Title: Angels on the Moon.

Summary: What if Chuck had been living without Blair for 10 years. What if he gets a chance to see what life would be like with her. B/C

Disclaimer: I own nothing.

A/N: I don't know Chucks moms name. I saw before in a story that it was Misty. I don't know if it was made up and if it was, I'm sorry because I'm going to use it. I had to write a story because I can't bring myself to watch the show.

I'm apologizing before hand. My grammar is not the best but I hope it's not too bad.


Raining on his birthday, it just figured. Sighing he closed his eyes and put his head against his apartment window. Today he was 28 years old and he wasn't sure where his life went. All he knew was that he had spent the last 10 years alone. It has been 10 years since he last saw her. It has been 10 years since he drove her away out of the country and out of his life forever.

The ringing of his phone shook him out of his thoughts. Looking at the I.D., he rolled his eyes and thought for a second that he would not answer it. He wasn't in the moon to deal with his family right now.

"What do you want, Serena?" He asked gruffly. Some how he knew his day was about to get worse. Since that day he helped her rise to the top again there was no stopping her.

"I just wanted to wish my brother a happy birthday. I also wanted to tell you who I saw today. I saw Blair today and it looked like she was finishing having lunch with Dan Humphrey. Then when she spotted me…she flipped me off." Serena rambled.

Chuck sighed into the phone and turned his phone off hanging up on her. He was going to just stay in and drink by himself like most nights but he thought that a drive around the city would be good for him. Walking out of the apartment building, he hailed a cab instead of calling his normal limo.

Looking out the window, watching as the city lights just passed by but the rain on the window blurred them. His eyes scanned the streets hoping to catch a glimpse of her but he was sure that she was not out at this time. Sighing he closed his eyes…why was she having lunch with Humphrey.

There was no way that she could be with him. The last that he heard Dan was on a book tour and Blair was still in France. Tilting his head back to rest against the seat, he couldn't help but wonder what Blair looked like now. He wanted to know if her hair was long or short, if she had any kids.

So lost in his thoughts, the sudden impact of being thrown forward threw all the thoughts of her out of his head. He felt as if he couldn't get a breath and his whole world was spinning and getting darker and darker. He felt like he was suffocating until everything stopped moving.

"Charles," a voice called out so sweetly.

Chuck opened his eyes and saw nothing but black. Groaning he sat up holding his head. He saw nothing…he was in hell he knew it. "Just my luck," he thought. "I died on my birthday."

"Charles," the sweet voice rang again.

Standing up he turned around and saw her standing there. He saw his mother standing there smiling at him in the dark space. He was right…he was dead and this was nothing that he expected.

"Mom," he whispered not able to saying anything else at the moment. She looked just how he remembered her looking.

"Hello darling. I missed you so much," she told him as she walked over to him and took him her arms.

When he actually felt her arms encircle him he cried and he didn't care. He let go of everything he felt when she died so long ago. Everything he was afraid to feel, he felt at that moment. After a few minutes, he pulled away from her.

"Am I…" he asked looking right into her eyes.

"Dead? No, darling you are not dead," she assured him, stroking the side of his face.

"Then, I don't understand," he told her leaning into her touch.

"You're lucky. You get a chance to have what your heart desires. This is you're chance to be happy and I hope you don't take it for granted." Misty explained to her son. He looked at her hoping that she was going to tell him some more but she didn't.

She backed away slowly, a small smile on her face and her eyes watery. He tried to take a step forward to follow her but he couldn't seem to move.

"I love you…don't be afraid to be happy," she said. Chuck looked on confused as he watches his mother disappear right before his eyes.

"Mom…" he called out right before he couldn't see her anymore. He was able to say those words that forever haunted him. "I love you too."

Suddenly, he felt a pull from his stomach. He felt like he was being sucked into a tiny hole. Like he was rushing to something but again he could not see anything. He felt himself hit something soft and suddenly sat up but this time black didn't surround him.

Looking around, he was in a bright room…a bedroom to be exact. A cool breeze coming from the window, he couldn't figure out where he was. He never saw this room before. All he knew was that this was not his house. He turned his head to the side when he felt the bed shift.

He saw her dark curls and the smile on her face as she rested her head on his shoulder.

"Happy birthday," she said softly and pulled him into a kiss. To shocked, he didn't do anything and just let her kiss him. He was too shocked to even enjoy the kiss.

"Blair?" he asked when he was able to pull away. What the hell!?


The title comes from the Thriving Ivory song Angels on the Moon.

I was always afraid to do a GG fic because I didn't think I could write Chuck but this is how I got around it. Obviously, Chuck won't act like himself because he doesn't know what going on.

Hope to have chapter one up later this week.