Seven month pregnant, Elizabeth has hit a nadir in her life, everyone left, Will on the Flying Dutchman and Jack on the Black Pearl. When she loses the baby, only a certain Pirate Captain can save his beloved Pirate King. Jack let go of her hands and pulled her into his arms. Elizabeth cried against his shoulder for what seemed like the hundredth time since Charles attacked her. "Jack, I was so scared. He came at me with a knife." Jack continued to hold her, rubbing her back and whispering in .
"Kiss me, love," he commanded softly. Elizabeth simply lay there, transfixed by the wary, intense expression in his eyes which belied his arrogant smirk. Jack stopped merely a hair's breath from contact with her lips. Elizabeth's eyes fluttered closed and she took a shuddering breath. Jack regarded her intently with his own lids half-closed. Over dinner, Jack told Elizabeth about his day. He had run across the occasional gold miner, some trappers, and a group of lumberjacks, who had mentioned a possible rabid dog in the area. Elizabeth told Jack about the latest fight at school between the boys, and the girls being more curious about Elizabeth's new dress than their spelling lesson.
When a blond, former Little Sister tells Jack of a beautiful woman who saved her from Atlas and died for it, and who also featured in his latest dream, Jack decides to . A collection of short vignettes and stories focusing on Jack and Elizabeth's humorous and fluffy love and relationship. JackElizabeth, obviously. Pirates of the Caribbean - Rated: T - English - Romance/Humor - Chapters: 4 - Words: 10, - Reviews: - Favs: 91 - Follows: 61 - Updated: 2/16/ - Published: 7/23/ - Elizabeth S., Capt.
And Jack continued until Elizabeth came and her was body shaking as she tried to silent her screams. He came out under her dress and looked at Elizabeth. He had expected that she would just lay there enjoying her earth-shaking orgasm, but he realized that he was wrong. The bird's eyes, the only part of the comb not made of glass, were instead two bright diamonds. The place where the teeth met with the spine beneath the bird was shaped into a field of flowers. Elizabeth could hardly believe her eyes when she looked over the intricacy of the work. Every tiny flower was perfectly defined, with every petal visible.