Vampire Fantasies Episode 2 Life Link

Vampire Fantasies Episode 2 Life Link

Status: Finished

Genre: Erotica

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Status: Finished

Genre: Erotica

Summary

When extremely cute amnesiac Kirika shows up at Damon’s back door Morgan attempts to restore her memories, but instead casts a spell that links Mia and Damon’s lives. The team tracks a demon that lurks Sparrow Falls. Mia and Damon discover what Kirika is.

Summary

When extremely cute amnesiac Kirika shows up at Damon’s back door Morgan attempts to restore her memories, but instead casts a spell that links Mia and Damon’s lives. The team tracks a demon that lurks Sparrow Falls. Mia and Damon discover what Kirika is.

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Submitted: July 08, 2014

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“You’ve heard of me?” she said with an eerie voice.

“I did a school paper on your mysterious appearances,” said Mia.

Ms. Snow opened the door.

“Is the boy alright?” she asked.

“He’s fine,” she said. “But who are you?”

“I’m the one who untied him,” said Paine.

Ms. Snow slowly nodded and asked, “Where’s my daughter?”

“She decided to crash on my couch,” said Damon.

“Literally,” said Mia as Paine began to walk away. “Wait I have so many questions.”

Paine stopped, looked back at her, then got in the car. She backed out of the driveway and drove down the street.

“That was strange,” Mia thought.

Meanwhile at Damon’s house Morgan was asleep on the couch. A figure was moving outside the back window. Suddenly there was a loud crash as if a glass or pot had been broken. Morgan slowly got up. Her eyes opened wide when she saw a figure standing at the back door. Morgan sat petrified. There was a soft knock on the door so Morgan slowly approached it. When she opened the door she saw a girl standing there.

She was a little shorter than Morgan. Her short dark brown hair had streaks of mud in it. Her big eyes were a light brown almost red. She was completely naked and wrapped up in a badge blanket with spots of dirt on it. Mia’s phone began to ring.

“Something wrong Morgan?” Mia asked after answering it.

“Could you tell Damon he has a visitor,” Morgan said looking at the girl.

“Really,” said Mia. “Who?”

“I don’t know,” said Morgan. “But she’s about five feet tall and extremely cute.”

“I didn’t know you got down like that,” Mia said laughing.

“I don’t,” Morgan said.

“Ok we’re on the way,” Mia said.

“Do I wanna know?” Damon asked.

“There’s someone else at your house,” said Mia.

“What are you going to do Adam?” Ms. Snow asked.

“Go home I guess,” Adam replied.

“I’ll drop you off,” said Mia.

Later that night Damon and Mia walked through the front door. Morgan and the girl were sitting on the couch.

Mia looked at the girl and said, “You’re right she is extremely cute.”

“You don’t have anything she can wear do you?” Morgan asked.

“Afraid not,” said Damon.

“I have some old clothes of Lori’s that might fit her,” Mia said.

“I’m not even going to ask,” Morgan thought.

Mia left the house. Damon sat in the chair across from her.

“Do you know who you are?” he asked.

The girl moved her hand as if she was writing in the air. Damon looked around. Morgan handed her a piece of paper and a pen. She put her hand on the back of the paper and wrote something down with the other hand. The girl put the pen down then showed him the paper.

“Kirika,” he said.

“Do you remember anything else?” Morgan asked.

Kirika shook her head.

Mia came back inside with a bag in her hand.

“Let’s get you to the shower,” said Damon after grabbing the bag from Mia.

Kirika followed him up the stairs.

“Who is she?” Mia asked.

“All she knows is that her name is Kirika,” said Morgan.

Damon stopped at a door at the top of the stairs.

“It’s through here,” he said handing her the bag.

Kirika opened the door and walked inside. She slowly closed the door behind her before she dropped the bag and turned the shower on. The blanket hit the floor then she stepped inside the shower. She slowly put shampoo in her hair as the water ran down her back. Kirika slid the towel down her arm as she looked down at it. After washing the shampoo out of her hair she turned the shower off.

Damon, Mia, and Morgan heard footsteps from the stairs. Kirika came down the stairs wearing a white top, a short skirt, and long white socks.

“That was Lori’s!?” Morgan asked.

“Yeah,” said Mia. “She’s very umm.”

“Adventurous?” Morgan asked.

“That’s one way of putting it,” said Mia.

“There might be a spell to restore her memories,” said Morgan.

“Is that something you’d want?” Damon asked Kirika.

She nodded.

“I’ll have to get the book in the morning,” said Morgan.

“You can stay in our guest room,” said Mia.

“Alright,” said Morgan.

The next morning Morgan was asleep in a bed underneath a white and blue blanket when she heard a knock on the door.

“You ok in there?” Mia asked from the other side.

“Yes,” Morgan mumbled.

“What?” Mia asked smiling.

Morgan opened the door.

“Is breakfast ready?” she asked.

“Of course,” said Mia.

Sometime later Morgan and Mia were walking out of the front door.

“Don’t you need to get the book from your mom?” Mia asked.

“Yeah,” Morgan replied. “But she should still be asleep right now. Besides I have a key.”

Later that morning Damon heard a knock on the door. When he opened it Morgan was standing on the porch with the spell book in her hand.

“You just can’t stay away from that thing can you?” Damon asked.

Morgan shrugged before entering the house. Mia stopped at the door.

“How is she?” she asked.

“She’s not a morning person,” Damon replied.

Mia followed him to a bed room. Kirika was asleep hugging part of the blanket.

“I wonder what she’s dreaming about,” Mia thought.

Damon slowly closed the door. Mia watched Damon walk into living. She gently smiled, hung her head, and proceeded to the living room.

“Are you sure you could do this?” Mia asked.

“No,” said Morgan. “But what could go wrong?”

“With magic?” asked Damon. “Everything.”

Kirika walked in the room.

“Good you’re up,” said Morgan.

“Ready to get started?” Kirika nodded before she sat on the floor.

Morgan opened the spell book and began to turn the pages. She stopped turning when she saw a spell called Life Link. Out of pure curiosity she began to read it to herself. Two green bolts of energy shot from the book bouncing around the room. Mia jumped back while Damon moved to the side dodging one. Kirika sat there watching them. One bolt ricocheted from the book case and him Mia. Damon speed toward her but was hit by the second bolt. A gentle green aura surrounded them both before slowly faded.

“Morgan,” said Damon.

“What did you just read?”

“Life Link,” she said nervously.

“Do you mind explaining a little more?” Mia asked.

“I wish I could,” said Morgan.

“I think we need another witch’s opinion,” said Damon.

Morgan sighed and said, “I’m ready for my earful.”

Mia and Morgan walked up to Morgan’s house. Kirika and Damon were standing behind them. Morgan slowly opened the door and saw her mother standing in the living room with her arms crossed.

“I get points for good intentions right?” Morgan asked smiling.

Mrs. Snow slowly shook her head.

“Damn,” Morgan thought.

After Mia told Mrs. Snow what happened they all sat around the kitchen table.

“It’s called a life link,” said Mrs. Snow. “What happens to one happens to the other. It’s self-explanatory really. That is unless one of you is of the supernatural.”

Morgan looked down and Mia looked up while Damon looked around. “Which one of you is supernatural?”

Damon slowly raised his hand and said, “Vampire.”

“So you’re one of the thirteen?” asked Mrs. Snow.

“I am,” he replied.

“If you get hurt she will heal,” Mrs. Snow told him. “However if she gets hurt you won’t heal considering that it isn’t your injury. She must be kept safe. I mean she is still a part of this mess. So if not for her sake please protect her for your own.”

“Can it be undone?” asked Morgan.

“It can but only with a potion and the ingredients are hard to come by,” said Mrs. Snow. “It’s a sever potion.”

Morgan turned the pages of the book.

“Found it,” she said.

Mia looked at the page.

“I’ve never heard of most of that stuff,” she said.

“Gathering all this might take some time,” said Damon.

“What were you trying to do anyway?” Mrs. Snow asked.

“Memory restoration spell,” Morgan said.

“It should work as long as she’s human,” said Mrs. Snow.

Morgan turned the page a few times before she began to read to herself. A wave of white energy hit Kirika.

As it faded Morgan asked, “Do you remember anything?”

Kirika shook her head.

“Could she be a vampire too?” Mia asked.

“I doubt it,” said Damon.

“What else could she be?” Mia asked.

“When you’ve been around as long as I have you see a number of things,” Damon replied. “I say we see where we can find this stuff then let’s figure out what you are.”

Kirika nodded. Back at Damon’s house Mia was pulling books off of the book shelf.

“Herbs, spices, and flowers,” she said stacking one book on top of another.

She set the books on the table next to the spell book. Morgan grabbed the book of spices while Damon picked up the book of herbs. Mia opened the book of flowers and began to turn the pages. Soon the sun was setting and Mia was sitting alone in the living room.

“Any luck?” said a voice. Mia turned around and saw Damon standing by the stairs. He was wearing black slacks and his black dress shirt was left open. “Any luck?” Mia shook her head. Damon walked up to the table.

“Well maybe,” he said slowly closing the book, “We should take a little break.”

Mia starred into Damon eyes as he leaned in to kiss her. He ran his fingers through her hair when their lips collided. Mia took Damon’s shirt off. Soon the two were on the floor with Damon gently kissing her neck. Mia sat up enough to take her top off and undo her pants. With his hands on her waist he ran his tongue down her stomach.

“Mia,” he whispered. “Mia.”

Mia woke up and saw Kirika looking at her from the other side of the table.

“When did I fall asleep?” Mia asked.

Kirika just smiled.

“Good you’re up,” said Damon from behind her.

“You didn’t wake me up?” Mia asked.

“I don’t know what you were dreaming about but you were smiling,” he said, “Besides it’s not like you were drooling in the book.”

“Right,” Mia said looking away.

“We know she isn’t human,” Morgan said looking at Kirika. Kirika looked down. “How many things have a humanoid form?”

“Besides vampires and werewolves I can’t think of anything right off hand,” said Damon.

Suddenly there was a knock on the door. Damon cracked the door open. Lori was standing in front of him.

“Hello,” she said. “Holding Mia hostage I see.”

Damon looked puzzled. Mia came to the door.

“Friend of yours?” Damon asked.

“Yeah Damon this is my best friend Lori,” she said.

Damon stepped aside and let her in.

“A word,” said Lori. She followed Mia to the bathroom. Lori closed the door behind her. “You’ve been acting strange all weekend.”

“Have I?” Mia asked.

“I talked to Adam and you haven’t been around him since yesterday,” she said. “I just wanted to make sure you weren’t too wrapped up to remember us.”

“Of course not,” Mia replied. “It’s hard to explain.”

“I’m all ears,” said Lori.

“It’s too early to tell,” said Mia.

“Keep me posted?” Lori asked.

“I will,” said Mia.

That night Mia and Lori were walking down the road.

“So,” said Lori.

“What?” Mia asked.

“Details little miss heart throb,” said Lori.

“There’s nothing to tell,” Mia said moving her hair out of her face. “I mean we talk but I don’t think he knows.”

“That’s good you don’t wanna scare him away,” said Lori.

“You’re right,” said Mia.

Mia saw a long blue tail vanish behind a building in front of her. She stopped and grabbed Lori’s arm.

“What are you doing?” Lori asked.

Mia slowly let her go and said, “I think we should go the other way.”

“What is it with you?” Lori asked.

Mia turned around and saw a demon growl at them. She stood petrified while Lori screamed. A fireball hit the demon in the back then Damon tackled it from the side. The demon kicked Damon into a car parked a few yards away. When Damon looked up the demon was gone.

Lori looked at Mia and asked, “Exactly how hard to explain is it?”

Damon sighed and said, “You know we’re gonna have to fill her in right?”

Sometime later back at Damon’s house Lori was looking at Mia.

“And you weren’t freaked out by all this?” she asked.

“Kind of,” Mia said, “I still don’t know what to make of it all.”

“So about this demon,” said Lori, “How do we kill it?”

Morgan was flipping through the pages of her spell book.

“It’s an echo demon,” she said.

“How do I get rid of it?” Damon asked.

“You can’t,” said Morgan. “I have to.”

“There’s a spell for it?” Mia asked.

“Yes but it has to be said out loud in its presence,” said Morgan.

“That’s all?” asked Lori.

“Not as easy as it sounds,” said Damon.

“Well what are we waiting for?” Lori asked. “We have a demon to hunt.”

“She sure is enthusiastic about all this,” Mia thought.

As they all walked outside Kirika followed them out.

“You wanna go too?” Morgan asked.

Kirika nodded.

Meanwhile near the park the demon had its claws in a tree scratching away at the bark.

 “Ok so what’s the plan?” Lori asked.

“I’m not strong enough to hold it down we have to lure it somewhere else,” said Damon.

“Let me give it a go,” Lori said getting up and waving her hands. “Hey blue skin!”

When the demon looked at her she ran into the park. Once it began to run after her it was incased in a cage of orange energy. Lori stopped running and turned around. Morgan began to speak strange words.

“Amesta cohesto,” she said as the cage faded. “Ok one spell at a time Morgan.”

The demon ran towards her. Damon pushed her out the way so it scratched him instead. A large cut appeared on Mia’s shoulder. The demon growled at Morgan before running off into the night. Kirika watched the wound on Mia’s shoulder slowly heal.

“Are you ok?” Damon asked Morgan.

“Yeah,” she said getting up. “I had him.”

She picked up the spell book and ran over to Mia.

“I felt that,” said Mia.

“Life link,” said Damon.

Lori kneeled down next to Mia then looked up at Damon.

“We’ll need to find a way to conceal it,” said Mia.

“The bar,” said Damon.

“Where Drew kept Adam?” Morgan asked.

“There has to be something there we can use,” said Damon.

Lori put her hand on Mia’s leg and asked, “Are you ok to drive?”

Mia nodded. Soon they were standing in front of the bar. 

Morgan moved a loose board and crawled inside. She opened the door to let the others in.

“I don’t appreciate you crashing my hangout spot you know,” said Drew from the bar.

 “Pouring yourself some drinks?” Damon asked.

“Hey B Y O L,” he replied. Drew stood up and turned around. “I’ve been meaning to ask. Why don’t you wear your amulet? I mean yours is black making it more unisex while mine is blue making it more feminine. Well at least I think so.”

“Why sport the thing that incased us?” Damon asked.

“Good point but they would still need a witch powerful enough to put us back,” said Drew. “Why are you here again?”

“There’s a demon on the prowl,” said Mia.

“He’s not bothering me,” Drew said pouring another drink.

Damon and Drew quickly looked up.

“Is he on the roof?” Damon asked.

Drew took a shot then pointed his glass at Damon and said, “For your sake you better hope not.”

“We know how to get rid of it,” said Damon.

“Oh joy,” said Drew. “Why is it that when I’m not wreaking havoc someone’s ruining my evening?”

Morgan shrugged her shoulders and asked, “Karma?”

“Very funny,” said Drew.

There was a crash in the back of the bar. When Drew turned around the demon was standing by the open door. Damon started looking around for a way to contain it. Drew sped toward it and pinned it against the bar. The demon grabbed his shirt tossing him over a pool table. Damon broke a wooden bar stool over the demon’s back.

Morgan held her hand out so Mia grabbed her arm and said, “No you might ignite something.”

The demon slid Damon across the bar knocking Drew’s bottle over. Drew got up in time to see it shatter on the floor.

“That does it,” said Drew.

He picked up a pool stick and swung it. The demon caught the stick then broke it in half. Drew looked at the stick then back at the demon. Damon pushed Drew into it sticking the pool stick into its stomach. The demon grunted as it took the stick out of its stomach. It threw the stick at them before running out the door.

Drew was about to go after it when Damon stopped him and said, “Let it go.”

“No!” Drew said snatching away. “That thing needs to be put out of its misery.”

“Then we’re gonna need a plan,” Damon said smiling.

Sometime later on the edge of town Mia was standing in front of a factory.

“Are you sure this is going to work?” Mia asked.

“If we can get it inside,” said Drew.

“Not a problem,” said Lori.

“Here it comes,” said Damon and Drew.

Everyone hid on the side of the building. When the demon appeared Lori was about to come out of hiding but Kirika grabbed her arm and walked out instead. The demon saw Kirika standing in front of the factory.

“What’s she doing?” asked Morgan.

After she walked inside it followed her.

“She’s luring it,” said Mia.

“Positions everyone,” said Damon.

Kirika was standing by a wielding machine before walking behind it. The demon walked behind the machine but she was gone. Kirika went in a large doorway with white swinging doors. The demon watched her go inside the swinging doors. When it entered the next area she was standing in the center of the room. As the demon approached her Damon sped pass it, tripping it with a pole. Drew slammed a machine on it then held it there.

“Morgan!” Damon called.

Morgan ran to the center of the room next to Kirika.

“Amesta cohesto destano chidana meshi!” Morgan called.

The demon glowed turning into orange and yellow dust that soon blew away.

“What is she?” Morgan thought looking at Kirika.

Kirika looked back at Morgan then walked away. Drew began to walk out room.

“Thank you,” said Mia.

Drew scoffed and shook his head as he continued to walk.

“What exacty do we know about Kirika so far?” Morgan asked. “Other than she was covered in dirt and has no memory.”

“We should get back to the house,” said Damon.

When they arrived at Damon’s house Kirika walked upstairs. Everyone else gathered in the living room.

“Do you know of anything that could lure creatures like that?” Mia asked.

“Nothing rings a bell,” said Damon.

“There’s nothing in the spell book about it either,” said Morgan. “I mean there’s a luring spell I might want to use but.”

“Now you’re talking,” said Lori.

“Ok you two,” said Damon.

Lori giggled.

“We have to know more about her,” said Mia. “That may not be her true form.”

“It’s possible with her amnesia,” said Damon.

“What would get it to show?” Morgan asked.

“Leave it to me,” Lori said heading towards the stairs.

“What is she going to do?”

“With Lori you never know,” Mia replied.

Kirika was sitting on Damon’s bed when Lori walked in the room. She slowly approached Kirika putting her hands on the bed. Her hips between Kirika’s legs. Kirika looked into Lori’s eyes as Lori put her hands on her lower back. Kirika closed her eyes. Lori gave her a soft kiss on the corner of her mouth. Kirika put her hand on the bend of Lori’s arm so Lori kissed her lips. Kirika wrapped her legs around Lori as she massaged her tongue with her own. Lori climbed on top of Kirika when she laid back. Kirika’s hands on Lori’s back. Kirika stopped, put her hands on Lori’s shoulders, then shook her head. Lori got off of her.

“Let me know if you ever wanna have some real fun,” she said winking at her.

Kirika looked down and smiled.

Lori walked down the stairs and said, “That rules out vampire and succubus.”

“How so?” Mia asked.

“Well,” said Lori. “She didn’t grow fangs. She also didn’t sprout wings or a tail.”

“If she was a succubus you’d be dead,” Damon said. “But I can sense those.”

“Anything similar?” Morgan asked.

“Mermaids,” said Damon.

“Mermaid’s are real?” Mia asked.

“Were real,” said Damon. “They died out in the nineteen twenties. If not they’re scarce and can’t take human form.”

“You’ve been around for a while haven’t you?” Lori asked.

“Lori!” said Mia.

“Not as long as you may think,” said Damon.

“I know this is off subject but what’s the deal with you and Drew?” Morgan asked. “It just seems like.”

“We were close at one point?” Damon asked.

“We were those kind of friends that could insult each other all day but always had each other’s back. And in nineteen thirties San Francisco we got in and out of a lot of trouble. Things went sour when I traveled to Italy in nineteen thirty eight. Drew chose to stay behind. I didn’t see him again until he showed up in the woods two nights ago.”

“I see,” said Mia. “Do you think Paine might know?”

“I wouldn’t put it pass her,” said Damon. “If the legend is true she’s been around quite a bit. Finding her however is another story.”

“I’ll look for any supernatural beings similar to a mermaid or succubus,” said Mia.

“Good idea,” said Morgan.

Moments later Mia was looking at her phone.

“I got undine, huldra, harpy, mermaid, and siren,” she said.

“Undines don’t exist,” said Damon. “But huldras do. They’re a type of nymph that lures demons and other supernatural creatures. They’re usually found with hunters.”

“Could she be one?” Morgan asked.

Damon shook his head.

“Huldras have either pointy ears or a tail.” he said.

“Her ears aren’t pointy,” said Lori.

“Harpies are feathered creatures that aren’t seen outside of England,” said Damon. “And we’ve talked about mermaids. Wait what was that last one?”

“Siren?” Mia asked.

Damon grabbed a book off the book shelf and opened it up.

“Read here,” he said pointing at the page.

Mia grabbed the book and began to read.

“Sirens not to be mistaken for nymphs or mermaids are mythical creatures capable of luring both humans and most supernatural entities to a desired location,” she said. “Often more sexual than dangerous these beautiful creatures are created one of three ways. When a siren dies the seed left behind manifests in the environment it is dropped in. Fire sirens are made from flames or magma able to withstand extreme heat these sirens burn they’re victims from the inside out. A more common type is the water siren able to stay submerged in water for long periods of time fills their victim’s lungs with water drowning them. The most common however is the earth siren, able to blend into the woods or forest they make it appear that they’re victims have been buried alive. Sirens are made with only knowledge of their name.”

“So even if the memory restoration spell had worked,” said Morgan.

“There would be nothing to remember,” said Damon.

“So do all sirens kill?” Lori asked.

“They have to in order to survive,” said Damon.

“About how long can she survive if she doesn’t,” Lori asked.

“If she’s anything like a succubus two weeks tops,” said Damon.

The back door slammed.

“She must’ve heard that,” said Morgan.

Damon ran out the back door then stopped. Kirika was behind a tree crying.

“Earth siren?” Mia asked.

“Well she was covered in mud,” said Morgan.

“Kirika!” Damon called. Kirika began to run through the forest. “We have to find her.”

“But how?” asked Mia.

“Her ability to blend into the forest would mask her from a locator spell wouldn’t it?” Morgan asked.

Damon slowly nodded.

“But she couldn’t have gone far,” he said.

“I’ll check the dirt road,” said Mia.

“Good idea,” Damon said before he sped into the forest.

Mia began to walk around the house.

“I’ll stay here in case she comes back,” said Morgan.

Mia and Lori got in the car.

“I just hope she doesn’t hurt anyone,” said Lori.

“Or herself,” Mia said starting the car.

Meanwhile Kirika was walking down a dirt road with tears in her eyes. She stopped in front of a sign that said “Now Leaving Sparrow Falls”. Kirika turned around and walked back towards town. Damon was still in the woods searching for Kirika.

“Where did she go?” Damon thought.

He sped back towards the house.

After he walked inside he asked, “Did Mia have any luck?”

“I’ll call her,” said Morgan.

Mia’s phone began to ring. Lori answered the phone.

“We have a problem,” she said.

“What do you mean?” Morgan asked.

Mia grabbed the phone and said, “I think we hit something.” The car was on the side of road with a flat tire. “We’re on the dirt road behind the elementary school.”

“We’re on the way,” said Morgan.

“What’s the problem?” Damon asked.

“Mia’s on a flat,” Morgan replied.

Once they were outside Damon picked Morgan up.

“Hang on,” he said speeding through the forest.

Mia had the trunk open when Damon and Morgan arrived. Damon put Morgan down then lifted the tire out of the trunk. Mia picked up the jack that was under the tire and set it under the front of the car. As she was jacking up the car she was staring at Damon. Lori put her hand on Mia’s shoulder.

“I think that’s high enough,” she said.

Mia stopped and smiled nervously. Damon took off the tire then set it to the side. Mia put the new tire on then Damon put the bolted it up. Lori slowly let the jack down and with the help of Morgan put it back in the trunk. After Mia closed the trunk the four of them got into the car and continued down the road. Kirika saw the head lights coming her way so she blended with the trees. Once they passed her she stepped out of the forest. She watched the car drive down the road.

“She might have left town,” said Lori.

“The next town is a ways walk from here,” said Mia.

“If I didn’t know any better I’d say that she was still in the forest blending,” said Damon.

Mia turned the car around at the sign and started driving in the other direction. She was halfway to town when her phone rang. Mia pulled over before she answered.

“Hello,” she said.

“Where are you?” said a voice. “It’s almost midnight and a school night.”

“I know mom I got sidetracked,” Mia replied. “I’m sorry.”

“I think you should get here,” said Mrs. De’Sola.

“On my way,” said Mia.

Kirika was walking down the road when the car stopped behind her. Mia stepped out.

“Kirika,” she said. “You don’t have to do this alone.” Kirika stopped then turned toward her. “We’re here to help you.” Kirika took a step back as she looked down. “If there’s a way around it we’ll find it. I can tell that you don’t want to kill.”

Kirika looked at Mia with tears in her eyes. Lori stepped out of the car.

“Please come with us,” she said.

Kirika ran to Lori and gave her a hug. She gripped Lori’s sleeves as she began to cry. Lori put her arms around Kirika.

“It’s alright,” she said. “It’ll be alright.”

Later that night Mia walked in her front door.

“Where were you?” asked Mrs. De’Sola.

“Out with Lori,” said Mia.

“You’ve also been spending a lot of time at Damon’s house,” said Mrs. Desola.

“Yeah he’s really cool,” Mia replied.

“I’m just worried,” said Mrs. De’Sola.

“What about?” asked Mia.

“Lately you’ve been coming home late,” Mrs. De’Sola said stepping toward Mia. “You rush out the door. I mean you’re acting more like a teenager in one weekend than you did in all four years of high school. Is there something you wanna tell me?”

“Nothing in particular,” said Mia. “Last week of school and the prom is on Friday which happens to be Lori’s birthday.”

“So you’re not going?” asked Mrs. Desola.

“According to Lori she can have all the cliques of prom at her own house and play what she wants,” said Mia. “I’m gonna hit the hay.”

Mia gave her a kiss on the cheek.

“I should’ve known getting a straight answer was too much to ask,” Mrs. De’Sola thought.

Meanwhile at Morgan’s house Ms. Snow knocked on Morgan’s door and said, “If you’re going to keep taking the book at least let me show you how to use it.”

Morgan opened the door.

“When can we start?” she asked.

“Tomorrow after school,” said Ms. Snow.

Morgan took the spell book off of her bed and handed to her mother. Ms. Snow walked to her room. When she sat the book on her bed the phone rang. She looked at the phone with a puzzled look on her face.

“Hello?” she asked after picking it up.

“Hey Diane I know it’s late but you didn’t see Mia earlier today have you? She just got in and she’s been acting strange since the bon fire,” said Mrs. De’Sola.

“Jessica De’Sola,” said Diane.

“I saw her earlier she was hanging out with Morgan. Let’s just say the two of them found some common ground. Although she can be a bad influence sometimes Morgan means well.”

“I don’t think that’s it,” said Jessica. “But I really don’t know what to make of it.”

“I’ll see if I can get anything out of Morgan,” Diane said sitting on her bed. “But let me get back to you.”

“Ok goodnight,” said Jessica.

“You too,” Diane said before hanging up the phone.

“If this keeps up the whole town is gonna know,” she thought. 


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