Tonks and Lupin: Until the Very End7. The WeddingTonks and Lupin: Until the Very End by PirateGal4
The morning of the wedding dawned bright and clear. Tonks woke up at six o'clock, yawning and stretching.
She looked out the window and saw the sun just coming over the horizon, making the dew on the grass sparkle.
Then she remembered what day it was.
She gasped and jumped out of bed. Nerves fluttered in her stomach and she grinned; she dressed hurriedly and went downstairs to the still empty kitchen and grabbed a goblet of Pumpkin Juice and went to sit on the front porch steps. She could hardly believe she was getting married today. If someone had told her six months ago that she would be here, she wouldn't have believed them. The sun was still relatively new in the sky and Tonks relished in the warm light it bathed the world in.
But she found that she couldn't really sit still for long; she walked back inside and to the kitchen, looking for something to do.
To her surprise, her mother was in the kitchen.
Her mum wasn't usually this much of an early riser, but she looke
Slipped AwayAs Arcee, Bulkhead, and Bumblebee walked through the ground bridge alone without their beloved commander, the humans ran up to them to greet them, asking them where Optimus had disappeared to. But Arcee walked away from the group, isolating herself from them. Her head was hung low and her facial expression made it obvious to the others that she was just as devastated as they were over the loss of their Prime. Ratchet knew something was deeply troubling her, and it didn't have anything to do with Optimus going with Megatron.Slipped Away by Spiritblast
Before Ratchet had a chance to ask, Arcee excused herself and headed down the corridors. Jack tried to follow her, but Ratchet suggested that they leave her alone with her thoughts.
Once Arcee had turned a corner, she let one of her hands curl up into a fist and then turned to punch a wall next to her, damaging some of her circuitry from the impact. Primus! How could Megatron do that to Optimus? Anger boiled up deep inside her spark, her grief growing until it was b