Over the past year or so, Serah had gotten used to finding Hope over at her sister’s house. Honestly, even at the beginning, she hadn’t been all that surprised. Those two just seemed made for each other.
Even they were both way too dense to realize it.
There were definitely times when Serah wanted to just lock them in a room together and wait until they talked out their feelings. Sometimes she was convinced that some girl would swoon all over poor Hope and drag him away from Lightning.
Now she was wondering if that would happen the other way around.
Hello Elise. I'm feeling really ill and gross today. I wondered if you had any Jehanparnasse headcannons?
Les Amis + beauty and the beast? Like enjoltaire or jehanparnasse?
I hope it’s okay to combine these two ♥
Montparnasse was a very vain and very arrogant prince. He treated each and every single one of his subjects as inferiors and, though it was true in title, he wasn’t better than any of them. Even worse, in some regard
A witch cast a spell on the arrogant prince, to teach him humility and compassion, and changed him into a horrid beast.
He wouldn’t age, which was his dearest wish, but he would have to find someone who loved him before a century had passed, otherwise he would age and decay, with the rest of his castle.
Let’s say the deal wasn’t easy because his outward appearence now reflected the inward flaws of his soul
A century had almost come to pass and nothing had happened. Until the day a man cam to Montparnasse’s gates to steal a rose from the magnificent red rose bushes. Apparently, the man had wished to offer than to the woman he loved, but was captured for his audacity because he had the chance to do so
Hearing of Marius’ capture, his friend Jean Prouvaire came to his rescue, offering themself instead. As Marius’ heart was already haunted by someone else, the opportunity to seduce Jehan instead to lift the curse arose.
Except seducing your captive was easier said than done. Jehan stayed locked up in their room, not talking to Montparnasse ever.
Desperate to be loved (and very clumsy to achieve that), Montparnasse started showering Jehan with all the riches he had, but nothing worked. Jehan wasn’t a material person, they wouldn’t be swayed by them.
But then they discovered the gardens and the library and bloomed, reading for hours on end. Montparnasse softened at the sight, but had very little hope that Jehan would soften back, given how revulsing his beast form was
Jehan, however, understood the problem very quickly. Maybe, by pushing the right buttons, they could help Parnasse to open up and be a lot less sullen and arrogant.
Jehan discovered there was more under there than the rough exterior, even though the prince had a hard time showing it. And their heart softened in return
In the end, it wasn’t Jehan’s love who lifted the curse. It was Montparnasse accepting his beast form and learning that appearances aren’t everything. Loving himself did count at “being loved by someone”