You sleepily stepped out of your room only to be swept into
Klaus’ arms, bridal style, as he descended the stairs and set you down next to
the dining room table. He smirked at you as he bowed and kissed the back of
your hand before pulling the chair back and waiting for you to take a seat.
“Klaus I can walk myself.” You object but he shakes his head
and vanishes into the kitchen.
“You should let us help you.” Hayley hummed as she took the
seat next to you, biting into an apple in her hand.
“I don’t need help.” You sigh, jumping when Klaus is next to
you with his hand resting on your swollen belly.
“You wouldn’t say that if you knew all of my enemies.” Klaus
“You look happy.” Hayley said when Rebekah hurried past her.
“Nik’s bringing (Y/N) home.” The blond purred, smiling at
the thought of seeing you again.
“Who’s (Y/N), Klaus and Elijah never mentioned her?” Hayley asked
as she sighed hoping she didn’t have to put up with another Mikaelson.
“She’s a lovely girl Nik turned a few centuries after we
became vampires, before he turned her she couldn’t even stand up for herself
but she still fought for everyone else to be happy.” Rebekah said fondly. “She’s
the reason Nik calls everyone Love and she’s the prettiest thing you’ve ever
“I thought you were all close and dependent on each other?”
Hayley said as she followed Rebekah to her room and watched the vampire look
for something to wear.
“No, Elijah found her a castle in France before we’d managed
to kill out father.” Rebekah smiled when she found something she liked and
hurried into her bathroom to get changed. “She’s the most important thing to
all of us so we knew he’d try and hunt her down, even Kol adores her.”
An: So this is the final part of The Hidden Hybrid but don’t worry! (Y/N) will be back in a sequel collection called My Little Hybrid. Bad guys, surprising discovery made while looking into (Y/N)’s past and Klaus and Hayley come head to head with someone who want’s (Y/N) for them-self.
The compound was in a silent daze. Hayley coming back, Hope’s
birth and the unspoken need to keep her hidden forcing a cloud over the adults
that had you in continuous bitterness. You didn’t ask why or what was
happening, you just did as Klaus asked, stay inside and refuse to speak to
anyone outside the compound.
“I hate you.” You whispered to Hope, unsure if you really
meant it. “You made them all so sad.”
The baby gazed up at you curiously and you hardly noticed
Elijah stood in the doorway. He crouched down next to you and smiled at Hope
while hugging you to him.
“It isn’t her fault (Y/N).” Elijah’s voice was gentle and patient
but it did nothing to remove to slowly developing swirl of feeling inside you.
He gave out a defeated sigh when you stood up and left the
nursery, waiting to be alone and clear headed but the only way you could get
that was to go outside. It didn’t take you long to hop down the two balconies
beneath your bedroom and sneak into the quarter.