Hey readers! Here's my first attempt at a Percy Jackson fic. I'm a huge Annabeth/Percy fan so there will be A LOT of Percabeth fluff, but I will include other couples as well if people like this oneshot. Just to let people know, this doesn't follow a specific timeline. I will do oneshots and scenes from different books or create my aftermaths. They will be SHORT but there will be more of them frequently.
This first one occurs after Son of Neptune. (NO SPOILERS...because it is after SON my friends)
Disclaimer: I do not own Percy Jackson characters etc. They belong to Rick Riordan, A GENIUS.
Annabeth tapped her feet impatiently against the Argo II's ship deck. She gazed at the tops of the Roman houses in the distance and willed the ship to go faster. She needed to know that he was going to be at that camp waiting for her. Annabeth desperately needed to see him, to convince herself that he was safe. She chewed on her lip viciously before turning towards Leo who had a tight grip on the steering wheel.
"Can't this thing go faster, Leo?"
"I mean...I can try..." His voice trailed off, as he pressed the gas pedal below him and turned the wheel in a circular motion. When he thought Annabeth had looked away, Leo rolled his eyes and mumbled something about pushy blondes.
Annabeth knew she was being obsessive and that her frustration was affecting the people around her negatively. She sighed, wishing she could stop her crazy mood swings. The blonde just needed to see Percy and she would go back to being her normal self. She pressed her hands against the wood of the edge of the stern and continued to gaze at the approaching camp.
"Anxious," Annabeth replied shortly to Jason who came up behind her.
"Same here. Most of my memories have come back, but it still feels weird. It's like a huge freaky flashback."
Annabeth glanced at him sideways in sympathy and then mentally scolded herself. She was so worried about seeing Percy that she didn't take other people's feelings into consideration. She put her hand on Jason's shoulder affectionately and said with a reassuring smile, "It won't be weird once you get there. You'll start to get the hang of things and jump back into your old life."
Jason nodded stiffly and turned his head to left. He eyed Piper, who was chatting with Leo, with uncertainty and muttered, "I hope so."
He left Annabeth to go join his two other friends. The blonde shook her head and noted to herself that she wasn't the only one dealing with problems. Annabeth overheard Jason spill to Leo about his girl back home, Reyna, and his growing feelings for Piper. Now that's a dilemma.
She looked back at the camp they were approaching. "I'm coming, Seaweed Brain," Annabeth said softly to herself, tightening her grip on the stern.
Unwelcomed thoughts crept into her mind and she thought about the worst possible situations. Percy could have been attacked by this ruthless camp and put into prison. Jason tried to convince her that his friends wouldn't do this, but then again, they were Romans. She shook her head in disgust until a worse thought crept into her mind. What if Percy was like Jason? What if he started developing feelings for another girl at the Roman camp? She would kill her, then him. He couldn't forget her, right? Percy loved her; this she was sure of. He may be an idiot at times; he might say stupid things and do a lot ofstupid things, but he cared about her more than he cared about himself. He was selfless and loyal. Percy had risked his life for her a countless numbers of time. She liked to think he loved her even though they haven't said those three little words to each other yet.
The Argo II was descending. Annabeth sucked in a breath and prepared herself for every possible situation. She would deal with it one at a time. When the ship landed, she walked over to the stairs with the rest of the crew. The blonde couldn't help but wring her hands nervously. Why was she so nervous now?
She descended the stairs and looked at the plethora of Roman campers welcoming Jason back enthusiastically, but staring at the Camp Half Blood people with suspicion. Ignoring their suspicion, she searched their different faces, looking for a familiar one, but she didn't see him. Worried, her eyes widened in panic as she started to list in her head the appalling things that could have happened to him.
"Hey, Wise Girl. Aren't you going to come over and say hi?"
Her worries diminished and she brightened instantly when she heard that voice. Annabeth followed the sound of his voice until she discovered him. Standing a few yards to the right, she saw her boyfriend standing there with a grin on his face. There were two other people standing next to him, but she only had eyes for him. He looked exactly the same; he was tall, had dark short hair and still had those beautiful, piercing green eyes. Something was different, though. Percy looked older; he looked almost...god-like in a sense.
Annabeth wanted nothing more than to be next to him. Her eyes brimmed with tears as she walked quickly towards him. She threw her arms around his neck and hugged him tightly, wishing she never had to let go.
"Percy," She said breathlessly into his ear, holding him tightly.
"Annabeth," he said with adoration.
Knowing she had unresolved business, she pulled away from him and her smile faded quickly. Unable to control herself, Annabeth smacked Percy's shoulder several times.
"Ouch!" He exclaimed with surprise, rubbing his shoulder with widened eyes. "What's with you?"
"Seaweed Brain...if you ever let Hera kidnap you again and erase your memories, I will kill you," She scolded hysterically, but pulled him into another tight hug. She wasn't exactly mad per say at him, but she was angry that Hera took him away. Losing Percy was the worst thing that's ever happened to her.
"You know I would never leave you willingly," he said as he ran his fingers through her blonde curls.
She closed her eyes and breathed in him. "I know, Percy." She pulled away from the crook of his neck, but kept her arms wrapped around his neck. He snaked his arms around her waist and pulled her in for a kiss. It started out as a gentle, sweet kiss, but it turned into a passionate kiss that was filled with longing.
He pulled away from her and said, "Gods Annabeth. I missed you," he breathed out with affection.
She bit her swollen lip and tried to keep from smiling, but failed miserably. "I missed you too." Smiling at her, his fingers entwined with hers and squeezed her hand once.
"Wise Girl?" He returned playfully.
"You've been gone for a long time and I think you're going to have to make up the number of kisses we could have had all of those months," She teased with a grin.
His grin widened as he said huskily, "I think that can be arranged." She laughed and waited for him to press his lips against hers.
"Have I made up for it yet," He asked her. She shook her head with a laugh as he pressed his lips to hers once more.
She laughed as he kept sneaking in kisses in between his questions. Every time she thought the kiss couldn't get better, it did. Each time was more electrifying and mind blowing than the previous. He was a really good kisser. She missed this. She missed him.
And if Hera ever thought of kidnapping her boyfriend again, Annabeth would make sure all hell would break loose.
Cute Percabeth Reuniting Oneshot.
More Percabeth coming up and other PJ couples!
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