Disclaimer: I own nothing. Susan belongs to C.S. Lewis and whoever else owns the rights for The Chronicles of Narnia. Halfrek belongs to Joss Whedon and whoever else owns the rights for Buffy.
Author's Note: This is written for the FFA paring of Halfrek/ Susan Pevensie.
Susan Pevensie sat on her bed, crying. It was the day of the funeral for her family, who had been killed in a train accident. She had been surprised and worried when she heard about the crash; she was certain that this was the train that her parents were on, and she was right. However, she had been shocked to learn that her sister, Lucy, had also been on the train. Her cousin, Eustace, had also been on the train and Susan learned that his friend Jill Pole was also on. While her brothers, Peter and Edmund, were not on the train, they were at the train station when it crashed. They also did not survive. If that wasn’t enough, Susan also found out that Professor Kirke (whose manor house she and her siblings had once stayed at during the Blitz) and his friend Polly Plummer (who she called Aunt Polly) was also on the train.
One thing that really hurt was she had not been getting along with her siblings recently. That was mostly due to the fact that Peter, Edmund, and Lucy still talked about that magical land called Narnia that they made up when they had stayed at the Professor’s house when they were children. Susan did not know why Peter, Edmund, and Lucy still insisted on talking about Narnia, but that did not matter to her now. All she really cared about was being with her family again.
“I wish I could be with my family again,” Susan said through her sobs.
“Granted,” An unexpected voice said from behind her. Surprised, Susan turned around and caught a glimpse of a curly-brown haired woman before the room flashed and she was not in her room anymore.
Next thing she knew, she was looking out at a somewhat familiar green field.
“Susan!” A shocked, familiar male voice said from behind her.
Susan whirled around. “Peter!” She exclaimed, as she quickly gave him a hug. She did not know how, but her wish came true.
And she was thankful.