|The Two of Us
Author: jnl94 PM
Raina and Rayanne r twins. When one is overprotective and likes to be needed and one is going off to summer camp alone, it could put a strain on thier relationship. Cowritten w KML92Rated: Fiction T - English - Mystery/Horror - Chapters: 13 - Words: 16,361 - Reviews: 7 - Favs: 2 - Follows: 1 - Updated: 05-10-12 - Published: 07-16-11 - id: 2933588
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Rayanne stared at the girls in the cabin. They had long since fallen asleep and she was ready to have some fun without Raina screwing everything up. She needed to make sure that she wasn't caught. Raina may have been getting on her nerves, but she was still her sister, and she didn't want to get her in trouble. She pulled her blonde locks into a pony tail and quietly exited the cabin, ever watchful for anyone looking to bust her.
Once she was home free from the cabin, Rayanne slowed her pace enjoying the night sky. She wasn't sure what she wanted to do tonight. She could do anything she wanted. She thought about it for a minute and then snapped her fingers when she knew where she was headed.
Rayanne was going to pay a visit to her boy toy, Tate. She chuckled and started heading in that direction. She was carefree and never expected that anyone would suspect she was out alone at night breaking the rules.
"Are you trying to get us all busted?" Rayanne stopped dead in her tracks and turned to see that bitch Jessica standing in her pajamas behind her. Rayanne rolled her eyes and stared at Jessica. She must have seen her slipping from the cabin and assumed she was Raina.
"I'm not sure I know what you mean." Rayanne said simply.
"You're sneaking out when we're on house arrest after somebody killed Sasha." Jessica snapped. Rayanne crossed her arms over her chest and glared at the girl in front of her.
"You sound like you're insinuating something Jessie." Rayanne smiled. She knew what Jessica was implying. She just wanted her to say it out loud.
"Don't call me that Raina. You think you have everyone fooled, but you don't fool me. I know you're not this sweet innocent victim girl that everyone thinks you are. You're really just a lying, manipulative bitch who likes to screw with people." Jessica snapped. Rayanne sighed and popped a hip.
"Oh damn. You caught me. I'm really not who everyone thinks I am." she sighed as if she really couldn't care less about this conversation, which, truth be told, she couldn't. Jessica glared at her and crossed her own arms over her chest.
"You know what I think?" she asked.
"Please, enlighten me." Rayanne said sarcastically.
"I think you killed Sasha." she accused. Rayanne just smiled at the girl.
"You know what I think?" Rayanne asked.
"Please, enlighten me." Jessica said, mimicking Rayanne's earlier tone.
"I think you'd better learn to stay out of other people's business. You might live longer that way." Rayanne told Jessica menacingly. Jessica's eyes got slightly wider as if she had just realized something.
"Oh my god. You did it. You killed Sasha. Here I was just fishing and I caught a big one." Jessica mused.
"Jessica, Jessica, Jessica; you just don't know when to keep your nose out of stuff. You shouldn't have bothered following me out here. If you would have stayed in your bed like a good little girl, then maybe you wouldn't be in this predicament." Rayanne sighed, pinching the bridge of her nose with her thumb and index finger.
"What the hell are you talking about? You're busted. Do you honestly think I'm not going to say something?" Jessica asked, her eyes flashing with anger. Rayanne watched the girl. It was clear she hadn't grasped the danger she had just put herself in.
"What the hell are you talking about? Do you honestly think I'm going to let you live after you figured out my secret?" Rayanne asked. Jessica swallowed, finally grasping the severity of the situation.
"You're insane Raina." Jessica spat, backing away slowly.
"I'm so glad you noticed." Rayanne grinned as she pulled her trusty knife from her pocket. She twirled it around in her hands and stared Jessica down. She wanted this to go perfectly. She didn't want to have it over with too soon, but too long and Jessica's struggle could draw attention to the two girls. She took a step forward and blinked innocently.
"Get away from me," Jessica hissed, taking a large step back, her hands beginning to tremble.
Rayanne only smiled and advanced on her, twirling the knife all the while.
"Raina," Jessica warned, her voice growing higher as her fear took over. Rayanne could practically see the fight or flight running through her mind and she was sorely tempted to fight. That wouldn't have been very smart. Of course, running wouldn't be very smart either.
"You know something Jessie?" Rayanne asked conversationally.
"I'll scream. I swear I will Raina." Jessica warned, all the while moving back.
"Go ahead, see if I care." Rayanne paused in her twirling and sighed. "And would you stop calling me Raina?" she asked.
Jessica frowned. "Why?"
Rayanne looked up and let a slow smile spread across her face. "Because I'm not her," she snarled and lunged.
Jessica opened her mouth to scream, but Rayanne slashed the blade across her throat, cutting off any sound she could have made. Jessica stumbled back and grabbed her neck, her eyes large and terrified. She opened and closed her mouth, looking very much like a fish out of water. It was rather comical to Rayanne. She watched in amusement for a moment before tossing her blond hair off her face and advancing toward the redhead once more.
Rayanne heard strangled sounds coming from the girl and laughed into the night. "So pathetic," she giggled, grabbing a fistful of hair.
Jessica clawed at Rayanne and the blond cursed when she felt her nails rake across her arm. She brought the knife around and plunged it into Jessie's chest, aiming for the heart. Blood oozed out around the blade and coated Rayanne's fingers, but she didn't remove the knife. Instead, she twisted it savagely and watched in silence as Jessica's face screwed up with pain. And then the redhead slumped against Rayanne and she let her drop to the ground.
She stared at Jessica for a moment and then turned her eyes to the scratches along her arm. She tsked and bent over the girl, lifting her cold hand gently. "Can't have that," she said and set to work cutting off all of the girls' fingers. Once they were gone, she trundled them off the Lake Silvertree and pitched them in one by one. They floated wonderfully. She grinned and shook her head. The DNA would be washed clean by morning and everyone would freak out when they saw the bobbing fingers. If the fish didn't eat them first.
She returned to Jessica's body and glanced over her handiwork. The ground was spattered with blood and that made Rayanne think a moment. She remembered feeling something warm coat her body so she took a step back and looked down at her hands coated with blood. She shook her head and sighed. "Well that won't do," she muttered. Rayanne bent and ripped a section of Jessica's shirt off, and used it to wipe her blade clean and erase any fingerprints she may have left on the handle. Then she let it drop to the ground and smirked, tossing her hair over her shoulder.
Without any hesitation, Rayanne turned and started back toward Raina's cabin, knowing that Tate wouldn't appreciate her showing up covered in someone else's blood. So she let herself quietly into Raina's cabin and slipped into the bathroom, glancing at Tanya and Amber as she passed. Both girls looked completely peaceful in their sleep and Rayanne smiled. They were such good friends to Raina. Her smile faded as she flicked her eyes to her sister's bed. That was what was keeping them alive.
She turned and let herself into the bathroom, leaving the light off so she didn't disturb the other girls. She turned the water on and let it run over her hands. Jessica's blood dripped from her fingers and swirled down the drain, tingeing the water pink.