There is no empathy for the characters that I can feel. You have not delved into the character's lives, showed us things about them. This scene (it's not exactly a chapter) is almost entirely dialogue. Besides, Legolas already told her he loves her.
I'm sorry, but you really need to lengthen these chapters. Tell us what happened in the year. Create sympathy for the characters by showing us events that occurred. I don't think Legolas would be that ambiguous...and please...get a grammar checker. Not to trying to flame you here, trying to help.
this chapter seems a bit over the top in terms of realism. first off, there is basically no introduction at all. He is talking about always loving Cathrina, yet when he sees her, he doesn't know who she is? I realize it's been a few years, but still. The characters are not developed, something that could be achieved in a longer composition. You may also want to stay grounded in one point of view per scene. You switch from Legolas to Cathrina midway through.
aww how sweet..
but Cathrina is more like a human name than an elvish one...
well update soon.. :)
Author's Response: When i started to type i could not think of a good name and that was the only one that poped into my mind if and when i write my next one i will keep the name issue in mind