Kiss The Girl (Uma x fem!reader)
Uma barely had enough time to get dressed before a grumpy Harry and half asleep Gil came barging into her dorm room. “Waking up at the bloody cracka dawn. This school is bonkers,” Harry growled, crossing his arms over his chest.
“You should have known it was going to happen before you accepted,” The sea witch muttered, applying her eyeliner with deadly precision.
“And leave my Captain and mates with these pansies? Not likely,” The brunet retorted, elbowing a sleeping Gil.
The Captain smirked, laying down her eye pencil before turning to face her comrades. “Well, boys. Let’s go show these pretty pink princesses and perfect princes what Villains are truly like.”
The two boys exchanged mischievous grins, “ Aye aye, Captain.”
“Here you go, little guy,” You whispered, gently untangling a Koi from Auradon’s “Serenity Garden”. Some bastard apparently decided to try fishing in the Koi Pong. Again.
Being the Granddaughter of King Triton made you the obvious candidate , along with the son of Rapunzel, Thomas, who had proven to have a green thumb, to tend to the Garden, seeing as it was mostly bridges and trails centered around a rather large system of ponds and rivers. With certain areas for beautiful plant life, of course. There was even a small area dedicated to growing fresh fruits and vegetables, tended to by some student volunteers.
“What is this place?” A girl’s voice cut through the silence, startling you enough to accidentally cut yourself on the surprisingly sharp fishing line tangled around your hand. You turned your head, surprised to find one of the newly attending Villain Kids standing behind you, arms crossed as she observed the garden.
“The Serenity Garden,” You answered, startling the girl. She looked at you with wide eyes, reaching for her belt as if attempting to grab a sword that wasn’t there. “When did you get there?””
“I could ask you the same question,” You replied with an amused smile. “You startled me as well.”
“Are you fishing? I\ figured that would against the…” She trailed off, as if not knowing the word she was looking for.
“Rules?” You offered, attempting to untangle your hand, only succeeding in tangling up your other hand as well.
“Oh it is, very much so. Some boy has been trying to fish for Koi. Poor Louis got tangled up in the fishing line. Elmer nearly drowned thanks to the leather coat he left behind holding him underwater,” You mumbled, nodding to a red leather jacket hanging on the railing of the bridge a few feet away. “I didn’t know fish could drown,” The girl muttered, a confused look on her face.
“Well, they can if they’re in water completely devoid of oxygen and aren’t able to surface. But Elmer is a toad,” You explained, cutting yourself again on the fishing line wrapped around your hands.
“Do you need some help?” She asked, motioning to your tangled hands. You gave a sheepish laugh, “Please.”
The girl crouched down beside you, working on getting your hands free. “I’m Uma.”
“I’m Y/N. It’s nice to meet you, Uma.”
“Why is it every time I come here you’re in some type of trouble?” Uma mumbled, as she pulled you out of the water of the Koi pond. You laughed, “It’s not like I meant to fall in the Koi Pond! Annabelle was trapped between a rock and the side of the pond and I slipped.” You explained, squeezing out your shirt.
“Why do you name your fish?” She asked, watching you with amusement as you pulled your soaked hair up into a ponytail. “I don’t name them. They name themselves. They just tell me their names and get offended when I don’t call them by them,” You muttered.
Her eyebrows shot up. “You can speak to fish?” She asked, looking a little weirded out by the fact you appeared to be hearing voices.
“My mother is Ariel, of course I can speak to fish, what did you expect?” You asked. She gave a nod, “I should have seen that coming.”
“So what brings you by?” You asked, sitting on the edge of the bridge, letting your feet dangle into the water. She sat beside you, crossing her legs so her boots wouldn’t get wet. “Well, Harry is trying to find Carlos and Gil is at Tourney practice,” She explained, laying back to stare up at the cloudy sky.
“Oh so I’m just your third option?” You teased, mimicking her actions and turning your head to face her.
“Never,” She replied, a small smile appearing on her face.
“Good,” You said, scooting closer to her slightly. “Because you’re my first choice,” you added softly.
“Am I now?” She teased softly, moving even closer to you so your faces were mere inches part. You nodded, smile mimicking hers.
“Good,” She whispered, leaning her face closer to yours.
You closed your eyes, leaning closer until you could feel her lips grazing yours when -
“Oh, sorry, am I interruptin’ somethin’ here?” Harry asked from where he stood at the end of the bridge. Uma sat up quickly, glaring at her first mate. “Yes, Harry, you are,” Uma gritted out through clenched teeth.
“Oopsies. Mal’s looking for you. Something about putting a cream depilatory in some princess’s shampoo bottle for looking at you?” Harry raised his eyebrows, clicking his tongue, “I must say, Cap… I’m so proud of you.”
“You should probably go take care of that,” You remarked, raising an eyebrow at the blue haired girl.
“Yeah,” She sighed. You gave her a smile before pressing your lips to her cheek. “See you tomorrow, Uma.”
“Why does the Isle have dark cloud over it?” You asked as you sat by the edge of Auradon staring across the ocean at the Island she called home. “My mom said it’s because Beast and Belle wanted to make the Isle as dreadful as humanely possible,” She replied, lips pressed into a tight line. You shook your head, lacing your fingers through hers.
“Do you ever miss it? The Isle, I mean,” You asked, gazing at the dreadful looking Island. She nodded, giving your hand a squeeze. “Sometimes. I miss my ship, my necklace, my freedom, hell, sometimes I even miss working at Ursula’s Fish and Chips with my crew. I definitely miss my swords, being able to rough someone up for disrespecting me. You definitely can’t do that here.”
“I’d love to see the look on Fairy Godmother’s face if you did that,” You laughed, leaning your head on her shoulder. “She’d probably Bibbidi bobbity boo me right back to the Isle,” She muttered, laughing slightly.
“Yeah don’t do that then,” You chuckled.
“Why? You’d miss me that much?” She teased.
“Yeah. I would,” You whispered softly. Uma’s face softened as you locked eyes.
“There you see her,”
“Did you hear that?” She asked, eyebrows furrowing in confusion.
“Sitting there across the way,”
“She don’t have a lot to say,
But there’s something about her”
“Who the hell is singing right now?” Uma called out, looking around.
“And you don’t know why,
But you’re dying to try,
You wanna Kiss The Girl.”
You wanted to die of embarrassment when a few other villain kids poked their heads out of the bushes. Are they seriously singing right now!?
Uma’s face heated, with embarrassment or fury you couldn’t tell, the more the song went on.
“I’m so sorry they did that,” Uma whispered to you after they finished and were now staring at you expectantly.
You glanced at the small group before getting a playful smile.
“Well what?” The sea witch asked.
“Are you gonna kiss the girl?”
A smile overtook her face as she nodded slightly.
“Yeah, I am.” And with that, she pressed her lips to yours.
“Hey, Lass - er, Lasses? I get yer all sexually frustrated and all, but can you not eat each other’s faces off right now? I’d like to keep my appetite in tact.”