Roadblocks

Caroline stood in the large Mikaelson family mansion. She was still clutching the sketches of her. She couldn't believe that Klaus was gone. She couldn't believe that she had let the first man who was crazy enough to like her and wait for her get away.

No! she thought. I'm not letting him get away, she thought determined. She was suddenly so thankful that the sheriff department put up roadblocks leaving town. She raced to the roadblocks and took her phone out and asked the men who were manning the booths if they saw Klaus going through. The guards said they hadn't and Caroline was quick to compel them to stop the car if they saw him.

She walked into the woods that were beside the booths and tried to think of what to say to him.

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Klaus' POV

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Klaus sat in the back of the SUV. He let Rebekah have shotgun and Elijah was the only person he trusted to drive since Rebekah had the habit of speeding and crashing. Klaus was looking through his sketchbook at a few pictures of Caroline he just hadn't been able to throw away. He grunted in displeasure as the car went from 90 to 0. "Elijah what the hell?" he hissed.

"There's a booth here where we have to let them search the car."

"Fine," Klaus waved his hand annoyed.

"Sir I'm going to need you to pull over," the guard said.

"Oh this is ridiculous," Klaus said and leaned over from the back. "Let us pass," he compelled the man.

"Go ahead," the guy said as he hit the button and brought up the bar.

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Caroline's POV

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Caroline was in the middle of thinking of what she could say to Klaus to show how sorry she was when she heard a car pull into the booth stop. She opened her ears up and heard Klaus cursing. Her heart leapt up and she started to get a little nervous about talking with him. The she heard him tell the guy to let them through. She began to panic as she heard the car start to drive again. All she could think was 'no'. She sped from the forest and found herself staring into head lights until she felt metal collide with her gut.

She heard people scream as the car knocked her to the ground.

"The fuck was that!" Rebekah yelled.

"You hit someone," Klaus hissed. "We'll be here for hours," he sounded annoyed.

"They came out of nowhere," Elijah protested throwing the car into park.

"Ouch," Caroline said sitting up and rubbing her head. She pulled a few jagged pieces of metal from her body and tossed them to the ground.

"Are you alright?" she heard Elijah's voice.

"Oh it's just Caroline," Rebekah said as she arrived around the car. "I'm going back inside the car," she rolled her eyes.

"Caroline?" Elijah asked helping her to her feet.

"Hi," she smiled shyly. "I heard Klaus with you," she asked timidly.

"He's in the back," Elijah nodded to the car.

"Ok, thanks," she awkwardly walked around Elijah and opened the door to the back. "Come here," she held her hand out to Klaus who was just staring at her.

"What are you doing here? I thought you said you wanted me to stay the hell out of your life," he sent her an icy glare.

"Klaus please," her eyes begged. "One more chance," she pleaded.

"I gave you dozens of chances Caroline. I let you rip my heart out and play ping-pong with it. I'm done with you now, so get away."

"Klaus no please," Caroline felt nauseous that he wouldn't even come hear her out.

"Get away Caroline, you pushed me away now I'm doing the same to you," he dismissed her casually.

Caroline climbed into the car on her hands and knees, "What the hell are you," Klaus was cut off as Caroline pressed her unusually chapped lips to his unexpectedly soft lips.

"Oh come on," Rebekah hissed clearly nauseated.

Caroline was cautious until Klaus cupped her cheeks and she moved from the seat to his lap. His hands moved down and grabbed her waist pulling her closer to him. She tangled her own hands in his hair and licked his lips. He opened his mouth to her and moaned softly as he tasted her for the first time.

"I'm leaving," Rebekah climbed out of the car uncomfortable.

Klaus' hand slid up the back of Caroline's shirt caressing her soft skin. He hissed thrusting his hips upward as she closed her lips around one of his fangs and sucked gently. His hand became violent and snapped the band of her bra.

"Hey," she pulled away. "I liked this bra," she pouted.

"Seriously?" he asked his spider veins showing.

"We have forever," she kissed him softly again. "We don't have to rush everything right now."

He pouted. "Fine, you're coming though aren't you?"

"Of course I mean I need clothes."

"I'll buy you some," Klaus said as he moved her from his lap to the seat next to him. "Buckle in, Elijah get in here, Rebekah stop pretending to vomit."

"Fine," Rebekah climbed in. "But she's not sharing a bed with me," she said stubbornly.

Klaus scoffed, "Yes because I'd consider letting her sleep anywhere except beside me," he tossed an arm over her shoulder.