Nina pushed her Ray Bans higher on her nose as the bright sunlight had her groaning in distaste. The rest of the rookie Hunters stood not far away in the clearing in the middle of what looked like a forest but was just a large park in the middle of town, the last piece of nature in a dense metropolitan area. She never came here by choice. Who needed bugs and dirt and pollen in their life by choice?
She smirked as some sarcastic remarks stung on the tip of her tongue, aching to get out as she glanced at the other three teens dressed like they were the fricken triplets in totally weather inappropriate sports gear. Sasha wore short Nike jogging shorts and a long sleeved crop top in matching neon colours, while the guys wore tanks and basket ball shorts. The three were all long, lean limbs and bronze skin. Who the hell tans in the fall?
The PAST Jake sat under the big oak tree enjoying the peace and quiet of nature. The same nature that maintained his kind was an abomination. He had escaped from hell. They had taken their revenge on him. He had to kill before he escaped. Although he wished he had finished them off. They had made him too weak. 'One day!' he thought. 'One day' He hoped to find his siblings soon enough. He liked to think of himself as a simple person living in a complicated world. His greatest pleasure? Being in charge and taking control. His indulgences and daily routine? Being a full blooded vampire, not fighting against his nature rather embracing it to his very essence. Drink blood -kill - sleep - repeat. He loved his darkness. It had become one with him. He loved his family of course in his own twisted way. He had never und
Nina, Sasha, Matt and Nate had been meeting with Josh either before or after classes to train. The techniques and exercised varied, but in the end they all agreed, there was no way they'd be ready in the immediate future for any sort of combat against a supernatural. Even professional hunters couldn't get a trace on Emily's location, if they couldn't find the vampire, what use were killer skills anyway."Not even weekends are sacred anymore." Nina said. "Remind me why I'm doing this?""Have you forgotten about Ems already, Mr Kent and my dad?"Nina pursed her lips, and tried not to squirm in discomfort under Matt's intense glare. He didn't take her jokes as well as he used to.Since it became clear his father was really missing along with Mr Kent, Matt had begun training like a man possessed. He spent hours at the gym doing resistance training, swam laps, and logged dozens of hours a week on the shooting range. He was alr
Emily stood by the window, reminiscing about the crazy week she had. If not for the presence of Josh and sometimes Jen, she would have sworn she was a hostage. The only privilege Jake had granted her was speaking to her mum once in a while. The last time they spoke, her mum informed her they had declared her dad, along side with sheriff Daniel missing. She also told her about the emergence of the new hunters. Picturing her best friend Nina kicking ass, brought a big smile to her face. Matt she could see enjoy it, but Sasha was unpredictable. Nate, on the other hand probably was just there to mark attendance. Being away from him for this long, made her realise she never really loved him. She could not deny that she missed at least their friendship. Her mind drifted to Josh. The irony of him being a vampire hunter and even training others was not lost to her. Thinking about it alone made her giggle. She ha
Jake laid on his bed brooding and restless. He was trying and failing to find a way to keep kyle and his pissed off vampire comrades from Emily. He went out daily roaming around the woods in hopes that he would be inspired. However, all his efforts had so far been fruitless.His mind travelled towards the direction of Emily. In all her innocence, she had actually gotten one thing right. He could only admit to himself that he had in fact been avoiding her. Asides the obvious facts that he was very busy with the Kyle thing, he also wasn't the kind of creature that cared about bonds. He was also not shy to admit that she had gotten hurt every time they had a confrontation.He needed her. He knew it deep within his soul and that alone rattled him. He who had fought every kind of creature of the dark needed a girl or watch the world burn. He was still yet to fathom how someone so clueless could have so much power within her. Her power was seductive. It was almost a struggle everyday not t
He walked out of his room and bumped into someone. It was almost as if every fiber of his being became aware. He knew there was only one clumsy person who he seemed to have made a habit of bumping into lately. She smelled like sweet dreams and he couldn't stop himself from looking up into her face.She quickly moved away when his eyes met hers. He wanted to tell her not to be afraid but the look in her eyes wasn't fear. She was being very sneaky.He didn't know what pushed him to look down and he almost lost control. He had never seen her on such revealing clothes before. She was putting on a sleeveless mini gown that barely coverd her thighs. Her legs looked like it went on forever. He didn't like his mind wondering what it'll be like wrapped around him. Her hair wasn't tied up as usual, but left loose falling everywhere with it's amazing length. He didn't know how he never took note of how shiny and alluring her hair was. Maybe it wasn't always like that, he thought hopelessly."St
Diima wasn't happy either and that was dangerous for all that occupied the large lounge. The rustic but elegant decor of the room, with raw wooden beams showing in the ceilings, complemented the neutral cool colours, of plush, thick fabrics and furs which the room warmth despite the Spartan architecture."Diima, he's growing bold, the hybrid." Hayato said.Hayato's deep voice was quiet, but he was obviously displeased. His clenched fist, surrounded by his other hand, rested atop his elegantly crossed knees. Hayato's outward appearance exuded charm and elegance but his demeanour was all coiled animal energy, you could practically see attempting to leave his skin.Diima reclined in the large wooden arm chair in the large cabin that belonged to him and his mates. He scrubbed at his short beard as he contemplated all the four wolves in front of him. His eyes narrowing dangerously as they lingered on Hayato. Diima's twin mates came to his side, slender and pale. Their hands came to land on
Diima arrived at Summerfell after a journey that seemed to go on forever. In the course of this journey, he pondered on the choices he had to make.Granted he had heard about the "hybrid" and all his exploits. Some even revered him like some god. His stories were told to frighten little kids. This was why it was difficult to see reasons why he would want to enforce the recreation of a supernatural being stronger than him.It begged for the question "Was he really as selfish as people say?"Diima was very certain there was more to the story, and this was why he chose to personally come to the small town. He wind down his glass a bit so he could take in the town. It felt like forever ago since he last visited. He thought about how impossible it was to believe that he once lived and owned a house in this town.Judging by the beautiful green grasses and neat environment, the town had not gone through much change. However, the air smelt different. They were definitely supernaturals crawli
Drake.I knew it was time for the hunters to go for their first hunt. That Sasha girl had really impressed me despite my first impression of her being a brat. Nate could be really good if he could just put all that arrogance into actual work. Matt, A driven young man. Ever since he learnt his dad might have been abducted by vampires, that flame in him became a wild fire. I see myself in him, and with just a little more work he could just be the best hunter i ever trained. Maybe even better than me. Then there was her Royal highness, "Nina". Ah! That girl could talk her way out of hell. She had moves but wasn't as good as Sasha yet. "Yet" because she was refusing to come out of her shell. She built this I'm a bad bitch attitude around her to distract people from the inner her. There was something about that girl I hadn't quite figured out yet. Well I had nothing but time and quite frankly, right now I was more concerned with something more like someone else.Jeremy Anderson.I wonder