"When it comes to authors,we may hide ourselves from others but within our pages, our true souls emerge." - Nicole Hill
"I want a Vampite of my very own. Until I find him, I'll just keep writing him into existence." -Nicole Hill
" I write like people talk. It may not be perfect but it's damn entertaining." - Nicole Hill

Monday, April 23, 2012

“Make no mistake Ailis, You will submit to me." Snippet from Legacy Forgotten By Nicole Hill

Suddenly Monolo was standing over her bed stroking her hair from her face. She tried to fight him off. He held her steady. “Awe.” He said like he was talking to a child. “You didn't know. That's OK baby. We will make him pay for what he's done to you.” She drew her energy and pushed as hard as she could. He flew against the wall. She was able to jump out of bed and run. She made it down stairs and there he was standing right in front of her. He chuckled. “You are much stronger than your grandmother was, still not strong enough. But you will be. I am going to enjoy making you submit to me.” He said chuckling. “Make no mistake Ailis, You will submit to me. As soon as you have gone through the change you will be every bit as strong as I am. And by that time you will know where your loyalties lie.” Ailis started backing away. She had to get away.
Suddenly Monolo stopped and looked angry, and with the speed of light he was in front of her with his hand on her stomach. It was a natural reaction. She put her hand over his.
 “What are you doing?” She asked, her voice shaking from fright. 
That stupid idiot he roared. You are with child!” 
Ailis was confused. “Wh..What?” Ailis thought she was hearing wrong. “There is no way she stated Vampires can't father children.” She said shaking her head. 
No matter Monolo said looking a little happier. If the baby survives the change then we will have a little one to raise as our own.” 
Ailis had tears running down her face. "Just kill me. "  she said angrily. 
Oh no” Monolo stated “I would have you as my own. Don't worry about Alejandro. You won't ever have to see him again.” With that he leapt on her. Turned her head to the side and bit down. He took some of her blood and then sealed the wounds. He then cut his wrists and placed it over her mouth. She didn't even try to stop him. " It doesn't matter. " she thought. "As soon as he isn't paying attention I will walk into the sun! "  Just then the pains started. Coming from her stomach and moving out. She had never felt anything like it before. Still, she did not reach out to Kenneth. Why would she? He got what he wanted. He played her for the fool and then left. " God if the pain doesn't stop soon I am really is going do die from it! " she thought helplessly. It seemed like hours that she was fighting. She just knew that she wasn’t going to last much longer. She couldn't help herself when the next one hit it was to strong. She screamed at the top of her lungs. She could hear Monolo laughing. Then she heard Kenneth's voice. It sounded like they were fighting but she couldn't concentrate because the pains were too bad. She heard his voice in her head telling her that if she calms down it makes it more bearable. She tried her best to just let the pain come instead of fighting it. It was coming slower and less powerful now and she was more aware of her surroundings. Kenneth and Monolo were in the middle of a war and they were tearing her house apart. Slowly the pains subsided and she was able get up again. When she came to her feet she saw Monolo standing over Kenneth. 
She is mine.” He spat down at him. That was it! Ailis had had enough! Her blood was boiling and she was shaking all over. She knew that even if she wanted to she couldn't stop it this time. She was about to tear the house down. She drew every ounce of energy she had.
 “I belong to no one!” she shouted and threw every shred of power she had within her at the both of them. It surprised her how much stronger she felt. There was a blue light brighter than any she had ever seen that flashed across the room. As she turned to run,  there was an explosion so large, it shook the entire house.