These next three chapters is basically all talk but its all a plan to....well you'll figure that out. Oh and also, I don't know if its necessary to tell you guys this because i know you guys aren't stupid. But the reason that in a scene, certain sentences cut off in a different direction is because of the vampire speed. Yeah it makes no sense but you'll see.
Chapter 12: Thats not my Christian
I watched as the girl tried to crawl away and Christian stepped on top of her back. “No. No. I’m not done with you.” He said in a low voice.
“Christian,” I whisper.
His eyes meet mine. They’re not their normal green. They’re a dark red color.
“What the hell are you doing?”
“Whatever the hell I want.” He responded.
I shook my head. “No.”
“No what? Its all done. I do not love you anymore.” He said.
I look away from him. “I don’t believe you.”
“You don’t have to.” He said.
I stared at him in disbelief.
He glanced back down to the beam of sunlight seeping in through the doors.
It was now separating us.
“I don’t understand. You told me you didn’t care about her anymore.”
“I lied.” He said simply.
“No, you didn’t.”
He glared at me. “Do you know what’d I do to you if I could get over to you?” He asked.
He was threatening me.
“Is that a threat?”
“A threat that I’d be more than happy to honor.”
“I came here to save you from her, Christian.”
“You need to just turn back around and go home, Leena. Not my house but your home. As a matter of fact, give me back the key I gave you.” He said.
Was he serious?
I think I just felt my heart drop.
“I’m dead serious. I want nothing to do with you, fuck you, and goodbye.” He said. I stared at him hoping to find some kind of joke to this.
He hasn’t smiled nor had his glare let up.
I dug the keys out of my pocket and took his house key off and threw at him, it landed directly in the line of sunlight.
He looked down at the key and then glared at me.
“You could have caught it.”
“Not if the sunlight is in the way, dumbass.”
I glared at him and shrugged. Really, Christian? Everything you had for me is gone? “Oh well.” I said.
He looked to Alison. “Can you give me and her a second alone, please?”
She nodded once and shot me a nasty glare before grabbing the girl who was now screaming, and bringing her back downstairs leaving trails of blood behind.
“What happened to you?”
“What do you mean?”
“Christian, less than three days ago we were making love. And now you’re in love with your ex who you said you hated.”
“I don’t know what you want from me.”
“I don’t owe you anything.”
“Yeah, actually you do. Can you explain to me what happened to you? Why you changed so suddenly?”
“If you want the truth, its none of your goddamn business. I didn’t change. I’ve always been this way.”
I shook my head. “You were sweet, Christian.”
He scoffed. “Sweet. You say that like its a good thing.”
“It was. That’s what I fell in love with and now you’re just throwing it away.”
“Grow some fucking balls.” He said in irritation.
“Are you serious?”
“Leena, how many times do I have to tell you? I’m serious about all of this. All of it.”
“Somehow, I still don’t believe you.”
He kept glaring at me and looked down at the key that was still in the beam of sunlight.
“Do something for me.”
“Leena,” He snapped.
I sighed. “What?”
“Give the key to me.”
I looked down at it and then to him. “You want it?”
“Then I can get the hell out of your life, forever?” I asked.
He nodded and smirked. “You’re right on the fucking line.”
I walked up to it. “Hmm.” I picked it up. I then walked away from him, opened the doors of Bloodlust and thrown it out into the sunlight then looked back at him. I’ve never seen such an evil look on anybody. Not even on the man that killed my parents.
For a second, I regretted my actions but he fucked me over.
“Leena, when its sundown, you better hope to fucking god, you’re not home.” He growled.
“What will happen, Christian?” I asked.
“You’ll wish you were dead.”
“Will I? We’ll see about that.” I walked out of the door of Bloodlust.
I heard Christian shout my name but I ignored him and grabbed the key off of the ground and held in my palm as I got back into my car.
He’s made his choice.
He let me go and now I have to let him go. At least that’s what a rational person would do. But for some reason, I can’t.
Even after all the mean things he’s said, he’s never told me he’s hated me.
But that didn’t mean that maybe he didn’t.
But seriously, he had the nerve to threaten me?
I rolled my window down and threw the key out farther somewhere else and then rolled it back up.
I roll into the driveway of my house and park the car.
Nick comes from out of the front door and stare at me. “I guess you can have my car. You seem to like driving it everywhere.”
“My car is ruined. I told you what happened.”
“So what, I’m supposed to take the bus because my sister likes to drive my car? Buy your own.”
“Buy me one.”
“You’re kidding me.”
I shook my head.
He shook his head. “Maybe for Christmas.”
I smile slightly at him.
“So are you done invading Christian’s house?”
I nodded. “I’m done.” I walked to the door and Nick followed me inside.
“So Kindle is coming here tomorrow night.”
Nick groaned. “Why?”
“I thought you were excited for her.”
“I’m going to spend the night with Serena tonight.”
“I am sick of having to deal with you being a player.”
Nick sighed. “Its not all fun and games. It’s hard.” He smiled.
I nodded. “I bet and you can tell me all about it once I get out of the shower.”
I walked up the stairs, pulled my clothes off and get right into the warm water and rinse myself.
Rid of the anger
I felt it all.
He tells me to leave him alone but I can’t.
I’m glad Nick is leaving tonight. I didn’t want him apart of this if Christian is going to come and attack me. I got myself into this and I have to get myself out of it.
And Remy needs to stay out of it also.
I let the water heat my body up and then I hop out of the shower and get dressed.
I walk back downstairs.
Nick glances at me before putting a piece of toast in his mouth. “You look tired. Did you sleep?”
“No.” I answered.
“No. Coffee. Now. I’ll be fine.”
Nick sighed. “You’re about to become stressed. And you shouldn’t become stressed because of this fuckwad.”
“That’s what I said.” He said sternly.
I bit my lip and sat on the couch. “I love him, Nick. I can’t just give up on him. What kind of person would that make me?”
“A rational person.” He answered.
I yawned and shook my head. “An unloyal bitch.” I answered.
“Not to sound like a dick or anything, but how do you know he wants to helped?”
“Because he told me he doesn’t like being that way. He hates being a vampire. Me and him may be done but I still want to help.”
“I know what your problem is, Leena.” Nick said.
I looked over at him. “What?”
“You have too big of a heart.” He answered.
“I get it from mom.” I said shrugging.
“I know.” Nick said. He came over to me. “Get some sleep.” He leaned down and kissed my forehead. “ I probably won’t be here by the time you wake up.”
I nodded. “That’s okay. Have fun.”
He smiles and disappears just as I close my eyes to sleep.
My dream was completely blank and black. It felt empty. I felt empty.
The emptiness became something other than that. Pain, sorrow.
Something cold touched me and I gasped as I sat up.
Everything was dark.
Outside and the inside of my house.
“Nick?” I asked.
No answer. I got up and looked out of the window and saw his car wasn’t in the driveway.
I sigh and rub my eyes.
I turn around and a figure is standing a few feet from me.
I jump and glue myself against the wall.
The figure walks closer and I know automatically who it was, not just because of the cologne I always smell on him but also because of how I felt at the moment.
“Christian?” I asked.
I heard a small chuckle and the figure was suddenly gone.
“Christian.” I said more firmly.
The light clicks on and Christian is suddenly in front of me.
He has a small smirk on his face as his dilated pupils stare into my eyes.
“Hi.” He says softly.
I know its not “my” Christian. He has on that wicked yet sexy smirk on his face.
“What do you want?” I asked.
“What was all that shit you were talking earlier?” He asked.
I shook my head. “I wasn’t.”
“Where’s my key?”
“I threw it.”
“Threw it? Threw it where?”
“Well as long as you don’t have it, that’s okay.” He walks away from me and caress his fingers over the back of the couch.
“What happened to you? I was in love with you.”
“Why?” He asked capturing my eyes.
“You are fascinating and sweet and you protect the things and people you care about.”
He raises his eyebrow. “Sweet. A vampire is not supposed to be…sweet.”
“Well you were. But now you’re just…I don’t know what you are.”
“I’m immortal. A lost soul. A vampire and being with you made me less so.”
“You hate being a vampire. That’s what you told me.”
“I know what I told you. I can’t do anything about being what I am. I like it though,” He sits on the back of the couch and stares at me. “I love being a vampire, Leena.”
“It makes you happy? Wreaking havoc?” I asked in a dead tone as I felt my tears build up.
“You haven’t seen anything yet.” He smiles lightly and gets off the couch and slowly started walking towards me.
“What does that mean?”
He stops in front of me and stares down at me. He lifts his hand and rubs my cheek softly making the tingles come to my body.
But it doesn’t matter how he makes me feel, sexually. He’s not himself.
“Friday, me and Alison and James too are going on a Blood fest.” He whispered.
“A bloody rampage, sweetheart.”
“It’s obvious why. Plus, it’s our last event before we leave.”
“Where are you going?” I asked.
He smiled softly. “South America.” He answered.
“Why?” I asked.
“We’re not together, it doesn’t matter why, although, a goodbye present will be…much appreciated.” He whispered.
I shook my head. “No.” I moved to get away from him but he pulled me back against the wall and stared at me.
He pushes himself hard against me so I could feel the arousal against his pants.
“Why are you doing this?”
“To show you how much I do not give a fuck.” He answered.
“I get it. I know you don’t. You don’t have to do this.”
“Yes I do.” He whispered. He lifted my dress to pull it up and grinded himself against me.
I slapped him hard, although it didn’t have an impact on him.
“Why would you do that?”
“You know why. Get out.”
“Don’t hit me, Leena.”
“Don’t?” I slapped him again and stood back waiting for his reaction.
He sighed and grabbed me and I now was on my back on the couch.
His fangs extended and my eyes grew wide. “Christian.”
“What?” His tongue swiped over his fangs and he stared down at me.
“You’re better than this.” I sniffed and wiped my eyes. “I know you are.” I whispered.
He shook his head. “No, I’m not.”
I didn’t see it, I felt it as his teeth clamped down on my neck.
I couldn’t scream. I just felt the excruciating pain run through my body.
He’s still grinding against me and I hate that its bringing tingles through my body still.
There’s a violent sound invading my ear and Christian is suddenly off of me and looking down at Remy as his foot is stepping on his chest. “Hello, old friend.” Christian smirks down at him.
Remy pushes Christian and throws him hard against the wall, putting two long cracks though the white walls.
Christian growls at Remy and throws him back onto the floor.
I get up, unaware of what I should do.
Remy grabs Christian by his neck and Christian does the same to him.
“Stop it!” I yell.
Christian lifts Remy up and throws him across the room and slam him onto the floor making a loud bang.
Fuck. Fuck. What do I do?
I run into the kitchen, force the cabinet open and get Nick’s pistol out and run back in the living room. “Stop it!” I yell again but neither listen.
I cock the gun and point towards them and pull the trigger.
It hits Christian in his shoulder and he turns to glare at me.
Remy was on the floor glaring up at Christian.
“Out.” I said to him.
Christian walked up to me. He grabs the gun from my trembling hands and take it from me. He bends it miraculously and drops it at my feet.
Then in a blurring speed, he disappears from right in front of me.
Out of nowhere.
I look down to Remy who is now on his feet staring at me.
It’s only going to get worst from here.
And I’m sure me and Remy were thinking the same thing.