The Vampire That Wasn't: Awakening


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When Rose sees her girlfriend kiss her best friend John at the Home Coming Dance, of course she gets upset. instead of seeking comfort in the arms of her best friend and ex-girlfriend Amie, she runs out of the school. Looking for a quiet place to cry she runs around the side of the building. Her vision blurred from the tears and running into the darkness she never saw it\her coming...Wam, the next thing she knew she was on her back looking up. It felt like she ran into a brickwall, her head hurt, her lungs burnt from having the air knocked out of them, and her vision blurred. Still disoriented, trying to catch her breath, she was surprised by the soft delicate voice that asked. "Hey, are you ok?" Rose's vision began to clear as she inhaled deeply, focusing on the dark mysterious figure that was kneeling beside her. It was a girl, a very beautiful girl, in a very scary kind of way. She had very long straight jet black hair and ice blue eyes that nearly glowed in the darkness. The dark makeup around them brought them out even more. In contrast the dark makeup made her pale complexation appear even paler. "Hello Rose, I'm Sophia Collins, can I help you up?" Before Rose could even ask how she knew her name, she found herself lost in the icy blue eyes before her. Suddenly aware, she felt herself being lifted to her feet. Now that they have met...will Rose's life ever be the same? Let's find out together, please enjoy. R

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