Alexander came downstairs in the basement. Ron was sitting on the edge of his bed, looking at the floor. He looked up as he sensed someone's presence. "Ron?". Alexander grinned. "Alex!". He tried to stand up but sat down immediately, groaning. Alexander ran at him."Are you okay?". He stroked his back, facial expressions turning serious."I'm.. fine". Ron nodded, forcing a smile. "I'm so glad to see you". He hugged him tightly. "I don't think so..". Alexander cocked an eyebrow and backed away. "What do you mean?". Ron asked, becoming worried. "If you WERE glad, you would have came outside to welcome me, don't you think?". Alexander said."I did wanted to, I even changed into this legendary dress for you but Master Stephen told me to stay inside because there will be a huge crowd outside and it wasn't safe for me.. I appreciate their concern". Ron told. Alexander kept quiet for a while."I heard what happened". He sighed. "Pa is so worried for you". "There's nothing to worry ab
Dan and Harvey roamed in the living room. They stopped dead in their tracks when they heard a scream from inside the room where Alora and Allen were. They paid attention to the scream. It turned into groans and then into moans of pleasure which then slowly faded away in the air. "Oh God! No". Harvey shook his head. "She transformed him". "What's the big deal? That happens all the time, love". Dan replied. "We didn't came here to transform the people.. We came here to do something more important. No one from amongst us can teach him to be a Vampire". Harvey said. "Well, I can!". Dan responded."You? You came here... To protect the princess, right?". Harvey was quite serious. "I did.. but Luciel can do that now!". Dan chuckled."Ugh! Enough with him!". Harvey grunted and turned around. "Hey! I've noticed that you don't like Luciel much.. Is there a reason?". Dan asked in a low voice. "No! I just don't want to see Alora in pain. She's my Sire's dream and we are connected because
Alora got ready and left for work. In the subway, her phone started ringing. She picked up."Hey, Mark!". She greeted."Hello Love.. how do you do?". The man from the other side said. "I'm not doing great, Mark! You didn't called me the whole day!". Alora replied."I'm so sorry, I was so busy with some cases. But I'm free today, should we hang out?". Mark asked."Sure, I'll text you in the evening". "Alrighty, love". Mark said. "Bye". "Bye Bye". Mark hung the call up.She looked at the screen and sighed."Hello, Miss". A guy, who was standing near her seat said. "Yes?". She looked up at him.He was quite good-looking and his eyes were glued on her lips. "You dropped this". He handed over a card to her. "Oops! That must have slipped out of my bag, thank you..". Alora smiled. "I'm Nate, by the way". He said."Nate". She nodded. "I'm Alora". "I already read your name on your Id card". He chuckled. The subway train stopped at a station and a few people stepped out. As soon as th
Clayton sat in a coffee shop, waiting patiently for Alora. She entered and smiled walking towards him. "Hey". Clayton adjusted his clothes with a nervous smile as she sat in front of him. "Hello". Clayton gestured the barista and placed an order as he came to them. "So, what's going on these days, Alora?". He asked."Nothing special. I got a job". "A job?". He raised his eyebrows. "Why didn't you came to get a job at my company? I had vacancies". "You weren't in contact with me, did you forgot?". Alora asked.Clayton looked embarrassed. He nodded. "I'm sorry". Alora took his hand and squeezed it. "It's okay, Clay"."How's_ umm, Harvey?". He crossed his arms on the table. "He's fine now.. his bones were fractured but now he's alright". Alora replied."Alora, I_ I'm really sorry". He took her hand in his. "I am feeling so bad for ignoring you". "I've already forgiven you". Alora reassured him."Umm, so... My place tonight?". He said with a wicked smile. Even a blind guy could t
Alora arrived home late at night. She opened the front door quietly, trying not to wake Luciel up. The lights were off and it was as quiet as graveyard. "The roommate fell asleep". She giggled and locked the door. Entering into the living room, she jumped in horror as she suddenly saw the TV turned on and a man sitting on the couch. "You're back". His manly voice echoed in the small room. "Luciel! You scared me". Alora said. "Uhuh, I did.. don't worry, I don't eat humans". He replied curtly, eyes fixated on the soccer game on TV. "Are you okay? Is something off?". Alora asked noticing his cold behavior. "No, why would you ask that?". Luciel shook his head. "I am having a good time.. I love watching soccer". He chewed his inner cheek. Alora turned on the lights and placed her phone on the table. "You're rude.. not the Luciel I was talking to before leaving". "I'm not rude.. I'm always the same". Luciel shrugged. "Anyways, goodnight". Alora said and walked towards her room.
Alora exited the elevator and ran at Dan who was waiting patiently for her. "Dan!". She threw her hands in the air. Dan looked up at her and grinned ears to ears. He knew she got the job. "Oh My God, Alora!". He was surprised to see her so happy. Alora hugged him tightly and he did the same. "I knew you'll get the job this time". He said. Alora pulled away and held his hands. "I'm so happy, Dan""I saw that! Everyone's shooting daggers at our direction". Dan looked at the employees in the lobby. "Forget about them. Do you know why I got this job?". Alora asked."I have no idea! Maybe you showed the CEO your fangs and threatened him!". Dan chuc"No I didn't!". Alora replied. "Everyone else didn't hired me cause I was distracting, this one HIRED me for being distractive". "How come?". Dan was confused. "Do you remember the chief guest on Harvey's award ceremony? That young, hot CEO of some other company?". "Oh yeah! He was interested in you. You didn't even called him, Alora!".
Alora sat at a corner in the hair salon, away from the mirrors. A colorist came at her and removed the foils from her hair. She frowned as she saw her hair. "Ugh!". She stomped her foot on the ground. "What is it?". Alora eyed her worriedly."I've tried to dye your hair two times but they won't let the color stick to them!". She replied.Alora zipped her mouth, looking down. "Do you have a reason why this happened?". The colorist raised her eyebrow. She seemed to grow suspicious. Alora took the advantage and stood up angrily. "You bitch! You don't know how to dye hair.. what are you paid for, huh?". She had now moved everyone's attention in the salon. "I stayed here all day, my friends are waiting outside and you tell me that you failed in painting my hair! How stupid! I am going to talk to your head, tell her to kick you out.. you freaking bitch". She pushed her away."Is there a problem?". A woman stepped forwards. She also worked there."I am not going to pay you.. I wasted all
A few weeks of searching for a job ended up in a failure. Alora wasn't able to satisfy the interviewers. Not because she wasn't prepared.. because she was distracting. She was so worried because they weren't making any progress. Jade had told them to keep on searching for the chosen one because everytime Alora interacted with a guy, it brought them more closer to the identity and name of the Chosen One. Clayton was angry at her that why she left without telling. She tried to convince him but he won't take the excuses. That night, they sat in the pub, thinking about what to do next. "I am fed up of this bullshit". Alora sighed annoyingly as she leaned back on her seat. "This makes no sense!". Harvey said. "Where is he hidden?". "Let's see how many guys we have on the list so far.. Neil, Allen, Peter, Clayton, Mike, Evan, Mark, Daniel.. Eight". Dan said, reading the names from Alora's list. "finding about the first three was a piece of cake but the next five aren't allowing! Alor