The sisters grimm 2- A follow up story about Sabrina and Pucks kids
So there is this awesome series called the sisters grimm, that just finished, and if u wanna read them, look up pictures of the series, and take a look. . And uhm, u may already know it. sooo here we go Name: Allison Grimm
Looks: Dirty blond hair, blue eyes
Personality: Just like sabrina
Name: Emma Grimm
Looks: Brown hair, green eyes
Personality: Just like Puck was to sabrina when they were kids
Hope its good!
Proulouge (lol there is to parts of the proulouge)
"Well, that makes it official," Sabrina said. "I'm getting married."
"The wedding dress is a big tip-off," her mother said, adjustin the train. "You look like a princess."
Daphane laghed. "I don't know. I could go out into the church and bring back a few to compare."
"No Everafters in the changing room," Sabrina said. She lookeed at herself in the mirror one more time. The ivory dress seemed to glow in the lught. If she didn't know better, she would suspect it was enchanted. "I hope everyone is comfortable wearing their disguises. Bradley is still not super-comfortable with them, and his folks don't have a clue about the family buisness."
"Everyone looks like a human," Daohane said. "Except Hamstead's boys. They brought their rocket packs."
Sabrina sighed. "All i need is a bunch of teenage pigs and cows flying around the Church of St.Paul's."
"Nothing is going to ruin this, Sabrina," Red said from the doorway. Looking at red, now a lovely young woman, as close to Sabrna as her own sister, no one would ever know she had a monster living inside her. Apearantly, the yoga and meditation were working as well as ever. "I hopw the 'no Everafters in the dressing room' rule dosn't apply to me."
"Get in here and help me," Sabrina said.
"Are all the guests here?" Dahane asked as she took a brush and started combing her sisters hair.
"Baba Yaga is here," Red said as she eyed the bouquet of white roses. "She's wearing a fur coat. At least I think it's a coat. I could have sworn I heard it hiss at me."
"Wow." Veronica said (Veronica is sabrinas mother) "Uncle Jake made it. Goldi's here with her fiance, too. Snow and Billy are there with the kids, Wendell and his girlfriend, Bunny-you know, te regular bunch-oh, Pinnocchio."
"Pinocchio! He came? We haven't seen him in a million years," Red said.
"I saw him. He grew up verey nice," Veronica said.
"He's hot," Daphane said.
Everyone looked at her in disbelif.
"What?" She cried defensivly. "He is!"
Sabrina nodded. "Anyone else?"
No one said anything. Sabrina thought she saw a look pass between her mother and sister. "There was no way to find him."
"Who?" Sabrina lied.
"You know who I'm talking about. I tried," Daphane explained.
"He's just hard to track down. I tried every spell i know." (Him is Puck)
"Well, I don't want him here anyway," Sabrina said. "He'd probably toss eggs at me. It's for the best."
"Sabrina, you're not thinking about him, are you?"
Sabrina hadn't seen "him" in almost five years. She did not want to think about "him". She certainly didn't want to talk about him.
"Good, because you're marrying Bradley today. You need to be sure." Dapane lectured.
"Oh, you're giving me relationship advice? How many boys have you broken up with this year?"
"I break up with most of them because they are not right for me," Daphane said. "Most of them are too--"
"Normal? Daohane, there's nothing wrong with normal. I love normal. With an office full of Everafters needing leaal help everyday, it's nice to go home to something normal."
Daphane giggled. "That's the price you pay for being a fairytale defense attorney."
There was a knock at the door and then it opend. Henry (Sabrinas dad) enterd, smiling and cying at the same time.
"Dad?" Sabrina asked.
"You look so beautiful," he blubberd.
"He's been like this all day," Veronica said, wrapping her arms around her husband's waist. "I love it."
Sabrina hugged her father too, but Veronica broke them up.
"No tears on the dress!" she said, which made everyone laugh.
From the opan door, the sounds of a pipe organ floated into the room.
"It's showtime," Daphane said, handing Sabrina a bouquet of white roses.
Sabrina checked herself one more time in the mirror. She did look as beautiful as a princess-not all of them, but a few. She took a deep breath and smiled. Today as the start of a new adventure. Bradley was exactly the big, beautiful, grounded thing she wanted, and together they would build a big, beautiful, grounded life.
"Honey?" her father said. "It's time."
"I wish Granny were here," Sabrina said.
Her father intertwinded his arm into hers and together they walked to the back of the church. "I'm sure she's watching wherever she is. She's probably made a big dinner for your grandfather--all kind of weird blue food made from squids and daffodils. They're sitting back taking it all in."
Sabrina smiled at the thought. She shook off her nervousness and took a deep breath. Bradley is a good man. He is kind and loving and sweet. oh so wonderfully normal. He's the kind of man that makes me want to throw off immortality and grow old with him. I need him. He keeps me sane.
And then she walked into the church and through a sea of smiles. There were many faces she hadn't seen in thirteen years, and new faces she suspected masked more familiar faces. One man sat quietly licking his hand- ah, the cowardly lion. Mr.Swinheart and Mr.Boarman, Snow white and Charming sitting next to Bunny and her seeing-eye wolf- even the Scarecrow had made it back from Oz, and there, with his shock of white hait, was Mr.Canis. As she passes, hesmiled and said, "Relda would be so proud."
And on the otherside of the church, there were real,honest-to-goodness people- glorioud people-who had no clue that they were at wedding full of magic. And at the altar was Bradley, blue eyes gleaming. He had shaced his goatee for the day. It was odd to see him without it. She barley reconised him.
The minister smiled down at her. "Who gives this woman to be married?"
"I do," Henry said, and placed Sabrinas hand into Bradley's.
It felt warm and comforting. Henry kissed her cheek and joined his wife and her brother Baisil n the front pew. Her brother, who was no baby any longer, standing nearly six feet tall, grinned and winked at her.
"Marrige is a jouney," The minister said. "A walk down a long, twisting road. Some days the path is clear and bright, and others murkey and mysterious. There are many bends in the road and more than a few crossroads. Today, the two of you take that road together, hand in hand, promising to all here and God himself that you will not let go of eachother. Before we start, it is customary to ask the congreation to witness this union. I ask those gatherd here, do you promise to support this marrige, in good times and bad, to help this couple down their rad whenever possible?"
Sabrinaturned to look at the audience just as they all said,
The minister smiled. "Very good. It is also customary to ask those gatherd here if anyone can give a cause or reason that this union should not take place. If anyone objects, speak now or forever hold your peace."
Sabrina cringed and looked out to the crowd once more. But no one rose. No one spoke. No one threw and egg. He was not there. He was not going to ruin her wedding. So why was she...disappointed?
"Very well," the minister said. "I belive the bride and groom have written some vows they would like to share with one--"
His voice was drowned out by wings flapping like thuner above the crowd. Everyone craned his or her neck to see what the commotion was, but Sabrina didn't have to look--She knew.
When Bradley side of the church gasped and screamed and rose from their seats, she sighed. When Henry and Veronica scowled, and when Daphane bit down on the palm of her hand, Sabrina did not have to lok up.
"It's-- it's and angel," the minister said, falling back in shock.
"Hardley." Sabrina mutterd,
And then the "Angel" was floating down before her, the light from the stained-glass window silhouetting him in color. He was a man. No longer a boy. And he was beautiful.
"Hello,stinky," he said with a wink that unfuriatd Sabrina, but not enough to stop her from grinning.