Cat-Time Stories: A Purr-fect Reunion
A Miraculous Ladybug Fanfiction
Written by @heartpanorama
It’s been ages since I posted my last fanfiction, but I have something special for you now. I had been working on a secret project with a bunch of awesome miraculers and I’m proud to finally be able to present it to you now: We did a fanbook together, where we collected fanarts and fanfictions. Finally, we sent a printed copy to Thomas Astruc. You can learn everything about the project “Spots and Claws” here and even download a digital copy (incl. my fanfiction) here.
Fandom: Miraculous Ladybug
Words: 6,222 // Part One: 2,066
Summary: Adrien Dupain-Cheng leads a life he only could have dreamed of as a teenager. He loves his wife Marinette and their children Emma and Louis and gets along well with his parents-in-law. But when he gets a call from the guardian Master Fu, Adrien and Marinette have to bring out their alter egos once again. Fourteen years after Ladybug and Chat Noir’s final battle against Hawk Moth, they encounter someone who had disappeared in Adrien’s childhood.
Author’s Note: I’m dividing this fanfic into three parts (you’ll find the link to part 2 at the bottom of this post and the link to part 3 at the bottom of part 2). If there are problems with the links, please let me know via Ask. 🐾 Thank you to @geel1nes for organizing this awesome project with me, to @northmelody for searching for inspiration at the beginning, and to @availe for proof-reading this whole thing.
Last edited on May 11, 2016
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“Son, could you please take over my duty at the counter for a while? I have to check on the croissants in the oven,” Tom asked me when I came back from running errands. I nodded and stowed the grocery bags behind the counter, before grabbing my apron and taking my place at the cash register of our bakery. Tom gave me a heartfelt smile and made his way to the kitchen. Fourteen years ago, I would never have imagined to work in a bakery, let alone own part of it. Back then, my father would send me to numerous photoshoots to promote his fashion label. I’m not saying that it wasn’t fun – well, most of the time – but it’s just so different from working in a bakery, which brings a variety of tasks with it. Sabine and Tom are the best parents-in-law I can imagine; they’re very kind and have treated me like their own son, ever since Marinette and I started dating. Finally, I found a family that accepts me for who I am; it was paw-some.