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This is Bane through Ryans eyes "Sure you weren’t just looking for trouble?" Bane raised a golden brow. "Maybe." He said quietly. Now that time Seth was sure he saw a smile."Or I might have just been looking for you..." He said even more quietly but he knew Bane could hear. "Then you were looking for trouble."Seth/Bane SLASH Boy love boyxboy m/m not sure how much more clear I can make it

Its a story of love and immense loss.

2. Chapter 2

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Seth limped heavily in front of the blonde haired sadist. The world around him was begging to spin the pain in his side was almost too much for him to handle.

“It’s not much farther.” The vampire prompted. Seth looked back at him to say he couldn’t make it. The vampire sighed threading his hands angrily through his dirty golden hair. “Phase, I’ll carry you the rest of the way.” Seth looked at him disbelieving.

“Don’t protest just bloody fucking do it.” He growled. Seth glared at him. “What?!”

Seth limped into the wood quickly phasing back. The pain was even more intense. He hissed between clenched teeth while sliding shorts up his hips. He rested his back up against the moss covered tree. He let out little tense breaths. He threaded one hand through his shaggy black hair. The blonde vampire pushed himself through the trees his eyes tense.

“If you ran off I’ll-.” He was cut short as he noticed the exhausted werewolf. Seth lifted hooded human eyes to meet the onyx ones of his enemy. He knew he was the most vulnerable in this state but for some reason he held no fear. The vampire walked closer his steps short and exact.

“Sleep now, I’ll wake you when we get there.” He said softly his eye’s guarded. Seth gasped out another pained breath clawing at his side with his short dirty nails.

“Sleep.” Seth let his head lay back and he closed his eyes, gritting his teeth. He didn’t want to sleep. The walk had been long and his side was killing him, but before s he finally passed out, he felt coldness over take him.


Seth was dreaming, dreaming of his pack. All of their worried voices whizzed around in his pounding head. He could feel warmth surround him. He heard nothing but the slight crackle of wet wood in a roaring fire. His head hurt badly but he slowly began to recall what had happened. His body flew upward into a sitting position, his eyes frantically shot back and forth across the room. Once he saw that he was in no eminent danger he took in his surroundings. He was sitting in a large wooden bed covered in knitted blankets, beside him was an old fashioned brick fire place and sitting in the corner were two very old very dusty sitting chairs. He breathed in slowly and could distinctly detect in the scent of leech.

He ran a hand down chest to his torso. His entire torso was tightly wrapped with a towel. He recalled the bone snapping kick issued to that particular part of his body. He listened carefully for anything suspicious. He then heard light steps upon creaking boards. He laid back down under the covers yanking them up to his neck, and feigned sleep. The steps went closer and he felt weight push down on the bed.

“I know you’re awake.” The silky voice said. Seth refused to open his eyes. “I can hear your heart beat. You’re awake and nervous.” Seth held back his retort and lifted his lids. Red eyes looked at him from the end of the bed.

“You’ve fed!” Seth gasped, leaning back.

“Observant.” Red eyes were rolled.

“Th-they made the deal?” Seth’s voice shook.

“No, that’s still going through, but I treated myself to a lost camper.” His teeth glinted in the firelight.

“A kid?” Seth gagged.

“Fresh blood, unused, still pure, I don’t see the problem with that.” He shrugged, his wet blonde hair stick to his forehead.

“But, it’s a child, some one’s baby!” Seth growled out from between clenched teeth. “Weren’t you once a kid too?”

“Along time ago… but I don’t remember now.” His gaze became clouded and he turned back to watching the fire.

“But, they haven’t even had a chance to live… That’s not fair.” Seth’s voice broke.

“Incase no one has had the decency to tell you, life isn’t fair!” The boy snarled his teeth coming together with a thwack.

“My dad died.” Seth whispered.

“What?” The boys head turned toward him.

“I-I said my dad died.”

“And what’s that supposed to mean?” The vampire said softly, becoming less threatening looking.

“I loved my dad, but he loved cigarettes, he had a heart attack a couple years back. I know life’s not fair.” Seth’s head dropped. The boy’s head came up and he looked over at him.

“I’m sorry for your loss.” He said his voice strangely gentle.

“You just killed a kid, why should you care.” Seth muttered bringing his eyes up to his.

“I kill to feed, nothing more nothing less. That’s all humans are too me, a simple food source. It’s the same as when you eat a hamburger, or a nice juicy steak.” Seth found that he had no reply for that.

“But they were once your kind…” Seth whispered his eyes wide.

“And now their not, time goes on, you forget.” The vampire shrugged.

“What’s your name, I think I heard it, but I think I’ve forgotten.”

“Do you think or do you know?” He raised one blonde brow.

“I know.” Seth chuckled.


“Bane.” He repeated quietly.

“And you?” Bane asked.


“Seth.” Bane repeated, Seth’s eyelids fluttered, his name on Bane’s lips made a shiver run up his spine. The shiver was almost as severe as the one right before he phased.

“Do you have a last name?” Seth asked.

“I probably did, I don’t remember it now.” Bane’s eyes went down to stare at his porcelain hands.



“Clearwater, Seth Clearwater.” Seth couldn’t help the little smile that made its way to his lips. Bane returned the smile in a much less dramatic way.

“This is strange.” Bane muttered throwing another stick into the fire.

“What? That I’m your captive and we’re having a semi pleasant conversation?”

“Yes that.” Bane chuckled and it shook Seth to the core.

“You might want to be careful, or someone might think you had a heart.” Seth grinned.

“No one will ever think that. And don’t you begin to think it. If it comes down to it, I won’t hesitate in killing you.” Bane warned. “You are nothing but another means for me to achieve my goal.” For some reason that hurt Seth more then it should have.

“Bane!” The black haired girl called.

“Via, I’ll be down in a moment.” He replied.

“No time, the pack and the other coven are right behind us. The coven is made human lovers.” She spat coming up the stairs.

“Did you aware them of our deal?” Bane launched himself from the bed.

“They didn’t take it well.” She muttered.

“How many are there?” Bane growled.

“The pack is made of numbers I have never seen. The coven is modest.” Seth could practically see the wheels turning in Bane’s head.

“Tell Sebastian to head them off and tell them that if they give us the night, we’ll leave in peace by the fallowing morning.” Bane sighed, He breathed in before reaching a fist out and slamming it into the brick of the fire place. It shattered on impact.

“What of the boy?” Via turned her black glare on him.

“Are you well enough to travel?” Bane turned his head around looked him up and down. Seth nodded unable to speak. “Tell Sebastian he will have a traveling partner.”

“Are you sure that’s wise?” She asked looking at Seth’s immense size.

“Are you questioning me?” Bane spat.

“No, I was just wondering if perhaps Sebastian could be hurt.” He looked up and down Seth’s immense size.

“He’s large but subsequently harmless.” Seth sniffed at that.

“Maybe in my human form,” he muttered under his breath.

“Get dressed, you leave as soon as you are.” With that Bane left with Via in his tow. Seth sighed and began to dig through the draws looking for something he could put on. Once he finally did he realized that he was going to be safe at home with his pack within minutes. For some reason the thought didn’t appeal to him as much as one would think.