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Betrayed: Chapter nine

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Under the Double Star - Chapter One

      There was a soft thudding in the distance. Everything was dark I wondered where I was for a minute. Then I realized my eyes were closed. I slowly opened them so I could prepare myself because when I had fallen asleep the light was still on. I meant to turn it off but Bell had fallen asleep on top of me and I was scared that if I moved she would have woken up. So I decided leaving the light on was a better idea.

       I finally opened my eyes and realized that there was no blinding light. The light had been turned off. I felt around the bed for Bell but she wasn't there. My first instinct was to panic, but I took a breath and rationalized with myself. She probably woke up, remembered how I hated trying to sleep with the light on and turned it off.

       She's sweet like that. Always doing things that seem silly to most but because they make me happy she does them. That girl, god do I love her, she's truly amazing.
I got out of bed, turned on the light, and began getting dressed. I tried to think of a time that I had done something to make her happy. I paused as I realized there wasn't one time I had really done some thing for her since I changed her. Not once did I think of her happiness. "Geez I'm a horrible girlfriend!"

       Then A thought came to mind, A street fair! A few months ago she begged me to take her to one that was in town. I told her no because I had to study. The truth was I had a date with Sam. That was before everything happened. When she was happy; when she thought I was the best thing to have ever happened to her. Oh how things change so quickly; how simple little things can get so out of hand, and how some ones opinion of you can alter so quickly.

       I regret that night, with every ounce of my being. That look on her face, and the sound in her voice that still lingers even when she talks to me now, that's why I regret and pleasure that may have come from my secret affair. Sam made me feel human again, like the fangs didn't matter, but the events that unfolded that night killed me.

       It made me realize what I truly was. I am a vampire, a creature of the night. I am what people fear. I leave the people that have cared about me my whole life, and most of all I hurt people. I hurt the innocent, and I hurt the ones I love. I am truly dead, in life and soul. The worst part is I took the one person I have ever loved, the one person who has always been there for me no mater what, and I have turned her into a monster like me. I have killed her and now to mend it I plan to take her to a street fair.
        The sad thing though is that she'll forgive me that easily. I ruined her life and a simple trip to an amusement park just fixes all of hat in her eyes. I looked down and realized I was sitting on the edge of my bed, half dressed and clutching a shirt to my chest. I stood up and pulled the shirt over my head. "That's it! I don't care if I have to go to China, I am taking her to a street fair!"

       I walked out into the rest of the house to find Bell and tell her the plan. I searched all the rooms, but she was nowhere to be found. She was probably in the park, and would love it if I joined her. When I went to put my shoes on there was a note.

       "I love you dear. I'll see you later tonight Keith is taking me to the street fair in town. I'll be back later tonight. I'm not sure when thought so don't wait up."

       Keith, damn him.

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