Crianna JaneChapter OneCrianna Jane by KatherinNight
The blood of the small animal in my hand seeped through my teeth, quenching my unnatural thirst. I shivered in disgust at the pleasure drinking blood gave me. I hate what I have become. This curse, this disease runs in my family. I changed when I turned 16, and that was two months ago. Alex and Zin still don't know, and they've been my best friends for years, but the thought of them finding out made my throat close. I sat back against a tree, keeping my eyes shut so I wouldn't see the small body of the life I took.
I pull a small mirror out of my pocket and examine my face. My green eyes, framed with thick, dark eyelashes, are tinted silver, giving them an unnatural sheen. My full lips are smeared with blood and I quickly wipe it off. I bare my fangs in frustration.
"Why?!" I growl, "Why did I have to be born in the Jane family!?"
I glare at the fangs in the mirror, then shove it in my pocket with disgust and swiftly stand. I pull my firey red hair into a sloppy ponytail an
Feathers for Falkner- FINALE (chapter 77)Feathers for Falkner- FINALE (chapter 77) by w0lf--61
The beach is my only piece of mind…
So with the waves lapping at my feet I relinquish myself, believing, truly feeling and believing for the first time in a very long time that this was the girl I was meant to be. The salty air I breathed made me feel alive, and that was something I had been lacking for far too long. The waved were chilly but not unbearable, and the nighttime city flickering with electrical problems behind me was a sight to see within itself. Sunnyshore was not always so sunny it seemed, not with its stubborn and ignorant gym leader blowing fuses and making things power out more than often. I didn’t mind however, since the blackness of the night made it possible to see the ships coming in the distance—things that the lighthouse once brought Cianwood’s small town.
I let it all go however. I was thousands of miles away from Falkner and Morty and the other gym leaders. I was free, I was untouchable, and I was whole. Jus