A/N: I know it has been over 2 years since I promised a sequel to Michael & Sabrina. I had written a few chapters and then misplaced my external hard-drive that it was on. If you are new, thanks for checking this story out. If you haven't previously read Michael & Sabrina, I recommend it.

A/N 2: This story was come with in 2015 and written in 2016 so Sabrina and Morgan are both alive and Patrick is still in Port Charles.

It had been a few months since the truth had come out. Sabrina and Sonny were forming a father/daughter relationship. Sabrina and Michael were past the awkwardness and had began to form a brother/sister relationship. Sabrina had helped Michael and Sonny bury the hatchet. They by no means were back to father and son, but it now seemed possible to not forget, but to move forward after what Sonny had done to AJ. Sonny had come to the realization that everything happened for a reason. If he hadn't been fighting Michael for Avery, he never would have found out that Sabrina was his daughter, and for that, he was grateful.

Sabrina walked up to Sonny's house and knocked on the door.

Philly answered the door, "Hello, Ms. Santiago."

Sabrina said, "Hi Philly. Can I come in?"

Philly stepped aside, "Of course."

Philly gestured for Sabrina to enter the living room, "Boss? Ms. Santiago is here to see you."

Sonny smiled, "Send her in."

Sabrina walked up to Sonny.

Sonny hugged Sabrina, "Hi Sabrina."

Sabrina said, "Hi." As Sabrina hugged him, multiple thoughts ran through her head. Was it too soon to call him 'dad'? But calling him 'Sonny' seemed weird now, since they were forming a father/daughter relationship.

When Sonny released from the hug, he looked at Sabrina for a moment. Sabrina tucked a hair behind her ear and looked down.

After another minute of him looking at her, Sabrina said, "What?"

Sonny laughed quietly to himself, "I just don't know how I didn't see it."

Sabrina furrowed her eyebrows in confusion, "See what?"

Sonny sighed, "You are the spitting image of your mother."

Sabrina smiled, "I am?" Sonny said, "Oh yeah. You look just like her."

Sabrina smiled. She knew that she would never meet her mother, but took comfort in knowing that she looked just like her.

Sonny gestured for Sabrina to sit down.

Sabrina asked, "Do-do you have a picture of my mother? I know you said that I look just like her but, I-I would like to know what she looked like."

Sonny smiled and sighed sadly, "Of course.

He reached into his jacket pocket and pulled out a photo. It was him and Lily on their wedding day. Sabrina took the photo into her hands and tears welled into her eyes, "Oh my god. You're right. I do look just like her."

Sabrina looked at Sonny and Sonny said, "Well, I'd like to think that you got some of your features from me."

Sabrina and Sonny laughed and Sabrina wrapped her arms around Sonny, resting her head on his shoulder, as she wiped her eyes.

After a moment, she let go and looked at the picture of her parents.

Sabrina looked at the photo for another moment before looking back at Sonny, "Do-do you think that I could have this? I-I'd really like a photo of my parents together?"

Sonny looked at the photo and then back at Sabrina, "Of course. It's yours."

Sabrina laughed and wiped her eyes again as she carefully placed the photo into her purse.

Before anything else could be said, Morgan stormed in. "Dad! I need to talk to you. Now."

Sonny stood up, "Alright, Morgan. Calm down. First, would it kill you to say 'hello' to your sister?"

When Sonny said 'sister', it made Sabrina smile instantly. She was still getting used to being someone's sister. She went from having basically no family at all, other than Juan to BAM! Instant family.

Sabrina stood up as Morgan walked toward her. Sabrina gave Morgan a quick kiss on the cheek as she hugged him, "Hi Sabrina."

Sabrina smiled, "It's good to see you Morgan."

When Sabrina let go, she went for her purse, "I'll go and let you two talk."

Before she could even reach her bag, Morgan said, "No. It's okay. You can stay. What I am going to say effects you too."

Sabrina looked at Morgan wary, "Okay..."

Sonny looked at Morgan, "What is this about Morgan?"

Morgan sighed, "It's about Silas Clay."

Sonny looked at Morgan, "Look, your mother and I already apologized for that."

Morgan interrupted Sonny, "It's not that. GH was going through Silas's things and they found something that he had buried."

Sonny and Sabrina looked at each other for a moment, before looking back at Morgan.

Sonny asked, "What did they find?"

Morgan sighed, "Avery's paternity test."

Sabrina and Sonny looked at each other in confusion for a moment. When neither said anything,

Morgan continued, "Silas lied. He never showed me, Mom, or Kiki the results of the tests. He just said that Mom and Avery didn't show DNA."

Sabrina said, "And...?"

As Morgan pulled something out of his pocket, he said, "This says the Mom and Avery do share DNA. And the only way that is possible is if she is my daughter, not my sister. Right?"

Sonny looked at Sabrina and Sabrina said, "Right."

Morgan handed to paper to Sabrina, "Am I right? Is Avery my daughter?"

Sabrina unfolded the paper and after a moment said, "Yeah. You're right."

She turned to Sonny before continuing, "I'm sorry. Avery's not your daughter. She's your granddaughter."

A/N: I always felt like Morgan should have been Avery's father. I kept hoping that that would come out.