A/N: There wasn't enough room for my whole summary, so here's the rest of it.

Extended Summary: Once upon a time...Humans and vampires lived together, helping one another to survive in any way they could. They were treated normal. But many years have passed, and the vampires are beginning to be viewed as parasites...living off the humans, when they can no longer give in return. Now most live on the streets...forgotten...starving and begging for someone with enough heart to not think about their own needs and think of someone else who can give in return.

Vampires still remember when the humans would gladly allow them to live. Some humans even considered it a blessing thinking that their blood was clean enough to drink from. Today though, humans treat the vampires like the homeless...lower and lesser compared to the humans. The vampires continue to ask for donations, while others have resorted to take it forcefully...this is now

Kiyo Shokai looked out the window of her part time job at the local café. Her black hair was tied back into a ponytail and her blue eyes watched the occasional passing vampire or she stared at the ones leaning against the walls of the buildings, too weak to walk. Come on Kiyo, look away…there's nothing you can do…just turn back to your job.

"Kiyo, stop slacking and get back to work," Spyke walked out of the manager's office. Kiyo tore her eyes away from the window to look at him. "I know how you feel about them, but not while you work."

"Sorry Spyke…" Kiyo glanced back at the window then back at her boss. "I just get…distracted…it won't happen again." She walked away from the window.

"Get distracted on your break then. Right now," he threw a rag at her, "you have tables to clean." Kiyo sighed and began cleaning the little tables that were scattered around the café. "Customer Kiyo," he said, nodding to the back corner.

Kiyo stared at Spyke for a few moments. "Slave driver," she muttered under her breath, catching his grin at the corner of her eyes. She shook her head and walked over to the man in the corner. Out of her pocket she pulled out a little notebook and a pen. "Good evening, how can I help you?"

The dark haired man looked up at her with amazing bright blue eyes. He looked about eighteen, two years older than her. His complexion was tanned and perfect to Kiyo's eyes. He smirked, catching her staring. "I'll just have a coffee."

Kiyo nodded, not even bother to waste a piece of paper on his order. She walked to one of the coffee machines and poured some into a mug. She walked back to the man, setting the mug down in front of him. "Here you go, it'll be two fifty."

The man nodded and slipped a twenty into her hand. "Keep that." He smirked at her. "One as pretty as yourself deserves that."

Kiyo's cheeks flushed pink. "Oh, um…thank you." The man nodded and drank the coffee in one drink and left. Kiyo watched him leave for a moment before getting back to her job.

Unknown to Kiyo, the man leaned against a wall on the building next to the café. Half hidden in the shadows, he waited for her to come out of the café, marking her as a prey or maybe even entertainment for a while.

"Okay Kiyo, time to lock up," Spyke said, pulling on his cloak. Kiyo nodded and went into the changing room and changed out of her work clothes. She pulled on her favorite cloak. Kiyo left the shop before Spyke, so she didn't have to lock up, something she never liked to do. She pulled her cloak closer to her and looked down at her watch. It was a little after midnight. Vampires too weak to get up watched her walk by. Kiyo avoided eye contact with them.

The next thing she realized was someone grabbing her arm and looping it with his. Kiyo gasped, looking up to find the man from the café. She tempted to pull her arm out of his, but he had a hold of her hand. "I just want to walk you home," he said, looking at her through the corner of his eye. "You just need to lead us there."

Kiyo nodded, being really calm about the whole thing, but inside she was freaking out. I can't bring him to my house! I don't even know who he is! she thought as she turned down the wrong street. "It's this way." She could feel her whole body shake with fear. She knew he could feel her shakes too.

"Are you sure it's this way?" asked the man in a low tone, without looking at her.

"I do know where my own home is," she snapped, narrowing her eyes at him. "I do walk home every night, you know."

Her looked at her, raising a brow. No one ever narrowed their eyes or snapped at him, ever. He smirked down at her again, showing her one of his fangs. Yes, he was a vampire, one standing tall and strong. He, unlike most vampires, lured his prey to his home and bit them there, then disposing the bodies.

"You-You're a vampire!" Kiyo gasped with wide eyes, but didn't try to struggle out of his grip. She knew that if she did struggle, he'd bite her.

"Ah, aren't you the smart one? Yes, I am a vampire," he said, baring both of his fangs at her for a moment. "Are you afraid?"

Kiyo looked up at him for a moment then shook her head. "No, at the current moment, I have nothing to be afraid of." She watched his eyes grow wide for a moment, then return too normal.

"If I told you I plan on kidnapping you tomorrow night? What would you do?"

"I need something different in my life anyway. It's the same everyday. School, work, homework, bed," she said, smirking up at him, showing him no fear. She stopped walking. He looked down at her questionably. "My house isn't this way…it's down the other way. I thought you were a creepy stalker that wanted to rape me or something."

"So, it's better that I am a vampire?"

"I'd rather be bitten then raped," she said with a nod. "So, yes, it's better that you're a vampire."

"You are a strange girl," he muttered under his breath. Kiyo shrugged, turning around and heading the right way to her home.

"People tell me that all the time," she said, avoiding eye contact with a vampire on the ground.

"If you want to help them, then let them bit you," he muttered, watching her completely avoid contact with the one on the ground.

"I can't. I give one vampire blood, every vampire will want some. I don't have enough to go around," she muttered quietly. "There's nothing one human can do to help your people."

"It doesn't matter. No one, but me, will sink his fangs into you," Kiyo looked up at him oddly. "I've already marked you as my prey. Walking with me, every vampire now knows."

"So, why haven't you bitten me yet?"

"I like my meals tough," he said, glancing down at her. "It'd be no fun if I just bit you now." He said as she turned onto her street. Kiyo stopped in front of her house and turned to face him. "So tell me, what room is yours?" he asked, looking at the windows.

Kiyo shook her head with a smile, slipping her hand out of his arm and backing away a little. "Not telling. You said you like your meal's tough. Well guess what? This meal is going to be as tough as she can be."

"What are you going to do? Put a lock on your door?" He smirked at her and licked his lips. "Your room will be easy enough to find because you have a unique scent to you."

Kiyo shook her head. "Nope, and I'll be there when you come and kidnap me. But after that, well, let's just say we'll both have fun with this whole kidnapping thing."

"You're going to tell your parents, aren't you?" he asked with a raised brow. "Be like 'some vampire is going to kidnap me, will you call the cops once I'm missing?'" Shaking his head, he moved towards her again.

Kiyo shook her head, rolled her eyes, and didn't move. "Nope." She smirked at him. "Take me now if you don't believe me, so I don't have a chance to tell anyone."

"It would be entertaining if you told someone and came back a vampire." He said evilly as he lowered his head and smirked. "Yes…that would be quiet fun."

She stopped his head with a finger on his nose. "If I did tell someone, then they'd send me away within an hour. Then your 'meal' would be long gone and I bet I taste just wonderful."

"You leave and I will follow," He said with a smirk as he bit her finger away from his nose. He didn't bite so hard to draw blood though.

"But then of course, I could taste just awful and all this energy you're putting in this will be wasted." She smirked at him, eyes glimmering with excitement.

The vampire shrugged. "Doesn't matter to me. I'm not all that picky on blood." He smirked slightly and looked at the sky. "You should go inside, unless of course, you'd like to come with me."

Kiyo looked up at the sky too. "You're the one doing the kidnapping. If you want to do it correctly, I'll go inside. If you don't and want to take me now, then go ahead. It's up to you."

"Well, I like to be a nice kidnapper," he told her, licking his lips and watching the brightening sky. "So, now or later? I have all the time in the world."

"Actually, no, you have all the time at night. I have all the night in the world, until I die at least," she smirked and looked back at her house, thinking. Go back to this house, knowing I'll just be taken later on tonight, or just go with him…go now and I won't have homework or work or school… Kiyo smiled. "Take me now," she said in a whisper.

He smirked and picked her up quicker then lightning, throwing her over his shoulder and jumped up onto a house, running as fast as he could towards his safe house. He would get there in time, but it would be close.

"Ack!" Kiyo yelped, grabbing onto his shirt and tightly closing her eyes. What have I gotten myself into?!

A/N: Okay, so how do you all like it so far? It came to me while I was staying at my grandma's house. I think it's going to turn out so awesome. I just love vampires. They are so cool. I can't wait until I write out chapter two and type it up then post it here, but first, I want to see how many of you like it. Tehe

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