley went to the bathroom to do as she was told. She too knew what was happening, but she didn’t say anything to Katherine about it.





        That night, Katherine lay in bed burning up, eyes closed, hoping for the best. Hayley had informed her earlier that Klaus and Elijah had gone to ask Sophie about it who had told her that it was Agnes.

        From outside the closed the door, she heard Elijah and Hayley.

        “How’s she doing?”

        “Worse,” Hayley replied.

        “I’ll take her outside. We need to get her cooled down as quickly as possible.”

        A moment later, she heard the door open and sensed him at her bedside.

        “Katerina,” he greeted her.

        “Elijah,” she said softly through the pain she was going through, though she could barely feel it now, which frightened her. She figured either the witch was succeeded in killing her and Elijah’s child, or she herself was dying.

        “I’m going to take you to the pool in the back. I need to get you cooled down,” he told her,” as he gently pulled her into his arms.

        She wrapped her arms around his neck and rested her head on his shoulder, as he did so. Then, a moment later, she felt air, as he vamp-sped out back to the pool.

        When she felt water under her, she opened her eyes and looked up at him.

        “Ready?” he questioned.

        “Always,” she replied.

        He gently and slowly lowered her into the water, her still in his arms.

        She gasped in pain, as the pain came.

        When the pain ceased and she felt like herself again, he set her on her feet in the pool and they both waded back to the edge of the pool. He was the first to get out and held out his hand, in which she took, helping her out.

        “Thank you, Elijah,” she said to him.

        “You’re welcome, Katerina. I’ll see you later. I have a witch to put in her place.”

        She watched him vanish, before going to the door, in which Hayley and Rebekah followed.





        Later that night, after Elijah had killed Agnes for trying to kill his child, Klaus and Elijah headed back home.

           

           

        A few months later, after Klaus had succeeded in becoming King of the French Quarter, they had to figure out how the hell to kill Celeste without her jumping into another body. Then, after that happened, they had to find a way to save Hayley from actually dying, which ended in Kat being the one to help her back to her body, since Kat was descended from Travelers and knew the spell to do so.





        A few nights later, Klaus was attacked by Genevieve in the bar. He was weak because of giving his blood for the Moonlight rings for the wolves, so he couldn’t fight back. But Kat could.

        Katherine walked into the bar and through Genevieve away from him and against a wall with her Traveler magic. 

        “How dare you threaten an Original. Especially, Klaus,” she said in almost a growl to the witch, as she went to stand between Genevieve and Klaus, so she wouldn’t do any more damage to him.

        “You of all people are protecting him? He slaughtered your entire family, Katherine. How could you side with him?”

        “Because I’ve forgiven him. Now stay away from us or you’ll die next time one of us sees you around,” Katherine threatened her, before walking over to Klaus.

        Even though Katherine was almost as pregnant as Hayley, she was still able to put an arm around Klaus, helping him to his feet, and helped him out of the bar.

        “Hayley,” he said to her.

        “She’s fine. Those witches will never hurt her or Hope ever again.”

        “How’d you learn that?”

        “I learned that I’m descended from Travelers, so I just started looking up Traveler spells and memorizing them.”

        “Thank you, Katerina.”

        “You’re welcome,” she replied to him.





        The next day, since she was getting close to her date of giving birth, she phoned up Nadia to inform her of what was going on. Then, the day after, Nadia came to be with her mother, which didn’t work out that well, since Marcel found out about Nadia and captured her to teach Katherine a lesson for one, threatening his life; and two, killing all of those vampire friends of his. In the end of the day though, Elijah and Katherine stopped him and rescued Nadia. Nadia then went to stay at the Mikaelson home and Marcel was never seen or heard from ever again.





        One month later, on a full moon, Katherine Pierce gave birth to a baby girl, in which she and Elijah chose to name Kalina Petrova Mikaelson.
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Always and Forever (2nd revised version)


A/N: I got this idea from pming with a writer that is also a TVD and TO fan, about how it would’ve been cool if Katherine was the one to get pregnant and come into The Originals, and for there to be a love triangle between her, Elijah, and Klaus. So, I hope you enjoy this.





        It was a dark night in New Orleans, as Katherine Pierce, formerly known as Katerina Petrova, now newly human, walked through the woods.

        Suddenly, she found herself surrounded by some witches. Then they started to chant something.

        A moment later, everything went black for her.





        When she came to, she was on a bed in a cave-like place.

        She got to her feet and went into the front room of the cave-like place where a few witches were at. A less number than what there had been earlier.

        They looked at her.

        “What’s going on?” Katherine asked, knowing witches, having lived 500 years as a vampiress. She knew witches didn’t just kidnap people.

        “My name’s Sophie. We brought you here to keep you safe from Marcel. You could be leverage for him, and we can’t let that happen."

        “Why would I be leverage?”

        “Because you’re pregnant. It’s a special gift that I have.”

        “I can’t be.”

        “You’re wrong,” Sophie said.

        Katherine sighed. She knew that witches like Sophie were never wrong. How she could be so stupid that night in Mystic Falls, she didn’t know anymore. She hadn’t known that this would happen, though. It was shocking to her.

        “I’ve called the two Mikaelsons to meet us here,” Sophie informed her.





        When Klaus and Elijah walked in, Kat was in the other room.

        “What have you called us for?” Elijah asked Sophie.

        “I have a gift of sensing when a girl is pregnant. There’s something you need to know,” she replied, looking at both of them.

        Katherine walked in from the shadows, and stood in front of a wall, hand on her stomach.

        “No. It’s impossible. This is a lie. You are lying. Vampires can’t procreate,” Klaus said.

        “But werewolves can. Magic made you a vampire, but you were born a werewolf. You’re the Original hybrid. The first of your kind. This pregnancy is one of nature’s loopholes.

        “You’ve been with someone else, admit it!” Klaus yelled at Katherine.

        “I’ve been too occupied to be with someone else. It’s your child,” she calmly replied to him.

        “My sister gave up her life to perform the spell she needed to confirm the pregnancy. Because of Jane-Anne’s sacrifice, the lives of this girl and her baby are now controlled by us. We can keep them safe, or we can kill them. If you don’t help us take down Marcel, so help me, Katherine won’t live long enough to see her first maternity dress.”

        Katherine looked at Elijah and then Klaus, afraid to die. She had something to live for. She had a daughter back in Mystic Falls named Nadia Petrova. She couldn’t just get herself killed by witches. She knew Sophie, though. It was just something she said to get Klaus to consider helping them. But then again, she also knew that Sophie would do anything if she was determined enough to do it. This was very much new to her, getting threatened to death like this by a witch.

        “Enough of this. If you want Marcel dead, he’s dead. I’ll do it myself,” Elijah said, not wanting any harm to come to Katerina. He had been there for her for over a century. He wasn’t going to fail her. Not now. Not ever.

        “No. We can’t. Not yet. We have a clear plan that we need to follow, and there are rules.”

        Elijah looked at Klaus.

        “How dare you command me, threaten me, with what you wrongfully perceive to be my weakness!” Klaus yelled at Sophie. He then said, “I won’t hear anymore lies.”

        “Niklaus! Listen,” Elijah said.

        With hybrid ears, he heard a heartbeat within Katerina’s stomach. He then looked at Katerina, and then at his brother and the witches.

        “Kill her and the baby. See if I care,” Klaus said, before leaving.

        “No one touches her. I’ll fix this,” Elijah said.

        Sophie nodded.

        They all watched, as he left, before Kat looked at the witches silently.





        Klaus was running through a street, when Elijah caught up with him.

        “Niklaus.”

        “It’s a trick, Elijah.”

        “No, brother. It’s a gift. It’s your chance—It’s our chance.”

        “To what?”

        “To start over. Take back everything we lost, everything that was taken from us. Niklaus, our own parents came to despise us. Our family was ruined—we were ruined. And since then, all you have ever wanted—all that we have ever wanted was a family.”

        “I will not be manipulated.”

        Klaus turned away, but Elijah sped in front of him a ways away to block his way.

        “So they’re manipulating you. So what? With them, she and her child—your child—live.”

        “I’m gonna kill every last one of them.”

        He shoved Elijah and turned away, but Elijah blocked him again.

        “And then what? Then you return to Mystic Falls to resume your life as the hated one, as the evil hybrid? Is it so important to you that people quake with fear at the sound of your name?”

        “People quake with fear, because I have the power to make them afraid. What will this child offer me? Will it guarantee me power?”

        “Family is power, Niklaus. Love, loyalty—that’s power. This is what we swore to one another a thousand years ago, before life tore away what little humanity you had left, before ego, before anger, before paranoia, created in this person before me someone I can barely recognize as my own brother. This is us, the Original family, and we remain together, always and forever. I am asking you to stay here. I will help you and I will stand by you. I will be your brother. We will build a home here together. So save her. Save your child.”

        Elijah placed a hand on Klaus’ shoulder.

        Klaus brought his own hand to Elijah’s neck in a brotherly gesture.

        “No,” Klaus whispered.

        Klaus walked away.





        Back at the mausoleum, the witches were talking.

        “Marcel and his vampires are out of control. Something had to be done,” Sophie said.

        “And the solution is to bring in more vampires?” Agnes questioned.

        “These aren’t just any vampires, Agnes. They’re the Originals."

        “What makes you think you can control the hybrid?”

        Elijah appeared, leaning on the wall.

        “She can’t. I’m not entirely certain that I can, either. But now that your coven has drawn his sire, I have a question: What prevents my brother from murdering you, instead of cooperating?”

        Sophie took a needle and showed it to the Original, sticking the needle into her hand.

        “Ow!” Kat said.

        Elijah looked at Katerina. There was a drop of blood on Katerina’s hand, exactly at the same point where Sophie hurt herself.

        “What the hell?” Kat said.

        “The spell my sister performed. The one that got her killed? It didn’t just confirm the pregnancy. It linked me to Katherine. So anything that happens to me happens to her, which means her life is in my hands. Klaus may not care about his own child, but it’s very clear what it already means to you. If I have to hurt Katherine—or worse—to ensure that I have your attention, I will.”

        “You would dare threaten an Original?” Elijah calmly questioned.

        “I have nothing to lose,” she replied. “You have until midnight to get Klaus to change his mind,” she added.





        Later that night, Elijah spoke to Rebekah on the phone.

        “He’s willing to give up everything,” he informed her.

        “Come on, Elijah. Does that really surprise you?”

        “I already see it. He’s spiraling. He’s lashing out in blind rage. You know, the last time I saw him like this, it lasted 200 years.”

        “Then leave him to his temper tantrum and come home. With any luck, this misadventure will allow us a reprieve from all of his insanity.”

        “He was so close. When he heard the baby’s heartbeat, I could see it in his eyes. He…he wanted…he could almost taste happiness. And now his temper has destroyed it. Even if I was to return him to sanity, he just lost Marcel’s trust. So, I’m almost out of time to get her from the witches.”

        “Get her? Have you lost your mind? Are we running an orphanage now?”

        “Say what you will about Niklaus, but on my life, I’m not letting anything happen to Katerina or that baby.”





        Back at the mausoleum Agnes, Sabine, and Sophie were speaking, as the church clock tolled.

        “His time is up. What are you gonna do now, Sophie?” Agnes questioned her.

        “I’m gonna do what I said I was gonna do.”

        “What? Kill the girl? Kill yourself?” Sabine asked her.

        “Klaus doesn’t care about the child,” Agnes said.

        Elijah appeared.

        “I do.” He came into the mausoleum, carrying the body of Jane-Anne. “And I bring proof of my intent to help you. The body of your fallen friend, which I procured from Marcel myself,” he continued.

        “Jane-Anne,” Sophie said.

        “May she be granted peace. Klaus will agree to your terms. I just need a little more time.”

        “You had your time. It’s passed,” Agnes said.

        “Shut up, Agnes,” Sophie said.

        “For now, accept the deal. Katerina and the child remain unharmed, or Klaus will kill you all,” he told them, before walking away. But then he turned around again and said, “And I will help him.”





        Klaus held a bottle in his hand, drinking from it, when he heard Elijah come in. Without turning around, he said, “Have I not made it clear my desire to be left alone?”

        “Oh, you demand to be left alone at least once a decade. Your words have ceased to have impact.”

        Klaus through the bottle against the floor, which shattered the bottle.

        “Why must you keep harping on about the baby?” he shouted. “That child will never be born. In fact, your precious Katerina is probably dead already.”

        Elijah sped up to Klaus, holding his hand around his brother’s throat.

        “You will not walk away from this!” he threatened Niklaus.

        “Let. Me. Go,” Klaus said angrily.

        “I WILL NOT!” Elijah shouted angrily.

        Elijah through Klaus against the floor and then heaved him up again, not letting go of him.

        “Don’t make me say it again,” Klaus said.

        “I will not let go. I will never let go.”

        Klaus grabbed Elijah and hurled him against an iron rod fence.

        Elijah stood up fast and took one of the iron rods, before walking towards Klaus, holding the rod in his hand.

        “Even if I have to spend eternity saving you from your own stubborn, petulant, vile self—“ He sped up and hit Klaus with the iron rod. “If I have to beat you, to remind you of your own humanity—“ He hit Klaus again. “to care about anything.” He tried to hit Klaus again, but Klaus was faster and grabbed the iron rod and hit Elijah with it. Klaus then hurled him a few meters back, where he fell on the ground and stayed down.

        Klaus breathed heavily and let the iron rod fall to the ground, before then walking a few steps towards Elijah whom was still on the ground.

        “You’re beyond pathetic, Elijah.”

        “Well, who is more pathetic? The one who seeks hope to make his family whole, or the coward who only sees the world through his own fear?”

        “I haven’t cared about anything for centuries. Why on earth do you?”

        “Because I failed you. Because the first time our father laid a hand on you, I should have struck him dead. I made a promise to you. Always, forever, family above all.”

        Klaus started to laugh and then reached his hand to his brother.

        Elijah took Klaus’ hand and stood up.

        “You are a sentimental fool,” Klaus commented.

        “Perhaps. But I’ve lasted this long in spite of it, haven’t I?”

        Elijah walked off, as Klaus stood there, thinking.

           



        Klaus was seated on a bench that night.

        Elijah took a seat beside him.

        “The bond of family blesses us with an immeasurable power. But we also must accept what comes with it. It gives us a responsibility to love without condition, without apology. We can never waver from the power of that bond, even if it’s tested. The bond nourishes us, gives us strength. Without that power, we are nothing,” he told Klaus. And as he told him that, the witches began to put Jane-Anne to rest back at the mausoleum.

        “This town was my home once, and in my absence, Marcel has gotten everything that I ever wanted. Power, loyalty, family. I made him in my image, and he has bettered me. I want what he has. I want it back. I wanna be King.”

        “So, is that all this child means to you? A grab for power?”

        “What does it mean to you?”

        “I think this child could offer you the one thing that you’ve never believed you had.”

        “And what’s that?”

        “The unconditional love of family.”

        They looked at each other.

        “Tell Sophie Deveraux, we have a deal,” Klaus said.





        Later that night, Elijah went back to the mausoleum and promised Katerina the one thing that he had never promised her before.

        “I will always protect you. You have my word on that.”





        The next night, Klaus changed his mind, and brought Katerina to the plantation to stay with him and Elijah to protect her. He couldn’t protect her if she was among witches. And that, Katherine was thankful for, since it meant that she wouldn’t be around witches who were threatening her life. She was finally semi free of those witches. So, without having to be asked, she settled down in a guest bedroom and laid down on the bed, looking up at the ceiling, and sighed in relief that she was out of there. She was beginning to think that this child was the beginning of Niklaus’ redemption. Caroline Forbes had brought out his humanity back in Mystic Falls. Now this child of his was about to bring out his redemption that she knew Elijah had been hoping would someday come. Maybe there was hope for Klaus, after all. Maybe he wasn’t the monster that everyone thought he was. At least, not since Caroline had warmed herself into his heart. She would never fully understand Elijah’s blind faith in Klaus, but she sort of did understand a little. He was Elijah’s brother. Elijah would do anything for Klaus. Anything. She didn’t understand why, though she figured it had to have something to do with a long ago past she had no knowledge of.

        She closed her eyes on the thought of thinking she might finally have peace, and that Klaus might finally forgive her for running from him for 500 years.





        The next day, she came downstairs and went in search of a kitchen, which she finally found. She had never been inside this house before last night, so she didn’t know where everything was at yet. And once in the kitchen, she opened the fridge to see if there might be anything that she could have for breakfast. She wasn’t surprised that there wasn’t much, but she did find some milk and cereal she could have. She wasn’t surprised, considering vampires were living here. Not humans. Vampires didn’t have to eat human food, but it couldn’t hurt them to go shopping for human food, would it? She’d have to speak to them about that once she found where either Elijah or Klaus were at. She figured Klaus was probably plotting against Marcel somewhere though, and Elijah, she knew, could be anywhere.

        When she had finished her bowl of cereal, she put it in the sink and then left the kitchen in search of one of them, which wasn’t too hard. She found the parlor where Klaus was having a shot glass of what looked to be red wine.

        “Sleep well?” he questioned her.

        “Matter of fact, yes. Have you not noticed that I’m human and pregnant now? Someone really needs to go shopping for human food, unless you want us to starve to death,” she confronted him without fear. She was beyond fearing him these days. The only thing she was afraid of was dying, her child being torn from her arms just as Nadia had been, and of what enemies out there would do to her. Especially, once a war started between Marcel and Klaus. She’d be leverage soon enough, she was sure of, which meant that she had to do something to keep from getting herself into danger.

        Katherine walked out of the room to go explore the house to get to know it better. If she was going to stay here for nine months, she might as well get to know her surroundings better. It wasn’t too big, but who knows what was in this house. She knew Klaus too well. When it came to her, even though he had obliged in protecting her, he could care less. It was the child he was concerned for. Not her. If she died, he wouldn’t grieve for her. It would be Elijah that would grieve for her, instead. And even though Elijah had broken up with her before he had gone to New Orleans to help Klaus, she knew he still loved her just like she loved him. They just couldn’t totally be together, because then Klaus would do something to either her or Elijah. Klaus was more paranoid and controlling than she had been as a vampire. Whenever they got on his nerves one way or another, Klaus daggered his siblings and put them in coffins until he was ready to pull the dagger out. And because she knew Klaus better than Marcel did even, she figured that once the child was born, he would kill her.





        Later that day, after Klaus had gone to meet with Marcel, Katherine left the house to go find an herb shop. She needed a stock of vervain just in case some vampires decided that it would be fun to compel her. She knew vampires way too well, seems how she used to be a 500 year-old vampire. Another 500 years and she would’ve been known as an Original vampire herself. Especially, when she was about to become a part of the Mikaelson family. It was like a bad reality TV show once she thought of it like that. The Mikaelson family was torn enough with centuries of hatred and revenge against each other. It didn’t need a broken former vampire pregnant with a possible hybrid, too.





        Once she had found the shop and bought some vervain, she thanked Katie and attempted to pay her, but Katie refused, saying that it was on her. There were enough supernatural creatures and enough humans got hurt. She didn’t want Katherine to be one of those humans. Plus, the witches were supposed to protect her.





        It was a dark night, as she walked through the French Quarter on her way back to the house, when she suddenly got a run in with a few vampires that wanted her gone. She had already taken some of the vervain, but had some to spare.

        “I’d get out of my way if I were you,” she informed the male vampire who stood in front of her.

        “No can do. Marcel’s orders.”

        “Oh, right. Because Marcel is such a good guy. Tell Marcel that I said for him to go to hell.”

        The vampire growled at her, before another arrived behind her.

        She turned around to see the other vampire.

        Suddenly, just as they were about to attack her, the vampire she had been looking at, dropped dead, when Klaus arrived and ripped its heart out of its chest.

        “That is no way to treat Katerina,” he said, before turning to the other one.

        Seeing him, the other vampire fled at vamp speed.

        He looked at her.

        “May I ask what you’re doing in the French Quarter, dear Katerina?"

        “I was heading home after buying some vervain to take just in case,” she replied.

        “Let’s go home,” he replied to her.

        She agreed and they headed home.





        Later that night, he disposed of the vampire’s body, burning it just outside the plantation home a ways.

        Afterwards, he joined Katerina inside the house.

        “You should stay inside from now on, Katerina. At least while it’s dark outside,” he suggested to her. “I wouldn’t want anything to happen to you or our child.”

        “So, you’re actually admitting that you’re going to be a father?” she questioned him.

        “Despite what everyone thinks, Katerina, I’m not a total monster. I would never wish harm upon my own child; our child. I don’t care what species it is, or if it’s a girl or a boy. I will always protect you both.”

        “You and me both,” she replied to him. “My first child was torn from my arms. I don’t wish for that to happen again. I never even got to name or see her, before my father took her away, and I never saw her ever again. But when Silas came for me the first time, Nadia took me somewhere safe with her and told me who she was. She’s a vampire now, and I’m glad how she turned out. Whoever raised her, made her a very good person. I don’t think she has a mean bone in her body. Unlike some of us,” she replied to him, before heading upstairs and towards her bedroom where she was staying at.

        He watched her, as she left, glad that if anything happened, she had Nadia to go back to. He hadn’t killed her entire family like they had all thought. She still had someone, other than his brother, that she could count on if push came to shove.





        The next day, Katherine went for a walk around New Orleans, when she saw Elijah fall in step at her left side.

        “If you’ve come to make sure that I’m okay, I assure you that they didn’t hurt me,” she informed him.

        “Actually, Katerina, I came to thank you for what you did. With your help, you got me back to my siblings. Thank you. I am forever in your debt,” he replied to her.

        “You’re welcome, but anyone that knows you, would’ve done the same thing. I know how to deal with witches. I’ve been doing it my whole life. I know how to make deals with them and talk to them without getting on their bad sides. It’s not that hard. Vampires that don’t know me, however, are a different story all together. That vampire deserved what he got. We’re all lucky that Klaus got there in time,” she replied to her lover.

        “Niklaus has come a long way since this miracle happened. I think he sees something of himself in you. What that may be, I will probably never know. You’re a good thing for him as well as the child."

        “Thank you, Elijah.”

        “You’re welcome, Katerina. Anything for you.”

        He gave her a kiss on her left cheek.

        “I’ll see you later. There are things I must take care of.”

        She smiled, as he walked off to go do whatever it was he had to do this afternoon. When it came to Originals, she didn’t always know what they were planning, because sometimes they kept it a secret from her, no matter how much she asked to be filled in. She knew it was because they were just protecting her. They were protecting her and the unborn baby, which she completely understood. She, herself, would do anything to protect herself and her unborn child, too. And she’d die before she let anything happen to the Originals. They were her life line now days. Being human made it so much easier for her enemies to kill her. It made her nervous and scared just thinking about all the possibilities that her enemies could do to her. Being human made her weak, vulnerable, and ultimately useless. She hated that she had to rely on vampires and hybrids to protect her, instead of being able to rely on just her to protect her. For her, it sucked being newly human after being a 500 year-old vampire.





        The next night, Agnes, the only living elder of the witches, drove her to a clinic out in the Bayou. She had informed both brothers where she would be, before doing so, though. Something about Agnes always made her cautious. She didn’t trust her. After all, she had been betrayed by witches she didn’t know very well countless times. What was stopping Agnes from betraying her, too? The answer to that question was nothing.

        While Kat was seen to about how the child was doing, Agnes waited in the waiting room. But then, after the sea section and when the doctor tried to stab her with a syringe, she had to make a run for it. So, she ran as fast as she could through the darkness of the woods. And as she ran, she took out her iPhone.

        I’m in trouble in the Bayou. Hurry, she texted Klaus, before putting her phone away.

        Suddenly, she heard footsteps of people looking for her, but she knew they weren’t of Klaus or Elijah.

        A few minutes later, she had to fight a few of them who had found and then attacked her, which she ended up getting hurt from, realizing they were vampires.

        After a few more fights, she continued to run for her life blindly. Everything was happening so fast, and she couldn’t see anything but figures of people and outlines of trees and bushes. She had to buy time until Klaus got there to save her, though. The situation was like deja vu all over again. This time though, she wasn’t running from Originals. She was running from mere vampires. Vampires that, if she was a vampire again, she could easily take on and win against.

        Suddenly, she tripped over something that felt like a twig or small log, and fell down a hilly section of the woods, before everything went black for her.





        When he arrived in the woods, he immediately went to taking on and killing all the vampires that were after Katerina, before going in search of her. If anything happened to her because of that witch Agnes that he knew had taken her here, he’d see to it himself that she died for her mistake.

        “Katerina!” he called for her, but kept getting nothing but silence. He then figured that maybe she wasn’t answering, because she was probably hurt or something related to that.





        When he found her on her back, out cold, he was immediately at her side. He then knelt beside her and gently pulled her into his arms. It looked like she had gone through some fights with those vampires the way she looked, which he figured most likely was true to the core.

        He looked around the woods to make sure there weren’t any other threats waiting to try and hurt Katerina, before forcing some of his blood down her throat to heal her, before gently getting to his feet, with her in his arms.

        “I’ve got you, luv. You’re safe now,” he assured her, though he wasn’t sure if she could hear him or not.  He then sped out of the Bayou back home.





        When she woke up, she found that she was in her bedroom and it was daylight outside. And not a moment afterward, Klaus came to lean in the doorway.

        “You’re awake. You were out for quite a while,” he greeted her.

        She slowly sat up.

        “Thank you.”

        “You’re welcome, luv. Though, it was you that brought me there.”

        “Well, you’re a hybrid, so you’re faster than a vampire, and I needed fast assistance. Did you kill them?”

        “Yes. They deserved it for what they tried to do.”

        “That I can agree on.”

        “I’m beginning to think we’re a lot alike, you and I,” he stated.

        “In most ways, we are, Klaus. We have father issues, family issues, and are afraid of being truly and utterly alone. And we’re always finding danger, whether or not we’re looking for it. And we always lash out with anger, rage, and vengeance. We are a lot alike. It’s almost like something wants us to end up together.”

        “How would you have father and family issues, Katerina?” he asked, taking a step into the room, curious of what she would say.

        “You did me a favor in killing my father. He wasn’t the best father in the world, and I can tell that yours wasn’t either, judging by how you react when your father’s name is spoken. You don’t know how many scars he inflicted, but I’m sure that yours was probably worse than mine. I was scarred way before I met any of you. You can’t see my scars anymore though, because they disappeared when I became a vampire, since vampires can heal so fast. I hope that he died horribly,” she shared with him.

        He sat down on the bed by her with sympathy. He knew how it felt like to be scarred by your own father, but to do it to Katerina made him outraged. It made him wish he had a chance to kill her father for a second time. In truth, after hearing this, he should’ve made him suffer before he killed her father. Just like he should’ve made his own father suffer, before he killed him.

        “I can make the pain go away. Just say the words, Katerina,” he said.

        “No. Compulsion isn’t the answer. I’ve lived with it for 500 plus years. So, what did Mikael ever do to you?” she asked. “I never got to hear what your past was like with Mikael. I knew he hated you and all, but he never told me why. I was too busy hating you to ask why Mikael hated you so badly.”

        “Just like yours, I was scarred, too. It started when I was just a little boy. It was before we became vampires, and before I triggered the werewolf curse. He continued it throughout my life. As a boy, Elijah tried to intervene, but stopped when he said that he’d be next if he intervened on my behalf. When we were older, Elijah and Rebekah were afraid one day that he might kill me, so Elijah and Rebekah pointed their swords at him, and demanded for him to stop, which Mikael did. But it never stopped. Then, after I triggered the werewolf curse, Mikael made Elijah help him tie me down to make my werewolf side dormant. It never stopped, even after that. Finally, we escaped him for a little while, when we made this city our home. But in 1918, he came for me. He came for us all. We only just managed to escape our father’s wrath,” he shared with her.

        “That must be why Elijah has been so hell bent on finding your redemption. Because he still feels guilty for not standing up against Mikael for you. I’m sorry for what you endured. I had no idea what he did to you.”

        “You weren’t there, Katerina.”

        “If I had been, I would’ve stopped him the moment he started doing that to you. No wonder you’re so ruined. I guess we’re both ruined then, in our own way.”

        It was such an intense moment, that they didn’t know what possessed them to do so, but they found themselves kissing one another, him on top of her, her on her back on the bed. It was like they were kindred spirits that had found each other after, for Katerina, 500 years, and for Klaus, 1,000 years. An hour later, though, he had to leave, so he bid her farewell and asked her to stay home today, while he and Elijah dealt with some things. She presumed the things they had to deal with involved Marcel, so she did what she was told.





        That late afternoon, when she was in the parlor starting towards the chair to sit in, she started to feel light-headed all of a sudden. Not sure why it was happening to her, she figured it had something to do with a witch or more. Pregnant ladies didn’t get light-headed. She knew that from experience from 500 years ago back in Bulgaria.

        As the sensation continued and she started to feel really warm, despite the A/C going throughout the house, she took out her phone and called Elijah, hoping he wasn’t too busy so he would answer.

        “Katerina,” he greeted.

        “Elijah. Something’s wrong. You need to speak to the witches,” she said, before informing him of what was going on.

        “We’ll figure something out,” he promised her, before they both hung up.

        She put her phone away and leaned against the wall, but it didn’t help much, since she was starting to get really blurry vision. On top of that, she kept getting small pains from her stomach, which made her fear for the child. She didn’t want anything to happen to the kid, no matter who the father was. And as her vision started to go blurry, she saw Elijah there all of a sudden. Then, as everything started to go black for her, he was there by her, and the next thing she knew, she was in her bed.

        “Klaus is dealing with the witches. You’ll both be okay,” she heard him assure her, but they both knew that Elijah couldn’t promise anything.





        That night, she was burning up, so she and Elijah made it to the outside pool. She knew that he was going to try and cool her down in the pool, which she knew should help. So, they both got into the pool, where he put her in his arms and let the water cool her down. And as he did so, she felt the ever growing pain get worse, but then as she started to cool down, the pain started to ebb away. Then, a few minutes later, she didn’t feel the symptoms anymore of what the witch, Agnes, had tried to do to her and Klaus’ child.





        Later that night, she was home alone, when she heard the doorbell. So, being cautious, she opened the door to reveal a certain hybrid. He wasn’t Klaus though, which made her think that he might be in New Orleans to cause Klaus as much harm as possible. After all, he had killed his mom and hurt many other people. The past, she thought, was behind them all, though.

        “Tyler,” she greeted. “What a surprise.”

        “Katherine,” he said, though it wasn’t a greeting.





        Later that night, when Elijah returned and realized that Katerina wasn’t home, he called Klaus to let him know. Then, when Klaus came home, he informed him that Tyler had been at their home and must’ve taken her.





        It was a beautiful day at the Bayou, as Kat sat on the floor of a cabin, Tyler and another guy in there with her. Her hands had been tied with rope.

        “What are you doing?” she questioned, when he headed towards her and knelt in front of her with a syringe.

        “I’m going to show you something,” he answered her.

        “With that?”

        He stuck it in her stomach and then pulled it out, and used the syringe full of her child’s blood on the guy she knew as a vampire. Then Tyler temporarily killed him.

        “That child can make hybrids. You think Klaus suddenly wants to be a father? He wants that child so he can make hybrids,” he said.

        “Okay. So, it can make hybrids. I don’t care what Klaus wants that child for, because this will be me having a second chance to raise my child. I couldn’t raise Nadia, but with this kid, I can be a mother like I always wanted to be,” she replied to him.

        When the vampire woke up and was in transition, Tyler had him bite her to complete the transition.

        As he bit her, she wanted to fight; to push him off her, but knew that she couldn’t succeed as a human. She had to try, though. She had to live long enough to be rescued by either Klaus or Elijah. If she was lucky, she’d be rescued by them both. So, as he bit deeper, she tried to push him off her with everything she had. That obviously didn’t work, so she kicked him, which worked. Before she could get to her feet though, he lunged at her.

        As he lunged at her to bite her again, Tyler grabbed him, holding him off, which gave her a chance to escape.

        She grabbed the knife that was on the floor and made a run for it as Tyler told him, “Enough. You’ll kill her. Just stop,” trying to reason with him.





        Once in the heart of the Bayou woods, she stopped, everything going black for her. Then she felt something hard and knew she was on the ground.

        As everything started to fade, she heard someone she never would’ve thought she would ever be happy to see or hear in her life.

        “Katerina!” she heard Klaus yell, before she felt a gentle hand on the right side of her face. “What happened, luv?” she heard him ask her.

        “Tyler. He used our child’s blood to show me that she’s the key to making hybrids. The hybrid got out of control. They’re at the cabin,” she said softly.

        She felt herself being pulled into his arms, before she heard him say, “I’ve got you, luv. You’re safe now.” Then everything went black for her.





        While Katerina was out cold in her room in her bed at home, Klaus dealt with the issue of Tyler and his mistake, while Elijah sat on her bedside and rested a gentle hand on her left one, before silently looking down at her.





        When she came to, she saw that her hands hand been freed and she was on her back in her room in her bed. She then turned her head to see that Klaus was leaning against a wall. He had clearly been waiting for her to wake up. When he did realize she was awake, he sat on her bedside.

        “Thank you,” she said, looking up at him.

        “Anything for you, luv.”

        “What happened to Tyler?”

        “I sent him on his way. He’s not worth killing.”

        “Good. I wouldn’t want Caroline to hate you forever for killing him. Just so you know, I didn’t believe a word he said.”

        “Get some rest, Katerina,” he encouraged, before leaving the room.

        She watched him leave, as a feeling came over her. She realized that he wasn’t who he used to be, and that she was starting to care about him, no matter what he had done in the past.





        It was a beautiful day, as Klaus walked into the compound to be face to face with Marcel. Then, a moment later, there were vampires too.

        “What’s this?” Klaus questioned him.

        Marcel informed him of his intentions.

        “You think you can subdue me with this!” Klaus yelled at Marcel, before addressing the vamps. “Vampires of New Orleans, as you know, I am an Original hybrid. I cannot be killed! Now—” He took out a coin. “anyone that picks up this coin, gets to live.” He tossed it, but none of them made a move to pick it up. “Well then, come on!”

        Suddenly, chains were thrown onto his wrists.

        He looked at the vampires and then Marcel, as his vampire side tried to get free. All that he could was try though, because he couldn’t free himself. Not even when he let a little of his werewolf strength lose. And as he stood there, eyes yellow, glaring with hatred at Marcel, his mind raced with what he would do to him if he got out of this alive. He had lied to them that he couldn’t be killed, because a White Oak stake was the one thing that could kill him. They didn’t know that, though.





        Kat was wondering why Klaus hadn’t answered her calls and hadn’t come home for a while, so she went to investigate. And when she was about to pass the compound, she figured that he was probably there. So, being careful, she let herself into the compound, only to see the scene. He was definitely in danger.

        As she made her presence known, starting towards him, she yelled, “Stop!”

        Marcel turned around, only to get pinned to a wall with a knife to his throat.

        “Let him go.”

        “And why should I do that?”

        “Because when I’m determined, I’ll do anything to get what I want. Let him go or I will kill you.”

        “No need to threaten me, you know.”

        She took her Traveler knife away and headed over to Klaus, as Marcel told his guys, “Let him go.”

        They obeyed and she helped him get home.





        It was a beautiful day, as Davina used her magic on Marcel, Klaus, and Elijah, angry beyond comparison.

        “I’m tired of all your lies!” she yelled at Marcel.

        “And you pretend not to be a monster. Why don’t you show us what you really are?” she said to Klaus.

        “And you act all noble and caring, but you lied to me too. You’re a monster. Why don’t you choke on it?” she said to Elijah.

        As she used her magic on them, making Klaus start to phase wolf, Elijah choking on blood, and putting Marcel in pain, Kat suddenly came down the stairs, and stopped at the bottom of them.

        “Davina, stop!” she yelled, heading towards them.

        “Why should I? They deserve what they get.”

        “No. They don’t. Don’t make me stop you myself. I’m descended from Travelers, which means that I can stop you with my own magic. Now, stop. Please. I don’t want to hurt you.”

        Finally, Davina stopped.

        “Thank you,” Kat said.

        Davina gave her a glare, before walking away.





        When Klaus woke up, still in torment from the knife that was inside him, he recognized that he was in the epidemic hospital from 1918. Why he had been taken there, he wasn’t sure. He only knew that he was weak and hungry. That, and the torment was becoming unbearable. He didn’t even know how long he had been out for, much less how long he had been in the abandoned hospital. And all he could think of besides the torment was one; how Katerina and the child would survive if he didn’t get through this; two; what would become of Sweet Caroline if he wasn’t around to save her life; and three; would Elijah be enough protection for Katerina and the baby?





        “Katerina,” Elijah called to her from a room he had taken his shirt off in.

        She entered from the hallway, only to see him without his shirt on, for the first time in 500 years.

        She walked towards him.

        “What’s going on?”

        “Celeste is playing games with me. She has magically written witch names on my body, since I’m so determined to find out from her where she has Niklaus at.”

        “Then let’s get started,” she commented, wanting Klaus back. That, and she was the most experienced when it came to witches. Plus, over the last month, she and Klaus had fallen in love.

        Reading names of witches, she realized where Klaus was at.

        “It has to be the 1918 sanitarium.”

        “Are you sure?”

        “Yes. I know witches. Trust me.”

        “Stay here, Katerina. I don’t want you to get hurt.”

        He put his shirt and jacket back on, before leaving.





        Later that night, they had him home, knife out of him, and him in bed. It relieved them, because they didn’t want anything to happen to him. Even if he was a pain in the ass most days.





        It was a beautiful day, as Kat and Klaus continued their search for Elijah. It wasn’t good that he was MIA, because of all the killings of vampires they’d been having. They knew it was Papa doing it, because of the marks. He was bad news.





        When they found him, he looked desiccated, but wasn’t dead. He was an Original, so he was being Papa’s endless source of power.

        When they tried to get to him, they realized there was an invisible shield.

        “Bite me,” she told Klaus.

        “What?”

        “I’m descended from Travelers. My blood will let us through.”

        Seeing her point, he bit her and she let some of her blood drip onto the circle, before they tried again. It worked this time, and they got him home.





        Soon, Elijah was awake and went to get himself something to eat.





        It was a beautiful day as Elijah, Kat, and Klaus walked, on their way to enjoy the festival. By now, she was showing and around five months. She never complained though, because she was familiar with the feeling from the first time around.

        Suddenly, on the sidewalk and by a pole, she started to cough up blood. And she couldn’t stop. And then everything started to go black.

        As she started to collapse, Klaus was there and caught her. Then everything went black.

        A moment later, she saw that she was at the compound where they all lived at now, but it was different. Mikael was there.

        “No. I can’t be,” she said, realizing that she was dead, since she knew that Mikael was dead.

        “Oh, but you are, darling,” Mikael said.

        He grabbed her roughly.

        “You and that vermin?” he growled at her. “I thought you hated him just as much as I do.”

        “I did. I’m not sorry, Mikael. This is our chance for a new life.”

        “I don’t think so.”

        “How could you be so cruel to your son? To your family?"

        “He is not my son, and that creature inside you isn’t my family!”

        He threw her against a wall, but she was okay. He then grabbed a piece of wood and lunged at her with it, but she tapped into her Traveler magic, magically throwing it out of his hands, and throwing him against a wall.

        “How did you do that?” he asked.

        “I’m descended from Travelers. Now stay away from me and my family.”

        Suddenly, she was pulled out of the Other Side and was suddenly gasping, revived. She then saw that both Originals were at her side and Genevieve, a witch, was at her other side.





        Later that night, Klaus came into her room.

        She looked away from the window to see Klaus.

        “I want to show you something,” he said.

        She followed him into a room, which was a nursery.

        “It’s beautiful,” she said, smiling, before it disappeared.

        She looked at him.

        “When I died today, I saw Mikael. He tried to kill me.”

        “What did he say to you?”

        “Nothing that’s true. You’re different from what Mikael thinks of you as.”

        They gave each other smiles, before he left. She then went back into her room and looked up at the sky, wondering if her parents were watching her. She wondered if her mother approved or not.

        There was a knock on the open door.

        She turned around.

        “Come in, Elijah.”

        She gave him a smile and he smiled back, as he entered.

        “I’m glad you’re feeling well,” he greeted.

        “So am I.”

        She wrapped her arms around his neck.

        They looked at each other.

        “I love you too much to lose you like that,” he told her.

        “I love you, too,” she said.

        A moment later, they were kissing. And in that moment, she chose Elijah.
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You Found Me (2nd one I created with the same titl


A/N: Silas comes to Katherine when the veil is taken down to the Other Side, when they need Quetsyiah’s help to find out how to get rid of Kai for good.



        It was a dark night in New Orleans, as Elijah Mikaelson sat in his house in a chair in his parlor. He had finally given up on Klaus after 1,000 years of being loyal to him. He had given up on him due to Gia’s death. Katerina had been right that night in Mystic Falls. Klaus was family, but he wasn’t worth it. As if thinking of her had summoned her, his doorbell rang and he could smell Katerina’s scent with the mixture of human. He hadn’t heard of any Mystic Falls news, so he didn’t know what to expect.

        When he opened the door, he immediately realized that she was human due to either taking the cure, or it being shoved down her throat. He knew that this meant that she needed help. It was the famous Katherine thing to do. Come for help and get that person accidentally or purposely screwed over. He didn’t have the heart to go back to chasing her again, so he wasn’t ready for this.

        “What do you want?” he asked, knowing she always wanted something.

        “I tried to kill Elena after we broke up, and this is what I get. I need your help. I need protection. Please, Elijah,” she summarized.

        He let her in, and then closed the door and faced her.

        “Why should I even help you? After everything you’ve done, maybe you deserve it,” he said, voicing his thoughts.

        “I’m human now. I have many enemies. Without protection, I’m dead,” she answered, surprised by his words. He had to be dealing with something personal to be like this towards her.

        “You’re always trouble, Katherine. Right now, I don’t have time for you, so do what you want.”

        He headed out the door, leaving her alone.

        She sighed, unhappy, and went upstairs to go take a bath. Hopefully, no one would try and kill her. Elijah probably wouldn’t be back until an hour or so later.





        Half an hour later, she had found his bathroom in the house, and had just filled the bathtub and turned it off, when she felt someone watching her.

        She turned around where she stood in front of the bathtub, only to face Silas.

        “Hello, Katherine.”

        She gasped in pain, when he put a hand around her throat, and she felt pain in her side. Then he through her, and she fell in and everything went blurry, when her head hit a corner of the tub. Then she tried to do everything possible to reach the surface, when she was held under, but she was finding it hard to breathe.





        Two hours later, after returning from the bar, and after he had cleared his head, he closed the door, only to smell the familiar scent of blood.

        “Katerina?” he called, just loud enough for her to hear.

        After a moment of silence, he began to worry about her. Something he hadn’t done in several centuries. Then, when he looked to the stairs, he saw the light on in the bathroom. Figuring she was probably there, he went up the stairs.

        Upon entering the bathroom, it was like history repeating for him. The love of his life in a bathtub. The difference was it wasn’t Klaus’ fault, she wasn’t a witch, and it looked like someone had drowned her and stabbed her, if the red water was any indication.

        No, he thought, and was instantly at the tub.

        He gently but quickly lifted her out of the water, and gently layed her down on the floor on her back. He then took his jacket off and pulled out the knife, before tossing it aside and using his jacket to apply pressure to her side wound, as he looked down at her and listened with vamp hearing. She was very pale with purple lips and blood on the right side of her head, and he couldn’t hear a heartbeat or her breathing.

        His heart broke, realizing she might really be gone. He had to do something, though. He couldn’t lose her of all people. So, he bent down and kissed her, giving her some air, trying to revive her.

        “Come on, Katerina. Come back to me. Breathe. I need you to breathe for me,” he said after ten minutes of nothing. He tried a few more times. “Now is not the time to be stubborn. You can’t leave me like this. We need each other. Please, Katerina.” He stopped and rested a hand on her cold, pale cheek. “I’m sorry, Katerina. Just come back. Don’t leave me. Please,” he pleaded.

        A moment later, eyes still closed, she began to cough up water. As she did, he took his hand away and sighed in relief.

        A few minutes later, after she had finished, she opened her eyes to blurrily see Elijah with a relieved face.

        “Elijah?” she said softly.

        “I’m here, Katerina,” he assured her.

        She gave a smile, as she fought to stay awake. Between blood loss, her wounds, and freezing, everything was starting to fade.

        He gently pulled her into his arms and bit his wrist, putting it to her lips.

        “Katerina, drink,” he instructed, in which she did.

        He pulled his wrist away from her lips, when she had had enough.

        Her wounds were soon healed, but he knew he had to get her into some dry clothes as cold as she was from the water. So, soon enough, she was in his bed, dressed, and in dry clothes.

        He closed the door, glad to have been able to save her. If she died, he didn’t know what pieces of him would be left. Almost losing her tonight had made him see how much he was still in love with her. He had to protect her, and he would.
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