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Only one will survive

The Cullen's are gone. Cadyna is alone again but imprisoned. The fate of the vampire, human and werewolf world rests on her shoulders. Only one will survive, they will be the unlucky one. The fourth story in the cross-breed series. Sequel to Cross-Breed, Hunting For Love and Alone (in the order)

I know, i'm so evil. I left everyone on a total cliffie at the end of the last story. But, i think i'm entitled considering that only two people reviewed. they reviewed more then once but still, two people! That really is pathetic! I need more reviews to fuel my creativity. If i don't on this story i will stop on a cliffie and not update any more.

5. Pinot Cadyna

Rating 5/5   Word Count 641   Review this Chapter

“What? You can’t be serious! Drinking my blood?!” I screamed.

“I’m deadly serious”

“But I’ll die”

“No you won’t. I’m not going to drain you; I’m just going to drink from you. And the venom doesn’t do anything to you except give you a hangover. You’ll be fine. I expect you’ll get used to it” the truth dawned on me.

“You’re going to do this more then once?”

“Yes. From now on, you are going to be my new source of liquid refreshment. Caius won’t ever need to find out” I backed away from him shaking my head. He walked towards me. I hit a wall and scrabbled around for the door.

“C’mon Cadyna, relax. You know you don’t really have a choice so you might as well relax and enjoy it,” he said, smiling evilly. Then he moved. Normally I would have been able to stop him and out run him but I was weakened by my lack of blood. He grabbed me a threw me against the other wall. I slumped on the floor, broken. I could feel my bones repairing as he loomed over me. He knelt beside me and pushed my head to one side. He placed his lips against my skin so I could feel the tips of his teeth. He was dragging it out, enjoying my torment. He reminded me of John a bit, except I was defenceless against this vampire. Then he sank his razor sharp, venom coated teeth into my neck. I screamed in pain. The venom hurt, but not as much as having my blood sucked from my veins. It was agony. I writhed in an attempt to get away from my attacker. I lashed out, trying to hit him, trying to do anything that would stop the endless pain. The lights in the room started to dim. I knew what was happening. I was dieing. I welcomed it. Death was peaceful, easy. The darkness covered me and all I could feel was the gradual feeling of my life being sucked away. All I wanted was to escape the pain.

I opened my eyes. It was so bright, it hurt. Was this heaven? No, I was in pain and pain shouldn’t exist in heaven. Anyway, I didn’t believe in heaven. I looked around and saw a dark figure in front of me.

“Finally, I was beginning to think you’d never wake up!”

“You nearly killed me!” I yelled wincing as the volume hurt my ears. I hated venom. More then anything. Except perhaps Demetri or mud. Yes, I hated Demetri, then Venom, then mud. I didn’t particularly like Caius but he I didn’t hate him on the same intense scale I hated Demetri and mud. Okay, maybe mud is beneath Caius.
“Off you go then. It’s four am and you need to sleep. I don’t think that really counts” his eyes were a murderous red. But he hadn’t murdered me. Yet I wish he had, to save the torture happening again.

“I must say, you really have the most delicious blood I’ve ever tasted. It’s sweet. It makes me want more. I had difficulty stopping”

“So why did you? Why didn’t you just kill me?” he smiled.

“If I did that, I wouldn’t be able to do it again” Monster.

“Oh and Cadyna? Keep it a secret. I don’t want anything happening to my blood supply” I went back to my room and before going to sleep, I examined myself in the mirror. I was paler then before and my skin felt a few degrees colder. I had circles under my eyes and they were darker. I also had a nasty crescent shaped scar on my neck. I covered it up with powder I had snaffled from somewhere. Then I collapsed on my bed. Nearly dieing had wiped me out. I ached all over and I wanted to sleep. I didn’t care what tomorrow brought.