The new voice that I could make out was male asked.

"Yes, just finished." the girl…thing…replied.

"Aren't you going to snap his neck?" the newcomer asked while cocking his head to the left.

"No…" she replied slowly.

"Why?" the newcomer asked with genuine curiosity.

"I-I don't want to kill another innocent man…especially one that wanted to help Me." she didn't meet the newcomers eyes as the newcomer scowled at her.

"Emily Rebecca Vanderfell, do you know how many vampires would be running around if I let you turn everyone you wanted into a vampire? We'd be the disgrace of the coven turning whom-ever crossed into our kin. Now I say I like killing innocents as much as you, but we do it to survive and only to survive."

"Fine…just please let him live? I promise he'll be the last one! I just don't want such a nice person to go to waste in this horrible world." the girl pleaded.A few silent moments passed as I began to feel burning all through my body; I was too injured to even moan in pain but I could feel it, the infection the girl put into me…spreading.

The newcomer stared at me for a moment then sighed. I knew that he was about to cave into the girl's wishes; but I didn't know if those wishes were good or bad for me.

"Alright, I will let it pass this time but no more. Now bring him over here so I can hold him, we'll be flying home with him tonight so we better start now." the man said emotionlessly to the girl.

"We're taking him with us?" the girl asked slightly confused.

"What? Did you think I would let him burn in the sunlight right after he changes, or let him prowl around town killing everyone and anyone; even his own family? I may be an old Vampire, Emily; but I'm not completely heartless. C'mon, no dilly dallying!" the girl was in awe and beaming at the man as she surprisingly lifted my dead weight over to the man with barely no effort.

The man grunted as she gave me to him; and before I knew it I could hear the sound of their black, leathery wings extending out of their backs. He bent his legs before jumping into the sky as his wings flapped behind him.

The girl followed shortly after still beaming at him; her eyes were glowing yellow again but her teeth stayed human like. With the light of the moon illuminating the night, she seemed perfect as the moonlight touched her so gently that her brown hair looked light and almost dirty blonde. Her pale skin almost as white as the very moon looked flawless as we flew over the earth's surface to an unknown location.

With her wings out in the night she really did look like a little angel.