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"I'm convinced that Dmitri is insane sometimes."

"My guess is that he thinks he has your best interest at heart."

"Trying to convince my older sister to hold a sleep over with you invited is not something a sane man would do," he told me shaking his head.

"You didn't mention that part," I asked, worried, "why would he do that anyway?"

"Like I said, insane," he smiled. "I've been wondering, your full name is Luruxianna, so where did you get 'Lola' from that?"

"Luruxianna is hard for a three year old to pronounce. Serina tried but at some point she just called me Lol, and that turned into Lola when we were a little older," I explained, " I used to call her Seri, still do sometimes, she just rolls her eyes and laughs."

"You and your sister seem close."

"Yeah," I nodded, "She and I have always been inseparable."

"I'm everything will turn out all right," he told me putting his hand on mine, a comforting gesture.

"Things just don't add up I guess, I feel like I'm looking at a box of puzzle pieces and can tell that there should be more here," I explained. "Look I'm sure you didn't come to hear me go on about my sister, what about your family?"

"I have two sisters, one is nineteen and the other is ten," he told me, "Lily has always been very energetic while-" he looked up and frowned, "Katrina," he greeted through hard teeth, he glanced at me and removed his hand from mine.

"Vladimir," the voice behind me sounded older and sent chills down my spine. I turned to face Katrina and knew who she was instantly. Katrina was Vlad's older sister, her eyes were the same shade of brown, but instead of warmth her gaze was ice-cold, her hair was black like her brother's, and surrounding her was an atmostsphere of hostility. She did not seem to like me at all.

"What is her problem?" I whispered to Vlad.

"Currently? You," her tone was dark but before I could say anything Vlad stepped in.

"Sister, surely you have better things to than terrorize my friend?" my suspicions were confirmed and I sighed.

"I'll see you tomorrow Vlad," I told him as I got up, not wanting to be a source of tension in his family.


I glared quietly at Katrina as Lola walked out the door, "Okay, you have scared her off are you happy now?"

"You know as well I do that you seeing a human girl is just asking for the High Councilor to cause havoc."

"She and I aren't dating. She's a friend, that's all."

"Unlikely, you don't act like that around Dmitri," Katrina scoffed.

I searched my mind for a response and sighed, "There is some attraction on my part I admit."

"That would be step one," she sat down in front of me.


"To ending whatever you two have," she sighed, "the first step to admit there is something there."

"A one-sided something."

"How sure of that are you?"

"Excuse me?"

"How sure are you that she doesn't feel the same way?"

"Have you looked at the two of us? I doubt it," I shook my head, a brief image of Lola and I flashed in my head, "she's just a nice person going through a rough time in her life."

"You are an idiot and mother and father want to talk to you."

"About Lola?" I asked concerned.

"No, about a recent incident."

"What incident?"

"They wouldn't tell me, just talk to them."


(In the Alucard household)

"Vladimir," Father looked up from his desk.

"Father," I acknowledged. I stood with one hand folded over the other, a sign of respect

"Vladimir, have you seem the news about the murder recently?"

"No, I don't think I have."

"A young woman, barely in her twenties, when she was found she was completely drained of blood."

"Bite marks?"

"Yes, we're just lucky the medical examiner on the case was a vampire."

"A rouge vampire loose in the city is not a good thing," I commented, guessing where this was headed.

"And the council has asked us to take care of things."

"Where would you like me to start?" I asked, wanting it taken care as soon as possible. Every minute it was loose was a moment it could be killing Lola, I mean some innocent person.

"Check the streets tonight," he went back to whatever he was doing, I started to leave. "And Vladimir?" I turned to face him, "be careful." I nodded and waited until nightfall.


I was walking home from Kacey's when I first thought someone was following me. Okay I know what you're thinking, a young girl walking home in the middle of the night, but I swear I've done this a thousand times and never has something happened to me.

But I still felt an odd wave of paranoia about halfway. I shook my head as I looked behind me again, "It's nothing," I told myself. Then I heard the footsteps. I started running, but I wasn't fast enough.

Someone grabbed me from behind and I felt them bite me. I screamed and started yelling, my vision was starting to blur and I think I heard a distant voice calling my name.

"Lola!" the voice sounded familiar, "I'll take of her you go after him!"

"See you at home," a second voice spoke.

"Hey," the first voice was speaking to me now, "can you hear me?" I tried to move but I felt very tired, my body just wasn't working. "Come on, open your eyes!"

It took more effort than I knew it should but I managed to do so, "Vlad?"

"Thank goodness," he whispered to himself. He continued to speak but I didn't hear what he was saying.

When I woke up the first thing I noticed was a massive headache, the second thing was that I was on a couch. "What an insane dream," I spoke rubbing my head. I opened my eyes and started to panic, this was not my house. I lived in a one story three bedroom house with light brown walls. This place had dark grey walls and a fricken spiral staircase! "What the- Who?"

"Oh you're awake now," a woman with orange hair and brown eyes walked over to where I was and smiled kindly.

"What- how-did- did that that really happen?" I asked trying to control my breathing.

"How are you feeling?" she asked, unfazed by my confusion.

"Like someone hit me in the head with a sledgehammer," I answered and touched my neck, there was a bandage.

"Deep breaths, dear."

"I'm still dreaming. Tell me I'm still dreaming."

"You're awake!" I heard Vlad's voice and looked up to see him nearly running down the stairs.

"Careful Vlad, she's still recovering," the woman, who I am assuming was his mother, told him as he sat on the couch next to me.

"Was-are" I couldn't form the words, I saw Vlad and his mother exchange a look.

"Yes, that man was a vampire," Vlad said calmly not meeting my eyes.

"This isn't happening," I tried to tell myself, holding my head in my hands, "this can not be happening."

"I," he paused, "I'm sorry."

"Are you a-?" I asked unable to say it.

He nodded, "Yes."

I put my head in my hands, "Why did this have to happen to me?" I thought out loud shaking my head.

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