Summary: The Evil Queen uses Hyde’s serum to separate Hook and Killian. After kidnapping Captain Hero, she asks Captain Hook to poison Emma, but his other half just refuses to let him. Season 6 Canon Divergence. Rated M for some lusty thoughts and swears. 1.2k preview.
Happy Valentine’s Day @cocohook38 from your (pitiful) CSSV! My name is Tessa and I’ve loved getting to know you these past couple weeks. Thank you so much for putting up with me. Between exams, performances of the musical I’m in, and coming down with a sickness, the universe has really been against me getting this to you at a decent time. I decided to post a preview. There is more to come, but I hope you like what I’ve written for you so far.
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Hook really does try his best not to stare down the food on his plate suspiciously. The Swan woman, Emma, sits across the table, prattling on about whatever happened at her job earlier in the day. From the window, Hook can see the Jolly Roger with dropped anchor in its proper port, so close that he could simply walk up to it and steal it if he tried.
He can feel his other half - he refuses to call it his better half, and has taken to calling the other Killian the “weaker one” - struggling in whatever brigg the Evil Queen has kept him in since their serum division. It’s a stark reminder of his task, the one the Evil Queen is paying him handsomely to do. If Hook can pretend to be Killian Jones long enough to slip the poison into Emma’s morning coffee, then her Royal Majesty Regina will put a brand new, shiny magic bean in his hand and he will never have to spend another gods forsaken minute in this land.
“Killian, you’re quiet this morning. Everything alright?” Hook’s attention snaps up to Emma, her worried eyes a sure sign that whatever she suspects, it isn’t about his true identity. For a moment, he forms his answer. It’s been awhile since any words that left his mouth weren’t cynical in nature, but if he’s going to do this right, he needs to really play his part well.
‘Guys, I’m sorry, but this was genuinely adorable. Snow was like, “Why do you even care if Regina is safe?!” and Emma was like, “Um, she’s the mother of my child. When is she checking in?! Why didn’t someone tell me?! I could have taught her the art of disguise!! Regina Regina Regina!”
“….But OUAT is now approaching a tipping point where its entire plot hinges on figuring out what its plot is, and what it’s telling us the plot is does not especially acknowledge what we’re all seeing onscreen. We’ve now come to a place where Emma has sacrificed herself to save Regina. Next season will be about Regina saving Emma, I presume. At what point is the show going to start talking about why the emotional reality of Emma and Regina is the one they’re focusing on? And at what point are they going to allow us to hope for their actual happy ending?”
This is ABSOLUTELY true…at some point all of these facts & moments will just collide and there is nothing NOTHING that could deny them.
Summary:Emma is on her way to Granny’s when a teen version of Regina Mills
seemingly pops out of thin air and smacks right into her. Emma and
present-day Regina must work together to figure out why the curious
young teen is there and how to send her back before the past is
irreparably changed, thus altering their entire lives in the present.
Young!Regina Rated T, subject to change.