Disclaimers: I do not own The Lord of the Rings and The Chronicles of Narnia. The Lord of the Rings and other Middle-earth works belong to J.R.R. Tolkien, Peter Jackson, New Line Cinema, Warner Brothers, Turbine and Standing Stones Games. The Chronicles of Narnia belongs to C.S. Lewis, Disney, 20th Century Fox, and Walden Media. All other canon material belongs to their respected owners. All original material—original characters, original locations, etc.—belongs to me, the authoress of this fanfiction story.

Summary: Frodo Baggins is a hobbit from the Shire. Lucy Pevensie is a Queen of Narnia. When Frodo and Lucy meet, after Lucy's adventures on the Dawn Treader, their lives turn upside down the moment Frodo dreams about her. Scared, Lucy runs away. But is running away the answer? A Frodomance fanfic. Alternate Universe.

Inspiration Theme Music for Fanfic: Big Beat Record's song, "Home" (feat. Nico Santos).

Warning! This fanfic is Rated T for mild sensual content and violence.


Welcome to my first Frodomance fanfiction story in a long time. :)

This time, it's a Frodo Baggins and Lucy Pevensie pairing. I've been holding off writing a Frodo/Lucy fanfic, but here it is! :) I'm so excited! :) But I'm scared, too. *shudders*

Anyway, let's get going! :)


"Lucy, wait!" Frodo Baggins screamed, leaving Bag End in search of his true love.

Lucy Pevensie hadn't been around him long enough to see what he was capable of, what he could do. The moment Frodo spoke about his dream, about them, that's when she fled, leaving Bag End in a hurry.

So, Frodo left Bag End, while it was night out, searching for her.

He ran down the grey stone steps, rushing for the wooden gate. In his haste, he closed the gate, before rushing off towards the woods, where he could see Lucy flee.

He chased after her, rushing down the hill in search of his beloved. Was he crazy for doing this? Yes, he was, but that didn't stop him from trying to win her back. And so, he kept running, until they reached the woods, where Frodo grabbed her, pinning her to the ground.

Frodo turned Lucy around, keeping his hands pinned to her wrists, as he kept her pinned to the earth. The way she looked at him was venomous. Frodo couldn't help himself, he dived in, kissing her on the lips.

Sparks flew from their lips as they kissed. Lucy retracted, falling for the embrace. Frodo didn't know why he did what he did, but he felt it was necessary. After this moment, it didn't matter what they did. Lucy was taken and Frodo belonged to her.

Frodo released Lucy, smiling as he said these words, "That was wonderful."

"Yeah," Lucy said, surprised Frodo kept his hands pinned to her wrists, keeping her on the ground. "Let me go. Please."

"What? I just won you back," Frodo asked.

"You still have me pinned to the ground. Am I your prisoner?" Lucy asked, cautious.

Frodo nodded. "Always." He kissed her lips, telling her, "Just as I'm your prisoner." He concluded, admitting to her, "It's true love. What do you expect?"

"Oh," Lucy said, leaning in and kicking him in the nuts.

Frodo gasped, colliding with her, his hands loosening up on her wrists. Lucy moved off him, grateful she was free. She stood up, as Frodo tried to recover from her fierce kick in his nuts. Frodo looked up at her, wondering, "Why?"

"Come on. Did you really think what we have is love?" Lucy asked. She told him, "Come on. You're delusional. Why would I be in your dream?"

"You just are," Frodo coughed, doing his best to keep from vomiting. It didn't work. The kick was too tough.

Lucy shook her head. "You're pathetic." She looked at him, pitying him. "But maybe I should help you." She paused. Frodo sat up, looking at her as if he didn't do anything wrong. Frodo wiped his mouth off with his sleeve, debating with her.

"What did I do?" Frodo asked, cautious.

Lucy knelt beside him, saying, "Are you hurt?"

"No, I'm fine," Frodo shook his head. He closed his mouth, doing his best not to throw up. He said, "You kicked me hard. That really hurt."

"I thought you were threatening me," Lucy said, curiously.

Frodo chuckled, "Believe me, I wasn't. I was trying to stop you from making a terrible mistake."

"Really? You really believe you weren't threatening me?" Lucy asked, cautious.

"Yeah, I do," Frodo said, looking at her, pleased. He was still hurting, but it was calming down. He looked at her in wonder, curious about her. "Come on. You know I would never hurt you. You know this, don't you, Lucy?"

Lucy looked at him in disbelief. She wasn't sure whether or not she should believe him. She had a choice: stay with Frodo or go home and be with her siblings?

It was a good question. One she wasn't sure of just yet.


Thanks for reading. :)