Ship: Swan Queen
show: Once Upon a Time
Title: Is it love?
One shot, but could have potential to build on it.
Regina had to keep on reminding herself that Emma was just a booty call. She was someone that couldn’t be trusted. She was rooming with the enemy, and she was trying to steal Henry from her. Yet, whenever the sheriff strolled downtown in that red jacket of hers, Regina couldn’t help but smile. What had become of her lately?
The woman who once struck fear into the eyes of the citizens, now just got the cold shoulder. Emma had shown her up, more than once, and word was spreading. She wasn’t someone to fear, Regina was just a cold bitch. The evil queen’s reign of terror was far from over, so she needed a plan.
Emma’s yellow Volkswagen bug was quite the eye sore of the town, but Regina knew how it could withstand a lot of rocking. She sat down on the small car and waited. “You know you’ve missed me,” she whispered, and the car almost seemed to give a grunt in response as the owner walked up.
“Good afternoon Miss Swan. I’m afraid I missed you last night,” Regina announced just loud enough for some people a few buildings down to turn their heads.
“It’s good to see you too madam mayor. Do you mind telling me what you’re trying to do?” Emma frowned and crossed her shoulders, and Regina knew she was feeling out of her comfort zone. Perfect.
“Oh nothing that already hasn’t been done. I just came to ask if you’d like to go out on a date. I know you’re rather new to this, but I know what I want, and I want you. So, what will it be?” Regina bit her lower lip, not admitting to herself that she might be nervous of a rejection.
Emma was in shock. Sure the two of them had wrestled in bed a few times, well a couple of times a week for the last few months, but a relationship? She didn’t know if she was ready for that. Her thighs and mouth ached for a yes though, and so did her heart.
“Sure. I mean yes. Yes, I’d love to go on a date with you. Aren’t you worried about what people are going to think?” Emma asked, her body gliding to the woman that she was head over heels for.
“Me? Oh don’t be silly. I’m the mayor, sweetie. All these people are my sheep. You’re not afraid are you?” Regina teased her. Their hands met and clasped together as one.
“These people? They don’t even know what I’m capable of,” Emma bounced back. Her hair was shimmering in the light. Without thinking about it, Emma dragged Regina into the middle of the road and kissed her. A long, hard kiss that melted Regina.
“I’d do you right here, right in front of them all,” Regina whispered into Emma’s ear. Both of them were on the verge of ripping each other’s clothing off and showing the people what the relationship between the sheriff and mayor really was.
“I’m afraid I’d have to arrest you then,” Emma smiled. The pair went back to holding hands, and walked down the main street, ignoring the people’s stares.
Regina realized her plan was going to be easier than she thought. Make the town see the goodness in her, then destroy Emma by framing her for Mary Margaret’s tragic murder. What was one more kill anyway? If they wanted love, than she’d show her love. Tragedy is the best way to someone’s heart. Regina just had to make sure this feeling inside her needed to be shut off by then. And who knows, maybe they’d even get a threesome in with Ruby.