Together Forever



Author: Twi-RangerWords: 2,021Chapter: (23/40)Disclaimer: I don't own anything, except the plot.Author's Note: Two more characters are going to be added. Two small twins. And Russell Fabray and Protector!Rachel makes an appearance. Two chapters in one week, awesome.

Uploaded: December 14, 2013

"Thank you girls for taking care of my baby," Millie Rose told Rachel and Quinn after she hugged Marley with all her might.

"It was no problem," Quinn answered, she gave the lady a weak smile. Quinn didn't get a lot of sleep that night.

"We were happy to do it. She gave us the strength to escape," Rachel added, giving Marley a sleepy grin.

"Mom, how about you let them sleep," Marley told her mother, who was sitting next to her. Unlike the other two, Marley hadn't been in that room for much time, and she hadn't been hurt as much. She had nightmares, but it wasn't as bad as Rachel's, or horrible as Quinn's.

Her mother nodded, as turned her only child. She had been devastated when her daughter never came home. She didn't know how to live, how to wake up in morning, only to remember her daughter was gone.

"I missed you," Millie Rose whispered, as she kissed Marley's forehead.

"Mommy, I need to tell you something," the young girl whispered, glancing at the sleeping girls for a second.

"What is it, sweetie," the older Rose asked, as she grabbed her daughter's hand.

"I don't want to leave them. I-I can't. Mom, Quinn and Rachel saved me. They protected me, and I can't leave them. I need them," Marley said, her tears welling up in her eyes.

"Oh baby," Millie whispered as she gave a hug to her daughter. "Of course you won't leave them. I just need to find a way to get the money to move here."

"Mrs. Fabray and the Berrys offered to help, we can move in with them."

"I don't know Marley."

"They offered. They want us to move in with them. They said they owed it to me. I helped bring us back. I gave Quinn and Rachel a reason to fight back. Please mom," Marley begged, tears streaming down her face.

"Let me talk to them. We'll go from there," Millie told her daughter. "Now go to sleep, you have a long week ahead of you. I love you, and I'm going to contact the Fabrays and Berrys."

"I love you too mommy," Marley muttered, her eyes drooping.


"Quinnie, my baby," a voice whispered. Quinn felt someone stroke her face.

She opened her eyes and moved away, scared.

In front of her stood, Russell Fabray. He stared at her. She looked around and saw Rachel and Marley sleeping.

"D-daddy?" Quinn whispered in shock, trying not to wake the girls up.

"Quinn, sweetie, you're here. I-I can't believe it," the man whispered, as he moved closer to his youngest.

"D-daddy," Quinn whispered, her tears falling down her face.

"Don't worry, I'll take you home soon," he told her, causing Quinn to look at him, confused.

"I'm going with mom," Quinn told him, frowning. She thought she would live with her mother and brother.

"I'm not letting you go with that whore," Russell Fabray hissed, as he grabbed her left arm.

Quinn's breath hitched, as she remembered all the times a man grabbed her like that.

"D-daddy, you're hurting me," Quinn whimpered, trying to pull his arm away.

"They didn't tell you right? About how your mother moved on. She got replacements. She replaced you Lucy. She doesn't want you anymore. She doesn't want to have a screw up," Russell Fabray whispered at her.

Quinn started to sob quietly, not wanting to wake the other girls up. It was working, they were dead to the world.

"I want you sweetheart. I want you to come home with me."

Quinn shook her head. She whimpered when he tightened his grip on her arm.

"Let me go!" She shouted, punching his arm. "Stop! Shut up! Leave!"

Her heart monitor started to go crazy. Rachel and Marley sat up, thinking Quinn was having one of her nightmares.

Rachel glared at the man in front of her, while Marley looked confused. "Call the nurse, Marls," Rachel said, "leave her alone."

"And why would I listen to you?" Russell Fabray asked the girl he hated with all his guts.

"Leave now," Rachel growled, as she sat up and moved to get out of her bed. She took the IV needles out of her right arm.

"Rachel, stop please," Quinn whispered, her voice broken, as she turned to the love of her life and her father. "Please daddy, leave."

"You don't order me little girl," he said, glaring at his daughter.

"Please," Quinn cried, as she pulled her arm from his grip. Rachel stood up when she heard Quinn cry out in pain.

"Last chance Russell Fabray," Rachel snarled, as she stood in front of him.

Russell Fabray laughed. He pulled his daughter in front of him. The IV needles in her right arm were pulled out, and blood started seeping out of her cuts. Quinn cried out.

The door opened and Officer Davis entered the room. He pulled Russell Fabray away from the girls and started reading him his rights as he handcuffed the man.

Rachel moved to hug her best friend, who had fallen to the ground. She was crying. Marley moved to try and stop Quinn from crying.

"Shhh, you're okay," Rachel whispered as she rocked Quinn.

Quinn shook her head and cried.

Nurse Davis entered the room and rushed to the pile of girls on the ground. She started to check on Quinn's arm. She then helped Quinn back on her bed. She disinfected her arm and wrapped the cut.

"Can I lay down with her?" Rachel asked the nurse, but keeping an eye on her best friend.

"Of course. Make sure she rests, she's had a tough day." Nurse Davis told the small Jewish girl. "I'm going to give her something to help her sleep."

Rachel nodded and moved to wrap her arms around Quinn. Marley moved to Rachel's bed, not wanting to be too far away.


"Who was that?" Marley asked, once she was sure Quinn was sleep.

"That was Quinn's father," Rachel whispered as she kissed Quinn's temple.

"Is he always like that?" Marley asked, wanting to punch the man.

Rachel nodded. "For as long as I know Quinn. That man is sick."

"Yeah. She'll be okay right?" Marley asked, worry in her voice.

"Yeah, I'm sure she will. She has us to help her. We just need to know what he said. Did you hear anything?"

"No, I woke up when you did," Marley answered, wishing she had woken up a little earlier.

"We just have to wait for Sam to get here. He knows how to help her," Rachel told her, as she closed her eyes.

She really hoped Russell Fabray would stay away from them. She didn't need him making a mess of Quinn's healing.


"Hey," Sam said from the door, with his mother, the Berrys, and Millie behind him. He frowned when he saw Quinn's arm bandaged, Rachel hugging Quinn, who had her head under Rachel's chin, and Marley on Rachel's bed. The girls looked like they were crying. He rushed to his sister. "What happened?"

"Your father happened. He hurt her Sam. I don't know what he said, but he really hurt her," Rachel said, her voice breaking. She looked to be on the verge of crying.

Millie rushed to her daughter. She made sure there was not a scratch on her daughter.

"That bastard," Puck muttered, his body tensed.

"Quinn, wake up," Rachel whispered, kissing Quinn's cheek.

The youngest blond moaned. Quinn's eyes fluttered open.

"Quinn, our families are here," Rachel whispered, as she pulled her girlfriend closer. They really needed to talk about that soon.

Quinn shook her head and turned away from her visitors. Rachel could feel Quinn's body shake, as she tried not to cry.

"Quinnie, what did Russell say? He's lying," Sam told her, as he rested his arm on her right arm. Quinn tensed, and moved away from his touch.

Everyone's heart broke at the sad look on Sam's face.

"Quinn, what did he tell you," Rachel whispered into Quinn's ear.

The blonde's voice was muffled when she answered. Rachel asked her to repeat it, and moved away for her best friend's mouth.

"Mom replaced me," Quinn muttered, tears streaming down her face.

Rachel frowned and looked at Judy. "You replaced Quinn?"

"No!" Judy exclaimed, tears welling up in her eyes. Sam watched Quinn, trying to think of what Russell would say to hurt his sister.

Quinn muttered something, causing Rachel to frown. "Russell called you a whore. He said you moved on and got replacements."

"Stevie and Stacy," Sam muttered, angry. He watched as Quinn moved her head and stare back at him.

"Who?" Quinn muttered, confused.

"Dad's an idiot. Stevie and Stacy are our niece and nephew. Frannie had twins, but she couldn't keep them, so mom took them in. They are our adopted brother and sister. Quinn, we would never replace you. You are one in a million," Sam told her, as he moved to his knees in front of her.

Quinn started to cry and hugged her big brother. "I'm sorry, I'm so sorry."

"It's okay. Don't worry, it's okay," he told her. He rubbed her back.


Quinn had fallen back to sleep. "Is something going on between you two?" Puck asked, as he moved to a chair next to Rachel.

"I love her," Rachel answered, smiling a little.

"Love her how?" Puck asked. Everyone turned his or her attention to the Berry siblings, while Marley smiled.

"Like how our dad and daddy love each other," Rachel answered, smiling.

"They are so cute together," Marley added, giggling.

Hiram, LeRoy, Judy, and Millie smiled.

"At least we don't have to threaten other people," Sam said, smiling, "except for Marley here."

"At least we can use our big brother powers on future dates for Marley," Puck said, laughing.

The youngest girl blushed, and turned away.

Everyone laughed.


The week was coming to an end, and the girls were getting ready to go home. Millie had moved all the Roses' things to Judy's house. The Berrys' had moved in there a few months after Judy and Russell Fabray divorced.

"We're going home," Rachel told her little sister and girlfriend.

Quinn and Rachel had finally had their conversation. They were already acting like they were dating, they were just adding a title.

"Finally leaving this hospital," Marley added, smiling.

Nurse Davis was in their room. She was checking on Quinn's injury. "You girls aren't leaving for sure. You guys will have to come back for therapy sessions.

"We'll miss you Mrs. Davis. We can't thank your son enough," Rachel told her, giving her a small grin.

Sam, Puck, and Finn entered the room. They smiled at the three girls.

"You guys ready to go?" Sam asked them, as he handed the girls extra clothes. They headed to the restroom to change. Once they were dressed, ready to go, the boys each grabbed one of their hands and walked out with them.

Sam walked out first holding his sister's hand, Puck walked out with Rachel. Finn and Marley walked out behind, with the latter blushing.

They piled into the Berry's van. Puck got in the driver seat, with Sam in the passenger, Finn behind him, Marley behind Puck, Rachel behind her, and Quinn behind Finn.

The girls watched as they drove through the town. Quinn and Rachel didn't remember much of the city, and memories returned.

They stopped in front of the Fabray house. Everyone got out, and stared at the house.

"We're home," Quinn whispered, as she stared at her childhood home. She couldn't believe she was in her house.

The girls walked in and headed to Quinn's old bedroom.

The room looked almost the same as six years ago. The room was still green, the bed was different. It was bigger. Quinn walked to it and touched it.

"We're going to get through this," Marley answered, as Quinn picked up a teddy bear, a lamb that she used to sleep with when she was younger.

"Hopefully," Quinn whispered, as she hugged the stuffed lamb.

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