my drabble: kalijah

adelindschade  asked:

If you're feeling up to it.... request? Cherry on top? Girls night at a cabin (Caroline, Bonnie, Katherine, and Rebekah) retreat and the boys interrupt the evening festivities. Which sucks because now they are all stuck inside a one bedroom cabin + pull out couch during a blizzard. Whatever shenanigans ensue is totally up to you! :)

I am so freaking sorry, for one taking so long, and two for…wtv this is. I didn’t know how to go about it, but I needed to just write something and post it, or I’d go insane, so this came out and it looks half-assed and bad and I don’t like it, and you’ll probably be disappointed (lord knows you deserve better) but at least I did it…? My advice to you, is send this prompt to a better writer haha But I hope you’ll manage to like some of it? Thanks for sending me this prompt tho!!


Girl’s Retreat Gone Wrong

The cabin was warm and peaceful, - the fireplace mesmerizing if you looked into it for too long - while outside the snow started falling fiercely and relentlessly. It only made the room that much more comfortable. So far none of them were fighting - well, they weren’t physically fighting at least - but instead were drinking and somehow enjoying each other’s company.

“We should play never have I ever.” Katherine suggested, sipping on her vodka.

“You and Rebekah have probably done everything, how would that be any fun for you?” Bonnie asked confused.

“I assume the fun part would be that we’d get to drink every time and find out some of your secrets. Not that I enjoy understanding how Katherine’s brain works.”

“Oh Rebekah, I’m honored, you truly know me so well. Maybe later I’ll get to know you better too.” Katherine flirted, licking her lips in anticipation, and in return getting a dirty glare from Rebekah.

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My edit - Klaroline & Kalijah 

The one where Elijah and Katherine try to convince Klaus and Caroline to go out on a double date. Klaus has no complaints, but Caroline isn’t having it. 

“No, Katherine,” Caroline shook her head emphatically after cutting her eyes at the two men by the hotel lobby. “Absolutely not. I’m not going to play the third wheel just so you can go out with some random guy you picked up on the street. Again." 

"I have you know he’s a very distinguished man and I met him on a very distinguished street,” Katherine affirmed, wrapping an arm around Caroline’s shoulder. “Besides, you won’t be the third wheel. He’s got a brother,” she sang out while tossing Elijah a big smile. 

Caroline took another glance at Klaus. He caught the blonde looking his way and grinned widely. 

Caroline scoffed and rolled her eyes. “Knowing my luck, he’ll turn out to be some psychotic, homicidal freak." 

"Guess we’ll find out soon enough,” Katherine said, pulling her friend along. (x)


Klaus and Katherine will never truly get along, but fortunately that doesn’t apply to their significant others. Klaroline and Kalijah, centered on Carlijah brOTP. Dedicated to Ruth.

Caroline slowly walked down the stairs clad only in a set of coral red, lace lingerie and the dark button-up shirt that Klaus had been wearing the evening before, glad that the garment managed to cover past her thighs.

She had been woken up by loud, angry and prolonged bickering, and, although such a thing was no rarity in the Mikaelson household at all, she was curious to know what was actually going on.

Unsurprisingly, she found Klaus and Katherine screaming their heads off at each other in the middle of the living room.

“What’s happening?” she asked, still feeling rather sleepy because of the sudden awakening as she finally reached the end of the long, elegant staircase.

Klaus frowned as he turned around to look at her, while Katherine simply smirked, crossing her arms over her chest.

“Caroline, love, you are not dressed,” he reproached softly, sounding somewhat annoyed at her lack of clothing, and only then did the baby vampire notice Elijah sitting comfortably on the brown, leather couch a few feet away, a book open on his lap.

She rolled her eyes, ignoring her boyfriend and her brunette best friend as her bare feet patted against the marble floor and she went to settle next to the other Original.

“Please,” she scoffed, “Elijah has seen me in far less.”

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anonymous asked:

Drabble request: anything with a Mikaelson family dinner (Kalijah, stebekah, kennet, klaroline of course)

Why Caroline had ever thought family dinner nights would be a good idea was beyond her. A few weeks ago she’d have been able to pull out an entire list of reasons on why it would bring about family bonding and less maiming and killing of innocents. Now she was pretty sure all it was doing was driving her to need another drink and want to stab the Hybrid sitting at the other end of the table, admiring his handiwork.

Maybe she should have known better than to insist on Klaus coming to the dinner, telling him that he wasn’t allowed to be out of town or away on some little side mission in New Orleans with some vampire or another had probably not gone over all that well. But seriously could it kill all of them to try and be civilised in one another’s presence for a few hours? It wasn’t like she wanted them there indefinitely. Just a few hours on a Friday night to catch up on one another’s lives.

It’d been decades since they’d seen Elijah…which of course when he came in towing Katherine on his arm, Caroline had remembered precisely why they didn’t stay in closer contact with the eldest Mikaelson. It hadn’t helped at all that the doppelganger had purposefully made doe eyes at Stefan the second Elijah’s back was turned, knowing full well that Rebekah was watching and ready to tear her heart out.

Caroline had looked to Klaus for help in settling the disagreement which had Rebekah trying to plunge a broken piece of chair into Katherine’s heart while Elijah tried to tear his sister off his lover. Poor Stefan just gulped down more bourbon, staying the hell out of the line of fire.

Klaus had merely poured himself another glass as well before sliding over to stand behind Caroline. “I did try and warn you,” he murmured, dropping a kiss against her shoulder.

Caroline fumed at that, letting out a high pitched screech at everything that was happening as she stalked out of the dining room and up to their bedroom. Screw them all. See if she ever tried to organize family get togethers ever again.

From the Other Side Kol couldn’t stop laughing as Rebekah slammed the stake down, growling when it hit table instead of flesh. “A little more to the left, sister!” he shouted, even if she couldn’t hear him, though he was sitting only a few feet away.

Bonnie sighed. “I’m going to go check on, Caroline.”

“Well, he is right. He did warn her,” Kol pointed out with another laugh as Elijah finally wrestled the stake away from Rebekah.

Bonnie could only roll her eyes, wondering again how she’d been saddled with him for eternity on the Other Side. At least it made an otherwise boring existence somewhat tolerable. And she didn’t have to deal with being anyone’s go-to witch either, so that was definitely a bonus. She hadn’t expected to find Klaus following after Caroline and knew that she most likely didn’t want to continue down that path as well. She’d done it once and forever regretted that she couldn’t bleach her eyes at all she’d seen.

“Oh, but this is the best part,” Kol murmured from behind her, urging her toward his brother’s bedroom. “They’ll yell and toss a few things at one another and then she does that delightful little–”

“You really need to stop watching your siblings’ sex lives,” Bonnie chided, pulling Kol back down the stairs.

“Know of anything better that I could be doing?” He arched a brow as he followed her out of the house and the smile that Bonnie directed his way brought one to his face as they continued on their way, leaving the living behind them.