Fandom: Frozen AU. Set after shipwreck but before coronation day. 17th Century. Pairing: Kristanna (Kristoff/Anna) Rating: M (triggering for everything. if you like happy things, stay away) A/N: I have nothing to say. This is a thing. I have been trying to update it forever. Sorry I take so long. Sorry this is not proof read, but I can either post it now or not for another two weeks and so yes. I guess I had something to say.
Guess who is stuck in bed with a sore throat and headache? Me!!! Turns out the Freshers Flu isn’t a myth! Luckily I have the long weekend off! I wrote a drabble on what would happen if Anna experienced it and Kristoff was there for her (I wish I had a Kristoff!)
“Anna? What’s up?”
She mumbled something from under her duvet but he couldn’t quite make out what she was saying so he walked over to her bed and perched on the side of it.
“Stay away. I’m sick.”
Kristoff laughed, “Freshers Flu.”
“I had it last year. It’s just a bad cold that people tend to get during induction week because they’re mingling, not sleeping well, drinking alcohol, not eating healthy foods.”
“But I don’t even drink.”
“Doesn’t matter. You’ve probably caught it off someone else.”
“I hate it.”
“I know.” He moved the duvet out of the way and crawled into bed next to her. “Come here.”
She manoeuvred into his arms and rested her head on his chest.
“You need anything? I’m going to go food shopping for the flat later,” said Kristoff.
Anna had decided to move in with Kristoff when she began university. They’d already been dating for three years and he had a flat that he shared with his friend Sven which was close to campus so it just made sense.
“Soup, ice lollies for my throat, and ooooh, those little chocolate things you bought me the other day.”
He laughed. “Okay.”
“Will you stay with me for a bit though? My head won’t stop spinning.”
“Of course.” He pressed a kiss to her forehead and she snuggled down into him. “Take a nap, you look exhausted.”
“Love you Anna.”
“Love you too Kris, thanks for taking care of me.”
A few hours later, Kristoff came back from shopping and Anna had managed to shower and take some more painkillers.
She was sat in the living room when he came in. He dropped the bags of shopping on the counter and came over to her, flowers in hand.
“I hope you feel better soon,” he said pressing a light kiss to her lips.
“You’re the best boyfriend ever.” She took the flowers off him and went to put them in a vase.
“I’ll do that,” he said, taking the flowers off her and filling a vase with water.
Maybe having Freshers Flu wouldn’t be so bad after all.
Summary: Every time Kristoff buys one of Anna’s bouquets, he gives her a flower. Every time he gives her a flower, she falls for him a little bit more.
A/N: This was inspired by the tumblr prompt “person a of your otp owns a flower shop, and person b always gives them a flower whenever they buy a bouquet.” Turns out I love putting Kristoff and Anna into customer/salesperson aus
Ooh yay a Kristanna one! I was waiting for this :D
Ship: Kristanna 5: one night stand and falling pregnant AU
It was meant to be a one time thing.
That’s what they had agreed on when they met in the bar that night. When he told her he’d like to take her home. When they were kissing in the back of the cab on the way to his apartment. When they said goodbye the next morning, slightly hung over and with pleasant aches all over their bodies.
But what Anna didn’t expect was to be late…
Now she found herself sitting in the bathroom, staring at the pregnancy test and waiting for the result. She was shaking with fear. How could she have forgotten to take the pill? Or have him use protection!?
This was the thing people stressed about. Accidental pregnancies were sometimes the most humiliating thing a single girl like Anna could go through… and she was terrified that she might have a life form growing inside her without a father to care for it.
Her sister, Elsa, was leaning against the doorframe as she watched Anna worriedly.
“Do you have his number?” she asked for the umpteenth time.
When Kristoff was hired on as a secretary for Arens and Arens Investigations, he
wasn’t expecting the new job to be very exciting. File some paperwork. Answer
phone calls. You know, secretarial stuff.
But as it turned out, the ad omitted one key piece of information, that being the
whole ‘paranormal’ part of ‘Arens and
Arens Paranormal Investigations.’
(Anna Arens, co-owner of the firm, had dropped the word from
the want ad because they’d been getting some…interesting individuals coming in
for interviews. And while Kristoff could certainly understand the logic behind
the decision, he also felt that the paranormal thing? Kind of important.)
Didn’t expect to get this out tonight but that episode - it just made my writing juices flow.
OUAT S4-4.2 White Out
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4.2 White Out
Tonight’s episode was wrought with emotion and laughs. Let’s start at the top. Elsa vowing to find her sister. So like Emma in so many ways. She vows to find her at all costs like Emma did to find Henry in Neverland. She used her magic to close the town borders so she could find her without a chance of someone taking her away. This unfortunately as we see later gave the real big bad of the season an opportunity to blame Elsa when the wall wouldn’t come down at the end of the episode. Elsa and Emma’s interaction was wonderful. It showed tremendous growth on Emma’s part that she was able to get through to Elsa, to speak to her and get her to believe in herself even if it was indirectly through almost dying and Daddy Charming’s help.
There’s so much going on in this episode yet there’s not much at all at the same time.
In honor of the Frozen release today, the thousands of giddy Frozen fans out there and the lovely Kristanna shippers.
Title: I Am Yours Rating: K Who: Kristoff, Anna, KRISTANNA (Of courseee) Summary: Kristoff is greeted by a depressing looking Anna and the news that follows is something Kristoff is not ready for.
“How does that feel buddy?” Kristoff asked Sven as he scratched behind his ear. Sven could only stick out his tongue and smile for an answer. Kristoff chuckled,
“I’m guessing it feels pretty good huh?” Kristoff stopped and Sven looked at him,
“Why did you stop? I didn’t say stop!”
“Well, if I kept going I wouldn’t have been able to give you this!” He picked up the hidden bag of carrots he had gotten from the kitchen. Sven jumped with happiness, smiling from ear to ear with his large tongue flapping around in excitement.
Rating: T (Kristanna feels, suggested make-out scenes)
Characters: Elsa, Anna, & Kristoff
POV: Third-limited (Kristoff)
Summary: Elsa gets a little tired of waiting for Kristoff to say that “special phrase,” so she decides to consult him about the situation and use her powers to make sure everything goes perfectly.
“What is this, the fourth one this month?” Kristoff asks as Anna starts getting dressed for yet another ball that is being thrown this evening. “Why does the Queen insist on having so many balls?”
“Elsa feels guilty for shutting the whole kingdom out for so many years. I guess she’s trying to make up for it. Zip me up?” Anna turns around and pushes her hair to one side and rests it on her shoulder. Kristoff slowly zips Anna’s dress up. Once he reaches the top, he starts kissing her neck.
“Kristoff, you know I want to, but-” Anna is interrupted by someone knocking at the door. Anna groans. “but they’ll be coming to get me soon.” Anna leans up and kisses Kristoff passionately, neither wanting to let go. The person knocks on the door again, but this time poking their head in.
Gerda looks at the two of them and raises one eyebrow. “Princess Anna, Mr. Bjorgman, sorry to interrupt, but her majesty would like to see you, Kristoff.” Anna and Kristoff exchange looks of confusion.
“Do you know why the Queen wants to see me?” Kristoff asks. Anna is still tight in his embrace.
Gerda shakes her head. “No sir, but I would hurry if I were you.”
“Tell her I’ll be there in five minutes.” Gerda looks at him with a face full of disapproval. “I’m just saying goodbye to my girl, relax.” Gerda leaves Anna’s room, but lingers outside for a moment.
“I’m going to miss you tonight.” Anna looks up at her tall boyfriend and smiles at him.
“I wish I could handle these things, Anna. I really do. But you and I both know I’m not really a people person.”
Anna laughs a little at him. “Believe me, I’m well aware.” Kristoff leans down and kisses her sweet lips once more before leaving to find the Snow Queen.
Kristoff walks to the double doors that enclose Queen Elsa’s study. He hesitates at first, but eventually knocks on the doors. Once he’s done it, her regrets it so much because within a number of seconds Elsa opens the doors and pulls him inside.
“Hey there, Kristoff.” Elsa says with a sly smile.
“Your majesty,” Kristoff says while bowing.
“When will you just call me Elsa? Ugh, nevermind. That’s not why I called you here.”
“So, why did you call me here?”
“I need you to answer me honestly, okay?” Kristoff nods. “When do you plan on marrying my little sister?”
Kristoff nearly falls backwards hearing Elsa say this. “Well, I mean, I had always hoped I would. I mean, I love her and I think she loves me. Or at least I hope she loves me because I love her a lot. And, I mean, she’s brought it up a few times. But, I mean, I haven’t asked her yet.” Kristoff rambles on for about a minute before Elsa can’t take it anymore.
“Maybe you should think about asking her soon.” Elsa says with a wink. Kristoff’s cheeks turn a dark shade of crimson.
“What if she thinks I’m rushing into things? I mean, we have only been dating for a year and a half.” Kristoff asks with a worried tone of voice.
“Don’t worry about that. This morning at breakfast, I asked Anna how long you two had been dating and she gave me the exact amount of one year, six months, three weeks, and two days.” Kristoff’s eyes opened wide. He hadn’t realized until now how badly Anna wanted to get married. And it wasn’t until now that Kristoff realized how badly he wanted to get married. “I’ve already arranged for your suite to be made.”
“For the wedding?! I haven’t even asked her yet, Elsa!”
“Not for the wedding, reindeer boy. For tonight.”
Kristoff looks at her with extreme doubt. “Tonight…?”
“Yes, tonight. You’re proposing to Anna tonight. At the ball.”
“Elsa, I don’t know how to dance. I’m not a prince. And I don’t even have a ring!” Kristoff sits down in the chair and rests his head in his hands.
“Leave the dancing to me. Don’t ask any questions, just leave it to me. As for you being a prince, who cares? My mother wasn’t a princess and she did just fine.” Kristoff looks up at Elsa, a very faint amount of hope in his eyes.
Elsa starts twirling her fingers and forms a ball of snowflakes. Using her beautiful magic, Elsa managed to make and even more beautiful ring for Anna. It was a thin gold band with an oval cut diamond in the middle. Kristoff looks at the ring, then at Elsa.
“Is this ice in the middle?”
Elsa laughs at his amateur guess. “Haha, no. This is what the people in Corona call diamond ice. It’s an optical allusion. They want you to think it’s ice, but it’s just the way the diamond is cut.” Elsa creates a box for Kristoff to keep the beautiful ring in.
“Thank you, Elsa. This means the world to me.” Kristoff hugs her tight.
“I only want the two of you to be happy.”
Kristoff stands outside the doors that lead to the ballroom. He looks in and sees Anna dancing with random men who attempt at making her laugh. He can’t help but grit his teeth when they succeed. Then he looks over at Elsa who has been staring at him for a while. Elsa point to her finger and waits for Kristoff to signal a response. He gives her a thumbs up and she smiles. The next thing he knew, Kristoff was being pulled into the ballroom by a gush of wind.
The song finally ended and Anna took a break from dancing with the men of Arendelle to talk to Elsa. Before either of them says a word, Kristoff walks up. Anna’s mouth drops to the floor at the sight she is seeing.
“Kristoff? I thought you said-” Anna looks at him puzzled.
“May I have this next dance, your highness?” Kristoff bows and hold of a hand, only hoping Anna will grab it soon.
Anna giggles and holds out her hand. “Why, of course you may.” Kristoff and Anna walk to the middle of the ballroom; all of the villagers part like the Red Sea when they walk by. Anna puts on hand on his shoulder and grabs his other. Kristoff puts his hand on her waist and pulls her closer to him. Kristoff looks at Elsa with an enormous amount of trust in her. Elsa simply winks at him and the music starts to play the Waltz.
Elsa wiggles her fingers and Kristoff starts leading Anna in the dance. Every step is on beat and he has yet to step on her feet yet.
“I thought you didn’t know how to dance, Kristoff?” Anna says with a huge smile planted on her face.
“Maybe there are a few things you don’t know.” Kristoff tries harder than ever to hide his nerves. Anna rests her head on his chest and the dance until the song is over.
“Come on, I want to show you something.” Kristoff takes Anna’s hand and leads her onto the balcony. He turns around and see Elsa. He simply winks at her and she uses her powers to shut the doors and frost over the windows. The couple laughs.
“I guess Elsa wanted to give us some privacy,” Anna says looking down at her hand which is entwined with Kristoff’s. His other hand is in his pocket, feeling around for the little velvet box, just to make sure he still had it. Anna stepped back and studied Kristoff in the moonlight. “You look, well, you look-”
“Like I’m in the Witness Protection Program?”
“No.” She shook her head and leaned on her tip toes to kiss his cheek. “Perfect. Handsome. Like yourself.” Anna made her way to his soft lips and kissed them, very shortly. “Like my true love.” Anna blushed and stood on her flat feet looking out at the fjord.
Kristoff reached up and turned her face so that he was looking into her beautiful, green eyes. “You’re my true love, you know.” Kristoff looked away. He was afraid that if he looked into her eyes again, he would lose his nerve and screw up the entire thing. Anna led him over to the edge of the balcony where the both sat. Kristoff grabbed her hand, but continued looking down.
“You know, Anna, I always assumed I would be alone. And a year and a half ago, I would have been perfectly okay with that. But then you came into my life-” Kristoff cleared his throat and looked up at Anna. “You changed me forever. You make everything better for me, just by being the clumsy, awkward, amazing girl I fell in love with. You’re funny and you’re smart and I have trouble keeping my hands off of you, but when I do get a hold of you, I never want to let you go.” He swallowed. “I know I’m not the prince or duke or the kind of man you pictured yourself with, but-”
Anna leaned over and grabbed his face and pulled her closer to her until they kissed and she had silenced him. “You’re ten times better, Kristoff. Because you’re not a prince or a duke and you still love me for me.” Anna slowly started moving her hand away from his face to his hand. She looked over and noticed it was in his pocket and that he was holding something. Kristoff assumed she knew now because she gasped and looked up at him with widened eyes.
“Anna-” He caressed her cheekbone. “Anna, I-”
Kristoff didn’t think he could do this. He was too nervous. He looked away and back at Anna. Her stunned look couldn’t keep him from laughing, soothing his nerves. Kristoff tried to speak, but no words came out. Instead, he reached into his pocket and got down on one knee. He opened the box and watched her eyes widen and she let out a high pitched squeal. Kristoff’s heart was beating a thousand beats a second, and he felt like he was about to pass out.
“Anna, do you think that maybe-” He cleared his throat. “Maybe you could promise to keep me from being alone…for the rest of our lives?”
Anna was speechless. She had no words. Her eyes were full of tears and other tears were streaming down her face. “I promise! Yes!” she managed to croak out. Kristoff finally smiled and slid the ring on her delicate finger. Anna grabbed his face and kissed him passionately and deeply. They both pulled back, out of breath. She threw her arms around Kristoff’s neck and jumped on him, hugging him tighter than she ever had. Kristoff spun her around a few times and lowered her to the ground.
“I promise, Kristoff Bjorgman.” She leaned up and kissed him again. “I love you so much.”
Kristoff smiled at his fiancée. “Not as much as I love you, beautiful.”
And that was the last thing that either of them said for a very, very, very long time.
Rating: K Words: 895 Pairing(s): Kristanna Summary: It’d be easier if Anna didn’t insist on playing forward, and getting the puck every single time, and, well, being so damn adorable.
Notes: Prompt - a hockey game with Kristoff, Anna, and the trolls. This one was a LOT trickier than I thought it would be (considering how obsessed I am with both hockey and Frozen), so hopefully it came out halfway decent (and if anyone illustrates this, especially Sven in the butterfly, you will automatically be my new best friend).