//While this is fanfiction for "Lord of Magna: Maiden Heaven" video game, it takes place in a Real-World/WG AU, so knowing the game is not exactly necessary. Leon is also my own version of the main character that was changed to fit more to the WG aspect of the AU. With that, I hope y'all enjoy.//
In a quaint little town filled with lush greens and plentiful farms, there stood a little inn, Eduard Inn, which rarely had any guests to fill its empty rooms. However, two young sister's have recently moved to town, not a penny in their pockets or a place to stay. The owner of the Eduard Inn, a young lad by the name of Leon, offers them a place to stay in exchange for labor. It is in this inn that our rather bizarre tale of love and feast begins...
“Breakfast is ready!” the dashing young woman with her platinum hair pulled into a bun and tied off with a bow called out into the foyer of Eduard Inn as she set down the last plate, a door opening behind her to reveal a man no older than twenty step out of his room, his short hair a blazing red.
“Breakfast looks delicious as always, Beatrix,” the young inn owner tells the beautiful cook with a smile as he sat down at the table.
“Thank you,” Beatrix replied coolly, the slight tint to her cheeks mismatching her normally monotonous personality.
Leon raised an eyebrow at the empty chair before him, turning around to call out behind him “Charlotte? Breakfast is ready!”
“C-coming!” squeaked a voice from above, followed by the sudden opening and closing of a door as quick feet hurried down the stairs and to the table, a fury of red hair pulled into pigtails following behind. “Sorry for being late; Leon, Trixie.”
Beatrix sighed, her cheeks back to their normal color. “You didn't have to run like a madman. What if there were more guests? You would have woken up the whole inn running like that.”
“She's just excited to eat your delicious food is all,” Leon said with a chuckle as he picked up his fork. “Now, shall we dig in?”
As Leon and Beatrix ate normally, the red-haired girl stared and picked at her food more than enjoyed it. Charlotte ate most of her eggs and took a couple bites of bacon before setting her fork down. “Whew, I am already full.”
“Nonsense, you haven't even touched your pancakes,” Leon said with a frown. “No need to starve yourself, just eat and enjoy.”
“But-” Charlotte began, her face flushed red.
“Lottie, if you don't eat enough, you will become malnourished,” Beatrix told her older sister, a statement that would have sounded motherly if it weren't for her emotionless face.
Charlotte quietly nibbled on more of her bacon. Truth be told, she was still really hungry, to the point that she wasn't sure if this alone would stop her cravings, but she had learned on the scale this morning that she had gained six pounds since she last weighed herself six days ago. Six pounds in six days! No doubt her over zealousness at Beatrix’s meals was the cause, but everything she made was so good and she couldn't help having a little extra.
The redhead swore to cut back, but maybe she should just cut back a little bit at a time rather than all at once. That way, she wouldn't worry Leon and her sister.
After finishing her bacon, Charlotte turned toward her pancakes. Hesitantly, she took a bite without adding anything on top.
She wrinkled her nose.
Yeah, no, pancakes weren't meant to be eaten plain, at least not with her sweet tooth. Charlotte grabbed the maple syrup and drowned the pancakes in it's sugary concoction.
Charlotte took another bite, moaning slightly in pleasure.
Now those were pancakes!
Before she knew it, the pancakes (along with half a bottle of syrup) were gone.
Charlotte forgot to hold back, but, with her stomach still churning with hunger, it was no surprise that the thought of stopping had left her mind.
“So much for being full,” Leon said with a smile, making Charlotte blush.
“You want anymore?” Beatrix asked her sister as she began to pick up Leon and her’s plates. “I still have a few pieces of bacon left, and eggs don't take long to make.”
“No, no, I’m good!” Charlotte lied as she handed Beatrix her plates. “Though, I was thinking of heading out to run some errands. You need me to buy anything while I am out?”
“Hmm, I could use some fresh herbs and vegetables for dinner . . . Here, let me make a list.”
As Beatrix walked back into the kitchen with the dishes, Leon got up from his chair.
“Do you need something as well, Leon?” Charlotte asked as she stood up too.
“Actually, you know the candy store over by the school?” Leon asked as she nodded. “I heard that they are having a special this week where if you buy two bags of chocolate, you get one free. Why don't you head down there and get two bags, one for each of us?”
“Sure, not a problem,” Charlotte said with a bright smile, thoughts of her weight way in the back of her mind.
Later that night, Charlotte sat in bed wide awake, quietly watching some Netflix (Leon found it cheaper to just have Netflix on all of the TV's at the Inn rather than paying for the cable). She was having trouble sleeping due to her gluttonous stomach still begging for food, despite having just eaten dinner.
For probably the fiftieth time, the young girl eyed the bag of thirty different chocolates on her nightstand, which she had yet to open.
She had resisted eating the chocolates all night, just as she had resisted getting extra helpings during all of her meals that day, but her growling stomach had had enough.
Her self control snapping, Charlotte ripped open the bag and popped the first chocolate into her mouth. Mmmm, it was so creamy and decadent.
Charlotte quickly popped in another.
Soon, she was halfway through the bag when she stopped. Charlotte had too much sugar in her mouth, it was starting to get a little overwhelming. Charlotte decided to sneak down stairs get a glass of milk. Milk was good for you, right? Lots of calcium. Probably, like, zero calories.
Charlotte grabbed a glass from the cabinet and opened the fridge to get some milk, mixing in a lot of chocolate syrup before she headed back upstairs. She placed her hand on the door handle when she suddenly stopped. Right next to her door, there was a little white box marked with her name.
Charlotte let go of the door as she looked at the box curiously before flipping it open.
Inside, there was a note which read:
You have been such a great help around the inn. While I can't give you much beyond a bed to sleep in, I hope you accept this as thanks.
Charlotte flushed a bright red as she read the word ‘love', looking beneath the note to find that the box had at least a dozen white chocolate chip cookies in it, her favorite kind.
Well, it would be rude not to eat them, Charlotte thought to herself as she picked them up and brought them inside her room.
As the redhead settled herself back down on her bed, she picked up the bag of chocolates to move it to the side, finding it to be heavier than she had expected. Charlotte looked down to see the bag was still mostly full.
Ha! She had more self control than she thought.
As the show she was currently binge watching started to get wrapped up in a three episode long mystery arch, Charlotte’s eyes stayed glued to the TV, mindlessly eating all of the cookies and the rest of the chocolates before she finally passed out.
As Charlotte slept soundly, curled up in a ball with her pillow hugged between her arms and ample breasts, a dark figure snuck into her room, replacing the empty bag of chocolates with a bag half full while also placing a few more cookies into the box.
The dark figure looked upon the quietly sleeping girl and how her pajama pants clung to her curves, her belly sticking out slightly further than when she first came to town, and smiled fondly before quietly tip-toeing out of the room.
The next day, Charlotte found herself wandering around town. Since there isn't much to clean everyday in a mostly empty inn, Charlotte often finished her daily dusting and window cleaning right before lunch, other than Sundays, when she would clean all the bed garments to make sure the fabric stayed fresh for any customers that most likely won't appear.
The redheaded maid slowed to a stop as she eyed the candy store across the path, the sign advertising their buy-one-get-one-free deal on their jumbo bags of chocolate.
‘Maybe I should buy some and then share it with the village kids,’ Charlotte thought with a smile, heading over to the shop.
“Thank you pretty lady!” one of the kids called out to Charlotte as she waved back, her mouth full of chocolate.
‘Wow, I sure passed out a lot of candy,’ Charlotte thought with surprise as she threw out the two empty bags into a near-by recycling bin, oblivious to the fact that she only gave out 1/4 of the chocolate and eaten the rest herself. ‘All the work kind of made me hungry, and with dinner such a long time from now, I might as well get a snack to hold me off until then.’
So, with about forty minutes until dinner time, Charlotte walked back over to the candy store to buy a single chocolate bar, only to find herself snacking on another two jumbo bags of chocolate, both of which disappeared by the time she walked through the front door, her stomach rounding out a bit further than it had when she first went out on her stroll.
“Just in time,” Leon said to her with a smile. “Dinner’s almost ready.
Charlotte groaned on her bed, hugging her swollen belly. She shouldn't have gotten seconds. Not after that ‘snack' she had before dinner.
But it was soooo good.
‘God, I’m such a glutton when it comes to sis’s food,’ Charlotte thought with a groan, oblivious to all the other times she had displayed her gluttonous appetite and monstrous sweet tooth without her sister's help.
That's when she saw them.
The mostly-full box of cookies and half-full bag of chocolates. She had forgotten she still had these.
‘Well, every great dinner ends with dessert . . .’