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It Only Hurts If I Let It In (Kalijah)


        It was a dark night in New Orleans as Katherine Pierce fed from a human guy viciously in an alley. She had no care in the world. She’d turned it off. She didn’t feel anything anymore. It felt great to her.

        She felt someone watching her, but she kept feeding.

        Elijah Mikaelson watched the girl feed who he’d been tracking down. It wasn’t hard due to the bodies she left in her wake.

        He stepped out of the shadows.

        “I think you’ve had quite enough,” he said nicely, but with warning in his voice.

        The female kept feeding and growled at him, so he through her off him enough so he wouldn’t hurt her and then compelled the human to forget everything that had happened and the human then left.

        When Elijah turned to face the girl who was on her feet, he was met with surprise. He was surprised that it was Katerina. She’d always kept a low profile, so he figured that, for some reason, she’d turned it off recently. He knew something drastic had happened to her for her to turn it off. He had to do something. He needed; wanted to help her. He owed her that much.

        She glared at him, unhappy at him.

        He slowly walked towards her. He knew she could be unpredictable with her humanity on, but he’d never seen her like this. He didn’t know what to expect from her.

        “Katerina,” he greeted.

        “I don’t want your help, Elijah,” she growled darkly at him.

        “I know. I’m sorry. Whatever happened, I should’ve been there.”

        “You never had a daughter, so you wouldn’t understand,” she growled.

        She went to leave at vamp speed, but he was faster and pinned her to a wall. He wasn’t letting her go so easy.

        “Not so fast, Katerina.”

        With vamp reflexes, he snapped her neck and then caught her from hitting the ground and picked her up in his arms.

        “I’m so sorry, Katerina.”

        A moment later, he vanished, heading home.





        “Elijah, what’s going on?” Hayley asked, seeing him with Katherine in his arms.

        “She’s the reason for the bodies. I don’t know why, but she’s abandoned her humanity. I’m going to get her to turn it back on,” he replied to the newly made hybrid, as he passed her and headed upstairs to his room. Then, once in his room, he gently layed her down in his bed.

        A moment later, she started to come to.

        “Tell me what happened. Let me help you. Just let me in. Just feel something; anything,” he said, before she could say anything.

        “Leave me alone,” she growled, this time snarling, almost vamping out at him.

        “I’m not leaving. Not again. I left you and found you like this. You’re my responsibility. I need you, Katerina.”

        “Get the hell away from me,” she growled. “You can’t force me to do anything.”

        “Maybe not with this approach, but maybe with another approach. I never wanted to hurt you. I’m sorry.”

        She growled at him.

        “You left. You didn’t care. Why now? You left me to die. I died in torment because of Damon and I never saw Nadia afterward. You didn’t even care to say goodbye. I waited for you to show up any minute and you never did. Then it was too late. Luckily, I found a way to turn back into a vampire, but Nadia’s death was too much for me. She was the only one in this world that didn’t second guess my intentions or hate me or despise me. For once I was loved unconditionally. I hope you’re happy with yourself,” she summarized in a growl.

        “Believe me when I tell you I didn’t know. Forgive me.”

        “Really? Because your brother sure knew. The only thing that kept him from watching me die was Caroline.”

        “I’m really sorry, Katerina.”

        He chained her to a wooden chair and had Hayley watch her, while he went to confront Klaus.

        Katherine glared at the new hybrid with dark eyes and growled, but Hayley ignored her actions.





        Klaus was painting in his room, when Elijah found him. Though he was angry, he kept it in.

        Elijah leaned against the door frame.

        “I’d like to know why you didn’t tell me about Katerina. You know how much I care about her.”

        “Because she would’ve distracted you from helping me get this city back to being ours. Besides, she was only human. I gather someone from Mystic Falls told you?”

        “Actually, Katerina did. She’s a vampire now and she’s turned it off. She’s responsible for the bodies. She needs help and I intend to do just that. But please. Do carry on.”

        With that, Elijah left Klaus’ room and headed back to his.





        Hayley and Elijah met in the hall.

        “I have an idea,” he told her. “You both lost a daughter. Not in the same way, but you can relate. Maybe you can get her to turn it back on.”

        “Are you sure it’ll work?” Hayley questioned.

        “A mother’s love is always the strongest,” he replied.

        “I’ll try,” Hayley said, before going into his room and sitting on the foot of Elijah’s bed, looking at Katherine, thinking of where to start. Elijah was right. This was good for them both. A mother’s love was the strongest.

        “I may not know what happened to your daughter, but I lost my daughter too. You’re not alone. She was pretty much torn from my arms,” Hayley began.

        This struck home with Katherine, remembering in 1490, when Nadia had been torn from her arms by her father. Losing Nadia for the second and final time had shattered her completely.

        After six months of not feeling anything, Katherine began to feel something. She didn’t even growl or glare at Hayley anymore. She just looked at her, feeling something familiar. Sorrow.

        “You’re not alone either. What happened?” Katherine replied.

        Hayley explained to her how the witches, apart from Davina, had tried to kill Hope, and that she had to send Hope away to Rebekah, because of the danger in New Orleans.

        “I’m sorry for your loss.”

        “Thanks. What happened to yours?” Hayley replied.

        Kat told her of Nadia. How she’d been torn from her arms in 1490. How she’d died in Mystic Falls because of Tyler and because of Klaus.

        “I’m sorry you had to go through that.”

        Hayley, hearing Katherine’s story, felt sorry for her. She knew what it was like to lose your daughter once, and it was unbearable for her. She couldn’t imagine losing her daughter twice.

        Elijah listened to them from where he was leaning against the door frame.

        Hayley got a call on her phone, so she left.

        Elijah walked in, closing the door behind himself, and went up to her, unchaining her from the chair.

        After six months, she actually felt the pain of losing Nadia. And as she let her humanity back in and sobbed for the loss of Nadia, Elijah was there for her. He knew that she needed him now more than ever.

        She wrapped her arms around his neck and cried into his shoulder.





        That night, after she had finished as they’d layed on his bed beside each other, and after she’d told him everything, she didn’t push him away, which meant that she had let him in again. That gave him hope that she could be saved from herself and that she trusted him, even after he’d left her.
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Ex to the Rescue (Kalijah)


        It was a dark, cold night in New Orleans, as Elijah headed home after having a drink at the only bar in town.

        When he saw a girl on the sidewalk on her side, he was instantly knelt at her side. He could easily see that she had been bitten and fed on, but was still alive.

        He gently rolled her onto her back and was shocked.

        “Katerina?”

        He brushed some hair out of her face and looked down at her, making sure he wasn’t seeing things. She was pale from blood loss and the cold, and there were scratches and injuries elsewhere. When he touched her, her skin was warm, as if she was burning up. He could tell that she was human. No matter what, he had to help her. Although he had broken up with her, he still cared about and loved her. He hadn’t given up on her. He had just hadn’t had time to hear her side of the situation. Now she was human. That meant that she had taken the cure, or it had been shoved down her throat. No wonder she was in New Orleans. She must’ve come for help. His help.

        He gently pulled her into his arms and bit his wrist, putting it to her lips, making his blood go down her throat. He hoped it would work, since no one had taken it before. They didn’t know of any side effects to it.

        A moment later, he took his wrist away, which instantly healed.

        As he gently pulled her into his arms and got ready to pick her up, her still out cold, her body began to reject his blood.





        Half an hour later, he had her lying on her back on his bed in his room, at his family home. He had bandaged her wounds, but she was still under and burning up with a high fever. He hadn’t known what to do, so he had gotten a nurse to come in.

        Soon enough, she informed him that she had given her some medication for the fever and that she would be okay. He thanked her and then compelled her to forget everything since being called on, before she left the compound.





        A few days later, the fever went away and she began to wake up.

        Elijah was seated on her bedside where he had not left since, except to eat.

        He looked down at her, his left hand in her right one, as she came to.

        “Katerina?” he called to her.

        She opened her eyes to see a very relieved Elijah.

        She smiled.

        “You saved me. Thanks.”

        “What has happened to you? Why are you human? What did you need to come to me for?” he questioned her.

        “I was angry after you left me, so I was stupid enough to take it out on Elena and try to kill her. I didn’t know she had the cure in her pocket, and she shoved it down my throat. I’ve had a terrible summer. I wanted to ask you for your protection. I’m human, and I have many enemies. If word gets out that I’m human, I’m dead. Please, Elijah.”

        He knew she had gotten herself into this mess, but it was an accident. Besides, he wanted to help her. So, being the noble man he was, he promised to protect her.

        A moment later, they were kissing.
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Former Lover To The Rescue (Kalijah)


        It was a dark night in New Orleans, as Elijah Mikaelson walked home from the bar after a couple drinks.

        Suddenly, on a desolate street, he smelled the familiar scent of human blood mixed with Katerina’s scent. So, he followed the scents to investigate.

        A few minutes later, a street over, he saw her seated against a wall of a building.

        He was instantly knelt in front of her. He then looked her over, assessing her condition. He could tell, even in the darkness, that she was pale from blood loss. When he heard a heartbeat, he realized that she was human again. She was out cold too with her head to the left. He rested a gentle hand on her forehead to find her skin luke cold. He listened to her heartbeat and breathing and realized that she was barely breathing and her heart was weak. He saw that her lower stomach was heavily bleeding as well as her right side and she had lost too much blood for his liking. There was also blood on either side of her hand.

        He gently pulled her into his arms and bit his wrist, putting it to her lips, making his blood go down her throat to save and heal her.

        A few minutes later, after her wounds healed, he took his wrist away, which instantly healed. He then got to his feet with her in his arms, and blurred home.





        When she woke up, she was alive and healed, as well as in Elijah’s bed in his room. So, in the end, she lived.
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Battle of New Orleans (2nd revised version)


        It was a beautiful day, as Katherine Pierce stood in a corner and watched who she could only guess was a witch. She looked to be just a teenager. There was a guy she could see was a vampire, considering that it looked like he had been bitten. She guessed that either a hybrid or Klaus himself had done it to him. The way the girl was trying to save his life the best she could, Katherine figured that they were in love. She had known that feeling way too many times.

        When Marcel came in, he informed her about the fight he and Klaus had.

        “Did he bleed?” she asked him.

        “I got him pretty good, yeah.”

        “Show me.”

        With that, Katherine followed them to the spot where the fight had taken place. Then, when Marcel had left, she watched Davina magically put his blood in a cup and then give the blood to Josh who had followed her outside.

        After Josh was cured and had gone, Davina went back inside where she finally saw Katherine by the table.

        Davina looked at her, not knowing who she was, but guessing she was a ghost.

        “Who are you?” she questioned.

        “Katherine Pierce these days, though I used to be known as Katerina Petrova. What’s your name?”

        “Davina.”

        “Okay, Davina. I need you to bring me back to life.”

        “Why would I do that?”

        “Because I’m not exactly the friendliest person and I can tell that you aren’t either. Or I can always find another witch to bring me back to life, along with my daughter. It’s a little hard to be with someone you love if you’re dead.”

        “Does everyone bend over backwards to help you when you threaten them?”

        “Not everyone. Look, whatever revenge you want with Klaus, I can help you. I know the one thing that can kill him and I have a lot of experience in being several steps ahead of him. I ran from him for 500 years, but I don’t hate him anymore. I’ll help you with your revenge if you bring me back to life. Trust me, Davina,” she said.

        Davina looked at her, trying to figure out whether she should do what was asked of her or not. She didn’t know Katherine, but judging from what she told her, she knew how to get revenge when it came to Klaus.

        “I’ll help you,” she finally decided.

        “I have one condition. You need to bring my daughter, Nadia, back to life too.”

        At that, Nadia came through from the Other Side.

        “So, she’ll do it then?”

        “Yes, Nadia.”

        A few minutes later, Katherine and Nadia were alive again, back to what they were before they had died, but without Katherine dying of old age.

        “Thank you, Davina. I’ll be around when you’re ready to get a plan to revenge Klaus for whatever it is,” she said, before she and Nadia left.





        “Where are we going?” Nadia asked her mother, as they walked through New Orleans.

        “To find out what has become of Klaus and Elijah.”

        “I thought you hated Klaus.”

        “I did, but I’ve forgiven him for the dastardly deeds he’s done to me.”

        Suddenly, they both heard screaming.

        “Hayley,” Katherine said.

        “Nadia, I want you to find Hayley and help her and the child. Hayley and the child don’t deserve to be killed. They deserve better than that. Go. I’ll go find Klaus,” she said hurriedly, before looking for a bar. She knew Klaus well enough that if he wasn’t with Hayley and the child and if he wasn’t at home, he was more likely drinking or killing. That or he could be in deep trouble, since he was so good at peeving the wrong people off.

        As she searched for Klaus, Nadia followed the sounds of the girl’s screams, not knowing who this Hayley was. All she knew was that if Katherine wanted Hayley to live, it was beneficial for it to happen. There were very few people she would keep alive, knowing her mother.





        When Katherine walked into the bar, she saw a witch and Klaus. There was a body of a guy that Katherine figured Klaus had recently killed for a snack. That was off, since she knew that Klaus didn’t normally kill people these days. He thought twice about killing, unless the person was a complete threat.

        “Face it. In trying to become king of New Orleans, you’ve lost everything. Your sister Rebekah, Marcel your best friend. Even Hayley and the child will suffer.”

        “I will kill you for this!” he growled at her and tried to get to her, but was so weak that she got out of the way before he could even touch her.

        “You’re not in the position to be threatening me, Klaus, much less killing anyone. You’re absolutely pathetic now.”

        She held a hand out, giving him a headache.

        “Leave him alone. You’re just as bad as Mikael,” Katherine interceded, stepping between Genevieve and Klaus, facing Genevieve.

        “And you are?”

        “Katherine Pierce. You think you’ve won, don’t you? You haven’t and you won’t. He may be weak right now due to whatever the hell you did to him, but he’ll be back to himself soon and when he does, I’ll be on his side aiding him in killing you for what you’ve done to him. Now get lost before I change my mind and decide to kill you myself.”

        He watched their exchange, as everything started to go black from the headache Genevieve had just given him.

        Genevieve left the bar, as if nothing had happened between either of them.

        When she had left, Katherine turned around to look at Klaus. She could almost call him helpless, but she knew he wasn’t. He was just weak due to whatever she had done to him.

        She knelt down beside him.

        “Katerina?” he questioned.

        “I know. I should be dead. Well, technically I was, but I made a deal with a teenage witch to bring me and someone else back to life. She’s helping Hayley out so the witches don’t do what I believe they were getting ready to do.”

        “You’re helping me. Why?”

        “Because I forgave you for what you did when I was on my deathbed. That, and no matter what you’ve done, you don’t deserve to be tortured like that. What did that witch do?”

        “I gave her some of my blood for the Moonlight rings for the wolves. I didn’t know that this would happen on every full moon.”

        “I’ll resolve this. Right now, we need to get you home.”

        As she put an arm around him and helped him to his feet, his vision cleared and his headache vanished, but he was still weak.





        Halfway down one of the streets, Katherine saw Nadia with Hayley and the child.

        Katherine walked herself and Klaus towards them.

        “We have a problem,” Kat told Hayley.

        “What?”

        “Something needs to be fixed with the Moonlight rings, or he’s going to be like this every full moon. Nadia, I want you to make sure that Klaus, Hayley, and the child get home safely. I’m going to see if I can find Elijah. I need you to let Nadia help you. She’s my daughter. If any harm comes to her, you won’t like what will be in store for you,” she said, adding that last part to Klaus.





        Half an hour later, Katherine found Elijah walking down a street, looking like he had just been in a blood battle. She figured he was probably looking for Klaus and Hayley. He was staggering too though, which made her think that he had been bitten.

        “Elijah,” she said, as she walked towards him.

        He stopped.

        “Katerina?”

        She rested gentle hands on either side of his face and looked up at him.

        “I promise, it’s me, but right now Klaus needs you more than I do. I stopped the red-headed witch from doing further harm for now, but he’s weak now. It’ll pass when the full moon is over with, but we have to figure something out before the next full moon, or this will happen to him every full moon. It’s because the Moonlight rings are linked to his blood. He, Hayley, and the child are safely home with the protection of my daughter. She recently found me after 500 years of looking for me.”

        “Then let’s go,” he said without hesitation.





        When Kat entered the compound with the love of her life, she saw the aftermath of a battle, which she figured was where Elijah had come from. She figured she’d ask what happened later when she knew that there wasn’t immediate danger on either the Mikaelsons nor Hayley or herself or her daughter.

        “Nadia?” she called.

        Nadia appeared on the top of the stairs.

        “That’s him?”

        “Yes. I think you and I should take care of this mess, while he spends some time with Klaus and the others,” Kat said.

        “We’ll talk later. Thank you, Katerina,” he said, before kissing her on the forehead and then heading upstairs to Klaus.

        Nadia went to stand by her mother.





        The next day, while Hayley stayed with the child which she and Klaus had decided to name Hope, Elijah and Kat and Nadia worked together to find out how they would get back at Genevieve and the Guerra wolves and Monique for what they had done. It seemed like Klaus had fallen, but he hadn’t, because it wasn’t long before Klaus got back to being himself again with his full strength.





        That night, since Klaus was himself again and they had taken down the wolves and witches by making the witches pay and banishing the Guerra wolves from the French Quarter, Kat and Elijah found themselves alone in Elijah’s room with the door closed. They were both seated on the bed after she had filed Elijah in as to what he had missed in Mystic Falls while he had been helping Klaus become king of New Orleans.

        “Forgive me, Katerina. If I had known, I would’ve come as soon as I heard.”

        “There’s nothing to forgive. I found peace after I died but I didn’t want to die. That’s why I asked Davina to bring me and Nadia back to life. I didn’t want to be brought back to life without my daughter. We spent 500 years apart, trying to find each other. I couldn’t imagine a world without her. She’s the only family I have left and I plan on spending time with her every chance I get, just like I plan on doing with you.”

        A moment later, they were kissing and ended up on the bed with him on top, but them being careful, since Kat was human and not a vampire anymore.
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Battle of New Orleans (Kat and Klaus’ POV)


Kat



        My name is Katherine Pierce, formerly Katerina Petrova, and I am human, formerly a 500 year old vampiress. I have been reunited with my daughter, Nadia Petrova. I have come to New Orleans to get Sophie to reverse and stop the side effects of the cure for vampirism that my doppelganger shoved down my throat. I probably deserve it for everything I’ve done to her loved ones, though. Davina did as I asked half an hour ago, since I found out that Sophie’s dead because of Celeste. Celeste is dead because of Elijah. Now I’m on my way to see Hayley and the Originals, excluding Rebekah. Davina told me what I missed, which is a lot. I should’ve come here sooner.

        As I walk down streets in search of them, I hear Hayley screaming. I follow her screams to Father Kieran’s church and walk inside.

        “Get away from her,” I say, realizing what these witches are planning to do.

        They look at me.

        I use my Traveler magic to throw them away from her. Klaus may have done horrible things, but his child and Hayley don’t deserve to be killed. Hayley’s suffered enough and the baby is innocent. Besides, I’ve been pregnant and I know what it’s like to have your child taken from you.

        I look at the wolf.

        “Hayley, push.”

        I look at the witches.

        “I really should kill you right here and right now, but I’m going to leave that to Klaus and Hayley, since it’s their child. Now get out while you still can.”

        I watch them leave, knowing who I am and what I’m capable of. I then turn to Hayley and kneel beside her where she’d lying on the floor, before instructing her on what to do.

        When the child was born and cleaned up and wrapped in a blanket, I help Hayley site up.

        “It’s a girl,” I inform her, before giving her the child.

        “Thank you. How did you know?”

        “I was pregnant before I met any of the Originals. I too had a daughter. We were recently reunited. She’s a vampire. Her name’s Nadia. I left her in Mystic Falls to help everyone there and keep her safe. If anyone found out, my enemies would use her to get to me. I can’t let that happen. Come on. We need to get you two somewhere safe.”

        I help her to her feet and Hayley follows me at my side.

        “Where are we going?” she asks me.

        “To Davina. She’ll protect you two. She owes me one. I’m going to make sure nothing happens to Elijah or Klaus.”





        When they’re with Davina, I go in search of Klaus and Elijah. It doesn’t take long to find the hybrid I ran from for 500 years, since he’s staggering through the street. He looks weak, which makes me think that a witch weakened him somehow.

        I slowly approach, knowing what he’s capable of. And as I get closer, I see that he’s hurt and not healing. This makes me wary, knowing he’s most likely hungry and I’m human.



Klaus



        I stagger through the street after finding out what Genevieve did to me without my knowledge. Now, in my weakened state, I’m hungry. And as the minutes pass, I feel even more weak. Then my vision blurs and I find myself on the ground. I realize that no matter how much I want to save Hayley and our daughter, I can’t. Genevieve was right. I’m too weak to be of use to anyone right now. As I lay on the ground, I hear someone running, but I don’t care. I then close my eyes, hoping to stop the blurriness. I’m too weak to fight anymore.



Kat



        When he collapses to the ground, I race towards and kneel beside him.

        “Klaus?” I call.

        “Katerina?” he whispers.

        He looks up at me.

        “It’s me. Who did this?”

        “Genevieve.”

        “Okay. Let’s get you home.”

        “Hayley.”

        “Don’t worry. Hayley and the child are safe. No harm will come to them.”

        I help him to his feet and put my arm around him, going slow for him, since he’s so weak.





        Once at the compound, I see the mess, but choose to ignore it for the moment. I need to get Klaus to bed before I can deal with anything else.





        Once in his bedroom, I help him lay down in his bed.

        “Rest. I’ll get that spell reversed and link the Moonlight rings to something else. We can’t have you like this every full moon.”

        “Thank you,” he says.

        “You’re welcome,” I reply, before leaving the room and going downstairs to check out the mess, which is the aftermath of the battle. Most vamps are dead, while the rest have been bitten. Francesca is still here with her family.

        I walk towards them.

        “How could you do this? You’ve disrupted the order of things.”

        “All we did was taken back what is ours. Who are you?”

        “Katherine. Now get out, because when Klaus regains his strength, you don’t want to be here. Plus, I would love nothing more than to kill you for this, but I’m refraining from it for Klaus and Elijah.”

        I watch the Guerra werewolves leave, before looking around at the vamps to see if I recognize any of them. I see that one of the bitten is Diego, Marcel’s best friend.

        I walk up to him.

        “Where’s Marcel? I haven’t seen him.”

        “I don’t know. Marcel and Klaus left the compound during the battle to fight.”

        “You and the others better stay here. I’ll get you guys Klaus’ blood, but I need to see where Marcel is. Try not to kill each other if I don’t get back before the hallucinations start,” I say, before leaving to go find Marcel. He’s an old friend of mine, since he helped me on occasion when I needed an ally to help me back when I was a vampire.





        When I find him, he’s seated on the ground with his back against a car, clearly having been bitten. Most likely by Klaus himself. After all, Klaus does have a temper.

        I kneel down in front of him.

        “Well, aren’t you a sight for sore eyes,” he greets me.

        “You need to get back to the compound. The battle’s over and the Guerra wolves have taken back the city, as I’ve been told. They bit your guys. I’ll get them the cure while Klaus is out, though I hate doing it when he’s not in the best of shape after what Genevieve did to him. He may be my enemy, but I’d side with Klaus any day over witches like Genevieve and Monique.”

        I help him to his feet and we head back.





        After I cure them with Klaus’ blood, Marcel informs me that Elijah was in the midst of the battle here. Since he’s not at the compound, I go in search of my ex-boyfriend that I still love. No matter what, I love him all the same. I understand that he left me so he wouldn’t have to return to Mystic Falls after everything’s over with here. Family always comes first. Always and forever.





        When I find him, he’s staggering towards the church; probably looking for Hayley. It looks like he was bitten too. Luckily, I brought a vial of Klaus’ blood with me.

        “Elijah,” I say, which stops him.

        I’m in front of him as soon as he turns around, which is slow considering he’s been bitten. Probably by the Guerra wolves.

        “Katerina?” he questions me, shocked that I’m here. “What are you doing here?”

        “I’ll explain later. Right now, we need to get back to the compound. Genevieve did something to Klaus. If you’re looking for Hayley, she and the child are safe with Davina. Davina owes me one,” I say, before giving him the blood. “Here.”

        When he has taken his brother’s hybrid blood, we head back to the compound.





        After I get the Moonlight rings linked to Tyler Lockwood, I unlink them to Klaus’ blood. I then go get Klaus some blood to get his strength restored. Then, when everything’s said and done with Hayley and the child back at the compound, I meet Elijah in his room and inform him about what happened to me.

        “Forgive me, Katerina,” he says, as he looks down at me. He obviously blames himself for not being there for me when I needed him the most.

        I look up at him and rest and gentle hand on the right side of his cheek.

        “There’s nothing to forgive. You had to help your family find and get rid of the threat. You also had to protect Hayley when she got pregnant, since I doubt Klaus was the one to protect her most of the time. Family comes first no matter what, for the most of us. Always and forever.”

        I give him a smile and we looking into each other’s eyes.

        A moment later, we’re kissing.
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